It was begun in 1580, but in consequence of his death almost immediately afterwards it was completed by his son, Scilla.
Scilla Kendrew's getting scared on her, and Hartas'll spread it.
I heard him the whiles Scilla wer talking to me about t' physic—swearing awful, he wer!'
Scilla bifolia, Gagea arvensis, and Viola odorata may be added to the list of synanthic plants.
Expectoration is probably promoted by the Scilla maritima, which, in a few cases, seemed also to alleviate the cough and dyspnœa.
It very much resembles the English hyacinth—H. nutans, or Scilla non-scripta—better known as the wood hyacinth.
Scilla's little kitchen was empty of life, but for a kitten curled up on the langsettle, fast asleep.
Scilla autumnalis likes a light soil, and a warm, dry place on the rockery.
Lyell tells the following story of the Prince of Scilla, who with many of his vassals sought safety in their fishing boats.
The flagged floor was bordered with a design in pipeclay, which Scilla renewed once a week.