|Title||Memorandum on the Meteorological Office by Edward Sabine|
|Description||On possible changes to the Meteorological Office, in such areas as meteorological observations made at sea, storm-warning and daily forecasts, following the death of Admiral Fitzroy.|
Sabine also comments on the effects iron ships may have on their compasses.
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|NA8279||Sabine; Sir; Edward (1788 - 1883)||1788 - 1883|
|NA6774||FitzRoy; Robert (1805 - 1865); Meteorologist, Governor of New Zealand and Vice Admiral||1805 - 1865|