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Gazette—Jan. 26 to Feb. 19.

Allsup, C. High Holborn, hatter. St. Swithin's-lane. T. Banting, J. Cumberland-street, Marylebone, carpenter... [Williams, Gray’s-inn. T. Bond, W. Houndsditch, wafer-manufacturer. [Knight, Basinghall-street. T Burgie, J. Mark-lane, carpenter. [Leigh, Charlotte-street, Mansion-house. T. Camp, J. Broad-street, Wapping, victualler. [Hall, Great James-street, Bedford-row. T. Coldman, J. New Kent-road, carpenter. [Mevmott, Great Surrey-street, Blackfriar's-road. T. Dye, R. Peckham, wheelwright. [Dixon, St. Świthinos.ian."r. Edmonds, E. Newport, Monmouth, draper. [Pearson, Pump-court, Temple... C. Green, C. Leather-lane, Holborn, victualler. [Vandercom, Bush-lane, Cannon-street. T. Knibbs, J. H. Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurancebroker. [Pasmore, Waruford-court, Throgmorton-street. T. Lidbetter, T. Southwick, Sussex, corn-merchant. Gregson, Angel court, Throgmorton-street, C. Lisley, N. Leeds, linen-manufacturer. [Holme, New-inn. C. Niblett, F. St. Mary Axe, milliner. [Warrand, Mark-lane. T. Passmore, J. Farnham, Surrey, linen-draper. [Holme, New-inn. T. ' Polley, W. Newington-workhouse, Surrey, contractor for the rope-manufacturers. [Orme, 3, Church-row, Stepney. T. Bidgway, R. B. H. Charles-street. St. James's, wine-merchant. [Allen, 45, Commercial Salerooms, Mincing-lane. T. Sampson, D. W. Guiltspur-street, tea-dealer. [Gellibrand, Austin-fliars. T. Smith, A. King-street, Cheapside, Scotch-factor. [Batsford, 3, Horslevdown-lane, Southwark. T. Tanton, W. Prince Edward's island, North America, merchant. [Raine, Temple. C. "hoodson, C. Peans, ourham, cattle-jobber, {{e1, 9, Bow Churchyard, C,


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Wasbrough, M. Camberwell, Surrey, stationer.
[Abraham, Jewry-street, Aldgate. T.
Weetch, S. George-street, Commercial road, Rat-
cliff, linen-draper. [Swain, Frederick's-place,
Old Jewry. T.
White, J. Great Winchester-street, Stationer.
..[Aspinall. Furnival's-inn., T.
Williams, W. Langbourn-chambers, Fenchurch-
street, merchant. [Birkett, Cloak-lane. T
Jan. 29.-Aspell, J. Manchester, check-manufac-
turer. [Hurd, Temple. C.
Bowring, J.G._Fenchurch-buildings, broker.
[Kearsey, 116, Bishopsgate-street. T.
Butcher, J. Alphamstone, Essex. maltster. [Da-
niell, King's Arms-yard, Coleman-street. {
Cave, W. J. West Smithfield, copper-smith.
[Thomas, Fen-court, Fenchurch-street. T.
Dent, A. Size-lane, merchant. [Kearsey, 116,
Bishopsgate-street. T.
Green, W.jun, Exmouth-street, Clerkenwell, iron-
monger... [Jones, Mincing-lane. T.
Halliley, R. Lumby, York, dealer. [Wiglesworth,
Gray's-inn-square. C.
Hampson, R. and T. Ham

on, Liverpool, cornmerchants. [Perkins, y

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un. C. Howard, J. Norwich, butcher. [Taylor, FeatherM.'"; Holborn. C. t ackie, J. Watling-street, merchant. n son, King's Arms-yard, Kolo. To linMildred, T. D. Size-lane, merchant. [Kearsey, 116, Bishopsgate-street. T. Russell, H. and K. Bruce, St. Martin's-lane, Charing-cross, caisinet-makers. LParton, Bowchurch-yard, Cheapside. T. Feb. 2.--Alderson, J. Liverpool, oil-merchant. [Lowe, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane.

