Terrifick Hurricane at Woodstock (1836)

rest relates that fields stripped bare of crops

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Terrifick Hurricane at Woodstock (1836) - Taaainca Hurricank at w nr. v ceived...
Taaainca Hurricank at w nr. v ceived intelligence from Woodstock (New Brunswick, that that pl.ee ws visited on the 20th instant with one of thp moei uiuiui iiumcanes mat has, perhaps, ever been known 1 an ,K.a Miintnl . . I . : . 1 j , umixu no acscnption could give any i 1 of it. It commenced about Elisha Cunhila's place and t, I . - - ""c u increased in extent, avoid n the wooasioca corner, and came out to the river about Mr. I Beardsley'a. where it did cnnaiHAr.MA a j r I thence it increased to the thing before it. Hailstones, without any exa oration the size of partridge eggs driving in all the windows that were in uie ieai czposea, ana cutting down the o - rass and ffrain I " uacu laRinvtrepa cyme nan oeen used inblnow. - i . t o . - ""i tivi.n. UStlllO. IIIVlo. I ,n course, ana it is supposed that nothing but the chim - nies prevented the houses from going also. Every thing is Z. TZXLL T.ar - !re 1 ri." V ": 11 iaa nver ana oe - nJ J puw qf every thinj U reptcseaL - 4 bavwea roosV . , . uea I , i I tooa 1

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 25 Aug 1836, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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  • Terrifick Hurricane at Woodstock (1836) — rest relates that fields stripped bare of crops

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