dets passed in the 57th Year of the Reign of Geo. III. or in the Fifth Session of the

Fifth Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Cap. I. To continue and extend the Pro liberty of the subjects of this realnı.--Prititions of an Act of the Forty-nin Y car vileges of Members of Parliament not inva of his present Majesty, for regulating the lidated.—Persons against whom indictments Trade and Commerce to and from the Cape for high treason are already found, to be of God Hope, until the 5th day of July tried thereon.-The Secretary of State may 1820; and also for regulating the Trade of order persons committed, to be removed to the Island of Mauritius.--Feb. 24, 1817. any other goal; but persons so removed

Trade to the eastward of the Cape of are not to be deprived of right to be tried Good Hope, to be regulated by Order in or discharged. Council. Goods imported or exported con Cap. IV. To extend the priviliges of the trary to Order in Council, forfeited, as also Trade of Malia to the Port of Gibraltar. the vessels.-East India Company's rights March 4. not to be affected.

Cap. V. For continuing to his Majesty Cap. II. For raising the sum of TWEN. certain Duties on Malt, Sugar, Tobacco, TY-FOUR MILLIONS, by Erchequer Bills, and Snuff, in Great Britain ; and on Penfor the Service of the Year 1817.-Feb. 24. sions, Offices, and Personal Estuits in Eng

The Treasury may raise L. 24,000,000 by land ; and for receiving the Contributions Exchequer bills, in like manner as is pre of Persons receiving Pensivils and holding scribed by 48 Geo. III. cap. I.-Treasury Offices; for the Service of the Year 1817. to apply the money so raised.-To be pay- - March 4. able out of the Supplies for the nert Session. Sect. 38.-Whereas his Royal Highness

- To bear an interest not exceeding 3!d. the Prince Regent has been graciously pleasper cent. per diem. To be current at the ed to direct certain sums to be contributed Exchequer after April 5, 1818.–Bank of and paid, from the Civil List revenue, in England may advance L. 15,000,000 on the aid of the public service of the year 1817; credit of this Act, notwithstanding the Act and whereas many persons holding offices 5 and 6 Gul, and Mariæ.

and places in his Majesty's service, and Cap. III. To empower his Majesty to see others liaving or holding pensions or other cure and detain such Persons as his Majesty emoluments derived from the public, are shall suspect are conspiring against his Per- desirous of contributing proportions of their son and Government.—March 4.

respective official incomes, salaries, pensions, That all or any person or persons that

or other emoluments, for the same purpose; are or shall be in prison within that part of be it therefore enacted, that it shall be law. the United Kingdom called Great Britain, ful for the Commissioners of his Majesty's at or upon the day on which this Act shall Treasury of the United Kingdom of Great receive his Majesty's royal assent, or after, Britain and Ireland, or any three or more by warrant of his said Majesty's most ho- of them, or for the Lord High Treasurer notrable Privy Council, signed by six of the of the United Kingdom of Great Britain said Privy Council, for high treason, sus and Ireland for the time being, to issue picion of high treason, or trcasonable prac- such directions, for one year, conmencing tices, or by warrant signed by any of his the 5th day of April 1817, to the officers Majesty's Secretaries of State, for such of the Exchequer, and of the several departcauses as aforesaid, may be detained in safe ments of the Civil List of Great Britain recustody, without bail or mainprize, until spectively, as may be necessary for giving the 1st day of July 1817; and that no judge effect to the most gracious intention of his or justice of the peace shall bail or try any Royal Highness in such contribution, and such person or persons so committed, with- for executing the intentions of such other out order from his said Majesty's Privy persons as aforesaid ; and no deduction shall Council, signed by six of the said Privy be made, or fee, emolument, or allowance Council, until the 1st day of July 1817; taken, by any person returning, receiving, any law or statute to the contrary notwith or paying any such contributions as aforestanding.--Act in Scotland of 1701, so far said.—Bank of England authorized to adas relates to treason, suspended.--Persons vance a certain sum, not exceeding three committed there not to be tried, &c. with. millions, on the credit of this Act. out such order as aforesaid.--From and af.

