Natsume Soseki : The psychological world of Natsume Soseki with an introduction and synopses.; Doi, Takeo.
Natural Areas : Can protected areas contribute to poverty reduction? : opportunities and limitations / Lea M. Scherl ... [et al.].
Natural Areas Congresses : Nature reserves : who needs them? : proceedings of a conference held by the Nature Conservancy Council, in Birmingham, on 8-10 January 1991 / edited by T. G. Lawson and T. M. Reid.
Natural Disasters England Cheshire History 17th Century : The Late dreadful and most admired calamity of a parcel of land : and many great oaks, and other trees sunk many yards under ground into so deep a water that the tops of the highest oaks are not to be seen, together with a great quantity of land and other trees that are daily falling ... neer unto the parish of Bulkley, about nine miles from Chester, it being part of the land of the Lord Cholmley : this strange accident hapned on the 8 day of Iuly 1657.
Natural Disasters England Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the many sad and lamentable accidents that have happened : by the fearfull floods occasioned by the late unusual rains in several counties of England, for several days past by which many people, cattle, houses, barnes, much corn and the like have been destroyed, together with the dismal effects of the prodigeous thunder and lightening very amazing and dreadfully attended with many fearful circumstances well worthy the perusal of all Christians.
Natural Disasters England Erpingham Early Works To 1800 : Two letters: the first, being a relation of a sad accident that fell out at Erpingham neer Norwich : July 2. shewing how a fire-ball fell from the heavens into the parish church there, broke down part of the steeple and several places in the church-wall, kill'd one man and wounded diverse, &c. The second, being a relation of a strange sight in the heavens, seen by three justices of the peace their sons. Dated, Hungerford in Wiltshire, June 19. 1665.
Natural Disasters Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Strange and true news from Lincoln-shire, Huntinton-shire, Bedford-shire, Northampton-shire, Suffolk, and Norfolk : with Wiltshire, and Sommerset shire, and many other places. Being a true relation of the great and many floods and inundations that happened in England, in December, and January, and March 1674. The smothering of people in snow; the drowning of many cattel, the beating down of bridges and houses, the washing up of corn by the roots, and drowning of many people. To the great loss and grief of many hundreds in this nation. Also an account of many great waters, that happened in the reigns of Henry the 3d. Edward the 2d. Henry the 4th. Henry the 6th. Richard the 3d. Henry the 7th. Henry the 8th. Queen Mary, and the unmerciful vvaters that fell in King Jame's reign: as the book within doth more largely make mention.; L. W.
Natural Disasters History : Historical disasters in context : science, religion, and politics / edited by Andrea Janku, Gerrit Jasper Schenk, and Franz Mauelshagen.