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The principles of disease in 1760 began to exhibit themselves in the West-Indies, and the ordinary fever of the climate assum ed new and malignant symptoms, with contagion. On the first of November, a tremendous con vulsion laid Lisbon in ruins, with the destruction of 50,000 lives. On the morning of the 5th of February 1783, a thick vapor or fog was observed over the island of Sicily, indicating the agit ation of the element of fire or electricity; and about 12 o'clock, a violent shock of earthquake laid many houses in ruins. In one town on Long-Island, two children only, under twelve years of age, survived. Shocks also were felt in the Azores and West-Indies. Coughs, defluxions and catarrhs were frequent. Earthquakes were felt in England in 1734 and 1736.

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The New Yorker, A Wyndham Hotel

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These storms indicated the approach of a comet, which appeared in the following year. Inventor spent the last ten years of his life in near-seclusion in Suite 3327, where he died, largely devoting his time to feeding pigeons while occasionally meeting dignitaries. The summer succeeding was one of the healthiest ever known in America. The year 1746 was probably still more unhealthy. Witness New-Haven, East-Haven and Salem in Massachusetts.

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The New Yorker

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The winter following these eruptions and commotions was, in America, the severest that had been known since 1741. In the February follow ing occured a degree of cold, rarely known in England. A padded dash board was optional. Small-pox of a malignant kind prevailed at the close of the year. In America, the 21st of October O.

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Chrysler New Yorker

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It is certain that the disease was thus introdu ced into particular families; but infection was the smallest among the causes of the epidemic. The big news for 1950 was the two-door hardtop, or Special Club coupe as Chrysler called it, in the New Yorker series. Measles and angi nas prevailed, and in autumn the small-pox made great havoc. The summer of 1735, was very wet and cold. The result would become an ongoing trend for increasing engine output throughout the next two decades with Chrysler and its rival competitors.

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The New Yorker

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But what completely refutes all these idle suppositions, is, that we have full evidence, that the plague in Marseilles was generat ed in the city, and gradually arose from milder diseases. The year 1724 in England was mostly wet and cold; the whooping cough prevailed; but the year was generally healthy. In 1745 Lima was shaken by an earthquake. Some of the men died as if they had been poisoned. One year after this influenza in America, the same disease pervaded the eastern hemisphere. Dysenteries, pleurisies and other inflammatory complaints prevailed in the different seasons.

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A brief history of epidemic and pestilential diseases; with the principal phenomena of the physical world, which precede and accompany them, and observations deduced from the facts stated. : In two volumes. / By Noah Webster, author of Dissertations on the English language and several other works

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The following was the state of the mercu ry in January by Farenheit's scale—at Hartford in Connecticut, lat. It is proper to remark how extensively pestilence prevailed af ter the great catarrh and terribly severe winter of 1709. On the 4th of May was a fall of snow. The disease was the effect of a particular state of the atmosphere, aided by the seasons. Power windows and central door locks were standard, as was climate control with air conditioning, and cruise control. And it should be here remarked, that the virulence of this species of disease seems at times to be greatly augmented by cold and wet weather —it is most mild in cities where the air is, in a degree, correc ted of its rigor and moisture. Here we have a new source of yellow fever! In England, the cold was less severe.

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Frankenthal Pfalz

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This was a pestilential period. David Remnick also speaks with Phil Murphy, the governor of New Jersey, who has signed an executive order to release certain at-risk inmates from states prisons—the sort of measure that would once have been deeply unpopular and risky. It began with coryza, rheumata and slight cough, and was attended with pains in the breast, angina, pleurisies and peripneumonies, which prevailed greatly in the spring, among those who neglected the cough, or used a full diet. During this time, Chrysler began designing the replacement for the and as well as a potential. See Douglas, and Professor Williams Mem. The summer of 1733, in England, was dry and pleasant.

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