(!. Baker, T. Wolverhampton, Stafford, mercer. [Williams, 9, Old Buildings, Lincoln’s-inn. C. Bromwell, J. Leadenhull-street, hatter. [Shelton, Old Bailey. T. Chinnock, R. Frome Selwood, Somerset, builder, L'eyes, 39, Chancery-laue. C.

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Wells, J. St. Michael, Southampton, grocer. [Stephenson, Lincoln’s-inn. C. Feb. 9.-Bilsborough, B. Lower Merton, Surrey, cow-keeper. [Robinson, 13, Park-street, Westminster. T. Bullock, J. Leadenhall-street, grocer. [Smith, Hatton-court, Threadneedle-street. T. Comte, H. Church-street, Bethnal-green, cabinetmaker [Clift, 13, Holborn-court, Gray’s-inn. T. Curling, W. Shadwell High-street, tailor. [Unwin, High-street, 8hadwell. T. Gray, C. Oxford-street, horse-dealer. [Hall, Coleman-street. T. Hay, S. Upper Lisson-street, St. Marylebone, carpenter, [Carlon, High-street, Marylebone. T. Holmes, R. Tottenham-court-road, linen-draper. [Hewett, 11, Tokenhouse-yard. T. Joselin, J. jun. Smith's-buildings, Southwark, rope-manufacturer. [Turner, 61, Lincoln’s-inn

fields. T. Maxwell, W. Liverpool, draper. [Blackstock, King's Benck-walk, Temple. C. Parker, J., G. Parker, J. L. Parker, and T. Roberts, Birchin lane, merchants. [Lane, Lawrence Pountney-place. T. Porter, S. London, stationer. [Wizard, Lincoln’sinn-field's. T. Pownall, J. E. Little Chelsea, money-scrivener. [Gains, Caroline-street, Bedford-square. T. Sharpe, W. Coleorton, Leicester, butcher. [Baxter, Graysian place. C. Shirley, J. Moreton in the Marsh, Gloucester, baker. [Taylor, Gray’s-inn. C. -Smith, R. Humberton, York, dealer. [Spence, 50, Threadneedle-street. C. Stevens, J. Stafford, wine-merchant. [Leigh, 2, Charlotte-row, Mansion-house. C. Swann, T. Wardour-street, Soho, eating-house keeper. [Richardson, Golden-square. ' Feb. 12.-Axford, T. Abingdon, Berks, wine-mer

chant. [Nelson, 11, Essex-street, Strand. C. o ... Wardour-strect, Soho, coal-merchant.

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Griffiths, T. Oxford-street, jeweller. [Appleby, 11, Gray’s-inn. T.

Hemming, J. Upton, Oxford, dealer. [King, Serjeant's-inn, Fleet-street. C.

Herrington, J. Fareham, Southampton, mercer. [Hicks, Bartlett's-buildings. C.

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gow. M’Culloch, R. merchant, Glasgow. Reddie, J. builder, Dunfermline. M“Kay, D. merchant, Dornoch. Jackson, M. haberdasher, Paisley. Harley, W. merchant, Glasgow. M“Nee, D. druggist, Glasgow. Anderson, J. grocer, St. Andrews, Cupar. Fife. Berry, J. merchant, Glasgow. Gray, J. cooper, Helensburgh. M'Leod, J. sun, and J. Reid, manufacturers, Glas



