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    AURORA OF NOV. 14, 1837

    On Nov. 14, 1837, the fiery aurora of the 25th of January of that year was repeated on a still grander scale. In a work published at the close of the first century of American independence, calledLDT 29.2

    “Our First Century,” we read of this extraordinary display:—LDT 30.1

    “Years of observation, covering many countries and embracing all latitudes, give no record of any display of auroral glories equal in sublimity and magnificence and extent to the aurora borealis of Nov. 14, 1837.... So extensive was this magnificent celestial phenomenon that it exhibited its wonderful splendors contemporaneously to the inhabitants of Europe and America.... It was such a sight as fills the mind with wonder and awe; and in America, at least, was the most marvelous of the kind ever known.”LDT 30.2

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