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Normal Temperature and Rainfall

TABLE SHOWING THE NORMAL TEMPERATURE FOR JANUARY AND JULY, AND THE NORMAL

ASSUAL, PRECIPITATION AT WEATHER BUREAU STATIONS IN EACH OF THE STATES AND TERRITORIES, ALSO THE HIGHEST AND LOWEST TEMPERATURES EVER REPORTED FROM

EACH OF SAID STATIONS, TO DECEMBER 31, 1906. (Prepared in the office of the Chief of the Weather Bureaul, U. S. Department of Agriculture, for

THE WORLD ALMANAC for 1908.)
TEMPERATURE

TEMPERATURE

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Rain and Melted Snow (inches). 1-12 Mean Annual Precipitation,

Lowest.

July.

Highest.

ON Rain and Melted Snow (inches).

January.
July.
Highest.

Le west.

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Cal...........

Erie ....

Birmingham 4582 96 2149.5

Kalispell. Ala... Mobile

50/80 102

Mont
1 02.0

Miles City.
Montgomery

48181 107
5 51.2

North Platte.
Flagstaff.,

27 65 93
2023, 0) Neb..

Omaha...
Ariz. Phonix.

50 90 1191
12 7.9

Valentine
Yuma

65 91 118

22 3.1 Nevada... Winnemucca
(Fort Smith

35 si 107
-15 41.3

(Charlotte....
Ark .........
Little Rock 4151 106

-12 19.9 X. C ........

Hatteras
Fresno

4582 115
20 9.7

Wilmington
Los Angeles 5,367 109 28 15.6

Bismarck
Red Bul..

45 82 115
18 25.0 N. Dak...

Williston.
Sacramento.. 4072110 19 20.1 N. H

Concord..
San Diego
54107 101 32 10.0

SAtlantic City.
San Francisco 6057 101 20 22.3

N. J.

Cape May
Denver

29 72 105
29, 14.0

Roswell
Col.
Grand Junction, 25 -9 104

16 8 5 N. Mex...

Santa Fe
Pueblo
29 73 104 27 12.0

Albany
Conn. New Ilaven..
27172 100 14 47.2

Binghamton. D. C... Washington

33 77 101 15 13.5 X. Y. {Burtalo
(Jacksonville, 51191 104 10 53.2

New York City.
Jupiter ....
6481 96 24 60.2

Oswego
Florida... { Key West.
6981 100 41 38.7

Cincinnati
Pensacola

52151 103 7 56. 2 Ohio.. Columbus
Tampa
57|SO 96 1953 1

Toledo
Atlanta

4278 100 849.4 Okla....... Oklahoma.
Georgia. Augusta
46/50 105 3 47.9

Portland
Savannah
5050 105

Oregon...
8 50.3

Roseburg
Boise

2973 111 -28 12.7
Idaho.....
Pocatello.
25 71 102 20 12.9 Pa.

Philadelphia 3579 106 16 41.7

Pittsburgh Illinois ... Chicago ...... 2472 103 23 33.3 R. I Block Island (Springfield 2676 107 24 37.0 is. C

Charleston.. Indiana Indianapolis 28176 106 25 41.5

(Huron... (Des Moines

20 76 103 30 32.4 S. Dak... Pierre
Iowa...... Dubuque.
1875 106 32 34.0

Yankton
Keokuk
24 77 108 -27 35. 1

(Chattanooga
Concordia

2478 106 25 27.5 Tenn....... Memphis.
Kansas. Dodge
27178 108 26 20.8

Nashville
Wichita.
30 79 106 22 30 6

(Abilene
Ky
Louisville
34 79 107 -20 44.3

| Amarillo. ( New Orleans. 63 81 102 767.4

Texas

El Paso..
Shreveport
40 82 107 5 45.7

Galveston.
Eastport

20 60 93 21 43.3 Maine

Palestine..
Portland
22 68 97 17 42.5

San Antonio..
Md
Baltimore..

33 77 104 743.0 Utah.. Salt Lake City. Mass Boston

27171 102 13 43.4

Vt

| Burlington.
Alpena..
1966 98 27 33. 2

Northfield
Detroit
24 72 101 24 32.2

Va.

