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prised and delighted the traveller, as with a Magistrate, he tempered justice with å scene of enchantment; and exhibited a mercy; and, on trying occasions, he displeasing picture of industry walking hand played a spirit of resolution, scarcely expecin hand with instruction and comfort. This ted by those who were familiar with his unther were transplanted, and trained to vir- assuming manners in private society. In prituous habits, numerous orphans and out- vate life he was very affectionate to his casts of the streets who had been a prey relatives and intimate friends; sometimes to vice and misery

And there many in a musing contemplative frame, and “ hapless sons of Caledonia,” who were sometimes endearing by a peculiar vein of enrigrating to a foreign land, found a com- cheerful pleasantry Hence they bewail fortable asylum. For many years he dis- the loss of a kind father, friend and faithful charged, with distinguished reputation, the monitor. The poor will feel the want of office of Pastor to the Independent Con- a bountiful benefactor. Glasgow is depri. gregation in Glasgow, for which he was ved of an illustrious citizen. Public instipeculiarly fitted, by a thorough knowledge tutions have lost him who was looked up of the Hebrew and Greek languages. His to, as the general patron of every generous discourses bespoke a cultivated understand- and laudable undertaking: Humanity has ing, and liberality of sentiment. A stea- lost a warm and steady friend. dy friend to civil and religious liberty, he embraced men of every persuasion. Pos

Scots FIARs.-Crop 1805. sessed of a disposition kind, hospitable and Edinburgh.-- U'heat, 305.- Barley 23s. benevolent, of a heart generous, sincere, 90.-Oats 18s. 9d. -Oatmeal 195.- Pease and truly philanthropic, his charities, and Beans 18s. public and private, were probably not sur- Haddington.-Wheat 36s. od-Barley passed by any individual in Scotland. As 298. 10d. -Oats 21s. 840.-- Pease 175 2d.

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CONTENTS:

Puge

Page

Register of the Weather for April 4. Examination of Mr Stewart's Pam-

1806,

phiet, .

274

High Water at Leith for May, ib. New Works published in Edinburgh, 284

Mr John Dowie, .

243

Scottish Literary Intelligence, ib.

Particulars respecting the Beneficent Literary Intelligence, English and

Society of Edinburgh, .

244

285

Celestial Phenomena for May,

246

POETRY.

Memoirs of the Progress of Manu,

fuctures, Chemistry, Science, and

Qde for the New Year, 1806,. 287

The Hill's o' Gallowa',

247

288

Memoirs of Dr Alexunder Pennecuice

Tam's Fareweel,

Verses to a young Lady,

. ib,

249

Account of the Origin and Progress

The maid of Islay,

ib.

of Scottish Commerce,

251

Strictures on the proposal of building Proceedings of Parliament, 289

on the south side of Princes Street, House of Lords,

ib.

Edinburgh; with Extract from a -Scots Appeal,

ib.

speech of Lord Mansfield, on the House of Commons,

291

same subject,

253 -Lord Ellenborough's Appointment, ib.

Estimate of the Population of the -The Budget, .

296

Globe,

259

State of Emigration from the High.

MONTHLY REGISTER.

lands, in the years 1801, 1802,

260

Historical Affairs, .

297

Description of a party of North Ame-

---France

ib.

rican Savages,

261 -Legislative Assembly at Paris,

On the different stiles of Landscape

-New Continental arrangements, 298

Gardening,

-Proclamation,

299,

Military character of the Native Ar-

-Order of his Majesty in Council, 301

mies in Indostan,

-Declaration, .

264

302

Force possessed by Scindeab and Hol.

- Cape of Good Hope,

304

266

- Articles of Capitulation,

Address by Sir James Macniutosh, to

Naval intelligence,

305

the Grand Jury of Bornbay, 21st

-Defeat of a French squadron, ib.

July 1804,

--Domestic Intelligence,

310

Present State of Agriculture in Ayr-

-New Ministry,

311

shire,

269

Ireland,

313

Narrative of an Apparition which

Scottish Chronicle,

314

shewed itself at Rerrick, county of

-Address to the Earl of Moira, ib.

Kirkcudbright, in the year 1695,

-Civil Appointments,

316

270

-Military Appointments,

317

Scottish REVIEW.

Marriages,

ib.

Controversy concerning the Elec-

Births and Deaths,

tion of a Mathematical Professor, 274 Prices of Stocks,

320

1. Stewart's Statement of Facts, ib. Prices of Grain per quarter Corn Ex-

2. Postscript to ditto,

ib. change, London, .

3. Report of Proceedings in the case Prices of Grain at Haddington, ib.

of Mr Leslie,

ib. Prices of Meal in Edinburgh Market, ib.

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prised and delighted the traveller, as with a Magistrate, he tempered justice with a scene of enchantment; and exhibited a mercy; and, on trying occasions, he displeasing picture of industry walking hand played a spirit of resolution, scarcely expecin hand with instruction and comfort. This ted by those who were familiar with his unther were transplanted, and trained to vir- assuming manners in private society. In prituous habits, numerous orphans and out- vate life he was very affectionate to his casts of the streets who had been a prey relatives and intimate friends; sometimes to vice and misery

And there many in a musing contemplative frame, and hapless sons of Caledonia," who were sometimes endearing by a peculiar vein of enigrating to a foreign land, found a com- cheerful pleasantry. Hence they bewail fortable asylum. For many years he dis- the loss of a kind father, friend and faithful charged, with distinguished reputation, the monitor. The poor will feel the want of office of Pastor to the Independent Con- a bountiful benefactor. Glasgow is depri. gregation in Glasgow, for wl.ich he was ved of an illustrious citizen. Public instipeculiarly fitted, by a thorough knowledge tutions have lost him who was looked up of the Hebrew and Greek languages. His to, as the general patron of every generous discourses bespoke a cultivated understand- and laudable undertaking. Humanity has ing, and liberality of sentiment.

lost a warm and steady friend. dy friend to civil and religious liberty, he embraced men of every persuasion. Pos

Scots Flars.--Crop 1805. sessed of a disposition kind, hospitable and Edinburgh.-W'heat, 305.-Barley 235. benevolent, of a heart generous, sincere, 90.-Oats 38s. 9d. --Oatmeal 195.- Pease and truly philanthropic, his charities, and Beans 18s. public and private, were probably not sur- Haddington.-Wheat 36s. O d-Barley passed by any individual in Scotland. As 29s. 10d. -Oats 21s. 84d. - Pease 175 2d.

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18 28.1 34 0 1 22 o 117 6 117 O Prices of Oat, Pease, and Barley Meal, in Edinburgh Market, per Peck.

Pease & Barley 1806. Oatmeal!

Meal.. Bolls.: Price. Bolls. Price. d. d.

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