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82 ; 7,76; 8,74; 9, 73; 10, 72. Foggy at sunrise, hazy at noon and clear at sunset. Wind W. at noon.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 71; 9. A.M. 80; 3 P.M. 86; 9, 78. Barometer 29.72 to 29.78. Scattered clouds at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. and clear at 9. Wind W. at sunrise and 8. the rest of the day. Dewpoint 66 to 70.

Storin at Ballston ; barn burnt by lightning and maguetic wire poles destroyed. Hail in abundance. Gale at Galveston Violent gale at sea in latitude 27, longitude 70. Earthquake at St. Vincent's, Grenada and Trinidad.

Monday, September 7. Brooklyn Heights.— Temp. 5 and 6 A.M. 76: 7, 77; 8, 81; 9 and 10, 83 ; 11, 85.: 12, 86; 1 P.M. 871; 2, 87; 3,85 ; 4.84; 5, 82: 6,81; 7 and 8, 80 ; 9, 77 ; 10, 76.

Flatbush, 7 A.M.78; 3 P.M. 84; 7, 79.

Barometer 30.05 to 30.10. Wind S. W. in the morning and S. in the afternoon. Sky clear in the morning and cloudy in the afternoon.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 66; 7, 68; 8,72 ;9.76 ; 10 and 11, 79; 12, 81; 1 P.M. 82; 2, 82}; 3, 83 ; 4, 82}; 5, 82 ; 6, 81; 7, 76; 8, 73 ; 9, 72.1; 10, 72.Foggy at sunrise and cloudy at noon and sunset: Wind N.E. at noon and sunset. 1 P.M., few drops rain. 5 to 6 30 P.M. showery17-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 74; 9 A.M. 84; 3 P.M. 91; 9, 81. Barometer 29.58 to 29.68. Sky clear at sunrise and 9 A.M. and scattered clouds at 3 and 9 P. M. Wind S. all day. Dew-Point 68 to 74. Clouds nimbus 3 P.M. Showers passed to the South 4 P.M.

Severe thunder storm in London, Eng., lasted one hour. Gale in latitude 34, 25, longitude 75, 30.

Tuesday, September 8. Brooklyn Heights.— Temp. 5 A.M. 72 ; 6 and 7, 74; 8,76; 9. 775 ; 10, 79:1; 11, 82 ; 12, 84; 1 P. M. 82}; 2, 84; 3 and 4, 82 ; 5, 804; 6, 79; 7, 78; 8 and 9, 77 ; 10, 76. High wind all day; clear starlight in the evening. Flatbush, 7 A.M.76; 3 P.M. 82 ; 7,75.

Barometer 29.85 to 29.95, Wind S.W. in the morning and S. in the afternoon. Sky cloudy in the morning and clear in the afternoon.

Saltville, 6 A.M. 68; 7,68}; 8,709; 9,73 ; 10,77 ; 11, 78; 12,79; 1 and 2 P.M. 80 ; 3, 81 ; 4, 80 ; 5, 79.1; 6,78.}; 7,74; 8, 72.1; 9,72; 10. 11 and 12,71; 1 A.M. 71; dense fog. Foggy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset. Wind N.E, at sunrise. 3 20 P.M. thunder N.W. cloudy; 3 30 few drops of rain.

At Syracuse at sunrise, 75; 9 A.M., 76; 3 P.M. 76 ; 9, 63. Barometer 29.60 to 29.69. Scattered clouds at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., sky clear at 9 P.M. Wind N.W. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., and N. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 60 to 66. Clouds cirro cumuli 3 P.M.

Thunder shower at Boston with hail. Great hurri. cane in the West Indies. Gale off Cape Hatteras. Weather changed suddenly at Fredericktown, N.B. Hurricane in latitude 34, 30, longitude 74, 20.

Wednesday, September 9. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 5 to 8 A.M. 67 ; 9 and 10, 68; 11 to 1 P.M.70; 2, 691; 3,703 ; 4,70 ; 5 to 7, 66 ; 8, 63; 9, 62 ; 10, 61 ; 11, 58.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 66; 3 P.M. 68; 7,61.

Barometer 30.00 to 30.10. Wind N.E. all day. Sky cloudy in the morning and clear in the afternoon.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 68; 7, 69; 8, 76; 9, 77 ; 10,78.) ; 11,80; 12 and 1 P.M. 82 ; 2 and 3, 81}; 4, 80; 5, 79; 6, 78; 7 and 8, 734; 9, 73; 10, 72. Foggy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset. Wind N.E. all day. 12 to 1 P.M. thunder --2 showery-3 to 4 thunder_7 lightning-8 30 thunder and a few drops of rain—001-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 52; 9 A.M. 60; 3 P.M. 71; 9, 58. Barometer 29.74 to 29.82. Sky clear all day. Wind N.E. at sunrise and 9 A.M. and E. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 42 to 46.

Gale at sea, latitude 39, 26, N., longitude 72, 54, W. Frost at Salem, Mass.

Thursday, September 10. Brooklyn Heights.-Temp. 4 to 6 A.M., 58 ; 7,60; 8 to 10, 64; 11,66 ; 12. 683; 1 P.M., 69; 2, 691 ; 2 30,70; 3, 694; 3 30 and 4, 68; 5, 67 ; 6, 66; 7 and 8, 65; 9, 64. Cloudy in the evening.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 56; 3 P.M. 68; 7, 64.

Barometer 30.25 to 30.30. Wind N.E. all day. Sky cloudy all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 681; 7, 67 ; 8,71; 9, 72; 10, 73; 11, 75 ; 12,76; 1 and 2 P.M. 78; 3, 80; 4, 79; 5,77 ; 6,74; 7,72; 8,70; 9,68; 10, 67. Cloudy all day. Wind N.E. 7 A.M., two rainbows in the West.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 46; 9 A.M. 62; 3 P.M. 76 ; 9 63. Barometer 29.86 to 29.94. Sky clear all day. Wind N.E. at sunrise, E. at 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. and S. at 9 P-M. Dew-point 33 to 40.

Heavy gale off Cape Henry: Gale at Barbadoes. Earthquake at Trinidad.

Friday, September 11. Brooklyn Heights.— Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 61; 7, 63; 8, 65; 9, 66; 10, 68; 11, 70; 12. 72; 1 P.M. 741; 2,74; 3, 73.: 4,73 ; 5, 72: 6, 71.4; 7, 71; 8,70.4.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 61; 3 P.M. 74; 7,70.

Barometer 30.15 to 30.25. Wind N.E. all day.Sky cloudy in the forenoon and rain in the afternoon. 06-100 of an inch fell.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 65; 7, 66; 8, 68; 9, 703; 10, 73}; 11, 75; 12,75 ; 1 P.M. 76 ; 2,78; 3,784 ; 4 to 6, 78; 7, 75.3; 8, 74; 9, 72; 10, 70. Sky cloudy all day. Wind N.E.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 56; 9 A.M. 72 ; 3 P.M. 83; 9, 73. Barometer 29.60 to 29.80. Scattered clouds all day. Wind S. all day. Dew-point 49 to 64. Clouds cirrus 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.

Gale at sea in latitude 38, longitude 73. The schr. Comet was struck by lightning while lying in port at St. Jago de Cuba, shivering main-top-sail, split head of main-mast, and passed out through the cabin deck, ripping off some of the ceiling in the cabin

Saturday, September 12. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 703; 7, 71 ; 8, 74; 9,75; 10, 76; 11, 78; 12, 793; 1 P.M. 81; 2, 83; 3, 82 ; 4, 80; 5, 79; 6, 77; 7 to 9, 76.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 70; 3 P.M. 78; 7,75.

Barometer 29.90 to 30.00. Wind E. in the forenoon and S. in the afternoon. Sky cloudy in the forenoon, and clear in the afternoon. 01-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 70; 7,73}; 8, 74; 9, 75 ; 10,76; 11,77 ; 12, 78; and 2 P.M. 80; 3, 78; 4, 79; 5,77 ; 6,76; 7 to 10, 74. Foggy at sunrise, cloudy at noon and scattered clouds at sunset. Wind S.W. 8 A.M. to 9, drizzling rain. Wind S.W. 12 40 light shower. Wind N.E., temp. 30; 2 15 heavy shower. 8 P.M. lightning N.E. 33-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 70; 9 A.M. 78; 3 P.M., 84; 9, 66. Barometer 29.44 to 29.56. Sky cloudy at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. and clear at 9 P.M. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 P.M. and West at 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Dew-point 63 to 67. Wind W. 3 during the storm. Rain 31 to 5 P.M. 1 10-100 inch fell.

Thunder shower on Brooklyn Heights at 9 P.M. Barn destroyed by lightning in Steuben county. Ship Emily near New-Bedford struck by lightning: Rain at Baltimore in the morning. Frost every night since the 8th at Fredericktown, N.B. Terrific gale at Porto Rico: gale at sea in latitude 38, longitude 73; gale at St. Thomas ; earthquakeat Deerfield, New-Hampshire.

Sunday, September 13. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 5 and 6 A.M. 66 ; 7, 69 ; 8, 71 ; 9, 74 ; 10, 77 ; 11, 79 ; 12, 80.; 1 P.M. 82; 2,83 ; 3, 83.); 4, 82 ; 5, 80.1; 6, 77; 7, 76; 8, 73; 9,723 ; 10, 72 ; 11, 71.

Flatbush 7 A.M. 71; 3 P.M. 83; 7, 75.

Barometer 29.85 to 29.90. Wind N.W. in the morning and N. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 72; 7, 73; 8, 75; 9, 78; 10,79; 1 P.M. 81; 3, 82 ; 4, 81; 5, 80; 6, 73; 7, 70; 8, 68 ; 9 and 10, 66. Foggy at sunrise and clear at noon and sunset. Wind S.W. all day.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 60; 9 A.M. 70; 3 P.M., 84; 9 P.M. 68. Barometer 29 50 to 29.54. Sky clear at sunrise and 9 P.M., cloudy at 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M. and W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 55 to 65. Clouds cumulus 3 P.

