A sad and terrible relation of the dreadful earth-quake that happened at Jamaco, in the West-Indies, on the 7th. of July, 1692

Publication Date1692
RemainderWith an account of the great damage it did at Port-Royal, and in divers other places of that island, to the destruction of many people and buildings, with the Swan frigat, by the shaking and opening of the earth, and inundations of water. Also, an account of the utter defeat of the French then landed there; with the burning of their ship, and killing about three hundred of their men. Licensed according to order
Extent[2], 14 p.
Publisherprinted for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, and J. Back

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