Formatting Examples/Gallery of Table Layouts

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  • The PP Examples on PG wiki page also contains links to etexts on PG which have complex tables. You can view these etexts on PG and get formatting ideas from them.


Military Instructors Manual

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Military Instructors Manual, Chapter 1, 016.png

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Contributed by mikeyc21 in forumpost:83864
Table attributed to JHowse.

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                        Drill            | Musketry Training
                    |   I.D.R.           | S.A.F.M.
====================|====================|==================
                    | 7.00-7.30 a.m.     |
                    | pars. 133-150      | 8.30-9.30 a.m.
                    | ------------------ | pars. 35-43
Monday, Sept. 10    | 7.30-8.00 a.m.     | Sight setting
                    | pars. 123-127      | and loadings
                    | ------------------ |
                    | 8.00-8.30 a.m.     |   
                    | pars. 159-198      |
====================|====================|==================
                    |                    | 9.30-10.30 a.m.
                    |                    | pars. 35-51
Tuesday, Sept. 11   | Same as for Monday | Sight setting
                    |                    | and loadings
====================|====================|==================
Wednesday, Sept. 12 | 7.00-8.00 a.m.     | 8.30-9.30 p.m.
                    | pars. 199-211      | pars. 35-57
                    | ------------------ | Sight setting
                    | 8.00-8.30 a.m.     | and loadings
                    | pars. 159-198      |
====================|====================|==================
                    | 7.00-8.00 a.m.     |
Thursday, Sept. 13  | pars. 199-224      | 10.00-11.00 a.m.
                    | ------------------ | pars. 35-60
                    | 8.00-8.30 a.m.     | Sight setting
                    | pars. 159-198      | and loadings
====================|====================|==================
                    | 7.00-8.30 a.m.     | 8.30-9.30 a.m.
Friday, Sept. 14    | pars. 159-224      | pars. 35-61
                    |                    | Sight setting
                    |                    | and loadings
====================|====================|==================
Saturday, Sept. 15  | As prescribed by Senior Instructors.
============================================================ 




Proportional Representation, 1911

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Proportional Representation (1911), Pg 268, 350.png

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Interesting Features:
  • Long column headings extracted into a Legend.
  • Columns D+E, F+G, H+I combined and data transposed into rows to save on table width.


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GENERAL ELECTION, 1895

Table headings:
Col A: Members
Col B: Registered Electors
Col C: Proportionate Number of Members
Col D: Members - Liberal, Labour and Irish
Col E: Members - Conservatives
Col F: Electorate of Constituencies held by - Liberal, Labour,
       and Irish Nationalists
Col G: Electorate of Constituencies held by - Conservative
Col H: Voters - Liberal, Labour, and Irish Nationalist
Col I: Voters - Conservative
Col J: Majority - Actual
Col K: Majority - With equal Single Member Constituencies
Col L: Majority - Under Proportional Representation.

           A    B        C       DE    FG         HI     J   K   L
                       Prop     Memb  Electorate Voters  Majority
         Memb   Elect  Memb                              Act Eq PR
Metropolis 60   573,141  61 LLI   8    70,056   161,328
                            Con  52   503,085   242,999  44  47 13
England:
South-East 48   472,725  50 LLI   2    24,057   152,213
                            Con  46   448,668   217,096  44  44  8
S.Midland  38   358,501  38 LLI   3    30,569   116,143
                            Con  35   327,932   164,052  32  32  6
East       29   294,153  31 LLI   8    70,467   101,736
                            Con  21   223,686   122,999  13  15  3
South-West 40   330,670  35 LLI  10    76,141   124,852
                            Con  30   254,529   144,435  20  19  3
W.Midland  58   589,881  63 LLI   9    85,544   195,545
                            Con  49   504,337   259,382  40  45  9
N.Midland  34   351,792  37 LLI  16   186,167   143,142       1
                            Con  18   165,625   149,436   2      1
North-West 70   728,292  78 LLI  10   114,035   273,585
                            Con  60   614,257   332,101  50  54  8
Yorkshire  52   565,799  61 LLI  28   317,932   238,032   4   7  1
                            Con  24   247,867   225,871
North      32   339,289  36 LLI  20   222,202   145,085   8  12  2
                            Con  12   117,087   124,697

