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Deg Deg. Deg. Deg. Deg. Deg. Inches. Inches. Inches. Deg. Deg. Deg. Inches.
32 41,7 57 44 50,3 30,38 28,94 29,77 76 59 66,8 1,870
50 59,8 1,955
July 69 53 61,3 69 59 63,0 30,44 29,44 29,96 72
53 63,6 1,480
53 62,5 0,634
25 36,5 57 40 46,8 30,54 28,95 29,96 79 63 72,0 0,188
65,818,348 • The quicksilver in the bason of the barometer, is 81 feet above the level of low water spring tides at Somerset-house.
+ The Society's Rain Gage is 114 feet above the same level, and 75 feet 6 inches above the surrounding ground.
By another Rain Gage placed 11 feet 6 inches lower, the quantity of rain appears to have been 22,03 inches.
Variation of the Magnetic Needle, October, 1812, 24° 16' 30" West,
FOR THE YEAR MDCCCXIII.
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XIX. An Account of some organic Remains found near Brentford,
Middlesex. By the late Mr. William Kirby Trimmer. Communicated in a Letter from Mr. James R. Trimmer to the
Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P.R. S. p. 131 XX. On a new Construction of a Condenser and Air-pump. By
the Rev. Gilbert Austin. In a Letter to Sir Humphry Davy,
LL.D. F.R.S. XXI. On the Formation of Fat in the Intestines of living Animals.
By Sir Everard Home, Bart. Presented by the Society for promoting the Knowledge of Animal Chemistry. XXII. On the colouring Matter of the black Bronchial Glands,
and of the black Spots of the Lungs. By George Pearson, M. D. F.R.S.
p. 159 XXIII. Experiments on the Alcohol of Sulphur, or Sulphuret of
Carbon. By J. Berzelius, M. D. F.R.S. Professor of Chemistry at Stockholm; and Alexander Marcet, M. D. F. R. S. one of the Physicians to Guy's Hospital."
p. 171 XXIV. On the Means of procuring a steady Light in Coal Mines
without the danger of Explosion. By William Reid Clanny, M. D. of Sunderland. Communicated by William Allen, Esq.
F.R.S. XXV. On the Light of the Cassegrainian Telescope, compared with
that of the Gregorian. By Captain Henry Kater, BrigadeMajor. Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P.R.S.