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Turnip. green
Malt

New ditto.
-Old..
Old..
-New ditto

Old white ..
Hempseed .. 115 to 126 Coriander
Mustard, brown, s.

Oid, per bush. 14 to 18
-Foreign ... 22 to 46

yellow. 18 to 25 Rib grass -Swedish wh. 15 to 20 Trefoil .... Wheat, per gr. s.

. 30 to 35 Canary, per qr. 75 to 80 Carraway(Eng.) 66 to 72

45 to 56 -Foreign -White runs . 80 to 122

Oto
-White ... 20 to 26 -For, red... 40 to 92

round ... 20 to 28-White.... 42 to 95
Select samples 150 to 136
-Poland (new) 18 to 10 -Scotch

. . 10 to 16 Cinquefoil. Barley, English 32 to 54_Gray

5 to 8-Common -Red ditto .. 70 to 115-Old

8 to 10 Clover, English,
Seeds, fc.-May 12.

.....60 to 78 Brank
--Old..... 40 to 42 -Second ....
Beans, pigeon 35 to ullQuart. loaf, 15d. to 172d.
Oars, Feed(new)17 to 37 Flour, per sack
-Potato (new) 38 to 46 Second .... 16 to 20

8 to 10 R yegrass(Pace's) 28 to 34

0 Bran

Red, percwt 40 to 96
Rye ...... 45 to 56 Pease, boiling . 12 to 55

Tick
s. Hempseed, new, so
59 to 44 Pollard, per qr. 94 to 30

-White ... 40 to 90

s. JBeans, old,
London, Corn Exchange, May 12.

*., 14 to 18
per quar. 96 to 105
...... 15 to 17

45 to 54
per quarter . 60 to 63

• 10 to 25
18 to 40

4 to 25
.... 60 to 74
.. 80 to 90

28 to 35

85 to 95
..48 to 54

55 to 58
30 to 38

105

AVERAGE PRICES or CORN FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.
By the Quarter of Eight Winchester Bushels, and of Oatmeal per Boll of 140 lbs Avoirdupois, from

the Official Returns received in the Week ending May 3, 1817.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES CONTINUED.
Wheat. Rye Barley Oats, Beans. Pease. Oatm.
s. d. s. d. s. d. d. d. 5. a. s. d.

Wheat., Rye, Barley :) dats, Beans: Pease Joatma,
Middlesex .. 107 1158 213 635 11 16 416 8 0 0 Suffolk (110 40 041 0 30 155 514
Surrey ... 5108 818 041 434 018 846 0 0 0 Cambridge. 95 40 032 220 933 6 46
Hertford . . 92 416 0 36 433
Huntingdon 100 30 011 4129 2 13 0 0 0 0 0
Northampt. 107 do 046 233 058 0 0 0 0 0

Durham..
Rutland . . 86 0 0 0 44 632- 0 45 0 o 041 2
Leicester .. 110 462 056 837 066 669 0.30 1
Nottingham 105 876 055 1037 658 673 0 0 0 Westmorind 99 484 070 314 900
Derby : ...10790057 041 865 656 033 8| Lancaster.
Stafford ... 102 5 050 oli 663 038 i Chester.., 94 9. 051 838 5 o go
Salop. e. 119 053 1057 11 38
Hereford ..

178 263 260 21 Flint..... 87 2.0 059 435 000

2 53 629 150 051 2146 0 Denbeigh. 104 8 0 0 66 3 39 5 0 0
Worcester, 108 9 0 044 733 946 11 60 0 0 0 Anglesea .. 70 o 0.060 Obo oo
Warwick. J119 10 050 436 8|59 162 636 6 Carnarvon 106 00 061 959 2 0 0
Wilts i... 97 0 0 50 631 8 66 4 0 0 0 0 Merioneth.111 0 0 0 70 1040 20
Perks .... 116 i 0 038 231 813 951 6 0 0 || Cardigan . .113 10 052 0124 00
Oxford ... 108 0 0 0 48 034 656 064 000 Pembroke 99 5 0 0 47 920 doo
Bucks... |106 0 0 0 44 833 259 050 g 0 Carmarthen 120 10 0 0 68 8/19 do
Precon....114 3 89 674 034 8 0049 1 || Glamorgan 112 10 061 436 9.0
Montgomry 117 7 0 0.64 035 9 o 057 745 1|| Gloucester .[124 60 053 129 062
Radnor ...107 91

o 056 628 10 ; 051 4 0 0 Somerset .. 124 81 0 051 2123 10 0
MARITIME COUNTIES.

