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VIII. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR NEW YORK, N. Y. Summary of Meteorological Observations made at the New York Hospital,

for the Year 1849. By John Dascey.

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Barometer. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. Greatest height, 30.65 30.57 30.42 30.27 30.44 30.28 30.22 30.15 30.36 30.25 30.24 30.44 30.65 Least height,

29.51 29.60 29.43 29.16 29.59 29.69 29.72 29.73 29.57 29.30 29.53 29.00 29.00 Average, 30.28 30.04 29.97 29.84 29.97 29.98 30.04 29.99 30.00 29.88 29.93 29.97 Thermometer. Highest range,

68 66

91 91

82

79 67 67 50 Lowest range,

4 7 27 26 40 55 55 60 51 39 33 9 Average,

48 40 41 40 38 36 39 28 28 28 34 41

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Warmest day, 26 24 31 4 4 22 13 7 17 17

1 Coldest day,

11 19 4 15 6 12 31 1 9 31 2 26 Clear days, 10 6 9 11 6 13 11 9 15 5

7 109 Cloudy days, 3 6

3 7 4 8 9 7 8 9 6 72 Foggy days, 8

7 2 5 4 2 1 4 5 1 46 Rain fell, days 8

6 16 8 8 11 7 14 9 7 105 Snow fell, days

2
2 2
0 0 0 0

8 21 Rain and snow, 4 5 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 12 Inches of rain, 0.56 1.99 5.55 1.00 3.77 0.79 3.08 5.58 0.73 6.55 2.02 4.39 36.01 Inches of snow, 0

8
0
0 0 0

0 0 7 16 Days of N. wind, 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 1

13 N. E. 4 9 9 2 9

5 8 12 7 4 80 E. 1 2 2

4
1

1 1 1 1 16 S. E. 5 8 7 10 6 10 5 7 6

69 S.

2 2 3
2

18 S. W.

5
2 4 6 6 8

4 2

4 54 W. 5 2 1 1 1

1
2 1

27 N. W.

12 7 8 11 2 ,6 4 6 7 6 5 14 88

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IX. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR LAMBERTVILLE, N. J.

Lat. 40° 23' N., Long 74° 56' W. By L. H. Parsons. 1. SUMMARY FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1850.

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1849.

inch. inch. inch. Jinch. inch. in. July,

68.42 85.79/70.46 13 ISO 4 461 30.094 30.084 30.00830.2012 29.77 21 .51 August, 67.79 1.4273,8689 5 51 16 38 30.024 30.009 30.007 30.16 2 29.78 10 .39 September, 54.5973.27 59.51 84 115 44 28 40 30.07230.056 30.051 30.4111 29.60 23 .81 October, 46.52160.79 51.8072 17 34 25 38 29.966/29.95429.957 30.2925 29.39| 7 .89 November, 41.25 57.38 18.07 74 4 31 22 43 29.97€ 29.955 29.977 30.2716 29.549 .73 December, 27.85/37.20 31.51 48 17 64 26 417 30.02029.995 30.076 30.5112 29.03 22 1.48

1850. January, 127.81 39.51 32.82 59 27 10 1 49 30.079 30.103 30.067 30.56 31 29.4612 1.10 February,

27.34 10.91 31.44 54 21 8 5 46 29.98€ 29.93- 29.939 30.72 6 29.1515 1.57 March, 30.56 14.3335.89 67 14 19221 477 29.924 29.933 29.942 30.37 20 29.08 1 1.29 April,

40.37 56.47 14.3375 27 27 118 494 29.957 29.945 29.958|30.27 18 29.30 4 .97

51.1561.51 53.87 84 28 331 2 59130.001 29.98*30.00930.32 22 29.55 17 .77 June, 64.39 81.70 67.96 95 20 44 12 51 30.138 30.129 30.123 30.46 5 29.77 10 .69 115.67|60.27150.13.9€}/13* 64 267| 85230.012 30.00730.00930.72 61 29.03|225 |1.69 † December.

: February

$ December.

May,

Year,

* July.

2. WEATHER FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1850.

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X. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR ROCHESTER, N. Y., For the Year 1849. Lat. 43° 8' 17" N., Long. 77° 51' W. Elevation above

Tide-water, 506 feet. By Leander Wetherell.

1849.*

March.

October.

December.

Annual

Results.

Bu November.

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Barometer. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. inch. Greatest height, 30.28 30.15 30.05 29.90 30.10 29.85 29 92 29.72 29.96 29.90 29.85 30.12 30.28 Least height,

9.03 29.07 28.90 29.00 29 03 28.28 29.3229.15 29.10 28.93 29.13 29.02 28.90 Mean, 9.72 29.67 29.61 29.55 29.57 29.57 29.62 29.55 29.59 29.48 29.46 29.59 29.58 Thermometer.

