# Does changing the volume of $\rm Hg$ in the container of a Torricelli barometer affect the height of $\rm Hg$ in the tube?

When changing the volume of mercury in the container, its mass may increase or decrease, so the gravitational force acting on the inside bottom of the container may increase or decrease, and therefore the norm force of the inside bottom of the container may increase or decrease, won't that affect the height of $$\rm Hg$$ in the tube?
Also, if the area of the mercury exposed to air is increased or decreased (even if the mass of mercury itself did not change), the force of the gases acting on it will increase or decrease, and therefore, the norm force of the inside bottom of the container may increase or decrease, won't that also affect the height of $$\rm Hg$$ in the tube?