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Dr. Berger on the Isle of Man.
Temperature of several Springs in the Isle of Man, to deduce by approximation the mean temperature of the climate of that island.
Names. Elevation in feet above
the level of the Sea.
Temperature
of the Springs.
Farane-y-phing; pronounced Faraan-e-fing 1264 feet 45° ⅓ Fahr.
On S. Bor-roilva slope undetermined 45° ½
Near to the top of Slieau-y-Garnane 960 by approximation 46°
Cass-ny-hawin, Head of the river 422 46° ⅓
St. Patrick's well; Kirk Lonan undetermined 47° ½
Spring between Glen-Roy and Glen-Laxey undetermined 47° ½
South-Quay Douglass 0 48° ½
Ditto 0 48° ¼
Pigeon-Spring, on Walberry How undetermined 48° ½
Hampton-house 407 49°
ditto ditto 49°
Vinch's well, Douglass-bay 0 49° ¾
Kirk St. Ann' Glebe 235 50°
Hamilton-bridge 220 50° ⅓
Fleshick bay 0 50° ¼
Kirk Lonan's Glebe 365 50° ⅓
Burchet's well, Calf of Man undetermined 50° ½
Cregga well undetermined 50° ½
Calf spring 0 51°
Mill-town spring undetermined 51° ¼
South-quay, Douglass 0 51° ½
Langness spring 0 51° ½
Ball-Fhallack spring, pronounced Balla-Salley, the royal residence undetermined 51° ½
South-quay Douglass 0 52°
Balla cregga' How undetermined 52°
Douglass-bridge, on the road to Castletown 0 52° ¼
Flax-mill Spring undetermined 52° ½
Fyshtel 0 52° ½
Purl-Keill-Moirrey, Port-le-Murray 0 52° ⅔
Mr. Gurley's well; Calf of Man 206 53°
Kirk-Oncan 204 54°
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Mean 49.99
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