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4 . Abstract of the Results of the Hourly Illeteorological Observations talcen at the Surveyor General’s Qfltce, Calcutta,

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Table showing tl1e number of days on which at a given hour any particular wind blew, together with the number of days on which at the some hour, when any particular wind wus blowing, it rained.

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Abstract of the Results of the Hourly .Zl[eteorolo_gical Observations taken at the Sur've_yor Gene-ral’s Qfiice, Calcutta,

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Height of the Cistern of the Standard Barometer above the Sea-level, 18.11 Daily Means, 81.0. of the Observations and of the Hygrometricul elements dependent thereon.

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The Mean height of the Barometer, as likewise the Mean Dry and Wet Bulb

Thermometers, are derived from the twenty-four hourly Observation; made during the day.

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.All the H ygrometrical elements are computed by the Greenwich Constants.

Abstract of the Results of the Hourly .Meteorolo_qical Observations taken at the 1S'u1've_yo1' General’a Qflioe, Calcutta, in the month of June, 1862.

Hourly Means, &c. of the Observations and of the Hygrometricul elements dependent thereon.

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The Mean height of the Barometer, as likewise the Mean Dry and Wet Bulb

Tlxermometers, are derived from the Observations made at the several hours during the mouth.

Abstract of the Results of the Hourly llleteorolqqical Observations taken at the Surveyor Geue1'ul’s Ofice, Calcutta, in the month qf June, 1862.

Hourly Means, &c. of the Observations and of the Hygrometrical elements dependent thereon.—(C0ntz'nueal.)

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All the Hygrometricnl elements are computed by the Greenwich Constants.

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