8,74; 9,76; 10,79; 11, 811; 12, 82; 1 P.M. 84; 2 851; 3, 85 ; 4, 83); 5, 811; 6, 82 ; 7, 80; 8, 79; 9, 78; 10,77.

Flatbush, 7 A.M., 72; 3 P.M. 84: 7,78.

Barometer 29.85 to 29.90. Wind N.W. in the morning and S.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 621; 7, 64; 8, 68 ; 9, 72; 10. 74; 11, 78; 12,79; 1 P.M. 80; 2 and 3, 81; 4, 80 ; 5,79; 6, 76; 7, 71; 8, 66; 9, 654. Foggy at sunrise and clear at noon and sunset Wind S.W.

At Syracuse, at sunrise 66 ; 9 A.M.74; 3 P.M., 86 ; 9, 78. Barometer 29.30 to 29.48. Sky cloudy at sunrise and scattered clouds the rest of the day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M. and W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew point 62 to 65. Clouds cirro stratus at sunrise. Rain 61 to 7 P.M. 10-100 of an inch fell. Hurricaue in latitude 42.30, long. 55.24.

Tuesday, September 15. Brooklyn Heights.-Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 73; 7,75; 8, 77 ; 9,80; 10.82; 11, 84; 12, 82}; 1 P.M. 80; 2, 783 ; 2 30, 77; 3, 76; 4, 72}; 5, 701; 6, 68; 7, 67 ; 7 30 64 ; 8, 64; 9, 62 ; 10, 60.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 75 ; 3 P.M.78; 7, 64.

Barometer 29.65 to 29.90. Wind W. in the morn. ing and N.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 63; 7, 66; 8, 70; 9, 76 ; 10, 78; 11, 79; 12, 80; 1 P.M., 811; 2, 82 ; 3,824; 4 and 5, 82; 6, 80; 7,793 ; 8, 78; 9, 76). Foggy at sunrise. clear at noon and scattered clouds at sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise. 7 P.M. light shower of rain.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 63 ; 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. 61; 9, 54. Barometer 29.40 to 29.60. Cloudy at sunrise and 9 A.M., and clear at 3 and 9 P.M.Wind N.W. all day. Dew-point 38 to 56.

Gale off Cape Hatteras. Earthquake at Cape Haytian at 11 P.M., lasted a few minutes.

Wednesday, September 16. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 and 5 A.M., 55; 6 and 7,57 ; 8, 59; 9, 63; 10, 64.1 ; 11, 66; 12, 661; 1 P. M., 68 ; 2, 681; 3, 69.3; 4, 68}; 5, 68 ; 6, 664; 7, 651 ; 8. 61.1 ; 9, 59}; 10, 58 ; 11, 57.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 56; 3 P.M. 68; 7, 60. Barometer 30.00. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear

all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 63; 7, 65; 8, 68 ; 9, 681; 10, 69 ; 11,70; 12,714; 1 and 2 P.M. 72; 3, 723; 4 and 5, 713; 6,70; 7, 64; 8, 62; 9, 60; 10, 59). Cloudy at sunrise, clear at noon and scattered clouds at sunset. Wind N.E. all day. 7 30 P.M. lightning.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 43; 9 A.M.57 ; 3 P.M. 67; 9, 51. Barometer 29.60 to 29.72. Sky clear all day. Wind 8. at sunrise and 9 A.M., and N.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 33 to 39.

Ship Palmetta, for Charleston, S.C., encouutered a gale of wind in latitude 36, 40, longitude 75, 10.Earthquake at St. Domingo.

Thursday, September 17. Brooklyn Heights.— Temp. 4 to 6 A.M., 55 ; 7,57 ; 8,61.1 ; 9, 64; 10, 66; 11, 68; 12 and 1 P.M. 70; 2,71; 3,70; 4, 68; 5, 661; 6 to 8, 65 ; 9, 64; 10, 63. Cloudy in the evening.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 53; 3 P.M. 70; 7, 62.

Barometer 29.90 to 30.00. Wind S.W. in the morning and S. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 593; 7.60.; 8, 62; 9, 65; 10,66; 11, 66): 12,70,1; 1 P.M. 71; 2,72; 3, 73; 4, 72,1; 5 and 6, 72 ; 7, 70; 8, 69; 9. 69 ; 10, 68. Cloudy at sunrise and sunset and scattered clouds at noon. Wind S.W. at sunset. 10 A.M. light sprinkle of rain, 03-100 of an inch fell.

At Syracuse at sunrise, 49 ; 9 A.M. 70; 3 P.M. 76 ; 9, 58. Barometer 29.44 to 29.54. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S. E. at sunrise and S, the remainder of the day. Dew-point 45 to 47. Began to rain at 10 P.M. Gale at sea, latitude 37, iongitude 69.

Friday, September 18. Brooklyn Heights. — Temp. 4 and 5 A.M. 61 ; 6, 62; 7, 64 ; 8, 65; 9, 65.); 10, 67 ; 11, 69 ; 12 and 1 P.M. 68.) ; 2, 68; 3 and 4, 66 ; 5 and 6,65 ; 7, 640 ; 8 and 9, 63. Rain at 2 P.M.

Flabush, 7 A.M. 61; 3 P.M. 67 ; 7. 62.

Barometer 29.75. Wind E. in the morning and N. E. in the afternoon. Sky cloudy all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 611; 7, 64; 8, 66 ; 9, 68 ; 10 and 11, 691; 12 and 1 P. M. 69 ; 2, 68.1; 3 and 4, 69; 5 and 6,68; 7,63; 8 and 9, 62. Scattered clouds

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Gale at St. Thomas.

Monday, September 14. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 68 ;7,703;

[Note - The details of the Earthquakes, Storms, &c., will be found in the pages following the February Meteorlogical Record. arranged under the heads of the espective months, in chronological order.

at sunrise, cloudy at noon and sunset. Wind S.W. all day ; 1 30 P.M. 69; 4 45, 69, light sprinkle of rain. 7 light sprinkle of rain—021-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 56 ; 9 A.M. 60; 3 P.M. 65; 9, 54. Barometer 29.36 to 29.50. Sky cloudy at sunrise and 9 A.M., scattered clouds at 3 and clear at 9 P.M. Wind E. all day until 9 P.M. then S.E. Dew-point 53. Rain ceased at 11 A.M—35-100 of an inch fell. Gale in latitude 42, 30, longitude 600.

Saturday, September 19. Brooklyn Heights.-Temp. 4 and 5 A.M. 58 ; 6, 59; 7, 594; 8, 621; 9,66 ; 10, 68; 11, 70; 12,71); 1 P.M. 72; 2,73; 3,74; 4, 73 fuggy with drizzling rain ; 5,71; 6,70; 7,68 ; 8, 67 ; 9, 66 ; 10, 65 fresh gale.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 56; 3 P.M. 72 ; 7, 66.

Barometer 29.90 to 30.05. Wiud N. in the morning and S.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 60; 7, 62; 9, 66; 10 and 11, 661; 12 and 1 P.M. 69 ; 2, 691 ; 3 and 4, 70; 5, 69; 8, 59 ; 9, 58; 10, 56. Cloudy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset. Wind S.W. at noon. 8 A.M., light drizzling rain. 11 P.M. 55, clear and calm.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 54; 9 A.M. 66 ; 3 P.M. 73; 9, 58. Barometer 29.56 to 29.66. Sky clear at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 9 P.M. Wind W. at sunrise and 9 A.M. and N.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 48 to 54. Clouds cumulus at 3 P.M.

Storm commenced at Cape Haytian, West Indies, and at St. Johns, N.B. Connecticut River very low Steamer Great Western encountered a gale in latitude 18, 34, longitude 37, 43. Gale in latitude 41 longitude 60; also in latitude 48, longitude 54.

Sunday, September 20. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 A.M. 61, wind increased to a heavy storm; 5 and 6, 60; 7, 64; 8, 66 ; 9, 69; 10, 71; 11, 73; 12, 74; 1 P. M. 76; 2, 75; 3, 74; 4, 72); 5,70; 6, 68; 7 and 8, 67 ; 9 and 10. 65 ; 11, 64. Heavy dew in the morning.

Flatbush, 7 A. M. 57 ; 3 P. M. 75; 7, 67. Barometer 30.10 to 30.15. Wind S.W. in the morning and S. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A. M. 53; 7, 54; 8, 55; 9, 59; 10, 63; 11, 68; 12, 70; 1 P. M. 745 ; 2, 75; 3, 76; 4, 755; 5, 75; 6,714; 7, 64; 8, 59 ; 9, 58; 10, 564. Foggy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset. Wind N.E, at sunrise and S.W. at noon.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 56 ; 9 A. M. 69 ; 3 P. M. 81; 9, 68. Barometer 29.50 to 29.68. Sky clear at sunrise and 9 A. M., and scatttered clouds at 3 and 9 P. M. Wind S. all day. Dew-point 49 to 50. Atmosphere smoky all day ; clouds cirrus 3 P. M.

Storm continued at St. John's, N. B. Gale in lat. 46, long. 41.

Monday, September 21. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 64; 7, 66 ; 8 and 9, 68; 10, 70; 11, 72 ; 12, 721; 1 P. M. 75; 2, 76, storm subsided ; 3, 754; 4, 75; 5, 74; 6, 713; 7,70; 8, 66 ; 9, 64, 10, 62.

