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Harrison, Samuel 1864a

Harrison, Samuel. A Complete History of the Great Flood at Sheffield on March 11 & 12, 1864; being a True and Original Narrative from Authentic Sources, Comprising Numerous Facts, Incidnts, and Statistics never before published. To which are added Official Lists of the Dead and Missing, Giving the Names, Ages, and Residences of all the Victims, when and where found, and where interred: Official returns showing the number of buildings and houses destroyed and injured in each locality: Mr Rawlinson's report to Governmnet on the causes of the flood. Full report of the inquest; measures of relief, the Water Company & its reliability, &c., &c. Illustrated with twenty views of the principal scenes described, taken from photographs. London and Sheffield: Published by S. Harrison, 1864. viii, 9-160 pp. Illus.


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