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" December 11, 1719, when they were remarkably bright, and as people in general had never heard of such a phenomenon, they were extremely alarmed with the apprehension of the approach of the final judgment. All amusements, all business, and even sleep,... "
Elements of Useful Knowledge. Volume I.: Containing a Historical and ... - Σελίδα 181
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