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Author: Tord, I.
Title: A full and true relation of the most terrible and dreadful tempest of thunder & lightening, hail and rai[n] that ever yet was seen or heard in England. Giving a faithful account of the vast losses, damages, and calamities sustaine[d] thereby in the towns of Hitchin, Offly, Eccleford, ... with several other villag[es] and market-towns in the counties of Harford, Bedfor[d,] Huntington, &c ... To which is added, particular account of the sad and dismal disasters that happen'd at Potton in Bedfordshire, ... As also a particular relation of the great damages sustained by Sq; Harvey and others, in their houses, corn, cattle &c. The whole communicated in a letter out of Hartfordshire, from Mr. I. Tord, to his son-in-law Mr Burchfield near the Blew-Coat at Bishopsgate Barrs. Note, the truth of this relation will be confirm'd by Mr. Nicholas Beaumont, at the sign of the Hand in Hand-Alle[y] ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A full and true relation of the most terrible and dreadful tempest of thunder & lightening, hail and rai[n] that ever yet was seen or heard in England. Giving a faithful account of the vast losses, damages, and calamities sustaine[d] thereby in the towns of Hitchin, Offly, Eccleford, ... with several other villag[es] and market-towns in the counties of Harford, Bedfor[d,] Huntington, &c ... To which is added, particular account of the sad and dismal disasters that happen'd at Potton in Bedfordshire, ... As also a particular relation of the great damages sustained by Sq; Harvey and others, in their houses, corn, cattle &c. The whole communicated in a letter out of Hartfordshire, from Mr. I. Tord, to his son-in-law Mr Burchfield near the Blew-Coat at Bishopsgate Barrs. Note, the truth of this relation will be confirm'd by Mr. Nicholas Beaumont, at the sign of the Hand in Hand-Alle[y] ...
Tord, I., Burchfield,

[[Lo]ndon: peinted [sic] and sold by J. Wilkins, [ ]nd the green Dragon Tavern, in Fleet-street, 1697]
Alternate titles: True and particular account of the late terrible and dreadful storm of hail
Notes:
Caption title on p. 2: True and particular account of the late terrible and dreadful stormm of hail, &c.
Imprint from colophon.
Copy imperfect; closely cropped along outer margin with considerable loss of print; title and colophon mutilated.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Storms -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62956.0001.001

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True and particular Account of the ate terrible and dreadful Storm of Hail, &c.
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