Lynchburg.
Marquette
10 65 108 27 32.6

Norfolk
Port Huron.. 2269 99 25 30.6

(Seattle
10 66 99 41 29.9 Wasb Spokane
Minn ....... Moorhead..
3 69 102 -48 24.9

Walla Walla.
St. Paul
12 72 101 41 28.7

W. Vu.....

SElkins.
Miss. Vicksburg
4750 101 1 53.7

Parkersburg
Kansas City
26 78 106 22 37.3

La Crosse
St. Louis...
31 79 107 2237.2

Milwaukee.
Springfield 31/76 106 29 44.6

(Cheyenne Mont.......!

20 64 96 -28 16.9 14 73 111-49 13. 2 21 74 107-35 18,9 20 76 106 -32 30.7 1873 106 -38 22.5 29 72 104 -28 8.4 40 79 102 5 49.2 46 79 92 860.8 46 79 103 551.0 7 70 106 -44 17.6 6 69 107 -49 16,1 21 69 95 -23 40.1 32 72 99 - 7 40.8 34 73 96 740.8 39 79 101

-29 15.8 28 69 97-13 14.2 22 72 100

-24 36.4 23 70 96 -26 32.9 25 70 95 -14 37.3 30 74 100 6 44.6 24 70 100-23 36.2 32 78 105 -17 37.3 29 75 104

20 36.9 26 74 102 -16 30.6 35 80 104 -17 31.7 39 66 102 - 245. i 41 66 106 - 634.4 26 72 94 -16 38.6 32 76 103

641.2 31 70 103 -20 36.4 31 681 84 - 4 44.4 49 81104 7 62.1 10 72 108 -43 21.1 14 75 110 -40 16.6 16 75 107 -34 25.4 41 78 101 -10 50.7 40 81 104 - 9 50.3 38 79104-13 48.5 43 82110 6 24.7 34 76 105 -16 22.6 44 80 113 - 5 9.8 63 83 98 8 47.1 46 82 104 6.43.0 51 82 108 4 2€ 29 76 102-20 16.0 19 71 97-25 31.6 15 671 95 -32 33.8 36 77 102 - 6 43.4 40 78 102 2 49.5 39 64 90 12 36.6 27 69 104 -30 18.8 33 74113 -1717.7 29 70 94 -21 42.8 31 76 102 27 40.2 15 73 104 -4331. 2 20 70 100

25 31.4 26 67 100 -38 13.6

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La .......

Mich........

Duluth ......

Mo..

Wis.........

146-108 55 13.7 Wyo......... Lander & WashHelena.... 20 67 103-42 12.8

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Para........

Alexandria...... 69. O 10 Florence..

59.2
Naples,..

60.3

30 Algier's 61.3 27 Frankfort.

50,0
Nice.......

58.0 29 Amsterdam.. 49.9

Geneva...

52.7
Odessa....

48.0 Archangle.

33.0
Genoa
61.1

81.0 71 Astrakhan.... 50.1

Glasgow

49.8
Paris

51.3 22 Athens ........

63.0
Hamburg..

47.0
Peking.

53.0 27 Bagdad.

74.0
lavana.

79.2

Port Said
Barcelona..

63.0
Hong Kong

73.0
Prague.

50.2 14 Berlin 48.2 24 Honolulu

75.0
Quebec

40.3 Bermuda.

72.0
55 Iceland

30.0
Quito

60.9
Berne..
46.0 46 Jerusalem.

62.6

Rio de Janeiro... 77.2 29 Birmingham

48,2
Lima..

73.3
Rome....

60.5 31 Bombay

81.3 73
Lisbon.

61.4
Rotterdam

51.0 23 Bordeaux

67.0
30 London

50.8

San Domingo 81.3 108 Brussels. 50.0 29 Lyons.

53.0
Shanghai

59.0
Budapest.ro
61.9 17 Madeira..

66.0
Smyrna...

60.0 24 Buenos Ayres.

62.8
Madrid

58.2

St. Petersburg.. 39.6 17 Cairo.

