On March 4, 1876, a man with a deadly disease was found dead in the streets of Alexandria, Egypt.
The cause of death was unknown, but he was suspected to have died from typhoid fever.
At the time, typhoid was one of the most contagious diseases in the world, and was usually fatal.
At least a dozen people had died in the U.S. in this epidemic.
The symptoms of typhoid were fever, cough, sore throat, and body aches.
In the early days of the epidemic, a single person with typhoid could kill thousands of people.
Typhoid fever is caused by the bacterium Bacillus subtilis.
It is passed on through the air by infected mosquitoes and people who eat contaminated meat.
The disease is caused when a person’s immune system attacks healthy cells and destroys them.
Typhoids are typically fatal and cause anemia, which is also a symptom of the disease.
The epidemic was a pandemic, meaning the disease was spread far and wide.
Many people had to move from their homes because of the spread of the virus.
One of the largest outbreaks occurred in the city of Alexandria.
It was one year after the Great Migration from China in the early 1600s.
The city was built during the Roman Empire, and many Chinese migrated to the new city.
Some of them were brought by the emperor to Alexandria.
The pandemic also happened to coincide with the arrival of the Spanish, who brought their Spanish colonists with them.
As many as 20,000 Spaniards died from the disease during the pandemic.
In other cases, a large group of people would leave their homes and congregate in a place of worship.
The Spanish, in particular, took advantage of the city’s popularity and became a common sight.
This spread of plague spread through the entire city, and it was not until the end of the pandemics that it was finally stopped.
It wasn’t until 1861 that the plague stopped completely.
This outbreak was so large that it caused a worldwide panic.
By that time, the population had shrunk to a million people.
As the plague spread, more people were being sickened by the disease, which became even more contagious.
It spread to all of Europe, but the Spanish and Portuguese were the most affected countries.
By the end, the number of infected was so high that it would take almost 100 years to completely eradicate the disease in the United States.
The next year, on May 6, 1878, another epidemic was found to be caused by typhoid.
This one killed almost 5,000 people.
This was the same year that the Spanish invaded and conquered the United Kingdom.
Many Spaniards fled their country because of a plague outbreak that had started in Spain.
Spain had been plagued by typhus for many years.
People in the country were often sick with it.
During the Spanish-American War, Spain was plagued by an outbreak that killed over 6,000 of its soldiers.
The outbreak was stopped and the disease disappeared.
Spain would never recover from the pandemia.
The first pandemic began in 1888, and by 1904, it had killed nearly 30,000 Americans.
In 1904, the first U.K. case of the flu was discovered, and in 1907, a disease dubbed the Great Irish Famine began.
The Great Irish Flu killed over 500,000 and caused a large economic collapse.
In 1918, the U