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OBSERVATIONS ON THE WEATHER,
FOR OCTOBER, 1822. Vaval Academy, Gosport.
GENERAL REPORT. This month has been remarkably wet, month. The prevailing SW. winds brought windy, and overcast; the quantity of rain up a continual flow of turbid vapour from caught in the pluviameter near the ground the Atlantic Ocean, over which the atmoamounts to 64 inches in depth. With the sphere no doubt met with great perturbaexception of last December, which must be tions, for even here we had strong gales, still in the recollection of those who pay with frequent storms, from that point of any attention to meteorology, more rain the compass on five different days, and fell here this month than in any other more than two-thirds of the above quantity during the last seven years.
of rain. The time that the rain was falling is The fluctuations of the barometer are equal to ten days and nights ; but it has almost incredibly numerous ; and although rained more or less on 28 days of this the aggregate of the spaces described by the rising and falling of the mercury is not has been temperate (excepting three or four great for a very wet and windy month, yet mornings, when hoar frost appeared before the changes in the barometrical coluinn sunrise), yet not wholesome, from the geamount to 31, which are equal to a daily neral humidity and impure state of the changes
·lower stratum of air. The upper currents of air, which on se- The atmospheric and meteoric phenoAveral days passed over us at right angles mena that have come within our observa. with the lower winds, produced much sheet tion this month, are one anthelion, one lightning from the passing clouds in the solar and three lunar halos, sixteen me
evenings, which sometimes had a pretty teors, five solar and two perfect lunar effect in the bright moonlight. The mean rainbows, lightning in the evenings of the temperatures of the air and spring water 3rd, 4th, 6th, 12th, 19th, and 20th, and
are now nearly similar, and about two- 10 gales of wind, or days on which they thirds of a degree higher than in October have prevailed, namely, 1 from NW. 2 1821. In consequence of the prevailing from N. 2 from SE. and 5 from sw. vapour and warm winds, the present month
DAILY REMARKS. October 1. Calm and overcast with Cirrostratus sun's rays are withdrawn from our view. A cica in the day : light rain by night.
sky by night, followed by hoar frost. 2. AM. as the preceding, and two winds, the 15. Foggy early, succeeded by a rainy day and upper one from SW.: PM. rain at intervals. night, and variable winds.
3. AM. foguy and overcast, and some light rain : 16. Rainy and overcast; and windy by night. PM. two winds at right angles, and fine, except .. 17. A gale from the North, with lox scud tin
about two hours in the evening, when large and midnight, when it cleared up. "Tofts Cirrocumuli sprang up arouud the horizon, 18. Hoar frost early, succeeded by a sunny day, and disebarged their electrical contents-the lights with light variable winds: rain by night, when the ning passed off to the NE.
maximum of temperature of the air for the last 24 4. A very heavy dew early, and foggy most of hours occurred, being the first time this autumn. *the morning, succeeded Cirrostrati, which 19. A wet day and night, with but little inter. swept the earth in their passage: sunshine early mission, and a gale from SW. in which quarter sein the afternoon, when an Anthelion was observed veral Nashes of lightning were seen between 7 and in a dense Cumulostratus cloud about N.by E. E. 8 o'clock. A rainbow at mid-day. opposite to, and of the same altitude as the sun': 20. A continuation of the gale, and a very stormy PM. light rain at intervals, two winds, and much day: lightnio, from the passing clouds in the lightning froin the passing clouds in the evening. evening, and some showers in the vight.
5. AM. fine : PM. heavy rain, with a South West 21. Sunshine and showers at intervals, and two Wind.
rainbows. A perfect Lunar Iris appeared here to 6. Sunshine and a brisk westerly gale in the the NE. in a black passing rain-fruught cloud, at morning : PM. overcast with Cirrostratus, beneath five minutes before 7 o'clock, PM.; its diameter which low and black thunder clouds passed from along the earth's surface measured 81° 34', and its sw., and discharged a few fashes of lightning in apex was upwards of 26 above the horizon, while the evening, followed by rain. About 3 o'clock, the moon's altitude was only 74°, and her distance PM. a faint rainbow appeared, nearly half of it westward of the meridian 200; the moon not towards the North was not painted on any visible having come to her first quarter, and her light concloud, yet the prismatic colours in that part (a sequently faint, no prismatic colonrs were obJight blue sky) were perfect, though faint, com. served in this iris. Showers in the night, with pared with the other part of the bow in the passed broad sheets of lightning; one of the flashes was off Nimbus, the sun at the same time shiping in a near, had a bluish tinge, and smelt very sul. clear space.
phureous: besides these phenomena, two meteors 7. Overcast nearly all day: rain and a gale from were seen between the showers. 'SW. by night.
22. Fair, with Cumuli in the day, and patches of 8. A stormy morning, and a continuation of the Cirrostratus, with much dew in the night. From gale: PM. fine, and inostly a clear sky--3 meteors 10 till 12 o'clock PM. a low arc of light appeared in the evening, one of which at 11 o'clock passed about 160 on each side of the magnetic North; over in a Nw.direction, and in its descent exhi. during which time six meteors felt nearly perpen. bited nearly the same colours and appearance as a dicularly in that quarter-this light my have been sky-rocket.
a faint appearance of the Aurora Borcalis. 9. AM. sunshine, and low passing beds of Cir. 23. Overcast an: windy in the day : heavy rain Tostratus : PM. rain.
and a gale from SE. by night. 10. A fine morning: showery and windy in the 24. A continuation of the gale, with rain most afternoon; and a clear sky and 2 meteors by night. of the day and night.
11. A slight hoar frost before suprise, followed 25. A fine day, with Cumuli, and the lighter mo. by a fine day, with the exception of a light shower difications of clouds: a dewy night. at noon : overcast by night.
26. Sunshine and a huuid air : beavy rain in 12. Fair, with the lighter modifications, and pre. the afternoon and erening. At 7 hours PM. a per. railing Cirrocumuli, with two winds, the upper fect Lunar Iris appeared to the northward in a one from sw.-the crossing of these winds pro. passing Nimbus-the moon's altitude being upduced lightning from the passing clouds for 3 wards of 30°. the diameter of the iris was small, hours in the evening: rain at intervals in the and its apex low. niglit.
27. A fine sunny day, except a few drops of rain 13. Rain throughout the day, and a gale from at 3 hours PM., when a perfect rainbow appeared sw., then from NW.-the barometer sank during with vivid colours to the NE.: a very white moon, the former gale, and rose rapidly with the latter : light, and occasional appearances of light and a cloudy night, and one bright meteor to the south- lofty Cumuli, which is not common after sunset. ward.
28. As the preceding day Dearly, with the addr14. Fair, with a cold northerly gale-immediately tion of a solar halo, and nearly opposite winds : after sunset a condensation of the atmospheric air overcast and rain by night: when the maximum in the rooms without fire commenced, and in temperature of the air for the last 24 hours oc. creased with the cold, and by 9 o'clock PM. the curred. streams of water ran copiously down the inside 29. Overcast and light variable winds by day : of the windows: this appears to arisc from the cloudy by night, and some light rain. cold current without rushing in upon the con. 30. AM. foggy and overcast : light rain in the fined and warmer air in the rooms, when dew is afternoon—a fine moonlight, a lanar halo, and evidently formed on the glass windows (as being much dew. colder and more transparent thau any other part) 31. AM. fair : PM. overcast-thunder clouds in the same manner-ås la the open air after the about in the night, and a little light rain.
Kept at the Observatory of the Naval Academy, Gosport. The units under “ Clouds” represent the days on which each modification of cloud has appeared.
Rain in Inches, &c.
Phases of the Moon. WEIT avait cero Days of the Month.
129-8029-7529-775 61 | 56 60
29.80 29.70 29.750 61 48 54.5 (29:78 29-30 29:6-10 61 55 53 29.58 29:69 29.780 62 52 57
29-8129-7629-785 67 49 58
29 89 2085 2087054 47 50-5 D 29:74 29:50 29 620 6:3 55 57:5
29.44 29:10 29 120 102 52 57
31 0.12) .010
*015 38 620
270 • 40.160
090 .25 -070
170 •10) 0-15
NE to E
•110 030 *015
30-27 29 35 29.749 |69 37 55.19175.2 65.6 778
19/16/2 2 15 15 28 2:59|6-750) The observations in each line of this Table, under Barometer, Thermometer, Wind, and Raiv, are for a period of 24 hours, beginning at 8 AM.
(Maximum...... 30-27 October 11th, Wind SW.
Minimum...... 20 35 Do. 13th, Do. SW. Range of the Mercury
0.92 Meao barometrical pressure for the Month
.*... 29-749 for the lunar period, ending the 14th instant......... ........ 29-903 for 13 days, with the Moon in North declination ................ 29-851
for 17 days, with the Moon in South declination ................ 29:955 Spaces described by the rising and falling of the Mercury
7-940 Greatest variation in 24 hours
0.700 Number of Changes, caused by the variations in the Weight of the Atmosphere.............. 31. THERMOMETER ( Minimum :...............
690 Oct. 3rd, Wind SE.
37 Do. 14th and 17th, Do. NE, and N.. Range
..... 32 Mean temperature of the Air......
...... 55.19 for days with the Sun in Libra ........ 55-23 Greatest variation in 24 hours....
