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" The stench which arises from this and the mud together is intolerably offensive, and from this source the plague, constantly springing up every year, preys upon the inhabitants, and is stopped only by the return of the Nile, the overflowing of which washes... "
A Treatise on Fever - Page 213
by Southwood Smith - 1831 - 412 pages
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 10

1838
...is gradually dried up, and the people throw into it all manner of filth, carrion, offal, andsoon ; that the stench which arises from this, and the mud...filth ; that in Ethiopia the swarms of locusts are BO prodigious that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring the fruits of the earth, and when they...
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The penny cyclopędia [ed. by G. Long].

Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - 1838
...andsoou ; thai the stench which arises from this, and the mud together, is intolerably offensire ; and that from this source the plague constantly springing...washes away this load of filth ; that in Ethiopia tho swarms of locusts are so prodigious that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring the fruits...
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Annual Report of the Poor Law Commissioners for England and Wales, Volume 4

Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners - Poor - 1838
...offal, and so on. The stench which arises from this and the mud together is intolerably offensive; and from this source the plague, constantly springing...overflowing of which washes away this load of filth. In Ethiopia the swarms of locusts are so prodigious that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring...
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 10

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1838
...that from this source the рЬ^и. constantly springing up every year, preys upon the irib-. bitants, and is stopped only by the return of the Nile, the...overflowing of which, washes away this load of filth ; th.v ,n Ethiopia the swarms of locusts are so prodigious that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring...
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Gatherings from Grave Yards: Particularly Those of London: with a Concise ...

George Alfred Walker - Burial - 1839 - 258 pages
...offal, and so on. The stench which arises from this and the mud together is intolerably offensive, and from this source the plague, constantly springing...overflowing of which washes away this load of filth. In Ethiopia, the swarms of locusts are so prodigious, that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring...
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Medical Times, Volume 15

1847
...every year, preys upon the inhabitants, and i stopped only by the return of the Nile, the over flowing of which washes away this load of filth That in Ethiopia the swarms of locusts are so pro digious that they sometimes cause a famine by de vouring the fruits of the earth, and when they...
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Sanitary economy: its principles and practice ; and its moral influence on ...

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Hygiene - 1850 - 320 pages
...carrion, and offal ; the stench which arises from this and the mud together is intolerably offensive, and from this source the plague, constantly springing...overflowing of which washes away this load of filth. In Ethiopia the swarms of locusts are so prodigious, that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring...
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The Practice of Medicine

Thomas Hawkes Tanner - Medicine - 1866 - 835 pages
...carrion, and offtil ; the stench which arises from this and the mud together is intolerably offensive, and from this source the plague, constantly springing...the overflowing of which washes away this load of fifth. In Ethiopia the swarms of locusts are so prodigious that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring...
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The Practice of Medicine, Volume 1

Thomas Hawkes Tanner - Medicine - 1869
...carrion, and offal ; the stench which arises from this and the mud together is intolerably offensive, and from this source the plague, constantly springing...overflowing of which washes away this load of filth. In Ethiopia the swarms of locusts are so prodigious that they sometimes cause a famine by devouring...
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