Cap. VI.

To make perpetual certain ter the 1st day of July 1817, the said per- Parts of an Act of the Thirty-sixth Year sons so committed shall have the benefit of his present Majesty, for the Safety and and advantage of all laws and statutes in Preservation of his Mujesty's Person and aby way relating to, or providing for, the Government against Treasonable and Sedi

tious Practices and Attempts; and for the 37 Geo. III. c. 70, and 37 Geo. III. Safety and Preservation of the Person of (Irish) revived and made perpetual. his Royal Highness the Prince Regent Cap. VIII. To continue until the 5th day against Treasonable Practices and Attempts. of April 1820, an Act of the Fifty-second - March 17.

Year of his present Majesty, to regulate the Cap. VII.

To revive and make perpeta. Separation of damaged fro:n sound Coffee, al Two Acts of the Thirty-seventh Year of and to permit Dealers to send out any his present Majesty, the One in the Parlia. quantity of Coffee, not exceeding Eight ment of Great Britain, and the Other in the Pounds weight, without a Permit.—March Parliament of Ireland, for the better Pre. 17. vention and Punishment of Attempts to Cap. IX. For vesting all Estates and Seduce Persons serving in his Majesty's Property occupied for the Barrack Service Forces by Sea or Land from their" Duty in the Comptroller of the Burrack Departand Allegiance to his Majesty, or to incite ment, and for granting certain Powers to them to Mutiny or Disobedience.—March the said Comptroller.-March 17. 17.


Sir William Garrow, Attorney-General, to be a
Puisne Baron of Exchcquer, vice Sir R. Richards.

Sir Samuel Shepherd, Solicitor-General, to be
Attomey-General, vice Sir William Garrow.

Robert Gifford, Esq. to be Solicitor-General, vice Sir S. Shepherd.

G. F. Belize, Esq. to be Portcullis Pursuivant of Arms.

July 1.-knighthood conferred on John Evans, Esq. High Sheriff of Middlesex.

2.-Knighthood conferred on W. H. Robinson, Esq. Commissary-General to his Majesty's Forces in Canada,

16.- The Duke of Wellington granted the royal licence to wear the insignia of a Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Sicilian Military Order of St Ferdinand and of Meri and also of a Knight of the Royal Sicilian Order of St Januarius, given by the King of the Two Sicilies.

*).- The Right Hon. Edward Thornton to be his Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of his Most Faithful Majesty ;-and

The Hon. Francis Reginald Forbes to be Secretary to his Majesty's Legation at that Court.

30.-Mr Planta to be Under Secretary of State for the Home Department, vice Mr Cook, resigned.

Aug. 2.-The Prince Regent has, by letters patent, authorized Lord Bathurst to exercise all the rights and privileges belonging to a Knight of the Gartır, as fully as if he had been formally installed.

16.--The Hon. Willian Maule, Admiral of the coast from Broughty Castle to the Tod Head, has appointed James Burnes, writer in Montrose, his deputy.

Members returned to Parliament. Sir Samuel Shepherd for Dorchester.

Robert Gifford, Esq. for Eye, vice Sir William Garrow.

Edmond Worlehouse, Esq. for Norfolk, vice Sir J. H. Astley, deceased.

July 28.-- The Right Hon. Nieholas Vansittart, for Harwich.

Aug. 1.- The Hon. J. P. Vercker, for the city ef Limerick,

to be minister of the church and parish of Nige, Presbytery of Tain, vacant by the death of Mr Alexander Macadam.

Oxford, Aug. 16.–Friday se'ennight, the Bishop of Oxford was admitted warden of All Soul's Col. lege, with the usual ceremonies, in the room of the Rev. Edmund Isham, D. D, deceased.

At a private Ordination, holden by the Lord Bishop of Kildare, Thomas Grantham, M. A. fellow of Magdalen College, was ordained a Deacon.

18.-The Rev. George Rous, to the Rectory of Laverton, Somerset.

