Calabria Italy History Earthquake 1638 Early Works To 1800 : Dreadfull newes: or A true relation of the great, violent and late earthquake : Hapned the 27. day of March, stilo Romano last, at Callabria, in the kingdome of Naples, about the houres of three and foure in the afternoone, to the over-throw and ruine of many cities, townes, and castles, and the death of above fifty thousand persons. With the names of the principall of the sayd cities, townes and castles, destroyed by the said earthquake, according to the originall printed and published by authority at Venice. Published with license and authority.
Calabria Italy History Earthquake 1638 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A true and terrible narration of a horrible earthquake : which happened in the province of Calabria (in the kingdome of Naples, under the dominion of the King of Spaine) in Italy, upon the 27 of March last past according to forraigne account, and by our English computation, the 17. and the festivity of S. Patrick: to the devastation and depopulation (some totally, some in part) of 8. great cities and 24. townes and castles (in the compasse of some 612. miles English,) and the death of some 50000. persons, of all degrees, sexe, and age. The like never heard of in precedent times. From pregnant atestation, written in English verse, by Martin Parker. With a memorable list of some other earthquaks and horrible accidents, which have heretofore happened in England.; M. P.
Calamy Edmund 1600 1666 Door Of Truth Opened : Truth, still truth, though shut out of doores: or, A reply to a late pamphlet entituled The doore of truth opened: : published in the name and with the consent of the whold church of Aldermanbury. With some animadversions upon a late letter of the ministers of London to the Reverend Assembly, against toleration. / By Henry Burton.; Burton, Henry,