Reference numberRBO/7/118
Alternative reference numberRBO.7.302
Title'A true and exact relation of the Dismal and Surprizing Effects of a terrible and unusual clap of thunder with lightning that fell on the Trumball Gally' communicated by Robert Mawgridge, Kettle drummer unto his Majesty and the Surgeon of the said ship, to William Griffith
DescriptionAccount of the effects of thunder and lightning on the Galley ship which was anchored at Smirna [Smyrna] on 26 November 1696
Read to the Royal Society on 8 December 1697
Extent3 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 19, no 235, p 782
Related records in the catalogueEL/M2/6
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