Devon ... 119 11 0 0 56
Essex... 97 0149 0157 6132 451 941 0 0 0 | Cornwall .103 i 0 0162 5134 80

105 40 041 032 445 052 6 0 0 Dorset ... 115 210 050 152 660
1118 00
0159 9|293 40 60 of 0 o ll Hants....121 do 0117 1129 3138 80

All England and Wales.
Wheat, 1045.7.-Rye, 62s. 1d.-Barley, 5 is. ld. --Oats, 33s. 70.-Beans, 51s ---Pease, 5ös. 9d. -

Oatineal, 40s. Ild.-Beer or Big, Os. Od.
Average Prices of Corn, per quarter, of the Twelve Maritime Districts, for the Week

ending April 26.
Wheat, 102. 5d. ---Rye, 62$. 5d.-Barley, 52s. Id. -Oats, 333. 28.-Beans, 45s.6d.-Pease, 45s. 11d.

Average of Scotland for the Four Weeks immediately preceding 15th April. Wheat, 77s.6d. Rye, 55, 5d.-Barley, 18s. 7dOats, 475.-Beans, 63s. Ždo-Pease, 01s. 5ds Oatmeal, 34s. 1d.

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Oats per 45 lb,
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Oatmeal, per 240 lb.
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..50 to 52
per 70 libs.
- common 4 3 to 4 61-Colerain
American,p.bar. 70 to 72 -Drogheda
Barley per 60 libs.
Eng. potato 5 0 to 5 9
Welsh,potato4 9 to 50-Delfast
Scotch .. 5 6 to 8 0
common 5 0 to 5 1 Butter, percwt.

62 to 64 -Cork, 3d
Maltp.9 gals 10 0 to 136
Irishi, potato 5 0 to 5 9 Bacon, per cwt.
Scots, potato 5 3 to 58-Long ditto . 52 to 55

5 6 to 66
- common 5 0 to 5 11-Short rriddles 56 to 60
Wismar, 13 0 to 16 6 Irish

$. -Newry American 16 6 to 17 6 cas, per qnar.

. 16 0 to 18 6 English

4 3 to 5 6 Pork, per bar. . 75 to 80 ..9 0 to 18 o Irish .. 5 6 to 8 0 Ricep.c. (in b.) 31 to 37 • 8 0 to 10 0 Beans, per quar. Liverpool, May 10.

- Boiling s. d. Datmeal, Scotch

-20 pic klęd 86 to 88 Beef, per tierce 95 to 100

per barrel 60 to 65 Provisions, fc.

74 78 80 82 60 to 65 40 to 53 46 to 63 45 to 48 48 to 50

Cake, £9 to £10.

Cake, at the mill, £16,16s. per thousand.-RapeNew Rapeseed, per last, £44 to £48.--Linseed Oil

'London Markets continued.

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.

In our Meteorological Report for the first three months of this year, we gave the results of our observations, without any comparison between the last and the present year. It may not however be uninteresting to our readers to state, that the mean temperature of the four months of this year that have just elapsed, considerably exceeds the mean temperature of the corresponding months of last year. The difference of the month of January is 5o, February 6o, March 30, and April 4o. The effects of this difference are quite obvious in the unusually forward state of vegetation in gardens and orchards, and would have been equally conspicuous in the corn-fields, but for the severe and long-continuod drought.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE, Extracted from the Register kept on the Banks of the Tay, four miles east from

Perth, Latitude 56° 25', Elevation 185 feet.

APRIL, 1817.
Means.

Extremes.
THERMOMETER.

THERMOMETER

53°.433 Mean of greatest daily heat,

Greatest heat, 14th day,

630.000 37.616 Greatest cold, 9th,

27.000 ..... cold,

Highest, 10 A.M. 14th, 47.566

58.500 .... temperature, 10 A. M.

