Source:Harrison, Samuel. Complete History of the Great Flood at Sheffield on March 11 and 12, 1864 : Being a True and Original Narrative, from Authentic

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Source 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, incidents, 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 government on the causes of the flood : full report of the inquest, measures of relief, the water company & its liability, &c., &c
Author Harrison, Samuel
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Place Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Subject History
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Publisher S. Harrison
Date issued 1864
Place issued London
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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, incidents, 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 government on the causes of the flood : full report of the inquest, measures of relief, the water company & its liability, &c., &c. (London: S. Harrison, 1864).
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