Flatbush, 7 A. M. 65; 3 P. M. 76; 7, 68. Ba. rometer 30.00. Wind S.W. in the morning and N.W. in the afternoon. Sky cloudy in the morning and clear in the afternoon-02-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Saltville, at 6 A. M. 53; 7, 54; 8, 56 ; 9, 60); 10, 633; 11, 66 ; 12, 70; 1 and 2 P. M. 71,4; 3,72; 4 and 5, 73; 6, 72; 7,67; 8, 66 ; 9,631 ; 10, 60. Foggy at sunrise, and cloudy at noon and sunset. Wind S.W. at noon and N.E. at sunset.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 66 ; 9 A. M. 71; 3 P. M. 54; 9, 48. Barometer 29.50 to 29.74. Sky clear at 9 P. M. and cloudy the rest of the day. Wind 8.W. at sunrise and N.W. the remainder of the day. Dew-point 46 to 54. Light thunder shower 3 A. M. -08-100 of an inch of rain fell.

Rain storm at Oswego. Storin continued at St. John's, N. B. Rain storm at Monterey: Mexico. Gale in lat. 38, long. 46.

Tuesday, September 22. Brooklyn Heights.— Temp. 4 and 5 A.M. 56; 6, 58; 7, 554; 7 10, 581; 8 and 9, 59; 10, 61; 11, 62 ; 12 and 1 P. M. 64; 2, 654; 3 and 4, 66; 5, 65; 6, 64; 7, 61; 8, 60; 9, 583; 11, 56).

Flatbush, 7 A. M. 56; 3 P. M. 65; 7. 57. Barometer 30.05 to 30-10. Wind N. all day. Sky cloudy in the morning and clear in the afternoon.

At Saltville, at 6 A. M. 58; 7, 594 ; 8, 62 ; 9, 65; 10. 69 ; 11, 7143 ; 12, 73; 1 to 3 P. M. 74; 4, 73}; 5,73; 6, 70; 7, 64; 8, 62; 9, 591; 10, 58. Foggy at sunrise, and clear at noon and sunset.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 40 ; 9 A. M. 57; 3 P. M. 63; 9, 46. Barometer 29.66 to 29.80. Sky clear all day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A. M., N.W. at 3 P. M. and E. at 9 P. M. Dew-point 38 to 46. Fogg 58 A. M.

Thunder storm at Dundrum Bay, on the Irish coast, in the evening. Great Britain shipwrecked. Gale in lat. 42 30. long. 37.

Wednesday, September 23. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 and 5 A.M. 53; 6,54; 7,57 ; 8, 604: 9, 63 ; 10, 65; 11, 67 ; 12. 68; 1 P. M. 694 ; 2 and 3, 70; 4, 67 ; 5, 66; 6, 65; 7 and 8, 64; 9, 63; 12, 60.

Flatbush, 7 A. M. 53; 3 P. M. 70; 7, 64. Barometer 30.05 to 30.10. Wind S.W. in the morning and S. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A. M. 55; 7, 564 ; 8, 59 ; 9, 66 ; 10. 69 ; 11, 73; 12, 74; 1 P. M. 75; 2,75. ; 3, 76; 4, 75; 5. 74.5; 6. 72 ; 7, 69 ; 8, 66 ; 9, 64; 10, 63. Foggy at sunrise, and scattered clouds at noon and sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise and S.W. at sunset.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 47 ; 9 A. M. 66; 3 P. M. 75; 9, 63. Barometer 29.50 to 29.62. Sky clear all day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A. M., and S.W. at 3 and 9 P. M. Dew-point 44 to 50. Atmosphere smoky. Clear at Oswego. Gale in lat. 44, long. 32 30.

Thursday, September 24. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 60; 7, 62; 8, 64; 9, 66 ; 10. 68; 11,70; 12, 73; 1 P.M. 744; 2, 754; 3, 74; 4, 73; 5, 71; 6, 691 ; 7. 69; 8 and 9, 67; 10, 654; 11, 64.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 58; 3 P.M. 75; 7, 68. Barometer 30.00. Wind S.W. in the morning and S. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 57 ; 7, 59; 8, 62; 9, 664; 10, 71; 11 and 12, 74; 1 and 2 P.M. 75; 3,76; 6, 72; 7, 69; 8, 653; 9, 63: 10, 62. Foggy at sunrise ; scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 64; 9 A.M. 73; 3 P.M.74; 9, 62.

Barometer 29.50 to 29.58. Sky clear at 9 A.M.; cloudy the rest of the day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M. and W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 55 to 59. Light shower 3 P.M.-10-100 of an inch of rain fell. Clear at Oswego.

Friday, September 25. Brooklyn Heights.-Temp. 4 to 7 A.M. 64; 8, 67 ; 9,71; 10, 731; 11, 744; 12 and 1 P.M. 76; 2 to 3 30, 75; 4, 74; 5, 711; 6, 70; 7 and 8, 71; 9, 70.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 63; 3 P.M. 75; 7,72. Barometer 29.90 to 30.00. Wind S.W. in the morning and S.E. in the afternoon. Sky clear in the morning and cloudy in the afternoon.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 563; 7, 59; 8, 61 ; 9, 67 ; 10, 71; 11, 721; 12, 74; 1 P.M. 75; 2,753; 3 and 4,76; 5, 75; 6. 74; 7, 66 ; 8, 65; 9, 64. Foggy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset. Wind S.W. at noon.

At Syracuse, at sunrise. 58 ; 9 A.M. 60; 3 P.M. 80; 9, 74. Barometer 29.10 to 29.58. Sky cloudy all day. Wind N.W. at sunrise, E. at 9 A.M. and 8. at 3 and 9 P.M Dew-point 54 to 62. Began to rain at 10 P.M.

Hard rain at Oswego. Lightning storm at Louisville, N.Y.; three persons killed in bed by the lightning.

Saturday, September 26. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 to 5 A.M. 66; 6, 67 : 7 and 8, 68; 9, 66 ; 10, 664; 11, 67 ; 12, 68; 1 and 2 P.M. 681; 3, 694; 4, 67: 5, 66 ; 6, 65; 7, 64; 8, 62} ; 9, 62. Clear sky at 12 M.; cloudy at 1 P. M.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 70; 3 P.M. 66; 7, 62. Barometer 29.70 to 29.80. Wind N.W. all day. Sky cloudy

9.50. Barometer 29.40 to 29.46. Sky cloudy all day, till 9 P.M. Wind N.W. all day. Dew-point 42 to 52. Rain ended 6 A.M.—1 20-100 inches fell.

Heavy rain at New-Loudon, Conn. Gale at sea, in lat. 45, long. 39 30.

Sunday, September 27. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 54; 7,57; 8, 58; 9, 61; 10. 631; 11, 65); 12 and 1 P.M. 67 ; 2 and 3, 68 ; 4, 67 ; 5, 66; 6, 65; 7, 64; 8, 63; 9, 62 ; 10, 60.

Flatbusb, 7 A.M. 54; 3 P.M. 68; 7, 61. Barometer 29.80 to 29.85. Wind N. in the forenoon and S. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 54; 7,57 ; 8, 60; 9, 604; 10, 611; 11, 624 : 12 and 1 P.M. 64; 2, 65; 3, 653; 5, 62: 6 and 7, 591; 8, 56 ; 9, 56}; 10, 53. Murky at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset. Wind N.E. at noon.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 50; 9 A.M. 58; 3 P.M. 64; 9, 54. Barometer 29.40 to 29.50. Sky cloudy all day. Wind W. at swirise and 9 P.M., and s. at 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Dew-point 48 to 50. Shower from 5 A M. to 7; shower 1 P.M. Thunder shower, with hail 24-32-100 of an inch of rain fell. Gale at sea, lat. 30 N. long. 78 W.

Monday, September 28. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 and 5 A.M. 52; 6 and 7, 54; 8, 56; 9, 59; 10, 60; 11, 62; 12, 63,1; 1 P.M. 645; 2, 65 ; 2 30, 655 ; 3. 65; 4, 64; 5, 63; 6, 62; 7, 60; 8 and 9, 57.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 52; 3 P.M. 64; 7, 57. Barometer 29.95 to 30.05. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 43; 7, 44; 9, 58 ; 10, 59; 11, 61; 12, 631; 1 to 4 P.M. 64; 6, 62; 8, 48 ; 9, 46; 10, 45. Foggy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at sunset: Wind S.W. at noon and sunset. Frost reported in neighborhood.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 46; 9 A.M. 54; 3 P.M. 60; 9, 48. Barometer 29.66 to 29.74. Sky clear at 3 and 9 P.M. Wind N.W. all day. Dew-point 38 to 40.

Gale at sea off Hampton Roads, and in lat. 31 19N. long. 79W.

Tuesday, September 29. Brooklyn Heights.--Temp. 4 to 6 A.M. 52 ; 7,54; 9, 59; 10, 61; 11, 64; 12, 67 ; 1 P.M. 68; 2 and 3, 69; 4, 68; 5, 664; 6, 65; 7, 645; 8, 62; 9, 601; 10, 59).

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 49; 3 P.M. 70; 7, 62. Barometer 30.10 to 30.15. Wind N.W. in the morning and S.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 38; 7, 40; 8, 44; 9, 53; 10, 56: 11, 60; 12, 62; 1 P.M. 63; 2, 63,5; 3, 64; 4, 65 ; 5, 64; 6, 60; 7,52; 8, 48; 9, 44; 10; 43. Sky clear all day. Wiud S.W. at sunset. Considerable frost at this place.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 54; 9 A.M. 61; 3 P.M. 71; 9, 65. Barometer 29.50 to 29.70. Scattered clouds all day. Wind 8. at sunrise and 9 A.M., and S.W. at 3 and 9°P.M. Dew-point 40 to 46. Clouds cirro cumuli. Gale at sea, lat. 32 30N, long. 73 30W.

Wednesday, September 30. Brooklyn Heights.—Temp. 4 and 5 A.M. 54; 6, 56 ; 7, 57 ; 8, 58 ; 9, 62 ; 10, 64; 11, 67 ; 12, 69; 1 P.M. 72; 2, 73, Wren appeared ; 3,731; 5,71 ; 6. 70; 7, 674; 8 and 9, 65; 10, 64; 11, 62.