Rev. F. S. Wall, to the vicarage of Stoke, St Milbro', Salop:

Rev. — Winnington, to the vicarage of Cliftonupon-Teame, Herefordshire.

Rev. James Sparrow, to the Rectory of Hemlock, Devon.

The Rev. George Frederic Tavel, A. M. to the Rectory of Campsey Ash, in Suffolk.

Sunday se'envighi, the following gentlemen were ordained in the parish church at Kendal, Westinoreland, by the Bishop of Chester:

Deacons, - John Win. Trevor, B. A. St John's College; Robert Brade Brocklebank, B. A. and John William Sinclair, B. A. of Trinity College, Can bridge; Henry Richardson, John Master Wall er, Jeffrey liebdon, Janes Hayes, Joseph Docker, and Humphrey Brown, Literates.

Priests, John Thomas Bowe, B. A. Richard Moore, A. M. Christopher Barnes, Wm. Rigg, John Douglas, Literates.

III. MILITARY. The 15th Foot to bear the words “ Martinique and “ Guadaloupe" on its colours and appointments.

The 67th Foot to bear the word " Barrosa" on its colours and appointments.

The 74th Foot to bear the words “ Busaco," “Fuentes d'Onor," “ Ciudad Rodrigo," “ Badajoz,”. “Salamanca," " Vittoria," Pyrenees," * Nivelle," “ Orthes," and " Toulouse," on its colours and appointments.

The Royal" Seots to bear the words “ Busaco," * Salamanca,"

," “ Vittoria," “ St Sebastian," “ Nive," “ Peninsula,” and “ Waterloo," on its colours and appointments.

The 34th Foot, " Vittoria." 2 L. G. Cornet and Sub-Lt. T. Marten to be Lieut. by purch. vice Meares, 18 F.

26 June 1817 G. Greenwood, to be Cornet and Sub-Le. vice Marten

do. 2 D.G. Lieut. C. Kearney, to be Capt. by purch, vice Hunter retires.

19th do. Cornet J. G. Green, to be Licut, by purch.

vice Kearney, prom. 3d July

July 17.-The Associate congregation of North
Leith gave an unanimous (all to the Rev. John
Brown of Biggar, to be their pastor.

31.-Mr Gavin Struthers, preacher of the gospel, was ordained assistant and succesor to the Rev. James Stewart, Minister of the Relief Congregation, Anderston.

Ang. 8.--His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Lewis Ruse


5D.G. Cornet Charles Drury, to be Lieut. by purch. R.Y.R. Gent. Cadet G. Taylor, to be Ensign, vice vice Stewart, prom.

19th June

19th June
Jocelyn Willey, to be Cornet by purch. vice G. T. Ridsdale, to be Ensign, vice Acome
19th June

3d July 3 Lieut. B. 'Christie, to be Capt. by purch. R.W.I. Ran. Ens. G. Flood, to be Lieut. vice Stewvie: Brunskill, retires

3d July
art, dead

do. * Dr Lieut. James Gape, to be Capt. by purch. Canad. Fen. Capt. J. M. Wallace, from 230 Dr. to Fice Bt. Major Vernon, retires 19th June

be Maj. by purch, vice De Haren, Cornet A. Trotter, to be Lieut. by purch.


1st January sice Gape

do. Brevet Major W. M. Leake of R. Art. to be Lt. W. H. Oram, to be Cornet by purch. vice

Col. in the Army 4th June 1813 Trotter

do. 5 D.G. Cornet Wm. Locke, to be Lieut. by purch. Cornet H. Cazalet, from 4 Dr. to be Lt. by

J. Gardiner, to be Cornet by purch. vice purch. vice Biddult, prom. 26th do.

Watson, prom.

10th July 1817 H. E. Porter, to be Cornet by purch. vice

Ass. Surg. D. M'Gregor, fm. 56 F. to be Smith, prom.

