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" All human difficulties, to be dealt with, must be understood : were understanding and skill applied to the future construction of houses and cities in Southern Italy, few, if any, human lives need ever be again lost by earthquakes; which there must recur,... "
Great Neapolitan Earthquake of 1857: The First Principles of Observational ... - Page 383
by Robert Mallet - 1862
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The Overland Monthly, Volume 1

Bret Harte - California - 1868
...forethought and knowledge to subjugate this as every other apparent evil of his estate, by skill and labor. All human difficulties to be dealt with must be understood...ever be again lost by earthquakes, which there must occur in their times and seasons." And this was said after a thorough investigation, upon the ground,...
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A Treatise on Earthquake Dangers Causes and Palliatives

Thos. Rowlandson - 1869
...Where, then, shall the timid flee in order to avoid earthquakes? It is well observed by Mr. Mallet, that “all human difficulties to be dealt with must be...earthquakes, which there must recur in their times and seasons.” Mr. Mallet states that this important fact has been pointed out by several Italian...
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The North American Review, Volume 108

1869
...evil of his estate, by skill and labor." He further adds, in reference to this important question : " Were understanding and skill applied to the future...Southern Italy, few, if any, human lives need ever again be lost by earthquakes, which there must recur, in their times and seasons." What is true of...
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The North American Review, Volume 108

1869
...evil of his estate, by skill and labor." He further adds, in reference to this important question : " Were understanding and skill applied to the future...houses and cities in Southern Italy, few, if any, human li need ever again be lost by earthquakes, which there must recur, in their times and seasons." What...
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