Urges the 'CLERK OF THE WEATHER' (i.e. the imaginary functionary supposed to control the weather) to 'return to his disconsolate office' after an unaccountable leave of absence. Promises to discharge Robert Fitzroy if the clerk has been jealous of him.
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