Punch, 44 (1863), 89.
Presents the comments of the 'Clerk of the Weather' (i.e. the imaginary functionary supposed to control the weather) to Robert Fitzroy regarding the 'meteorological arrangements for Spring', now that Fitzroy has 'stolen upon him'.
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