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Fahrenheit Thermometer Date. in the Shade.

Winds and Weather.
8 A. M. 12 M. 18 P. M.
1843,
June 1,

59 5i Is. W.; strong breezes and pleasant.
2, 52 59 50 S.; mild and pleasant.
3,

54 s. W.; light winds and pleasant.
4,

58 S. E ; light breezes and cloudy. 5,

62 N. N. E.; cloudy. 6, 60

60 N. N. E. and rain. 7, 60

60 55

52 S. W. and pleasant. 9, 55

55 N. W. and rain. 10, 55

55 s. W.; pleasant, ends squally. 11, 46

50
12, 49 52 50

W.; strong breeze, and clear.
13, 46 50 46
14 46
46

ends squally.
15, 50 55 50 W. and squally.
16, 50 55 48
17, 50 55 55 N. E. and clear.
18, 60

50

E.; a gale and clear.
19, 50

47 S. W.; "
20, 47 53 50 S. W. and clear.
21, 45 50 47 S. W. and pleasant; ends calm.

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60 S E. to N. E.; yariable, lightning, calms, and 23, 53

60 N. W.; heavy squalls of rain. 24, 51

61

W. and clear; ends N. E. and rain.
25, 60

60 E. and rain ; S. and clear.
26, 55 62 60 S. W. and clear.
27, 50

58
23, 55

57
29, 58 65 60 W. and heavy squalls.

30, 58 66 53 E. and light breeze. July 1, 50 69 53 S. E. and squally.

2, 54 52 54 N. W. and rain squalls.
3, 53 51 53 N. E. and rain.
4, 51

52 49 Calm ; ends S. W.
5, 50 50 52 S. W. and pleasant.
6, 46 52 47 S. and strong breezes.
7, 47 55 56 S to N. W. and rain.
8,45 60 53

W. and squally, with rain.
9, 50 52 50 Calm and pleasant.
10,

59 52 S. W. and squally.
11, 50 50 54 S. W. and fine weather.
12, 59 52 54 S. W. and clear.
13, 59 52 54
14,50 54

S. W. and squally.
15. 57 53 49 N. E. and squally.
16. 50 57 55 S. W. and clear.
17,50 63
18, 55 58 58 Calm; ends W., and rain squalls.
19, 58

50

57

49

S. W.

57 Calm; ends W. N. W. and foggy; squally. 20, 50 47 46 W. N. W. and heavy squalls of rain. 21. 44

44 W. N. W. and clear. 22, 49 54 59 E. N. E. and rain. 23, 49 57 49 s. W.; rain and squally. 24. 49 49 53 S. S. W. and very bleak. 25, 42 54 51 S. S. W. and rain. 26. 47

52 S. S. W. and cloudy. 56 58 51 Calm; ends N. W.; thunder and lightning. 52 57 52 W. and squally.

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Sept. 16,

17, 18, 19, 20, 21 22,

63

29

30, Oct. 1,

2, 3, 4, 5, 6,

57 57 51 47 51 52 54 60 61 59 55 56 55 59 57 54 54 53 54 53 53 59 57 58 59 59 58 60 61 58 55 54 55 52 56 50 50 56 62 56

66 54 57 55 57 55 54 62 67 59 61 61 67 62 67 64 59 50 53

57 N. W.; strong breezes and fine weather.
53 W.; strong breezes and squally.
51 S. W.; clear and fine weather.
62 S. E. ; light airs and clear.
52 S. S. E.; strong breezes and clear.
59 S.; light airs and cloudy.

