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" After midnight the continued flashing of the lightning was awfully grand, and a gale blew fiercely from the north and north-east; but at 1 AM on the llth... "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal - Página 344
1847
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The Methodist Magazine and Quarterly Review, Volumen10

1839
...true character from the rings of salt saline matter which remain after the evaporation of the water. and a gale blew fiercely from the north and north-east ; but at one AM, on the llth of August, the tempestuous rage of the wind increased ; the storm, which at one...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1837
...it stood at So0, but at other moments it fluctuated from 83° to 85°. After midnight the continual flashing of the lightning was awfully grand, and a gale blew fiercely from between the north and the north-east. At one AM of the llth, the tempestuous rage of the wind increased....
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An attempt to develop the law of storms ... and hence to point out a cause ...

sir William Reid - 1838 - 436 páginas
...fluctuated from 83° to 85°. It is necessary to be thus explanatory, for the time the storm commenced and the manner of its approach varied considerably in...from the north and northeast ; but at 1 AM on the 1 1th of August, the tempestuous rage of the wind increased, the storm, which at one time blew from...
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An Attempt to Develop the Law of Storms by Means of Facts: Arranged ...

Sir William Reid - 1838 - 436 páginas
...residents of others, scarcely a mile apart, were not sensihle that the weather was unusually hoisterous. " After midnight the continued flashing of the lightning was awfully grand, and a gale hlew fiercely from the north and northeast ; hut at 1 AM on the 1 1th of August, the tempestuous rage...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volumen35

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1839
...the storm, given by Colonel Reid, was published at Bridgetown, immediately after the event:— • After midnight, the continued flashing of the lightning...blew fiercely from the north and north-east; but at one, л. м., on the IHh of August, the tempestuous rage of the wind increased ; the storm, which at...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1839
...lightning was awfully grand, and a gale blew fiercely from between the N. and NE At 1 AM of the llth the tempestuous rage of the wind increased; the storm, which at one moment blew from the NE, suddenly shifted from that quarter, and burst from the NW and intermediate...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volumen23;Volumen27

1839
...lightning was awfully grand, and a gale blew fiercely from between the N. and NE At 1 AM of the llth the tempestuous rage of the wind increased; the storm, which at one moment blew from the NE, suddenly shifted from that quarter, and burst from the NW and intermediate...
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The philosophy of storms

James Pollard Espy - 1841
...lightning was awfully grand, and a gale blew fiercely from between the N. and NE At 1, AM of the llth the tempestuous rage of the wind increased ; the storm, which at one moment blew from the NE, suddenly shifted from that quarter, and burst from the NW and intermediate...
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An Attempt to Develop the Law of Storms by Means of Facts, Arranged ...

Sir William Reid - 1846 - 572 páginas
...fluctuated from 83° to 85°. It is necessary to be thus explanatory, for the time the storm commenced and the manner of its approach varied considerably in...the north and north-east; but at 1 AM on the llth of August, the tempestuous rage of the wind increased ; the storm, which at one time blew CHAP, from...
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The Tempest; Or, an Account of the Nature, Properties, Dangers and Uses of ...

Tempest - 1848 - 277 páginas
...houses being actually thrown down by its violence, while others scarcely a mile off received no damage. After midnight the continued flashing of the lightning...blew fiercely from the north and north-east ; but at one o'clock AM, on the llth August, the force of the wind increased fearfully. The storm, which at...
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