Flatbush, 7 A.M. 53: 3 P.M. 75 ; 7, 66. Barometer 29.80 to 29.90. Wind S.W. all day. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 36 ; 7, 38; 8, 43; 9, 52 ; 10. 56; 11, 61; 12, 621; 1 P.M. 65; 2, 661; 3, 68 ; 4, 664 ; 5, 66 ; 6. 64; 7, 60; 8, 52; 9, 481; 10, 44. Foggy at sunrise and clear at noon and sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise and S.W. at noon and sunset. Frost

to-day.

all day.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M. 63; 7, 65; 8, 67 ; 9, 68 ; 10 and 11, 69; 12, 691; 1 to 3 P.M. 69; 4 to 6,68; 7,610 ; 10, 59. Cloudy at sunrise and sunset, and scattered clouds at noon. Wind S.W. at sunrise and noon. 6 A.M., light sprinkling of rain—continued at intervals during the day-08-100 of an inch fell.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 54 ; 9 A.M. 56 ; 3 P.M. 63;

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 62: 9 A.M. 66; 3 P.M. 75; 9, 68. Barometer 29.30 to 29.44. Scattered clouds at sunrise and 9 A.M., and clear at 3 and 9 P.M. Wind S.W. all day. Dew-point 38 to 44.

Gale at sea, in the Gulf Stream.

Rain in the month of September, 1846.–At Syra. cuse, N.Y., five inches 75-100 of an inch; at Saltville, Va., one inch and 71-100 of an inch, and at Flatbush, but 9-100 of an inch. The gales in September were continuous, from September 6th to September 30th, commencing in the West Indies and extending north to the coast of Great Britain.

NOTE. -The details of the Earthquakes, Storms, &c., will be found in the pages following the February Meteorlogical Record, arranged under the heads of the minortive months, in chronological order.

at sunset.

Thursday, October 1.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 40; 9 A.M., 54; 3 P.M., 73; 9, 68. Barometer, 29 68 to 29.70. Sky clear Brooklyn Heights. Tem. at 6 A.M., 58; 7, 59}; 59; 9 P.M., 54. Barometer, 29.58. Sky clear at sun- nearly all day..Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M., and 8, 63; 9, 65; 10, 67; 11, 69; 12, 72; 1 P.M., 74; 2, rise, and cloudy the rest of the day. Wind E. at sun- S.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point, 48. Lightning 745; 3, 75; 4, 74; 5, 72; 6, 70; 7, 68; 8, 67; 9, 66;

rise, S.E, at 9 A.M, and S. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew- active during the evening. 10, 65. point 36 10 44. Clouds nimbus all day.

Thursday, October 8. Flatbush at 7 A.M., 57; 3 P.M., 76; 7, 66. Baro

Monday, October 5. meler, 29, 75. Wind N.W. in the morning, S.W.

Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 4 and 5 A. M., 59; 6,

Brouklyn Heights.-Tem, at 4 to 6, A.M., 54; 7. in the ariernoon. Sky clear all day.

60; 7, 61; 8, 63; 9, 65; 10, 675; 11, 71; 12, 74; 1 55; 8, 58; 9, 601; 10, 61%; 11, 621; 12, 631; 1 10 3 At Sallville, al 6 A.M., 42; 7, 43; 8, 47; 9, 56; 10,

P.M., 76; 2 and 3, 761; 4,75; 5, 73; 6, 11d; 7,70; P.M., 651; 4, 641; 5, 633 ; 6, 62; 7, 613; 8, 61; 11, 59}; 11, 64; 12, 66 ; 1 P.M., 68; 210 4, 69; 5, 681;

8, 69; 9, 68; 10, 66. 56. 6, 64; 7, 59; 8,55%; 9, 53; 10, 511. Foggy al sun

Flatbush, at 7 A M., 58; 3 P.M., 78; 7, 70. Ba.

Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 55; 3 P.M., 65; 7, 60. Barise and clear al noon and sunsel. Wind N.E. at

rometer, 30.20. Wind W. all day. Sky clear all rometer, 30. Wind N.W. in the morning and S.W. sunrise and S.W. at noon and sunset.

day. Blossoms out on cherry and apple trees. in the afternoon. Cloudy in the morning and clear At Syracuse, at sunrise, 62; 9 A.M., 64; 3 P.M.,

At Saitville, at 6 A.M.; 471; 7, 48; 8,51 ; 9, 61; in the afternoon. 59 ; 9, 55. Barometer, 29 34 to 29 40. Sky cloudy

10, 66; 11, 67; 12, 69; 1 and 2 P.M., 70, 3, 701; 4,

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 44; 7, 46; 8, 48; 9, 54; all day. Wind W. at sunrise and 9 A.M, and N.

70; 5, 69; 6, 66; 7,61; 8,57; 9, 554 ; 10, 53. Fog. 10, 60; 11, 62; 12, 63; 1 to 3 P.M., 645; 4, 65; 5, W.al 3 and 9 P.M. Dew Point 42 10 50.

gy at sunrise and clear at noon and sunset. Wind 641; 6, 63; 7,55; 8, 51; 9, 49; 10, 475. Foggy at The schr. Pioneer, from Brazos Santiago, enconn

N.E. at sunrise and noon, and S.W. at sunset. sunrise and clear at noon and sunset. Wind S.W. tered a severe gale on the 1st, 15 iniles off the S. W.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 64; 9 A.M., 70; 3 P.M., Pass, which caused the schr. to leak badly. On the

75; 9, 66. Barometer, 29.80 10 29.84. Sky cloudy

At Syracuse, at sunrise. 50; 9 A.M., 61; 3 P.M., 5th picked up at sea Geo. Sneider in a skiff, twenty

all' day. Wind N.W. at sunrise; 9 A.M., 3 P.M., 67; 9, 53, Barometer, 29.60. Sky cloudy all day. five miles off the S. W. Pass.-N. P. Pic. Oct. 7.)

and S.W. at 9 P.M. Dew point 54 to 60. AlmosWind S. at sunrise, 9 Á.M. and 3 P.M., and S.W.

phere very smoky all day.
Friday, October 2.
at 9 P.M. Dew-point, 46.

Boston, Oct. 27-As ship Antwerp, Liverpool, 8th
Brooklyn Heights.— Tem, ai 5 and 6 A.M., 60; 7, The Br. ship Madras which sailed on the 26th of
61; 8, 60; 10, 61 ; 11, 62; 12,645; 1 P.M.,.66, 2, 65};
September, bound to Rotterdam; on the 5th inst. in

inst. lat. 43, 35, long. 43 in a hurricane from S.W.,

10 N.W. lost main-topmast head, two topsáils, top3 to 6, 64%; 7, 64; 8, 63.

lat. 40, 45, loog. 57, 38, in a gale from S. W. 10 N. Flatbush, al 7 A.M., 59; 3 P.M., 65; 7, 63. Ba- E. which blew a complete hurricane, split sails,

gallant sails, and received other damage. rometer 29 80. Wind N.E. in the morning, and E. stove bulwarks, carried away the head and done

Friday, October 9. in the afternoon. Cloudy in the morning, and rain other damage and set the vessel leaking badly; Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. ai 5 and 6 A.M., 61; 7, in the alternoon; considerable thunder, lightning thought it prudeul to return for repairs. On Tues- 64; 8; 66; 9, 67; 10, 70; 11, 73; 12, 76; 1 P.M., and wind-07-100 of an inch of rain tell.

day, at 4 P. M. in the S. E, gale, while coming over 771; 2, 78; 3, 771; 4, 76; 5, 74; 6, 73; 7, 72; 8, 701; Al Saltville, al 6 A.M., 51; 7, 53; 8, 57; 9, 59; the Bar nearthe Hook, carried away mizzen-lopmast,

9, 69. 10, 62; 11 to 2 P.M., 63; 3, 621; 4 and 5, 62 ; 6, 61; maintop sail yard, split main and mizzen topsail and Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 61; 3 P. M., 80; 7; 75; Ba7, 58; 8 and 9, 54; 10, 52. Scattered clouds at sun- spanker, and succeeded in getting to an anchor at rometer, 30.05 to 30.20. Wind S.W. all day. Sky rise, cloudy at noon and hazy al sunsel. Wind N.E. the S. W. split, where she rode out the gale without clear all day: all day. further damage.

At Sallville, at 6 A.M., 46; 7, 48; 8, 52}; 9, 61;. Al Syracuse, at sunrise, 50; 9 A.M., 63 ; 3 P.M., Brig Lora, trom Maracaibo, on Oct. 5th, lat. 14, 10, 66; 11, 68; 12, 68}; 1 P.M., 70; 2 and 3, 71; 4, 57; 9, 48. Barometer, 29.30 to 29.60. Sky cloudy

long: 72, encountered a violent hurricane from E. S. 70; 5, 69; 6, 674; 7, 62; 8, 59; 9,541; 10, 52. all day. Wind E. at sunrise and 9 A.M. and N.W. E., which continued tor nine hours-sustained how. Foggy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and clear at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 47 10 50. Showers 14 P. ever, no material damage.

at sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise and sunset, and M. and 3 P.M. 15-100 of an inch of rain tell.

Tuesday, October 6.

S.W. at noon.
Most MELANCHOLY CASUALITY-DEATH OF THREE
Young Ladies.-On Friday afternoon, Oci. 2nd,

Brooklyn Heights.—Tem. 4 to 6 P.M., 52; 7, 55;

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 63; 9 A.M., 78; 3 P.M., 8,58; 9, 601 10, 63; 11, 65; 12, 661; 1 and 2 P.M.

