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Sherlock, Thomas, attrib
The Theory and History of Earthquakes. Containing, I. A rational account of their causes and effects; . II. A particular and authentic history of those which have happened in these kingdoms, . III. Some seasonable reflections on the two late earthquakes, .
Printed for and sold by J. Newbery; R. Baldwin; J. Brindley; G. Woodfall; and M. Sheepey, London, 1750. 8vo. 62pp. Usually attributed to Thomas Sherlock (1678-1761), a Church of England bishop. Bound to style in quarter leather, marbled paper boards, leather lettering label, gilt. The title page has a repaired closed tear (no loss); lacking the half title and the single page appendix sometimes present. A very good copy. Very scarce. ESTC T78656. Sabin 95318. Roscoe A584 (1). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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