21.00 Mean temperature of spring water at 8 o'clock AM.
...... 55:50 DE LUC'S WHALEBONE HYGROMETER. Greatest humidity of the Air..
..... 91° in the morning of the 4th, Greatest dryness of Ditto ...
...... 52 in the afternoon of the Ist. Range of the Iudex .
39 Mean at 2 o'clock PM.
65.6 -. at 8 Do... AM.
752 -- at 8 Do... PM.
77-8 - of 3 observations each day at 8, 2, and 8 o'clock ... 72-9 Evaporation for the month.
..... 2.300 inches. Rain, with the cause near the ground.................... 6.750 Ditto. Ditto with ditto 23 feet high
....... 6.640 Ditto. Prevailing Winds, sw.
SUMMARY OF THE WEATHER. A clear sky, 1: fine, with various modifications of clouds, los; an overcast sky without rain 8; foggy, 15; rain, 10-Tota!, 31 days.
BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND.
Where the Town or City in which the Bankrupt resides is not erpressed, it will be always in London or the
T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.
Crockett, H. sen. Haddenham, Buckingham, gro.
cer. (Smith, 31, Basinghall-street. C. Oct. 26.-Armstrong, W. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Davies, W.Sudbury, Suffolk, haberdasher. [Dixon,
merchant. [Bell, Bow.churchyard, Cheapside.c. 7, Gray's-inu. C. Bellany, R.Spaxton, Somerset, shopkeeper. (Hart- Dawson, J. Bury, Lancaster, linen-draper. [Milae 'ley, New-Bridge-street. C.
Temple. c. Bremner, A. Camberwell, Surrey, merchant. [Da. Douglas, J., D. Russell, and W. Russell, Fleet.
vies, Lothbury. T. Gill, W.C. Melksham, Wilts, linen-draper. (Potts, Drurey, J. Snaith, York, coal-merchant. [Battye,
street, drapers. (James, Backlersbury. T. Serjeant's-inn, Flcet-street. C.
Chancery.lane. C. Hensey, H. White Cross-street, timber-merchant.
Goter, H. Billingsgate, fishsalesman. (Allen, 45, (Dennis, 4, Austin-friars. T.
Commercial Sale-rooms, Miucing-lane. T. Robinson, P. Kendal, Westmoreland, mercer. Greathead, J. Snowbill, auctioneer. (Dyer, Took's. [Addison, Verulam-buildings, Gray's-inu. C. court, Chancery-lane. T.
Hales, E. Newark-upon-Trent, Nottingham, cornOct. 29.-Barratt, W. Eyre-street-bill, Leather
factor. (Long, Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. c. Jane, Holborn, bricklayer. (Newbon, Great
Hall, R. Jun. Bury, Lancaster, cotton-manufacCarter-lane, Doctors' Commons. T. Douglas, J. and D. Russell, No.90, Fleet-strect, Hesse, G. A. Church-row, Fenchurch-street, bro
turer. [Appleby, Gray's-inn-square. C. drapers. (James, Bucklersbury. T.
ker. (Younger , John-street, America-square. T. Eastwood, Joseph, Meltham,' York, clothier. Hopps, T. jun. Fishergate, York, cornfactor.
[Clarke, Chaucery-lane. C. Hudson, W. Havil.street, Camberwell, Surrey, Jones, J. c. Bridgnorth, Salop, Jinen-draper.
(Wiglesworth, 5, Gray's-inn. (. bricklayer. [Hewitt, Token-louse, Lothbury. T. Lee, J. Charles-street Horsleydowo, Sarrey, ligh. Moore, G. juu. Lower-road, Deptford, Kent, coal.
(Mayhew, Chancery-lane. C. terman. (Kirkman, Cannon-street. T.
merchant. [Freeman, Coleman-street. T. Underwood, H. Cheltenbam, Gloucester, builder.
Newman, J. Upper East Smithfield, slopseller. (Bоwyer, 14, Gruy's.inn-square. C.
(Sweet, Basingball-street. T. Whittle, W. Beaminster, Dorset, tanner. [Wright, Robertson, W. Great St. Helens, insurance. broker. 10, King's Bench-walk, Temple. C.
(Reardon, Corbet.court, Gracecburch-street. T. Nov. 2.- Baley, T.W. Gerrard's hall Tavern, Ba.
Sell, J. High-street, Shadwell, cheesemonger, "Biog-lane, wine-merchant. (Amory, Throgmor- Smith, T Horsham, Sussex, timber-merchant.
(Heard, Hooper's-square, Goodman's.fields.'T. ton-atreet. T. Bowman, H. 29, St. John-street, Clerkenwell, ha
[King, 8. Castle-street, Holborn, T. berdasher. [Holt, Threadneedle-street. T.
