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Page 19 - When they thought his appetite had returned, an old woman presented him, in a bowl made of light-colored horn, a kind of syrup, pleasant to the taste, made from a species of berry, common in this country, about the size of a cherry, called by the Indians shelwel ;" of these berries a bread is also prepared, which, being boiled with roots, forms a soup, which was served in neat wooden trenchers ; this, with some cockles,
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