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METEOROLOGICAL Tables, extracted from the Register kept at Edinburgh, in the
Observatory, Calton-hiil. 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
M. 16; 29.235.57
A.51 .430 4.56
Dull day: M.15 .501 1.61 2
sunshine, M.45 .115 11.58 3
M.12 .930 M.57
Fair, but air day.
M.42 29.730/ M.58 1
Heavy sh. .696 4.59
19 -light shrs.
A.57 .682 1.55 S mid. of day. 1.49 .651 M.58 5
.89 1.57 6
Foren. suns. w.
.29 M.51 1.52
A.51 28.994 1.54) aftern. fair.
Foren. h. ra. 4.50
23 .910 1.54
.393 4. 575
aftern. fair. M.15 .950 M.54) 9
M.48 .290 M 471 Fair for the 1.52 .990|1.55
.55 4.57 A. 16
M.49 .425 M.59
sunshine. M.10 .937 1.61 11
Foren. shrs. 1.59 .780 1.61
foren. suns. Cble.
M.37 .315 M.53
Heavy shr. 1.60 .560 1.60 j
hailat noon. 13 1.454 .501 M.59
W. 4.54 .344 1,57
28 21.3591 .701 4.50 Fair, with fair.
.910 1. 50 M.11 .314 1.56
M.30 .689 1.48
Foren.sunsh 7.50 28.76 M.60 15
A. 43 .828 A, 52 ) Fair day. Average of Rain, 1.480 inches.
M.47 29.610 M.58) Oct. 1
M.12 29.113 M.56|
Foren.sunsh. .5591 A. 63
A. 55 slight showrs
M.49 .279 M.63
Foren.surish. .375 A.59 )
aftern. dull 5 M.13 .344 M.6)
.396 M.61 .311 A. 59 )
Fair, with 21 showers.
A. 51 .465 A. 58) sunshine. M.11 6 .388 M.60 Dull & cold,
Fair, sunsh. A. 54 .339 A. 61 with showers
A. 54 .479 4.59
warm. 7 M.15 -315 M.58
Morn. frost, .350 A. 59
23 day fair.
W. .551 A. 60
Dull, but .402 A.59 dull aftern. 24
A.55 .644 A. 60) fair.
M.18 .475 M.58
.613 A. 59 A. 54
day foggy. .610 M.59
.325 M.64 11
aftern. rain, M.54
.225 M.64 12
M.47 .789 M.63
but warm. M.48 13 ,525 M.59
Rain most .108 A.57 most of day.
of day. M.15)
.292 M.55 14
Rain morn. .408' 1.55 fair,dull.
.718 A. 60
fair day: 15 M.411 .325 M.57 Rain most
Dull, with A.56 .230 A. 56
showers rain. 16 M.13 .119 M.54)
Foren. rain, .150 A, 56 ) aftern. fair.
Average of Rain, 3.673 Inches.