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ON THE STATE OF SCOTCH PEASANTRY.

ON THE STATE OF SCOTCH PEASANTRY.

f the Life of Robert Buras, the Poet, his ks, ~ Dr Cutrie, Liverpool. RERT BURNS was in reality S CQ >as been reprefei.ted to be, • t '" 1 To render the inir»tej S ., ( '" 3 humbJe (tory genially ' therefore ad\ifet e ,° ffix tome oblerva'ions on * ltir 3.fter and fituation of t
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
REMARKS ON THE COMPARATIVE PLEASURES AND SUFFERINGS OF ANIMALS.

REMARKS ON THE COMPARATIVE PLEASURES AND SUFFERINGS OF ANIMALS.

REMARKS THE COMPARATIVE PLEASURES AND SUFFERINGS ANIMALS. From Siceliic's Philoiophy of Natural Hiftory. .HERE are two great fources ar'f I*'1*' P'' ea^ure llc ooe r ' e from mental, and the other from r P°real caules. In proportion to the powers in ani.,is' variety anci of mail
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LIBRARY AT ICOLMKILL.

LIBRARY AT ICOLMKILL.

THE i?" 1 arnett ' Tour through forn or mona ftery, was valuable library, ,th M deftrqyed loft. the Highlands Scotland- afierts that Fergus 11, who Alaric the Goth inthe facking of Rome, brought away, part 4 * the the plunder, cheft manufcrip's, which he to Ihe monaftery 1 A fma
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DIRECTIONS FOR TAKING OFF IMPRESSIONS OR CASTS FROM MEDALS AND COINS.

DIRECTIONS FOR TAKING OFF IMPRESSIONS OR CASTS FROM MEDALS AND COINS.

CHIEFLY owing to the coft rei quired for purchafing a cabinet medal?, it has happened that the ftudy them has hitherto been confined, comparatively, to few individuals. Another principal impediment to the cultivation acquaintance with them, has from the difficulty of underftandi
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MEMORABILIA OF JUNE.

MEMORABILIA OF JUNE.

Now genial funs and gentle breezes reign, And t'ummer's faireft l'plendours deck the plain Exulting views her new-born.rofe, And ail the ground with fhort-lived beauty glows. year .' s the month of the wliich the fun enters the t y' r)Cer ' ts Rams ' s f rot " the '' u " tUt * w
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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MEW PUBLICATIONS.

MEW PUBLICATIONS.

LONDON. Theology. A Modrji Apology for the Roman Catholics Great Britain, addrefied to all moderate 7*. Bo.irds. Faultier. An Attempt towards reviling onr Englifh Translation of Greek Scriptures, or the New Teflanu-nt of Jefiis Chritl, and towards illuflating the f ime philologi
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
STATE PAPER.

STATE PAPER.

j f /l CNt,on between his Britannic Mar an( the Emperor tf the Romans. at Henna, June 20. rBci>. CLE orc^er to relieve the n fcenities of the finances of Majefty undtr the enormous expenefs already'incurred, and whi<:h remain to be incurred during the prefent campaign, his Brita
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONTHLY REGISTER.

MONTHLY REGISTER.

°AZKTTE INTELLIGENCE; -Admiralty-Office, Augujl 9. of letter from the Earl of St B. Admiral the White, to Nrpean, Efq; dated board his Majefty's Royal l r at lea, the 4th *!*» V* not think the enterprife Sir dr Hamilton or Captain CampfyLConftf been rivalled, until I f . the let
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE SCOTS MAGAZINE. S"rt JH E MAVIS' COMPLAINT. Winter, with his angry h ® more edi's banks remained ; arra)'<s

THE SCOTS MAGAZINE. S"rt JH E MAVIS' COMPLAINT. Winter, with his angry h ® more edi's banks remained ; arra)'<s

blufh flowers, , et a h the extended country reigned. ath-n's banks, at day, 4'(l tlte groves among eil > mournful, from a neighbouring A Mivis pour'd thefe notes along. p> tender Pity, heavenly Maid! )l i'° ni flan's abodes driven away ; I'! °l s deeds afraid, defetts W) ld 15
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
liaar, Heaven ! the prayer of mifery, Grant this requeft, I more, Let Memory my d:e, Or Delia to arms

liaar, Heaven ! the prayer of mifery, Grant this requeft, I more, Let Memory my d:e, Or Delia to arms

reftore! J. THE CITY BRAMIN. JOHN o'fcEEFE. JACK BONZUM was of gentle mind, little to inclm'd, That when affronted cou'd fing And whiftle too like any thing; Nay, fo to giving pain, He took this maggot his brain— That killing beaft was not cur right, That 'tis a for men to bite
August 1, 1800 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland