Punch, 2 (1842), .
Gives advice on miscellaneous meteorological phenomena. For example, notes that 'you may safely calculate on rain, if you plan a pic-nic party, or a visit to a Vauxhall Gala', and that 'fine weather may be obtained by leaving home with a macintosh, clogs, and a shabby gingham umbrella'.
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