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Delight at Peraea

The inhabitants of Peraea were like slaves unexpectedly
Joy of the people of Peraea at the Roman decree emancipating them from Rhodes.
released from chains, who are scarcely able to believe their present good fortune, thinking it a change almost too great to be natural; and cannot believe that those they meet can understand or fully see that they are really released, unless they do something strange and out of the ordinary course. . . .

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