Some really really good ones if you look closely:
It was confirmed that the floods drowned 20,000 people to death.
This occurred during global cooling and the Little Ice Age(1500-1850)
Figure 16: Prices of wheat expressed in Dutch guilders per 100 kg. in various countries vs. time.
Figure 17: Price of rye in Germany vs. time expressed as an index. (Source: Lamb, 1995)
"Each of the peaks in prices corresponds to a particularly poor harvest, mostly due to unfavorable climates with the most notable peak in the year 1816 - "the year without a summer." One of the worst famines in the seventeenth century occurred in France due to the failed harvest of 1693. Millions of people in France and surrounding countries were killed."
Compare that to the current climate optimum with massive benefits from increasing CO2, along with a beneficial warming of +1 Deg. over the last century......best weather/climate for life and crop growing(which continue to smash record yields, not in spite of climate change but because of it) in the last 1,000 years..........since it was last this warm during the Medieval Warm Period.