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" The few remaining trees, stripped of their boughs and foliage, wore a cold and wintry aspect; and the numerous seats in the environs of Bridgetown, formerly concealed amid thick groves, were now exposed and in ruins. " From the direction in which the... "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal - Página 345
1847
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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
...the environs of Bridgetown, formerly concealed amid thick groves, were now exposed and in ruins. " From the direction in which the cocoa-nut and other...wind ; but far the greater number were rooted up by the blast from the northwest." The centre of this storm appears to have passed a little to the north...
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An Attempt to Develop the Law of Storms by Means of Facts: Arranged ...

Sir William Reid - 1838 - 436 páginas
...the environs of Bridgetown, formerly concealed amid thick groves, were now exposed and in ruins. " From the direction in which the cocoa-nut and other...prostrated next to the earth, the first that fell must have heen hlown down hy a north-north-east wind ; hut far the greater numher were rooted up hy the hlast...
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Transactions of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts, Volumen3

Royal Scottish Society of Arts - 1851
...fluctuated from 83° to 8.V. It is necessary to be thus explanatory, for the time the storm commenced, and the manner of its approach, varied considerably in...fort-adjutant at Barbadoes, was on August 10th at 8 P. if. 30-00 in. 11th..- 2A.M. 29-40. ... ... 4 ••• supposed to be under 28-00. t These, however,...
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An Attempt to Develop the Law of Storms by Means of Facts, Arranged ...

Sir William Reid - 1846 - 572 páginas
...the environs of Bridgetown, formerly concealed amid thick groves, were now exposed and in ruins. " From the direction in which the cocoa-nut and other...wind ; but far the greater number were rooted up by the blast from the northwest." The centre of this storm appears to have passed a little to the north...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volumen43

1847
...for a few moments abating, made clearly audible the falling of tiles and building materials, tv/iich by the last gust had probably been carried to a lofty...71. The state of the barometer during the hurricane, accoi-ding to Lieutenant Bynn, fort-adjutant at Barbadoes, was on August 10th at 8 p. 11. 30-00 in....
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The Tempest; Or, an Account of the Nature, Properties, Dangers and Uses of ...

Tempest - 1848 - 277 páginas
...scarcely in sufficient number to drag the dead from the masses of ruins under which they were buried. From the direction in which the cocoa-nut and other trees were prostrated to the earth, the first that fell must have been blown down by a northnorth-east wind ; but by far...
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AN ATTEMPT TO DEVELOP THE LAW OF STORMS BY MEANS OF FACTS. ACCORDING TO ...

LIEUT-COLONEL W. REID - 1850
...the environs of Bridgetown, formerly concealed amid thick groves, were now exposed and in ruins. " From the direction in which the cocoa-nut and other...wind ; but far the greater number were rooted up by the blast from the northwest." The centre of this storm appears to have passed a little to the north...
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The Tempest: an Account of the Origin and Phenomena of Wind, in Various ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1861 - 386 páginas
...scarcely in sufficient number to drag the dead from the masses of ruins under which they were buried. From the direction in which the cocoa-nut and other trees were prostrated to the earth, the first that fell must have been blown down by a northnorth-east wind; but by far the...
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The Law of Storms: Considered in Connection with the Ordinary Movements of ...

Heinrich Wilhelm Dove - 1862 - 324 páginas
...in the environs of Bridgetown, formerly concealed amid thick groves, were now exposed and in ruins. From the direction in which the cocoanut and other...wind ; but far the greater number were rooted up by the blast from the north-west. Thus far goes the account from Barbadoes. If we add to this that when...
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The Law of Storms: Considered in Connection with the Ordinary Movements of ...

Heinrich Wilhelm Dove - 1862 - 324 páginas
...in the environs of Bridgetown, formerly concealed amid thick groves, were now exposed and in ruins. From the direction in which the cocoanut and other...wind ; but far the greater number were rooted up by the blast from the north-west. Thus far goes the account from Barbadoes. If we add to this that when...
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