Page:Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume 1 (2nd edition).djvu/294

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262 ?4c?unt of the Vo!?tdc Island. ?henomenon. It is remarkable that as far back as the 2$th June, dmiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm, on his return home, and passing nearly over the present position of this volcano, experienced several severe shocks, which were attributed to earthquake. _And two other facts are still more worthy of notice. A tradition exist? at Mal?, that a volcano existed in the same spot about the com- mencement of the last century; and one of the officers of the St. Vincent haz an old chart of the Mediterranean, published by G. l?aden, which lays down a shoal w?th only four fathoms olJ it, and called Larmour's Breakers, within a mile of the same latitude and longitude. Dig,tiz?d by Google