Herigan eac and wurian a e on sinscipe wunia, foran e anon flew eallum mildheortnys and Gifu t h herigan magon.
Micel Gifu ws t re menniscnysse, t he ws Godes Sunu and God sylf, swa hrae swa he ongann man to beonne.
The seismographs at Gifu and Nagoya registered the first half-dozen vibrations, and were then buried beneath the fallen buildings.
Gifu was a total wreck, devastated by ruin and conflagration, causing the destruction of half its houses.
Godes myldheortnys is t we untigede syndon; ac gif we rihtlice lybba, t bi ger ge Godes Gifu ge eac ure agen geornfulnyss.
A similar rapid and then gradual decline in frequency characterises the strong and weak shocks recorded at Gifu.
The seismographs at Gifu and Nagoya were thrown down within the first few seconds, and failed to record the principal motion.
In the spring of 1882, he was stabbed by a fanatic during the reception given in the public park at Gifu.