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At latt, fays the Spark of the Town, old Crony, give me Leave to be a little free with you; How can you bear to live in this nafty, dirty, 4Tielancholy Hole here, with nothing but Woodfi, and Meadows, and Mouritains, and Rivu - kts about you?
All the grandees attached to the Dy - nafty of the Benimerins rofe againft the '
The present state of the empire of Morocco. Its animals, products, climate, soil, cities, ports, provinces, coins, weights, and measures. With the language, religion, laws, manners, customs, and character, of the Moors; the history of the dynasties since Edris; the naval force and commerce of Morocco; and the character, conduct, and views, political and commercial, of the reigning emperor
I would bave no Glky you cannot tell when it is clean: It will be very nafty before it is per - ceived to be fo.
See how his Head totters, his Hams fink, his Feet fail, his Hands trem - blc, his Mouth froths, his Cheeks arc flabby, his P-y. s f () iu-klc and water, his Words are uiiintcfligible, Jiis Tongue faulters and Itops, his Throat fends forth ii nafty loathfome Stench.
The Soltans of the fecond Branch or Dy - nafty of the Seljukians, called that of Kerman, 445