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Washington, 253 Washington street. Opened for a time, May 25, 1845 Thermometer degrees below zero at sunrise, Feb. 25, 1773 20 degrees below zero at sunrise, Dec. 18, 1790 8 degrees below zero at sunrise, Jan. 5, 1835 1 degrees below zero at sunrise, all day, Dec. 16, 1835 16 degrees below zero at sunrise, at sunrise, Jan. 24, 1857 14 degrees below zero at sunrise, Jan. 11, 1859 94 degrees above zero at midnight, Aug. 10, 1863 1 degrees below zero at sunrise, Feb. 17, 1864 100 degrees above zero at 2 P. M., June 28, 1864 16 degrees below zero at sunrise, Jan. 7, 1666 101 degrees above zero at noon, July 16, 1866 2 degrees below zero at sunrise, Dec. 21, 1866 2 degrees below zero at sunrise, Jan. 20, 1867 Fell 14 degrees in 30 minutes, and 30 degrees in two hours, June 17, 1867 Fell 19 degrees in two hours, Jan. 9, 1868 1 degrees below zero, at sunrise, Feb. 5, 1868 Thermometer degrees below zero, at sunrise, Feb. 8, 1868