N; light airs and cloudy.
59 N. W.; strong breezes and squalls of rain.
58 N. N. W.; strong breezes and squally.
55 W. by N. and light airs.
47 N. W.; strong breezes and rain.
58 S. S. W.; squally, with rain.
57 S. S. W.; fine breezes, with rain.
59 S. S. W. and clear.
54
49 S. W.; squally, attended with rain.
50 S. W.; heavy squalls, attended with rain.
50 Heavy squalls of rain from W.S W.
59 N. W. to S. W. and passing clouds.
53 Heavy rain from S. É.
58 E.; a gale, with heavy rain.
56 E. and clear; ends passing clouds.
57 E.; strong breezes and squally,
59 E. N. E.; strong breezes and rain.
59 Strong gales from E.
54

E. and squally.
59 E. N. E.; strong breezes with rain.
60

E. S. E.;
53 N. E. to N. W. and cloudy.
59 N. W.; squalls of rain.
54
50 Winds variable; heavy squalls of hail and rain.
55 W. and rain squalls.
53

W. and squally, with rain.
58
53 W.; fine breezes and clear.
56 S. E. ; squally; hail, thunder and lightning.

W. S. W.; clear; ends cloudy.
58 N. N. W.; strong gales and cloudy.
58 S. W.; strong breezes and clear.

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Fahrenheit Thermometer Date. in the Shade.

Winds and Weather. 8 A. M. 12 M. 8 P. M. 1843, Oct. 26, 58

57

S. E.; strong breezes and clear.
27, 5:3 53 54
28, 56

57 S. E. and clear sky.
29,

57 57 59 N. W. and strong gales. 30, 59 59 57

W. and cloudy. 31,

58 58 57 N. to W.; heavy squalls of rain. Nov. 1,

55 55 57 W.; strong gales and squally.
2, 55 55 50 S. W.; heavy squalls.
3, 57 57 57 S. S. W. to W.; a gale.
4,

59 59
5

62 S. W. to N. W.; strong breezes. 6

60 S. W. to S.; most unusual weather for the season. 7

67 N. W. and cloudy: unusual weather for the sea8 60 S. W. to N. W.; hard gales.

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59 N. N. W. and clear. 10, 62

56 W. by N. to S. W.; rain. 11, 62

56 S. W.; clear and fine. 12, 60

N. W. and heavy squalls. 13, 60 60

S. W. and heavy squalls.
14, 56 56

W. N. W.; strong breezes.
15,1 58
58

W.N. W. and squally.
16, 59 59

W. N. W. and cloudy.
17,
61 61

W. and passing clouds.
18, 56 56 59 S. W.; most perfect day.
19,
57

58 S. W.; fine and clear.
20, 54

58

W.; clear. 21, 55

59

E. and squally. 22, 56

58 23, 54

59 W. and clear. 24, 58

58 S. W. and clear.
25, 66

78 N. E.; fine breezes and pleasant.
26, 60
27,

66 60
28,

60 N. E. and rain. 29,

66 60 N. W. to S. W. and light airs. 30, 60 65 58

S. W. to N. W. and strong breezes. Dec. 1 58 62 54

N. and cloudy ; latter part W. S. W. and clear. 57 64 57

S. S. W.; strong breezes and pleasant. 3,

64 57

75 60 N. E. and pleasant. 59 75

S; fine breezes and pleasant. 59 73

N. E. and pleasant. 64 72

N. W. and cloudy. 73

N. E. by E. and passing scud.

E.; light breezes and cloudy.
10. 67
11 64

E. S. E.; light breezes; ends in strong gales. 12,

S. E.; light breezes.
13,
65 70 02

E. to E. S. E. ; passing squalls of rain.
14,

65 70 15,

65 82 68 N. E. to E. S E.; light breezes and rain.

68 82 66 N. E. to S. E.; light airs and cloudy.
17,

84 68 S.; light breeze; N. E. and pleasant.
18, 62 78 60 s. W.; fine breeze and pleasant.
19, 55 85

60 Light easterly winds and very pleasant.
20. 60 80 60 S. W.; fine breezes and pleasant.
21. 60 69 60 8. W.; strong gales and passing clouds.

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Fahrenheit Thermometer
Date.
in the Shade.

Winds and Weather.
SA. M. 12 M. P. M.
1813,
Dec. 22. 62

62 49 S. W. and strong gales.
23, 59 73 59 S. W. and pleasant.
24,

73 63 S. W.; strong breezes; in the bay, N. and pleasant. 25, 65 70

N. W.; light breezes and pleasant. 26,

70 65 W.; strong breezes and cloudy.
27

73 62 N.; light breezes.
28,
80

S. W.; light breezes and pleasant.
29, 66 89 68

67 87 68 S. E. and light airs.
31, 70 86 73 S. E. to N. E. and pleasant.
1844,
Jan. 1, 72 85 78 N. E. and pleasant.

