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" ... to a sufficient depth, with a considerable slope. It should be placed where nothing can obstruct the descending snow from entering it, and where no drift snow may be blown into it. During a continued snow storm the snow may be occasionally pressed... "
Report of the Commission on additional water supply for the city of New York ... - Page 697
by New York (N.Y.). Commission on Additional Water Supply, William Hubert Burr - 1904 - 980 pages
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Instructions from the regents of the University to the several academies ...

1845
...snow may be blown into it. During a continued snow storm, the snow may occasionally be pressed down in it. The contents of the vessel must, at proper times,...into the gage, to ascertain its contents, which must then be entered in the gage column of the register. Observations by the Thermometer must be made every...
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Pike's Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical and ...

Benjamin Pike, Benjamin Pike (Jr.) - Scientific apparatus and instruments - 1848
...placed where nothing can obstruct the descending snow from entering it, and where no drift snow may be blown into it. During a continued snow storm the snow...over a fire, and the water produced poured into the gauge to ascertain its contents, which must be entered in the gauge column of the register. Price,...
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Meteorological Register for Twelve Years, from ... to ... Inclusive ...

1851
...placed where nothing can obstruct the descending snow from entering, and where no drift snow can be blown into it. During a continued snow storm, the snow may be occasionally pressed down. The contents of the vessel must be melted by placing it near the fire, with a cover to prevent evaporation,...
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Meteorological [afterw.] Army meteorological register

United States dept. of war, surgeon general's office - 1851
...plaeed where nothing ean obstruet the deseending snow from entering, and where no drift snow ean be blown into it. During a continued snow storm, the snow may be oeeasionally pressed down. The eontents of the vessel must be melted by plaeing it near the fire, with...
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Army Meteorological Register for 12 yrs, from 1843 to 1854 Inclusive ...

Brevet Brigadier General Thomas Lawson - 1855
...placed where nothing can obstruct the descending snow from entering, and where no drift snow can be blown into it. During a continued snow storm, the snow may be occasionally pressed down. The contents of the vessel must be melted by placing it near the fire, with a cover to prevent evaporation,...
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Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and ...

Benjamin Pike - 1848
...placed where nothing can obstruct the descending snow from entering it, and where no drift snow may be blown into it. During a continued snow storm the snow...over a fire, and the water produced poured into the gauge to ascertain its contents, which must be entered in the gauge column of the register. Price,...
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