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METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, kept at Crafton, in Hackney,

from the 16th of November, to the 15th of December.
Thermometer. Barometer.

Wind.

Weather, &c.
Max. Min. Max. Min.

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Nov.16 55 48 29.31 29.26 1. S, W. fair--showery and windy

17 53 45 29.45 29:36 V. S. W. cloudy, and some showers

18 52 45 29.64 99.55 WSW-W fair-rainy ( 19

53 41 29.70 2961 SW-N. misty--showers-cloudy 20 48 43 *9.71 29.56 N.-E. foggy--rain and wind 21 51 43 29.58 29:48

rain-showers 22 50 46 29.85 22.58 S.S. W. fair-showers of hail & rain 23 53 47 29.86 29.83 S. clear-showers 24 52 39 29.79 29-68 S. cloudy-rain-showers

25 50 36 29.64 29:56 S. clear--showers-clear 026 47 36 29.39 29:19 S.-E. clouded-showers 27 48 39 29.22 29.09 S.E. clear and clouds [wind

48 34 29.03 28.94 S. E. foggy--showers of rain, and 29 43

32 29.13 09.04 S. misty_showers—misty 30 41 29 29.42 29-19 N. W. Dec.

30 29.70 29.47 NW-N white frost-clear & clouds
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30.02 N. clear-clouds-misty ) 3 44 40 29.95 29.95 NE-SW white frost–rainy-cloudy

4 49 45 29.96 29.92 W. foggy-cloudy and damp 5 51 47 29.95 29.89

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misty-clouded and windy 6 51 41 29.63 29.42 S. W. wind & rain, clear & clouds

47 32 29:42 29.36 S. W. foggy-cloudy-clear 8 40 26 29.79 29:54 N. W.-N. clouds-small raiu-clear 9 35 26 29.94 29.89 N. W. white frost

39 34 29.60 29:38 S. rain and snow-cloudy 11

36 28 29.90 29.56 N. clear and clouds 12

50 40 29.76 29.60 S. clouded-rain-clear 13 50 29.93

29.80 W. foggy-clear-wind & rain 14 51 37 29.78 29.66 W. S. W. windy and showery—-clear 15 36 30.06 29.88 W. S. W. sun&clouds---clear& clouds

OBSERVATIONS.
Nov. 16. Very windy showery night.

17. Flash of lightning about 6} p. m.
20. The Maximum of Thermometer at 11 p. m.
21. Thunder Clouds about.
22. Showers of hail and rain ; lightning at night.
23. Flash of lightning at night.
24. Evaporation since the 22d, 120.
26. Near two quarts of water fell on a surface of 9 inches diameter, since the 22d.
28. Evaporation since the 24th, 37o.

30. Moon well defined; but yellowish. Flashes of lightning observed. Dec. 2. Citri, Cirro-strati, and Cirro-cumuli, observed early in the ning ; suc

ceeded by change of weather. 4. Very damp by Mr. B. M. Forster's Hygrometer. 5. Girro-stratus and Cirro-cumulus observed. Evaporation since 28th ult. 25o.

Windy night. 7. Evaporation, 9o. 9. Sky overspread with Cirro-cumulus, p. m. 10. Upper current N. N. E. to-night. 11. Evaporation since the 7th, only 8°. A Burr observed round the Moon, about

104 p. m. a little coloured with yellow, red, and green, at its extremities. 13. Cirro-stratus and Cirro-cumulus observed in the afternoon : rain came on at

night, accompanied by high wind, and increasing temperature. 14. Very windy showery day; but clear night. Evaporation since the 11th, 22°*. 15. Early a, m. Cirio-stratus was spread about the sky, and threatened rain.

It, however, cleared : and at night, light tufts of Cirrus, approximating to

Cirro-stratus, scattered about, presented a very curious sky by moonlight. * By degrees of evaporation, is understood half inches of a tube one inch in diameter, and evaporated from a circular surface four inches in diameter.

THOMAS FORSTER,

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