Watts, J. Torpes, Devon, lineu-draper. (Blake, Fitre, G. Totness, Devon, grocer. (Amory, 'Throy.
156, Great Surrey-street. C.
Whyte, D. Lewes, Sussex, linen draper. [Wilde, mortol-street. T. Radford, E. High Holborn, draper. [Hurd, King's
College-bill. T. Bench-walk, Temple. T.
Nov. 12.- Baker, C. Romsey, Southampton, fell. Rivers, G. Judd street, Brunswick-square, cabinet- monger. (Slade, 1, Juhu-street, Bedford-row. C.
maker. (Hall, Great James-street, Bedford. Brooke, J. Liverpool, druggist. (Blackstock, Temrow. T.
Fairhead, J. Cressing. Essex, jobber. (Bromley, Nov. 6.- Ashwell, J. Nottingham, iron-founder. Gray's-inn-square, Ç. (Holme, New.inn. C:
Foster, J. Liverpool, brewer. [Blackstock, Tem. Beatie, J. Portsea, victoaller. (Minchin, 3, Veru,
ple. c. Jam-buildings, Grays-ipn. C.
Green, J. Rednall, King's Norton, Worcester, maltCrapage, T. Watling-street, Wellington, Salop, ster. (Long, Holborn-court, Gray's-inn. C. grocer. (Evans, Hattou-garden. c.
, , ( Dixon, T. Hulme, Lancaster, joiner. [Makin. Jock, Serjeant's-inn, Fleet-street. C. son, Middle Temple. C.
Stevens, R. Soulbury, Backs, dairyman. (Aubrey, Greathead, H. Stepney Causeway, master-mari. Took's-court, Cursitor-street. T. Der. (Laug, 107, Fenchurch-street. T.
Stubbs, T. Crawford-street, grocer. (Collins, Spl. Harris, F. Lisle-street, Leicester-square, dealer. tal-square. T. [Timbrell, Macclesfield-street. T.
Nov. 16.–Bellis, B. Liverpool, grocer. [BlackHowes, P. 40, Park-street, Hanover-square, borse- stock, Temple.
dealer. (Bright, 8, Took's.court, Chancery-lane. Buckmaster, J. and W. Backmaster, Old Bond. T.
street, army clothiers. [Pullen, Fore-street, Johnson, B. J. Houndşditch, cabinet-maker. Cripplegate. T. (Boxer, Furnival's-inn, Holborn. T.
Collins, 1V. Crawford-street, Mary-le-bone, linenKennington, C, Glamford Briggs, Lincoln, draper, draper. (Sweet, Basinghall-street. T. (Eyre, Gray's-inn. C.
Cooper, G. Tutbury-mill, Stafford, miller. (CookRowed, 'J. Queen-street, Finsbury, timber-mer, ney, 9, Castle street, Holborn. c. chant. (Winter, Bedford-row. T.
Cooper, J.T. Worcester, draper. [Becke, 36, DeStolworthy, E. Whitecliapel, cheesemonger.
vonshire-street, Queen-square, C. (Hutchison, Crown-court, Threadneedle. st. T. Dodd, w. Orton, Westmoreland, drover. [Wilson, Trickle, E. Nuneaton, Warwick, inercer. [Con- Furnival's.inn. C. stable, 19, Symon's-ino, Chancery-lane. C. Edwards, D. Gloucester, tea-dealer. , [Stevens,
Little St. Thomas Apostle. T. Nov. 9.-Adey, J. sen. Cray's hill, Essex, 'cattle. Graham, J. Dorset-street, Salisburv-square, col.
salesman. (Lindsay, St. Thomas's-street, South- ton-manufacturer. (Láwledge, Temple-chamwark. T.
bers, Fleet-street. T. Baguall, W. and J. Bagnall. Walsall, Stafford, Grahain, K. Sborter's-court, Throzmorto -street,
platers. (Turner, 5, Bloomsbury-square. C. stock.broker. Gregson, Angel-court. T... Bainbridge, J. Whitehaven, Cumberland, plumber. Hays, C. and W. H. Blundell, Oxford-street, linen(Clennell, Staple-inn. c.
drapers. (Jones, Sise-lane. T. Brooke, R. Walcot, Somerset, common-brewer. Healey, M. Manchester, draper. (Adlington, Bed(Polis, Serjeant's-inn. C.
ford-row. C. Brown, J. Fleet-market, grocer. [Fox, Austin. Hiron, J. Banbury, Oxford, grocer. (Hindmarsh, friars. T.
Crescent, Jewin street, Aldersgate-street. T. Cook, W. Wouldham, Kent, corn-dealer. (Cour. Hasley, c. R. Newgate-street, wholesale-glover. teen, 32, Walbrook, T.
[Watson, Bouverie-street, Fleet-street. T.