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52); 7, 52; 8, 51; 9, 514 ; 10, 52. Foggy in the evening.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 43; 3 P.M. 49; 9, 47. Lowest during the night, 43.

Flatbush, moru. 39; aft. 50; even. 45. Barometer 29.90. Wind W in the morning. SW. in the afternoon. Cloudy in the morning, clear in the afternoon.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 43; 7,44; 8, 453; 9. 47); 10, 54; 11, 60.; 12, 65; 1 P.M. 70; 2,70.; 3, 71.); 4, 69; 5 and 6,65; 7, 64; 8, 62; 9,593 ; 10,56. Foggy at sunrise, murky at noon, and clear at sunset. Wind N.E. at noon, S.W. at sunset, aud calm at sunrise. Another beautiful day-wind light and changeableat 7 P.M. feint streaks of light in the heavens, diverg. ing from the north as a centre, and spreading half over our sky. Duration half an hour only. The sunset of to night was the most imposing I ever beheld.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 37 ; 9 A M. 37 ; 3 P.M. 44; 9 40. Barometer 29.36 to 29.56. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S.W. at sunrise. S.E. at 9 A.M. and s. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 32 to 42. Began to rain at 1 P.M. and ceased at 12 midnight-37-100 of an inch fell.

Fall of rain and snow during the month of Dec. as follows: At Syracuse, 3 inches and 22-100 of an inch, and 20 inches of snow; Flatbush. 3 inches and 41-100 of an inch; Saltville, 2 inches and 69-100 of an inch, and 9 inches of snow.

RAIN, SNOW AND DEW.

421; 11, 46; 12, 491; 1 P. M. 50; 2, 54; 3, 53 ; 4 and 5, 52; 6,51; 7,48.1; 8, 48; 9, 47 ; 10, 51. Sky cloudy at sunrise and noon, clear at sunset. Wind 8.W. all day-at 10 P.M. blowing very hard.

Byracuse, at sunrise, 38 ; 9 A.M. 41; 3 and 9 P.M. 51. Barometer 29.00 :0 29.92—sky cloudy all day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M., s.w.at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 22 to 37. Clouds light cirrus at 9 P.M.

Monday, December 28. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer at 1 A.M 41; 6 and 7, 42; 8 to 10, 43; 11, 431; 12, 43; 1 P.M. 45 ; 2, 44; 3, 45; 4, 44; 5, 43.; 6 and 7, 43; 8, 42; 9, 43; 10, 12

Wires, at 1 and 6 A.M.51; 7, 52; 8, 52); 9 to 11, 52; 12,511; 1 P.M. 525; 2,52 ; 3,53 ; 4, 52; 5 and 6, 51; 7,514; 8 and 9,50.1: 10, 50. Rain from 9 to 11 A.M.; heavy fog at 3.1 P.M.

New-York Hivspital, 9 A.M. 49; 3 P.M. 48; 9, 45. Lowest during the night. 46.

Flatbush, morn. 40; aft, and even. 46. Barometer 29.45 to 29.50. Wind S.W. all day. Rain in the morning-17-100 of an inch fell.

Saltville at 6 and 7 A.M. 54; 8, 555; 9 to 2 P.M. 56; 3 and 4, 58, 5.57 ; 6,56 ; 7 and 8, 58 ; 9, 57); 10, 57. Sky clondy all day. Wind S.W. all day-still blowing hard, light drizzle of raiu at noon; wind moderated at night..

Syracuse, at sunrise and 9 A.M. 37 ; 3 P.M.50; 9, 31. Barometer 29.10 to 29.20—sky cloudy all day. Wind S.W. at suurise, 8. at 9 A.M. and N.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 28 to 30.

Tuesday, December 29. Brooklyn Heights.— Thermometer at 6 A.M. 31; 7, 30; 8 aud 9. 29.1; 10.31; 11. 32 ; 12, 32; 1 P. M. 33; 2 and 3, 34; 4, 331; 5, 32 ; 6 and 7,314: 8, 30.); 9, 30 ; 10, 32.

Wires, at 6 A.M. 45; 7 to 9, 46; 10, 47 ; 11 to 1 P.M. 49 ; 2, 491; 3 and 4, 49; 5, 48; 6 and 7, 474: 8 and 9, 47 ; 10, 48. Sky clear all day-snow clouds in the West at 4 P.M.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 33; 3 P.M. 36 ; 9,33. Lowest daring the night, 32.

Flatbush, morn. 32; alt. 36; even. 32. Barometer 30.10. Wind N.W. all day-sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 6 to 9 A.M. 50; 10, 52; 11, 55; 12, 56f; 1 P.M. 59 ; 2, 62; 3, 60; 1, 59; 5, 560; 6, 53; 7,51; 8 aud 9, 52; 10, 53. Sky cloudy all day. Wind N. E.at sunrise and noon, variable at sunset. А lovely day-rain at 11 P.M., wind fresh from Sw.in the night.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 18; 9 A.M. 17; 3 P.M. 48; 9, 26. Barometer 29.64 to 29.86. Sky clear in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon. Wind N.E. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., E. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 8 to 12.

Wednesday, December 30. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 6 A.M. 38 7,39}; 8, 40; 9, 42; 10 and 11, 45; 12,43; 1 P.M. 431; 2, 44; 3, 441; 4, 431; 5, 42}; 6, 41; 7 and 8, 411; 10, 40.

Wires, at 6 and 7 A.M. 52; 8, 52; 9, 53 : 10 and 11,54; 12, 52; 1 and 2 P.M. 52.1; 3, 53; 4, 52; 5. 51: 6, 50; 7,500; 8,51; 10, 49. Rain in the morning.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 46; 3 P.M. 48 ; 9, 46 ; Lowest during the night, 42.

Flatbush, morn. 42 ; aft. 47 ; even. 44. Barometer 29.70 to 29.80. Wind S.E. in the morning, w. in the afternoon. Rain in the morning, clear in the afternoon. Began to rain before daylight, ceased at 11 A.M.-30-100 of an inch fell.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 56; 7, 57 ; 8, 58; 9, 59; 10. 601; 11, 61; 12, 624; 1 and 2 P.M. 64; 3, 62; 4, 60; 5,55; 6 and 7, 54; 8.51; 3, 49]: 10, 48. Sky cloudy at sunrise, clear at noon and sunset. Wind S. W. all day. Another lovely day.

Syracuse, ut sunrise, 28; 9 A.M. 39; 3 P.M. 42: 9 39. Barometer 29.28 to 29.56. Sky cloudy all day. Wind E. at sunrise and 9 A.M., S.W. at 3 P.M. and W. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 30 to 33. Rain from 3) A. M. to 8 A.M.-45-100 ot un inch fell.

Thursday, Deceniber 31. Brooklyn Heights.- Thermometer at 6 to 8 A.M. 37 ; 9, 38; 10, 40; 11, 435 ; 12, 46; 1 P.M 47.); 2, 483; 3,49; 4, 47; 5, 46; 6, 45 ; 7 and 8, 44; 9,45; 10, 41.

Wires, at 6 to 8 A.M. 48; 9, 50; 10, 52; 11, 54; 12, 55; 1 P.M. 56; 2 and 3, 563; 4, 54; 5, 53; 6,

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the year 1846, and the Snow and Rain Gauges for 7 years, ending Dec. 31, 1846. You will observe that the aggregate amount of Snow which fell during the seven years is 54 feet 5 inches, and that of wator during the same time, 21 feet 6 inches.

L. W. CONKEY. Friday, January 1, 1847. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer 6 to 8 A.M. 43 ; 9, 45; 10, 48; 11, 523; 12, 55; 1 P.M. 56; 2, 564; 3 and 4, 57 ; 5,56 : 6,544; 7,52; 8, 50; 9, 49; 10, 47).

By the Electric, Magnetic and Meteoric Wires, 6 to 8 A.M. 51; 9, 541; 10, 56 ; 11, 59; 12 and 1 P. M. 61 ; 2 to 5, 62; 6, 59; 7, 56; 8, 55; 9, 53; 10, 52..

New-York Hospital, 9 A M. 49; 3 P.M. 62; 9, 53. Lowest during the night, 45.

Flatbush morn. 42, aft. 62; even. 43. Baromete 29. 80. Wind S.W. all day. Sky clear all day. Anglo worms and Caterpillars seen.

Saltville, at 6 to 8 A.M. 42; 9, 421; 10, 50; 11, 56; 12, 67 ; 1 P.M.70; 2, 69}; 3, 69; 4,68; 5 and 6, 645; 7, 64; 8,52; 9. 60; 10, 54; 11.52. Very foggy at sunrise, clear at noon, cloudy at sunset. Wind s.w. at sunset. Occasional light breeze during the dayfresh at night. S.W. 8 P. M., light rain 8 40. Gale S.W. Rain-05-100 of an inch fell during the night.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 40; 9 A.M. 36; 3 P.M. 35;9 34. Barometer from 29.40 to 29.50. Sky cloudy all day. Wind N.W. at sunrise and 9 A.M. S.E. at 3 P.M. Dew-point 28 to 40. Fog at sunrise, ined at intervals all day, from 12 M.-1 inch and 08-100 of an inch fell.

Saturday, January 2. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 5 and 6 A.M. 43; 7, 424; 8, 433; 9 and 10, 424; 11, 48 ; 12. 52 ; 1 and 2 P.M. 53; 3, 52; 4, 514; 5, 50; 6, 48; 7, 47); 8, 43; 9, 41.

