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discourse & on the dreadful fire at Ratcliff (highway) July 23, 1794

discourse & on the dreadful fire at Ratcliff (highway) July 23, 1794

(with a preface being a brief historical account of the fire and A discourse, & on the nature of sin)

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Published in (London? .
Written in English


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Caption title.

Statement(Anon.).
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 52, 64 p. ;
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19671747M

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Discourse & on the dreadful fire at Ratcliff (highway) July 23, 1794 Download PDF EPUB FB2

On Wednesday afternoon at 3 o’clock on July 23rd the hamlet of Ratcliff suffered a dreadful fire. It began at Mr Clove’s, a barge-builder at Cock Hill, and was occasioned by the boiling over of a pitch kettle that flood under his warehouse, which was consumed within a very short time.

East London’s riverside districts, with their industrial buildings and warehouses, were the scene of many fires. In Julyan incident at Ratcliffe resulted in London’s biggest fire to take place between the Great Fire of and the Blitz of At 3pm on 23rd July, an unattended kettle of pitch boiled over at Clovers Barge Yard, Cock Hill setting it on fire.

A true narrative of the late dreadful fire: which happened near Limus in Ratcliff, on Wednesday last, being the eighteenth of this instant September, about five of the clock in the morning, and continued till four in the afternoon, and burnt down above forty houses ere it could be extinguished.

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"Listen. The Lord's voice cries unto the city. The man of wisdom shall see Your name. Page [unnumbered] Page 3 LONDONS Consumption by FIRE. UPon the second of September the Fire began in London, at one Farryners House, a Baker in Pudding-Lane, between the hours of one and two in the Morning, and con∣tinued burning until the sixth of September fol∣lowing; consuming, as by the Surveyors ap∣pears in Print, three hundred seventy three Acres within the Walls of the City.

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Due Preparations for the Plague, as Well for Soul as Body. Due Preparations for the Plague, as Well for Soul as Body bring brought captain carried caused comfort coming continued conversing danger dead Dear death Defoe died discourse distemper door doubt dreadful encourage fire friends frighted give given hand heard heart hope infected.

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