10th,
Lowest, ....
41.700

33.000 ...... 10 P. M.

Highest, 10 P.M. 19th, 45.525

52.000 .... of daily extremes,

Lowest,
44.633
9th,

30.000 .... of 10 Á. M. and 10 P. M.

BAROMETER.
BAROMETER.

Inches.
Highest, 10 A.M. 6th,

30.580 Mean, 10 A.M. (temp. of mer. 51°) 30.148

Lowest,
29th,

29.€30 .... 10 P.M. (temp. of mer. 51)

30.136
Highest, 10 P.M. 6th,

30.570 .... of both, (temp. of mer. 54) 30.112 Lowest, 15th,

29.560 HYGROMETER (LESLIE'S).

HYGROMETER. Mean dryness, 10 A.M. 33.366 Highest, 10 A.M. 28th,

53.000 10 P.M. 9.766 Lowest, .....:

8.000 of both, 21.566 Highest, 10 P.M. 19th,

25.000 Rain, 0.596 in.--Evaporation, 3.127 in.

Lowest, ...... 3d,

0.000 Fair days 24; rainy days 6. Wind West of meridian, including North, 19; East of meridian,

including South, 11.

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5th,

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept ot Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Calton-hill. N. B.-The Observations are made twico every day, at eight o'clock in the morning, and eight o'clock in

the evening

Attached
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Wind,

Ther, Barom.

Attached

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Wind.

W.

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M. 4130.328 M. 46

Fair.
E. 4130.260 E. 46
M. 4130.220 M. 45

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Fair, frost in
E. 4130.212 E. 47 the morning
M. 4130.168 N. 47 N. w. Fair, and
E, 4130.227 E. 51

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M. 401.30.385 M. 46
E. 38 30.580E. 44 frost at night.
M, 3850.279 M. 447
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wind,
M. 45.9.790 M. 17

N. W.Showers, and
E. 4149.629 E. 16

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N. 3129,775 M. 11
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E. 3129.733 E. 38 the evening

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M. 46 29.702 M. 46

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M, 49/29.811M. 61 13

W. Fine weather
E. 40 29.811 E. 51
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E. 49 29.655 E. 53

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cold wind. 24 M. 4750.191M. 52

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Fair, frust in E. 4230.166 E. 17

the morning. 25 M. 41 30.116 M. 48

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N. E.
E. 40 30.116 6. 475 very cold.

M. 45 29.898M. 48
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M. 4329.416 M. 50
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N.W.
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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTH8.

friesshire...At the British ambassador's March 15. At Lisbon, the lady of Colo- hotel, Paris, Lieut. Thomas Lillie, of the nel A. Ross, a daughter.-17. At Rossie, 23d royal Welsh fusileers, youngest son of the lady of Colonel Oliphant of Rossie, a J. Lillie, Esq. of Drimdoc, Ireland, to daughter.-18. At Cambdenhill, Kensing. Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Hun. ton, the lady of Sir James M Gregor, a son. ter, Esq. of Kew, Surrey.-At Foyers, In-20. At Deal, the lady of Capt. William verness-shire, Capt. Thomas Fraser, 83d M‘Culloch, R. N. a son.--21. At Mavis. regiment, to Miss Fraser, only daughter of bank-house, the lady of Major Charles Simon Fraser, Esq. of Foyers.—24. At M®Gregor, 70th regiment, a daughter.- Rose Terrace, Perth, George Ballingall, 22. At Milton, Lady Hunter Blair, a son Esq. surgeon of the 33d regiment, to Jessie, and heir.-23. At Logie-Elphinstone, Mrs daughter of the late James Ballingall, Esq. Horn Elphinstone, a son.-24. At Edin- of Perth.—27. At Ghent, Major Henry burgh, the lady of H. St George Tucker, Balneavis, 27th regiment, to Georgina, Esq. a son.-25. At Edinburgh, the lady second daughter of Colonel Graham, lieutof James Wedderburn, Esq. his Majesty's governor of St Mawes.-29. At Edinburgh, solicitor-general for Scotland, a son.—28. Frederick Mackenzie Fraser, Esq. captain At Brighton, the lady of the Hon. D. M. 78th regiment, to Miss Emmeline Sophia Erskine, a son.-30. At Balloan, Mrs M‘Leod, daughter of the late Alex. Hume, Fraser, Culduthil, a son. Lately, at Castle Esq. of Harris. Bona, Isle of Man, the Right Hon. Lady April 8. Lieut.-Colonel A. Anderson, Sarah Marray, a daughter. --Lately, at the C.B. K, T.S. colonel of the 12th Portuguese seat of her father, Sir E. Harvey, K.C.B. infantry, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the lady of John Drummond, jun. Esq. of the late Thomas Bigge, Esq. of Brompton twin sons.

