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He collected fresh evidence of its fertility, salubrity, and riches, and of the goodwill of the natives towards Englishmen.
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
When they reached London, they found a great difference in the weather: it cannot be said she owes her salubrity to her climate.
THERE AND BACKGEORGE MACDONALD
I was naturally enthusiastic over the bargain, and the beauty and salubrity of the situation.
Since the beginning of 1910, according to a Russian critic, "the salubrity of the atmosphere" has been accomplished.
In favor of the soil and climate, and of the salubrity of the position, the officers speak in terms of the highest admiration.
Its extreme salubrity has, it seems, been disregarded by emigrants.
If he is to be taken as a specimen of the salubrity of the climate, I never saw so healthy a place.
I am almost recovered, and am finding my "Salubrity at Home."
The latter tell of later settlers, attracted solely by the beauty and salubrity of the place.
The people of all descriptions continued very healthy; and the salubrity of the climate rendered medicine of little use.

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