Earthquakes the works of God, and tokens of his just displeasure being a discourse on that subject wherein is given a particular description of this awful event of Providence. And among other things is offer'd a brief account of the natural, instrumental, or secondary causes of these operations in the hands of God. After which, our thoughts are led up to Him, as having the highest and principal agency in this stupendous work. By Thomas Prince, A.M. and one of the Pastors of the South Church in Boston. Made public at this time on occasion of the late dreadful earthquake which happen'd on the 18th of Nov. 1755

Main Author: Prince, Thomas
Format: eBook
Published: Boston printed and sold by D. Fowle in Ann-Street, and by Z. Fowle in Middle-Street 1755, 1755
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:"Appendix concerning the operation of God in earthquakes by means of the electrical substance."--p. 20-23. - Caption title: God shakes the earth because he is wroth. - English Short Title Catalog, W31784. - Evans, 7549. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Sabin, 65593. - Two states noted. One has a printer's prospectus on p. [24] and errata on p. 23; the other does not have a printer's prospectus on p. [24] or errata on p. 23
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