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... which no origin is yet assigned , was formed on a romance called Aurelio and Isabella , printed in Italian , Spanish , French , and English , in 1588.
... written after 1609 , because the Bermuda Islands , which are mentioned in it , were unknown to the English until that year ; but this is a mistake .
Ere ever , or ever , or ere , is , in more modern English , sooner than PRO . It should the good ship so have swallowed SC . II . 25 TEMPEST .
While the English lay at the Bermudas , in their way to Virginia , [ that is , in the year 1609 and part of 1610 , when they were shipwrecked there ] says ...
Argier is the ancient English name for Algiers . See a pamphlet entitled , A true Relation of the Travailes , & c . of William Davies , Barber - surgeon ...
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