ENGLAND   461 4,604,243 490 LLI 114 1,197,170 1,652,261
                            Con 347 3,407,073 1,983,068 233 236 48
Wales and
Monmouth   34   320,532  34 LLI  25   241,750   148,552  16  18  6
                            Con   9    78,782   108,036
Scotland   72   636,106  68 LLI  39   335,143   243,425   6   4  2
                            Con  33   300,963   234,138

Subtotal  567 5,560,881 592 LLI 178 1,774,068 2,044,238
                            Con 389 3,786,818 2,325,242 211 214 40

Ireland   103   727,562  78 LLI  82   549,467   317,910   61  42 28
                            Con  21   178,095   154,379

Total     670 6,292,443 670 LLI 260 2,323,530 2,362,148
                            Con 410 3,964,913 2,479,621 150 172 12
Majority                        150 1,641,383   117,473




The Navy in the Civil War

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The Navy in the Civil War (1883), Pg 229, 237.png

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MONITORS--STARBOARD COLUMN.

Tecumseh    1,034 tons, 2[1] guns, Commander T.A.M. Craven.
Manhattan   1,034  "    2  "       "      J.W.A. Nicholson.
Winnebago     970  "    4  "       "      Thomas H. Stevens.
Chickasaw     970  "    4  "    Lieut.-Com'r George H. Perkins.

WOODEN SHIPS--PORT COLUMN.

{Brooklyn    2,070 tons, 24 guns, Captain James Alden.
{Octorara      829  "     6  "    Lieut.-Com'r Chas. H. Greene.

{Hartford    1,900  "    21  "   {Rear-Admiral David G. Farragut,
{                                {Captain Percival Drayton.
{Metacomet     974  "     6  "    Lieut.-Com'r Jas. B. Jouett.

{Richmond    1,929  "    20  "    Captain Thornton A. Jenkins.
{Port Royal    805  "     6  "    Lieut.-Com'r Bancroft Gherardi.

{Lackawanna  1,533  "     8  "    Captain John B. Marchand.
{Seminole      801  "     8  "    Commander Edward Donaldson.

{Monongahela 1,378  "     8  "    Commander James H. Strong.
{Kennebec      507  "     5  "    Lieut.-Com'r Wm. P. McCann.

{Ossipee     1,240  "    11  "    Commander William B. Le Roy.
{Itasca        507  "     5  "    Lieut.-Com'r George Brown.

{Oneida      1,032  "     9  "    Commander J.R.M. Mullany.
{Galena        738  "    10  "    Lieut.-Com'r Clark H. Wells.



The Navy in the Civil War (long column headings)

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The Navy in the Civil War (1883), Pg 253, 261.png

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Interesting Features:
  • Long headings, originally set vertically now arranged as staggered rows.


Top portion of image showing heading detail:

Table-eg-ncw2.png

<sc>Batteries  (except Howitzers) of  Mississippi Squadron,
January, 1863.</sc>

-------------------+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--------------
                   |XI-in. sm.-bore
                   |   |IX-in. sm.-bore
                   |   |   |VIII-in. sm.-bore
                   |   |   |   |42-pdr. rifled
 <sc>Names</sc>    |   |   |   |   |32-pdr. sm.-bore
                   |   |   |   |   |   |100-pdr. rifled
                   |   |   |   |   |   |   |80-pdr. rifled
                   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |50-pdr rifled
                   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |30-pdr. rifled
                   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |20-pdr. rifled
-------------------+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--------------
Benton             |   |  8|   |   |  4|  2|   |  2|   |
Cairo              |   |   |  3|  1|  6|   |   |   |  1|
Carondelet         |   |  3|  4|  1|  1|   |   |  1|  1|
Cincinnati         |   |  3|  2|   |  6|   |   |   |  2|
DeKalb[1]          |   |   |  4|   | 12|   |   |   |   |  2
Louisville         |   |  2|  2|   |  6|   |   |   |  2|

 ....


