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" I lay down, then, as a positive rule of health, that the warmest dishes the natives delight in, are the most wholesome strangers can use in the putrid climates of the Lower Arabia, Abyssinia, Sennaar, and Egypt itself; and that spirits, and all fermented... "
Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile, in the Years 1768, 1769, 1770 ... - Page 234
by James Bruce - 1804
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The Analytical Review, Or History of Literature, Domestic and ..., Volume 7

1790
...without fatigue, &c. What he fays of water, for drink or bathing, deferves much attention. P. 46. ' Spring, or running water, if you can find it, is to be your only drink. You cannot be too nie; in procuring this article. But as, on both coails of the Red Sea you fcarcely find any but llagnant...
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

William Fordyce Mavor - Voyages and travels - 1797
...Sennaar, and Egypt itfelf; and that fpirits, and all fermented liquors, fhould be regarded as poifons. Spring, or running water, if you can find it, is to be your only drink; and, in any cafe, filtration through fand is extremely beneficial to purify this eflential fluid. Rice...
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An Interesting Narrative of the Travels of James Bruce, Esq., Into Abyssinia ...

James Bruce - Blue Nile River (Ethiopia and Sudan) - 1798 - 388 pages
...poifbns ; and, for fear of temptation, not fo much as be carried along with you, unlefs as a menftrmn for outward applications. Spring, or running water,...too nice in procuring this article. But as, on both coafls of the Red Sea, you fcarcely find any but ftagnant water, the way our traveler practifed was...
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An Interesting Narrative of the Travels of James Bruce, Esq. Into Abyssinia ...

James Bruce, Samuel Shaw - Ethiopia - 1814 - 373 pages
...be carried along with you. ur.lefs as a menftruum for outward applications. Spring, or runningwater, if you can find it, is to be your only drink. You...too nice in procuring this article. But as, on both coafts of the Red. Sea you can fcarcely find any but ftagnant water, the way our traveller pradhfed...
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The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 6

Voyages and travels - 1815
...Sennaar, and Egypt itself; and that spirits, and all fermented liquors, should be regarded as pojs&ns, and not so much as be carried along with you, unless as...article. But, as on both coasts of the Red Sea, you can scarcely find any but stagnant water, the way I practised was always this, when I was at any place...
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Bruce's travels into Abyssinia to discover the source of the Nile

James Bruce - 1846
...all fermented liquors, should he regarded as poisons ; and, for fear of temptation, not so much as he carried along with you, unless as a menstruum for outward applications. Spring, or ruuning water, if you can find it, is to he your only drink. You caunot he too nice ia procurin|,'...
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Curiosities of Savage Life, Volume 2

James Greenwood - Ethnology - 1864
...Sennaar, and Egypt itself ; and that spirits, and all fermented liquors, should be regarded as poisons ; and, for fear of temptation, not so much as be carried...you scarcely find any but stagnant water, the way which our traveller practised, when at any place that allowed time and opportunity, was always this...
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Abyssinia and Its People: Or, Life in the Land of Prester John

John Camden Hotten - Ethiopia - 1868 - 384 pages
...Sennaar, and Egypt itself; and that spirits, and all fermented liquors, should be regarded as poisons, and for fear of temptation, not so much as be carried...water, if you can find it, is to be your only drink. Bathing in Cold Water. — Never scruple to throw yourselves into the coldest river or spring you can...
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The bases of the temperance reform: an exposition and appeal

Dawson Burns - 1873
...not so much as to be carried along with you, unless as a menstruum for outward application. Springer running water, if you can find it, is to be your only drink." Dr. Livingstone, writing from Kuruman, South Africa, Nov. 12, 1852, said: "I have acted on the principle...
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Temperance Physiology

John Gutherie - Alcohol - 1877 - 317 pages
...temptation, not so much as to be carried along with you, unless as a menstruum for outward application. Spring or running water, if you can find it, is to be your only drink." Livingstone wrote in 1852 : — " I have lived on the principle of total abstinence from all alcoholic...
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