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The Discovery of the Large, Rich, and Beautiful Empire of Guiana: With a ... - Page 69
by Sir Walter Raleigh - 1848 - 240 pages
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh: Kt. Political, Commercial, and ..., Volume 2

Sir Walter Raleigh - Political science - 1751
...Bowefs breaking out of their Bellies, and are prefently difcoloured, as black as Pitch, and fo unfavory, as no Man can endure to cure, or to attend them : And it is more ftrange to know, that in all this Time there was never Spaniard, either by Gift or Torment that could...
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The works of sir Walter Ralegh. To which are prefixed the lives of the ...

Walter Ralegh (sir.), William Oldys - 1829
...bowels breaking out of their bellies, and are presently discoloured as black as pitch, and so unsavoury, as no man can endure to cure or to attend them : and...more strange to know, that in all this time there was never Spaniard, either by gift or torment, that could attain to the true knowledge of the cure, although...
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Association Medical Journal

Medicine - 1855
...breaking out of their bellies, which are presently discoloured as blacke as pitch, and so unsavoury as no man can endure to cure, or to attend them. And...more strange to know that in all this time there was never Spaniard, either by gift or torment, that could attaine to the true knowledge of the cure, although...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 22

1868
...and are presently discoloured as blacke as pitch, and so unsavoury as no man can endure to cure or attend them, and it is more strange to know that in all this time there was never Spaniard, either by gift or torment that could attaine to the true knowledge of the cure, although...
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The Discovery of Guiana, and the Journal of the Second Voyage Thereto

Sir Walter Raleigh - America - 1886 - 192 pages
...breaking out of their bellies, and are presently discoloured, as black as pitch, and so unsavoury, us no man can endure to cure or to attend them. And it...more strange to know, that in all this time there was never Spaniard, either by gift or torment, that could attain to the true knowledge of the euro, although...
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The Voyages of the English Nation to America, Volumes 3-4

Richard Hakluyt - America - 1890
...breaking out of their bellies : which are presently discoloured as blacke as pitch, and so vnsauory, as no man can endure to cure, or to attend them. And...neuer Spaniard either by gift or torment that could atteine to the true knowledge of the cure, although they haue martyred and put to inuented torture...
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Voyages of the Elizabethan Seamen to America: Select Narratives from the ...

Richard Hakluyt - America - 1900
...breaking out of their bellies ; which are presently discoloured as black as pitch, and so unsavory as no man can endure to cure or to attend them. And...more strange to know that in all this time there was never Spaniard, either by gift or torment, that could attain to the true knowledge of the cure, although...
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Voyages and Travels: Ancient and Modern

Herodotus, Cornelius Tacitus, Philip Nichols, Francis Pretty, Walter Biggs, Edward Haies, Sir Walter Raleigh, George Campbell Macaulay - Voyages and travels - 1910 - 394 pages
...bowels breaking out of their bellies; which are presently discoloured as black as pitch, and so unsavory as no man can endure to cure or to attend them. And...more strange to know that in all this time there was never Spaniard, either by gift or torment, that could attain to the true knowledge of the cure, although...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 22

1868
...and are presently discoloured as blackc as pitch, and so unsavoury as no man can endure to cure or attend them, and it is more strange to know that in all this time there was never Spaniard, either by gift or torment that could attaine to the true knowledge of the cure, although...
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Sir Walter Ralegh's Discoverie of Guiana

Sir Walter Raleigh - History - 2006 - 360 pages
...in the world, and abideth a most vglie and lamentable death, somtimes dying starke mad, som15 times their bowels breaking out of their bellies, and are...this time there was neuer Spaniard, either by gift or tor20 ment that could attaine to the true knowledge of the cure, although they haue martyred and put...
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