Lxxvi.; Henneguy, Leons sur lacellule, morphologic et reproduction (Paris, 1896); 0.
Lxxvi., 1904); K.
Lxxvi., 1904); R.
Augusta, Vita Sevens; Dio lxxvi.; F.
Lxxvi., 1850, p. 379) after drying found, in spring and autumn respectively, 10.9 and 3.38% of ash in the wood, 8.68 and 6.57 in the bark, and 7.68 and 7.52 in the leaves of the horsechestnut.
Thus lxxvi.-lxxvii., which are concerned with the winds, the quarters of the heaven, and certain geographical matters, and lxxxi., which is concerned wholly with ethical matters, are foreign to a work which professes in its title (lxxii.
- lxxvi., lxxxiii.