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The Voyage of the Hui Corra (Author: Unknown)

section 47

Thereafter they row on for a long while, till another wonderful island was shewn to them, with a beautiful bright grove of fragrant appletrees therein. A very beautiful river (flowed) through the midst of the grove. Now when the wind would move the treetops of the grove sweeter was their song than any music. The Húi Corra ate somewhat of the apples19 and drank somewhat of the river of wine, so that they were straightway satisfied, and perceived not wound or disease in them.