72.2
Malta

66,0
Stockholm.

42.3 20 Calcutta 82.4 76 Manchester

48.8
Sydney

65.8

49 Canton.......: 71.0 39 Manila

78.4
The Hague

52,0
Cape Town.
62.0 23 Maranham

Tobolsk...

32.0
Cayenne.
116 Marseilles.

58.3
Trieste.

55.0
Cherrapongee
610 Melbourne..

57.0
Valdivia..

52.0 106 Christiania. 41.5

Mexico...

60.9
Valparaiso

64.0 Constantinople.

56.5
Milan..
55.1 38 Venice.

55. 4
Copenhagen
46.8 19 Montevideo..

62.0
Vera Cruz.

77.0 180 Delhi 77.0 24 Montreal.

44.6
Vienna...

51.0 19 Dublin.

50.1 29
Moscow....

40.0
Warsaw

56.2 Edinburgh 47. 38 Muuich.

48, 4 In Southwestern Assam. It is the wettest place in the world. In 1861 the rainfall there reached 905 inches.

NOTE-The mean annual temperature of the globe is 500 Fahr. The average rainfall is 36 Inches,

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Greatest altitude in Each State.

'FROM THE RECORDS OF THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.

STATE OR
Name of Place.
Heig't STATE OR

Name of Place.

Helg't TERRITORY. Feet. TERRITORY.

Feet. Alabama Cheawha Mt.(Talladega (0) 2,407 Montana. Granite Penk.

12, 800 Alaska Mt. McKinley... 20,464 Nebraska ......... Hogback Mt.

5,084 Arizonai........... San Francisco Mt...

12,794 Nevada
Wheeler Peak

13,058 Arkansas ......... Magazine Mt.... 2,800 N. Hampshire. Mt. Washington

6, 279 California.... Mt. Whitney 14,501 New Jersey...... High Knob....

1,799 Colorado Mt. Massive..... 14,424 New Mexico..... Truchas Peak.

13, 276 Connecticut..... Bear Mt.......

2,355 New York Mt. Marcy (Adirondacks). 5,344 Delaware Southwood... 327 North Carolina Mt. Mitchell

6,711 D. of Columbia.. Tenley

400 North Dakota Summit, Billings Co.. 2,830 Florida Mossyhead

274 Ohio
Ontario

1,373 Georgia

Brasstown Bold, or Enota. 4,768 Oklahoma
Idaho
Hyndman Peak

12,078 Oregon
Mt. Hood...

11, 225 Illinois Wadham.. 1,023 Pennsylvania... Blue knob..

3, 136 Indiana Carlos City 1,208 Rhode Island... Duriee Hill...

805 Indian Territ'y Sugarloaf Mt..... 2,600 South Carolina. Pinnacle..

3,413 Iowa .... C'Azenovia 1,670 South Dakota... Harney Peak.

7,216 Kansas.. Kanarado. 3,900 Tennessee.... Clingman Dome

6,619 Kentucky Big Black Mt. (Harlan Co. 4,100 Texas ...... Chisos, Mts....

7,835 Louisiana Arcadia....

368 Utah.....
Gilbert Peak..........

13.422 Maine... Katahdin Mt.... 5, 200 Vermont Mt. Mansfield.

4,364 Maryland Great Backbone Mt....

3,400 Virginia........ Mt. Rogers (Grayson Co.)... 5,719 Massachusetts.. Mt, Greylock... 3,535 Washington ... Mt. Rainier

14,363 Michigan.... Porcupine Mt.

2,023 West Virginia. Spruce Mt. (Pendleton Co.) 4,860 Minnesota ....... Mesabi Range.

2,400 Wisconsin.. Rib HM, Marathon Co..... 1.940 Mississippi Forrest ........

593 Wyoming ....
Fremont Peak.

13,720 Missouri Cedar Gap

1.683 The lowest point of dry land in the United States is in Death Valley, Cal., 278 feet below sea level.

NOTE.-The above table was prepared for THE WORLD ALMANAC by the Geographic Branch of the United States Geological Survey. It should be stated in connection with this table that it presents oply points whose heights are matters of record, and that in several cases in the high mountain region of the far West and the Pacific Slope it is well known that there are higher points within the State or Territory whose heights are not yet known with accuracy, and consequently cannot be given.

