Taliesin; or, The bards and druids of Britain. A tr. of the remains of the earliest Welsh bards, and an examination of the bardic mysteries, by D.W. Nash

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Page 268 - Else, if thou wilt not let my people go, behold, I will send swarms of flies upon thee, and upon thy servants, and upon thy people, and into thy houses: and the houses of the Egyptians shall be full of swarms of flies, and also the ground whereon they are.
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