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METEOROLOGICAL TABLES, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the
N.8.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, after. noon. The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer.
M.41 29.716 1.61
GSM.16 29.235 1.571
A. 54' .430 1.56
M.18 .2 16 11.58
A. 54 .609 1.58 .115 11.58)
99 | M.575
M.42 29.730 M.581
.682 1.55 M.49 .631 M.56) Fair, with
JA.51 .520 1.55
M.46 .29 M.54 |
A.51 28.991 1.54)
M.39 1 .96.1.57 U
UA. *3 29.586 1. 50
M.36 .586 M.48
A. 46 .393 A. 57
.290 M 471 U 1.52 .99€ 1.55
A. 16 .55 4. 571
25 ) M.49
UA. 48 .375 A. 51
SM,37 .315 M.53
* L'A. 41 .910 1.50 )
.364 1.51) 11.50 28.761.60
Morn. rain, AS M.38 28.928 M.50 il
Average of Rain, 1.480 inches.
Rain morn. Dull day. Fair, with sunshine, Fair, but dull. Heavy sh. mid. of day. Fair, but dull. Foren. rain, aftern. fair. Foren. dull, rain,aft.fair. Foren. h. ra. aftern, fair. Fair for the day. Fair, with sunshine. Foren. shrs. ait, fair. Heavy shr. hailat noon. Fair, with sunshine. Frost morn. Foren.sunsh Rain morn. Fair day.
.689 V1.48 ISW.
M.47 29.610 M.58
Foren.sunsh. UA.58 .559 1.63
slight showrs i
A. 55 .388 A. 63
aftern, dull. M.19 .488 M.63
331 A. 62
aft. showers. M.45 .102 M.58 ) h. rain morn.
M.45 .350 M.61 1
Foren.surish. UA.51 .375 A. 59 NW. fair day.
.392/A. 60 A.55
aftern. dull M.13 .344 M.61). Sunsh. with
M.441 .396 M.61
sunshine. M.11 .388 M.60
Dull & cold,
SM.12 .191 M.571 Morn. frost,
day fr.sunsh. M.43 .338 M.60
day foggy M.15) .610 M.59) Morn, rain,
Fair, with A.57 ,561'A. 62} day fair.
sunshine. M.51 .325 M.64 Rain most
Foren. fair, A. 64 ,524'A. 62
ZUA. 59'1 .765 A. 59 . aftern. rain.
day sunsh. 28 A.56 .704 A. 60) but warm. M.48 ,525 M.59
Rain most .108 A. 57 most of day. UA.56
of day. M.15) .292 M.551 Forn. h.rain,
M.45 .672 M.60
Rain morn. VA. 50 .408 4.551
A. 54 .718 A. 60
fair day. M.11 .325 M.57
31 ) M.45
.840.A.58 . Showers rain.
aftern. fair. 1