|From two observations made the same day at Paterdale.—Day rainy.-The Barometer varied .194 in 5 hours.—The Inn at Paterdale is 24 feet above Ullswater.|
|The height of Grisdale brow above Ullswater||988|
|──── of RedTarn||1935|
|──── of the top of Helvellyn||2686|
|Threlkeld, where the first observation was made, is 235 feet above the level of Keswick Lake, which is 228 feet above the sea.|
|The Oak Inn at Keswick, where the first observation was made, is 28 feet above the lake, which is 228 feet above the sea.|
XIX. Barometrical Measurements.
By SAMUEL WOODS, Esq.
member of the geological society.[Read 19th November, 1812.]
In the following measurements only one observation was made at the lower station, unless the contrary is stated. They are calculated according to the formula of Sir Henry Englefield.
|Branch of the Mendip hills just above and eastward of Cross; the point appears to the eye to be one of the highest in the Mendip range. Height above Cross||670|