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Modest observations on the present extraordinary frost

Thomas Tryon

Modest observations on the present extraordinary frost

containing, I. A brief description ... II. An account of the most eminent frosts ... III. Philosophical presages ... IV. The cries of the poor, and an easy way proposed ... for their relief, about London ...

by Thomas Tryon

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Published by Printed by George Larkin, at the lower end of Broadstreet, next to London-Wall in London .
Written in


Edition Notes

Reference: Wing T3186.

StatementBy T.T. [Thomas Tryon].
The Physical Object
Pagination6p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17320021M

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