3d July

Assist. Surg. vice Speer, ret.upon h.p. do. S. A. H. Lucas, to be Cornet by purch. 4 Dr. Thomas Harrison, to be Cornet by purch. vice Armstrong, prom.

vice Cazalet, prom. 6 Dr.

do. 10 Capt. H. R. C. Stapylton, to be Major by 10

John Trollope, to be Cornet by purch. vice purch. vice Lowther, 12 F. 19th June

Brown, retires

do. Lieut. E. F. Meynell, to be Capt. by purch.

Licut. c. Bacon, to be Capt. by purch. vice Stapylton


vice Wallace, Canadian Fenc. do. Cornet Wm. Gale, to be Lieut. by purch.

Cornet s. C. Simpson, to be Lieut. by vice Meynell

26th do,
purch. vice Bacon

do. Hon. R. Watson, to be Cornet by purch. 24 Cornet W. H. West, to be Lieut. by purch. vice Gale

vice Proctor, prom.

do. P. N. De Cartaret, to be Cornet by purch.

6 F.

Ensign T. Holyaoke, from b. p. 58 F. to vice Mayne, 1 Life Guards 19th June

be Ens. vice Edwards, ex. rec. diff. do. 18

Serj.-Major John Collins, to be Quart.-Mas 16 Licut. Wm. Orr, from h p. to be Lieut. ter, vice Tarleton, ret. h. p. 12th do.

vice Hasleham, ex.

do. 19 John Hall, to be Cornet by purch. vice Dun 31

Capt. W. H. Milles, from h. p. to be Capt. gan, prom:

vice Elder, ex. rec. dift.

do. 37. G. Lieut: W.L. Forster, to be Lieut. & Capt. 50

Ensign T. Edwards, from h. p. 83 F. to vice Lake, resigns

26th do.

be Ensign, vice Lumsden, ex. do. Ensign G. R. Abercromby, from 51 F. to 53

Lieut. A. F. Gregory, from 4 Dr.to be Capt. be Ensign and Lieut. vice Forster do.

by purch. vice Fernandez, ret. F. Lieut. John Baxter, to be Capt. vice Keap 60 F. Qrt. Mast, J. Kiens, from h. p. to be Qrt. pock, dead

12th June
Mast. vice Burrough, ex.

do. Ensign Luke Prior, to be Lieut. vice Baxter 68 Lieut. G. E. Scott, from h. p. 52, to be

Lieut. vice Grant, ex.

do, C. U. Trippe, to be Ensign by purch. vice 77

SW. J. H. Bowen, h. p. to be Lieut.
Vernon, 1 F. G.

Ilth do.
vice Cameron, ex, rec, diff.

do. Serj.-Maj. J. K. Leith, to be Adj. and En 79

Capt. F. Langley, from 82 F. to be Capt. sign, vice Priestley, res. Adj. only 12th do.

vice Bruce, ex.

do. Assist. Surg. W. Morrison, to be Surg. vice 82

W. Bruce, from 79 F. to be Capt. vice
O'Hara, dead

Langley, ex.

do. Hosp. Assist. J. Ligertwood, to be Assist. 87 Lieut. Jom Carrol, from h. p. to be Lieut. Surg. vice Morrison

vice Femel, ex.

do. John Hendrick, from Donegal Mil. to be 88

George Hill, from h. p. to be Lieut. Assist. Surg. vice Martin, res,

vice Mahon, ex. rec. diff.

do. 15 Lieut. H. Temple, to be Capt. by purch. 91

Paym. J. Fairfowl, from h. p. to be Paym. vice Spread, retires


vice Campbell, ret. upon h. p. do. Edward Gilbert, to be Ensign, vice Pigott,

Staff: dead

do. Major G. Burer, to be Lieuts-Col. by purch. Hosp. Assist. J. Cousins, from h. p. to be Hosp.

do, Assist, to the Forces, vice Sibbald, canc.

do. vice James, retires 51

Limerick, Lieut. T. Walsh, 2W.I. R. to be Town Frederick Matthews, to be Ensign, vice Abercromby, 3 F. G.