2, 72 80 70 S. W.; strong breezes and pleasant.
3, 71 75 70
4, 67 71 65 W.; light airs and pleasant.
5, 66

62 N. E.; light breeze and cloudy.
6, 70

65
7,63 79 70 N. E.; fine breeze.

63 79 66 N. E. ; fine breeze and pleasant.

C3 84 66 10, 63

66
11, 64 78

N. to N. N. E.
12, 65 77 79 S. E. and pleasant.
13,

82 70 N. E.; fine breezes and pleasant.

75 65 S. E.; strong breezes and cloudy.
67 73 68

68 775 68 S. E. ; light breezes and cloudy.
17, 70 79 68 S.; light breezes and pleasant.
18,
66

80 S.; light breezes and cloudy.
19, 70 78 70 E.; light breezes and rain.
20,

71 87 74 S. E. and pleasant.
21, 75 85 72 N. E.; light breeze and pleasant.
22, 71 63 65 N. N. W.; rain and squally.
23. 70

70 S.; fine breeze and pleasant.
24, 71 79 70 N.; light airs and pleasant.
25, 71

68 N. E.; light airs and rain. 26, 70

70 S. E.; light airs and pleasant. 27

70 N. E. to E.; light airs and pleasant.

70 E.; fine breezes and pleasant. 29,

70 N. W.; strong breezes and cloudy. 30,

72 N. E. to S. E.; light breezes and pleasant.

76 68 S E.; strong breezes and pleasant. Feb. 1,

69 63 N. E.
2, 63 74 68 N E.; fine breezes and cloudy.
3, 62 80 68 N. E.; strong breezes and rain.

62 77 68 S. S. E. to E.; with rain.
5, 69 76 69 N. E.; strong breezes.
6, 64 69 64 N. E ; strong breezes, attended with rain.

72 69 S. S. E. to E., attended with rain.
8, 69 76

E. ; light breezes and cloudy. 9, 69 76

N. E.; foggy and rain. 10, 69 76 68 N E to S. E. and rain.

14, 15, 16,

23,

31,

“ March, April, and May are the Autumn months ; June, July, and August, the Winter ; September, October, and November, the Spring; December, January, and February, the Summer. The Spring months were unusually cold and tempestuous.”

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The Vice-President read a letter from M. Leverrier, in acknowledgment of Mr. Bond's observations upon the new planet; and also one from Professor Liebig, giving an account of his recent researches upon the composition of flesh.

A communication from Professor Daubeny was read, conveying an invitation to the meeting of the British Association for the Promotion of Science, to be held at Oxford, on the 23d of June.

The Treasurer's report, accompanied by the Auditor's certificate, was received and read.

Professor Edward Robinson, of New York, and Professor Charles C. Jewett, of Brown University, were elected Corresponding Members of the Academy.

Professor Eben N. Horsford, of Cambridge, Horace Gray, Esq., of Boston, and John C. Lee, Esq., of Salem, were elected Fellows.

The American Antiquarian Society was invited to use the Academy's room for such of its meetings as are held in Boston.

At the annual election, the following gentlemen were chosen officers for the ensuing year, namely:

JACOB BIGELOW, M. D., .. President.
Hon. EDWARD EVERETT, Vice-President.
ASA Gray,

Corresponding Secretary.
OLIVER W. HOLMES, M. D., Recording Secretary.
J. INGERSOLL BowdITCH, Treasurer.
A. A. GOULD, M. D., . . . . Librarian and Cabinet-Keeper.

The standing committees were appointed by the chair, as follows:

Rumford Committee.
DANIEL TREADWELL,

BENJAMIN PEIRCE,
JOHN WARE, M. D., James HAYWARD,

Francis C. LOWELL.

Committee of Publications.
ASA GRAY, FRANCIS Bowen,

Wm. C. BOND.
Committee on the Library.
A. A. GOULD, D. H. STORER,

BENJAMIN PEIRCE.

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