And in the vine [were] three branches
Which shot out from the root or body of it: and it [was as] though it budded;
the branches seemed to sprout out: [and] her blossoms shot forth;
it knotted, and the flowers of the vine appeared, which blowing off, the tender grapes were seen: and the clusters thereof brought forth ripe grapes;
all which is agreeably to the order nature observes, from the first putting forth of the vine, to its producing ripe fruit; and which in this dream immediately followed one another, as it seemed according to the representation of things to the, mind of the butler, and which he perfectly remembered, it having made a strong impression upon him.