Flood Damage Amsterdam Netherlands Early Works To 1800 : A relation of the great and wonderful inundation of vvaters in North-holland, VVaterland, &c. : VVhereby not onely the city of Amsterdam hath received many millions of damage in marchandize, housing, and shipping, &c. but also many hundreds of men, women, and children have perished therein. Confirmed by the letters and reports of several the most eminent merchants and persons of credit now living in those parts.; J. W.
Flood Griffin 1623 : The life and death of Griffin Flood informer : Whose cunning courses, churlish manners, and troublesome informations, molested a number of plaine dealing people in this city of London. Wherein is also declared the murther of Iohn Chipperford Vinter, for twich fact the said Griffin Flood was pressed to death the 18. day of Ianuary last past.
Flood Henry 1732 1791 : Henry Flood : patriots and politics in eighteenth-century Ireland.; Kelly, James,
Flood John : Natures cruell step-dames: or, Matchlesse monsters of the female sex; Elizabeth Barnes, and Anne Willis : Who were executed the 26. day of April, 1637. at Tyburne, for the unnaturall murthering of their owne children. Also, herein is contained their severall confessions, and the courts just proceedings against other notorious malefactors, with their severall offences this sessions. Further, a relation of the wicked life and impenitent death of Iohn Flood, who raped his owne childe.; Goodcole, Henry,
Floods Africa French Speaking West : Estimation des débits de crues décennales pour des bassins versants de superficie inférieure à 200 km² en Afrique occidentale / edited by J. Rodier & C. Auvray.; France office de la Recherche Scientifique et Technique outre-mer, Comite Interafricain d'Etudes Hydrauliques.
Floods Amsterdam Netherlands Early Works To 1800 : A relation of the great and wonderful inundation of vvaters in North-holland, VVaterland, &c. : VVhereby not onely the city of Amsterdam hath received many millions of damage in marchandize, housing, and shipping, &c. but also many hundreds of men, women, and children have perished therein. Confirmed by the letters and reports of several the most eminent merchants and persons of credit now living in those parts.; J. W.
Floods Caribbean Area : Enduring geohazards in the Caribbean : moving from the reactive to the proactive / edited by Serwan M.J. Baban.
Floods China : Report of the National Flood Relief Commission, 1931-1932.; China. National Flood Relief Commission.
Floods England London Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the great and terrible inundation of waters, and over-flowering of the lower-town of Deptford, on Thursday last, about two of the clock in the afternoon: : With the manner how the river of Thames brake into the merchants yard, Greenwich Meadows, and several other places; removed great trees, level'd strong foundations, drowned may hundreds of cattel, and flowing up to the second story of the Chambers, insomuch, that the water-men were forced to row up and down the streets with their boats, to take men, women, and children, out of their windows, and to save little children that swum in their cradles: With the appearing of three black clouds immediatly before the floud, foreshewing the strange things that will happen, a sudden change, and each man to enjoy his own again.
Floods Europe Early Works To 1800 : Strange and terrible news, from Holland, and Yarmouth. : Being, a perfect relation, concerning the inundation of the south sea; and of its drowning the rich and populous city of Amsterdam; with divers other places in Friesland, Holland, Brabant, and Flanders, and the names of them. Also, the over-flowing of the river of Rhine, and sinking 60 parish churches, and drowning 100000 men, women and children; and how they row in boats near Amsterdam, over the tops of houses. Togethek, [sic] with the breaking in of the sea at Soal (near Yarmouth) drowning a great part of the country and many cattle; also casting many ships upon the land, and forcing others to sea in that storm.
Floods Great Britain Religious Aspects : Gods vvarning to His people of England, by the great overflowing of the waters or floudes lately hapned in South-Wales and many other places : vvherein is declared the great losses and wonderfull damages that hapned thereby, by the drowning of many townes and villages to the vtter vndooing of many thousandes of people.; Jones, William,
Floods Ireland : A Full and true account of the vvonderful eruptions of a prodigious burning mountain, : vvhich cast out vast quantities of fire to the destruction of several whole tovvns. Together with a relation of a vvonderful earth-quake. Likewise strange and vvonderful news from Ireland; giving a relation of a great flood that hapened there by rain. / As it tis now sent in a letter to His Majesty ...
Floods Netherlands : A True and perfect relation of the late and dreadful inundation which happened in Holland on Sunday Novemb. 3, 1675 at 4 of the clock afternoon, Saturn being then in opposition to Mars : by which lamentable accident all the land is set under water from Amsterdam to Leyden, Utrecht, Woorden, Tergow, all South-Holland, and a great part of North-Holland, about Hoorn, &c. : together with an account of those further miseries and calamities that followed thereupon, as the drowning of men, women and children, and multitudes of cattel : as also a brief account of a dreaful storm with thunder and lightning on the same day at Antwerp and Gent, to the loss of the lives of divers porsons [sic].
Floods Netherlands Early Works To 1800 : Sad and lamentable newes from Holland : Being a true relation of the great and wonderful inundation of waters, that brake in at the town of Gorkham, in the night-time, near the city of Amsterdam, where many stately houses became bnried [sic] in the violent waves; both men, vvomen and children perishing in the raging billows. Also, the manner how the waters brake in again with great violence, on Munday last about noon, at the two strong sluces of Bonmel and Thieler, where about thirty villages were drowned and not any thing to be seen, but the tops of some few steeples and chimneys, many perishing in the vvaters; some escaping in boats, and the poor infants floating upon the raging vvaves in their swadling-bands and cradles together with the sad and wofull cries and groans of the poor distressed inhabitants; and the ringing of the bells backward, to prevent the perishing of others.
Floods Rome Early Works To 1800 : A terrible deluge or ouerflowing in Roome, at their Christmasse last : whereby a great number of houses were ouerthrowne, to the value of sixe millions of duckets lost, and a thousane foure hundred persons drowned.
Floods Sermons : Our Saviour standing at the door : a sermon preached at the Hague in Holland before the States-General of the United Provinces, upon the twenty first day of October last past, concerning the sad and late dreadful inundation / by Frederick Spanheim ; and since rendred into English for publick benefit by W.L.; Spanheim, Friedrich,
Floods Somalia : Where soldiers fear to tread : at work in the fields of anarchy / John S. Burnett.; Burnett, John S.
Floods Wales Early Works To 1800 : Gods vvarning to his people of England : By the great ouer-flowing of the vvaters or floudes lately hapned in South-wales and many other places. Wherein is described the great losses, and wonderfull damages, that hapned thereby: by the drowning of many townes and villages, to the vtter vndooing of many thousandes of people.; Jones, William,