Row, Middlesex.-10. At St James's church, April 14. At the palace of the Bishop of London, Charles, Earl of March, eldest son Norwich, the lady of the Rev. Archdeacon of the Duke of Richmond, to Lady Caroline Bathurst, a daughter.-At Lisson Grove, Paget, eldest daughter of the Marquis of North, the Countess of Rothes, a daughter. Anglesea.--17. Sir William Hoste, Bart. -17. At Edinburgh, the lady of ptain R. N. to the Right Hon. Lady Harriet Barclay, R. N. a daughter.-18. At Clone Walpole, daughter of the Earl of Orford. caird Castle, the lady of Robert Cuningham, 24. At Edinburgh, Farquhard Campbell, Esq. a daughter.-19. At Dunse Castle, Esq. of Huntington, to Miss Penuel Jane the lady of William Hay, Esq. of Drum- Baillie, daughter of the late Hon. William melziar, a daughter.--At Arbuthnot House, Baillie of Polkemmet. At the house of his the Viscountess of Arbuthnot, a daughter. Grace the Duke of Wellington, Colonel 22. At Clumber Park, the Duchess of New- Hervey, aid-de-camp to the Prince Regent, castle, a son.-26. At Houndwood House, and military secretary of the Duke of Wel. the lady of Captain Coulson, R. N. a daugh- lington, to Louisa Catharine, daughter of ter.-26. At Glen-Stewart, the Marchioness Richard Caton, Esq. of Maryland, U. S.of Queensberry, a daughter.

25. At Drumsheugh House, Colonel Charles

Fraser of Inveralochy and Castle Fraser, MARRIAGES.

M.P. to Jane, fourth daughter of Sir John March 15. At Guernsey, John Peddie, Hay of Smithfield and Haystoun, Bart. Esq. major of brigade to the forces of that 29. At Northumberland House, London, island, to Louisa, daughter of the late Wil- Earl Percy, to Lady Charlotte Clive, eldest liam Peter Price, Esq.-18.

At Perth, James daughter of Earl Powis.--Lately, Colonel Stewart Robertson, Esq. of Edradynate, to Cunyngham of Malshanger, to Miss GerDorothea, youngest daughter of the late trude H. Kimpton, Brompton.-Lately, Adam Stewart, Esq. of Cluny-At the Colonel James Campbell, of the 94th regt. English ambassador's hotel, Paris, Thomas to Lady Dorothea L. Cuffe. Clifton, Esq. of Lytham Hall, Lancashire, to Mrs Campbell, widow of the late David Campbell, Esq. of Killdaloig, Argyleshire.- Jan. 27. At Kingston, Jamaica, at the 19. At Edinburgh, Robert Hunter, Esq. great age of upwards of 130 years, Lucretia late of the island of Jamaica, to Helen, Stewart, a free black woman. She was youngest daughter of the late Patrick Ware brought to that island a few days after the ner, Esq. of Ardeer.20. At St George's dreadful earthquake which destroyed Port church, Hanover Square, London, Major- Royal in 1692, and had seen her fourth General Sir Thomas Sidney Beckwith, to generation. Mary, eldest daughter of the late Sir Wil. March 15. At Edinburgh, Lieut.-Col. Liam Douglas, Bart. of Kelhead, Dum- J. Ainslie, of the Hon. East India Com.