79; 9, 56. Barometer, 29.68 10 29.82. Sky cloudy three young girls, Miss Kepperling, Miss Bare and 671; 3, 67; 4, 66; 5, 64; 6, 62; 7, 613; 8, 60; 9, 59;

nearly all day. Wind S.W. at sunrise and 9 A.M., Miss Baker were drowned in Mr. Jacob Ari's spring. 10, 55.

and N.W. ai 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 58 10 60. house, about one mile from Lewistown, Pa. 'They

Flatbush, al 7 A.M., 53; 3 P.M., 68 ; 7, 61. Ba

Rain at 4 P.M. 10 7 P.M. 55-100 of an inch sell. had gone to the spring-house for the purpose of se. rometer, 30.15 to 30.20. Wind N.E. in the morning

Brig Pleiades on Oct, 9th, lal. 29, 30, long. 80, curing the inilk and other articles in it, from being and S.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

took a gale from N. N E., 10 S. S.E., which lasted to flooded, there being indications of a heavy storm of ‘rain. While in the spring-house the rain poured

Al Sallville, al 6 A.M., 40; 7, 42; 8, 52; 9, 58;

13th, during which time ihrew overboard deck load, 10, 61; 11, 64; 12, 66}; 1 and 2 P M., 68; 3, 681 ;

lost sails and stern boal, knocked off the head, and down in torrents, filling the lower story instantly, and covering the floor of the lost to the depth of some 4, 69; 5, 681; 6, 68; 7, 64; 8, 58 ; 9, 55 ; 10, 533.

started cutwater; strained the vessel so as to cause "two feel, the torrent rushing in at the door, and renFoggy at sunrise, and clear at noon and sunset.

her to leak badly. Wind N.E. at sunrise. dering their escape impossible. Their bodies were At Syracuse, at sunrise, 46; 9, A.M., 59; 3 P.M.,

Saturday, October 10. extricated by some persons who hurried to their as68; 9, 56. Barometer, 29.64 to 29.82. Sky clear ai

Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 5 to 7 A.M., 53; 8, 52}; sistance, but lou late to save their lives. 3 and 9 P.M. Wind S. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.

9, 55; 10, 55}; 11, 56; 12, 57; 1 P.M., 58; 2, 58}; Saturday, October 3. M., and S E. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 45 and 46. Fog

3, 58; 4, 57; 5,56; 6 and 7, 52; 8, 517; 9, 491. Brooklyn Heights.—Tem. 5 and 6 A.M., 56; 7, gy al sunrise.

Flatbush, al 7 A.M., 51;.3 P.M., 57; 7, 52. Ba. 55; 8, 56; 9, 57; 10, 561; 11, 58; 12, 59; 1 P.M., Bark Ospray, from Havana bound to Bremer, rometer, 30,20 10 30.30. Wind N. all day. Sky clear 595; 2, 61; 3,614; 4, 601; 5, 60; 6, 59; 7, 58; 8, 54; experienced a succession of gales, from Oct. 6th to

all day. 9, 53; 10, 52; 11, 51. 13th, in lat. 30, 40, long. 81. 30, blowing a hurricane

At Sallville, at 6 A.M., 47; 7, 49; 8, 52; 9, 58; Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 56; 3 P.M. 60; 7, 54. Ba- from E. by S., at 6 P. M. made the land bearing N. 10, 62; 11, 671; 12, 70; 1 to 5 P.M., 72; 6, 704; 7, rometer, 29.85 to 29.95. Wind N.E. in the inorning, N. E. 4 miles distant, the wind directly on shore,

69; 8, 67; 9, 66; 10, 64. Foggy at sunrise, scatterand N. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day. sounded 14 fathoms, hove over board water and har

ed clouds at noon and cloudy at sunset. Wind N. Al Saltville, at 6 A. M., 53; 7, 56, 8, 58; 9. 591; ness casks, 11 in number, to clear the decks, and 3

E. all day. 10, 61; 11, 61); 12, 63; 1 P.M., 65; 2, 65}; 3 to 5, topgallant steering sails, as the ship was laying with Ai Syracuse, at sunrise, 43; 9 A.M., 47; 3 P.M., 65; 6, 64; 7, 56; 8, 55; 9, 54; 10, 53. · Scattered her lee sail in the waier, and expecting to go on

50; 9, 41. Barometer, 2990 to 30.02. Sky clear at clouds ai sunrise and noon, and clear al sunset. share; at 8 A. M. the wind more to the S. E., which

3 and 9 P.M. Wind N. all day. Dew-point 30 Wind N.E. at noon. enabled the ship to make a better drift: al 9 P. M.,

to 42. At Syracuse, at sunrise, 40; 9 A.M., 48; 3 PM., sounded and got 13 fathoms; al 10; the ship was

At 10 P.M., hurricane set in at Havana. Baro56; 9, 44. Barometer, 29.58' 10 29.70. Scattered struck by a heavy sea which pitched away, ihe jib

meter, 29.68. Thermometer, 80—12 midnight Baroclouds all day, clear at 9 P.M. Wind N.E, at sun- and flying jibboon, tore-topgallani masl yard, main

meler, 29.50. rise and 9 A.M., and N.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew. topgallant mast and royal masts, with everything at

Sunday, October 11. point 34 10 36.

tached; stove the galley, camboose house and re-
ceived much other damage.

Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. at 4 to 6, A.M., 42
Sunday, October 4.

7,411; 8, 47; 9, 49; 10 and 11, 52; 12, 53; 1 P.M., Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. at 5 and 6 A.M., 51;

Wednesday, October 7.

54; 2 10 4,55; 5, 54; 6, 52}; 7, 49 ; 8, 48 ; 9, 47. 7 and 8,53; 9,57; 10, 59; 11, 60; 12, 61; i 10 3 Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 4 to 6 A.M., 55; 7, 58; Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 40; 3 P.M., 56 ; 7, 50. BaP.M., 63; 4,61; 5 and 6, 591; 7,57; 8, 56, 9, 55; 8, 60; 9, 62; 10, 64; 11, 67 ; 12, 68; 1 P.M, 70; 2 rometer, 30.40. Wind N.E. Ský clear all day. 10 and 11, 54.

and 3, 71; 4, 70; 5, 69; 6, 68; 7, 67; 8, 661; 9, 65; Frost in very many places. Flatbush, 7 A.M., 46; 3 P.M., 62; 7, 57. Baro10, 62.

At Saltville, al 6 A.M., 48; 7, 50; 8, 514; 9, 53; meter 30.00 Wind N.E. In the morning and S.E. in Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 54; 3 P.M. 71; 7, 65. Baro- 10, 555; 11, 57}. Cloudy at sunrise and clear at the afternoon. Sky clear in the morning, and cloudy meter 30.15 10 30.20. Wind S.W. all day. Sky noon. Wind N.E. at sunrise and noon. in the afternoon. Light rain at 8 P.M. 05-100 of clear all day.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 34; 9 A.M., 48; 3 P.M., an inch tell.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 49; 7, 52; 8, 59; 9, 603; 58 ; 9,50. Barometer, 29.86 to 30.02. Sky clear at At Saltville, al 6 A.M.,52; 7,54; 8, 56; 9, 60; 10, 10, 62); 11, 654; 12, 68; 1 P.M., 684; 2,

3, 691 ;

sunrise, 9 A.M.and 9 P.M. Wind E. all day. Dew62; 11, 62}; 12, 641.; 1 P.M., 674 ; 2, 69; 3, 683; 4, 4, 69; 5, 67; 6, 64; 7, 583; 8, 56; 9, 53}; 10, 511. point 28 to 30. Heavy frost, clouds light cirrus, 3 66; 5, 64; 6, 63. 7, 60$; 8, 54; 9, 52; 10, 48. Fog. Foggy at sunrise, and clear at noon and sunset. P.M. gy at sunrise, and clear al noon and sunset. Wind Wind S.W. at noon.

Hurricane from Havana arrived at Key West S.W. at noon.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 52; 9 A.M. 65; 3 P.M., this morning at 10 o'clock. [Note.-The detail of Storms and Earthquakes will be found immediately succeeding the February Meteorological record, arranged under separate months.

69;

62;

Monday, October 12.

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 45; 7, 46; 8, 47; 9, 54; At Syracuse, at sunrise, 29; 9 A.M., 38; 3 P.M., Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 4 to 6 A.M., 45; 7, 49,

10, 62; 11, 64; 12, 68; 1 and 2 P.M., 72; 3, 71; 4, 49; 9, 42. Barometer, 29.70 to 29.78. Light clouds 8,514; 9, 55; 11, 59; 12, 603; 1 and 2 P.M., 62; 3, 68; 5, 66; 6, 65; 7 and 8 64. Foggy at sunrise and all day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M. and S.E. 61; 4, 60; 5, 59; 6, 58; 7 10 10, 57.

clear at noon and sunset. Wind W. at sunrise and at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 24 to 30. Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 42; 3 P.M., 64; 7, 59. Ba. noon.

SNOW.-The White Mountains, which had been rometer 30.20 to 30 30. Wind S. all day. Sky clear

At Syracuse, at suprise, 40; 9 A.M., 53; 3 P.M., for several days invisible from this city, revealed all day.

