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Note 8, page 281, line 13. The horsetails are pluck'd from the ground, and the sword. The horsetail, fixed upon a lance, a Pasha's standard.
Note 9, page 285, line 14.
And since the day, when in the strait. In the naval battle at the mouth of the Dardanelles, between the Venetians and the Turks.
Note 10, page 294, line 13.
The jackals troop, in gather'd cry. I believe I have taken a poetical licence to transplant the jackal from Asia.
In Greece I never saw nor heard these animals; but among the ruins of Ephesus I have heard them by hundreds. They haunt ruins, and follow armjes.