This table was revised by the United States Geological Survey to September 1, 1907. "Western end of Beaver County, Oklahoma, reaches 5,000 feet elevation,

Weather Flags

OF THE WEATHER PUREAU, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

The Weather Bureau furnishes, when practicable, for the benefit of all interests dependent upon weather conditions, the "Forecasts'' which are prepared daily at the central Office in Washington, D), C., and certain designated stations. These forecasts are telegraphed to stations of the Weather Bureau, railway officials. postmasters, and many others, to be communicated to the public by means of flags or steam whsstles. The flags adopted for this purpose are five in number, and of the forms and colors indicated below:

No. 1. White Flag.

EXPLANATION OF WEATHER FLAGS.
No. 2.
No. 3.

No. 4.

No. 5.
Blue Flag. White and Blue Flag. Black Triangular Flag. White Flag with

black square in
centre,

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Clear or fair weather. Rain or snow. Local rain or snow. Temperature.

Cold wave. When number 4 is placed above number 1, 2, or 3, it indicates warmer; when below, colder, when not displayed, the temperature is expected to remain about stationary. During the late Spring and early Fall the cold-wave flag is also used to indicate anticipated frosts.

WHISTLE SIGNALS. A warning blast of from fifteen to twenty seconds duration is sounded to attract attention. After this warning the longer blasts (öf from four to six seconds duration) refer to weather, and shorter blasts (of from one to three seconds duration) refer to temperature; those for weather are sounded first. Blasts. Indicate.

Blasts.

Indicate. One long.................. Fair weather.

One short...... .Lower temperature. Two long... ........... Rain or snow.

Two short. Higher temperature. Three long. ........... Local rain or snow.

Three short............Cold wave. By repeating each combination a few times, with intervals of ten seconds, liability to error in reading the signals may be avoided.

As far as practicable the forecast messages will be telegraphed at the expense of the Weather Bureau; but if this is impracticable, they will be furnished at the regular commercial rates and sent ''collect." In no case will the forecasts be sent to a second address in any place, except at the expense of the applicant.

Persons desiring to display the Aags or sound the whistle signals for the benefit of the public should communicate with the Weather Bureau officials in charge of the climatological service of their respective States, the central stations of which are as follows: Alabama. Montgomery. Massachusetts, Boston

Oklahoma (for Indian TerriArizona, Phoenix. (for New England).

tory, and Oklahoma). Arkansas, Little Rock. Michigan, Grand Rapids.

Oregon, Portland. (alifornia, San Francisco. Minnesota, Mimeapolis,

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia ('olorado, Denver. Mississippi. Vicksburg.

South Carolina, Columbia
Fiorida, Jacksonville.
Missouri, Columbia,

South Dakota, Huron.
(ieorgia, Atlanta.
Montana, Jelena.

Tennessee, Nashville,
Iano, Boisé.
Nebraska, Lincoln.

Texas, Galveston,
Minois, Springfield.
Nevada, Reno.

Utah, Salt Lake.
Indiana, Indianapolis,

New Jersey, Atlantic City. Virginia, Richmond. loin, Des Moines, New Mexico, Santa Fé.

Washington, Seattle. ansas, Topeka. New York, Ithaca.

West Virginia, Parkersburg.
Kentucky, Louisville.
North Carolina. Raleigh.

Wisconsin, Milwaukee,
Louisiana, New Orleans.
North Dakota, Bismarck.

Wyoming, Cheyenne,
Maryland, Baltimore

Ohio, Columbus. (for Delaware and Maryland).

The Ancient and Modern Year. THE Athenlans began the year in June, the Macedonians in September, the Romans first in March and afterward in January, ihe Persians on August 11, the ancient Mexicans on Pebruary 23, the Mohammedans in July: The Chinese year, which begins early in February, is similar to the Mohammedan in having 12 months of 29 and 30 days alternately; but in every nineteen years there are seven years which have 13 months. This is not quite correct, and the Chinese have therefore formed a cycle of 60 years, in which period 22 intercalary months occur.

