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ACCOUNT OF THE LATE HENRY HOME, LORD KAMES.

ACCOUNT OF THE LATE HENRY HOME, LORD KAMES.

FROM SMELLIE'S LIVES. MR Home never mentioned the time of his birth but frem friany circnmftances known to lis Nations and friends, it appears that was born in the courfe of the year • He was defcended of a very honourable and ancient family. Lord Karnes's grandfather, Henry Hom
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AN ACCOUNT OF SOME EXPERIMENTS ON THE FECUNDATION OF VEGETABLES.

AN ACCOUNT OF SOME EXPERIMENTS ON THE FECUNDATION OF VEGETABLES.

-Letter from Thomas Andrew Knight, Efq. to the Right Hon. Sir Jofeph Banks, K. B. P. R. S. Read before the Royal Society, May 9, 1799. Elton, April 25, 1799. relult of fome experiments llc have amufed myfeif mak."2 on plants, appearing to me to be ."hefting to the naturaiifl', b
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ON THE POWER OF WORDS.

ON THE POWER OF WORDS.

THE POWER OF WORDS. the late Mr Burke. I find it very, hard (fays Mr B.) are words from whence fereral, that their pafiions th-y have no ideas : and yet harder convince convince them, that in the ordinary courfe of converfation, we are underftood without railing any images of the
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ON THE STYLE OF ADDISON.

ON THE STYLE OF ADDISON.

From Tranfaftions of the Royal Irifh Academy, Vol. 6. Addifon and his contemporaries, originated the firft variation occurred, fubfequent to the Resolution, the compofttion of Though the diffufe ftyle ftill to prevail, it was no longer ! inacurate and clumfy ftyle 'Which the com
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A NEW METHOD OF MAKING PONDS, WATER-TIGHT, WITHOUT THE USE OF MASONRY;

A NEW METHOD OF MAKING PONDS, WATER-TIGHT, WITHOUT THE USE OF MASONRY;

BY M. D'AM bouRNAI. THE pond may dug to any depth, taking care to flope its fides to an angle of about 40 degrees. The cement with which it is to be lir.ed, rauft be prepared in the following manner. A fi,fficient quantity of yellow or brown brick clay is to be procured fo mcift
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

LOKDON. Theology. Scriptural Fafls and Annotations on the Divinity of the Mcfliah. By the Rev. J. Brice, ss. Miller. The Go/pel its own Witnefs ; or, The Holy Nature and Divine Harmony the Chriftian Religion, with the Immorality and Abfurdity ofDcifm. By Andrew Fuller. ss. Bvo-
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Co •Despondence between Bonaparte and the Briti/Jj Government. ret Republic—Sovereignty of the Peo- Liberty—Equality. o:,a P4Rtk, Fir [I Con/ul of

Co •Despondence between Bonaparte and the Briti/Jj Government. ret Republic—Sovereignty of the Peo- Liberty—Equality. o:,a P4Rtk, Fir [I Con/ul of

the Repu'c> t» his Majesty the King of reat Britain and of Ireland. 4r,J » the $th Nivofe, Bth year of the Republic. Called by the whiles of the French of 'k" to oocu Py t^ie Magiftracy • Republic, I think it proper on Cq Crin into office, to make direft of it to your Majeuy. j.
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

Jan. ax. Lord Grenville gave notice that he meant>to bring down to morrow communication from his Majcfty on a fubjedt of importance. The Duke of Norfolk faid, he felt himfelf impelled by a ftrong of duty to move, that the correfpondence relative to the late overture for negotiat
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IRISH PARLIAMENT.

IRISH PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Jan. 15. The woolfack. was at half paft three o'clock. Severs Noble Peers took the oaths and 1 feats. . i At half paft four, the Lord ' tenant, attended,by the ul'ual of State, entered the Houfe, and being feated on the Throne, the Speak e and Commons attending,
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
House of Commons.

House of Commons.

House Commons. f. The Houfe being met at four o'clock, the Sweater;, took thechair, and read copy of the fpeech which had been delivered from c throne. The addrefs the throne was moV' ed by the Right Han. Vlfcount Loftu Jf and l'econded Colonel Grqjbie. Sir Laurencel J arfons rol
January 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland