Reference numberCLP/4i/52
TitleLetter, regarding an account of a storm at Denbigh in Wales from unknown author to Hans Sloane
DescriptionThe author describes how, in the morning of 16 July 1706, it began to rain in Denbigh. This rain continued incessantly for 30 hours, but not very violently, until the following morning, when it rained somewhat faster, attended with a terrible noise (like thunder) with some flashes of lightning, and a boisterous wind.

Subject: Meteorology

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'An account of a storm of rain that fell at Denbigh in wales: communicated to Dr. Hans Sloane, R. S. Secr'
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1706.0030
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8406Sloane; Sir; Hans (1660 - 1753); physician and collector1660 - 1753
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