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" During this interval, the barometer and thermometer should be read off, and registered hourly, and the precise hour and minute of each reading should be especially noted. '•For obvious reasons, however, the commencement of every hour should if practicable,... "
The Journal [afterw.] The Madras journal of literature and science, ed. by J ... - Page 200
by Madras literary society - 1837
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Magazine of Popular Science, and Journal of the Useful Arts, Volume 3

Science - 1837 - 594 pages
...at each station should commence at 6 o'clock AM of the appointed days, and terminate at 6 o'clock PM of the days following, according to the usual reckoning...by some observation of an astronomical nature, by * This is necessary by reason of the want of coincidence of the day in different parts of the globe,...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the ...

Meteorology - 1837 - 970 pages
...registered hourly, and the precise hour and minute of each reading should be especially noted. 4>For obvious reasons, however, the commencement of every...accompanied by a notice of the means used to obtain ihe time, and, when practicable, by some observation of an astronomical nature, by which the time can...
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Report of the President and Council of the Royal Society on the Instructions ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Antarctica - 1839 - 94 pages
...at the place. The commencement of each hour should be chosen, and every such series of observations accompanied by a notice of the means used to obtain...of an astronomical nature by which the time can be ascertained within a minute or two. The Council now propose to extend these observations in regular...
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Report of the Committee of Physics: Including Meteorology, on the Objects of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 164 pages
...at the place. The commencement of each hour should be chosen, and every such series of observations accompanied by a notice of the means used to obtain...of an astronomical nature by which the time can be ascertained within a minute or two. Travellers provided with meteorological instruments who may be...
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Report of the Committee of Physics and Meteorology of the Royal Society of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain). Committee of Physics and Meteorology - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 156 pages
...at the place. The commencement of each hour should be chosen, and every such series of observations accompanied by a notice of the means used to obtain...of an astronomical nature by which the time can be ascertained within a minute or two. Travellers provided with meteorological instruments who may be...
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Calcutta Review, Volumes 7-8

India - 1847 - 1262 pages
...should be read off and registered hourly, or at all events at intervals not more than two hours asunder, and the precise hour and minute of each reading should...can be independently ascertained within a minute or two.t As there is scarcely any class of observations by which meteorology can be more extensively and...
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Aide-mémoire to the Military Sciences: Framed from Contributions ..., Volume 1

Military art and science - 1853 - 830 pages
...at the place. The commencement of each hour should be chosen, and every such series of observations accompanied by a notice of the means used to obtain...of an astronomical nature by which the time can be ascertained within a minute or two. The Committee now propose to extend these observations in regular...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1839 - 1198 pages
...at the place. The commencement of each hour should be chosen, and every such series of observations accompanied by a notice of the means used to obtain...of an astronomical nature by which the time can be ascertained within a minute or two. The Council now propose to extend these observations in regular...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 20; Volume 24

Electronic journals - 1837 - 450 pages
...at each station should commence at 6 o'clock AM of the appointed days, and terminate at 6 o'clock PM of the days following according to the usual reckoning...can be independently ascertained within a minute or two.* As there is scarcely any class ot observations by which meteorology can be more extensively and...
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Transactions of the Albany Institute, Volume 1

1830 - 700 pages
...be read off and registered hourly, or at all events, at interval? not more than two hours asunder, and the precise hour and minute of each reading should...can be independently ascertained within a minute or two. As there is scarcely any class of observations by which meteorology can be more extensively and...
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