Wires, 5 and 6 A.M. 49; 7, 49%; 8 and 9, 52; 10, 52); 11, 56; 12 and 1 P.M. 60; 2, 59; 3, 57; 4, 56; 5, 55; 6, 53): 7, 53; 8 and 9, 49.

New-York Hospital. 9 A.M. 45; 3 P.M. 55; 9, 43. Lowest during the night, 40.

Flatbush, morn. 42; aft. 54; even. 49. Barometer 29.85 to 29.95. Wind 8.W. in the morning, N.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, 6 and 7 A.M. 44; 8, 411; 9, 46.3; 10, 48; 11, 51; 12 to 4 P.M. 50; 5, 481; 6, 46; 7, 44; 8, 423; 9, 40; 10, 39 ; 11, 36. Scattered clouds at sunrise, cloudy at noon, and sunset. Wind S.W. all day; wind moderate.

Syracuse, at sunrise 34; 9 A.M. 40; 3 P.M. 42; 9, 36. Barometer from 29.50 to 29.70. Sky cloudy all day. Wind N.W. all day. Dew.point 25 to 33.

Sunday, January 3. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer 6 to 8 A.M. 39 ; 9, 40; 10, 40,3; 11,42; 12, 43; 1 and 2 P.M. 44; 3, 43; 4, 42; 5,40; 6,391; 7, 35; 8, 9 and 10, 34).

Wires, 6 to 8 A.M. 49; 9, and 10, 50; 11, 52; 12, 53; 1 P.M. 52); 2 and 3, 52; 4, 50; 5 and 6, 49; 7, 48 ; 8, 9 and 10, 17.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 43; 3 P.M. 45; 9, 39. Lowest during the night, 35.

Flatbush, morn., 40; aft. 44; even. 39. Barometer 30.10 to 30.20. Wind N. all day. Sky cloudy in the morning, clear in the afternoon.

Saltville, 6 A.M. 28; 7,29; 8, 30 ; 9, 32 ; 10, 36; 11, 42; 12,48; 1 P.M. 50 ; 2, 51; 3, 53; 4, 51; 5, 48; 6 to 10, 46; 11, 47. Foggy at sunrise, clear at noon, marky at sunset.

Wind S.W. at noon. N.E. at sunset. Wind moderate--in the night heavy wind and rain from N.E-98-100 of an inch of rain fell.

Syracuse at sunrise, 34; 9 A.M.34; 3 P.M. 38 ; 9, 28. Barometer from 29.80 to 29.90. Sky clondy at sunrise, and 9 A.M. Scattered clouds at 3 P.M., and clear at 9 P.M. Wind W. all day. Dew-point 22 to 24.

Monday, January 4. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 5 A.M. 32 ; 6, 32); 7, 33 ; 8, 34; 9, 34; 10, 351; 11, 36; 12, 361; 1 P.M. 36; 2, 344 ; 3, 35; 4, 364; 5, 38; 6, 39; 7 and 8, 40; 9, 41.

Wires, 5 A.M. 461; 6 and 7, 48; 8, 49; 9, 49; 10, 50; 11, 503 ; 12, 50; 1 P.M. 49.); 2, 485; 3, 493; 4, 50); 5 to 9, 52. Cloudy in the morning, snow at P.M., rain at 3.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 36; 3 P.M.37; 9, 42. Lowest during the night, 38.

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Flatbush, morn. 34; aft. 36; even. 40. Barometer 29.90 to 30.25. Wind N. E. in the morning, E. in the afternoon. Sky cloudy all day; Began to snow at 1 P.M. Turned to hail at 3 and to rain at 4, continued the greater part of the night-1 inch and 10100 of an inch of rain fell.

Saltville, 6 and 7 A.M. 39; 8, 40; 9, 41); 10 to 12, 44; 1 P.M. 46; 2 and 3, 48; 4. 49; 5, 50; 6, 503; 7, 52; 8, 514; 9, 51.1; 10, 51. Cloudy all day. Wind N.E. at sunrise and noon. 1 30 P.M. shower-light rain all the afternoon. 7 P.M. wind fresh S.W., rain increasing. 8 30 P.M. Wind and rain ceased. Wind extremely hard S.W. early part of the night. 30-100 of an inch of Rain fell.

Syracuse, at sunrise 25 ; 9 A.M. 28; 3 P.M. 32; 9 P.M. 40. Barometer 29.20 to 29.80. Cloudy all day. Wind E. at sunrise, 9 A.M., and 3 P.M., S.E. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 24 to 26. Heavy frost, showers at intervals from 12, P.M.-12-100 of an inch of rain fell.

Tuesday, January 5. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer 6 A.M. 451; 7, 46; 8, 43; 9, 44; 10 and 11, 46; 12, 47; 1 and 2 P.M. 46; 3, 461; 4, 46; 5, 44; 6, 43; 7, 42; 8, 411; 9, 40.

Wires, 6 A.M. 50; 7 and 8, 49; 9, 50; 10, 52; 11 and 12, 53; 1 and 2 P.M. 52; 3, 53; 4, 52; 5, 51; 6 and 7. 50: 8, 491; 9, 49.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 47; 3 P.M. 50; 9, 43. Lowest during the night, 39.

Flatbush, morn. 36; att. 30; even. 45. Barometer 29.60 to 29.65. Wind S.W. all day. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 6, 7 and 8 A.M. 40; 9, 42; 10, 44; 11, and 12, 46; 1 and 2 P.M. 47 ; 3, 47.); 4, 45; 5, 39 ; 6, 38; 7, 36; 8, 33; 9, 32; 10, 31. Cloudy at sunrise, clear at noon and sunset. Wind s.w. all day. Wind moderate. Rain 06-100 of an inch fell.

At Syracuse, at sunrise. 40; 9 A.M. 38; 3 P.M. 42; 9, 40. Barometer from 29.00 to 29.38. Sky clear at 9 A.M. and 9 P.M. Scattered clouds at sunrise and 3 P.M. Wind W. at sunrise and 9 A.M. S. W. at 3 aud 9 P.M. Dew-point 20 to 26.

Wednesday, January 6. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer 6 A.M. 35; 7 and 8,32; 9, 36; 10, 40; 11. 13.1; 12, 46; 1 P.M, 471; 2, 48; 3, 47); 4, 46; 5, 424; 6 to 8, 39; 9 371.

Wires, 6 A.M. 47 ; 7 and 8, 48; 9 and 10, 52; 11, 54; 12, 56 ; 1 P.M. 57; 2,58 ; 3,56; 4, 55; 5,52); 6,501: 7,51 ; 8,503; 9, 49. Heavy smoke on NewYork city in the morning.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 42; 3 P.M. 50; 9, 43. Lowest during the night, 39.

Flatbush, morn. 46; att. 43 ; even. 40. Barometer 29.65 to 29.80. Wind S.W. all day, Sky clear all day. Meteor observed passing from N.W. to S.E.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 20; 7, 22 ; 8, 25.1; 9, 29; 10, 37; 11, 42 ; 12, 46; 1 P.M. 48; 2, 50; 3, 50.; 4, 48 ; 5, 41; 6 and 7, 36; 8, 34; 9, 32; 10. 31; 11, 30. Clear all day. Wind N.E. at sunrise. S.W. at noon and sunset.

Syracuse at sunrise, 34; 9 A.M. 35; 3 P.M. 41; 9, 32. Barometer 29.40 to 29.60. Sky clear at 9 P.M. Scattered clouds throughout the day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M. N.E. at 3 P.M. Dew-point 22 lo 28.

Thursday, January 7. Brooklyn Heights. Thermometer 6 and 7 A.M. 38}; 8, 41; 9, 43; 10, 45; 11, 451; 12, 461; 1 P. M. 48; 2 and 3, 50; 4, 52; 5, 16; 6, 42; 7, 40.3; 8, 38 ; 9, 36.

Wires, 6 A.M. 50,1; 7, 51; 8 and 9, 53; 10, 55%; 11, 541; 12, 55; 1 P.M. 56; 2 and 3, 57; 4, 58 ; 5, 52; 6 and 7, 49; 8, 47 ; 9, 461. Rain at 8 and 9 A.M.; rain squall at 4 P.M.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 47; 3 P.M. 53 ; 9, 38. Lowest during the night, 15.

Flatbush, inorn. 42 ; aft. 50; even. 41. Barometer 29.50. Wind S.E. all day. Rain all day—75-100 of an inch fell.

Saltville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 38; 8, 364; 9,301; 10, 27.); 11 and 12, 28; 1 P.M. 25; 2, 23; 3, 20; 4, 141; 5, 13; 6, 10; 7 to 10, 9; 11,7.. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S.W. all day. Drizzling rain at daylight ; light snow after 8 A.M. all day, and wind blowing a gale from S.W.-moderated during the night.

Syracuse, at sunrise. 31; 9 A.M. 42; 3 P.M. 40; 9, 27. Barometer 28.80 to 28.96. Sky cloudy all day. Wind E. at sunrise and 9 A.M., W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 31 to 36. Rain at 1 P.M. Wind shifted W. 4 at 3 P.M., and commenced snowing.

Snow and rain at Baltimore; rain at Albany all the afternoon, and turned to snow in the evening; gale on Long Island Sound.

Friday, Jamiary 8. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 4 and 5 A.M. 26; 6, 24; 7, 20.1; 8 to 10, 19; 11, 21; 12, 20; 1 and 2 P.M. 19; 3, 18; 4, 17; 5, 16; 6, 15:3; 7 and 8, 15; 9, 14.