Jan. 20. At [. Abbey, Dorsetshire, the lady of J. Watts Russell, Esq. M.P. a son. . 22. In Upper Gower-street, the lady of J. A. F. Simpkinson, Esq. a daughter. - In Chesterfield-street, Lady Maria West, a daughter. 23. In Baker-street, Portman-square, the lady of Sir Gregory Page Turner, Bart, a son and heir. 24. At Renishaw, the seat of Sir George Sitwell, Lady Sitwell, a daughter. - In Manchester-square, the lady of the Hon. Thomas Orde Poulett. a son. 25. At Brighton, the lady of Lieut.-Col. Taylor, 10th Royal Hussars, a son. — At Boxley, Kent, the lady of the Hon. William Frazer, a daughter. 26. In Gate-street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, the lady of John Mitchell, MD, a daughter. 29. At Hythe, the lady of Lieut.-Col. Goldfinch, Royal Engineers, a son. — In Jermyn-street, the lady of Sir Frederick Baker, Bart. a son. Feb. 1. In Montague-place, at the residence of Mr. Serjeant Pell, the Hon. Mrs. Pell, a daugh

ter. 2. At Brighton, the Rt. Hon. Lady Caroline Hamilton, a daughter. 5. At Preshaw House, Hants, the Rt. Hon. Lady Mary Long, the lady of Walter Long, Esq. a daughter. 8. In Manchester-square, the lady of J. Green Wilkinson, Esq. of Bargate House, Hants, a son. 9. In Stratton-street, Piccadilly, Lady Jane Peel, a son. 10. At Puttenham, Surrey, the lady of Richard Sumner, Esq. a daughter. , 15. Upper Bedford-place, Russell-square, the lady of Henry Hoyle Oddie, Jun. Esq. a daughter. 16. At 1.indley-hall, the lady of T. Applewhaite, Esq. a son and heir. 20. In Portland-place, the lady of Sandford Gra, ham, Esq. M.P. for Ludgershall, a son.

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At Ferregles, Dumfries, the lady of Alexander Gordon, Esq. twins, (sous).

- In Ireland. At Dublin, the lady of the Hon. Francis Annesley, a daughter. At Killea House, the lady of the Hon. Richard St. Leger, a son. At Rathkeale, County of Limerick, the lady of Lieut.-Col. Dick, of the 42d Highlanders, a son and heir. At Clontart, the lady of the Hon. John Prendergast Vereker, a ton.


At Bombay, the Hon. Mrs. Buchanan, a son. At Rome, in the Palace of her Brother-in-law, the Prince of Prossedi, Donna Letitia Buonaparte Wyse, the lady of Thos. Wyse, Jun. Esq. of the Manor of St. John, Ireland, a son and heir. Two days afterwards, (Jan. 8,) the Infant was baptized by his Eminence, Cardinal Fesch, by the name of Napoleon; the Sponsors, John Talbot Esq. nephew of the Earl of Shrewsbury, and Donna Carlotta Buonaparte Gabrielli, Princess of Prossedi.


Jan. 19. At Ingleby Manor, Yorkshire,Tatton Sykes, Esq. second son of the late. Sir Christophei Sykes, Bart. of Sledmere, in the same County, to Mary Ann, second daughter of the late, and sister to the present Sir Wm. Foulis, Bart. 22. Count St. n. D'Aglie, Minister Plenipotentiary from the King of Sardinia, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Hon. Chas. Finch. 24. At Mary-le-bone Church, Robert Berkeley, Esq. only son of Robert Berkeley, Esq. of Spetcheley, Worcester, to Henrietta Sophia, eldest daughter of the late Paul Benfield, Esq. 29. At St. Martin's in the Fields, Thomas Henry Algernon Stephens, Esq. to Maria Elizabeth, se. cond daughter of the Rev. R. Brickenden, and • niece to the Earl of Cavan.

- At St. George's, Hanover-square, the Rt. Hon. ..