Storm and Hurricane varnings OF THE WEATHER BUREAU, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

STORM WARNINGS,

Northeasterly winds. Southeasterly wlads. Northwesterly winds. Southwesterly winds. Red, black centre.

Slorm Warnings. -A red flag with a black centre indicates that a storm of marked violence is expected.

The pennants displayed with the flags indicate the direction of the wind; red, easterly (from northeast to south); white, westerly (from southwest to north). The pennant above the flag indicates that the wind is expected to blow from the northerly quadrants; below, from the southerly quadrants,

By night a red light iudicates easterly winds, and a white light above a red light westerly winds.

Hurricane Warnings -Two red flags with black centres, displayed one above the other, indicate the expected approach of a tropical hurricane, and also one of those extremely severe and dangerous storms which occasionally move across the lakes and Northern Atlantic Coast.

Velocity of winds in the United States.

AVERAGE hourly velocity of the wind at selected stations of the United States Weather Bureau, also the highest velocity ever reported for a peri of five minutes. (Prepared by W.L. Moore, Chief of the Weather Bureau, and revised to December 31, 1906, for THE WORLD ALMANAC.)

STATIONS.

Average

STATIONS,

Average

STATIONS.

Ever | Reported

Hourly
Velocits.
Highest

Reported.
100-170-1000FA CORES
zzzaiiahz22:32 E

Mi. Mi.
Mi. Mi.

Mi. Mi. Abilene, Texas 11 66 El Paso, Texas..........

78 Philadelphia, Pa.. 10 75 Albany, N. Y 70 Fort Smith, Ark.

64 Pittsburgh, Pa

6 Alpena, Mich 72 Galveston, Texas 10 84 Portland, Me..

5 Atlanta, Ga. 56 Havre, Mont....

76 Red Bluff, Cal....

7 Bismarek, N. D. 74 Helena, Mont..

60 Rochester, N. Y....... 11 Boisé, Idaho 55 Huron, S. D...

10 69 St. Louis, Mo.... 11 Baston, Mass, 72 Jacksonville, Fla... 70 St. Paul, Min.

102 Buffalo, NY

keokuk, Iowa.

60 St. Vincent, Minn. t... Charlotte, NC.

Knoxville, Tenn.

84 Salt Lake City, Utah 6 Chattanooga, Tenn...

60
Leavenworth, Kan.t

66 San Diego, Cal...
Chicago, Illi
84 Louisville, Ky..

58 San Francisco, Cal... Cincinnati, Ohio. 59 Lynchburg, Va.

50 Santa Fé, N, M. Cleveland, Ohio. 73 Memphis, Tenn.

75 Savannah, Ga... Custer, Mont.t... 72 Montgomery, Ala...

54

Spokane, Wash. Denver, Col.

Nashville, Tenn.

75 Toledo, Obio Detroit, Mich

New Orleans, La...

60 Vicksburg, Miss....... Dodge City, kan.

New York City, N.Y.

80 Washington, D. C..... Dubuque, Iowa.

North Platte, Neb.

96 Wilmingtou, N. C...... Duluth, Minn...

Omaha, Neb..

64 Eastport, Me

Palestine, Texas,

60 *Aueiponeter blew away,at a velocityoi 81 miles per hour, September, 1900. tStations discontinued, STANDARD TABLE SHOWING VELOCITY AND FORCE OF WINDS.

Force in
Miles Feet Feet

Miles Feet Feet

Force in lbs. per DESCRIPTION. per per per

DESCRIPTION.

per per per
Hour. Minute. Second.
Square

Hour.
Foot.

Minute. Second.

Square

Foot. Perceptible....... 1 88 1. 47 .005

30 2.610 44.0 4. 428 2 Just perceptible. 176 2.93

35 3.080 51.3 6. 027 264 .041

40 3,20 58.6 7.872 352

Very high wind...... 5.87

.079 Gentle breeze

45 3, 960 66. O

9. 063 440 7.33 .123 Storm.

