A friend of mine, an old doctor, told me the other day that in his youth the Great Plague of his life was the hysterical female.
The next year was the year of the Great Plague or Black Death.
The Great Plague of the tribes on the middle Columbia was the measles.
But he was on the right clew, and he would have managed it if it hadn't been for the Great Plague.
The Great Plague and Fire furnish ample materials for the former, as do the court beauties and intriguantes for the latter.
Newton reached the age of twenty-three in 1665, the year of the Great Plague.
During the Great Plague in London, 1665, Dryden fled with his wife to Charleton.
The Great Plague of London, of 1665, is a familiar fact in history.
Nine years later there followed the Great Plague, of which Boccaccio has left us so terrible an impression.
The Great Plague of London in 1665 was by no means the only visitation of that kind.