Earthquakes of 1750 Essay by The Research Group

Earthquakes of 1750
A review of historical accounts of the 1750 London earthquakes.
# 69776 | 1,150 words | 11 sources | APA | 2003 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2003 in History (British)


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This paper presents a review of historical accounts of the 1750 London earthquakes. It looks at issues that must be considered in reading the original reports of the earthquakes and the differences in interpretations in the reports.

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"Perhaps the most significant distinction that can be made between thes econdary reports of Lecky and Langford and that of Speck is that the former attribute the prediction of the third earthquake to a crazy soldier and a lunatic trooper ..."

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