50 4,400

73. 3 12.300 10 880 14.67 Pleasant breeze.....

.492

60 5,280 88.0 Great storm........

17.712 15 1,320 22.0 1.107

70 6,160 102.7 21. 108 20 1,760 29.3 Brisk wind...

1.908

80 Hurricane

7, 040 117.3 31. 188 25 | 2,200 36.6 3. 075

100 8,800 146.6 49. 200 From 1890 to 1898 the property loss by tornadoes in the United States was $26,633,750 (See THE WORLD ALMANAC for 1902, page 61). The number of persons killed by toruadoes 1889 to 1898 inclusive was 1,437.

Velocity. Highest

Ever

Reported. J00AOWora. Hourly 安全Sa88会会ag:SSS:

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Ibs. per

.020. High wind.

Loss by Lightning in the United States.

THE Weather Bureau of the United States Department of Agriculture in October, 1900, issued a bulletin giving these facts: In 1899 the totul number of strokes of lightning which caused damage was 6.527; number of buildings injured, 6,256; value of property lost, $3,018,520; number of deaths by lightning during the year, 563; number of persons injured, 820; number of liye stock killed in the felds, 4,251; value, $129,955, These are the latest available statistics.

The Chronicle Fire Tables record 3,012 fires cansed by lightning in the United States in 1902, the property loss occasioned thereby being 83,396,810. These are the latest reported statistics on the subject.

Opening and Closing of Navigation

May

26:

Dec.

234

921

214

May

235

May
May
May

303

923 925

Mar.

ON THE HUDSON RIVER AND THE ERIE CANAL, AND OPENING OF LAKE ERIE

NAVIGATION.
NAVIGATION OF THE HUDSON Rivxe.

NAVIGATION OF THE ERIE CANAL,
River Open.

Opening of Lake
Days
River Closed.

Navigable
Capal Open.
Canal Closed.

Erie.
Oper.

Days.
Mar. 8, 1894..

Jan. 5, 1825.
309 April 30, 1821...

Dec.
4.

219
Mar. 6, 1895.
Dec. 13, 18:5.. 683 April 12, 1825. Dec. 5

938 Feb. 25, 1826.

Dec. 13, 1826.
302 April 25, 1826. Dec. 18

243 Mar. 20, 1827..

Nov. 95, 1827.

981 April 29, 1827. Dec. 18. Feb. 8, 1828.

April 21, 1897 Dec. 23, 1628. 920 Mar. 27, 1828

Dec. 90

269

Apri 1, 1828 April 1, 1899.

Jan. 14, 18:30

286
May
2, 1899.
Dec. 17

230 May Mar. 15, 1830

10, 1879 Dec. 25, 1830.

983 April 30, 1830. Dec. 17. Mar. 13, 1831

5, 1230 Dec. 6, 1831

April 16, 1831.

1.

230 Mar. 25, 1839. Dee'. 91, 1532

May 8, 1831 289 April 25, 1832. Dec. 21

241 Mar. 21, 1833 Dec. 18, 1833

April 27, 18:32 977

April 19, 1833. Dec. 12 Feb. 99, 1834.

April 23, 1833 Dec. 15, 1834. 291 April 17, 1834. Dec. 12

240

6, 1834 Mar. 25, 1835

April
Nov. 80, 1835.

268
April 13, 1835. Nov. 30

230 April 4, 1936.

May

3, 1835 Dec. 7, 1836, 944 April 25, 1836. Nov. 26

916 Mar. 97, 1837.

April 27, 1836 Dec. 14, 1837

261 April 20, 1837. Dec. Mar. 19, 1638.

May 10, 1837 Xov. 95, 1.38 257 April 11, 1839

Nov. 25

998 Mar. 25, 1839.

March 31, 1838 Nov, 18, 1839. 286 April 20, 1839. Dec. 16.

941 Feb. 25, le 10. Nov.

April 11, 1839 5, 1610 285 April 20, 1840. Dec. 9

228 Mar. 24, 1-41. Nov. 19, 1541

April 27, 1840 256

April 24, 1841 Nov. 30. Feb. 4, 1842.

