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" The narratives of those situated towards the northern and southern extremities of the sound area, all described what they had heard, as a low, grating, heavy, sighing rush, of twenty to sixty seconds in duration, some thinking that it was also a sort... "
Great Neapolitan Earthquake of 1857: The First Principles of Observational ... - Page 286
by Robert Mallet - 1862
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A Treatise on Earthquake Dangers Causes and Palliatives

Thos. Rowlandson - 1869
...earthquake of 1857, except within a very limited portion of the central area of great disturbance. The narratives of those situated towards the northern...sound area, all described what they had heard as a lQW, grating, heavy, sighing rush, of twenty to sixty seconds in duration; some thinking that it was...
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Earthquakes and Other Earth Movements

John Milne - Earthquakes - 1886 - 363 pages
...accompany the shock. Those at the northern and southern extremity of the sound area all described what they heard as a ' low, grating, heavy, sighing rush, of twenty to sixty seconds' duration.' Those in the middle and towards the east and west boundaries of this area described a sound...
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Earthquakes and Other Earth Movements

John Milne - Earthquakes - 1886 - 363 pages
...accompany the shock. Those at the northern and southern extremity of the sound area all described what they heard as a ' low, grating, heavy, sighing rush, of twenty to sixty seconds' duration.' Those in the middle and towards the east and west boundaries of this area described a sound...
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Earthquakes and Other Earth Movements

John Milne - Earthquakes - 1891 - 376 pages
...accompany the shock. Those at the northern and southern extremity of the sound area all described what they heard as a ' low, grating, heavy, sighing rush, of twenty to sixty seconds' duration.' Those in the middle and towards the east and west boundaries of this area described a sound...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 9; Volume 29

Henry Woodward - Electronic journals - 1892
...SE All the observers towards the northern and southern extremities of this area described the sound as "a low, grating, heavy, sighing rush, of twenty...succession." Those " who were situated towards the middle of the sound-area, and towards its east and west boundaries, on the contrary, very generally...
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