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“The national emblem of Ireland, is a plant with a leaf formed from three leaflets. It is thought to be the wood-sorrel, a native of Ireland, by some, and by others the name is given to the bird’s-foot trefoil.” — Beach, 1900


The Student's Cyclopedia Volume II C.B Beach, M.A. (C.B. Beach & Company, New York and Chicago)II:1184


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