The following are my notes from 20+ years ago when I wrote the initial version of my "Understanding Temperaments" web page. Unfortunately, I didn't keep good notes as to how I arrived at these numbers (in particular, which source I used). Much may have come from Barbour. So with all the applicable caveats...

For each tuning/temperament, the following gives, on two lines:

The following assumes values for the pythagorean (ditonic) and syntonic commas of 24 cents and 22 cents, respectively.

                C       G       D       A       E       B       F#      C#      G#      Eb      Bb      F      (C)

Equal         000.0   700.0   200.0   900.0   400.0  1100.0   600.0   100.0   800.0   300.0  1000.0   500.0
                   -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0    -2.0

Pythagore     000.0   702.0   204.0   906.0   408.0  1110.0   612.0   114.0   816.0   294.0   996.0   498.0
                    0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0   -24.0     0.0     0.0     0.0

Aaron         000.0   696.5   193.0   889.5   386.0  1082.5   579.0    75.5   772.0   310.5  1007.0   503.5
                   -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5   +36.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5

Silbermann    000.0   698.3   196.7   895.0   393.3  1091.7   590.0    88.3   786.7   305.0  1003.3   501.7
                   -3.7    -3.6    -3.7    -3.7    -3.6    -3.7    -3.7    -3.6   +16.3    -3.7    -3.6    -3.7

Salinas (-ve) 000.0   694.7   189.3   884.0   378.7  1073.3   568.0    62.7   757.3   316.0  1010.7   505.3
                   -7.3    -7.4    -7.3    -7.3    -7.4    -7.3    -7.3    -7.4   +56.7    -7.3    -7.4    -7.3

Kirnberger    000.0   696.5   193.0   889.5   386.0  1088.0   590.0    90.0   792.0   294.0   996.0   498.0       uneq=6.2
                   -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5     0.0     0.0    -2.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0

Vallotti      000.0   698.0   196.0   894.0   392.0  1090.0   592.0    94.0   796.0   298.0  1000.0   502.0       uneq=5.3
                   -4.0    -4.0    -4.0    -4.0    -4.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0    -4.0

Werkmeister   000.0   696.0   192.0   888.0   390.0  1092.0   588.0    90.0   792.0   294.0   996.0   498.0       uneq=5.3
                   -6.0    -6.0    -6.0     0.0     0.0    -6.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0

Marpurg       000.0   702.0   204.0   906.0   400.0  1102.0   604.0   106.0   800.0   302.0  1004.0   506.0       uneq=0.0
                    0.0     0.0     0.0    -8.0     0.0     0.0     0.0    -8.0     0.0     0.0     0.0    -8.0

Mean semitone 000.0   696.5   193.0   889.5   386.0  1082.5   600.0    96.5   793.0   289.5   986.0   503.5       uneq=9.3
                   -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5   +15.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5   +15.5    -5.5

Grammateus    000.0   702.0   204.0   906.0   408.0  1110.0   600.0   102.0   804.0   306.0  1008.0   498.0       uneq=5.3
                    0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0   -12.0     0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0   -12.0     0.0

French        000.0   697.5   195.0   892.5   390.0  1087.5   587.0    87.0   789.0   294.0   998.5   502.5       uneq=8.0
                   -4.5    -4.5    -4.5    -4.5    -4.5    -2.5    -2.0     0.0    +3.0    +2.5    +2.0    -4.5

French (2)    000.0   696.5   193.0   889.5   386.0  1082.5   581.8    81.0   783.0   289.5   996.5   503.5       uneq=11.4
                   -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -2.7    -2.8     0.0    +4.5    +5.0    +5.0    -5.5

Rameau        000.0   696.5   193.0   889.5   386.0  1082.5   584.5    86.5   788.5   298.0  1007.0   503.5       uneq=11.5
                   -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5    -5.5     0.0     0.0     0.0    +7.5    +7.0    -5.5    -5.5

Irr Fr 17e    000.0   697.0   194.0   891.0   388.0  1085.0   582.0    79.0   776.0   292.0   998.0   503.0       uneq=12.7
                   -5.0    -5.0    -5.0    -5.0    -5.0    -5.0    -5.0    -5.0   +14.0    +4.0    +3.0    -5.0

                C       G       D       A       E       B       F#      C#      G#      Eb      Bb      F      (C)

Notes:

If the table doesn't look right, paste it into your favorite editor or word processor, and change its font to Courier or other fixed-pitch font.

Thanks to John Wood for prompting and help in preparing this page (esp. for "French (2)" above).