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CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

Page Patents a account of the late Henry Home, Lord Kames Abbe Sieyes 9 j ' lec dotes and Gleanings 12 'lory of Knowledge, Learning, Ta'.te, in Britain, during the . le of Charles 11. Part a. Account of fome Experiment? on the fecundation of Vegetables, . Thomas Andrew Knight, 1
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEW PATENTS.

NEW PATENTS.

For a Gum. Mr Stephen Wilkins, merchant, of Worcefter, for a gum to be ufcd calico-printing, dated November 24* 1799* His defcription of the invention is as follows : ha'f a ton weight of of pelts, or (kins, or pieces rabbit ffcins trotters, add three hundred and fifty gallons o
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANECDOTES OF ABBE SIEVES.

ANECDOTES OF ABBE SIEVES.

From Bertrand de Moleville's Annals of the French Revolution. „ only depended the poffef'°a of an Abbey of 12,000 livres hundred pounds Stei Iln• a-year, little more attention from the Archbifhop of have made the. Abbe Sicyes one of the molt zealous fupporters of the old governm
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ANECDOTES AND GLEANINGS.

ANECDOTES AND GLEANINGS.

Lord Chancellor Clarendon, At the opening of Charles the Second's firft Parliament delivered a fpeech from his Sovereign, wh'ch he conjured the Members in each houfe " to join with him in reltoring the whole nation its primitive temper and integrity, to its old manners, to its o
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE HISTORY OF KNOWLEDGE, LEARNING, AND TASTE, IN GREAT BRITAIN,

THE HISTORY OF KNOWLEDGE, LEARNING, AND TASTE, IN GREAT BRITAIN,

during the rmgn or king Charles ii. part *. From the New Annual Regifter for the year 1798. - re, Charles was inglo- J.° US in almoft every io'iance ; yet by the eflablifhment a Society, which has been perhaps ore its character, and lor e ufeful in its exertions than any r infti
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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ACCOUNT OF THE SALMON FISHERY ON THE TWEED.

ACCOUNT OF THE SALMON FISHERY ON THE TWEED.

THEfalmon fifhery conftitutes the ynoft interefling branch of trade carried on in Berwick. It has been ftated, that there are about 300 men employed in the fifheries. The Tweed falmon the very heft quality. The fifhing commences on the 10th of January, and continues till the 10t
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ACCOUNT OF THE SEA BEAR.

ACCOUNT OF THE SEA BEAR.

HE bear appears in troops in the eallern ocean, principally between the Ivurilly and the Aleutan iflands. largefl of thefe animals are ninety inches in length, and eighteen or twenty pood. They refemble no land-animal more than the bear, excepting only the feet, andth e hinder p
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Sir, r has been matter much dif| ute amongft thofe who differ from n!: another in conflitution and whether Impudence

Sir, r has been matter much dif| ute amongft thofe who differ from n!: another in conflitution and whether Impudence

or Movef the more defirable. Theabj. Ues for the former are generally have either vicious and deai*ched principles, or thofe who have c eived in their foreheads the is called a liberal and polite j- Uc ation. If their affurance arifes / Qt the corruption of their morals j' will
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PLANS FOR RELIEF OF THE POOR

PLANS FOR RELIEF OF THE POOR

AT feafon when the advanced ice provilions, particularly coin, his led the liuop'L'n fevtrnl p'ans for relieving diflrtfles the may be of ufe to communicate have obtained the of rten^' r ' e and been found productive of * er y important advantages. A moj!eNte fund, judicioufly a
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A TALE FROM THE PERSIAN.

A TALE FROM THE PERSIAN.

inflated in the Bahar-Danulh, or Ga Ac wjdely cultivated region of was a monarch in the perfecn youth and vigour. In him out- beauty was mingled with interof , a f c ompli{haients, anJ theeloquence ta, ls orat °ry gave grace the briili Wlt * ro n kiadnel'i, C^. lon was imprefled
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland