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Earthquakes, tokens of God's power and wrath. [electronic resource] : The dis[solution] of the present world; and the approaching co[nflagra]tion when all things shall be burnt up: with a description of the drowning the old world, and Christ's coming to judgment. : Being a warning to sinners and comfort to the children of God[.] : [Three lines from II. Peter]

Image ID: ps_rbk_530

Earthquakes, tokens of God's power and wrath. [electronic resource] : The dis[solution] of the present world; and the ap... ([1744])

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:  Earthquakes, tokens of God's power and wrath. [electronic resource] : The dis[solution] of the present world; and the approaching co[nflagra]tion when all things shall be burnt up: with a description of the drowning the old world, and Christ's coming to judgment. : Being a warning to sinners and comfort to the children of God[.] : [Three lines from II. Peter]

Published Date

: [1744]

Item Physical Description

: 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. (relief cut)

Notes

: Advertised by Benjamin Gray in the Boston weekly news-letter, June 14, 1744. Note 2.) Text in three columns; relief cut of an earthquake. Note 3.) The only known copy, held by the New York Public Library, is imperfect. Note 4.) Verse of 231 lines, concerning the earthquake felt in New England in June of 1744; first line: Inspired Job speakingof God.

Source Description

: 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. (relief cut)

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Rare Books Division

Digital ID

: ps_rbk_530

Record ID

: 1931609

Digital Item Published

: 11-12-2010; updated 3-25-2011

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