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43. An act authorising the Auditor General to settle the accounts of Mathew Stanley, late inspector of the second brigade, third division, Pennsylvania militia.
44. An act to prevent the issuing of bank notes of certain amount.
45. An act to incorporate the Penn's creek navigation company.
46. An act to enable Henry Russel, of Greene county, to sell and convey certain real estate.
47. An act authorizing the stockholders to close the concerns of the Westmoreland bank of Pennsylvania. 48. An act relative to the discharge of mortgages filed in the land office.
49. An act to legitimate Province M'Cormick. 50. An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate the Shippenville and Emlenton turnpike road company.
51. An aet to authorize a loan to defray the expense of the Pennsylvania canal and rail road, and to continue for a further time, an act to incorporate the subscribers to the bank of Pennsylvania, and for other purposes.' 52. An act to incorporate the fire insurance company of Northampton county.
70. An act for the relief of Catharine Cryder and Elizabeth Budding, widows of revolutionary soldiers.
71. A supplement to an act, entitled, "an act, to authorize the Governor to incorporate the Columbia, Washington and Port Deposit road company, in Lancaster county, the Monongahela and Coal Hill turnpike road company, in the county of Allegheny, and the Mt. Pleasant Free road company, in the county of Westmoreland'
53. An act relative to an act, entitled 'an act, for the election of constables in certain townships.'
54. An act explanatory of the act, entitled 'an act, relative to the patenting of lands, passed the 8th day of April, 1829."
72. An act making appropriations for canals and roads.
62. An act relative to constables, in Susquehanna and Beaver counties.
63. A supplement to the act, entitled 'an act, to tect the public in the full benefit and enjoyment of the works constructed for the purposes of inland naviga tion,'
73. An act for the relief of Samuel Gibson and William Riddles, late supervisors of Nippenose township, in the county of Lycoming, and John Vanhorn, late supervisor of Perry township, Jefferson county.
55. An act for the relief of certain county treasurers. 56. A further supplement to the act, entitled 'an act for the prevention of vice and immorality and of unlawful gaming and restraining disorderly sports and dissipation, passed the 22d April, 1794.'
57. An act to authorize the president and managers of the Ridge turnpike, to grant to the corporation of Spring Garden, so much of the Ridge turnpike as lies within the district of Spring Garden, upon the conditions herein after specified, and for other purposes.
58. An act incorporating the town of Wellsborough, into a borough.
59. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company to erect a bridge over the Monongahela river.
60. An act to provide for the erection of a house for the employment and support of the poor, in the county of Lebanon.
61. An act to incorporate the Philipsburg and Juniata rail road company.
74. A supplement to the act, entitled 'an act, to endow the House of Refuge, and for other purposes, passed the 2d day of March, 1827.'
75. A further supplement to the act, entitled 'an act, to enable the Governor to incorporate a company for making an artificial road by the best and nearest route from the borough of Sunbury, in the county of Northumberland, to the borough of Reading, in the county of Berks.'
state, and for other purposes.'
65. An act granting a gratuity to Captain William Morrow,
83. An act relative to the state road between Greers the direction of Petersburg. burg, in the county of Beaver, and the Ohio state line in
84. An act to authorize the commissioners of Potter, acts therein named, and for appointing trustees of the Allegheny and Lancaster counties, to perform certain estate of James Decker, of Luzerne county, a maniac.
85. A supplement to the act, entitled "an act, to e pro-land, and the town of Butler, in the county of Butler, inrect the town of Milton, in the county of Northumber to boroughs, passed the 26th day of February, 1827.
86. An act for the relief of Sarah Smith and Catharine Stengel, widows of revolutionary soldiers.
and Rosanna Shelly, the widow of a soldier of the rev 87. An act for the relief of John Weller, a soldier,
76. An act for the relief of Andrew Stough, and others, soldiers, and Sarah Lebo, the widow of a soldier of the revolutionary war.
77. An act extending the time of holding the courts of common pleas, in Bradford county, and changing the time of holding the courts in Tioga, M'Kean and Potter counties.
78. An act for the relief of sundry soldiers of the rev olutionary war.
79. An act for the relief of Frederick Burkhart, a soldier of the revolution..
soldier of the revolution.
a soldier of the revolution.
