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“Ita fastu ante unum mensem turgida civitas, et cacuminibos coelum pulsare visa, ad inferos usque paucis diebus dejecta.”
“In quolibet anno mensem integrum jejunant interdiu, nec comedentes nec bibentes, &c. 6556.”
“Non ad mensem aut annum, sed opportet toto vitae curriculo curationi operam dare.”
“Their wages were ten shillings per mensem, and it was curious to observe, that so eager were they to do their duty, that only one of them lay down from sea-sickness during the whole voyage.”
“Cum quo benè per mensem fuimus in tanta fame ac siti, quòd vix viuere poteramus.”
“Ac verò antequam ad montes prædictos peruenirent Tartari, plusquam per mensem per vastam solitudinem transierunt, et inde procedentes adhuc contra”
“Orientem, plusquàm per mensem per magnum desertum perrexerunt.”
“On the night before departure he had asked me for half a sovereign to leave with his wives, and he made me agree to an arrangement that they should receive two dollars per mensem.”
“Labourers are hired at the rate of two to three dollars per mensem, and gangs would easily be collected if one of the chiefs were placed in command.”
“Cum quo ben� per mensem fuimus in tanta fame ac siti, qu騞 vix viuere poteramus.”
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