It was the last activity that afforded the abundant raw material, the insalubrious waste known as coal tar.
He may have preferred topographical specificity, but given his delicate health, he would have been ill-advised to visit any such insalubrious clime.
Partly it's because Shakespeare has become tainted with the insalubrious whiff of the schoolroom.
Sickness did not abate over the three and a half years of Federal occupation as Helena became known as one of the most insalubrious locations in the Union.
Why, then, did Sir Harry abandon the Holy City for the insalubrious air of the Great Wen?
This was the result of Progressive era concerns over the insalubrious cities, which led to fresh air fund camps and other ventures to provide them with relief during the brutal summers.
An argument against this, however, is that following the Civil War the South did experience considerable migration from the North despite its reputation for insalubrity .
It will in all probability become a place of the first consequence, notwithstanding the insalubrity of its climate, and the dreadful tempests it is subject to in winter.
For, as we have seen, the misfortunes of the city were due to the insalubrity of its climate and the collapse of the Portuguese power and commerce in the East.