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Junin
Ninacacca.
Cerro Pasco
Chiquirin
San Rafael
Huanuco
Chullqui
Acomayo.
Cashi
Atajo.
Chihuangala
La Cueva
Tingo Maria
Tocache
Sion ....
Lupuna
Chasuta.
Sta. Cruz
Nauta
Pebas
Egas
River Bank

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Barra
Mouth of Madeira
Villa Nova

Santarem
· Para

Do.
Sea
From moi of Ucayali to Sarayacu..

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868 METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL.

Thermometer.

Remarks.

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Calm; sky white and beautifully clear.
Remarkably clear.
* Temperature of a spring issuing from the rock.
Light westerly breeze; light cirrus clouds.
Clear and calm; stratus clouds covering the Andes.
Snow squall, small round flakes; wind variable from north-

ward and westward to northward and eastward; west-
ern Cordillera in the sunshine, the eastern covered with

storm.
Beautiful night; light air from the westward.
Calm; ground covered with hoar frost.
Hail and snow; wind from northward and eastward.

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Clear and calm.

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Light airs from northward and westward; cloudy.
Cloudy.
Light cirrus clouds.
Wind northward and eastward; beavy stratus clouds; light

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Time.

Place.

Approx. height.

O

Palcamayo

Do
Road
Junin

Do
Road

Feet. 1851.
10,500 July 1 6 p.m...
10,500

2 6 a. m..
11,000

2 8.4 a. m... 13,000

264 p. m... 13, 000

3 7 a. m.... 13,000

312.

Ninaccaca

Do
erro de Pasco
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13, 200
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13,800
13, 800
13, 800
13, 800
13, 800
13,800
13, 800
13, 800

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6 a. m....
9

Noon
10

10 am...
10 5 p. m....
10 10 p.m...
11

8 a. m....
11

10 p. m...
12

8 a m....
12 Noon
12

Do..

6 p. 1

m....

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Chiquirin

13, 800
11,500

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Calın; light cirrus clouds.

San Rafael

Do
Huanuco

8,400
8,400
6,000

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15
17

6 p. m....
7 a. m....
4 p. m..

Clear; strong breeze from north, which always sets in, at

this season, about noon and ceases about dark.

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6,000
6,000
6,000
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Clear; calm.

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18

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9 a. m....

55 584 Cloudy, with appearance of rain ; light breeze from the

northward. Light breeze from northward and eastward; half cloudy. *Mountain stream; cirrus clouds.

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Calm; cloudy to the south; night quite cool.
Clear and calm.
Cirro cumulus clouds; calm.

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245 p. m....
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8 a.m....
1 p.m..

Heavy rain.
Cumulus clouds; calm.
Calm; cirro-cumulus; rained all the latter part of tho®

night.
Calm; cloudy.
Breeze northerly; heavy clouds and thunder to the north-

ward.
Calm; cloudy.
Calm; clear.
Heavy shower of rain, with thunder; most of the rain clouds

came from the north. Half cloudy.

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*Mountain stream.
*Huallaga river.
Cloudy; close and hot in the woods.
River at Tingo Maria 100 yards broad, 24 fathoms deep;

smooth and unbroken.
Cloudy: light breeze from the northward.
Calm; cloudy; had been showery during the night.

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Place.

Date.

Approx. height.

Feet.

1851.
July 31

Chinchayvitoc
La Cueva
On the road
Tingo Maria

3,000

Aug.

2, 200

Do
Do
Do

2,200
2, 200
2, 200

2

7 p. m....

8 a. m. 3 4 p. m..

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METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL-Continued.

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Many obstructions from pebbly shoals, small rocky islets,

and drift-wood. Southw’rd Light breeze; cloudy; river not navigable for anything

but a canoe.
70 Calm Cloudy; river 60 yards broad; smooth; current 3 miles;

depth 14 fathom; pebbly bottom.
Heavy clouds, with thunder and lightning in the northwest;

during the night a fresh puff of wind from that direc-
tion; passed several rapids to-day; also through a hilly

country, which accounts for the stormy weather.
70 Westward Light breeze and light rain; river to-day free from rapids,

with some obstructions from drift-wood between the
islands; average depth 2 fathoms; average current
14 mile; passed a range of hills on the right; mount-
ains in sight, bearing from northwest to west; heavy
cumulus clouds in the northeast, with thunder; thick

stratus clouds in northwest.
71.5 Calm Cloudy; upper stratum, light cirrus clouds; lower, cirro-

cumulus, moving to southwest; river 50 yards broad;

current 3} miles; depth 23 fathoms. N. and W. Breeze light; heavy clouds in the north, with thunder;

passed one or two salt streams and several rapids; rain all night.

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