The shepherd of Banbury's rules to judge of the changes of the weather, grounded on forty years' experience; by which you may know the weather for several days to come, and in some cases for months. To which is added a rational account of the causes of such alterations, the nature of the wind, rain, snow, &c. By John Claridge, shepherd.
|Main Author:||Claridge, John.|
London, Printed for T. Hurst, E. Chance, & co., 1827.
A new ed., cor.
xi, 56 p.
|Original Classification Number:||QC 998 .C59 1827|
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