They were sick-and so were the purest of their brethren—with the plague of sin.
All their calamities, except the plague, were the foreseen results of their own decision.
The chief of a nation that prefers the pestilence of despotism to the plague of anarchy.
I have had the plague continually, ever since I have been here.
But as we come from the East, and as the East is the country of the plague—'
I came here as well as ever I was in my life; but to suspect me of the plague is to give me the plague.
Ecod, you used to have life enough, when you could plague me with it.
No tenant could be found for the place, which was avoided as if the plague still clung to it.
All the politicians are a nuisance, a curse, a plague worse than was any in Egypt.
You give the plague to the poor people who merely pass your door.