26th June

Maj. vice Fitzgerald, dead 19th June

Staff Surg. W. Wallace, from h. p. to be Surg. to Ensign J. Howe, from 80 F. to be Ensign,

19th do.

the Forces, vice Rodgers, ret. on h. p. 25th do. 62 J. M. Caldecott, to be Ensign by purch, vice

Hosp). Assist. A. Cumming,

from h. p. to be Hosp. Assist. to the Forees

12th do. Reid, retires

24th do. Lieut.Col. G. Mutlebury, from h. p. to be

J. Sibbald, from h. p. to be Hosp. Assist. do.

do. 30 July Lieut. Col. vice Robbins, dead $0 Lieut. H. Stoddart, to be Capt. vice Thome,

J. L. Warren, from h. p. to be Hosp. Assist. do.

do. dead

do. Ensign E. Woolhouse, to be Lt. by purch.

J. Robertson, from h. p. to be Hosp. Assist. do.

do. vice Croker, prom.

26th June T. H. Powell, to be Ensign by purch. vice

Peter Lamond, from h. p. to be Hosp. Woolhouse

do. do.

Assist. do. Rid.Br.20 Lieut. W. Shaw, to be ist Lieut. vice

Robert Sillery, from h. p. to be Hosp. Bennet, dead


Assist. do. W. Curtis, to be 2d Lieut. vice Shaw do.

David Ewing, from h. p. to be Hosp. Assist. do.

do. IW.I.R. Arthur Meyer, to be Ensign, vice Hunt, Royal African Corps

12th June

Alex. Boyd, from h. p. to be Hosp. Afr.C. Ensign J. Adanson, to be Lieut. vice

Assist. do. vice Oswald, dead

do. Steret, dead

11th do.

H. B. Adams, to be Lieut. vice Brevet Major Marlay, from 1 F. rec. diff. with
M'Rae, dead

12th do. Capt. Wetherall, h. p.
E. Hunt, from 1, W. I. R. to be Capt. Chapman, from 6 Dr. with Capt. Gardiner,
Ensign, vice Adamson

11th do. 50 F. Wm. Macrae, to be Ensign, vice Adarns Webb, from 12 Dr. rec. diff. with Capt.

12th do. Goldsmid, h. p. 72 F. Lieut. J. Adamson, to be Adj. vice Gray, Warren, from 18 F. rcc. diff. with Capt. resigns Adjt. only

3d July

Hammill, h. p. 7. F. RY.R. Lt. Edwards, to be Capt. vice White, Colley, from 45 F. rec. diff. with Capt. dead

19th June Gordon, h. p. 1 F. Ensign J. Eager, to be Lieut. vice Ed Andrews, from Rifle Brigade, rec. diff. with wards

do. Capt. Pattenson, h. p. 13 F. Ensign and Adjut. W. Firebrace, rank of Sir John Cox, from 2d Life Gds. rec. diff. Lieut.

20th do. with Capt. Meare, h. p. 18 F. Ensign Thomas Acome, to be Lieut. vice Barry, from 75 F. rec. diff. with Captain M'Lennon, dead

zd Jwy M'Adam, h. p. VOL. I.


3d July



Lieut. Palkner, from 4 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut. Baillie, from 30 F. rec. dift. with Lieut. Jas. Lieut. Ravenhill, h. p. 1 Dr. Gda.

Poyntz, h. p. M'Culloch, from 32 F. rec. diff. with Licut 20 Lieut. Campbell, from Rifle Brigade, with EnOliver, h. p. 3 F.

sign Ward, h. p. 71 F. Vickers, from Rifle Brigade, rec. diff, with Ensign Gordon, from 25 F. with Ensign Morris Lieut. Twigg, h. p. 3 F. D'Arcy, from 15 Dr. rec. dift. with Lieut.

Mathewson, from 8 F. with Ensign MawdesStopford, h. p. 101 F.

ley, 65 F. Boase, from 22 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Mon Surgeon Corfield, from 17 F. with Surgeon Maxto, h. p. 94 F.

ton, h. p. 38 F. · Stapleton, from 17 F. rec. diff. with Lieut. Staff Surg. Thompson, from full pay, with Surg. Lane, h. p. 41 F.

