Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Colston” in chapter 1.40 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...erts of sand, hundreds of miles in extent, with watering places distant four or five days journey apart, under the burning rays of a tropical sun, and in a temperature reaching sometimes 160 degrees, General Colston became ill. He was also thrown from his camel and injured by the fall. The result was paralysis of his legs, accompanied with great pain about the region of his liver. He could neither walk nor ...
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