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o Monthly Mean, (23.14 22.13 34.57 41.8551.10'66.01 70.0569:23 60 20 48 26 46.66 28.01 46.68 Highest degree,

47 48 54 74 85 93 195 90 82 72 67 47 95 Lowest degree, -97 12 20 30 42 47 56 40 32 27 2 1-9 Range, 56 55 42

55 51 48 34 42 40 40 45 55 Warmest day, 25 28 20 4 22

22 10120 16 28 7 19 Coldest day,

11

161 3 14 5 5 2 15 8 31 29 25 Fair days, 5 7 13.5 11.5) 14 20.5 25 19 20.51 14

1 162 Cloudy days,

26 21 17.51 18.5 17 9.5 6 12 9.51 17 19 30 203 Rain fell, days, 4 1 9 8 19 9 8 14 11 17 15 4 119 Snow feli, days, 22 17 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 16 69 Rain and snow, 3 2 4

0
0 0

0 3 14 Solar halos, 3

2 0 19 Lunar halos,

3 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Aurora boreales, 1 4 2 2 0 0 4 0 3 2 3 1 22 Inch, of rain,etc. 1.39 1.29 2.35 1.44 3.81 4.33 0.94 3.62 3.91 4.17 3.31 2.31 32.87

Days of N. wind,

4 1 3.5 2 7 2 3 0.5 2 6 0.5 1.5 33 N. E.

1 5.5 4 3.5 3.5 4 3.5 1 3 1.5 3.5 2.5 36.5

0.5 2 0.5 0 1.5 0-5 0 0 0 1.5 0.5 0 7 E.

1 5.5 1.5 1.5 5 2.5 2.5 0.5 0 1 1 3.5 25.5
1 2 3.5 2 2

2.5
3.5

1 3.5 2.5 3 28 4.5 4.5 1.5 5 2 3.5 6 3.5 10.5 6.6

8.5

3 59 5.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 2.5 3.5 4 3 5 3.5 6.5 8.5 55.5 N. W. «

113.5 3 112 111.5 7.5 11.5 8.5 21 8.5 7.5 7 9 120.5

- ww 5-4 4 February.

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* First frost in Autumn, October 2d. † Warmest day.

9

First fall of snow, October 30th.

1 Coldest day.

XI. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR THE UNIVERSITY

OF NORTH CAROLINA, AT CHAPEL HILL.

Lat. 35° 54' 21" N. Long. 79° 17' 30" W. By James Phillips, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.

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First frost on the 11th October, 1849. Snowed on the 230 and 31st December. Frogs singing on the 18th January, 1850. Snowed on the 220 February, and on the 27th and 31st March. The Peach and Prunus chicasa blossomed on the 2d; Laurus sassafras on the 9th; Prune on the 12th; Cercis Canadensis on the 24th; and the Pear on the 28th of March. The first Martin appeared on the 3d; the Cherry and Cornus florida blossomed on the 4th; and the Whip-poor- will and Will-willow sung on the 22d April.

Hottest day, 230 June : -
Barometer, sunrise, 29.712 in. ; 9 A.M. 29.738; 3 P.M. 29.700; 9 P. M. 29.654. Mean, 29.701.
Attached therm.“ 750

84.
96.

83. Detached therm." 740

85.
94.
82.

83.75.
Coldest day, 5th February :-
Barometer, sunrise, 30.104 in. ; 9 A.M. 30.250; 3P.M. 30.244; 9P. M. 30.268. Mean, 30.219.
Attached therm. “' 200

28.
39.

31. Detached therm.“ 120

26.
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XII. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR SAVANNAH, Ga.

For the Year ending May, 1850. By Dr. John F. Posey.

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XIII. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR MUSCATINE,* Iowa.

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Clear days.
Cloudy days.
Var'ble days.
Rainy days.
Rain in inch.
Snowy days.
Snow in inch.
Light Wind.
High Wind.
N. E.
N. W.
S. E.
S. W.

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May,

1849.

inch. in. in. in. January, 12.6 46|-24 7029.43 29.8|28.7 1.1 15 12 4 2 2.5 4 6.53 3 16 9 256 Feb’ry, 18.1 481-22 70 32 .729.01 .6 14 311 2 1.0 1.3 7 13 March, 37.3 68 10 58 .09 .728.61.1 15 9 7 5 2.4 1 1.1 3 17 9 April, 44.3 74 22 52 .33 .8 .81.0 14

9 711 4.7

4 11 12 54.8 80 30 50 .25 .6 .8.8 13 12 612 4.7

6 81 81 91 26 5 June, 67.6 86 441 42 .24 .5 29.0 .5 17 13

912.2

41 13 7 6 237 July, 66.4 89 42 47 .36 .5 .1 .4) 201 4 7 5 1.4

21 15 2 12 26 5 August, 65.2 86 36 50 .31 .5 .0.5 17 13 1 11 12.2

3 11 8 9 31 Sept’ber, 61.7 84 37 47 .37 .6 .0.61 181 121 5 5.0

9 6 15 28 2 October, 48.9 70 42 .33 .728.9 .8 17 12 2 5 4.8

7 6 12 6 31 Nov'ber, 42.8 72 20 52 .22 .6 .8 .8 14 12 4 7 6.6

3 8 12

71 19 11 Dec'ber, 18.3 44 -12 56 .43 .9 .81.1 13 15 3 2 .4 7 4.7|11 2 14

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Year, 43.21 891-24113 29.30 29.8 28.6 1.2 187|126|52|76|57.9|13|12.6|46|110119 901289176

Warmest day, 820 3', July 9th. Coldest day, -120, January 18th. Highest temperature, 890, July 10th. Lowest, -240, January 10th. Mean, 430 21. Range, 1130.

Mississippi opened, February 12th; closed, December 17th.

XIV. FLOWERING OF FRUIT-TREES IN 1850.

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