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George Lillington

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Henry Worsley
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Hon. Robert Byng
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1 According to Oldmixon, Governor Kendal passed on the 17th of March 1690, an Act to release the prisoners implicated in the Monmouth insurrection, while it is generally considered that he arrived only in Commodore Wright's fleet in June 1690. There is an incongruity in the dates, which would almost lead to suppose that his arrival had taken place the year previous. A Bill which was passed in 1689 by the Assembly, "for the further accommodation of his Excellency in his intended voyage,” while Mr. Stede, being LieutenantGovernor, did not receive such a title, gives additional probability to this supposition.

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Sir James Leith, K.B.

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John Braithwaite Skeete
Samuel Hinds
Sir Henry Warde, K.C.B.
John Braithwaite Skeete
Sir Henry Warde, K.C.B.
John Braithwaite Skeete
Sir James Lyon, K.C.B.
John Braithwaite Skeete
Sir James Lyon, K.C.B.
John Braithwaite Skeete
Sir James Lyon, K.C.B.
John Braithwaite Skeete
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John Alleyne Beccles
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John Alleyne Beccles
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June 22nd and 23rd, 1846.

blue sky Cirrous clouds; nimbus towards N.W.

e sky.. Cirrous clouds; blue sky; sun clouded.
Well-water 77°-8; rain towards N.E.;

blue sky.

Overcast with cirro-cum.; drizzling rain towards the hills to the
Cirro-cum.; blue sky.
[N.; blue sky.

Well-water 78°; showery; blue sky.
Cirro-strati towards E.; cirr.-cum. towards S.W.;
Cirro-strati towards E.; cirr.-cum. towards S.W.;
Cirr.-cum. towards W.; cirr.-str. towards E.
Cirr.-cum.; blue sky.
Cirr.-cum.; sea-horizon hazy.
Cirr.-cum.; blue sky.

blue sky; cirro-cum. and cumuli towards N.E.; sunshine.
Partly overcast; blue sky; drizzling; no sunshine.
Cirro-cum.; no sun shine.

blue sky; therm. in the sun 98°.
blue sky; therm. in the sun 94°.
Cirri- and cirro-cum.; blue sky.
Therm. in the sun 94°; blue sky.

bl. sky; sunshine. bl. sky; sunshine.

Shower descending towards N.; blue sky; therm. in the sun 97°. blue sky, otherwise as above.

Squall approaching from the E.; hazy towards S.; zenith clear;
therm. in the sun 100°; blue sky.

Eastern hemisphere almost clear; blue sky; sea-horizon hazy.
Thick black cumulus towards S.W.; therm. in the sun 90°.
Cirro-strati; therm. in the sun 84°; well-water 77°; air in shade
80°.5.

blue sky.

Heavy cumuli towards horizon all around.
Almost cloudless;
Fine starlight.

blue sky.

Fine starlight.

Eastern hem. clear; bright starlight; western hem. partially clouded.
At 9h 37 a brilliant meteor, larger than Sirius, from E. to W.
Stars dim; scud flying.
[along the constellation Libra.

Partially clouded.
Partially clouded; only a few stars visible towards N.

A few stars visible to the N., otherwise quite overcast.
A shower.

Clouded.

Clouded towards N. and W. shortly previous a shower.

Clouded towards E. and S.; a few stars.

A few cirro-cumuli; stars bright.

Eastern hemisph. nearly clear; clouded to the N. and S.; morn-
ing clouds rising.

Day breaking towards N.; scud flying.
Sky covered with haze.

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Projection of the Half-hourly Observations of the Barometer and Thermometer during Term-days in Decem

Height of Grand View 170 feet above the sea.

Note. The barometric curves have been projected from the observations as read from the instrument, without applying any correction for temperature.

Mean Solar Time.

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