66; 9, 60. Barometer, 29.44 to 29.58. Sky cloudy themselves yesterday morning, (191h) covered from At Syracuse, at sunrise, 46 ; 9 A.M., 54; 3 P.M., all day. Wind S. all day. Dew-point, 32 to 52.

base lo summit with their magnificent winter drape64; 9, 58. Barometer, 29 52 to 29.76. Sky clear at

The Village OF SCHLEDORFF DESTROYED BY LIGHT- ry.-Portland Adv., Oct. 20. 9 A.M. aad 9 P.M. Wind S. all day. Dew-point,

NING.–The Journal des Debats furnishes the follow- There was a frost yesterday morning within the 36 to 46. ing letter, dated Munich, 20th October, 1846:

boundaries of the city. There would have been frost Ship Swalara, on the 11th and 12th of October, 40 “On Friday, the 16th of October, a terrible storm, over the entire city, but for the excessive aridity of miles E. of Abaco, experienced very heavy gales of

accompanied by lightning, tell on the village oi the atmosphere, and all contiguous substances.-Mowind, from S. to E.N.E., with much thunder and Schledorff, situated at three leagues distance from

bile Adv. 201h. lighining, with rough sea.

our capitol, and in less than two hours it completely Frost.--A letter dated at Sandersville, Washing

destroyed that large ana handsome village, of which ton county, Ga., Oct. 20th, says: “ We were visited Tuesday, October 13.

no trace remains. The greater number of the houses this morning with a white trosi, which puts an end Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 4 and 5 A.M., 61; 6, were broken to pieces by the tempest, and the re

to the opening of cotton." There was a slight frost 7, 621; 8 to 11, 64 ; 12, 643; 1 P.M., 65; 2, 65);

mainder were set on fire by the lightning and totally in the vicinity of Savannah the same morning, but 3 to 5, 66 ; 6, 67; 7, 68; 8 and 9, 67. consumed. The flames communicated to the neigh

not sufficient to affect vegetation. Hurricane arrived at Brooklyn at 3 P.M., in 65 boring forests, which continued burning for four Frost.–We learn from several person that a hours from Havana, and 55 hours from Key West; days. During this disaster, the therinometer mark- grey frost was visible in the suburbs of the city on its force diminished in proportion to the length of its ed al Munich 240, Reaumur, and suffocating heat Tuesday morning. The appearance of this frigid path.

was experienced, an extraordinary faci in the inonih visitor is an order for yellow fever to deparı, which Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 62; 3 P.M., 66; 7, 68. Ba- of October. The sky was of an ashy hue."

the disease never fails to obey.- V. 0. Com. Bul. rometer 29.15 to 29.80. Wind S.E. Rain in the Killed by Lightning.–We learn ibat a German,

Oct, 22. morning and afternoon. 85-100 of an inch fell. Vio- named Halweich, was killed by lighining a liitle

Tuesday, October 20. lení gale of wind in the afternoon-lulled about sun

below Black Rock Dam yesterday afternoon.-Buf- Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 5 and 6 A.M., 36; 7, set. Blew very hard again at 7 P.M., and continued falo Com. Adv. Oct. 17.

375; 8, 39}; 9, 43}; 10. 47; 11, 48; 12, 50; 1 P.M., for about an hour. Several limbs of irees and whole

Saturday, October 17.

52; 2, 54 ; 3, 53; 4, 52; 5, 53; 6, 50; 7, 491; 10, trees blowu down.

Brooklyn Heights.---Tem. 4 to 7 A.M., 59}; 8,

47. At Saltville, at 12 M , 55; 1 and 2 P.M., 54; 3

60}; 9, 63; 10, 654; 11, 66; 12, 68; 1 P.M., 69}; Flaibush, ai 7 A.M., 36; 3 P. M., 55; 7,50. Ba. and 4, 52; 5 and 6, 50; 7, 47; 8, 46. Cloudy all day. 2 and 3, 70; 4, 695; 5, 68; 6, 661; 7 and 8, 64; 9,

rometer 30.00 to 30.10. Wind N.E. in the morning Wind E. at sunrise and noon, and w. at sunset. 62).

and S.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day. First Rain in the night. 3 and 09-100 inches fell.

Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 57; 3 P.M., 71; 7, 64. Ba- general frost. At Syracuse, at sunrise, 58; 9 A. M., 58; 3 PM.,

rometer, 29.90 to 30.00, Wind S.W. in ihe morn- At Syracuse, at sunrise, 40; 9 A.M., 41; 3 P.M., 58; 9, 52. Barometer, 29.36 at sunrise and 28.76 at

ing and S. in the afiernoon. Sky clear all day. 48; 9, 41. Barometer, 29.50 10 29.68. Sky cloudy 3 P.M. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S.E. at sunrise

Al Saltville, at 6 A.M,, 50; 7 and 8, 54; 9, 56; all day. Wind S. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., and 9 A.M., E. at 3 P.M., and W. at 9 P.M. Dew

10, 60; 11, 62; 12, 65; 1 P. M., 68; 2, 71; 3 and 4, and W. at 9 P.M. Dew-point, 30 10 33. Rain 10-100 point 50 to 57. Barometer, 1 P.M., 29.00; 3, 28.76 ; 69; 5, 68; 6, 67; 7 and 8, 66. Foggy at sunrise,

of an inch tell. 4, 28.64; 5, 28.50; 6, 28.44; wind shified W. 7 P.

clear at noon, and cloudy at sunset. Wind W. at M. Thermometer, 58. Barometer, 28.44; 8, 28.66; noon and N.W. at sunsel. Rain 34-100 of an inch

Wednesday, October 21. 9, 28.86; 10, 2896. Rain 54 A.M. 10 71 P.M. i fell.

Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 6 and 7 A.M., 43; 8, and 60-100 inches fell,

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 42; 9 A.M., 44; 3 P.M.,

46; 9, 47; 10, 491; 11, 51; 12, 52; 1 P.M., 54; 2, Wednesday, October 14. 40; 9, 35. Barometer, 29.64 10 29.66. Sky cloudy

55; 3, 54; 4, 52; 5, 50; 6 and 7, 485; 8, 47; 9, 46; Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 4 10 6 A.M., 55; 7, 58; all day. Wind N.W. all day. Dew-foini, 35 to 52.

10, 44. 8 to 10, 59; 11, 60; 12, 58}; 1 P.M., 60; 2, 61; 3 Rained, at intervals, all day; commenced snowing,

Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 42; 3 P.M., 55; 7, 48. Baand 4, 611 ; 5, 601; 6 and 7, 591; 8, 55; 9, 533; 10, 6 P.M.' Fell three inches during the night. Rain;

rometer, 30.00 to 30.05. Wind N.W.in ihe morn70-100 of an inch fell.

ing and w. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day. 51; 11, 47. Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 56; 3 P.M. 58; 7, 57. Ba

Early Sleighing.–At Burlington, Vi. on Sunday

White frost. rometer 29.60 to 29.65. Wind N.W. all day. Sky last, (181h,) ihe snow was four inches deep, and

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 38; 9 A.M., 43; 3 P.M., cloudy all day. Rain 03-100 of an inch fell in the people rode to church in sleighs.-Springfield Ga

46; 9, 40. Barometer, 29.60 to 29.70. Light clouds afternoon. zelle.

all day. Wind S.W. all day. Dew-Poini, 26 to 28. At Saltville, ai 6 A.M. 43; 7 and 8, 46; 9, 48; 10, SNOW.-We learn by the telegraph that there was

Thursday, October 22. 49; 11, 50; 12, 53; 1 P.M., 54; 2 and 3, 53; 4, 54; snow an inch deep in Auburn, yesierday morning.

Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 6 A.M., 38; 7,39; 8,41; 5, 53; 6, 54; 7 and 8, 52. Sky cloudy at sunrise and There was also a snow furry here, in the early part

9,44; 10, 47; 11, 491; 12, 50; 1 P.M., 511; 2, 54; 3, noon, clouds breaking at sunset. Wind W. all day. of the day, but the snow melted as fast as it fell.

531; 4, 54}; 5 and 6, 53; 7, 49%; 8, 48}; 9, 471. Rain 02-100 of an inch fell.

Troy Whig, Oct. 19.
The first snow.-

Flatbush, a: 7 A.M., 36; 3 P.M., 54; 7, 49. BaAt Syracuse, at sunrise, 46; 9 A.M., 50; 3 P.M.,

:- It commenced raining here Sa

rometer, 29.85 to 30.05. Wind S.W. in the morn55; 9, 43. Barometer, 29.30 io 29 38. Light clouds turday evening, and continued until about ien o'clock

ing and W. in the afternoon. Sky cloudy in the all day-clear at 9 P.M. Wind N.W.all day. Dewyesterday, when the rain became mingled with hail.

morning and clear in the afiernoon. White frost. point 36 to 46. About 11, it turned to snow, and snow continued to

Ai Syracuse, at sunrise, 38; 9 A.M., 40; 4 P.M., fall for several hours. It, however, melted as it fell. Thursday, October 15.

46; 9, 31. Barometer, 29 44 to 29.70. Sky cloudy Albany Evening Journal, Oct. 19.

all day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M., W. al 3 Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 4 and 5, A.M. 46; 6,

Sunday, October 18.

P.M., and N.W, at 9 P.M. Dew-point, 32 to 37. 49; 7,491; 8, 53; 9, 54; 10, 56; 11, 57; 12, 58}; 1 P.M., 601; 2 and 3,60; 4, 59; 5,56; 6, 56; 7, 53;

Brooklyn Heights.—Tem. 6 A.M., 48; 7 49; 8,

Wind shified 3 P.M., W.3; and 6, N.W.3; rained 47; 9 and 10, 45; 11 to 4 P.M., 44; 5 to 8, 43; 9

at intervals. 20-100 of an inch fell. 8, 52; 9, 51.

and 10, 42. Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 43; 3 P.M., 60; 7, 53. Ba

Friday, October 23. rometer, 29.75 to 29.85. Wind N.W. in morning,

Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 47; 3 P.M., 43; 7, 41. Barometer, 29.75 to 29.80. Wind N.E. in ihe morning,

Brooklyn Heights.- Tem, 6 A.M., 34; 7, 33; 8, and S.W. in afiernoon. Sky clear in morning and and N. in the afternoon. Rain in the morning, and

34; 9, 36; 10, 38; 11, 40; 12, 41; 1 P.M., 43; 2, 44; cloudy in afternoon. cloudy in the afternoon. 07-100 of an inch of rain

3, 45; 4 and 5, 46; 6, 47; 7,44 ; 8 and 9, 441; 10 At Salıville, at 6 A.M., 45 ; 7, 46; 8, 47; 9, 50;

and 11, 45. tell. 10, 53; 11, 55 ; 12, 59; 1 P.M., 61; 2, 62, 3 and 4,

Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 32; 3 P.M., 47; 7, 44. Ba. 60; 5, 59; 6, 58; 7 and 8, 57. Light clouds at sun

At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 48; 7, 50; 8, 53; 9, 53);

rometer, 29.85 to 30.00 Wind N. in ihe morning 10,54; 11, 55 ; 12, 576; 1 P.M., 58; 2, 54; 3, 48; 4, rise and noon, and clear at sunset. Wind W. at

and S.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day. Ice. 43; 5, 42; 6,41; 7, 40; 8, 39. Cloudy all day. noon.

