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" Diftemper not unknown to Seamen, by whom it is commonly call'd the Scurvy. So many of them died, that there were not enough left to bury them, the... "
An account of a most dangerous voyage peformed by the famous Captain John ... - Page 562
by Jens Munk - 1650 - 2 pages
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Aunt Anne's History of England on Christian principles

Anne (Aunt.) - Christian life - 1849 - 408 pages
...the king of Bohemia, against Spain and Austria : but a pestilence broke out among the soldiers, and so many of them died, that there were not enough left to fulfil the purposes of the expedition, and James was so grieved at the calamity, that he was seized...
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