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The Captive Missionary Being An Account of the Country And People of Abyssinia

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The Captive Missionary Being An Account of the Country And People of Abyssinia
Henry Aaron Stern
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mess of paste, a wretched imitation of macaroni. Consul Cameron fared somewhat more luxuriously, and Mr. And Mrs. Eosenthal dined in private, in a small tent that was assigned them as a special favour. Towards sunset we again had prayers, and then a second sumptuous repast, after which each one tried to woo sleep to his eyes. The king, to our infinite satisfliction, no longer took any notice of us ; and, had it not been for the annoyances of the insufferable tabaguees, our life of misery would
...have flowed on in an even, uniform course.
That terrible scourge, the small-pox, which had already for more than six weeks ravaged the camp, in the absence of every precaution to arrest its progress, spread with increased virulence through the crowded lines of tents, hurrying promiscuously men, women, and children to an untimely grave. An incipient famine accelerated its devastations, and multiplied the funeral processions, which, amidst the melancholy chants of priests, and the wail of mourners, every- where traversed the gloomy camp.


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