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" ... no one was attacked with any disease till the festival of the nativity of our Lord. That the day might be more joyfully celebrated, the wine flowed freely, and some, who drank immoderately, about thirty in number, were seized with a fever the next... "
Who Were the Early Settlers of Maryland: A Paper Read Before the "Maryland ... - Page 5
by Ethan Allen, Maryland Historical Society - 1866 - 18 pages
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 4

Peter Force - United States - 1846
...inconveniences of this kind ; and, if you except sea-sickness, usual to those who are making a voyage, no one was attacked with any disease till the festival of the nativity of our Lord. That the day might be more joyfully celebrated, the wine flowed freely, and some, who drank immoderately,...
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Relation of the colony of the lord baron of Baltimore, in Maryland, near ...

Andrew White - 1847 - 47 pages
...inconveniences of this kind ; and, if you except sea-sickness, usual to those who are making a voyage, no one was attacked with any disease till the festival of the nativity of our Lord. That the day might be more joyfully celebrated, the wine flowed freely, and some, who drank immoderately,...
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The Church Review

Nathaniel Smith Richardson - 1855 - 130 pages
...been a very large proportion. They were now in the West Indies. And " no one," says Father White, " was attacked with any disease, till the festival of the Nativity of our Lord. That the day might be more joyfully celebrated, the wine flowed freely, and some who drank immoderately,...
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MARYLAND TOLERATION

THE REV. ETHAN ALLEN - 1855
...been a very large proportion. They were now in the West Indies. And " no one," says Father White, " was attacked with any disease, till the festival of the Nativity of our Lord. That the day might be more joyfully celebrated, the wine flowed freely, and some who drank immod* 2...
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