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Deaths.
General.
Captain.

Ensign.
Lord Muncaster, of late 4 Royal Leman, Royal. Afr. Corps Vernon, 80 F. 2 Aug. 1818
Vet. Bn. 29th July 1818
Majors.
Lieutenants.

Surgeons. Walmcsley, 8-F. 17th do. Ferguson, 10 F.

Crake, 67 F. Elder, h. p. 31 F.

Rolie, 58 F.

24th May 1818 Schooles, SIF. 7th July Butcher, h. p. 92 F.

16th Aug.
M'Connell, 75 F.

Armstrong, City of Dub. Mil. Green, h. p. Portu. Service

COMMERCIAL REPORT.-Sept. 11th 1818.

Sugars. The market for Sugar has, during last month, been upon the whole live. ly, and the prices good. There has been some fuctuation in prices, but nothing of a magnitude to alter the general results. The stock on hand in London is 11,000 casks less than at the same period last year. As the greater proportion of the crops from the West Indies are now arrived, the prices can hardly fail to be maintained, if not to become higher. The crops this year in the Colonies have been unusually late, owing to the exces. sive wet weather in the early part of the season, which always injures the succeeding crop. When the first rains commence in June, if the canes cannot be got soon and regularly weeded, they get overrun with weeds, which prevent them from becoming as thick on the ground as they otherwise would. When employed in taking off the latter part of the crop at this period, as has been the case this season, this labour cannot be attended to. In consequence of which, an evil is sustained which cannot be remedied. The following crop, if good, can never be any thing uncommon. Sugars, therefore, may be expected to keep high prices from this cause alone, independent of any other cause which may occur to raise them.-Coffre. The prices of this article, as might have been expected, have fluctuated greatly. Prices have, however, given way considerably, and the market is at present heavy and dull

. The stock on hand in London, is at present 5,400 tons, being 4,300 less than at the same period last year. The market for this article is likely to fluctuate considerably for some time, as the breath of speculation may move it, till it finds its proper level, and it is ascertained how far the supply is adequate to the demand. At present, it is a very unsafe article for the speculator to meddle with.-Cotton. The prices of this article have remained steady, and been fully supported, notwithstanding the total stagnation which had taken place in the spinning business in the chief manufacturing districts in England. Now that the unpleasant dispute between the masters and workmen are settled, or in a fair train of being so, it may reasonably be presumed, that Cotton will maintain its price, and the demand continue in full, if not in increased, activity. The quantity imported this year, exceeds that to the same period last year, by 130,000 bags. The crops in America are represented as having suffered considerably from excessive dry weather in June and July. The prices in the East Indies are raised to an unprecedented height, by native speculators, in consequence of the great demand from Europe. The consequences are likely to prove very injurious to those engaged, or newly engaging in that trade, as it is scarcely to be expected that they can obtain the high prices in this country, to which the first cost, freight, and charges, entitle them. The consequences also may be very various, in a political point of view, to our national interests in India. Cotton exported to Great Britain, from that portion of our empire, is allowed duty free, while for internal consumpt it bears a considerable tax. The produce of our Cotton manufactures is allowed to be imported duty free into India, while their own productions are heavily taxed. This cannot fail to make a deep and unfavourable impression upon the minds of the more active and intelligent classes in India ; namely, the labouring and commercial bodies, to our interests, which they must consider as partial and oppressive to them.-Corn. Notwith. standing the favourable appearance of the Grain last month, it advanced in price. During last week, the prices have been steady, and the sales of Flour limited. The probability is, that Grain has reached its highest price for this season.—Irish Provisions. In the article of Beef few sales have been made. The holders, however, anticipate higher prices, from the high prices of Pork. This article is in brisk demand.-- Tobacco. The prices for some days remain steady, and the demand good. A report was industriously circulated some weeks ago, of the great scarcity of this article, both in America and the different markets in Europe. This probably originated with some interested speculators, but it does not appear to have had the effect on the market which they anticipated.---Hemp, Flax, and Tal. low. The latter article has been in great demand, and at a very considerable advance. Hemp is also in considerable request. Flax may be stated as formerly.Rum, Brandy, and Hollands. The price of Rum has lately advanced, but the prices at that advance are now become nominal. Brandy is more in demand, and at advanced rates. Owing to excessive dry weather, the vintage in France is greatly fallen off in quantity, which must have the effect of keeping the price of Brandy high. Geneva is without variation.—Dyewoods. Logwood has continued in demand. Considerable sales have been made is