the Earl of Bective, to Olivia, relict of the late Edward Tuite Dalton, Esq. and daughter of Sir John Stevenson. - At Plympton, St. Mary, Erving Clarke, Esq. of Efford, to Anna Letitia, third daughter of l Treby, Esq. of Plympton. Feb. 2. The Rev. J. B. S. Carwithen. Vicar of Sandhurst, Berks, to Mrs. Augustus Faulkner, daughter of the late General Spry, of the Engi. neers. 4. At Liverpool, Thomas Shaw Brandreth, Esq. Barrister at Law, to Harriet, fourth daughter of the late Ashton Byrom, Esq. of Fair View, near Liverpool. 5. At Liverpool, Mr. Edw. Martineau, to Eleanor, fourth daughter of the late Edward Rogers, Esq. of that Town. 9. At St. Martin's in the Fields, Samuel Barlow, Jun. ...]: of Mitcham House, Surrey, to Mary Ann, only daughter of William Slark, Esq. of Clapton. - At St. Michael's, College Hill, William Boyd, Jun. Esq. of Shamrock Lodge, County of Down, Ireland, to Jane, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Christopher Magnay, Esq. the Lond Mayor. 11. By special license, by the Bishop of Norwich, the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Albemarle, to Charlotte, daughter of the late Sir Henry Hunloke, Bart. of Wingerworth, in the County of Derby. The Bride was given away by her uncle, Thomas William Coke, Esq. of Holkham, Norfolk. 12. At Addesley, in the County of Salop, by the Hon. and Rev. Henry Cust, the Hon. John Henry Knox, third son of Viscount Northland, to Lady Mabella Needham, youngest daughter of the Earl of Kilmorey. — At Chertsey, by the Rev. Wm. Corbett Wilson, Jun. AM. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Chas. Corbett Wilson, second son of the Rev. William Corbett Wilson, of Hardwick Priory, Warwickshire; to Mary, second daughter of the late Anthony Benn, Esq. of Hensingham, Cumberland. 14. At Hadleigh, the Rev. Charles B. Taylor, to Adine, second daughter of A. D. Lewis Agassiz, Esq. Finsbury-square. - By the Dean of Westininster, the Rev. Edward Murray, second son of the late Right Rev. Lord Bishop of St. David's, and nephew of the Duke of Athol, to Ruperta Catherine, only child of the late Sir George Wright, Bart. 18. At Exeter, John Tyrell, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister, and of Clonard, County of Kildare, to Mary Ann, only child of John Mückintosh, Esq. of Exeter. 19. At Burnham, Norfolk, by the Rev. W. Bolton, the Rev. Philip Ward, MA. to Horatia Nelson Nelson, the adopted daughter of the late Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson. 21. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by Special Licence, by the Rev. Charles Gore, Wm. Gore Langton, .." jun, of Burderop Park, Wilts, eldest son of Wm. Gore Langton, Esq. of New. ton Park, Somerset, to Jescinthia Powell Col. lins, only daughter of H. Powell Collins, Esq. of Hatch and Lillesdon, in the county of Somerset.

In Scotland. At Edinburgh, Charles Dundas, Esq. M.P. for the County of Berks, to Mrs. Erskine, widow of Major Erskine, of Winlau, and niece to the Earl of Lauderdale. In IRELAND, At Charles Town, in County of Louth, by the Rev. Dr. Vesey, Thos. Lecke, Esq. Barrister at Law eldest son of Ralph Lecke, Esq. of Longford Hall, Shropshire, to Anna Shaw, only daughter of the Hon. Matthew Plunket, and niece to the Rt. Hon. Lord Louth.

ABROAD. At Van Diemen's Land, by special license, Mr. Scott, Surgeon to the Royal Navy, and Resident Surgeon of that o to Lucy Margaretta Davey, only child of 'ieut. Coi. Davey, late Lieut. Governor of Van Diemen's Land. At Rome, Capt. Robt. Manners Lockwood, eldest son of Thos. Lockwood, Esq. of Dan-y-Craig in Glamorganshire, to the Rt. Hon. Lady Julia Gore, daughter of the late Earl of Arran, KP. and sister of the Marquess of Abercorn.

