1689 in England

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Events from the year 1689 in England.








  1. ^ A Full and true account of the sad and dreadful storm that happened on Sunday morning, the 12th of January, 1689. {With} a relation how it happened, and continued, and the damage it has done by land and sea, by blowing down houses, chimneys, trees, killing and wounding divers people, carrying away hay-reeks, corn-reeks, \&c. in damaging churches, casting away ships, boats, lighters, \&c. with other prodigious and fearfull circumstances attending it; the like not known in any age, 1689–1690, retrieved October 27, 2022
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