Earthquakes Congresses : Stresses, slow deformations and fractures in the earth : proceedings of the IASPEI/IAG/AGA/IAVCE symposium held at the 15th IUGG General Assembly, Moscow, August, 1971 / edited by P. Molnar, F. Press and Yu.V. Riznichenko.
Earthquakes Dubrovnik Croatia Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the terrible earthquake which happened at Ragusa, and several other cities in Dalmatia and Albania : The sixth of April 1667 as we have it in a particular account from Venice. Published by authority.
Earthquakes England London 1580 Early Works To 1800 : A warning for the wise, a feare to the fond, a bridle to the lewde, and a glasse to the good : Written of the late earthquake chanced in London and other places, the. 6. of April 1580. for the glorie of God, and benefite of men that warely can walke, and wisely can iudge. Set forth in verse and prose, by Thomas Churchyard Gentleman. Seen and allowed.; Churchyard, Thomas,
Earthquakes England Northamptonshire : A brief account, and seasonable improvement of the late earthquake in Northampton-shire, Jan. 4, 1675/6 : in a letter to a friend in London.; N. N.
Earthquakes England Oxfordshire : Strange news from Oxfordshire : being a true and faithful account of a wonderful and dreadful earthquake that happened in those parts on Monday the 17th of this present September, 1683 / written in a letter from Wallingford in Oxfordshire.
Earthquakes England 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.
Earthquakes Environmental Aspects : Earthquakes in human history : the far-reaching effects of seismic disruptions / Jelle Zeilinga de Boer, Donald Theodore Sanders.; Zeilinga de Boer, Jelle.
Earthquakes Germany : 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
Earthquakes Germany Early Works To 1800 : A full account of the great and terrible earthquake in Germany, Hungary and Turky : Which was one of the greatest and most dreadful earthquakes that ever was in the world. With a most exact and particular account of the terrible eruptions of fire, conflagration of mountains, devastation of whole towns and villages. As also a learned discourse of the nature, causes and kinds of earthquakes: with a view of all the several opinions of the most eminent philosophers in the world, as well ancient as modern. To which is annexed, Some reflections and probable conjectures of the consequents and significations of this calamious accident. Written in Dutch by the excellent pen of Leopold Wettersteint de Hodenstein: and translated into English by Rich. Alcock Gent.; Wettersteint, Leopold,