The surprizing miracles of nature and art [electronic resource] : In two parts. Part I. The miracles of nature, or the strange signs and prodigious aspects and appearances in the heavens, the earth, and the waters, for many hundred years; with an account of the most famous comets, and other prodigies, since the birth of our Blessed Saviour, and the dreadful effects of many of them. Part II. The miracles of art, describing the most magnificent buildings, and other curious inventions in all ages and nations; as Solomon's temple, the seven wonders of the world, the temple of Diana, and many more excellent structures and rarities throughout the whole earth. Also, a particular description of the two burning mountains, t̆na and vesuvius, with their several eruptions. Together with the signs seen in the heavens and earth, at Jerusalem, before its destruction, &c. With abundance of other unaccountable accidents and productions of all kinds, till this present time. By R. Burton, author of the history of the wars of England; wonderful prodigies; unparalleled varieties, &c.

Uniform Title
Miracles of art and nature
Imprint
Edinburgh : Printed by David Paterson, and sold by him at his Printing-House opposite Libberton's Wynd, Lawn-Market; and by the booksellers, 1763.
Physical description
298p. ; 8⁰.
Series
Eighteenth century collections online.
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