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IV. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR NEWTOWN,

Bucks Co. PENN.
Lat. 40° 15' N. Long. 74° 57' W.; being an Abstract from the Observations

of Mr. L. H. Parsons.
1. SUMMARY FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1843.

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7 A. M.

2 P. M.

9 P. M.

Maximum

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July,

69.31 70.20 67.48 88 * 573 31 303 30.093 30.013 30.073 30.32 21 29.79 31 .53 August, 65.32 74.77 61.31 83

1619

133, 30.10- 30.109 30.114 30.38 23 29.70 29 .68 Sept. 56.10 69.01 55.93 57

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23 50 30.07330.051 30.079 30.28 26 29.66 13 .62 Oct. 42.45 59.99 47.67 70 231 21 393 30.050 30.027 30.059 30.44 38 29.63 15.81 Nov. 32.32 44.07 36.02 63 619 29 441 30.061 30.053 30.092 30.42 25 -9.31 16 1.11 Dec. 29.82 38.09 31.17 415 3151 24 27 30.03530.020 30.018 30.57 24 29.38 21 1.19 Jan, '43.32.92 42.63 36.02 56 20 8 4 50 30.035 30.021 30.052 30.69 17-29.03 31 1.66

611.12 Feb. 25.65 30.73 25.52 43 26 64 18 315 29.587-29.862 29.941 30.41 10 29.29 March, 24.49 43.14 26.3753

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3 39° -29.909 29.906 29.9:35 30.34 27 29.12 28 1.21 April, 43.84 53.26 45.1473 2429A 2 134 30.019 29.96 30.019 30.29 21 29.44 8.85 May, 53.02 68.52 53.50 84

15 10

314 30.0-2 30.059 30.101 30.42 3 29.77 21.65 June, 62.40 79.51 64.41 904 1038 2 513 30.055 30.056 30.0-0 30.45 20 29.72 14 73

Year. 44.8555.06'16.29 901 (a) 8 (0) 22, 30.036 30.031 30.018 30.69 (C) 29.03 (d) 1.66 Yr. 1849. 46.20 57.29 47.52 69 (e) 10 ($)78 30.022 29.995 29.973 30.57 (g) 28.95 (h) 1.62 Yr.1811. 45.41 55.52 46.85 924 (i) x (1 911 29.999 29.977 29.986 30.78 (k) 29.02 (2)1.76 Yr. 1840. 48.97 58.41 47.19 894 (m) 6 (n) 95j 30.010 29.962 29.9.13 30.58 (0) -29.17 (p) 1.41) Yr. 1839. 49.25 60.36 40.95 95 (9) 1 (1) 94 29.984 29.982 29.969 30.74 (s ) "28.90! (c) 1.841

(a) June 10.-(6) Jan. 4.-(e) Jan. 17.—(d) Jan. 31.—(e) July 27.(f) Feb. 17.—(8) Dec. 24.—(h) Feb. 16.–(i) June 8.-(1) Jan. 4.-(k) Jan. 19.—(1) April 30.—(m) July 16.—(n) Feb. 5.—(0) Jan. 26.—(P) May 4.(9) July 19.—(r) Jan. 1.—(8) Jan. 1.-() Dec. 28.

2. WEATHER FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1843.

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Remark. — The figures in the above table under the heads of 'Clear, and 'Cloudy,' denote the number of days which were perfectly clear, or entirely cloudy, at the times when the respective entries were made, viz. at 7 A. M., and at 2 and 9 P. M.; and, so far as observed, during the day.

V.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR TRENTON, N. J.

For the Year 1842; by Dr. F. A. Ewing.
Observations at Sun-rise, 2 P. M., and 10 P. M.

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No. of Rains.
coc No. of Snows.

S. W.

S.

S. W

101

S. W.
S. W.
S. E.
S. W.

7 4

Jan. 61. 13 51 36.21

5 3

[quake. Feb. 66, 14 52 38.87

7 3 Several shocks of earthMarch, 711 24 47 45.85

S. W. 10 1] Violets, &c., bloomed.
April, 80 29 51 51.55
May, 7941 38 56.49 s, W. 14
June, 85 42 43 65.77

13
July,
87 59 28 72.89

13 Aug. 84 53 31 70.09

12 Sept. $6' 39 47 63.18

First Frost, 22d.
Oct. 72 33 39 52.52 N. W.
Nov. 65 15 50 38.78

7 4 First Snow, 16th. Dec. 49 14 35 32.81

5 3 Year, 87 13 174 52.08

(10714 Total Depth, 7 inches. The hottest day of the year was July 30th, the mean of that day being 79°66. There were 61 days, the mean temperature of which was 70°, or above. The coldest day was February 17th, the mean being 190. There were but 27 days, the mean temperature of which was below 32o. VI. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR AUGUSTA, Ga.

Lat. 33° 28' N., Long. 81° 54' W.
By Moses Holbrook, A. M., M. D.