64. An act supplementary to an act, entitled an act, to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company,
for making an artificial road by the nearest and best route, the counties of Wayne and be
ginning at the river Delaware, where the proposed bridge is to be built, near the town of Milford, thence through the said town and the counties aforesaid, to or age, and Mary Hamilton and James Given, guardians
Hamilton, late of Cumberland county, deceased, Alex 83. An act to enable Mary Hamilton, widow of James ander Hamilton, a son of said deceased, who is orfans
tain real estate.
89. An act directing re-payment of loans from certain
90. An act to legitimate Harrison Ely, son of Corne
66. A further supplement to the act, entitled 'an act
to incorporate the Kensington district of the Northern lius Ely. Liberties.'
to regulate the general elections within this common-collect certain taxes.
67. A further supplement to the act, entitled 'an act, tingdon township, Westmoreland county, to assess and 91. An act authorizing the supervisors of East Hun
wealth, passed the 15th day of February, 1799, as relates to the county of Crawford.'
68. An act for the relief of Jesse Smith, of Bradford county.
69. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate the president, managers and company of the Indiana and Kiskeminetas turnpike road.
sell and convey certain real estate.
tive to collateral inheritances.'
94, An act to enable Molton C. Rogers and Nathaniel W. Sample, Jun. guardians of the minor children of
Jasper Slaymaker, deceased, to sell and convey their interest in certain real estate.
TITLES OF ACTS.
95. An act to incorporate a company for making a turnpike road from Honesdale to the Belmont and Easton turnpike or the Milford and Owego turnpike, within two miles of Clarkesville in Wayne county.
96. An act to revive and continue in force, the act entitled 'an act to authorize the Governor to incorporate the Juniata bridge company, in the county of Huntingdon, and to extend the time limited by law for completing the Abington and Waterford turnpike road,
97. An act regulating hawkers and pedlars.
98. An act to authorise the Governor to incorporate the Armagh and Conemaugh turnpike road company.
99. An act authorizing the State Treasurer to pay a certain sum of money to Daniel Moore, of Washington county.
100. An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company for the purpose of erecting a permanent bridge over the river Conemaugh, at or near Clark's ferry on the road leading from Indiana, through Abnerville to Ligonier, in Westmoreland county.
101. An act for the relief of Robert Hodge and Daniel Clark, of Mercer county.
102. An act to organize the provisional county of Jefferson, for judicial purposes.
103. An act authorizing the laying out a state road from Greenville, in Mercer county, through Georgetown, to Franklin, in Venango county.
104. An act to authorize the sale of certain real estate held in trust for the congregation called the United Reformed and Lutheran congregations of St. Peter's church, in Pine Grove township, Schuylkill county.
105. An act to enable Henry Neff and Wm. Swoope, guardians of the minor children of Henry Swoope, to sell and convey the interest of said minors in a certain iron manufactory.
106. An act refunding to Thomas Jones, certain monies expended by him in the improvement of the Susquehanna river.
107. An act for the relief of sundry soldiers, and Sarah Lindsay and Elizabeth M'Mullin, the widows of soldiers of the revolution.
108. A supplement to an act entitled 'an act authorising the laying out of certain state roads in Greene, Cumberland and Schuylkill counties, passed March 19th, 1829.'
109. An act to establish a public ferry on the west branch of the Susquehanna, near the house of George Porter, in Clinton township, Lycoming county.
110. An act authorising the citizens of the town of Madisonburg, in the county of Centre, to levy a tax on real property for the purpose of keeping in repair the pipes conveying the water into said town.
111.A supplement to the act to incorporate the town of Newville.
112. A supplement to the act entitled an act for the relief of Catharine Cadwallader, widow of John Cadwallader, deceased.
113. An act to extend the charter of the Southwark bank, the Northampton bank, and the Farmers' bank of Bucks county.
114. An act authorising the laying out and re-locating of certain state roads in Westmoreland, Fayette, Allegheny, Washington, Armstrong, Beaver, Berks, Lehigh, Mifflin and Cumberland counties, and repeal ing an act authorising the laying out a state road in nion county. 115. An act providing the means of employing and supporting the convicts in the eastern and western penitentiaries of this state.
