Coralline, or Sea-moss, a branched cretaceous substance, of a white colour. It is the habitation and production of polypi, found on rocks, and sometimes on the shells of fishes. It is celebrated as a vermifuge, and, according to Geoffroy, may be given in powder, from 10 grains to a scruple, or half a dram per day, with considerably good effect. But we doubt whether it possesses any medicinal virtues, as it is per-fectly insipid to the taste, and operates merely as an absorbent earth.