Jan. 20. Sophia, the wife of George Cobb, Esq. of
Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire. -

– Lately, in York-place, Clifton, Mrs. Jane Mackworth, only surviving sister of the late Sir Hubert Mackworth, Bart. of Gnoll Castle, Glamorganshire. — In St. James's square, her Grace the Duchess of St. Alban's. — At Oxford, the Rev. Frodsham Hodson, Princial of Brazen Nose College, Regius Professor of ivinity, and Canon of Christ Church. In 1796, he published “The Eternal Filiation of the Son of God, asserted on the Evidence of the Scrip, tures, &c.” 21. After a severe illness, Sir Buckworth Herne Soame, Bart. of Heydon, Essex. He is succeeded in his titles and estates by his eldest son, Colonel Peter Buckworth Herne Soame. — Hewett Cobb, Esq. of Clement’s-inn, and of Sydenham, in Kent, many years proprietor of the Brighton Theatre. 23. Mary, the lady of Wither Branston, Esq. of Oakley Hall, Hants, and youngest daughter of the late Thomas Lobb Chute, Esq. of the Vine, Hants. 24. In College-street, Westminster, James Smith Goodiff, of the House of Commons. 25. At Maidenhead, aged 77, James Payn, Esq. upwards of 50 years Recorder of that Town, and Treasurer for the county of Berks. 28. Richard Baldwin Smith, elde-t son of Richard lo, Esq. of Harborne Heath, near Birningaul. — At Kirkby-Mallory. Leicestershire, the Hon. Lady Noel, wife of Sir Ralph Noel, Bart. sister of the late Thomas Lord Viscount Wentworth, and mother-in-law to Lord Byron. 29. At Thorndon Hall, Essex, Frances Lady Petre, wife of the Rt. Hon. Lord Petre. 30. At Dawlish, in his 23d year, Henry Verney Jackson, Esq. of Jesus College, Oxford, only son of Henry Jackson, Esq. of Lower Skelly, Swansea. Feb. 1. Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Joseph Fogg, of Regent-street, after having been delivered of a son on the 18th ult. Her only daughter died on the 14th ult. — At his apartments at the Royal Naval Hospital, after a short illness, Capt. Sir Thomas Lavie, KCB, of his Majesty's ship Spencer. .2. In Howland-street, in his 75 year, Charles Binny, Fsq. formerly of Madras. — Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Charles Baldwyn, of Newgate street. 3. In Hans-place, aged 62, James Stirling, Esq. 4. Upper Berkeley-street, Portman-square, on her birth-day, Sophia Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Sir Henry Fletcher, Bart. of Ashleypark, Surrey. — In Welbeck-street, aged 84, William Adam, Esq. Architect. —At Greenwich, Mrs. Garrick, relict of George Garrick, Esq., brother to the celebrated English Roscius; and mother-in-law to Mrs. George Garrick, of the Theatre Royal, Havinarket. — At her seat, Northgate-house, Halifax, Mrs. Lister, relict of Joseph Lister, Esq. and youngest daughter of the late General Sir W. Fawcett, KB.

6 At her house, in Pall Mall, in her 78th year.
lady Bunbury, relict of Sir Thomas Charles
Bunbury, Bart.
7. At Clapton; Emanuel Muller, Esq.
8. In Pall Mall, aged 73, Thomas Wagstaffe,
of Wood Hall, Shenley Hill, Berks.
9. At his apartments in the Albany, Piccadilly,
Rear-admiral John William Spranger.
10. In his 69th year, Christopher Rawdon, Esq.
of Elm-house, hour liverpool, one of the Deputy.
* of the West Riding of the county of
ll. In Newgate-street, in iris
Baldwyn, Bookseller-
- In Caroline-street. Bedford-square, in his 60th
year. Arthur Win. Devis, Esq. an Historical and
Portrait Painter of superior talent. His both of
Lord Nelson, and other large works are weii
known to the public.
14. In Queen's Souare, Bath, James Richard, only
son of Boyd Miller, Esq. of Clapham Common.
15. At her residence, in Smith-street, Chelsea.
aged 81. Mrs. Nunn, relict of the late Capt.
Loftus Nunn, Comptroller of his Majesty's Hos-
pital, Chelsea.
17. The Rev. Thomas William Shore, Virar of
o, Devon, and brother to Lord Teign-
in out 11.
24. At his chambers, 3, Garden-court, Temple,
James Boswell, Esq. one of the Commissioners
of Bankrupts, and Editor of Mr. Malone's last
Edition of Shakspeare, lately published.
-. At his house, Stratton-street, Thomas Coutts,
Esq. Banker, aged 87, father of the Countess of
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IN 1...R.E.I.A.N.D. At Dublin, in his 79th year, Richard Nevil, Esq. of Furnace, in the county of Kildare, for many . Teller of his Majesty's Exchequer in Ire. allul. ABROAD. At Genoa, in his 31st year. Lieut. D. G. Stow, RN. eldest son of Danic! Stow, Esq. of the Post office. In Jamaica, Peter Campbell, Esq. of that Island, and of Kilmory, Argyle. At Harbadoes, Lieut.-Col. John Piper, CB. of the †: or King's Own Regt. after an illness of three aws. At Surat, in his 38th year, John Morison, Esq. Collector and Magistrate of that Zillah, which office he had filled with ability for 17 years. At onen, of a pulmonary consumption, Michael O'Brien, Esq, Surgeon, Royal Navy, late Dispenser of the Naval Hospital, Halifax, Nova Scotia.


