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SAXBY'S PREDICTIONS FOR 1865. April Ist, Bth, l£tth,,22nd, 28th N.B.— The 24th to 28th may be very likely to prove greatly unsettled May 6th, 13th, 20th, 26th N.B.— From 20th to 26th it is likely to be a very unsettled period June 2nd, 9th, 16th, 22nd, 29th 40^ July 7tn, 13th, 20tli, 27th August 3rd, 9th, (7th, 23rd, 30th September 6th, 12th, 19th; 27th . October 3rd, 9th. 16th, 24th, 31st November 6th r 13th, 20th, 27th December 3rd, 10th, 18tfa, 24th, 31st. N.B.— tf the day marked "prove calm and still ■distrust the day after, and especially the second day after. " ' The changes vary in intensity, but even at ijuiet periods they may be plainly traced in the •cud 'flying with a velocity totally at variance with the state of the air at the earth's surface, «nd the clouds at such times generally have a liny or stratified appearance, which usually indicates approaching rain. - S. M. SAXBY.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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