DEATHS.

pany's service.-15. At Rudding Park, ster of that parish.-7. At his apartments! Yorkshire, the Right Hon. Kathrine, Dow- Macclesfield Street, Mr Thomas Hearne, ager-Countess of Aberdeen, aged 83.–18. well known for his British antiquities, his At Wick, Mrs Ann Innes, reliet of Captain drawings, and particularly his accurate and John Sutherland of Wester.--22. At Col. unrivalled delineations of Gothic architeclampton, Devon, William Chisholm of ture.-10. At Tiverton, Charles Maxwell, Chisholm, Esq.--23. At London, in Upper Esq. late of Dalswinton, aged 82.-11. At Seymour Street, George Paterson, Esq. of Gatcomb House, near Portsmouth, Lady the Hon. East India Company's service.- Curtis, relict of Sir Roger Curtis, Bart. At Woolwich, Lieut.-Colonel Foy of the At Mauldslie Castle, the Right Honourable Toval artillery.-24. In Tonbridge Place, the Earl of Hyndford. His private chaJohn Dunbar, Esq. late of Penang.–28. racter was highly estimable. Few noblemen At Edinburgh, William Wight, Esq. for- have been so much beloved. The greater merly of the island of Jamaica.–31. In part of his time was devoted to agricultural Cumberland Place, London, the Right Hon. pursuits at Westraw, and to the embellishLady Frances Douglas, wife of the Hon. ment of his princely seat at Mauldslie. He John Douglas, and eldest daughter of the was one of the most skilful farmers in a disEarl of Harewood. In October last, at trict particularly distinguished for the exSierra Leone, Robert Hogan, Esq. LL.D. cellence of its farming. Mauldslie, his his Majesty's chief justice and admiralty patrimonial inheritance, is now separated judge in that settlement. As a gentleman from the Hyndford estate. It has fallen to and a scholar, a sincere friend and a social his Lordship's sister, Mrs Nisbet of Carphin. companion, Dr Hogan had not a superior. Sir John Anstruther, Bart. succeeds to the But to describe him solely by these qualities entailed estate. The title is extinct.-14. would fall far short of his merits. Dr Hogan At Maybole, Samuel Wheatley, aged 97, had not been many months in the possession who at that advanced age retained all his of a situation from which he looked forward faculties to the last.-Mr Owen O'Toole to honour and emolument, when he was of Pepperland, county of Wicklow, at the seized with a fever (the effect of the climate), advanced age of 105 years. He was the which in a few days put a period to his life. lineal descendant of the famous O'Toole, He was a native of the county of Limerick, whose resistance to Cromwell has been so in Ireland.-Lately, in Vernon Place, Lon- celebrated. A short time before his death, don, Charles Combe, M.D.F.R.S. aged 73. he walked twenty miles in one day.-15. In -Lately, at Kensington, the Rev. William George's Square, Edinburgh, Mary ErBeloe, rector of Allhallows, and prebendary skine, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Dr of St Paul's Cathedral. Mr B. was a native John Erskine of Carnock, one of the mini. of Norwich, where his father followed the sters of Edinburgh, and spouse of Dr business of a china-man; and was educated Charles Stewart of Dunearn.-16. At Edin. at the university of Cambridge. He obtained burgh, Mr Henry Moncrief, clerk to the the vicarage of Earlsham, with Bowthorpe signet.-17. At Dundee, Dr Thomas Con. annexed ; and in 1796 the rectory of all stable, late minister of the united parishes hallows. He was for many years assistant of Liff and Benvie.-19. At Abercromby librarian of the British Museum, and highly Place, Edinburgh, Miss Jane Ross, youngrespectable as a scholar. As an author, he est daughter of the late Lord Ankerville. was chiefly known as a compiler; and in 20. At London, in the 45th year of his age, association with the Rev. Robert Nares, the Colonel Mitchell of the 51st regiment. This Rev. William Tooke, and the late Mr gallant officer served several campaigns in Morrison, he prepared for the press an edi- the Peninsula, under the Duke of Welling. tion of the “ Biographical Dictionary,” in ton, with great credit and distinction ; and 15 vols Svo, and was, with the Rev. Robert lastly, at the memorable battle of Waterloo, Vares, a principal conductor of the “ British where he commanded a brigade of infantry. Critic." Amongst his separate publications - 23. At Jedburgh, Joseph Pringle, Esq. are, " The History of Herodotus, from the of Ferney-green, late consul-general at Ma. Greck, with Notes,” 4 vols 8vo ; “ The deira.–2+ At Edinburgh, Mary, Lady Attic Nights of Aulus Gellius, translated," Rollo, widow of James, Lord Rollo.—29. 3 vols 8vo ; “ Anecdotes of Literature and On the Steyne, Brighton, Mrs Brisbane, Scarce Books,” 6 vols 8v0.--Lately, at relict of Admiral Brisbane.—Lately, the Cambridge, the Rev. Robert Tyrwhitt, M.A. Hon. Thomas Clifford, youngest son of the formerly Fellow of Jesus College, aged 82. late, and brother of the present, Lord -Lately, at Bath, the Right Hon. Alex. Clifford. Lately, at Dent, Yorkshire, Mrs Thomson, Lord Chief Baron of the Court King, at the age of 11 years. On the of Exchequer, aged 72.