116. An act relative to landlord and tenant. 117. An act for the relief of William Clark, adminis trator of George Donahu, deceased.
118. An act relative to the accounts of supervisors and overseers of the poor in Tioga, Huntingdon and Clearfield counties.
140. An act to encourage the destruction of foxes and wild cats in the counties of Centre, Lycoming, Adams and Perry.
141. An act authorising certain commissioners to view and lay out certain state roads.
142. An act relative to the distribution of the pamphlet laws and journals of this commonwealth, in Warren county.
143. An act for the relief of sundry soldiers, and widows of soldiers of the revolutionary war.
144. A further supplement to the act, entitled an act to enable the Governor of this commonwealth to incorU-porate a company for making an artificial road by the best and nearest route from Waterford, in the county of Erie, through Meadville and Franklin, to the river Susquehanna at or near the mouth of Anderson's creek, in Clearfield county; and also to incorporate a company for making an artificial road from the town of Northumberland, in the county of Northumberland, by the best and nearest route to the West branch of the Susquehanna, at or near the mouth of Anderson's creek, passing through Derrstown, Youngmanstown, Aaronsburg, Bellefonte and Milesburg, passed the 29th day of April,
133. An act concerning weights and measures.
134. An act to authorise the executors of Jacob Pain ter, deceased, to sell certain real estate.
135. An act relative to the appointment of canal commissioners.
136. An act for the improvement of the Philadelphia and Baltimore road.
137. An act to enable John Hassenplugh, administrator of David Neihard, deceased, to sell and convey the interest of minors in real estate.
138. An act to enable Christian Mosser, administrator of John Mosser, to sell and convey certain real estate. 139. An act authorising the administrator of Lewis H. Conover, to sell and convey certain real estate.
145. An act authorising the laying out a state road from the bridge over the river Delaware, at New-Hope, through Doylestown, over the new bridge at Norristown, Montgomery county, through West Chester, to the state line, in a direction to Baltimore, in the state of Maryland.
146. A further supplement to an act, entitled 'an act to provide for the education of children at the public expense within the city and county of Philadelphia, passed the third day of March, 1818.
147. A supplement to an act, entitled 'a supplement to an act to enable the Governor of this commonwealth, to incorporate a company for opening a canal and lock navigation between the rivers Delaware and Schuykill, through the southern section of the county of Philadelphia, passed the 30th day of March, 1829.’
148. An act authorising the laying out of certain state roads in Butler, Armstrong and Venango counties.
149. A supplement to an act, entitled 'an act for tak ing lands in execution for the payment of debts, passed
150. An act supplementary to the several acts, incorporating a company to make a turnpike road from the northern termination of the York and Conewago turnpike road, to the west end of the Harrisburg bridge.
151 An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate a company to erect a bridge over the river Juniata, opposite Montgomery street, in the borough of Hunting
152. An act relating to the service of process by sheriffs.
153. An act to enable Mary Talbot, to sue for the amount of a certain bond.
154. An act for the levy and collection of taxes upon proceedings in courts, and in the offices of register and recorder, and for other purposes.
155. A further supplement to the act entitled 'an act for the regulation of the militia of this commonwealth.'
171. An act authorising the executor of Jacob Miller, late of Lancaster county, deceased, to sell and convey certain real estate.
172. An act authorising Frederick Hill, to appeal in a certain case.
156. An act to incorporate the Tuscarora and Coal run tunnel and rail-road company.
157. An act authorising and requiring the Surveyor General to accept returns of surveys in certain cases.
158. An act to provide for the erection of a house of employment and support of the poor in the county of Washington.
173. An act erecting the town of Petersburg, in the county of Huntingdon, into a borough.
174. A supplement to an act, entitled an act to incorporate the Mine Hill and Schuylkill Haven rail road
182. An act for the furtherance of justice between obligors and obligees and other creditors and debtors.
183. A supplement to the act, entitled 'an act to enable the Governor of this commonwealth to incorporate a company for making an artificial road from the inter section of Front street and the Germantown road in the Northern Liberties of the city of Philadelphia, through Frankford and Bristol to the ferry at Morrisville, on the river Delaware, and to authorise the Governor to incor porate the Bedford and Frankstown turnpike road com pany, and for other purposes.
