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SIR SAMUEL WHITE BAKER
CYPRUS AS I SAW IT IN 1879
page 476

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APPENDIX. METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER THROUGHOUT JOURNEYS IN CYPRUS FROM IST FEBRUARY TO 2IST AUGUST, 1879. i S < i 00 •S District. Month. Remaries Sec. fri ι Mea n ι I 1.c « a • c χ s '3 S M rt deg. deg. in. Messari a . . February . . 4° 57 68 37 0-80 Carpas . . . March . . . 49 60 68 45 171 Kyrenia and at 7 A.M. 83 47 o'oo Max. 83oatM0φhu. 63 78 April ... Baffo . . . . 57 o'oo Liraasol. . . *To May 11 . . 64 84 56 62 0*30 4,34 0 ft . abov e sea . 73 4» Trooditissa. . 11 to 31 May . 56Λ 66 71 Λ 78 54 I'I3 One shower, 1} hour.tune ... r do. . . . 7 -Λ 78 84 65 0-13 do. d .July . ... t 8o 62 do. 15 044 nun.do . . . ι t o 2 1 August . 67 74 . The mountain show en. dtd not extend to ti451 low country. It will be remarked that August at Trooditissa is considerably lower in temperature than July. The following data, from ist to 17th August, kindly supplied mc by Lieut.-Colonel White, Chief Commissioner of Lefkosia, will exhibit the difference between that station, 442 feet above the sea level, and Trooditissa Monastery, 4,340 feet.

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