| 1869
...(City) Dublin (City and some suburbs) Total of 14 large Towns . Vienna (City) . 560000 At the Koyal **Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was** 29'894 in. The barometrical reading decreased from 30"34 in. at the beginning of the week to 29"47... | |
| Charles Dickens - 1852
...only 39 of the young died in the previous week of these diseases, they carried off 63 in the last. **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was** 29 845 in. The 'mean temperature of the week was 70-9 degrees, which is 11 degrees higher than that... | |
| 1855
...registered in London. In the ten corresponding weeks of the years 1845-54 the average number was 1,422. **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was** 30-009 in. The mean reading of Friday was 30-310 in. The mean temperature of the week was 5E-7 deg.,... | |
| Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1853
...High Beach to witness this novel and interesting phenomenon. — Tima. Meteorological Observation. — **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was** 29760 in. The mean temperature of the week was 45'3°, which is o'-6° below the average of the same... | |
| 1853
...In the eight corresponding weeks of the years 1845—52 the average number was 1253. Meteorology.— **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the** last week was 29-883 in. The reading of the barometer decreased from SO'll in. at the beginningof the'wcek... | |
| J. H. Blunt - 1862 - 119 páginas
...72 hours' illness. Diarrhcea shows a slight increase on previous weeks ; the deaths from it were 29. **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was** 30-008 inches. The highest reading occurred on Saturday, the 29th ultimo, and was 30'15 inches. The... | |
| Alfred John Pearce (astrologer.) - 1864
...Observer, July 1864. NOTE TO CHAP. VI. STH PERIOD. — Sun 90° from Saturn, July 3rd, 1 864 : — " **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week,"** ending July 9th, 1864, "was 29'881 in. On Sunday," the 3rd inst. " the reading was 29'47 in., and rose... | |
| 1866
...and METEOROLOGY during the Week ending Saturday, January 20, 1866, in the following large Towns : — **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was** 29-740 in. The barometric presmire fell to 29-53 in. on Tuesday, rose to 30 09 in. on Wednesday, and... | |
| 1867
...in Salford, 23 in Sheffield, 28 in Leeds, 20 in Hull, 34 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and 29 in Glasgow. **At the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer in the week was** 30'lllin. The mean temperature of the air in the week was 41'3 deg., which is 2-0 deg. above the average... | |
| 1867
...0-И; 11 o-oo; .. O-Oli 1 000 .. o'-25 25 o-oo '.'. o-oo1 .. 0-09 9 o-oo .. 0-05, 6 I Jan. 12. At tho **Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the mean height of the barometer In the week was** 29*586 in. The barometrical reading decreased from 29-79 In. on Monday to 29 32 In. on Thursday. The... | |
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