184. An act authorising the sale and conveyance of certain real estate, and vesting the right of this commonwealth to the escheated estate of Henry Craig in the heirs of Jane Craig, deceased.
159. An act relative to certain real estate.
185. An act to authorise the Governor to incorporate
160. An act for the relief of Philip Renn and Frederick Gump, soldiers of the revolutionary war, and grant ing compensation to Mary Baker, the widow of Andrew M'Gahey for a tract of donation land.
a company to erect a bridge over the west branch of
161. An act for the relief of James Moore, David Blakely, John Lokart and Joseph Algier, soldiers of the revolutionary war.
186. A further supplement to the act entitled “an act to declare and regulate escheats.'
187. An act to provide for the settlement of the con162. An act for the relief of Samuel Dewees and Na-cerns of the Farmers and Mechanics' bank of Greenthaniel Irwin, soldiers, and Margaret Irwin, the widow of a soldier of the revolutionary war.
163. An act for the relief of Joseph Pipes and Fred erick Leader, soldiers, and Elizabeth Welsh, and Eliza beth Bough, widows of soldiers of the revolutionary war. 164. An act to incorporate the Lyken's Valley rail road and coal company, in Dauphin county.
165.An act to regulating election districts.
uty marshal of Berks and Schuylkill counties, and to
167. An act to provide for additional clerk hire and contingent expenses in the office of the secretary of the land office and of the auditor general.
175. A further supplement to an act, entitled an act for establishing a Health Office, and to relieve the city and port of Philadelphia from the introduction of pestilential and contagious diseases, and for other purposes.
176. An act for the appointment of commissioners to run, mark and fix the division line between the town. ship of Catawissa, in the county of Columbia, and the township of Shamokin, in Northumberland county,
177. A supplement to an act entitled, an act authorising the Governor to incorporate the Northampton wa ter company, and to continue in force, an act entitled an act to incorporate the York Manufacturing company.
178. An act to regulate Inns and Taverns.
179. A further supplement to the act directing the descent of intestates real estates, and distribution of their personal estates, and for other purposes therein mentioned, passed the 19th day of April, 1794.
180. An act relative to the Lehigh coal and naviga tion company and the Susquehanna and Lehigh canal company.
181. An act to incorporate the Middleport and Penn creek rail road company.
188. A further supplement to an act authorising the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a per manent bridge over the river Schuylkill, at or near the borough of Norristown, in the county of Montgomery. 189. An act authorising the Governor to incorporate the Delaware and Susquehanna rail road company.
190. An act regulating election districts. 191. An act relative to Little Fishing creek, in Colum bia county, to supervisors in Butler and Mercer Coun ties, and changing the name of Greersburg, and declar ing Chest creek and the out-let of Sugar Creek Lake public highways.
168. An act graduating the duties upon wholesale dealers and retailers of merchandize and prescribing the mode of issuing licences and collecting said duties. 169. An act for the relief of Melissa L. Moore, of the county of Philadelphia.
1. Resolution relative to Purdon's Digest. 2. Resolution relative to payment of collectors and lock-keepers on the Pennsylvania canal.
3. Resolution relative to furnishing the executive chamber in the state capitol.
170. An act to authorise Charles A. Barnitz and J.
4. Resolution relative to authorising the payment of Schmidt, committee of the person and estate of Thomas a certain sum of money, now in the treasury of the
Prowell, of York county, to purchase real estate.
commissioners of the internal improvement fund.
5. Resolution to rescind a resolution relative to a road adjoining the Pennsylvania canal, in Hemlock township, Columbia county, passed the 23d April, 1829.
met, they or a majority of them, in addition to the du ties they now perform by law, proceed to make a just and equitable valuation of the yearly rental of each and every inn and tavern within the proper township, borough, ward or district, having due regard to the busi
6. Resolution relative to the tariff of 1828.
7. Resolution relative to certain obstructions on the rivers Lackawaxen and Delaware, erected by the Hud-ness done therein, and shall make return thereof to the son and Delaware canal and rail road company. county commissioners of the proper county at the time they make returns of the said transcripts, whose duty it shall be to examine, equalize and adjust the same as to them shall seem just and reasonable, and shall immediately thereafter lodge them with the clerks of the courts aforesaid of the proper city or county, who shall present them to the judges thereof, at the next term thereafter,
8. Resolution relative to a revised code of Pennsylvania. 9. Resolution relative to the Delaware and Hudson canal company.
