Linnaeus, the illustrious author of the prevailing system of botany, informs us, in his account of esculent plants, that the creeping roots of the all-heal are sought after with avidity by hogs; and that, from their farinaceous nature, they would well repay the trouble of collecting and converting them into flour, for the purpose of making bread. In the present distressing condition of the industrious poor, we feel it our duty to take particular notice of all such substitutes as would, if properly and timely resorted to, in a great measure tend to avert or relieve a national calamity.—See Bread.