April 14, 1641
Nov. 28, 1642

808
April 20, 1842.
Nov. 29

992

March 7, 1849 April 13, 1843.

Dei. 10, 1943
249 May 1. 1843

Nov. 30.
Mar. 18, 1814.

May

6, 1843 Dec. 17, 1844 278 April 18, 1814.

Nov. 96.

222

March 14, 1844 Feb. 24, 1N45.

Dec. 3, 18-15
83 April 15, 1845 Noy. 29

928 Mar. 18, 1846.

April 3, 1845
Dec. 14, 1816

275
April 16, 1846.
Nov. 25

234 April 7, 1647.

April 11, 1816
Dec. 25, 47

263
1, 1847.
Nov. 30.

214
Mar. 92, 1848.
Dec. 27, 1848

April 23, 1847
992
May 1, 1848.
Dec.

923 Mar. 19, 1849.

April 9, 1848
Dec. 26, 1-49.

286
May 1, 18-19
Dec.

219 March 25, 1519 Mar. 10, 1850.

Dec. 17, 1650.
282 April 29, 1850. Det. 11

234 March 95, 1850 Feb. 25, 1851

Dec. 14, 1551.

993
April 13, 1851.
Dec. 5.

April 9. 1851 Mar. 8, 1852.

Dec. 23, 1832.

270
April 20, 1852. Dec. 16.

239
Mar. 93, 1853
Dec. 21, 1653

April 20, 1959 274 April 20, 1853. Dec. 20

245 Mar. 17, 1851.

April 14, 1653
Dec. 8, 1:54.

266
1, 1854
Dre. 3.

217 Mar. 27, 1855.

April 29, 1854
Dec. 20, 1855.

968
1, 1855.
Dec. 10.

224 April 11, 1856.

April 21, 1855
Dec. 14, 1856.

2-18
8, 1856
Dec. 4

214 Fel. 97, 1857.

May 2, 1856 Dec. 21, 1857.

May

6, 1857 Dec. 15 Mar. 20, 1858.

April 97, 1857 De 17, 1859.

473 April 28, 1858. Dec. 8 Mar. 13, 1859

April 15, 1858 Dec. 10, 1859 273 April 15, 1-39

Dec. 12.

249 Mar.

April 7, 1259 6, 1860 Dec. 14, 1860... 283

April 25, 1860.
Dec, 12.

232
5, 1861
Dec. 28, 1861

April 17, 1560 991 1, 1861

Dec. 10. April 4, 1862.

April 13, 1861 Dec. 19, 1862.. 259

1, 1862

Dec. 10 April 3, 1863.

April 15, 189
Dec. 11, 1863

252
1, 1863
Deo. 9

April 3, 1863
Mar. 11, 1864.
Dec. 19, 1864.

April 30, 1564 Dec. 8 Mar. 99, 1865

April 13, 1564
Dec. 16, 1865.

970
1, 1865

Dee. 19.
Mar. 20, 1866.
Dec. 15, 1866.

April 26, 1865
270
1, 1806

Dec. 12 Mar. 16, 1867.

April 28, 1966
Dec.
8, 1967
957
6,1867

Dec. 20
Mar. 24, 1868
Dee.

April 21, 1867
5, 1868
952
4. 1958

Dec. 7 April 1869

April 19, 1868 Dec. 9, 1869 248 May 6, 1859

Dec, 10. Mnr. 31, 1870.

May 1, 1869 Dec, 17, 1870.

261 May 10, 1870. Dec. 8 Mar. 12, 1871.

April 16, 1870 Xov. 29, 1871. 963 April 21, 1971.

1

April 1, 1871 April 1, 1872,

Des. 9, 1879.
247 May 13, 1872
Dec. 1

May 6, 1879 April 16, 1673.

Nov. 22, 1873
21 May 13, 1873,

5 Mar. 19, 1874.

April 29, 1973
Dec. 12, 1874.

069 May
3, 1874.
Dec. 5

April 18, 1874 April 13, 1575

Nov. 29, 1875
229 May 18, 1875.
Nov. 30 (by Ice)

May 12, 1675 April 1, 1876.

