[this is written on the same sheet as a note from Lady Elisabeth - see Doc. No: 01110]
February 27. 1823.
My dear Henry,
I send you my journal of the weather, as you desired me, in return for yours.
Monday Jan. 27. Beautiful weather clouds.
Tuesday. Jan. 28. Tolerably fine weather. Scirocco
Wednesday Jan. 29. Scirocco much the same.
Thursday. Jan 30 Rather gloomy in the morning but fine afterwards. Scirocco.
Friday. Jan. 31. Rainy day.
Saturday. February 1. Cloudy mild wind rain
Sunday Feb. 2. Scirocco mild wind
Tuesday Feb 4. Pretty fine in the morning heavy rain at 3 oclock.
Wednesday Feb 5. Fine morning clouded towards the afternoon, but no [illegible deletion] rain
Thursday 6. Feb. tems couvert <1>
Friday 7. February. Much the same very mild
Saturday 8 Feb. Gloomy in the morning sunshine rain
Sunday 9 Feb. Beautiful weather without a cloud.
Monday 10 Feb Spring weather.
Tuesday 11 Feb. Cloudy but rather fine for the end of the Carnival
Ash-Wednesday 12 Feb. Fine weather but not steady
Thursday. 13 Feb. Gloomy weather strong wind
Friday. 14 Delightful sunny day & fresh air
Saturday 15 cold wind pretty fine weather
Sunday 16 Hail bad weather & unsteady
Monday 17 Tems couvert mild wind
Tuesday 18 fine weather sunshine tramontana <2>
Wednesday 19 fine in the morning cold afternoon
Thursday 20 Tramontana very near raining but did not
Friday 21 cold & strong tramontana beautiful sun & italian [sic] sky.
Saturday 22 tramontana italian sun & sky. not so cold as yesterday
Sunday 23rd. Cloudy in the morning & rain Cleared up in the afternoon Sunshine Rather hot.
I am so hurried for time, that I have no time to write a longer letter
Your affectionate Sister
Monr H. Fox Talbot
1. Overcast weather.
2. A word for wind, meaning from the mountain implying good weather.