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Washington, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 22
Destructive hail storm --The Washington (N. C.) Dispatch, of the 30th ult., says that a most disastrous hail storm occurred in that section on the night of the 26th, which seemed to sweep in a regular current, carrying desolation in its train. At Long Acre and Bath Creek Districts, in Beaufort county, corn and other crops were wholly destroyed. Many of the stones found next morning were as large as a man's fist.
Beaufort (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 22
Destructive hail storm --The Washington (N. C.) Dispatch, of the 30th ult., says that a most disastrous hail storm occurred in that section on the night of the 26th, which seemed to sweep in a regular current, carrying desolation in its train. At Long Acre and Bath Creek Districts, in Beaufort county, corn and other crops were wholly destroyed. Many of the stones found next morning were as large as a man's fist.
Old Town creek (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 22
Destructive hail storm --The Washington (N. C.) Dispatch, of the 30th ult., says that a most disastrous hail storm occurred in that section on the night of the 26th, which seemed to sweep in a regular current, carrying desolation in its train. At Long Acre and Bath Creek Districts, in Beaufort county, corn and other crops were wholly destroyed. Many of the stones found next morning were as large as a man's fist.
Destructive hail storm --The Washington (N. C.) Dispatch, of the 30th ult., says that a most disastrous hail storm occurred in that section on the night of the 26th, which seemed to sweep in a regular current, carrying desolation in its train. At Long Acre and Bath Creek Districts, in Beaufort county, corn and other crops were wholly destroyed. Many of the stones found next morning were as large as a man's fist.
Destructive hail storm --The Washington (N. C.) Dispatch, of the 30th ult., says that a most disastrous hail storm occurred in that section on the night of the 26th, which seemed to sweep in a regular current, carrying desolation in its train. At Long Acre and Bath Creek Districts, in Beaufort county, corn and other crops were wholly destroyed. Many of the stones found next morning were as large as a man's fist.