2, 1676
245 May 4, 1876.

Dec, 1
Mar 30, 1577.

May
Dec. 31, 1877

277 May
8, 1-77

Dec. 7
Mar, 14, 1878.

April 17, 1677
Dec. 20, 1878.

982
April 15, 1878

7.

March 24, 1978 April 4, 18:9

Dec. 20, 1879.
261 May 8, 1879

Dec. 6
Mar. 5, 1880.

April 24, 1879 Sov. 95, ISO. 265 April 16, 1890 Nov. 91 (by ice)..

Mnb 19, 1-80 Mar, 21, 1881

Jan.
2, 122
27 May 19, 1851
Iec, 8

My

1. 1891 Mar. 8,15-2. Dec. 4, 142

2:2
April 11, 1352 Dec. 7

March 26, 1889 Mar, 99, 1883.

Dec. 15. 1883.
261 Miny 7, 153

De. 1.
Mar, 75, 1884

May 4, 1883 Dec. 19, TA, 269 May 6, 1884.

Dec.

1 April 7, 1895

April 28, 1814 The. 13, 185).

450 May 11, 18.1. Der. 1. Mnr. 30. 1886.

May

, 1885 Det. 8, 1887

48 May 1, 1886. Dec. 1. April, 1887.

Ap il 26, 1886
Tec. 20, 1987

256
7, 1887
Dec. 1.

April 17, 1887 April 8, 1888.

D. c. 14, 1-89,
251 Μιν 10, 1898

Dec. 3

207 Mar. 19, 189

April 10, 1988
Open all Whiter.... 286
May 1, 1859 Nov.30

211

April 10, 1889 Open all Winter.

Tec. 3, S40
337 April 28, 1890. Nov. 30

March 31, 1890 Mar. 92, 1891.

24, 1891..
277 May 5, 1891

Dec. 5.
April 1, 1892

April 18, 1891
Dec, 22, 1899.

266
May 1, 1992
Dec. 5.

219 April 1, 1993

April 14, 1899
Dec. 6, 1993.

950 May
3, 1893
Xov. 30.

912
Mar. 18, 1894.
Iec. 24, 1894.

April 15, 1893 282 1, 18:14 Nov. 30

214 April 2, 1895.

April 28, 1894 c. 9, 1993, 259 May 3, 1893

Dec. 5

216

Auril 4, 1.95 April 17, 1996 Dec. 10, 1995

1. 196.

1.

214 April 19, 1897.

April 19, 1996 Der. 7, 1997, 993 May 8, 1897

Dec. 1.

20$ MAY 14, 1998

April 6, 1-97 Dic. 12, 19 274 My 7, 1898 Dec. 10

March 25, 1.98 Mar 99, 1.99

Dec, 2, 1299
175 April 26, 1999

De.
1.

919
April 9, 1900
Dec. 11, 1910).

April 27, 1899 246 April 25, 1900

Dec.

990 Mar. 28, 1901.

April 29, 1900
Dec. 1, 1901.

249
May 7, 1901. Xov. 30.

207 ur. 17, 1902.

April 20, 1901 Dec. 8, 1907. 266 April 24, 1902)

924 Mar. 14, 1903.

April
Dec.

9, 1902
2, 190.3.
263 May 2, 1903

Nov. 28

910

6, 1903 April 4, 1904

April
Dec. 4, 1904
May 5, 1904 Nov. 26.

205 April 3, 1905

May 10, 1904 Dec. 15, 19:5. 257 Мяу 4, 1965. Nov. 28.

909 Mar. , 1906 Dec.

April 29, 1905 5, 1906, 260 May 2, 1906 Nov. 25..

211 Mar. 18, 1907.

April 15, 1906 1907 May 1, 1907

April * At Duffalo. The record in the above table to kept by the tale Superiutendeat of Public Works

May
May
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Dec.

Dec.

924
224
223
223
226
226
229
917
218
213
920
902
2105
215
197
211
214
937
212
220
211
211
209
209
205

Dec.

Dec.

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