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W of the v Pagc . atf T eat f or j unc 402 B. - th for u 'y ib * *T, airst House 403 B°na Ur roin Valencia to V &. j Uran^a ' Nat. History 406 \ e ro of Manu- ~ ,ie miBtr Science, and 408 v fiy i. p ' ate Sir Andrew Bal- ate Professor Wal. 409 O f° Societ y Ca,<& 417 X^°bilit v
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Description of Blairston, the Seat of David Cathcart, Esq. Advocate.

Description of Blairston, the Seat of David Cathcart, Esq. Advocate.

residetlce of a Z eh ~ S nowninthiscit b y v 5 eminence, situat- Ayrshire; and hp\l, Count y rich, cuki- ri: %, / improving. The st infr ; , it lies, is not Ut ha« e by its beautifal r ' become a classical JV Se^ u ence Burns it 3 ,lbour - ls t>r» ® celebrated it in L «*.. Near
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Journal of a Tour from Valencia to Tarragona.

Journal of a Tour from Valencia to Tarragona.

■Jjj. . ftr to w ords descrip- tion. The truth, however is, that we saw little the town. We cursorily enter into the detail which its antiquity and celebrity merit. We visited the market place* The market answered the expectations which the richness the country had raised. Fruit
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Monthly Memoranda in Nathans History.

Monthly Memoranda in Nathans History.

the month, con tin latter half of May? fully rapid. The tw 1» < of various trees and 1 / was necessarily, c clement weather > to n Usua ' - Hawthorn *' ;ts blossoms on the not generally in thl he J 6th. After the Ulont b a good deal of Nto; all COrns » potatoes and fi Slt, S re
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Natural His-2' i >thin these few G , l<;ve » an account of °J their minera l°- Jet " ;

Natural His-2' i >thin these few G , l<;ve » an account of °J their minera l°- Jet " ;

but copy «cUed this country. tinguished philosophers of this place (Sir George Mackenzie, Bart, and Thomas Allan, Esq.) are at present engaged in an investigation these islands ; and we may express a hope that the public may be made acquainted with the result their observations.
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Memoirs of the Progress of Manufactures, Chemistry, Science, and the Fine Arts.

Memoirs of the Progress of Manufactures, Chemistry, Science, and the Fine Arts.

forty fourth exhibition of the Royal Academy contains MO works of art, in painting, drawing, and sculpture, most them above mediocrity. The chief historical pieces are by Hilton, Trumbull, \\ est, Craig, Northcote, and Turner. The best portraits are by Owen, Lawrence, Beeehey, P
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Account of Tumuli or Laws, which have been lately levelled and examined in Strathmore.

Account of Tumuli or Laws, which have been lately levelled and examined in Strathmore.

IN North and South Britain, a variety of eminences are observable, differing greatly in size, but agreeing in their uniformly conical appearance. Of these, some! are evidently artificial, while others are no less certainly natural; altho' both be known by the common name Latv. T
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
On the Advantages to be derived from Planting (From Nicol's Porter's Kalendar, edited by Educed Sang, Svo. Edinburgh, 1812.)

On the Advantages to be derived from Planting (From Nicol's Porter's Kalendar, edited by Educed Sang, Svo. Edinburgh, 1812.)

. n f tn , v . THAT Timber importance ' » in the savage and ,jg has been fully ® xcnl^ r ~ J history every l iiii'k t globe. The foliage 0 . Tll o» afforded shelter to tb /K\ naked inhabitants at a remote period; ment, in some parts . ejr Ji the natives have j y» Experience and
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Observations on the Topaz of Scotland By Professor Jumeson.

Observations on the Topaz of Scotland By Professor Jumeson.

r a IT is said that the ber of the precio uS e times, discovered 11 hit* ir>Us districts Scotaccurate aco\vit) ' las been published. Sti^' c al I-,? deficiency of mi- V os , of and the interested !j .discoverers, who %i-c e ' av Oured to con-8f the spots n es bave been found. \i
June 1, 1812 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland