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Helvellyn.
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
Saddleback.
Threlkeld, where the first observation was made, is 235 feet above the level of Keswick Lake, which is 228 feet above the sea.
above Keswick Lake. above the Sea
The height of Saddleback—the Pummel 2615 2843
the Crupper 2561 2789
Skiddaw.
The Oak Inn at Keswick, where the first observation was made, is 28 feet above the lake, which is 228 feet above the sea.
above Keswick Lake. above the Sea
The height of Latrigg 330 558
of Half-way stone 1408 1636
of the summit of Skiddaw 2789 3017
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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