Wires, 4 to 6 A.M. 44; 7 to 10, 43; 11, 453 ; 12, 45; 1 and 2 P.M. 44; 3 and 4, 44; 5 to 8, 434; 9, 42.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 21; 3 P.M. 23; 9, 18. Lowest during the night, 18.

Flatbush, murn. 22 ; att. 22 ; even. 18. Barometer 29.70 to 30.05. Wind W. all day. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. O zero ; 7 and 8, 1; 9. 8; 10, 10; 11, 14; 12, 15; 1 P.M. 16: 2, 173; 3, 17; 4, 16 ; 5, 12; 7, 11; 8, 10; 9, 9; 10 and 11, 8. Cloudy at sunrise and clear the remainder of the day. Wind S.W. all day and moderate.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, 15; 9 A.M. 15; 3 P.M. 18; 9, 12. Barometer 29.40 to 29.76. Cloudy at sunrise and 9 A.M., scattered clouds at 3 and 9 P.M. Wind W. all day. Dew-point 4 at sunrise. Snow squalls from 8 to 10 A.M. Snow fell 4 inches—melled snow 25-100 of an inch. Volcanic action in Lake Ontario.

Saturday, January 9. Brooklyn Heights.— Thermometer, 5 to 7 A.M. 13; 8, 14; 9, 19; 10, 19:; 11, 221; 12, 25; 1 P.M. 26}; 2, 27; 3 and 4, 27 ; 5, 26; 6, 25; 7, 27; 8, 27 ; 9, 26; 10, 25.

Wires 5 to 7 A.M. 43; 8, 44; 9, 45: 10, 46.); 11, 48; 12, 49; 1 and 2 P.M. 49; 3 and 4, 49; 5 to 8, 48; 9 and 10, 47.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 23; 3 P.M. 31; 9, 30. Lowest during the night, 23.

Flatbush, morn. 16; aft. 27 ; even. 28. Barometer 30.15 to 30.20. Wind W. in the morning; N.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 5; 7,7; 8, 10; 9, 15; 10, 24; 11, 27}; 12, 30.1; 1 P.M. 324; 2, 35.1); 3, 375; 4, 34.; 5 and 6, 32's ; 7, 29.1; 8, 28.1; 9. 26 ; 10, 27. Sky clear all day, and calm ; occasion light air from S.W.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 10; 9 A.M. 12; 3 P.M. 24; 9, 22. Barometer 29.76 to 29.86. Sky clear at sunrise and 9 A.M. Cloudy at 3 and 9 P.M. Wind s. all day. Dew-point 5, at 3 P.M.

Sunday, Jauuary 10. Brooklyn Heights..—Thermometer, at 7 A.M. 29; 8 and 9, 28 ; 10, 29; 11, 30.1; 12, 31; 1 P.M. 31.) ; 3 and 4. 291; 6, 28; 8 and 9, 27.

Wires, at 7 A.M. 48; 8 and 9, 47; 10 and 11, 48; 12 and 1 P.M. 48.); 3, 47 ; 4, 461; 6 to 9, 46. Snowing in the morning ; snow ceased 9 A.M.; snow at 11; snowing fast at 3 and 4 P.M.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M.31; 3 P.M 32; 9, 28. Lowest during the night, 22.

Flatbush, morn. 30; alt. 32; even. 30. Barometer 30.05 to 30.10. Wind N.W. all day. Sky cloudy all day. Began to snow at sunrise, and continued at intervals through the day and all night-05-100 of an inch of melted snow fell.

Saltville, at 7 A.M. 30 ; 8, 31; 9, 31.1; 10, 32; 11, 34; 12, 35.1; 1 P. M. 34,5; 2 to 10. 34. Sky cloudy all day, and calm. Snowing at daylight-continued until 4 P.M.; light drizzling raiu followed ; snow during the day 3 inches-night 1 inch. 28-100 of an inch of rain and melted snow.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 18; 9 A.M. 21; 3 P.M. 22; 9, 21. Barometer 29.72 to 29.84. Sky cloudy at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.; light clouds at 9 P.M. Wind W. all day. Dew-point 6 to 8.

Monday, January 11. Brooklyn Heights. Thermometer, 6 A.M. 25; 7, 23; 8 to 10, 24; 11 and 12, 25; 1 P.M. 26; 2, 27; 3, 28; 4 and 5, 27; 6 and 7, 26; 8, 25; 9, 22; 10, 21.

Wires 6 A.M. 46; 7, 445 ; 8 to 10, 46; 11, 47 ; 12, 46 ; 1 and 2 P.M. 47 ; 3, 48; 4 to 7, 47 ; 8, 46 ; 9 and 10, 43. 6 A.M. snow storm continues-sparrows

come; snow ceased at 1 P.M. Clear at 2 ; snowing at 7; clear at 8.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 27; 3 P.M. 30; 9. 25. Lowest during the night, 18.

Flatbash, morn. 24; aft. 27 ; even. 26. Barometer 29.75 to 29.80. Wind N.E. in the morning and N

the afternoon. Snow in the morning, clear in the afternoon; ceased to snow at 12 M.-60-100 of an inch of melted snow fell.

Saltville, at 6 to 9 A.M. 22; 10, 26; 11 and 12, 28; 1 P.M. 281; 2, 31; 3, 264; 4, 21; 5 to 9, 18; 10, 17. Sky cloudy at sunrise and sunset; scattered clouds at noon.

Wind 8.W. at sunrise and sunset; calm at noon.

Wind light. Syracuse, at sunrise, 18; 9 A.M. 21 ; 3 P.M. 23; 9, 18. Barometer 29.52 to 29.60. Sky cloudy at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.; scattered clouds at 9 P.M. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M., W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 12.

Tuesday, January 12. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 6 A.M., 16; 7, 15.1; 8, 15; 9, 16; 10, 175; 11 and 12, 20; 1P.M. 22; 2, 24; 3 and 4, 22; 5, 21; 6, 20; 7, 19; 8, 17).

Wires, 6 to 8 A.M. 12}; 9 and 10, 44; 11, 46; 12, 45; 1 10 4 P.M. 46; 5, 45; 6, 44; 7, 43; 8, 42).

Flatbush, morn. 15 ; aft. 22; even. 20. Barometer 30.10 to 30.25. Wind W. all day. Sky clear all day.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 21; 3 P.M. 25; 9, 18. Lowest during the night, 18.

Saltville, at 6 to 8 A.M. 12; 9, 18; 10, 27 ; 11, 30.1: 12, 32; 1 P.M. 33; 2, 32); 3, 32 ; 4, 31; 5, 30; 6, 28; 7, 26 : 8, 21; 9, 19; 10, 18. Sky clear all day. Wind light from S.W. at sunrise and noon, calm at sunset.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 16 ; 9 A.M. 18; 3 and 9 P.M. 19. Barometer 29.76 to 30.00. Sky cloudy at sunrise and 3 P.M.; scattered clouds at 9 A.M. and 9 P.M. Wind W. all day. Dew-point 2.

Wednesday, January 13. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 5 to 7, 14; 8, 16; 9, 17.) ; 10, 19.1; 11, 22 ; 12, 23; 1 P.M. 25; 2, 26; 3, 28; 4,28.1; 5 and 6, 29; 7 and 8, 28; 9, 26).

Wires, 5 to 7 A.M. 42.); 8, 44; 9, 45; 10 and 11, 46; 12, 47; 1 P.M. 48; 2 and 3, 49; 4, 481; 5 and 6, 48; 7 and 8, 47; 9, 46. Snow clouds over head in the afternoon.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 19; 3 P.M. 32; 9, 30. Lowest during the night, 29.

Flatbush, morn. 14 ; aft. 28; even. 30. Barometer 30.10 to 30.30. Wind W. in the morning, S.W. in the afternoon. Sky clear in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon.

Saltville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 13; 3, 16; 9, 20; 10,32; 11, 351; 12, 39; 1 P.M. 42; 2, 43.5 ; 3, 42}; 4, 40; 5, 32 ; 6, 30; 7, 32 ; 8, 33; 9, 34; 10, 33. Clear all day. Calin all day.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 16; 9 A.M. 23; 3 P.M. 33 ; 9, 30. Barometer 29.54 to 29.88. Scattered clouds at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.; clear at 9 P.M. Wind S.E. at suurise and 9 A.M.; S. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dewpoint 3 w 10.

Thursday, January 14. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 5 to 7 A. M. 28.1; 8, 29; 9, 311; 10, 32; 11, 331: 12.34; 2 and 4 P.M. 38; 6, 36.

Wires 5 to 8 A.M. 47 ; 9, 49; 10, 491; 11, 50; 12, 50,4; 2 P.M. 52; 4,51; 6, 49}; Rain storin at 1 P.M.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 33; 3 P.M. 43; 9, 40. Lowest during the night, 40.

Flatbush, morn. 30 ; att. 40; even. 37. Barometer 29.70 to 29.80. Wind W. all day. Sky cloudy in the morning, clear in the afternoon.

Saltville, at 6 to 9 A.M. 34.1; 10 to 1 P.M. 44; 2, 44.; 3 and 4, 44; 5, 42 ; 6, 40; 7, 42 ; 8, 41; 9, 40.1; 10 and 11, 40. Sky cloudy all day. Calm in the morning; wind very light froin S.W. the remainder of the day.

Syracuse, at sunrise and 9 A.M. 37 ; 3 P.M. 42; 9, 38. Barometer 29.32 to 29.44. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M., S.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew.point 28 to 31. Sprinkle of rain at 8 P.M.

