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" of camels, the smell from which rendered the air, even in the midst of the town, offensive, and certainly contributed to the many diseases now prevalent. Several hundreds of these carcases lay near the reservoirs of the Hadj, and the Arabs inhabiting... "
Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories in Hadjaz ... - Page 59
by John Lewis Burckhardt - 1829
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 10

Child rearing - 1832
...nobody appeared disposed to remove it. The skirts of the town were crowded with the dead carcasses of camels, the smell from which rendered the air,...certainly contributed to the many diseases now prevalent.' "Disease and mortality, which succeed to the fatigues endured on the journey, or are caused by the...
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A History of the Church: From the Birth of Christ to the Present Time ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - Religions - 1834 - 504 pages
...nobody appeared to be disposed to remove it. The skirts of the town were crowded with the dead carcasses of camels, the smell from which rendered the air,...certainly contributed to the many diseases now prevalent.' " Burckhardt remained at Mecca a whole month after the conclusion of the hadj, at which time it appeared...
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The life of Mahomet

Samuel Green - Islam - 1840 - 404 pages
...nobody appeared disposed to remove it. The skirts of the town were crowded with the dead carcasses of camels, the smell from which rendered the air,...certainly contributed to the many diseases now prevalent.' " Disease and mortality, which succeed to the fatigues endured on the journey, or are caused by the...
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The Life of Mahomet: Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of ...

Samuel Green (Baptist minister, Lion St. Chapel, Walworth.) - Islam - 1840 - 404 pages
...nobody appeared disposed to remove it. The skirts of the town were crowded with the dead carcasses of camels, the smell from which rendered the air, even in the midst of the town, oftensive, and certainly contributed to the many diseases now prevalent.' " Disease and mortality,...
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Cholera epidemics in East Africa, from 1821 till 1872

James CHRISTIE (M.D.) - Cholera - 1876 - 508 pages
...nobody appeared disposed to remove it. The skirts of the town were covered with the carcasses of dead camels, the smell from which rendered the air, even in the midst of the town, most offensive, and certainly contributed to the many diseases now prevalent. Several hundred of these...
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Reports of the Medical Officer of the Privy Council and Local Government ...

1866
...dead carcases of camels, the smell from which rendered the air, even in the midst of the town most offensive, and certainly contributed to the many diseases...of the Hadj, and the Arabs inhabiting that part of Mecca never walked out without stuffing into their nostrils small pieces of cotton, which they carried...
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