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1 Boulter to the Duke of Newcastle, 23 Nov. 1728: ‘The whole North is in a ferment at present, and people every day engaging one another to go the next year to the West Indies. The humor has spread like a contagious distemper; and the people will hardly hear anybody that tries to cure them of their madness. The worst is, that it affects only Protestants, and reigns chiefly in the North.’ Plowden's Historical Review, i. .276. Compare, too, Dean Swift's Letters.
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