Punch,  5 (1843), 197.

The Weather



Notes, Drollery


Meteorology, Instruments, Amateurism

    Reports various crude means of gauging the weather. For example, the 'Meteorological Register' of Mr Spiff of Hackney consists of the thermometer being at its 'height' on one day and lowest the day after, when it fell to the ground.

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