Of the Laws passed at the last Session of the Legislature, we have made the following classification. Public-For the benefit of the state at large, 36 Local or benefits limited to certain places or districts of the state, 48
who shall grant licenses to such of the persons therein named as they may deem it just and expedient, and it shall be the duty of the clerks of said courts to make out two copies of the said returns under their seal of office, and to lodge one with the county treasurer, transmit one to the auditor general, and the original shall be filed in the clerk's office. And the county commissioners of the several counties within this commonwealth, shall in their precept to be issued for the triennial assessment for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, require of the assessors of the several townships, boroughs, wards or districts throughout the same, to make a return and valuation as aforesaid, of all inns and taverns, and the names of such other persons, as are or shall be desirous of keeping inns or taverns, and so at each triennial assessment thereafter, which said returns and valuation shall be proceeded upon by the commissioners, and by the proper court as is herein directed for the return and valuation of one thousand 191 eight hundred and thirty.
Private-Relief of revolutionary soldiers,
ACT REGULATING INNS & TAVERNS.
Settlements of estates,
Mixed-partaking of both public and private
Section 4. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That from and after the time when the clerks AN ACT TO REGULATE INNS & TAVERNS. of the several courts aforesaid shall have deposited the return of inns and taverns with the respective county Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of treasurers as directed by the third section of this act, Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the said county treasurers shall in lieu of the sums now in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by paid for licenses, demand and receive the following the authority of the same, That no person after the first sums, to wit: for a license granted to any person or per of January next, shall be licensed by any court of quar- sons for keeping an inn or tavern, the yearly rental of ter sessions or mayor's court within this commonwealth, which has been estimated as aforesaid not to exceed to keep an inn or tavern unless recommended by at least one hundred dollars, the sum of ten dollars, for the twelve reputable citizens of the ward, borough or town-privilege of keeping an inn or any such tavern for the ship, in which the said inn is proposed to be kept, who space of one year, next following such license, and the shall certify that the person so recommended is of good said county treasurers respectively shall demand and repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provid- receive as aforesaid, an additional sum of four per cent. ed with house room and conveniences for the lodging upon the ascertained value of the yearly rental of eveand accommodation of strangers and travellers. Section 2. And be it further enacted by the authori- inn or tavern, which shall exceed one hundred dolty aforesaid, That it shall be the duty of the said courts, and it is hereby enjoined upon them, to license no more inns or taverns within their respective jurisdictions than shall in their opinion be necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, nor then unless upon the face of the certificate and petition, or from their own knowledge, or upon the evidence by them sought for and obtained, they shall be satisfied of the fitness of the persons applying and the sufficiency
of the accommodations.
Section 5. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the adjusted lists which the county commissioners of the respective counties within this commonwealth are required by the third section of this act, to deliver to the judges of the respective mayors' courts or courts of quarter sessions of the peace, shall contain a statement of the adjusted rental of each inn paid thereon, according to the provisions of the third or tavern, together with the amount of license to be
section of this act.
Section 6. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, that if any license be granted by the proper court for the keeping of a house as an inn or tavern, not having been so kept before that time, the price of such license shall be fixed by the court until the next assessment.
Section 3. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That it shall be the duty of the county commissioners within the several counties throughout this commonwealth, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty, to send with the transcript of the last triennial assessment to the respective township, borough, ward, or district assessor, their precept requiring the said assessor to make out a just and perfect return in alphabetical order or otherwise, as said commissioners may direct, of the names of all inkeepers and tavern keepers within their townships, boroughs, wards or districts, and of such other persons as may be desirous of keeping an inn or tavern, and the principal as-required to report or cause to be reported to the court sessor shall require the assistant assessors last chosen in of quarter sessions of the county of Philadelphia, or the his respective township, borough, ward or district to mayor's court of the city of Philadelphia, as the case meet him at some convenient place therein, and being may be, all persons who sell spirituous liquors without
Section 7. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That "the guardians for the relief and employment of the poor of the city of Philadelphia, the district of Southwark, and the townships of the Northern Liberties and Penn," are hereby authorized and
license, and all persons who violate any law of this com monwealth respecting licensed houses.
