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LOSS OP MEMBERS DURING THE YEAR 1866.

By Retirement.
Ordinary Members.

R. B. Chapman, Esq.

Hon'ble A. Eden.

H. Duhan, Esq.

Baboo Kasinauth Chowdry.

R. L. Martin, Esq.

C. C. Stevens, Esq.

Dr. A. C. Macrae.

Lieut.-Col. D. G. Robinson.

J. C. Wilson, Esq.

Capt. G. M. Bowie.

Baboo Jadoo Nath Mookerjee.

J. Straehey, Esq., C. S.

J. M. Scott, Esq.

J. C. Sarkies, Esq

Baboo Kaliprasunno Dutt.

Raja Apnrva Krishna Bahadoor.

S. Jennings, Esq.

W. T. Dodsworth, Esq.

A. Money, Esq.

By Death.

Dr. E. Roer.

J. G. Medlicott, Esq.

Raja Pratab Cbnnder Sing.

Calcutta, Right Rev. Lord Bishop of,

J. Obbard, Esq.

Calcutta

Calcutta

Dehra Dhoon

Calcutta

Dacca

Barasat.

Calcutta

Calcutta

Fyzabad

Bhugulpore

Rajshaye

Oudh

Calcutta

Calcutta

Calcutta

Calcutta

Calcutta

Dehra Dhoon

Bhugulpore

Brunswick, Germany

Midnapore

Pakpara

Calcutta

Europe.

Meteorological Observations.

Abstract of the Results of the Hourly Meteorological Observationstaken at the Surveyor General's Office, Calcutta, in the month of March 1866.

Latitude 22° 23' 1" North. Longitude 88° 20' 34" East.

Height of the Cistern of the Standard Barometer above the sea level, 18-11 feet

Daily Means, &c. of the Observations and of the Hygrometrical elements dependent thereon.

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The Mean Height of the Barometer, as likewise the Dry and Wet Bulb Thermometer Means are derived, from the hourly observations. made during the day.

Abstract of the Results of the Hourly Meteorological Observations taken at the Surveyor General's Office, Calcutta, in the month of March 1866.

Daily Means, &c. of the Observations and of the Hygrometrical elements dependent thereon.—(Continued.)

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All the Hygrometrical elements are computed by the Greenwich Constants.

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Abstract of the Results of the Hourly Meteorological Observations taken at the Surveyor General's Office, Calcutta, in the month of March 1866.

Hourly Means, &c. of the Observations and of the Hygrometrical elements

dependent thereon.

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The Mean Height of the Barometer, as likewise the Dry and Wet Bulb Thermometer Means arc derived from the observations made at the several hours during the month.

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Abstract of the Results of the Hourly Meteorological Observations taken at the Surveyor General's Office, Calcutta, in the month of March 1866.

Hourly Means, &c. of the Observations and of the Hygrometrical elements dependent thereon.—(Continued.)

[table]

All the Hygrometrical elements are computed by the Greenwich Constants.

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