Ai Syracuse, at sunrise, 22; 9 A.M., 31; 3 P.M.; At Syracuse, at sunrise, 40; 9 A.M., 50; 3 P.M., Wind N.E. at sunrise, and S.W. at noon and sun

36; 9, 43. Barometer, 29.34 :0 29.70. Sky clear ai set. 54; 9, 42. Baromeier, 29.38 io 29.61. Light clouds

sunrise and cloudy the rest of the day. Wind S. all al sunrise, cloudy at 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., and clear

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 34; 9 A.M., 35; 3 P.M.,

day. Dew-point 20 to 28. Light flurry of snow 2 at 9 P.M. Wind S.E. al sunrise, S. al 9 A.M. and 39; 6, 37. Barometer, 29.60 to 29.68. Sky cloudy

P.M.; light snow during the night. 10-100 of an 9 P.M, and W. at 3 P.M. Dew.point, 34. all day. Wind N. all day. Dew-point, 27 to 32.

inch of rain and melted snow fell.

Monday, October 19.
Friday, October 16.
Brooklyn Heights.— Tem. 4 A.M., 37; 5, 36; 6,

Saturday, October 24. Brooklyn Heights.--Tem. 4 to 6 A.M., 46; 7,50; 35}; 7, 36; 8, 38; 9 and 10, 414, 11, 43; 12, 44; 1 Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 4 to 6 A.M., 45 ; 7, 46; 8 and 9, 55; 10,58; 11, 604; 12, 62; 1 P.M., 631; P. M., 46; 2, 48; 3, 473; 4, 48; 5, 471; 6, 45; 7, 44; 8, 50; 9,51%; 10, 54; 11, 56; 12, 58; 1 and 2 P.M., 2, 64; 3, 631; 4, 62, 5, 61; 6, 60; 7 to 11, 591. 8, 42; 9, 42.

59; 3, 58; 4, 56; 5, 55); 6 and 7. 55; 8, 51; 9, 50. Flaibush, at 7 A.M., 42; 3 P.M., 65; 7, 60. Ba- Flatbush, at 7 A.M, 34; 3 P.M., 47; 7, 42. Ba. Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 44; 3 P.M., 59; 7,51. Barometer, 30.05 10 30.15. Wind S.W. in the morning rometer, 30.05 to 30.10. Wind N. in the morning, rometer, 29.75 to 29.90. Wind S.W. in the morning and S. in the alternoon. Sky clear all day.

and N.E. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day. and N.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day. Note:-The details of storms and Earthquakes will be found immediately succeeding the February Meteorological record, arranged under separate months.

At Saltville, at 8 A.M., 44; 9, 455; 10. 51 ; 11, 56; 4, 60; 5 and 6, 581; 7, 41; 8, 38; 9, 34 ; 10, 33.

Monday, November 2 12, 58; 1 P.M., 60, 2, 61; 3, 615; 4, 60; 5, 58; 6, Clear all day. Wind N.E. at sunrise; S.W.at noon Brooklyn Heights.—Tem. 6 A.M., 52; 7, 53; 8 54; 7, 491; 8, 46; 9, 42; 10, 41. Sky clear all day. and sunset.

and 9, 55; 10 and 11,57; 12 and 1 P.M., 581; 2, Wind S.W. all day.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 35; 9 A.M., 42; 3 P.M., 591; 3, 603; 4, 60; 5, 58; 6, 58; 7, 59; 8, 581; 9, Al Syracuse, at sunrise, 41; 9 A.M., 44; 3 P.M., 49; 9, 43. Barometer, 29.60 io 29.70. Sky cloudy 59. Rain storm continged -heavy rain at 3 and 4, 46; 9, 37. Barometer 29.34 io 29 66. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S.W. at sunrise and 9 A.M., W. at P.M. 160-100 inches fell. all day. Clear at 9 P.M. Wind W. all day. Dew- 3 & 9 P.M. Clouds nimbus all day. Light mist. Flatbush, morn., 53; alt., 58; even., 57. Baropoint 37 and 38. Light rain at intervals. 10-100 of an inch tell.

Friday, October 30.

meter 30.10 10 30.20. Wind E. in the morning, S.E. Sunday, October 25. Brooklyn Heights.—Tem. 6 A.M., 43; 7 to 10,

in the afternoon. Rain all day. 80-100 of an inch

fell. 464; 11 and 12, 51; 1 P.M , 54; 2, 55; 3 and 4, 54; Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 6 and 7 A.M., 40; 8, 5 and 6, 53; 7, 491; 8, 48 ; 9, 46.

Salıville, at 6 A.M., 54; 7, 56; 8, 60; 9 and 10, 43; 9, 45; 10, 47; 11,50; 12, 52; 1 P.M., 53; 2, 54;

Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 40; 3 P.M., 56; 7, 50. Ba

64; 11, 641 ; 12, 68; 1 P.M., 683; 2 to 4, 70; 5, 68; 3, 554 ; 4 and 5, 55 ; 6, 53; 7 and 8, 48; 9 and 10, rometer 30.15 to 30.20. Wind S.W. all day. Sky

6, 57; 7, 564; 8, 54; 9, 53; 10, 51. Cloudy at sun47. clear in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon.

rise and noon, clear at sunset. Wind S.W. all day. Flatbush, 7 A.M., 39; 3 P.M., 56; 7,50. BaroAt Saltville, at 6 A.M., 30; 7, 3:2; 8, 37; 9, 54;

Syracuse, at sunrise, 45; 9 A.M., 50; 3 P.M.58; mefer, 30.10 10 30.20. Wind N.W. all day. Sky 10 10 1 P.M., 564; 2 and 3, 58; 4, 584; 5, 591; 6,

9, 54. Barometer, 29.66 to 29.74. 'Ský cloudy alí clear all day. 50; 7, 491; 8, 48; 9, 46; 10, 44. Scaliered clouds

day. Wind E. all day. Dew-point 42 to 44. Began At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 31; 7, 34; 8, 37; 9. 404;

lo rain at 6 P.M. all day. Wind S.W. at noon. Rain. 63" 100 of 10, 48; 11, 54; 12 to 4 P.M., 56; 5, 54; 6, 50; 7, 48; an inch fell.

Cobourg, at 8 A.M., 49; 9, 491; 10 and 11, 491; 8, 45; 9, 43; 10, 42, Foggy at sunrise. Clear at

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 38; 9 A.M., 39; 3 P.M.,

12, 50; 1 P.M., 51; 2 to 4, 52; 5 10 8,53; 9 and 10 noon and sunset. 43; 9 36. Barometer, 29.84 to 30.08. Sky cloudy

53. Still continued raining until about 10 in the At Syracuse, at sunrise, 35; 9 A.M., 42; 3 P.M., all' day. Wind N.W. at sunrise and 9 A.M., N. at

evening, when it became very pleasant. 53; 9, 36. Barometer, 29.74 to 29.80. Sky clear ai 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 29 10 30. Clouds cirro

Rain all day at Colborne, Canada West. 3 and 9 P.M. Wind W. at sunrise and 9 A.M., N.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 56; 3 P.M., 59; 9,
stralus sunrise, stralus 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Wind
W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew point 28 10 29.
N.E. 11 A.M.

60. Lowest during the night, 57.
Monday, October 26.
SHARP LIGHTNING.–The house of Mr. Tutman

Tuesday, November 3.
Deadman, in North Carolina, was struck by light- Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 6 A.M., 591; 7, 58;
Brooklyn Heights.-Tem. 4 to 6 A.M., 404; 7.41
8, 45; 9, 48; 10, 52; 11, 55; 12, 56; 1 P.M., 57; 2

ning, which instantly killed bis wile and sei fire to 8, 60; 9 and 10, 62; 11 and 12, 66; i P.M., 66}; 2

his house. Two children and a negro were stunned and 3, 675; 4, 67; 5, 65 ; 6, 63; 7, 63 ; 8, 61;9,60. to 6, 56; 7 to 9, 53; 10, 54.

and burnt, but recovered shortly. The negro and Heavy rain ai 7 A.M. 85-100 of an inch'tell. Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 38; 3 P.M., 58; 7, 54. Ba

one child escaped, but the other remained by the Flatbush, morn., 60; ati., 66; even., 62. Barorometer, 30.25 10 30.35. Wind N.E. in the morning

body of the moiher and was burnt to death in the and S.E. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

meter, 30.10. Wind S.E. all day. Rair all day. house. The farmer was al work a mile off, and on 1 10-100 inches fell. At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 32; 7, 34; 8, 36; 9, 46;

his return found his wife, child and all his property Sallville, at 6 A.M., 47; 7, 48; 8, 54; 9, 60; 10, 10, 51; 11, 56; 12, 58; 1 P.M., 60; 2, 62; 3, 65; 8,

in ashes and ruin.- Journal of Commerce, Oct. 30. 52; 9, 40; 10, 48. Foggy at sunrise, clear al noon

61; 11, 68; 12 10 6 P.M., 69; 7, 65; 8, 60, 9, 52; 10, and sunset.

Saturday, October 31.

50. Foggy at sunrise, clear at noon and sunsel.

Wind S.W. 21 noon and sunset. At Syracuse, at suprise, 35; 9 A.M., 46; 3 P.M., Brooklyn Heights.—Tem. 5 to 8 A.M., 45; 9, 46; 59; 9, 53. Barometer, 29.56 to 29.90. Sky clear 10, 461; 11, 48; 12, 49%; 1 P.M., 52; 2,53; 3, 503;

Syracuse, at sunrise, 50; 9, A.M., 56; 3 P.M., 69;

9, 50. Barometer, 29.70 10 29.78. Sky cloudy ali nearly all day. Wind S.E. at sunrise, S. the rest of 4 and 5, 51; 6,50; 7 10 11, 491. Rain commenced the day. Dew-point 24 to 34. Heavy frost, clouds at 9 P.M. 15-100 of an inch tell.

day. Wind S.E. all day. Dew-point 50. Foggy cirro cumuli 3 P.M.

Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 46 ; 3 P.M., 52; 7, 50. Ba

at suorise, clouds cirro siratus, 9 A.M. Rain ended

at 4 A.M. 50.100 of an inch tell.
Tuesday, October 27.

romeler, 30.35 10 30.10. Wind N.E. all day. Sky
cloudy all day. Rain in the afternoon. 10-100 of

Cobourg, 8 A.M., 49}; 9,51; 10, 54; 11, 541; Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 6 A.M., 56; 7,57; 8, an inch fell.

12 and 1 P.M., 59; 2,56; 3, 551; 4, 541; 5 and 6, 59; 9, 591 : 10, 625; 11; 631; 12, 65; 1 P.M., 67; 2, At Salıville, at 6 A.M., 48; 7, 491; 8, 51; 9, 53;

521; 7, 51; 8, 50; and 10, 491. Pleasant all day. 66; 3, 663; 4, 651; 5, 64; 6 10 9, 633; 10, 61. 10, 57; 11, 62; 12, 63; 1 P.M., 62} ; 2, 62; 3, 60 ; 4,

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 64; 3 P.M., 69; 9, Flatbush, ai 7 A.M., 57; 3 P.M., 64; 7, 62. Ba59; 5 10 8,58; 9, 56; 10, 55. Sky cloudy all day

65. Lowest during the night, 60. rometer, 29.80 to 30. Wind S.W. all day. Sky clear Wind N.E., all day. Rain. 40-100 of an inch tell.

Wednesday, November 4. in the morning and cloudy in the afternoon

Al Syracuse, at sunrise, 33; 9 A.M., 38; 3 and 9 Brooklyn Heights.—Tem. 6 A.M., 611; 7, 621; 8, At Sallville, at 6 A.M., 40; 7, 42; 8, 44; 9, 46; P.M., 45. Barometer, 30.08 to 30.10. Sky cloudy 63; 9, 65; 10, 61; 12, 611; 1 P.M., 60; 2, 591; 3, 10, 52; 11,56; 12 and 1 P.M., 575; 2 10 7,57; 8, all day. Wind E. all day. Dew-point 32 to 35. 58; 4, 60; 5, 56}; 6, 55; 7, 514; 8, 54; 9, 531; 10, 53; 9, 50; 10, 48. Foggy at sunrise, cloudy at noon

Light sprinkle of rain at sunrise, 4 and 6 P.M. 53. Rain ceased at 2 P.M. and sunset. Wind N.E, at sunrise and noon, S.W. at sunset. Rain 11 1-100 of an inch fell.

The fall of rain in the month of October, 1846, at

Flatbush, worn., 61; aft., 54; even. 52. BaroAi Syracuse, at sunrise, 53; 9 A.M. anıl 3 P.M., the three localities named, was as follows: Flatbush,

meter 30.05. Wind N. all day. Rain in the morn

ing, clondy in the afternoon. Began to rain on the 55; 9, 48. Barometer, 29.34 io 29.50. Sky cloudy

L. I., one inch and 72-100 of an inch; Saltville, four all day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M.; W. a13 inches and 60-100 ot an inch; Syracuse, three inches

31st of October, about 5 P.M., and continued with

but little intermission until 12 M. to-day. 60-100 of and 9 P. M. Dew-point 42 to 44. Wind shified W. and 95-100 ot an inch.

an inch fell 10-day. 1 P.M. Thermometer 620. Rain 2 A.M. to 6 P.M.

Sunday, November 1.

Saltville, at 6 A.M., 44; 7, 46; 8, 54; 9 to 1 P. 45-100 of an inch fell.

Brooklyn Heights.- Tem.4 to 7 A.M., 491; 8 and

M., 58; 2, 55; 3 to 5, 54; 6, 53; 7.51; 8, 49; 9 and Wednesday, October 28. 9, 50; 10 and 11, 491; 12 and 1 P.M., 53; 2, 52; 3

10, 48. Foggy at sunrise, cloudy at noon and sun

sel. and 4, 51; 5, 50; 6, 50; 7 and 8, 49; 9, 50; 10, 49; Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 6 A.M., 48; 7, 471; 8,

Wind N.E. all day. 51; 9 504; 10, 50; 11, 52; 12, 481; 1 P.M., 504; 2, 11, 50. Rain storm all day. 1 inch tell.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 48; 9 A.M., 52; 3 P.M., 52; 511; 3, 52; 4, 49; 5, 44; 6, 42; 7, 40; 8 and 9, 39; Flatbush, morn., 50; alt., 51; even., 50. Barome

9, 46. Barometer 29.80 to 30.00. Sky cloudy all 10 and 11, 38. ter, 30.30 to 30.35. Wind N.É. all day. Rain all

day, till 9 P.M., clear al 9. Wind W. at sunrise, 9 Flatbush, at 7 A.M., 49 ; 3 P.M., 48; 7, 42. Baday. 50-100 of an inch tell.

A.M. and 3 P.M. N.W. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 41 rometer, 29.75 to 29.80. Wind N.E. in the morning, Sallville, at 6 A.M.,50; 7, 56 ; 8, 581 ; 9, 59; 10,

and 42. N.W. in the atiernoon. Rain in the morning, sky 62; 11, 66; 12 to 2 P.M., 64; 3. 65; 4, 64; 5, 62);

Cobourg, ai 7 A.M. 45; 8, 50; 9,54; 10, 56; 11, clear in the afternoon. 55-100 of an inch of rain tell. 6, 62; 7,00; 8, 56; 9, 52; 10, 50. Cloudy at sun

56}; 2 P.M. 554; 5, 50; 11, 381. Pleasant all day. Al Saltville, at 6 A.M., 32; 7, 34; 8, 36}; 9, 58; rise, scallered clouds at noon and sunsel, Wind N.

Rain at Philadelphia írom 31st of October to this 10, 60; 11 and 12, 57; 1 P.M., 60; 7, 54; 8, 50; 9, E. all day. Rain all day. 206-100 inches fell.

day, inclusive, 3 61-100 inches. Same gauge from 45; 10, 39. Cloudy at sunrise and sunsei. Scalier- Syracuse, at sunrise, 42; 9 A.M., 42; 3 P.M., 43;

17ın of August to 31st of October, 3 46-100 inches. ed clouds at noon. Wind N. E. at sunrise, S.W. at 9, 43. Barometer, 29.84 to 30.00. Sky cloudy all

New York Hospital. 9 A.M., 64; 3 P.M., 56; 9, noon and sunset, day. Wind E. all day. Dew-point, 40. Equili

54. Lowest during the night, 46. At Syracrise, at sunrise, 39; 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., brium commenced Oct. 31. IP.M. Thermometer,

Thursday, November 5. 38; 9, 36. Barometer, 29.60 to 29.64. Sky cloudy 45; 3, 45; 9, 45. Nov. 1, 12, A.M., 45; sunrise, 42; Brooklyn Heights. - Tem. 6 A.M., 50; 7, 52; 8, all day. Wind N. at sunrise and 9 A.M., N.W. at 7, 42; 8, 42; 9, 42; 10, 41); 11, 43; 12, 43; 1 P.M., 54; 9 and 10 55; 11, 59; 12 and 1 P.M., 60; 2, 62; 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 28 10 38. Clouds nimbus 43; 2, 421; 3, 43; 4, 43; 5, 43; 6, 44; 7, 43; 8, 43; 3,61; 4, 60; 5, 59; 6, 57; 7, 56; 8, 55; 9 and 10, 54. all day. Light mist.

9, 43; 10, 43. Rain 91 A.M. tu 41 P.M. 70-100 or Equilibrium commenced ai 9 P.M.

an inch tell. Thursday, October 29.

Flatbush, morn., 44; aft. 56; even., 52. BaromeCobourg, Upper Canada, 9 A.M., 43; 10, 44; 11, ter, 30.20 10 30.25. Wind N.E, all day. Sky clear Brooklyn Heights.- Tem. 6 and 7 A.M., 36; 8, 444; 12 and 1 P.M., 45; 2, 451; 3, 464; 4, 46; 5 in the morning, cloudy in the aliernoon. 43; 9, 40; 10, 44; 11, 46; 12, 49; 1 P.M., 53; 2, 545; and 6, 451; 7 and 8, 45; 9, 46; 10, 45). Rain all Saltville, 6 A.M., 46; 7, 48; 8, 52; 9, 57; 10, 58; 3, 52; 4, 541; 5,53; 6, 51; 7, 50; 8, 49; 9, 48, day and night.

11 and 12, 61; 1 P.M., 611; 2, 60; 3 and 4, 59; 5, Flatbush, 7 A.M., 37; 3 P.M., 52; 7, 50. Baro- Rain all day at Colborne, Canada West.

57; 6, 56; 7, 55; 8, 53; 9 and 10, 50. Scaliered meter, 29.90 to 30. Wind N.W. ail day. Clear in New York Hospital, Broadway, New York.- clouds all day. Wird N.E. all day. the morning, cloudy in the afternoon.

Thermometer, 9 J.M., 49; 3 P.M., 51; 9, 50. Low- Syracuse at sunrise, 34; 9 A.M., 49; 3 P.M., 51; At Saltville, at 6 A.M., 22; 7, 24; 8, 26; 9, 40; est during the night, sell-registering thermometer, 9, 36. Barometer 30.02 to 30.08. Sky clear all day. 10, 52; 11, 57; 12, 59; 1 P.M., 61; 2, 611; 3, 62; 49.

Wind W. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., S. at 9 P. Note. - The details of Storms and Earthquakes will be found immediately succeeding the February Meteorological record arranged under separate months.

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