At Watergrass-hill, Ireland, aged 113 years, Ed. mond Barry. He had been a pensioner65 years; was at the battle of Fontenoy and several others in the reign of George II. He was six feet two inches, remarkably upright, and was able to walk a mile at least every day, till within three days of his death.


The Rev. R. J. Francis, to the rectory of Charleton St. Mary. Norfolk, vacant by the death of the Rev. John Deacon; Patron, the Corporation of Norwich.-The Iwev. James lioste, M.A. to the vicarage of Empingwell, Rutlandshire. Patron, the Rev. R. Turner, Creat Yarmouth.-The liev. F. Ellis, M.A. to the rectory of Lassam, Hants; Patron. G.P.Jervoise, Esq. of Horriard-house.--'I he Rev. W. Cooke, A.M. of New College, and succemtor of Hereford Cathedral, appointed one of the Domestic Chaplains of the Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount Molesworth.--The Rev. W. Edge, B.A. to the rectory of Nedging, Suffolk, on his own petition.— The Rev. G. Becket, M.A. of Trinity College


Cambridge, son of Sir John Beckett, Dart. to the
vicarage of Gainsborough, and Prebend of Corring-
liam, vacant by the death of tue Rev. J. Fothergill.—
The Rev. J. Footit, Vicar of Upton. to the vicarage
of Bari, by, in the Willows near Newark. The Rev.
G. G. Stonestreet, J.L. B. appointed Donicstic
Chaplain to the Duke of York —The Rev. J.
Baker, MA, Spiritual Chancellor of the diocese of
Durham, to the Living of St. Mary the Less; Pa-
tron, the Lord Chancellor.
0xFORD.—The Rev. T. Lee, DI). President of
Trinity College, nominated one of the Delerates
of the Clarendon Press, vice the Rev. Dr. Hodson,
late Principal c. Brazenose. -

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THIs month has been dry and calm, and the state of the air mild for the season. Several hoar-frosts, however, appeared in the early part of the mornings, and the thermometer was under 369 on ten different mights, and three times below the freezing point. The mean temperature of the air is 1.332 higher than in last January; and rather more than 25° above the mean of January for seven years past. The mean temperature of spring-water at 8 AM. is 249 higher than in January, 1821. The aggregate of the spaces described by the rising and falling of the mercurial column is unusually small for January, and the pres-. sure of the atmosphere very great, the mean height of the barometer being nearly

Naval Academy, Gosport. Report.

†ths of an inch above that of the preceding month.

The wind having prevailed 23 days between the W. by S. and N. by E. points of the compass this month, the depth of rain, therefore, does not amount to oths of an inch, even with a pluviameter placed near the ground; and the evaporation is nearly as much again as in former Januaries.