Spalding's Baseball Guide 1895 (long column headings)

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Spalding's Baseball Guide and Official League Book 1895, pg. 84, 069.png

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Contributed by big_bill in forumpost:34786
Table attributed to scott.craig

Interesting Features:
  • As contributed to forum, long vertical headings were arranged as staggered rows.
  • In PG etext, post-processor opted to arrange headings vertically.
Table-eg-spald096.png

As contributed to gallery of tables in forum:

WASHINGTON| Victories and defeats                             |G|G
          | | EASTERN CLUBS.       | WESTERN CLUBS.           |r|r
vs.       | |                      |                          |a|a
          | |Baltimore.            |Cleveland.                |n|n
          | |  |New York.          |  |Pittsburgh.            |d|d
          | |  |  |Boston.         |  |  |Chicago.            | |
          | |  |  |  |Philadelphia.|  |  |  |St. Louis.       |T|%
          | |  |  |  |  |Brooklyn. |  |  |  |  |Cincinnatti.  |o|a
          | |  |  |  |  |  |Totals.|  |  |  |  |  |Louisville.|t|g
          | |  |  |  |  |  |  | %  |  |  |  |  |  |  |Totals. |a|e
          | |  |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |  |  |  | %   |l|
          | |  |  |  |  |  |  |    |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     |s|
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Mullarsky |W| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0|.000| 1| 0| 1| 0| 0| 0| 2|.667| 2|.667
          |L| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0|    | 0| 0| 0| 1| 0| 0| 1|    | 1|

Maul      |W| 1| 0| 1| 1| 1| 4|.267| 1| 1| 1| 0| 2| 2| 7|.636|11|.423
          |L| 2| 3| 3| 2| 1|11|    | 0| 1| 1| 1| 1| 0| 4|    |15|

Mercer    |W| 0| 0| 2| 2| 1| 5|.294| 0| 3| 1| 2| 1| 4|11|.500|16|.410
          |L| 4| 3| 1| 0| 4|12|    | 4| 2| 1| 1| 2| 1|11|    |23|

....

As re-arranged by Post-processor (and now on PG etext):

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
               EASTERN CLUBS            WESTERN CLUBS.
                        P                                               G
                        h                                           G   r
                        i                  P        C  L            r   a
               B        l               C  i        i  o            a   n
            W  a  N     a  B            l  t     S  n  u            n   d
            o  l  e     d  r      P     e  t  C  t  c  i      P     d   P
WASHINGTON  n  t  w  B  e  o      e     v  s  h  .  i  s      e         e
            /  i     o  l  o  T   r     e  b  i  L  n  v  T   r     T   r
vs.         L  m  Y  s  p  k  o   c     l  u  c  o  n  i  o   c     o   c
            o  o  o  t  h  l  t   e     a  r  a  u  a  l  t   e     t   e
            s  r  r  o  i  y  a   n     n  g  g  i  t  l  a   n     a   n
Pitchers    t  e  k  n  a  n  l   t     d  h  o  s  i  e  l   t     l   t
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mullarsky   W  0  0  0  0  0  0 .000    1  0  1  0  0  0  2 .667    2 .667
            L  0  0  0  0  0  0         0  0  0  1  0  0  1         1
Maul        W  1  0  1  1  1  4 .267    1  1  1  0  2  2  7 .636   11 .423
            L  2  3  3  2  1 11         0  1  1  1  1  0  4        15
Mercer      W  0  0  2  2  1  5 .294    0  3  1  2  1  4 11 .500   16 .410
            L  4  3  1  0  4 12         4  2  1  1  2  1 11        23



The Palace of Pleasure, v.1 (family tree)

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The Palace of Pleasure, v.1 047.png

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Suggested by nola and modified by JHowse in forumpost:263935