$. W.
N. W.

S. W

Thermometer.

Prevailing
Winds.

Weather.

Months. 1812.

Sunrise.

1 P. M

Meau Monthly
9 P. M.
3. Temperature.

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January, 39.57 51.26 46.74 16.96 25:230 70.101h
Feb.

43.46 61,39 44.99 50.91 33. 9th 78.13th
March, 56.40 70.87 60.74 62.75 37.16th 80. 6th
April, 56.64 75.76 91.50 61.55 14. 2d 83.25th
May,

62.1 -2.77 68.10 71.06 15. 5th 6.201h-27th

69.43 $5.70 78.16.77.79 56. 30 922.27th
July, 70.03 -9.35 73.90 77.76 64.16th 92.20th-24th
Aug.

67.94 79.97 72.26 73.39 55. 2d 99.10th
Sept. 66.60 81.90 72.03 73.51 53.291h 92.11th-12th
Oct. 53.06 67.39 58.39 59.61 42.29th $1. 4th
Nov. 39.5351.90 15.10 66.17 22.2012 70. 3d
Dec. 136.55 51.29 10.19 42.67 15.21th 76. Sth
Annual 55.14 71.54 60.17 63.95 40.09

50.75 Means.

Slow 22nArA North West.

cours TED vees North East.
El Tercera South West.
Concouro cera v/Soutt. East.
--09--0---Variable.

June,

Variable. -O-Oswa Cloudy.

Sam Rain. POO0000000 Sleet or Snow.

17
13 4

18 5 1 18 11
4 7 14 5 0 17 0 13 0 0

8 10 6 5 14 13

12 9 2 5 15 4 11 7 8 2 13

23 00 5 10 4 11 12 0 19 0 0 8 18 4 0 0 22 0 8 00

3 23 5 0 0 25 1 5 00 14 5 5 5 1 20 3 7 0 0 9 9 12 0

22 5

4 0 0 61 116 113 58 17212 25 126,0 2

Coldest day, December 25th.

Warmest days, May 20th and 27th.

VII. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR MOBILE, ALA. Lal. 30° 41' 48'N., Long. 87° 59' W.; for the year 1842: by Dr. Steph. B. North

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2. WEATHER, WINDS, AND QUANTITY OF PAIN.

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Crno. North.

O AO A South East.

a Ana North East,

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January,
14 11

1.655 2.880 February, 14 3 11 6 2

8 5 5 1

1 1.944 310 March, 8 12 11 2

4 16 31 1 1.548 5. 85 April, 165 9 5 2

12 2 3 1.611 6.3 0 May, 18 6 7

21

2 1.397 1.364 June, 10 4 16 2

5 19

1.322 3.000 July, 13 18. 2 4 9 11

1 1.191 5.145 August,

9 6 16

2 1 2 17 6 2 1 1.204 12.708 September, 6 7 17 1 5 1 7 5 9

2 1.477 2.911 October,

21 5 5 14 5 3 5 2 2 1.301 1.561 November, 17 6 7 10 8 1 7 1 1 1 1 2.155 6.355 December, 15 8 88 7

3 74 2 1.763 2.262 Total, 1148 81 136 59 46 7 58 127 47 5 16 1.547 54.947 The direction of the Wind was observed at 9 A. M., Noon, and 3 P. M.; and occasionally at 9 P. M.

The Thermometer highest, July 21st;- lowest, December 24th.

VIII. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR NATCHEZ, Miss. For 1842. Lat. 31° 34', Long. 91° 24' 42"; by Henry Tooley.

Rain. Weather.

Thermometer.

Barometer.

Attached
Thermometer.

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Cloudy.
Rainy.

January, 49.5 56.7 58.7 29.899 29.858 29.907 52.2 57.1 59.1 3.52 3 1513 Feb.

50.5 55,9 56.4 29.838 29.839 29.789 52.2 56.8 59. 7.311 6 13 9 March, 66.3 69.5 73.5 29.823 29.931 29.915 66.2 69.8 76.4 3.93 2 20 9 April, 65.6 70.8 76.5 29.807 29.832 29.827 66. 71.178.1 5.07 6 16 8

May, 69.1 78. 183.7 29.812 29.869 29.817 74.3 77.6 84.2 .45 3 25 3 June, 74.8 83.1 96.8 29.789 29.778 29.776 76.1 82.8 85.2 6.40 209 July, 75.281.9 83.3 29.854 29.877 29.8-10 75. 79.983.1 1.74 0 24 7 August, 72.1 81. 83.7 29.803 29.825 29.827 74.9 80.4 82. 1.94 2 1910 Septem. 71.978.9 81.6 29.789 29.802 29.771 74.1 79. 179.4 464 0 1812 October, 58. 169. 73.729.933 29.813 29.854 63.6 68.671.8 1.73 10 17 4 Novem. 50.6 54.9 57.6 29.816 29.912 29.853 51.5 56.1 58.2 5.42 2 19 9 Decem. 44.7 51.6 55.5 29.971 29.976 29.942 47.2 53.3 56.3 1.37 2 27 2 Mean, 62.3 69.2 72.5 29.838 29,859 29.813 64.4 69.3 72.7. 43.52 37 233,95| Coldest, 27. 31. 40. Nov. 18. Feb. 2, Barometer highest, 30° 36'. Hottest, 76. 88. 94. July 20. Feb. 3, Barometer lowest, 29° 271. IX. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR VICKSBURG, Miss.