Section 8. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That no persons shall be licensed to keep an inn or tavern within this commonwealth, in any other mode than is pointed out by this act, and it shall and may be lawful for any court of quarter sessions, or mayor's court, on the conviction of any person so licensed, of any offence, or upon any well grounded complaint to them made of disorderly riots, or other improper conduct in any house so licensed, or of disobedience to the provisions of this act, in their discretion, to declare the license to be forfeited, which declaration shall be entered upon record, and the license shall thereupon cease and determine.
Section 9. And be it further enacted by the authori ty aforesaid, That if any person or persons, shall sell or retail within the city or county of Philadelphia, or any other county of this commonwealth, less than one quart of vinous or spirituous liquors to be delivered at one time, and to one or more persons, without having first obtained license agreeably to law for that purpose, he, she or they, shall upon conviction thereof in any court of competent jurisdiction, pay a fine not exceed ing one hundred dollars.
Section 10. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That it shall and may be lawful for the owner or manager of any theatre or circus within this commonwealth, to make appplication for the privilege of selling vinous and spirituous liquors within the same, setting forth the number of bars or counters or other devices for the exposure to sale of liquors which they purpose to erect and their localities, and such manager or owner on the payment to the county treasurer of the sum of seventy-five dollars, for one bar or counter, and of fifty dollars, for every bar or counter more than one, shall receive a license for vending vinous and spirituous liquors at the specified number of bars or counters for one year, and on payment of a proportional sum, with 20 per cent. additional, shall receive a license for any fraction or part of a year not less than one month.
Section 11. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That every act and acts or parts thereof heretofore at any time passed, concerning tavern licenses, the provision or provisions of which is or are repug. nant to or inconsistent with this act, be and they are hereby repealed and made of no effect after the time and times this act shall take effect.
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Thermometer Atmosp. Variations
9 12 3 A.M.
29 633 38 | 34 Cloudy | Cloudy 28 4 24 29 29 Snow 29 7 22 39 46 Clear 29 8 16 43 49 Clear 29 7 17 39 44 Clear 29 5 40 45 50 Cloudy
29 5 45 49 58 Sunshn. Cloudy 29 5 29 4 43 49 48 Sunshn. Sunshn. 29 7 29 6 39 54 58 Clear Cloudy 29 5 29 5 37 45 40 Cloudy Rain 28 7 28 6 32 37 39 Snow Cloudy Clear 29 129 1 37 48 55 Clear Clear 29 4 29 2 42 60 65 Clear 29 0 29 0 52 64 69 Cloudy Cloudy 29 0 29 0 54 55 53 Rain METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER. MAUCH CHUNK, March 1st, 1830. To the Editor of the Pioneer:
A year has elapsed since the commencement of the Mauch Chunk Thermometer Table, &c. The fol lowing is a summary thereof, from March 1st, (inclusive) to March
30 33 31 Cloudy 29 7 213236 Clear 29 4 33 47 60 Clear
40 46 39 Cloudy Rain 29 6 29 41 39 Clear Cloudy 29 4 40 43 42 Cloudy | Rain
Average of Thermometer for each month.
29 6 36 44 62 Clear Clear 29 6 32 40 44 Cloudy Cloudy 28 3 43 48 48 Rain
Rain 29 5 48 54 59 Sunshn. Clear 39 55 65 Clear
48 52 Clear
Quantity of dissolved snow each month.
26.79 Depth of Rain 34.97; Depth of dissolved Snow,
33.7312 3.22775 inches Average
depth of rain in each month.
582-12-48.5 temperature of the atmosphere, on an average during the year-the daily account being taken at three periods, viz: From about a half an hour to an hour after sunrise, at noon and sunset.-Lehigh