In 1186 A.D. This year in Germany the winter was warmer than had known for a long time. The vegetation was very advanced. In 1186 [in France], the harvest took place in May and the grape harvest for the wine in August, the trees were blooming in the middle of winter. . In 1186, there was an eclipse of the sun in Poland and Russia and the hottest winter that ever was felt in these parts. Then came a sweeping plague. In Corinthia in Germany [Greece?], great swarms of locusts, with prodigious large bodies eat up all sorts of green vegetables, hence a barrenness of land, dearth, famine and pestilence.
1187 A.D. In England, there were great floods. There was a grievous and pestilent mortality of men and cattle in England. There were great floods and inundations. In Novgorod [Russia], there was very terrible thunder and lightning. [The people] having come with crosses from St. Sophia to St. Michael’s and singing nine hymns, the thunder and lightning struck and all the people fell, and the church caught fire, but by the mercy of God and by the prayers of St. Michael, there was no harm done to the church; but two men were dead. In 1188 A.D. In England, there were inundations of the sea that “killed very much people and cattle.” On Sunday 6 July 1188, rose a tempest of wind, rain, thunder, lightning, and hail the size of pigeon’s eggs. The sea overflowed its banks a great height and killed many people and cattle in England. [The summer of] 1188 produced extraordinary heat and droughts. In many places, rivers, springs and wells dried up. France also suffered another misfortune because of the multiple fires [that were spawned] 
In 1215 A.D. In the English Channel there was a great hurricane off the coast of Calais, France. A number of the Norman nobility on their way to assist King John against the barons were wrecked. A powerful storm struck in 1215 on the coast of Calais, France. Hugh de Beanvais and several thousand foreigners, on their voyage to assist King John against the barons perished. In the Novgorod Republic [now part of Russia] during autumn, much harm was done; frost killed the corn [grain] crops throughout the district, but at Torzhok all remained whole. The Knyaz [prince] seized all the corn in Torzhok and would not let one cartload into the city [Novgorod]. And in Novgorod it was very bad. They bought one barrel [11½ pecks] of rye for ten grivnas [grivna is a circular ingot of silver], one of oats for three grivnas, a load of turnips for two grivnas. People ate pine bark and lime tree leave and moss. Oh brothers, then was the trouble; they gave their children into slavery. They dug a public grave and filled it full. Oh, there was trouble! Corpses in the marketplace, corpses in the street, corpses in the fields; the dogs could not eat up the men.
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