Reference numberMA/116
Previous numbersMA.116
TitleMeteorological observations at Ackworth and London, England, by Luke Howard
CreatorHoward; Luke (1772-1864); British manufacturing chemist and meteorologist
DateJanuary 1842-13 January 1843
DescriptionMonthly meteorological observations made at Ackworth School, West Yorkshire, England. Means of barometer and thermometer readings, with rainfall for January-December 1842. With values for rainfall in inches, by Thomas Fowler at Tottenham, January-December 1842. Concluding with a table of barometer readings on 13 January 1843 at Tottenham [observer name struck through], Ackworth ['school'], Birmingham [by William Ick] and Manchester [P. Clure], with a note 'said to have 28 inches at Boulogne...'

Addressed [p.4]: to 'Mr. J.D. [John David] Robertson, Secry. R.S. with charts' [not present] and therefore seemingly part of a larger package or letter.
Extent4p. [pp.2-3 blank]
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4515Howard; Luke (1772 - 1864)1772 - 1864
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