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Pimento. Ashes have been in good demand, and sold at advanced prices. Carolina Rice
in bond, has brought from 45s. to 46. Lemon Juice has been inquired for. Oil, of al-
most every description, has advanced in price, and considerable business has been doing in
several kinds. Saltpetre is now chiefly in the hands of second holders, who are demanding
advanced prices. There is little variation in the prices of other articles of commerce.
East India Indigo goes off steadily. Thick American Tar has sold at 17s. 6d., and Stock-
holm at 17s. 9d. per barrel. Molasses have again advanced in price, but the sales are not
brisk at our present quotations.

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PRICES CURRENT.-Aug. 29, 1818.
SUGAR, Musc.
LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL LONDON.

DUTIES
B. P. Dry Brown, . cwt.80 to

78 to 81 74 to 82 80 to 82
Mid. good,
and fine mid. 86

90
90 85
89 83
86

£1 10 0
Fine and very fine,

96

90
93 88

93 Refined, Doub. Loaves, 1.50 155

155
Powder ditto,
124 126

124
Single ditto,
120 122 119 124 124

126 122
Small Lumps
116 118 114 116 126

128 120
Large ditto,
114 115 110 112 114

119 114
Crushed Lumps,

67 66 67 70

72 MOLASSES, British, cwt.

45
11 6

45

0 7 67 COFFEE, Jamaica

ewt.
Ord. good, and fine ord. 144 156 142 154 146

155 144

118 Mid. good, and fine mid. 158 172 156

170 157

168 158 161 Dutch, Triage and very ord. 134 116

134 146 120 135 Ord. good, and fine ord. 148 156

143 156 148

156

0 0 73 Mid. good, and fine mid. 158 172

158
168 165

170
St Domingo,
154 158

155
158 158

161
PIMENTO (in Bond) lb.

1110 11
113

11 11
SPIRITS,
Jam. Rum, 16 0. P. gall. 3s 8d 3s 100 38 9d 3s 100 3s 6d As Od 3s 8d 38 9

08 17 Brandy, 9 0 10 0

8 2 8 6 B.S. 0 17 038 Geneva,

3 5
37

3 900 (F.S. 017 1112
Grain Whisky,
7 6 80

14 6 0 0 WINES,

B.S. 143 18 0
Claret, 1st Growths, hhd. 50

54
£50 £55 Os. F.S.) 148 4

6
Portugal Red,
pipe. 48

46 52 10 Spanish White, butt. 34 55

31 38 0

B.S. 195 11 O Teneriffe, pipe. 30 35

28 34 0 F.S. 98 16 0 Madeira, 60 70

(B.S. 96 13 0

(F.S.) 99 16 6 LOGWOOD, Jam. ton, £90

8 15 90 8 10 8 15 8 15 9 0
Honduras,

99
8 8 9 0 8 15 9 0 90 0 0

09.17 Campeachy,

10

10 0 10 10 9 10 10 0 9 15 10 0
FUSTIC, Jamaica,
11

10 0 11 10 11 12 0 0
Cuba,
11
14

1
0 15 0 13 10 15 0

4 67 INDIGO, Caraccas fine, lb. 98 6d lls 6d 8 6 96

11 11 6

0

0 43 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot. 2 2 2 3

2 7 2 9

2 4.4 Ditto Oak, 4 5 4 6

05 63 Christiansand (dut. paid) 22 94 Honduras Mahogany 14 1 8 0 10 18 1 3 1 4 1s 210 ls 10

16 0 St Domingo, ditto

1 2 3 0 1 9 2 3

191 2 2

8 14 2 brl.

15 TAR, American,

1 1 (B.S.

0 17 15 0 20

F.S.)

1 9 11 Archangel,

23
6 18 0 20

8 PITCH, Foreign,

6

12 cwt. 10

B.S. 1 11

(F..) 1 10 1 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Cand. 85

80
82

87
88 6 89

0 3 2 Home Melted,

83
80

72 74
HEMP, Riga Rhine,

ton. 48
49 50
51
£50

B.S.09
Petersburgh Clean, 47 48 50

51 48
50 49

(F.s.) 0 10 0
FLAX,
Riga Thies. & Druj. Rak. 76

77

80 82 60

0 Dutch,

0 43 120

B.S.
80

81
El
Irish,

0

F.S. 07% 103. 105 MATS, Archangel,

115

110

1 5 9 JBS.