Interesting Features:
  • Example shown here is what was suggested in the forum.
  • Final etext at PG is in a different format with main line of descent shown first in skeleton form, and full text given in list form.
Palace047-tree-eg.png
                 William Painter[46a] = Dorothy, daughter
                of Twedall, parish of  | of ---- Bonham,
                Gillingham, the author | of Cowling. Ob.
                Ob. 1594               | Oct. 19, 1617,
                                       | Æt. 80.
                                       |
---+---------------+------------+------+----------+---------------------+
   |               |            |                 |                     |  
Dorothy=John    Helena=John     |             Catherine= ---- Champ,  Anna.
        Bagenhall      Hornby   |                   Co. Suff.         [46b]
                                |
-----------------------         |
Nathaniel=Joanna=John      Anthony=Catherine,    
Partrich         Orwell           | coheiress of
                                  | Robt. Harris,
                                  | Master in
                                  | Chancery.    
                                  |
                                  |
                              William of = Elizabeth, daughter              
                        Gillingham, died | of Walter Hickman,
                       about the time of | of Kew, Co. Surrey,
                         the restoration | Esq. relict of George
                         of Charles II.  | Allington, jun.
                                         |
                +------------------------+--------+----------------+
                |                                 |                |
            Allington=                      Elizabeth.[46c]    Anna[46c]
                     |                          
                     |
                 Robert, = Eleanora, youngest daughter
    who obtained an act    of Sir Thomas Seyliard,
       of parliament to    Bart. buried at Westerham.
    alienate the manors
    of Twedall and East
    Court.



Discovery of Witches (family tree)

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Pott's Discovery of Witches 294.png

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Interesting Features:
  • A complex table with a lot of descriptive text.
Dwitch294-tree-eg.png
         Elizabeth Sothernes,
         alias Old Demdike,
         died in prison in 1612,
         about 80 years old.
       1        |                   2
       ------------------------------
       |                            |
Christopher = Eliz.   Elizabeth, executed = John Device, or
Howgate. Both of      at Lancaster,       | Davies, supposed
them were reputed     1612.               | to have been bewitched
to be at the witches                      | to death,
meeting on Good                           | by Widow Chattox,
Friday, 1612, but                         | because he had not
were not indicted.                        | paid her his yearly
Perhaps they were                         | aghen dole of meal.
the "one Holgate                          |
and his wife" mentioned                   |
amongst the                               |
witches in 1633.                          |
          1                    2          |                 3
          ---------------------------------------------------
          |                    |                            |
     James Device, or      Alizon, executed        Jennet, 9 years old
     Davies, executed at   at Lancaster in 1612.   in 1612, and an evidence
     Lancaster in 1612.                            in the present
                                                   trial. Condemned
                                                   herself, along with
                                                   16 other persons,
                                                   for witchcraft, in
                                                   1633, when she appears
                                                   to have been
                                                   unmarried, but not
                                                   executed.

Anne Whittle, alias
Chattox, executed
at Lancaster, 1612,
about 80 years old.
       |
Anne, executed = Thomas Redferne.
in 1612.       |
               |
             Mary.



Manual of Surgery (wide family tree)

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Manual of Surgery 6th ed.: General Surgery 292.png

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Interesting Features:
  • A wide family tree originally in landscape layout shrunk to within the 75 character limit


Surgery292-tree-eg.png


Great-Great-Grandmother                Great-Great-Grandfather
Mrs D. (Lancashire) F                  M (History not known
                   .|                  |  as to bleeding)
                   .|                  |
                   .+----------+-------+
                   ............|
                              .|
                           ....|
                           .+---------+--------+
         Great-Grandmother .|         |        |
           (Married three  .F        MB       MB
                times)     .|
                           .|
                           .|
      By First Husband     .|                  By Second           By Third
              ..............|                  Husband             Husband
   +-----------+------------+----------+-------+-------+-----------+------+
   |          .|            |          |       +-------+-----------+------+
   M          .F            F          F       |       |           +------+
   |          .|            |          |       MB      F Died in      No
Died       Grandmother      |          |               | Childbed    Family
 æt.          .|            |     +-----------+   +----+---
 70           .|        +------+  |had family |   |
              .|        |      |  |but history|   |
              .|        MB    MB  |not known  |   MB
              .|
              .|
              .|.............................
+-----+----------+------------+------------+------------+-------------+
|     |          |            |            |.           |             |
|     |          |            |            |.           |             |
M     M          M            MB           F.           F             F
      |                                    |.           |             |
      |                                  Mother   +--+--+---+--+--+   |
    +----+                                 |.     |  |  |   |  |  |   |
    |    |                                 |.     M  M  MB  F  F  F   |
    M    F                                 |.                         |
     Not Married                           |.             +---+---+---+---+
                                           |.             |   |   |   |   |
                                           |.             MB  M   MB  M   M
                              .............|.
                         +-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+
                         |    .|    .|     |     |     |
                         |    .|*   .|*    |     |     |
                         M    MB    MB     F     F     F


