This is the actual paper from November 1766,The London Magazine
MARTINIQUE HURRICANE AUGUST 13TH 1766
Account of the Hurricane starts with the last paragraph on the right side
ACCOUNT OF HURRICANE STARTS HERE
1766, August 13 and 14. A tremendous hurricane ravaged Martinique so that its effects were felt for twenty years after. It commenced on the 13th of August at ten o'clock at night, with a strong wind from the north-west, which was followed by an earthquake. About one hundred persons lost their lives, and upwards of thirty-five ships foundered or were stranded. Warden.