Dakers, h. p.
Conry, from 90 F. with Lieut. Shaw, h. p.
52 F.

Resignations and Retirements.
Waymouth, from 2 Life Gds. rec. diff. with Lieut. Col. James, 37 F.
Visc. Barnard, h. p. 7 Dr.

Major Vemon, 2 Þr.
J. W. Bacon, from 9 Dr. rec. diff. with

De Haren, late Canadian Feng.
Charles Bacon, h. p. 11 Dr.

Capt. Hunter, 2 Dr. Gds.
Hudson, from 2 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Brunskill, 5 do.
Clunes, h. p. 27 F.

Lake, 3 F. G.
West, from 3 F. with Licut. James, 58 F.

Spread, 15 F.
-Stannus, from 9 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut. Lieut. Tracey, 25 F.
Maberly, h. p. 7 Dr.

Gallaher, 103 F.
Masters, from 30 F. rec. diff. with Lieut.

Ensign Reid, 62 F.
Rogers, h. p.

Assist. Surg. Martin, 12 F.

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It may perhaps be necessary, for the satisfaction of our readers, to explain the manner in which the daily observations are registered in the table from which the following abstract is taken. The table contains 18 columns. In the 1st is entered the highest to which the Thermometer has risen,-and in the 2d, the lowest to which it has sunk, every 24 hours. The 3d contains the actual temperature 10 a. m., and the fourth at 10 p. m. In the 5th is entered the mean of the highest and lowest ; in the 6th the mean of 10 a. m. and 10 p. m. and in the 7th the mean of the 5th and 6th; i.e. the mean of 4 daily observations. The next 6 columns are occupied with the Barometer, the 8th containing the temperature of the Mercury, and the oth the pressure at 10 a. m.; the 10th and lìth containing the same for 10 p. m.; and the 12th and 13th the means of the preceding 4. The last 5 columns are allotted to the Hygrometer, the 14th containing the daily quantity of rain,-the 15th the quantity of evaporation for every 5 days, the 16th the state of Leslie's Hygrometer at 10 a. m.- the 17th the same 10 p. m.--and the 18th the mean of the preceding

On the opposite page of the table are columns for the force and direction of the winds, the moon's phases, and general remarks. The self-registering Thermometers are adjusted every morning at 10 o'clock, that is, the index in each is brought to the actual temperature at that time,-of course, the day is supposed to begin at 10 a. m. In the fol. lowing abstract is given the mean of each column as explained above, together with the extremes of the Thermometer, Barometer, and Hygrometer, during the period comprehended in the Report. An attempt was made to render the Table more complete by registering Lind's Anemometer, but the results were found so very unsatisfactory, that the attempt was abandoned. We hope to be able, at a future period, to present our readers with the results of observations on the Anemometer invented by Professor Leslie, the only

philosophical instrument of the kind that has hitherto been devised. In stating the number of fair and rainy days, every day is reckoned fair when the rain does not amount to one hundredth of an inch ; and in giving the greatest and least mean daily evaporation, it is to be understood as applicable to a period of five days, as the evaporating basin is examined only every fifth day. Of course, the method of measuring evaporation by a basin does not give the actual amount evaporated from a place exposed to the free action of the wind, but for comparing one month or one year with another, it appears both the simplest method and the best, if indeed not the only practicable one.

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Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from

Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.
From 16th July to 15th August 1817, inclusive.


THERMOMETER. Degrees. Mean of greatest daily heat, 62.681 Greatest heat, July 25th,

66,500 cold, 48.203 Greatest cold, August 10th

43.000 : : temperature, 10 A. M. 57.801 Highest 10 A. M. July 23d,

63.000 10 P. M. 52.708 Lowest ditto, August 3d,

52.500 of daily extremes, 55.443 Highest 10 P. M. July 21st,

57.500 10 A. M. and 10 P. M. 55.254 Lowest ditto, July 19th,

19.000 4 daily observations,


Highest 10 A. M. July 29th,

29.885 Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 59) 29.521 Lowest ditto, August 13th,

29.010 10 R M. (temp. of mer. 59) 29.540 Highest 10 P. M. July 23d,

29.950 :: both, (ternp. of mer. 59). 29.530 Lowest ditto, August 12th,

29.080 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S). Degrees.

