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" The island of Lewchew itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe. — Refreshed by the sea-breezes, which, from its geographical position, blow over it at every period of the year, it is free from the extremes of heat and cold, which oppress... "
New elegant extracts: a unique selection, moral, instructive and ... - Page 233
by Richard Alfred Davenport - 1827
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 59

Edmund Burke - History - 1819
...the ships, appeared to have her robe riclily embroidered. The island of Lewchcw itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe. — Refreshed by...oppress many other countries ; whilst from the general conliguration of the land, being more adapted to the production of rivers and streamlets than of bogs...
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Narrative of a voyage in His Majesty's late ship Alceste, to the Yellow Sea ...

John M'Leod - China - 1817 - 288 pages
...Highlander's kilt, with a short, but loose, habit above. . The island of Lewchew itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe. — Refreshed by...bogs and marshes, one great source of disease in the warmer latitudes has no existence : and the people seemed to enjoy robust health ; for we observed...
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The Pocket Magazine of Classics and Polite Literature, Volume 1

1818
...island of Lewchew is situated in the happiest climate of the globe. — Refreshed by the sea breezes, which, from its geographical position, blow over it...bogs and marshes, one great source of disease in the warmer latitndes has no existence : and the people seemed to enjoy robust health; for we observed no...
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Narrative of a Voyage, in His Majesty's Late Ship Alceste to the Yellow Sea ...

John M'Leod - China - 1818 - 160 pages
...Lewchew itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe.-r-Refreshed by the sea^breezes,«which, from its geographical position, blow over it at every...bogs and marshes, one great source of disease in the warmer latitudes has no existence : and the people seemed to enjoy robust health; for we observed no...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 59

Edmund Burke - History - 1818
...the ships, appeared to have her robe richly embroidered. The island of Lewchew i.tself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe. — Refreshed by...being more adapted to the production of. rivers and streamlets than of bogs or marshes, one great source of disease in the warmer latitudes has no existence...
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Annual Register, Volume 59

Edmund Burke - History - 1818
...richly embroidered. The island of Lewchew itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globs. — Refreshed by the seabreezes, which, from its geographical...being more adapted to the production of rivers and streamlets than of bogs or marshes, one great source of disease in the warmer latitudes has no existence...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Volume 7

English literature - 1818
...Lewche w itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe. — Refreshed by the sea breezes, which, from its geographical position, blow over it...oppress many other countries ; whilst from the general conñguration of the land, I Hug more adapted to the production of rivers and streamsthan of bogs and...
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The Christian Disciple, Volume 6

Liberalism (Religion) - 1818
...itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe. Refreshed by the sea-breezes which blow 0 ver it at every period of the year, it is free from the...heat and cold which oppress many other countries; the people seemed to enjoy robust health ; for we observed no diseased objects, nor beggars of any...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volume 6

1818
...itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe. Refreshed by the sea-breezes which blow ever it at every period of the year, it is free from the...of heat and cold which oppress many other countries ; the people seemed to enjoy robust health ; for we observed no diseased objects, nor beggars of any...
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The Literary Panorama, and National Register: A Review of Books, Register of ...

Various - 1818
...of Lewchew itself is situate in the happiest climate of the globe.-r-Refreshed by the sea breezes, which, from its geographical position, blow over it...every period of the year, it is free from the extremes ol° heat and cold, which oppress many other countries ; whilst from the general configuration of the...
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