Packet ship Independence, from London bound to New-York, in lat. 49 23, long. 21 13, experienced a severe thunder and lightning storm; was struck twice, knocked down five men and disabled two, and doing other damage. Earthquake at Rice Lake, Upper Canada.

Friday, January 15.
New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 42; 3 P.M. 46; 9, 44.
Lowest during the night, 48.

Flatbush. morn. 34 ; aft. 47 ; even. 40. Barometer 29.60 to 29.80. Wind S.W. in the morning, S.E. in the afternoon. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 6 to 8 A.M. 40; 9, 42; 10, 47 ; 11, 57}; 12, 60; 1 P.M. 62 ; 2, 63; 3, 62 ; 4, 58; 5 and 6, 56; 7, 545; 8, 56; 9, 53; 10 and 11, 51.4. Sky cloudy at sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and sunBet. Wind N.E. at sunrise, S.W. at noon and sunset. 3 10 P.M. wind fresh for half an hour from S.W.-light drizzling rain after ; wind high during the night, with thunder and lightning.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 37 ; 9 A.M. 38; 3 P.M. 51; 9, 54. Barometer 29.04 to 29.34. Sky cloudy all day. Wind E. at sunrise and 9 A.M., S. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point 33 to 40. Rain at intervals from 10 A.M.-35-100 of an inch fell.

Saturday, January 16.
New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 48; 3 P.M. 51; 9, 42.
Lowest during the night, 25.

Flatbush, moru. 44; aft. 49; even. 42. Barometer 29.45 to 29.70. Wind N.W. in the morning, W. in the afternoon. Sky clondy all day. Rain in the morning-01-100 of an inch fell.

Saltville, at 6 to 9 A.M. 514; 10, 53; 11, 53; 12, 521; 1 P.M. 48; 2 to 4, 44; 5, 38. Sky cloudy at sunrise and noon, clear at sunset. Wind S.W. all day. Light drizzling; rain during the forenoon. Wind fresh during the night-74-100 of an inch of rain fell.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 44; 9 A.M. 41; 3 P.M. 35 ; 9, 20. Barometer 29.14 to 29.80. Sky cloudy all day. Wind N.W. all day. Dew-poiut 20 to 36. Snow squalls at 5 P.M.

Sunday, January 17.
New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 25; 3 P. M. 26; 9, 24.
Lowest during the night, 24.

Flatbush, morn. 20; ałt. 23; even. 22. Barometer 30.20 to 30.30. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 10 A.M. 30 ; 11, 34; 12, 37 ; 1 and 2 P.M. 42; 3, 44; 4, 42.1; 5, 39; 6, 34,3; 7, 3:2.5; 8, 32; 9, 31; 10, 30. Sky clear all day. Wind N.E. at noon and sunset, calm at suurise.

Syracuse, at suurise, 10; 9 A.M. 14; 3 P.M. 18; 9, 15. Barometer 29.86 to 30.06. Sky cloudy at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., light clounds at 9 P.M. Wind N.W. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., E at 9 P. M. Dew-point 2 at 3 P.M.

The steamer Sirius, the first Brilish steamer which crossed the Atlantic, was lost on this day, in Ballycotton Bay, on her way from Dublin to Cork, during a fog. She struck upon a rock and bilged. It being evident that she must soon sink and go to pieces, great confusion ensued, and an overloaded boat, in attempting to go ashore, was swamped, and 19 out of 20 persons contained in it, were drowned. All the rest of the passengers and crew, about 70 in number, got safely ashore.

The steam-sloop-of-war Sphynx was lost same day off Compton Bay, Isle of Wight, in consequence of runding upon a sunken reef of rocks. Passengers and crew saved.

Monday, January 13. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 12 M. 36; 1 and 2 P.M.38; 3 to 6, 39; 7, 38.; 11, 37.

Wires, at 12 to 3 P.M. 52); 4 and 5, 52; 6,51; 7 and 11, 50.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 36; 3 P.M. 41; 9, 41. Lowest during the night, 38.

Flatbush, morn. 32; aft. 40; even. 39. Barometer 29.60 to 30.10. Wind S.E. all day. Sky cloudy all day. Rain in the afternoon—18-100 of an inch fell.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 34; 7, 35; 8, 36; 9, 37; 10, 444; 11 to 1 P.M. 16; 2,45.) ; 3 to 5, 44; 6, 44.5; 7, 45; 8, 46; 9, 49; 10, 47 ; 11, 49. Sky clear at sunrise, cloudy at noon and fogay at sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise and sunset, calm at noon. Frequent light drizzles during the day.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 24; 9 A.M. 28; 3 P.M. 36 ; 9, 34.

Barometer 29.24 to 29.50. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. West at 9 P.M. Dew-point 16 10 26. Rain at 8 P.M.-08-100 of an inch fell.

Tuesday, January 19.
Brooklyn Heights.— Thermometer at 3 A.M. 36 ;
7,35; 8 to 12 36 ; 1 P.M. 35; 3, 32; 4 and 5, 31; 6,
28; 7,27 ; 8, 26; 11, 21.

Wires, at 3 and 7 A.M. 48.9; 8 and 9, 49 ; 10, 50;
11, 514: 12, 48.1; 1 P.M. 49; 2 to 4, 17 ; 5, 49; 6
and 7, 45; 8 and 11, 44.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 40; 3 P. M. 34; 9, 26.
Lowest during the night, 22.

Flatbush, moru., 38 ; aft 34; even. 29. Barome-
ter 29.65 to 30.00. Wind W. all day. Sky clear in
the morning, cloudy the afternoon.

Saltville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 36 ; 8 and 9,33; 10, 34; 11 and 12, 36; 1 P.M. 34; 2, 32 ; 3, 31; 4, 29; 5 and 6, 23 ; 7, 27 ; 8, 26; 9 and 10, 25.1. Sky clear at sunrise and at noon, murky at sunset. Wind s. W. at sunrise and noon, calm at sunset. Wind light, occasional spats of snow-7 P.M. snowing hard and continued all night-5 inches of snow-54-100 of an inch of melted snow fell.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 24; 9 A.M. 21; 3 P.M. 23;
9, 12. Barometer 29.40 to 29.90. Sky clouc!y at
sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., clear at 9 P.M. Wind
N.W. at sunrise and 9 A.M., W. at 3 and 9 P.M.
Dew-point 12 at suurise.

Wednesday, January 20.
Brooklyn Heights.—Thermor eter at 6 A.M. 18.1;
7 to 11, 19; 2 P.M. 21; 3, 21,1; 4, 22 ; 5,211; 6,
21; 7 to 10, 20.

Wires, at 6 A.M. 43; 7 to 10, 44; 11, 441; 2 P.
M. 45; 3, 45. ; 4 and 5, 46; 6, 45.5; 7 and 8, 45; 9,
41; 10, 46.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 26; 3 P.M. 24; 9, 24.
Lowest during the night, 23.

Flatbush, norn. 18; aft. 32; even. 2.2. Barometer
30.20 to 30.30. Wind N. in the morning, N.E in the
afternoon. Sky cloudy all day.

Saltville, at 6 A. M. 25; 7, 25} ; 8, 26 ; 9 and 10, 261; 11, 29.1; 12, 30; 1 P.M. 30.; 2 and 3, 32 ; 4, 31.1; 5, 30; 6, 29; 7, 28; 8 and 9, 27.}; 10, 27; 11, 26. Sky cloudy all day. Wind V. E. all day. Snowing at daylight-continued until 9 P.M.- inches of snow feli,

Syracuse, at sunrise, 8 ; 9 A.M. 13; 3 P.M. 22; 9,
20. Barometer 29.80 to 30.00. Light clouds at sun-
rise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., sky clear at 9 P.M. Wiud
S.W. at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M., S.E. at 9 P.M.
Dew-point 4 at 3 P.M.

Thursday, January 21.
Brooklyn Heights.— Thermometer at 6 and 7 A.M,
18; 8, 19; 9, 19.1; 10, 22; 11, 24.: 12, 25.1 ; 1 to 3
P.M. 27; 4, 25; 6, 221; 7, 20; 10, 17.

Wires, at 6 and 7, 43; 8, 45; 9, 451; 10 and 11,
47 ; 12 to 3 P.M. 43; 4, 46; 6. 45 ; 7 and 10, 43.

New-York Hospital. 9 A.M. 25; 3 P.M. 28; 9, 21.
Lowest during the night, 16.

Flatbush, worn. 18; aft. 26; even. 21. Barom-
eter 29.75 to 29.90. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear
all day.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 12; 7,12; 8, 14; 9, 16.1; 10, 27.; 11, 25; 12, 23.1; 1 P.M. 26 ; 2, 24; 3, 23; 4, 22 ; 5 to 10, 16; 11, 15. Sky clear all day. Wind N.E. at sunrise, S.W. at noon and sunset. Wind fresh from N.E. after meridian.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 18 ; 9 A.M. 16; 3 P.M. 15; 9, 11. Barometer 29.60 to 29.70. Sky cloudy all day. Wind W. at sunrise, N.E, at 9 A.M. and N.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew point 6 to 8.

Suowed all
day, from 8 A.M., fell 3 inches-18-100 of an inch of
melted suow fell.

Friday, January 22.
Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 6 to 8 A.M.
10; 9, 13; 10, 14; 11 and 12. 17; 1 P.M. 18; 2 to 4,
19 ; 5, 17); 6, 16 ; 7, 19; 8 and 9, 16.

