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Disease was rife in the 17th Century, and the state of Croup (then spelled Croop) was a serious impediment to games of Mornington Crescent using the Tudor Court Rules. It is roughly equivalent in severity to the modern-day Boris or Nidd.
Disease was rife in the 17th Century, and the state of croup (then spelled 'croop') was a serious impediment to games of Mornington Crescent using the Tudor Court Rules. It is roughly equivalent in severity to the modern-day Boris or Nidd.

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Disease was rife in the 17th Century, and the state of croup (then spelled 'croop') was a serious impediment to games of Mornington Crescent using the Tudor Court Rules. It is roughly equivalent in severity to the modern-day Boris or Nidd.

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