14th September last, at Meerat, Bengal, April 2. At Cullen Wood, near Dublin, Major James Lumsdaine, in the Hon. James Ross, Esq. of Pitcailnie.-4. At East India Company's service, eldest son Dunbar Lodge, Mrs Hay, relict of the of the late William Lumsdaine, Esq. W.$. Hon. William Hay of Lawfield.-5. At Edinburgh. Ewes Manse, the Rev. John Laurie, mini

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(Vol. I.

Contents. ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.

ORIGINAL POETRY. Account of the Wernerian Natural His- Sonnet to the Yew-tree ( By the late Dr tory Society of Edinburgh encones 231

Leyden ) corsorssana

277 Communication from Colonel Mudge.... 234

The Wreath ......................anasom ib. Account of Bowed Davie, the supposed

Song...soon.

resorasesoram. ib. Original of the Black Dwarf....cana .235

The Burial of Sir John Moore...coramos... ib. Epistle of a Highland Chief ............ 236

The Moss Rose (From the Germin of Oath of Bread and Salt consorcom ib.

Krummacher ) ....sorarono

278 Remarks on the Humour of Ancient

The Two Graves ( From the German of Scottish Songs ........

.237

Klopstock) reconocorers corseserasram.coib. Experiment, by Mr Lauder Dick, re

REVIEW OF NEW PUBLICATIONS. lative to the Preservation of the Vegetative Power in the Seeds of Plants 239

Lallah Rookh ; an Oriental Romance. Narrow Escape from drowning of the By Thomas Moore

.279 Blind and Deaf Boy, James Mitchell 240

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Extracts from a Communication to J.

George Buchanan. By Dr Irving....286 C. Curwen, Esq. M. P. on the Relief

The Craniad, or Spurzheim Illustrated ; of the Poor

.241
a Poem...

288 Origin of the Terms, Whig and Tory....246

Manfred ; a Dramatic Poem. By Lord Tales and Anecdotes of the Pastoral Life, Byron No III......

.247

ANALYTICAL NOTICES. Anecdotes of the Inquisition .... 250

Quarterly Review, No 32

296 Sketches of Foreign Scenery and Man

Edinburgh Review, No 55 soroscono...300 ners.ramador

...251 Letter from the late Dr M'Lagan, rela

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC tive to the Compilation of a Gaelic

INTELLIGENCE......................... 303 Dictionary.com

256 WORKS PREPARING for PUBLICATION 308 Letter of Dr Vincent respecting Dr MONTHLY LIST OF NEW PUBLICAAdam...and

...260 TIONS...........................310 Observations on Mr Wordsworth's Let

MONTHLY REGISTER. ter relative to a new edition of Burns' Works

261

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE ...........315 Introduction to a Medical Report of

PROCEEDINGS OF PARLIAMENT. 319 Edinburgh

266
British CHRONICLE...

323 Sketch of a Tradition related by a Monk Promotions and Appointments.... 330 in Switzerland.com

270
Commercial Report.....

333 Account of Sir George Mackenzie's MS. Agricultural Report...

336 History of Scotland (By the Rev. Dr Meteorological Report.com

338 M*Crie ) corsord mam. 273 Births, Marriages, Deaths.com

339

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