Wirez, at 6 to 8,41; 9 and 10, 43,1; 11, 45; 12 and
1 P.M. 154; 2 to 4, 46; 5, 45.1; 6, 44; 7, 441; 8
and 9, 44.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 16; 3 P.J. 23; 9, 21.
Lowest during the night, 22.

Flatbush, morn. 12, aft, 19; even. 17. Barometer
29.90 to 30.05. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear all
day.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 3 below zero ; 7 and 8, 2 do ; 9, 48; 10, 22; 11, 24; 12, 28; 1 P.M.30.) ; 2, 31; 3, 30; 4, 26.1.; 5, 221; 6, 161;7, 13; 8,11; 9,9; 10, 7; 11, 5.f. Sky clear all day. Wind S.W. all day. Wind in the morning light from S.W.7.30 9.M., N.E. 8.20; A.M., S.W., continued moderate all day.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 4; 9 A.M. 9; 3 P.M. 15; 9, 11. Barometer 29.60 to 29.76. Sky cloudy at sun. rise, 9 A.M. and 9 P.M., light clouds at 3 P.M. Wind W. at sunrise and 9 A.M., S.W. at 3 and 9 P. M. Dew-point 2 to 4.

Ship Burgnndy, from Havre, bound to New-York, experienced a severe hurricane in the night.

Heavy rain storm near San Louis, Mexico.

Packet ship Roscius, from Liverpool, on the 22d. encountered a heavy gale of wind from the westward ; 230, blew a perfect hurricane, the thermometer stood 28 degrees for twenty-four hours; and for four successive days the mercury stood at 284 degrees, the sea was tremenduous. When the gale commenced, was to the westward of 22, and 4th day after was in 17-did not sustain any damage.

Saturday, January 23. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 6 and 7 A.M. 19; 8, 20; 9, 23; 10, 26; 11, 294 : 12, 34; 1 P.M. 36 ; 2, 40; 4, 36.); 5, 34); 6, 34; 7, 33; 8, 32 ; 9, 31.

Wires, at 6 and 7 A.M. 44; 8, 46; 9, 47 ; 10, 48; 11, 50; 12, 52; 1 P.M. 52); 2, 53.}; 4,52 ; 5 to 7, 49; 8 and 9, 48. Circle around the moon in the evening.

New-York Hospital, 9 A M. 35; 3 P.M. 43; 9, 38. Lowest during the night, 32.

Flatbush, moru. 22 ; alt. 38 ; even. 34. Barometer 29.70 to 29.80. Wind S.W. all day. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 10; 7, 104; 8, 13; 9, 19; 10, 291; 11, 31; 12, 36: 1 P.M. 37.} ; 2, 36; 3, 32; 4, 291; 5 to 11, 28. Sky murky at sunrise and noon, cloudy at sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise, calm at noon and S.W. at sunset. Wind moderate morning and evening-commenced snowing at 3 P... and continued until sunset-calm after sun. set- 1.1 inches of snow fell.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 16; 9 A.M. 23; 3 P.M. 35 ; 9, 26. Barometer 29.24 to 29.40. Sky clear at sunrise and 9 A.M., cloudy at 3 and 9 P.M. Wind S.W. at sunrise, 9 A.M, and 3 P.M. and W. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 8 to 14.

Mobile w visited by a severe thunder storm in the night, which lasted upwards of two hours. The electric fluid struck the bouse of Mr. C. R. Richards and shattered it very much.

Sunday, January 24. Brooklyn Heights. Therinometer at 6 to 8 A.M. 27 ; 9, 37; 10, 38; 12, 45; 3 P.M. 41; 6, 37; 9, 33.

Wires, at 6 to 8 A.M. 46; 9, 50; 10, 51; 12, 54; 3 P.M. 52 ; 6, 48); 9, 47. Chain clouds at 9 A.M.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 33; 3 V.M. 43; 9, 33. Lowest during the night, 27.

Flatbush, mom. 32 ; aft. 42; even. 38. Barometer 29.80 to 29.85. Wind S.W. in the morning, W. in the afternoon. Sky clear in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 32; 7, 34; 8, 36 ; 9, 36.1; 10, 37 ; 11, 375; 12 and 1 P.M. 38 ; 2 and 3, 39 ; 4, 395; 5, 38; 6, 37; 7 to 9,36. Sky cloudy all day. Calm all day. Snow thawing very fast.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 28 ; 9 A.M. 33; 3 P.M.34; 9, 26. Barometer 29.40 to 29.70. Sky cloudy nearly all day. Wind S.W. at sunrise and 9 A.M., NW. at 3 aud 9 P.M. Dew.point 14 to 20.

Great gale encoumered by ship Thetis, when 10 days out of Belfast.

Monday, January 25.
Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 6 A.M. 26;
7, 24; 8, 22}; 9, 26; 10, 28; 11, 281; 12, 30; 1 P.
M. 31 ; 2 and 3, 32 ; 4 to 10, 31.

Wires, at 6 A.M. 44.5; 7. 45; 8, 453; 9, 46; 10 and 11, 48; 12, 49; 1 to 3 P.M. 50; 4 10 10, 49.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 27; 3 P.M. 35; 9, 34. Lowest during the night, 34.

Flatbush, morn. 26; aft, 34 ; even. 33. Barometer 30.10 to 30.15. Wind N.E. all day. Sky clear in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon.

Saltville, at 6 A.M. 34; 7, 344; 8, 354; 9, 36, 10, 40; 11, 42; 12, 46; 1 P.M. 47 ; 2, 50; 3, 504; 4, 48; 5. 47; 6, 45; 7, 441; 8, 41; 9, 434; 10, 43. Foggy at sunrise and noon, cloudy at sunset. Foggy and calm all day-thawing-wind at sunset light from the N.E. Thunder and lightning during the night 04-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Syracuse, at sunrise, and 9 A.M. 21; 3 P.M 29 ; 9. 22. Baroineter 29.80 to 29.84. Sky cloudy at sunrise and 9 A.M., scattered clouds at 3, and clear at 9 P.M. Wind N.E. all day. Dew.point 12. Thunder and lightning af Louisville, Kentucky.

Tuesday, January 26. Brooklyn Heights.— Thormometer at 5 A.M. 31; 6 and 7, 32 ; 8. 33; 9, 36; 10, 39; 11, 40; 12 to 8 P.M. 41; 9 and 10, 40.).

Wires, at 5 to 8 A.M. 49; 9, 52; 10 and 11, 53; 12, 53); 1 P.M. 501: 2, 52); 3 and 4, 52; 5 and 6, 51; 7 and 8, 52; 9 and 10, 51). Cloudy and dense at 5 A.M.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 39; 3 P.M. 42; 9,44. Lowest during the night, 32.

Flatbush, morn. 34; alt. 42; even. 40. Barome. ter 29.75 to 30.05. Wind S.E. all day. Sky cloudy all day.

Saliville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 36; 8, 364: 9, 39 ; 10, 42; 11, 52.1; 12, 59; 1 P.M. 58 ; 2 aud 3, 56; 4,53 ; 5 and 6,5141; 7,51 ; 8, 501; 9, 43; 10, 46; 11, 44. Foggy al sunrise, scattered clouds at noon and sunset. Wind N.E. at suurise, S.W. at noon and sunset. Rain at 7 A.M.-wind moderate all day-shower at 6 P. M. Wind high from S.W. at 9 P.M-06-100 of au inch of raiu fell.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 32 ; 9 A.M. 33; 3 P.M. 40; 9, 34. Barometer 29.20 to 29.44. Sky cloudy all day. Wind S.E. at sunrise and 9 A.M., S. at 3 P.M., and W. at 9 P.M. Dew.point 30 to 34. Rain from 1 A. M. to 6 P.M.-10-100 of an inch fell.

Wednesday, January 27. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer at 5 and 6 A.M. 34; 7, 33; 8 and 9, 30; 10 and 11, 303; 12. 30; 1 P.M. 32; 2, 29.1; 3, 27; 4, 25; 5, 22; 6, 20.1; 7, 20; 8, 19.3; 9, 19; 10, 18.

Wiros, 5 tu 7 A.M. 47 ; 8 and 9 45}; 10 and 11, 46]: 12, 48; 1 P.M. 48.1; 2, 471; 3, 46.1; 4. 45.5; 5 to 8, 44; 9 and 10, 43.

Nov-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 32; 3 P.M. 28; 9, 23. Lorest during the night, 20.

Flatbush, morn. 34, aft. 31 ; even. 22. Barometer 29.80 to 30. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 32; 8, 31: 9, 32 ; 10, 31; 11 and 12, 32. ; 1 P.M. 34; 2, 33; 3 and 4,32; 5. 30 ; 6 and 7, 28; 8, 26; 9, 25; 10, 24; 11, 23. Cloudy at sunrise and noon, scattered clouds at sun

iviu d 8.W. all day. Light spat of snow at suuriso-02-100 of an inch of melted snow fell.

Syracuse, at sunrise, 18; 9 A.M. 16; 3 P.M. 18 : 9,14. Barometer 29.66 to 30.00. Sky cloudy nearly all day. Wind NW. all day. Dew-point 8 to 10.

Thursday, January 28. Brooklyn Heights.— Thermometer at 5 and 6 A.M. 15; 7, 16; 8, 151; 9. 17; 10, 21; 11, 3.1; 12, 254; 1 P.M. 27; 2 aud 3, 29); 4 to 7, 255;

and 9, 25; 10, 23.1; 11, 24.