E.S. 1 4 11: BRISTLES,

B.S.) 0 36% Petersburgh Firsts, ewt. 15 0 16 0

14

15 F.S. 0 3 113 50 ASHES, Peters. Pearl,

0

52 52

B.S.

4 67

(FS. 06 Montreal ditto, 58 60 56 58 57

62 63 52

0 1 7 54 50 52 50

54

51 OIL, Whale,

tun, 49

38
42

15
80 (p. brl.)

40

45 TOBACCO, Virgin. fine, Ib. 11

12114

12 09 0 11 Is la ls 2a
Middling,

10
10493 10+ 0 7 0 8 10 11

0 3 10 Inferior,

9
10 9
9507

9

92 COTTONS, Bowed Georg.

19 1 10 1 73 1 92 Sea Island, fine,

3 10 4 0 3 5

3 7 good,

3 6 39

3 3 3 4 middling,

3 3 3 5 2 0 26 8 110 | B.S. 0 8 7 Demerara and Berbice,

0

1 10 2 3 111 2 2 F.S. 0 17 West India,

8 2 0 19 1 10 17 111 Pemambuco,

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Weekly Price of Stocks, from 4th to 25th August 1818.

4th.

11th. 18th,

25th.

781

771 97

763 761 961

953

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Bank stock,

275
275

2734 272! 3 per cent. reduced...

78

76 3 per cent. consols,

774

75 4 per cent. consols,

97] 5 per cent. navy ann....

106) 106 1051 105 Imperial 3 per cent. ann. India stock, bonds,

92
94 85 87

86 Exchequer bills...aa..

19
19

19 Consols for acc.

774

761 751 American 3 per cent.

new loan, 6 per cent.. French 5 per cents. cocamano

179 £. 70 cts. Course of Exchange, Sept. 8. Amsterdam, 37:10 B. 2 Us. Antwerp, 11:16. Ex. Hamburgh, 35: 1. 2] Us. Frankfort 1444. Ex. Paris 25:10. 2 Us. Bordeaux, 25: 10. Madrid, 384 effect. Cadiz, 384 effect. Gibraltar, 34. Leghorn, 501. Genoa, 46. Malta, 50. Naples, 521. Palermo, 129 per oz. Rio Janeiro, 67. Oporto, 58. Dublin, 10. Cork, 10. Agio of the Bank of Holland, 2.

Prices of Gold and Silver, per oz.-Portugal gold, in coin, £– Foreign gold, in bars, £-New doubloons, £4. New Dollars, -. -. Silver, in bars, 5s. 44d.

ALPHABETICAL List of Scotch BANKRUPTCIES, announced between the 1st and

31st August 1818, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette. Chalmers, David & Co. linen and woollen-drapers

DIVIDENDS. in Lockerbie, and David Chalmers, the principal partner of that Company

Donaldson, George, draper in Edinburgh; by W Fergus & Kidston, wholesale grocers in Glasgow, Scott, accountant, Edinburgh

and George Fergus and Thomas Kidston, the in- Donald, William, merchant, Greenock; by the dividual partners of said Company)

Trustee93d Sept. Gardner, J. & J. mathematical instrument-makers Mitchell, Alex, farmer and cattle-dealer in Fiddes.

in Glasgow, and John Gardner, senior, and John beg of Foveran ; by David Hutcheson, advocate, Gardner, Junior, the partners thereof as indivi- Aberdeen duals

Miller, James, merchant, Glasgow; by Robert AitMitchell, John, merchant in Glasgow

ken, merchant there Miller, Alex. & Co. merchants, si Andrew Street, Sim, Walter, & Co. grain-merchants, Aberdeen,

and Kirkgate, Leith, and Alex, Miller and James and Walter Sim, brewer and grain merchant Borthwick, the individual partners of that Com- there; by John Duguid Milne, advocate there pany

Tailor, John, late merchant, Arbroath; by John Scandret, James, painter and glazier in Peterhead Airth, merchant, Arbroath-10th Sept. Wilson, John, senior, grocer in Glasgow

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Tuesday, September 1. Beef (17) oz. per lb.) Os. 7d. to Os. 8d. Quartern Loaf Os. 11d. to Os. Od Mutton

Os. 7d. to Os. 8d. Potatoes (28 lb.) Os. 10d. to Os. Od. Lamb, per quarter

28. 6d. to 4s. 6d. Butter, per lb. ls.. 8d. to Os. Od. Veal

Os. 8d. to Os. 10d. New Salt do. per st. 22. Od. to 24s. Od. Pork Os. 6d. to Os. 8d. Ditto per lb.

ls. 4d to 1s. 6d. Tallow, per stone. lls. 6d. to 12s.6d.

