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An Extraordinary and Surprising Agitation of the Waters, though without Any Perceptible Motion of the Earth, Having Been Observed in Various Parts of This Island, Both Maritime and Inland, on the Same Day, and Chiefly about the Time, That the More Violent Commotions of Both Earth and Waters so Extensively Affected Many Very Distant Parts of the Globe; The Following Accounts, Relating to the Former, Have Been Transmitted to the Society; In Which are Specified the Times and Places When and Where They Happened

John Robertson, Philip Carteret Webb, Swithin Adee, John Hodgson, Cranbrook, John Pringle, Henry Mills, Thomas Birch, Mr. Thomlinson, Richard Philips, Lewis Crusius, John Blair, Lord Viscount Parker, John Huxham, William Borlase, Swanzey, William Arderon, Thomas Barber, John Harrison, Spencer Cowper, Robert Gardener, James Colquhoun, L. Nicola, Richard Brocklesby, Hen. Tom., Joseph Steplin, Mr. De Hondt and Mons. Allamond
Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775)
Vol. 49 (1755 - 1756), pp. 351-398
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/104951
Page Count: 50
Subjects: Biological Sciences Mathematics General Science
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An Extraordinary and Surprising Agitation of the Waters, though without Any Perceptible Motion of the Earth, Having Been Observed in Various Parts of This Island, Both Maritime and Inland, on the Same Day, and Chiefly about the Time, That the More Violent Commotions of Both Earth and Waters so Extensively Affected Many Very Distant Parts of the Globe; The Following Accounts, Relating to the Former, Have Been Transmitted to the Society; In Which are Specified the Times and Places When and Where They Happened
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