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A Relation of Some Strange Phaenomena, Accompanied with Mischievous Effects in a Cole Work in Flint Shire; Sent March 31. 1677. to the Reverend and Eminently Learned Dr. Bathurst, Dean of Bath and Wells, by an Ingenious Gentleman, Mr. Roger Moslyn, of the Inner Temple, Who, at the Said Doctor's Request, Obtained It from His Fathers Steward and Overseer of His Cole-Works, Who was upon the Place when the Thing Was Done; the Same Mr. Moslyn Being Also Assured of It from His Father, Sr. Roger Moslyn, Lord of the Mannor, and Several Others, Who Were Eye Witnesses

Roger Moslyn
Philosophical Transactions (1665-1678)
Vol. 12 (1677 - 1678), pp. 895-899
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/101780
Page Count: 5
Subjects: Biological Sciences General Science Mathematics
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A Relation of Some Strange Phaenomena, Accompanied with Mischievous Effects in a Cole Work in Flint Shire; Sent March 31. 1677. to the Reverend and Eminently Learned Dr. Bathurst, Dean of Bath and Wells, by an Ingenious Gentleman, Mr. Roger Moslyn, of the Inner Temple, Who, at the Said Doctor's Request, Obtained It from His Fathers Steward and Overseer of His Cole-Works, Who was upon the Place when the Thing Was Done; the Same Mr. Moslyn Being Also Assured of It from His Father, Sr. Roger Moslyn, Lord of the Mannor, and Several Others, Who Were Eye Witnesses
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