For the year ending 30th November, 1842. By N. W. Hatch.

Barometer.

Thermometer.

Mean.

Mean.

Months,

1941. Dec. 29.93 29.94 29.92 29.93 30.30 29.60 70 43.48 55.61 56.33 51.82 762749 1842. Jan. 29.92 29.91 29.19 29.91 30.23 29.62 61 47.22 59.45 60.48,55.71' 76 31 45 Feb, 29.86 29.58 29.83 29.86 30.22 29.22 100 47.64 57.10 59.60 54.787528 47 Mar. 29.91 29.95 29.90 29.92 30.35 29.42 93 60.71 72.55 70.87.68.04 84 44 40 Apr. 29.81 29.85 29.81 29.82 30.05 29.50 55 58.96 74.76 72.43 68.72 83 42 41 May, 29.75 29.82 29.73 29.50 30.06 29.53 53 65.45 83.93 76.39 75.28 94 50 44 June, 29.67 29.70 29.67 29.68 29.82 29.52 30 72.23 85.76 80.53 79.51 91 65 26 July, 29.78 29.52 29.78 29.79 29.96 29.62 34 71.45 86.52 79.84 79.27 94 64 30 Aug. 29.74 29.84 29.74 29.77 29.92 29.64 28 69.50 85.19 80.32 78.50 92.62 30 Sept. 129.51 29.85 29.81 29.52 29.95 29.66 29 69.10 81.93 78.56 76.53 94 56.38 Oct. 29.87 29.87 29.83 29.86 30.02 29.64 38 53.87 69.13 68.68 63.89 8435 46 Nov. 29.89 29.88 29.84 29.87 30.32 29.44 88 44.83 54.30 53.30 50.81 76 22 54 1842 29.53 29.86 29.81 29.83 30.35 29.22 113 58.73 72.18 69.77 66.90 94 22 72 1841 29.88 29.98 29.86 29.88 30.30 29.39 91 59.07 72.43 69.89 67.42 100 16 84 1840 29.87 29.88 29.84 29.86 30.33 29.46 87 58.67 71.86 69.99 66.91 96 22 74 2. WEATHER, DIRECTION OF THE WIND, AND QUANTITY OF Rais.

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1841, December,
1842, January,

February,
March,
April,
May,
June,
July,
August,
September,
October,
November,
Year 1842,
Year 1941,

13 10 8 16 12 3 14 11 3 0 1 1 0 2.51 171 8 6 18 10 3 11 15 3 0 0 0 2 0 7.73 15 9 4 16 66 9 9 7 0 1 0 2 0 8.18 20 4 7 18 11 2 8 16 6 0 0 0 1 0 4.32 22 2 6 20 9 1 10 15 3 0 0 0 2 0 3.12 25 4 2 26 4 1 8 9 8 4 0 2 0 0 .86 20 6 4 24 3 3 4 1 911 2 2 0 1 5.29 21 7 3 21 7 3 4 1 7 13 1 4 0 1 4.24 20 8 3 25 5 1 3 1 9 4 5 4 3 2 2.64 20 9 1 14 14 2 2. 2 12 4 2 2 5 1 2.51 26 3 2 24 6 1 0 8 10 3 5 3 0 1.74

17 9 4 14 11 5 010 8 3 4 4 1 5.72 236 79 50 236 98 31 75 80 85 54 18 24 23 6 48.89 226 83 56 215 118 32 149 103 23 15 11 10 45 9'47.74

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Year 1840,

217 87 62 217 123 26 149 99 24 14 15 14 37 14 48.11

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Place.
Year. Peach. Cherry.

Apple. Cambridge, Mass., 1843 May 12 to 16. May 12 to 16. May 16 to 24. New Haven, Conn., 1843

May 5. May 15.

May 18.
Perth Amboy, N. J., 1843

May 4.
May 7.

May 13.
Trenton, N. J., 1843 | April 26.

April 27.

May 2. Newtown, Penn., 1843 April 30.

May 3.

May 10. King Geo., C. H. Vai, 1843 April 22. April 22. April 29. Indianapolis, Ind. 1643 May 1 to 4* May 4 10 7* May 7 to 12.* * About twenty days later than in ordinary seasons. Augusta, Geo. Peach and plumb, Feb. 28: Almond trees, Feb. 12.

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