Wires. at 5 and 6 A.M. 43; 7, 42; 8, 43; 9, 44; 10, 46; 11, 43; 12. 48f: 1 P.M. 491; 2 and 3, 50; 4,491; 5, 48; 6 and 7, 47); 8, 46; 9, 47 ; 10 and 11, 461.

Now York Hospital, 9 A.M. 20; 3 P.M. 32; 9, 30. Lowest during the uight, 30.

Flatbush mora. 16; aft. 28; even. 26. Barometer 30.30 to 30.35. Wind N. W. all day. Sky clear all day.

Baltville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 26; 8, 27; 9, 29.1: 10, 36; 11, 38; 12, 40; 1 P.M. 413; 2, 43; 3, 44; 4, 414; 5, 39; 6, 37 ; 7, 36; 8 tn 10, 31). Sky cloudy at suurise, clear at noon and murky at sunset. Wind N.E. at sunrise and noon, S.W. at sunset. Wind light-spitting snow during the night_06-100 of an inch of melted snow fell.

Syracuse at sunrise, 2; 9 A.M. 6; 3 P.M. 23; 9, 15. Barometer 29.90 to 30.10. Sky clear all day. Wind E. all day. Dew-point 6 to 8.

Heavy storm of wind and raiu at New Orleans all day, accompanied towards eveuiug with thunder and vivid lightoing

Friday, Jannary 29. Brooklyn Heights.-Thormometer at 6 and 7 A.M. 26; 8, 28; 9,303; 10 and 11, 32.) ; 12, 31); 1 P.M. 32; 2 and 3, 335; 4, 37 ; 5, 39.1; 6, 43; 7, 44; 8, 43; 9, 44.

Wires, at 6 A.M. 47; 7, 47}; 8, 47 ; 9, 48.1; 10 to 12, 49; 1 P.M. 50; 2, 503; 3,50 ; 4, 52 ; 5, 54; 6,

55; 7 to 9, 54. Rain at 8 A.M.-rain frozen on the Saltville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 27; 8, 28; 9, 29; 10,

32.}; 11, 35; 12, 33 ; 1 P.M. 41; 2, 42; 3, 413; 4, paveients at noon.

New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 31; 3 P.M. 38 ; 9, 44. 40; 5, 39%; 6 and 7, 37. Sky clear at noon, Lowest during the night, 38.

marky at sunrise and sunset. Wind light from S.W. Flatbush, morn. 29; alt. 34; even. 42. Barometer

all day. 29.35 to 30.10. Wind W. in the morning, S.E. in the

Fall of rain and snow during the month of Jan. as fol. afternoon. Sky cloudy all day. Began to rain at 11

lows: At Syracuse, 2 inches and 61-00 of an inch A.M. and continued to midnight—85-100 of an inch

of rain and 105 inches of snow: Flatbush, 3 inches and fell.

54.100 of an inch; Saltville, 3 inches and 28-100 of Saltville, at 6 A.M. 35}; 7, 37 ; 8, 39; 9, 41; 10, an inch, and 124 inches of snow. 50; 11, 52,1; 12. 56; 1 P.M. 50.1 ; 2, 50; 3, 48; 4,

Monday, February 1. 47 ; 5, 45; 6, 43; 7, 42; 8, 40; 9, 38. Scattered clouds all day. Wind N.E. at suurise, W. at noon

Brooklyn Heights.— Thermomeler, 4 A.M., 26; and sunset. Thawing at daylight-gale from 2 P.M.

6, 27; 7, 28;8, 281 ; 9, 291; 10 to 12, 30; 1 P.M., 301; all vlay and night. Spit snow during the night-1.40

2, 31; 4 to 6, 32; 7 and 8, 31; 10, 303. to 2.30 P.M., rain, 06-100 of an inch fell.

Wires. -4 A. M., 47; 6 and 7, 48; 8, 484; 9 and Syracuse, at sunrise, 16 ; 9 A.M. 24; 3 and 9 P.M.

10, 491; 11 and 12, 48; 1 and 2 PM., 48}; 4, 491; 28. Barometer 28.90 to 29.60. Sky cloudy all day:

5, 48; 6, 49; 7, 48; 8, 481; 10, 48. Very cloudy at Wind S.E. at sunrise and 9 A.M., N. E. at 3 P.M. and

10, P.M.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 30; 3 P.M., 33; 9, E. at 9 P.M. Dew-point 10 to 24. Began to rain at

32. Lowest during the nighi, 32. 11 A.M. Snow at Albany.

Flatbush morn., 30; aft. and even., 31 Barometer,

29.70 10 29. 95. Wind N.E. all day. Snow in the EARTHQUAKE AND SPLENDID METEur.- On the

morning. Sky cloudy in the afiernoon. 05.100 of evening of the 29th January, about half-past 9, the

an inch of inelted snow fell, shock of an earthquake was very sensibly experienced over the whole of this county. Many persons felt

Ai Saltville, 6 and 7, A.M., 31; 8,35; 9,384 ;

10, 47; 11, 49; 12 and i P.M., 51 ; 2 and 3, 521; 4, their dwellings severely shaken, tins and crockery

511; 5, 47; 6, 41; 7, 40; 8, 37; 9, 34%; 10, 32); 11, rattling against each other, others were awakened

31. 'Sky clear all day. Wind moderate from S.W. from their sleep by the alarming motion of the house. Ono house, it is said, was so violently agitated that

all day. Pigeons flying about in great quantities, the doors were thrown open; and very many felt so

Al Syracuse, sunrise, 14; 9 A.M., 16; 3 P.M., 32; severe a concussion that they went into another apart

9, 24. Barometer, 29.36 to 29.60. Sky cloudy ali ment of their dwelling to ascertain whether some

day. Wind E. all day. Dew-Point 8 to 18. Therheavy body had not fallen. The noise was heard in

mometer fell to 20 during the nighi. almost every dwelling and portion of the county, but

Heavy snow storm at Turkey creek, on the road

10 California, lasted 36 hours and fell five feet deep. not by any means so general was the agitation of the earth felt or noticed at the time. The sounds and

Tuesday, February 2. motion were not of more than two or three seconds duration. It is supposed to have been very near our

Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer at 6 A.M., 301; surface, and running in veins, but a very slight shock

7 and 8, 31; 9, 32 ; 10, 33} ; 11, 311; 12 and 1 P.M., -as at short distances from situations where the most

35, 2 and 3, 36; 4, 35}; 5 to 10, 35. violent agitation was felt, none at all was experienced

Wires, 6 A.M , 48; 7 and 8, 485; 9, 491; 10, 50; -and the sounds also at places not far separated, ap

11 to 3 P.M., 504; 4, 50; 5 to 7, 491; 8 and 9, 50; peared very ditferent in excess.

10, 491. Sky cloudy at sunrise. Foggy at 10 A.M. About 3 or 4 minutes after the shock-a splendid

Rain at 1 P.M. meteor appeared to the westward, and passed from

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 34; 3 P.M., 37; 9, south to north, exploding about midway between the

87. Lowest during the night, 36. zenith and horizon-in brightness it rivalled the moon

Flatbush, morn., 32; aft., 38; even., 36 Baromewhich was shining in full splendor at the time. At

ter 30.00 10 30.05. Wind N.E. all day. Sky cloudy the moment of the shock and appearance of the me.

all day. teor, the atmosphere was clear and serene. The agi

Al Saltville, 6 A.M., 271; 7, 28; 8, 20; 9, 324; tation experienced was confined to elevated situations,

10, 66; 11, 40; 12, 45; 1 P.M., 48; 2, 53; 3,524; 4, and little, or perhaps none, felt on the level plain. 514.;,5, 50, 6, 491; 7. 481; 8; 47:9, 471; 10, 181; Antigonish Chronicle, Feb. 1.

11, 31. Scattered clouds all day. Wind s.W. ali

day, and moderate until evening-fresh then-rain Saturday, January 30.

at 10 P.M.-58-100 of an inch lell. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer at 5 and 6 A.M. At Syracuse, sunrise, 21; 9 A.M., 32; 3 P.M., 38; 7. 37.); 8, 361; 9, 331; 10, 32; 11, 32); 12 42; 9, 33. Barometer, 29.44 to 29.60. Sky clear at and 1 P.M. 33; 2, 32); 3, 33 ; 4, 30.; 5, 291; 6,

sunrise and 3 P.M. Light clouds at 9 A.M., and 281: 7 and 8, 28; 9, 27}; 10, 244

cloudy at 9 P.M. Wind S.E. at sunrise--S. the reWires, at 5 to 8 A.M. 49;9, 471 : 10, 47 ; 11, 475 ; 12 mainder of the day. Dew-point, 18 to 30. and 1 P.M. 49; 2, 48.1; 3, 48 ; 4 and 5, 47 ; 6, 46.);

Wednesday, February 3. 7, 46; 8 and 9, 461; 10, 46. New-York Hospital, 9 A.M. 39; 3 P.M. 32. 9, 30.

Brooklyn Heights.-- Thermometer, at 7 A.M., 41; Lowest during the night, 19.