HYGROMETER. Degrees. Mean of 10 A. M. 24.026 Highest 10 A. M. July 29th,

40.000 10 P. M. 10.264 Lowest ditto, August 3d,

7.000 both, 17.145 Highest 10 P. M. July 24th,

25.000 Rain in Inches, 3.445 Lowest ditto, August 11th,

4.000 Evaporation in ditto,

2.137 Greatest rain in 24 hours, 3d August, 0.560 Fair days 12; rainy days 19,

Least ditto, 15th August

0.008 Wind frein W. of meridian, including N.

19 Greatest mean. daily evap. 21st to 26th July 0.086 from E. side of meridian, including S. 12 Least ditto, Ist to 5th August,

0.036 General character of the period: cloudy, rainy, and cold, with very little sunshine.

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Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. N. B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at eight o'clock in the morning, and eight o'clock

in the evening.

Wind. Remarks.
Ther. Baro.


Ther. Baro.


Wind. Remarks.

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Jul 15

SM. 54/29.197 M. 58
E. 54

M. 53.29.280 M. 59
.331 E. 58
E. 54 .310 E. 595

W. Showers. M. 53 .455/M. 58 16

M. 57
N. E. Fair.
UE. 561 .538 E. 58

Aug. 1
.457 M. 60

Fair foren.
E. 52)


.582 E. 58 M. 54 558M. 58

rain aftern. E. 551

M. 53
N. W. Fair.

.558 E. 55

.604M. 59

Showers E. 53

.602 E. 58 N. W. SM. 52 578 M. 59 18

Cloudy, with
N. W.

M. 53
E. 56.666 E. 60

.188 M. 57

E. 54

Cble. Showers.

.188E. 58S
M. 51 .666M, 601

SM. 54
.662 E. 64
E. 55

.262 M. 58

Rain foren.


UE. 521 .575|E. 59
M. 59 .636/M. 64

fair aftern. 20

SM, 561
E. 56

Chle. Fair.
.526 E, 62

.715 M. 60

Frost morn, UE. 55

w. .715 E. 59

warm after. M. 60 .108 M. 63 21 E. 58 .199 E. 63 IS. W. Showers. 6{M. 57 .688 M. 60

UE. 57)
M. 59 .282 M. 621

.665 E. 60}N. W. Fair.
E. 58
.453 E. 63 ]s. W. Showers.

M. 56 .534M. 60
.414/E. 60

s. W. Fair,
M, 58 .690 M. 63
E. 60

M. 53
.828 E. 65

.260 M. 59

E. 52 .116E. 57
M. 55 .765 M. 63

SM. 49

.102 M. 57 E. 58

9 .653 E. 63 } E.

UE. 57

.263 E. 54
M. 58 .427 M. 61

Fair foren.

10 M. 51 .101M, 57
E. 58,538 E. 63 S. W.

rain aftern,
LE. 52

.503E. 56

Showers. M. 56 26 .269 M. 60

Cloudy, with

E. 561 .129 E. 61

SM. 52

.138 M. 56

E. 53 .102 E. 55
M. 57 .128 M. 62

Cloudy, with

w. E. 55 .163 E. 60

12 M. 5728.972 M. 58

SM. 55

E. 56 .970 E. 60
.242/M. 61

E. 52

.852M. 59
.428 E, 56

UE. 53

.968 E. 58 Cble. Showers.
M. 55 .511M. 60
UE. 54 .475 E. 59 IN. W. Showers. 14 M. 54 29.169 M. 58

YE. 59 28.975 E. 61

Cble. Showers. .418 M. 59

UE. 54 .343E. 60

.970 M. 61
E. 51/29.315 E. 59 )

N. W. Rain morn

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