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MEMOIRS OF THE PROGRESS OF MANUFACTURES, CHEMISTRY, SCIENCE, AND THE FINE ARTS.

MEMOIRS OF THE PROGRESS OF MANUFACTURES, CHEMISTRY, SCIENCE, AND THE FINE ARTS.

M. BrugNATEIXI has published, " Observations on the colouring matter Coffee Seeds." A few ounces of well-bruised coffee were put into a glass recipient with the white egg, and at the end of twelve hours the albumen had taken a magnificent emerald green. Grains of coffee well bru
April 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Bills of Fare by the Earl of Stratherne. in 1681.

Bills of Fare by the Earl of Stratherne. in 1681.

°? the prior 'J °f Inchim- ~; w K. p, '' Were incurred while lV ' , President of the Ct is 10 ' Scotland. The the ec jfied, but from paskS 11 T oul<l a fP ear t0 be |' to atterr) had l )robabl Li, e Uv .. . e Co "»'t. The name * 01s|1 fce l ,ei ' Lumsden, pro-163!- ""'gkte, . £.
April 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Antiquarian Repertory; of a Series of Essays illustrative of our Scottish Antiquities.

The Antiquarian Repertory; of a Series of Essays illustrative of our Scottish Antiquities.

No. 11. the Fairy Superstitions of the West of Scotland. Antiquam exquirite matrem." To the Right Hon. the Earl of Buchan, the illustrious founder of our National Societies. My Loao, study of popular superstitions, thpugh intimately connected with the history of the human mind,
April 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I. Sermons: by Archibald Allson. L.L.B. Vol.II. 8vd. 12.

I. Sermons: by Archibald Allson. L.L.B. Vol.II. 8vd. 12.

I. Sermons: Archibald Allson. L.L.B. Vol.II. 8vd. 12. Scottish Review* * if* have on a former 1 pressed pretty fully ' as to the merits of Mr Alison l , ( ,tl i ''! 1 cies of composition. We find j ii", to add or to alter from the ■ which we then delivered* *'■' 1 has since been
April 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Commissioners of the Hackney Coach Office. At department Ger«t, in France, Joseph Dedieu, day-labourer, aged years. ate but little besides

Commissioners of the Hackney Coach Office. At department Ger«t, in France, Joseph Dedieu, day-labourer, aged years. ate but little besides

vegetables, and preserved his faculties the last. At Geneva, the Most Noble the Marquis Lullin de Chateuvieux, Lieutenant-General in the service of his Most Christian Majesty, formerly Colonel the Swiss regiment bearing his name. Tie had retired from the French service on the ov
April 1, 1816 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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April 6, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Letter VII. to the VT*e United States of America, [424

Letter VII. to the VT*e United States of America, [424

Letter VII. the VT*e United States of America, [424 yon now hear whole counties of “the “fdst-anckored Isle” now patting forth the sentiments, which your opponents have all along bold, If your shame little, yoor impodence must be monstrously great* Not, mind, that lam disposed to
April 6, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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April 6, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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April that of England itself, to which all other Interests were mere appendages. The question was, whether the landowners of England shall reduced to the lowest rank in the scale of society. u If they were pressed down to the earth, u then would perish the safeguards of the Cons
April 6, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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April fall under the relentless hand of the law ; and that country, which two years since was the seat of every comfort, nay of luxury itself, must, unless this blow be averted, return to misery and want, (f) And here let pause to say a few words on the difference of the situati
April 6, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England