8, 41; 9, 414; 10, 46; 11, 47; 12, 471; 1 P.M., 481 Flatbush, morn. 40 ; aft. 34; even. 30. Barome. 2.48; 3, 481; 4, 491; 5,50; 6, 47; 7, 451; 8 and 9 ter 29.00 to 29.40. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear 471; 10, 46. Heavy rain all day. Wind blew a in the morning, cloudy in the afternoon,

gale at i P.M. Thunder and lightning at hall-pası 8. Saltville, at 6 and 7 A.M. 31; 8 to 10, 30; 11, New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 47; 3 P.M., 49; 9, 30.1; 12, 31; 1 P.M. 32); 2, 34; 3, 32; 4 to 9, 30;

39. Lowest during the nighi, 27. Rain at the New 10, 28: 11, 25. Sky cloudy at sunrise and noon, York Hospital one inch and 65.100 of an inch. scattered clouds at sunset. Wind $.W. at sunrise,

Flatbush, morn., 34; afl., 48; even., 40. BaroW. al noon and sunset. Gale moderated at daylight.

meter, 29.25 to 29.95. Wind S.E. all day. Sky cloudy Occasional spits of snow in the morning.

all day. Began to rain before daylight and continu. Syracuse, at sunrise, 22; 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. 23; ed till late in the evening, with some thunder and 9, 14. Barometer 28.80 to 29.30. Sky cloudy all lightning. First thunder shower in the season. 1 day. Wind N.W. all day. Dew-point 10 to 18.

inch and 23.100 of an inch of rain fell. Snow ceased at 2 P.M This storm cominenced with Al Sallville, 6 and 7 A.M., 451; 8, 391; 9. 34; 10, rain on the 29th and ended with snow-3} inchies 311; 11, 291; 12, 25; 1 P.M., 22; 2, 221; 3, 22, 4, fell-45-100 of an inch of rain and melted snow fell. 23; 5, 20; 6, 19; 7, 17; 8, 16; 9, 15; 10, 14. Ský Sunday, January 31.

cloudy all day. Wind S.W. all day. Daylight rain.

Gale from S.W., 8 15 A.M. Snow—wind very fresh. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer at 7 A.M. 18; 26-100 of an inch of rain fell. 9, 21; 12. 26; 3 P.M. 23; 6, 22.1; 9, 20.1.

At Syracuse, sunrise, 40;9 A.M., 45; 3 PM., 43; Wires. at 7 A.M. 43; 9, 45; 12, 47 ; 3 P.M. 481; 6, 9, 31. Barometer, 29.21 10 29.90. Sky cloudy all 46; 9, 45.

day. Wind S.E. at sunrise and 9 A.M., E. at 3 P.M. Now-York Hospital. 9 A.M. 29; 3 P.M. 31; 9, 29. and W. al 9 P.M. Dew point, 30 to 35. Rained at Lowest during the night, 29.

iniervals all day, from 7 A.M. Wind shified W. 4 Flatbush, morn. 21; aft. 28; even. 24. Barome- at 81, P.M. and commenced snowing. ter 29.70 to 30.15. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear Heavy rain in the inorning, accompanied by thunall day.

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Thursday, February 4. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer al 6 A.M., 25 ; 7 and 8, 25; 9, 26; 10, 27; 11, 265; 12 and 1 P.M., 26; 2 105, 27; 6, 271; 7 to 9, 28.

Wires-6108 A.M., 453; 9, 463; 10, 471; 11, 47; 12 and 1 P.M., 465; 2 10 5 471; 61010, 48. Cloudy at 6 A.M., lule snow at 7 A.M.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 28; 3 P.M., 28; 9, 28. Lowest during the night, 26.

Flatbush, morn., 28; aft., 26; even., 28 Barome. ter, 2.30.to 29.50. Wind N.W. all day. Snow in the morning, sky cloudy in the alternoon.

At Saltville, 6 and 7 A.M., 10; 8,11; 9, 121; 10, 22; 11, 23; 12, 21; 1 P.M., 251 ; 2, 27; 3, 281; 4,28; 5 and 6, 24; 7, and 8, 23; 9 10 11, 22; 12, 21. Sky clear all day. Wind S.W.at noon and sunset, calın at sunrise. Gale modera ted during last night. Wind 1o-day moderate.

At Syracuse, sunrise, 14; 9 A.M., 14; 3 P.M., 20; 9, 18. Baromeler, 29.00 to 29.46. Sky cloudy ali day. Wind N.W.all day. Dew-point 10 10 16. Snowed all day.

Friday, February 5. Brooklyn Heighis.— Thermometer, at 5 and 6, A. M., 22; 7, 23; 8, 261; 9, 25; 10, 26; 11, 271 ; 12, 29; 1 P.M., 29; 2, 291; 3, 321 ; 4, 33; 5, 311; 6, 30; 7, and 8, 27 ; 10, 24.

Wires.-5 A.M., 461; 6, 44; 7,45}; 8 and 9, 46}; 10, 471; 11, 481; 12 and 1 P.M., 491 ; 2 and 3, 50; 4, 501; 5, 49; 6, 48; 7 and 8, 45; 10, 44.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 26; 3 P.M., 23; 9, 26. Lowest during the night, 23.

Flalbush, morn., 29; all., 31; even., 23. Barometer, 29 60 10 29.65. Wind N. W. all day. Sky ciear

Ai Saltville, 6 A.M., 16; 7, 16}; 8, 17; 9, 19; 10, 321; 11, 34; 12, 41; 1 P.M., 415; 3, 41; 5, 38; 6, 33; 7, 311; 10, 30. Sky clear at sunrise and sunset, scattered clouds at noon. Wind light, N.E. at sunrise, calm al noon, and S.W. at sunset.

Ai Syracuse, sunrise, 10; 9 A.M., 14; 3 P.M., 22; 9, 26. Barometer, 29.51 to 29.60. Sky cloudy all day. Wind N.W. all day. Dew.point, 6 10 7. Snow fell 10 inches. 85-100 of an inch of rain and melted snow fell.

SHOWER OF GRUBS AT MAHONE BAY.-On Friday morning, the 5!h inst, Mr. Acker, a respectable inhabitant of Oaklands, Mahone Bay, was much surprised ai observing upon the snow that had newly fallen, a number of grubs, (in reality quite numerous,) a circumstance which he can account for in no other way than by supposing that they fell from the clouds. B. Zwicker, Esq., of Mahone Bay, saw some of these grubs, which were, to all appearance, like the gray cabbage grubs. Upon placing them by the fire, they showed symptoms of life. Phenomena like this have been noticed in other countries, and are 100 well authenticated to cause any doubt upon the subject, but we never heard before of an occur. rence of the kind in Nova Scotia. Robins, Mr. Acker states, were quite plenty in the field where the grubs had fallen, and appeared to enjoy the repast which Providence had provided for them. The untimely appearance of the robins upon the clearances, is no less remarkable than the other phenomenaand we understand that they have been seen in other places, and in the fields of the peninsula of Halifax. Halifax Times.

Saturday, February 6. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer, at 5 10 7 A.M., 19; 8, 213; 9, 24 10, 25; 11, 22; 12 and 1 P.M., 30; 2, 31); 4, 333; 5, 34; 6, 314; 7, 291; 8, 284; 9, 28;

Wires.--5 to 7 A.M., 43; 8, 46; 9, 48; 10, 48); 11 to 1 P.M., 50; 2, 504; 4, 52; 5, 50; 6, 48; 7, 464; 8, 481; 9 and 11, 46.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 25; 3 P.M., 37; 9, 30. Lowest during the night, 27.

Flatbush, murn., 22; alt., 35; even., 29. Barometer, 29.65 to 29.70. Wind N.W. all day. Sky clear all day.

Ai Saltville, 6 A.M., 31; 7, 32; 8, 321; 9, 33; 10, 41; 11, 461; 12, 48; 1 PM., 481; , 50; 3, 48; 4, 45; 5, 431; 6, 371; 7, 37; 8, 36; 10, 341. Sky clear all day. Wind light froni S.W.'at noon and sunset, calm at sunrise.

At Syracuse, sunrise, 10; 9 A.M., 14; 3 P.M., 27; 9, 22. Barometer, 29.54 to 29.60. Sky cloudy all day:

Wind S.W. at sunrise, and 9 A.M. N.W. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew-point, 8 10 18.

Sunday, February 7. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer at 7 A.M., 23; 8, 24; 9. 27; 10, 30; 11, 34 ; 12, 36; 1 and 2 P.M., 38; 4, 35; 5, 31 ; 6, 32; 7, 33; 8, 34; 9, 32; 10, 34.

Wires. — 7 and 8, A.M., 46; 9, 47; 10,49; 11, 51; 12 to 3 P.M., 52; 4, 51; 5 and 6, 48; 7 w 9, 50; 10, 494. Rain at half past 8, P.M., snow at 10.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M , 3 P.M., 37; 9, 37. Lowest during the night, 32.

Flatbush, morn, 24; ati., 40; even., 33. Barometer 29.55 10 29.70. Wind N.W.all day. Sky cloudy in the morning, clear in the afternoon. Light fall of snow between 8 P.M. and midnight. 20-100 of an inch of melted snow fell.

Al Sallville, 6 A.M., 32; 7, 32); 8, 33); 9 and 10, 341; 11, 36; 12 and 1 P.M., 38; 2, 39; 3, 40; 4, 45; 5 and 6, 44; 7, 40; 8, 38, 9, 351; 10, 33. Murky al sunrise, cloudy at noon, and clear at sunset. Calin al sunrise, and noon. Wind light from S.W.at sunnearly set. Drizzling rainand foggy nearly all day. 06-100 of an inch of rain fell.

At Syracuse, sunrise, 22; 9 A.M. 23; 3 and 9 P. M., 32. Barometer, 29.12 to 29 44. Scatiered clouds at 3 P.M. Cloudy ihe rest of lhe day. Wind N.E. at sunrise and 9 A.M. E. at 3 and 9 P.M. Dew. poinı, 18 to 28. Snow fell iwo inches at 51 P.M. 11100 of an inch of rain and melted snow tell.