Eggs, per dozen ls. Od to Os. Od.

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HADDINGTON.- SEPTEMBER 4.

OLD.
Wheat.
Barley.

Oats.
Pease.

Beans. Ist,...... 44s. Od. 1st....... Os. Od. Ist....... 28s. Od. 1st.......32s. Od. 1st, .....34s. Od. 2d, ......38s. Od. 2d,.. Os. Od. | 2d,......26s. Od. / 22, ...... 28s. Od. | 2d.......30s. Od. 3d, ......31s. Od. | 3d, ...... Os. Od. | 3d,...... 236. Od. 30, ......255. Od. 1 3d,...... 275. Od

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Barley.
Oats.
Pease.

Beans.
1st,......44s. Od. 1st,......41s. Od. 1st,......275. Od. 1st....... Os. Od. 1st,...... Os. Od.
2d......42s. Od. 2d, ......37s. Od. 2d, ...... 24s. Od. 2d, ...... Os. Od. | 2d,...... Os. Od.
3d, .....38s. Od. 3d, ......31s. Od. 3d, ......21s. Od. 3d,...... Os. Od. 3d, .. Os. Od.

Average price, £1:19:9:7-12ths.
Note.—The boll of wheat, beans, and pease, is about 4 per cent. more than half a quarter,

or 4 Winchester bushels ; that of barley and oats nearly 6 Winchester bushels.
London, Corn Exchange, Sept. 4.

Liverpool, Sept. 5.
Wheat,

8. d.

s. d.

s. d.

Rice, p:cwt. to Foreign Wheat, 60 to 70 White Pease . 68 to 76

11 0 to 12 6 Flour, English, English

80 to 88 Fine .... 72 to 74 Boilers ...

-New ... 12 0 to 12 6 p.280lb.fine to -Superfine . . 76 to 78 Small Beans . 70 to 86

Scotch . 10 9 to 11 6 Seconds..

to --New • 80 to 82-Tick.. 65 to 70

to

Welch ... 11 0 to 11 6-Irish English, White,

72 to 78 -Fine

64 to 74 -New New....

Irish (old). 8 6 to 10 0 American .. 46 0 to 48 O 82 to

59 0 to 41 0 -New ... 11 0 to 120-Sour. 76 to 79 Feed Oats... 26 to 30 -Fine

Dantzic • 12 0 to 12 6 Clover-seed, p. bush. -Superfine. ..82 to 84-Fine

31 to 32

Wismar .. 11 9 to 12 3 - White -toRye (new) . . 42 to 50 -Poland ... 30 to 32

to Barley (new). 40 to 50 - Fine .... 32 to 36 American . 11 0 to 11 9 - Red

Quebec 11 0 to 11 3 Oatmeal, per 240 lb. -Fine ... 18 to 54 -Potato ... 33 to 35

40 0 to 45 O

English

38 to 40 Barley, per 60 libs. -Superfine . .53 to 66 - Fine

English 7 0 to 8 6 Scotch ... 38 0 to 40 O

70 to 75 ... 66 to 80 Fine Flour,

Scotch

Irish

- to 65 to 70

... 33 0 to 38 0 -Fme.... 82 to 86-Seconds..

Irish

66 to 70 Hog Pease(new)60 to 66 Bran

17 to 18

Butter, Beef, &c. Maple ..... 66 to 68Fine Pollard . 16 to 40| Malt p. 9gls. 11 6 to 13 0

Rye, per qr.

Butter, per cwt. 8.
Foreign
42 0 to 50 O Belfast . 138 to

0
Seeds, &c.—Sept. 8.

Oats, per 45 lb.

Newry.

136 to 0 5. Eng. pota.

O to

4 6 to 5 o Drogheda s.

0 Mustard, Brwn,15 to 24 Hempseed 70 to 76| Welsh ... 4 3 to 4 7 Waterford (new) 0 to 0

O to 4 6 to 4 10 Cork, 3d

0 -White...: 7 to 17 Linseed, crush. 65 to 75 Scotch Tares .

... 12 to 17 Ryegrass....5 to 32 Foreign .. 4 0 to 4 10 -New, 2d, . • 158 to o Turnips ... 12 to 20 New Clover,

Irish

...' 4 3 to 4 10 Beef, p. tierce 85 to 95 -Red --Red,.... 28 to 150 Beans, pr qr.

60 to 63 -Yellow,

-White ... 50 to 130|| English 80 0 to 84 0 Pork, p. br). 95 to 105 Carraway

99 ...48 to 56 Coriander . . . 18 to Foreign 75 0 to 80 0 Bacon, per cwt. Canary, : ..100 to 130 New Trefoil . 14 to 63|| Pease, per quar.

-Short middles 70 to 72 Rapeseed, L46 to £52.

- Boiling · 70 0 to 78.01-Long do. ... 0 to 0 Average Prices of Corn of England and Wales, from the Returns received in the Week

ended 29th August 1818.
Wheat, 80s. Id.-Rye, 52s. 5d.-Barley, 55s. 3d.-Oats, 348.p3d.-Beans, 70s. 5d. -- Pease, 62s. 88.-

Oatmeal, 365, 8d.-Beer or Big, Os. Od.

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Average Prices of British Corn in Scotland, by the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels,

and Oatmeal, per Boll of 128 lbs. Scots Troy, or 140 lbs. Avoirdupois, of the Four

Weeks immediately preccding the 15th August 1818.
Wheat, 67s. 100.-Rye, 58s. 3d.-Barley, 44s. Od.-Oats, 30s. 11d.-Beans, 18s. 10d. —Pease, 49s. 6d.--

Oatineal, 25s. 100.-Beer or Big, 398. 9d.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

The month of August commenced with dry weather, which continued with little inter. ruption throughout. Excepting some light showers on the 1st, 7th, 10th, 17th, and 21st,

scarcely exceeding in all one tenth of an inch, there fell no rain till the 25th. On that day, and on the 27th and 28th, there fell altogether about half an inch, but the whole quantity still bears a very small proportion indeed to that of August last year. The tem. perature of the month has been uniformly elevated, the average being nearly 2} degrees above that of the corresponding month 1817. The Thermometer rose twice above 70, frequently to 66, and every day to 60. The Barometer was steady at an elevation of about 30 during the first three weeks, so steady, indeed, that on some days the elevation or depression of the mercury in the space of twelve hours, was imperceptible even in Adie's delicate Barometer. The Hygrometer was also generally high, the average being about 7 degrees above that of August last year. It will be seen from the abstract, that the mean of the maximum and minimum temperatures for the month, differs from that of 10 and 10 only by about three-tenths of a degree; and that the point of deposition, according Vol. III.

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to Anderson's formula, is only about one degree lower than the mean minimum, a quartity altogether inconsiderable, when the prevalence of dry east and north east winds is taken into the account.

56.7

ist,

7th,

MeteoROLOGICAL TABLE, extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

AUGUST 1818.
Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER. Degrees.

THERMOMETER Degres. Mean of greatest daily heat,

61.3 Maximum,

5th day,

753 .... cold, 49.1 Minimum,

7th, ::temperature, 10 A. M.

59.6 Lowest maximum, Ist, 10 P. M.

53.3

Highest minimum, 4th, ... of daily extremes,

Highest, 10 A. M. 5th, • 10 A. M. and 10 P. M. 56.4 Lowest ditto,

5u 4 daily observations,

56.6

Highest, 10 P. M. 5th, Whole range of thermometer,

471.0 Lowest ditto Mean daily ditto,

15.2 Greatest range in 24 hours, 5th, ... temperature of spring water,

57.3 Least ditto,

5lst,
BAROMETER.
Inches.
BAROMETER.

Inch Mean of 10 A. M. (temp. of mer. 61) 29.901 Highest, 10 A. M.

11th,

3029 .... 10 P. M. (temp. of mer. 61) 29.914 Lowest ditto,

28th,
both, (temp. of mer. 61)
29.907 Highest, 10 P. M.

