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A most [[??]] important in regard to these facts (extreme cold of 1856 various parts of the country) is, that in no case is it apparent that these cold extremes come from the north, or are caused by north winds, or an inflection of the polar atmosphere southward. The views previously suggested on this point - that the cold of the lower latitudes in winter was produced mainly by severe and continuous northerly winds, blowing. perhaps, come from the Arctic regions in appe[[?]] not to be supported in any of these cruises [[?]] Blodyst Climatology of the N.S. [[encircled]] 307 [[/encircled]] Boston Boston N 42[[degree symbol]] 21 L. 91[[degree symbol]] - 03' 48 [[strikethrough]]8' [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] London [[underscore]] 51 [[degree symbol]] - 29' Low [[/underscore]] 49 [[degree symbol]] - 7 [[degree symbol]] early [[?]] 9 [[degree symbol]]-8' London Winter 39-2 [[underscore]] 66 [[/underscore]] Boston " [[ditto for winter]] 28-3 London 548 Geo. miles.N.of B.
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