The atmospheric and meteoric phenomena that have come within our observation this month, are 1 parhelion, 3 lunar halos, 3 meteors, 1 rainbow, and 3 gales of wind, or days on which they have prevailed, namely, 1 from SE. and 2 from NE.


January 1. After a slight shower, a sunny day, and a bright moonlight night, when Cirrostratus came up from the westward and produced a large lunar halo; a slight hoar-frost towards morning. 2. A sunny day: a double rainbow at 4 PM, the diameter of the interior bow to the outside of the colours measured 83° 50'—a very bright moonlight, followed by hoar-frost on the leeward side of the house-tops only, the unobstructed current of air to windward having been too humid for its production. 3. A.M. overcast with Cirrostratus: PM. rain, and a strong gale from SE. The marimum temperature for the last 24 hours occurred in the night. 4. Rain and sleet with the wind from NW. : PM. fine, but a hard gale from NE., and passing Cumulostratus. 5. AM. fair, with Cumuli, and a continuation of the gale: PM, a clear sky, and a rose-coloured twilight, which we have not seen for many weeks past. A faint discus, halo about 7° in diameter, and of a greenish colour, appeared around the moon in the evening, followed by a slight hoarfrost, and the dikes slightly frozen over. 6. A fine day. but a keen northerly breeze: cloudy at intervals by night, and frosty. 7. A slight shower of snow early, which is the first we have seen here this winter, followed by a cold rainy morning : PM. cloudy and fine. 8. A fair day, with a mixture of Cirrocumulus and Cirrostratus forming a mackercl-back sky : overcast after sunset. 9. A slight hoar-frost early, and a fine day, with o clouds: a blush on the twilight, followed y a clear sky and some dew by night. 10. Overcast with a veil of Cirrostratus, except about two hours in the morning, and a humid air beneath. * 11. Calm and overcast, except in the afternoon, when it was fine, and the clouds coloured at sunset. 12. Overcast with a veil of attenuated Cirrogtratus, and calm—drizzling rain about 2 hours in the evening. 13. Overcast and calm—much dew towards morning. 14. A clear sky except two or three hours in the afternoon, when Cumuli appeared. 2 middle-sized ineteors in a westerly direction in the evening.

15. Fair, with a very dry NW. breeze. (See evaporation column in the table.) 16. At 40 minutes past 8 AM. a beautifully coloured parhelion appeared on the east side of the sun in a thin watery Cirrostratus: the sky soon afterwards became overcast with Cumulostratus. 17. Light rain in the morning and afternoon: a clear sky by night, and one small meteor. 18. Sunshine. with the lighter modifications of clouds: a humid air by night, when low beds of Cirrostratus passed over. 19. Overcast in the morning with Cirrostratus, and afterwards with Cumulostratus, accompanied by light airs. 20. The sky shrouded with close Cumulostratus nearly all day; and light rain by night. 21. A fair, calm, and clear day, except about 2 hours: cloudy by night. 22. A Stratus early—calm and overcast throughout the day and night. b 23. A. the preceding, except the Stratus: rain y night. 24. Light rain and calm in the morning : PM. overcast. 25. Sunshine and Cirrus in striar, followed b Cirrorumulus, &c. and a brisk wind. The dar part of the moon, this evening was well-defined by the naked eye till she set, being of a bright copper colour. 26. A sunny day, with various modifications of clouds, and a brisk N.W. wind : a rainy night. § An overcast and calm day: drizzling rain by night. 28. AM. as the preceding: PM. a clear sky. 29. A slight hoar-frost early, and a sunny morning, with passing beds of Cirrostratus, which increased in extent, and shrouded the sky the remainder of the day and night. 30. A slight hoar-frost early, followed by a sunny morning : PM. a clear sky, calm and frosty. 31. The ground, &c. covered with rime, and both the inside and outside of the windows overspread with icy efhorescences early. A fair day. At 9 PM. a yellow discus halo appeared around the moon, surrounded by a ring § green and a ring of red, the latter being 34° in diameter, followed by light raill,

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