F = Females.  M = Males (not bleeders).  MB = Males (bleeders)

 ** the patients observed by the authors. The dotted line shows the
    transmission of the disease to our patients through four
    generations.


Arizona Ghost Trails (wide table of climate data)

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Arizona Ghost Trails

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Table attributed to TheEileen

Interesting Features:
  • A very wide, dense table of climate data.
  • Divided into 3 plaintext sections, each less than 75 characters wide.
  • First column repeated in each section to help readers "join up" mentally.
  • Use of || (like in the image) as column division for greater clarity.
  • Notes under table are placed outside /* */ tags as the text is wrappable.
  • This example will be updated when the etext is posted.

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/*
Temperatures and Rainfall.

A = Temperature.
B = Rainfall.

=======================================================================
          | <sc>Camp  ||      Fort     ||      Camp     ||      Camp     ||
          |Apache.||     Bowie.    ||     Grant.    ||     Lowell.</sc>   ||
----------+-------||---------------||---------------||---------------||
          |   A   ||   A   |   B   ||   A   |   B   ||   A   |   B   ||
----------+-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||
          |  Deg. ||  Deg. | Inch. ||  Deg. | Inch. ||  Deg. | Inch. ||
          |       ||       |       ||       |       ||       |       ||
July      | 60-104|| 71-103|  0.50 || 58-109|  1.70 || 39-113|  0.08 ||
August    | 66- 88|| 64- 97|  1.34 || 55-102|  5.20 || 46-104|  2.73 ||
September | 52- 92|| 67- 99|  0.01 || 53- 99|  2.50 || 52-103|  0.62 ||
October   | 28- 92|| 42- 96|  0.03 || 35-100|  0.46 || 21-101|  0.00 ||
November  | 25- 81|| 33- 85|  1.12 || 31- 81|  3.38 || 30- 91|  1.32 ||
December  |  6- 62|| 20- 70|  2.02 || 21  82|  1.75 || 25- 78|  0.97 ||
January   |  6- 68|| 21- 67|  2.33 || 20- 85|  1.58 || 19- 78|  1.76 ||
February  | 10- 65|| 20- 67|  5.40 || 16- 80|  2.87 || 21- 75|  1.66 ||
March     | 18- 72|| 32- 79|  1.50 || 28- 86|  2.45 || 30- 79|  1.19 ||
April     | 31- 88|| 32- 82|  0.35 || 30- 93|  0.58 || 34- 97|  0.43 ||
May       | 38- 94|| 48-100|  0.00 || 30-101|  0.07 || 42-103|  0.07 ||
June      | 57-101|| 67-100|  0.00 || 54-105|  0.00 || 44-108|  0.00 ||
----------|-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||
          |       ||       | 14.60 ||       | 22.54 ||       | 10.83 ||
==========|=======||=======|=======||=======|=======||=======|=======||
[**continued]