Monday, February 8. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermomeier, at 1 and 2 A. M., 30., starlight; 3, 30; 4, 29; 5 to 7, 28; 8, 29; 9, 30; 10, 32; 11, 314; 12, 36; 1 P.M., 38; 2, 39; 3, 391; 4, 39; 5, 38; 6 and 7, 36; 8, 371; 9, 341 10, 38.

Wires.- 1 A.M., 48; 2, 47; 3, 46}; 4 to 6, 46; 7, 47; 8, 471; 9, 48; 10, 50; 11 and 12, 52; 1 and 2 P.M., 53; 3, 521; 4, 52; 5,513; 6, 491; 7, 50; 8, 503; 9, 49; 10, 50. Cloudy at 10 P.M.

New York Hospiial, 9 A.M., 33; 3 P.M., 41; 9, 41. Lowest during the night, 40.

Fatbush, morn., 31; all., 42; even., 35, Barome. ier, 29.55 to 29.60. Wind W.in the morning, S.W. in ihe aliernoon. Sky clear all day.

Saltville, 6 A.M., 23}; 7, 24; 8, 26; 9 29; 10, 38; 11, 41; 12, 18; 1 and 2 P.M., 471; 3, 49; 4, 51; 5, 48; 6, 41; 7, 40; 8, 36; 9, 34; 10, 33. Sky clear and calm all day.

Syracuse, sunrise, 25; 9 A.M., 30; 3 P.M., 39; 9, 35. Barvineler, 29.06 10 29,14. Sky cloudy ali day. Wind W.at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M.S.E. at 9, P.M. Dew-point, 21 10 22.

Tuesday, February 9. Brooklyn Heights, Thermometer, at 4 to 8 A.M., 38; 9, 39; 10 and 11, 43; 12, 451; 1 P.M., 48; 2, 47; 3 and 4, 46; 5, 411; 6 and 7, 43; 9, 421; 10, 42.

Wires.-4 to 8, 30 A.M., 50; 9, 513; 10 and 11, 54; 12, 55; 1 P.M.,55); 2,55; 3, 54; 4, 531; 5,52; 6, 51; 7,514; 9 and 10,51. Cloudy ai 4 and 5 AM, clear at 6 A.M.

New York Hospital, 9. A.M., 41; 3 P.M., 48; 9, 45. Lowest during the night,31.

Flatbush, morn., 40; att., 49; even., 44. Barometer 29.45 to 29.60. Wind S.W.all day. Sky cloudy all day.

Sallville, 6 and 7 A.M., 33; 8, 34; 9, 36; 10, 38; 11, 39); 12, 42; 1 P.M., 46; 2 and 3, 50; 4, 481; 5, 48; 6, 453; 7 to 9, 401; 10, 381. Foggy at sunrise, cloudy at noon and sunset. Light air varying from N.E. io S.W. A lew drops of rain about 4 P.M. 13. 100 of an inch sell.

Syracuse, suorise, 35; 9 A.M., and 3 P.M., 37; 9, 31. Barometer, 23.91 to 29.30. Scaliered cionds at sunrise, cloudy the remainder of the day. Wind W. all day. Dew Point, 18 to 27.

Wednesday, February 10. Brooklyn Heights.—Thermometer, at 5 to 10 A.M., 33; 11, 331; 12, and 1 P.M., 34); 2, 35; 3 and 4, 354; 5, 36; 6 10 10, 35.

Wires.-5 A.M., 46; 6 to 10, 46}; 11,49; 12, 50; 1 and 2 P.M. 491; 3,50; 4 and 5, 491; 6 and 7, 49; 8 and 9, 491; 10, 49.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 35; 3 P.M., 37; 9, 37. Lowest during the night, 32.

Flatbush, morn., 33; aft, and even, 34. Barome. er, 29.70. Wind N.E. all day. Sky cloudy all day.

Snow in the morning. 10-100 of an inch of melted snow ell.

Al Saliville, 6 A.M., 34; 7, 341; 8, 35; 9, 36; 10, 38; 11 and 12, 36}; 1 P.M., 37; 2, 361; 3 and 4, 36; 5, 35; 6, 33; 7, 304; 8 and 9, 29; 10, 27. Sky cloudy all day. Wind moderate all day from

At Syracuse, sunrise, 28; 9 A.M., 30; 3 P.M., 41; 9, 32. Barometer, 29 38 to 29.14. Scaltered clouds at sunrise and 9 A.M. Cloudy ai 3 and 9 P. M. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M. Dew-point, 20 lo 24. Snow lell iwo inches at 7 P.M. 13-100 of an inch of melted snow fell.

Thursday, February 11. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermometer, al 5 and 6 A. M., 31 ; 7, 304; 8, 291; 9, 311; 10, 32); 11, 34; 12, 35ļ; 1 P.M., 36; 2, 37; 3, 36; 4, 35; 5, 343; 6, 32 ; 7, 31; 8, 30; 9, 28; 10, 29.

Wires.-5 AM., 481; 6, 48; 7, 481; 8, 47; 9, 491; 10, 50; 11,51; 12, 511; 1 and 2 P.M., 51 ; 3, 501; 4 and 5, 49; 6, 47; 7 and 8, 461; 9, 451; 10, 47. Cloudy at 5 A. M.-open in the East. Chain clouds. Clear at 6 A.M.

New York Hospital. 9 A.M., 33; 3 P.M., 36; 9, 31. Lowest during the night, 27.

Flaibush, morn., 32; ali., 37; even., 30. Barom. eer. 29,70 10 29.80. Wind N. W. all day. Sky clear all day.

At Saltville, 6 and 7 A.M., 24; 8, 24}; 9, 25; 10, 251; 11, 26; 12, 26}; 1 P.M., 26 ; 2, 251; 3, 243; 4, 231; 5,211; 6, 21; 7109, 23; 10, 22. Sky cloudy all day. Wind moderate from S.W. all day. Very light snow all the forenoon-wind fresh al night from S.W.

At Syracuse, sunrise, 24; 9 A.M., 26; 3 P.M., 28; 9, 19. Barometer, 29 50 to 29.56. Sky cloudy ali day till 9 P.M.--clear at 9. Wind W.all day. Dewpoint 12 lo 14.

MARINE Disaster.- Ship C. Colon struck by Lightning.-Leiters have been received in this city from a commercial house in Havana, dated Fell. 20ch, announcing the total loss of the French ship C. Colon, or Christophe Colombe. She cleared from this pori for Havana on the 5th of February, loaded with a cargo of collon and corn. She was struck by lighi. ning, at sea, on Feb. 11, 75 miles from Havana, and shortly afier reaching the coast of Cuba, noi far irom Bahia Honda, she was burni to the waler's edge. No turiher particulars had been received at Havana. ller caryo was fully insured in this cil.-.V. O. Pic. March 3.

Friday, February 12. Brooklyn Heights.-Thermomeler, at 5 A.M., 24, 6, 21; 7, 23; 8, 255; 9, 27}; 10, 29; 11, 30; 12, 32; 1 P.M., 33 ; 2 10 4, 31; 5, 32); 6, 301; 7 and 8, 291 ; 9, 28; 10, 26.

Wires.—5 A.M., 45; 6,411; 7, 461; 8, 47; 9, 181; 10, 491; 11, 50; 12 and 1 P.M., 51; 3,514; 3, 50%; 4, 491; 5, 485; 6, 471; 7 and 8, 47; 9,463 ; 10, 45. Starlight at 5 A.M. Cloully at 7 A.M. Snowing ai 10 A.M.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M., 23; 3 P.M., 33; 9, 29. Lowest during ihe nighi, 24.

Flatbush, morn., 27; ali., 32; even., 31. Baromeler, 29.70 10 29 85. Wind W. all day. Flurries of sno v through the forenoon. Rain in the afternoun.

A: Saltville, 6 and 7 A.M., 20; 8, 213; 9, 24; 10, 30; 11, 311; 12, 33; 1 P.M., 364; 2, 355 ; 3, 34; 4, 35; 5, 33; 6 10 8, 291; 9, 28; 10, 27. Scattered clouds ai sunrise; clear at noon and sunsel. Wind inoderate from S.W. all day.

At Syracuse, sunrise, 18; 9 A.M., 23; 3 P.M., 33 ; 9, 29. B: rometer, 29.36 to 29.54.' Sky cloudy at sunrise, 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. Scattered clouds at 9 P.M. Wind S. at sunrise and 9 A.M., W ai 3 P. M. and N. W. at 9 P.M. Dew-poin' 10 10 17. Snow Tell iwo inches during the nighi. 12 100 ot an inch of melted snow.

Saturday, February 13. Brooklyn Heights:--Thermometer, at 2 10 6 A.M., 22; 7 and 8, 21; 9, 231; 10, 251; 11, 263; 12, 273; 1 P.M., 30; 2, 31; 3 and 4,30; 5, 28; 6, 26; 7, 255; 8 to 11. 26.

Wires.—2 tn 8, A.M., 44; 9,47%; 10, 48; 11, 48}; 12,49; 1 and 2 P.M., 50; 3, 485; 4, 48; 5 and 6, 46; 7, 45; 8, 46; 9 to 11, 47.

New York Hospital, 9 A.M.. 25; 3 P.M., 30; 9, 28. Lowest during the night, 27.

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