Disaster Relief Gulf Coast U S : On risk and disaster [electronic resource] : lessons from Hurricane Katrina / edited by Ronald J. Daniels, Donald F. Kettl, and Howard Kunreuther ; foreword by Amy Gutmann.
Disaster Relief Indonesia : Waves of hope : the U.S. Navy's response to the tsunami in northern Indonesia / Bruce A Elleman.; Elleman, Bruce A.,
Disaster Relief Law And Legislation Scotland Early Works To 1800 : At Edinburgh the 14. day of April 1645. : Forasmeikle as upon the first of this instant, about eight a clock in the morning, certain cleansers in Kelso being cleaning ane house ... the fire took hold of that house, and by occasion thereof, the whole houses of that town from that down-ward ...; Scotland.
Disaster Relief Law And Legislation United States : The law of emergencies [electronic resource] : public health and disaster management / Nan D. Hunter, Professor of Law, Georgetown Law, 600 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001.; Hunter, Nan D.
Disaster Relief Louisiana : Come Hell or high water : Hurricane Katrina and the color of disaster / Michael Eric Dyson.; Dyson, Michael Eric.
Disasters Blackfriars London England : The dismall day at the Black-Fryers, or, A deplorable elegie on the death of almost an hundred persons, who were lamentably slaine by the fall of a house in the Blacke-Fryers : being all assembled there (after the manner of their deuotions) to heare a sermon on Sunday night, the 26 of October last past, An. 1623.; Rhodes, Math.
Disasters England : A True account of the dreadful fire which happened on Sunday the 19th of November, between ten and eleven at night in Wapping : as also, of what persons were hurt and burnt, and of one that was taken suspected to have fire-balls.
Disasters England Early Works To 1800 : The uncertainty of humane life: : set forth in a full and true account of a most sad and dreadful accident, which happen'd on Wednesday the 19th of this instant May, 1714. in Three-Crown-Court, in Crutched-Fryers, near Aldgate, where several houses falling down, kill'd and wounded several men, women, and children; with a Godly prayer against sudden death, and other pious exhortations.
Disasters England History To 1500 : From the brink of the apocalypse : confronting famine, war, plague, and death in the later Middle Ages / John Aberth.; Aberth, John,
Disasters England Religious Aspects : A heavenly cordial for all those servants of the Lord that have had the plague ... , or, Thirteen divine maximes, or conclusions, in respect of the pestilence : which may be as so many supports, comforts and refreshing springs, both to the visited and preserved people of God in this present day : also ten arguments to prove that in times of common calamity the people of God do stand upon the advantage ground as to their outward preservation and protection ... : also eight reasons why some of the precious servants of the Lord have fallen by the pestilence in this day of the Lords anger / by Thomas Brooks.; Brooks, Thomas,
Disasters England Religious Aspects Christianity : A Brief historical account of several of the most remarkable years of war, drought, famine, and pestilence in England, and the time when they happened : together with an additional discourse of God's judgments, and the procuring cause of them : as also of the prediction of the late excellent mathematician and modest astrologer Mr. Vincent Wing, as to the present year 1699 / by a gent.; Gent.
Disasters England Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : The mourning-cross: or, England's Lord have mercy upon us : Containing the certain causes of pestilential diseases; with an accompt of several modern plagues or visitation in times past, as well in other countries as in the city of London; as also, the number of those that then died, not onely on the plague, but of all diseases, Continued down to this present day, August 29. 1665. To which is likewise added, a necessary prayer for this present time.
Disasters Europe Early Works To 1800 : Gods voice to Christendom, or, Alarum to Europe : by the remarkable earthquakes, with the several kinds thereof, two hundred years before the birth of Christ. The causes and kinds, antecedents, and consequents, (pestilence, sword, famine) following thereupon, the nature of meteors, effective, and productive of an earthquake. Some part whereof was delineated by the great and vertuous Robert Boyle Esquyer, in the year 1681, relating to the dreadful comet. The impending judgements and causes of Gods wrath against a sinful people, seasonably and particularly applyed to the sons of Levi. / By a minister of Christ.
Disasters France Religious Aspects : Strange news from France : being II letters from a French Protestant gentleman at Blois to a person of quality at Westminster : giving an account of the late extraordinary tempest that lately hapned [sic] there, accompanied with hail-stones as big as a mans fist, whereby two churches and several houses were beat down, many others lamentably shatter'd, the slates and windowes throughout all the town batter'd to pieces, and all the corn and vines in eight parishes utterly destroyed, to the damage of two hundred thousand crowns and upwards : in all which calamity the Protestant church was miraculously preserved entire, and not so much as a slate or any glass broken.
Disasters Germany Religious Aspects : A Most straunge and wounderfull accident happened at Weersburch by Franckford, by a most fearefull earthquake and daknesse [sic], with a mighty tempest of thunder and lightning : also a most dreadfull embassage vttered to the governour of that Cittie, by three straunge children which were found in a wood, threatning destruction to that countrie, and to all christendome