===============================================================================
          |      <sc>Camp     ||      Camp     ||      Camp     ||      Fort     ||
          |    Mcdowell.  ||     Mojave.   ||     Verde.    ||    Whipple.</sc>   || Yuma,   |
          |               ||               ||               ||   (Prescott). ||  (Yuma City). ||
----------+---------------||---------------||---------------||---------------||
          |   A   |   B   ||   A   |   B   ||   A   |   B   ||   A   |   B   ||
----------+-------|-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||
          |  Deg. | Inch. ||  Deg. | Inch. ||  Deg. | Inch. ||  Deg. | Inch. ||
          |       |       ||       |       ||       |       ||       |       ||
July      | 72-113|  0.00 || 47-118|  0.00 || 48-113|  0.14 || 65- 91|  1.56 ||
August    | 65-108|  0.56 || 52-116|  3.80 || 58-102|  2.52 || 64- 85|  4.78 ||
September | 54-110|  0.00 || 45-108|  0.00 || 41- 97|  0.26 || 50- 82|  0.30 ||
October   | 33-108|  0.00 || 27-105|  0.00 || 21- 95|  0.00 || 33- 81|  0.00 ||
November  | 33- 99|  0.21 || 36- 89|  0.50 || 20- 74|  0.74 || 29- 72|  0.80 ||
December  | 27- 83|  4.70 || 29- 67|  2.80 ||  6- 57|  3.26 || 10- 65|  2.55 ||
January   | 24- 83|  3.10 || 27- 70|  0.19 ||  5- 59|  2.65 || 17- 67|  5.51 ||
February  | 18- 78|  2.86 || 29- 69|  5.00 || 12- 60|  2.05 || 10- 55|  5.68 ||
March     | 31- 79|  1.06 || 39- 80|  0.20 || 19- 72|  1.05 || 20- 65|  3.56 ||
April     | 43- 97|  1.30 || 54- 96|  0.10 || 27- 87|  1.48 || 34- 75|  1.70 ||
May       | 43-105|  0.30 || 63-107|  0.90 || 34-102|  0.08 || 41- 82|  0.65 ||
June      | 54-114|  0.00 || 75-111|  0.00 || 43-107|  0.00 || 55- 88|  0.00 ||
----------|-------|-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||-------|-------||
          |       | 14.09 ||       | 13.40 ||       | 14.19 ||       | 27.09 ||
==========|=======|=======||=======|=======||=======|=======||=======|=======||
[**continued]

============================
          |     <sc> Fort     ||
          |      Yuma.</sc>    ||
          |   Yuma City). ||
----------+---------------||
          |   A   |   B   ||
----------+-------|-------||
          |  Deg. | Inch. ||
          |       |       ||
July      | 69-112|  0.00 ||
August    | 71-106|  1.60 ||
September | 59-104|  0.00 ||
October   | 48-100|  0.00 ||
November  | 46- 86|  0.00 ||
December  | 39- 61|  0.64 ||
January   | 37- 72|  0.55 ||
February  | 35- 70|  0.85 ||
March     | 40- 82|  0.20 ||
April     | 45- 95|  0.00 ||
May       | 50-102|  0.00 ||
June      | 66-108|  0.00 ||
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          |       |  3.84 ||
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At Florence, July, 1877, the thermometer stood at 100 to 115 deg.

In Gila Valley, near the mouth of San Pedro, August and September, 1876, 50 deg. at sunrise; 105 deg. at 2 <sc>P. M.</sc>; early
in October, 30 deg. at sunrise--90 deg. at 2 P. M.; close of October, 15 deg. at sunrise--90 deg. at 2 <sc>P. M.</sc>

In Gila Valley, on the New Mexico and Arizona line, October 17th, 1876, at sunrise, 28 deg.--at base of mountain range,
ten miles distant, 40 deg.; Oct. 18th, at sunrise, 14 deg.--4,500 feet altitude; Oct. 19th, at sunrise, 40 deg.--5,200 feet altitude.

At Mineral Peak, during June and July, 1877, the thermometer repeatedly reached 100 deg.

August 8th to 13th, 1877, 30 miles below Sunset Crossing, on the Colorado Chiquito, the thermometer stood, at sunrise, 62
to 64 deg.; at 2 <sc>P. M.</sc> 82 to 85 deg.; at sunset, 71 to 75 deg.--3,700 feet above sea level.