A journal of meteorological Observations made at Petersburgh by the Reverend Mr Thomas Consett, extracted by Dr Derham

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                                2. As I have taken notice in other places, so 
I find in these Observations a great conformity 
between the Winds, especially when strong for 
some time, and when they have been for some
time in or near the same quarter.
3. As for the weather, no good judgement could 
be made of it in the Space of five weeks, which 
is all the time in which the Observations tally.
Only I take notice that Thunder was more frequent 
at Lunden than Petersburgh during that time.
An Abstract of the meteo=
rological Observations of the 
whole year 1724 made at Lunden 
in Sweden by 
Abridged for the use of the R. S.
by Do.
Having taken notice of the Observations 
that tally tally, I proceed to the whole year’s 
Observations of Lunden.
I begin with the Barometrical Ranges, which 
will be best seen and compared by these two little 
Tables, the first of which is, in part, the curious 
Author’s: viz: the mean heights of the Mercury,
to which I have added the highest and lowest 
Ranges in each month. And because it will 
take up but little room, I have added the Author’s 
mean 
                            
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Author
Thomas Consett
Reference
RBO/18/ 18
Series
RBO
Date
1732
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A journal of meteorological Observations made at Petersburgh by the Reverend Mr Thomas Consett, extracted by Dr Derham, 1732. From The Royal Society, RBO/18/ 18

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