14th, Whole range of barometer,

4.178 Lowest ditto, Mean daily ditto,

.135 Greatest range in 24 hours, 31st,
Least ditto,

30tb,
HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S.). Degrees.
Mean dryness, 10 A. M.

27.7

HYGROMETER. Deges . 10 P. M. 15.3 Highest, 10 A. M.

20th,
of both,

21.5
Lowest ditto,

4th, · point of deposition 10 A. M.

49.3 Highest, 10 P. M.

ed,
10 P. M.
46.8 Lowest ditto,

27th,
of both,
48.0 Highest P. Of D. 10 A. M. Sth.

6L Rain in inches,

.690 Lowest ditto,

25th, Evaporation in ditto,

2.305 Highest P. of d. io p. m. 5th, Mean daily Evaporation,

.074 Lowest ditto,

19th, WILSON'S HYGROMETER.

WILSON'S HYGROMETER. Mean dryness, 10 A. M.

31.0 Greatest dryness, 8th, 10 A. M.
10 P. M.

Least ditto, 27th, 10 P. M.
Fair days 25; rainy days 6. Wind West of meridian 16; East of meridian 15.

27th,

.

22.2

METEOROLOGICAL Table, kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hal. N. B.-The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock, forenoon, and four o'clock, site The second Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register

Thermometer.

noon.

Attach.
Barom. Ther.

Attach.
Ther. Barom.

Ther.

Ther.

Wind.

Wind.

Aug.17{

2

3

19{

Cloudy, warna

5

21 11.59

6

22

Warm,

23

24.

M.60 29.793 M.57 S.E.

Rain morn.
Aug. 1
A. 19 .893 A.59

cloudy.
M.65 .975 M.60

S.E. Clear.
A. 45 .888 4.59
M.68 .759 M.59

S. W. Ditto.
A.50 .759 A.59
M.72 .777 M.63
A.51 .766 A.68

S. W. Cloudy
M.75 .692 M.68

W.
A.57 .692A.70)

Warm, clear,
M.65 .830 M.66
A.501 877 A. 65)

N.W. Very eble.
M.63 .680 M.631
7}

N.W. Ditto.
A. 193.761A. 61 /

M.61 .85 M.05
8
A. 13)

Cble. Mild.
.789 A. 611
M.66 .798 M.641
9

Very warm,

E.
A.66 .759 A.61}

clear.
10

M.65 .801 M.G11
A. 103 .938 A. 60

Cloudy.
M.65 .998 M.63
11

E.
.998 A, 62

Warm clear
M.65 .999 M.69

E.

Ditto.
A. 465

.998 A.61
M.66 30.154 M.63

Ditto.

E.
A. 141 .203 A. 63)
M.65 29.995 M.64

E. Ditto.
A.50 .977 A. 63)
.977 M.64

E.

Ditto. 1. 18 .970 A. 61

M.58 29.887 M.60 Cloudy,

Cble,
A, 46
.888/A. 57

showers
M.59
18

.867 M.58 14. 46

N. .867 A.57 Changeable. M.65

.872 M.60
A. 45

N.W.
.865 A. 61
M.65
20

.865 M.57
A. 45 .865 A. 59

N.W. Ditto.
.830 M.60
A. 45 .830 A.59

N.W. Ditto sboats
M.59

.905 M.59 A.44

Calm. .905 A. 61

cloudy, M.59

.972M.60
A. 19 .888 A, 60

W. Cloudy.
M.60 .749 M.58
A. 491.720 A.58 }

W. Ditto.
M.59

.696 M.571
A. 45
.690 A. 57

Ditto.
M.60

.579 M.58)
A, 47 .5.9 A.59

N. Ditto-
M.62 .491 M.59
A. 49

W.
.369 A, 59

Clear.
M.60
28

,136 M.60
A. 52 .552 A.60)

W. Ditto.
M.60
29
.530 M.58

Rain fore,
A.50

W.
.114A.59 ) clear after
M.50 .378 M.591 Cloudy,
A. 15

N.W.
.666 A,56

showers.
M.60
31
.505 M.56

Clear.
Average of rain at Nelson's monument.i.

4.55 16.

.954 M.65 1. 15

Ditto.

E. .954 4.60)

W. 'A. 4531 .456 A. 60

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