|Dates of Creation||1866/07/26|
|Scope & Content||
July 26th, 1866
In your last sheet, you left out (I presume by an over sight) the record of July 17th. the hotest ever known here.
July 17th 1866: 5 A.M., 82-6 A.M., 82-7 A.M., 85-9
A.M., 89 to 90-10 A.M., 92-11 A.M., 94 to 99-12 noon,
99 to nearly 100-1 P.M., 99-2 P.M., 99-3 P.M., 99-4
P.M., 98-5 P.M., 94-6 P.M. 90.
Long Island Star
July 26th 1866
Mr. Editor Please publish in your next sheet the record of the heat of July 17th the hottest known here.
Many of your subscribers would like to have a copy for reference
Wm. S. Mount