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ON THE PRESENT CRISIS OF STYLE IN LITERATURE . • " His name is Talkative ; he is tlic son of one _Say-well , who dwelt in Prating-row . " PILGI . IM ' S PKOGKESS .

ON THE PRESENT CRISIS OF STYLE IN LITERATURE . • " His name is Talkative ; he is tlic son of one _Say-well , who dwelt in Prating-row . " PILGI . IM ' S PKOGKESS .

STYLE is modified by the prevailing opinions of the age in whi ch a writer lives , in the same manner that personal behaviour is _regulated by those existing modes , which , for the _time , have obtained the approbation of society . In prose writing , a bold _indulgence of pecul
September 6, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
OREIGN INTELLIGENC

OREIGN INTELLIGENC

PARIS PAPERS . The _Muwicw of _the 2 _'lth ult . containsa . Roy _. il Ordonnance _ilirccting _the _convociition , bn _the 20 th September next , of tlie _'Electoral Ct ) Ufi _; _f ; s _of the Departments of the _fti'st scries ( un-< lor the law i ' or _renewing the _Chamber oi
September 6, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GERMAN PAPERS

GERMAN PAPERS

_COI _. MAR , August 10 . _—The state of our trade , and _particularly of our manufactures , is rather _unsatisfactory . Last _year _there _were _complaints of the want of demand tor the latter , especially in the numerous manufactories of printed _calicoes . _However , they con
September 6, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
REFLECTIONS OF A WEEK . It is too often forgotten , even by _honest men , _thatin'sttuauons of public trust _, to acquiesce in crimes , is , in all its practical _effects , ( he _same as to partake of them ; and that _tenderness to individual _delinquents is injustice to the community . _EDINHIIBGII REVIEW .

REFLECTIONS OF A WEEK . It is too often forgotten , even by _honest men , _thatin'sttuauons of public trust _, to acquiesce in crimes , is , in all its practical _effects , ( he _same as to partake of them ; and that _tenderness to individual _delinquents is injustice to the community . _EDINHIIBGII REVIEW .

_THE duty which we must _necessarily perform of toiling through the literature and the news of each _succeeding day , is _the source of many serious reflections . But _none is _more melanchol y than this / which is pressed upon us from a thousand quarters / that in this country
September 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_JSTEW _POLICE REPORT . ( _Ordered by tlie _House of _Commons to bu printed , July _8 . _1817 .

_JSTEW _POLICE REPORT . ( _Ordered by tlie _House of _Commons to bu printed , July _8 . _1817 .

) _'iT . COND _IlErORT FBO . M THE _COMlllTTEE ON _THE _rilLICli _OF _TilE _SIETlidror . _is . Your _Committee are of opinion _that _the _system of _parliamentary rewards for _the _conviction of _offenders , is of most _questionable policy . They _. liavc felt it their duty to c
September 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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OREIGN _INTELLIGENCE

OREIGN _INTELLIGENCE

PARIS _PAPERS . By a _decree of _the Iloyal Court _oft _; _ypn _; _^ _uarca AUg . - " _^ Bunigue _Dumont , a _shoemaker , aged 30 _" years , has _been _condemitud to five years of _imprisonment ) n fine of 5 U _frnnfs , &c . for seditious conduct _, in _calling _upon tlic niune
September 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
l ! ie cure of every thing _honest _and _generous in our _nature , and striking _ultimately at the root

l ! ie cure of every thing _honest _and _generous in our _nature , and striking _ultimately at the root

of all tliat _secures _the enjoyment of property , _the liberty of _person , or tolerance in relig ion . But to every poison , it is hoped , _there is _an antidote . The _love of _freedom , so _congenial to _. _thciiuinan mind , is not yet _eradicated . It exists among _ourselve
September 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_DUTCH AND _GERMAN PAPP . _li .

_DUTCH AND _GERMAN PAPP . _li .

STu'rr . _Aiin , _Srpt , 0 . _—The _new _tcrritori'iil _division is _scttlcil . Tlir _kingdom will bu divided _into four _grunt _ciri _. _'l ' . _'s , tlie Nuc-\ W , _the Uliick _Forest , _tlic Danube , _iiml _( lie _. T . ixt . Eiicli _circle will _) i ; ivc a supreme _Regency
September 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AMERICAN PAPERS

AMERICAN PAPERS

Extract of a _letter from _an _officer _serving in _the Patriotic army to his friend in Charleston , _dated Amelia Island , Aug . 8 . 1817 : — _Our forces still remain _here , and wilt _continue so , _until _reinforcements _arrive , which wu hourly look for , _when our attention
September 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
'll _> c _Select Committee , on tlic _Liliicalion nl' tlic _Lower Orders in the _Metropolis _, liavc _ogrcud _upon

'll _> c _Select Committee , on tlic _Liliicalion nl' tlic _Lower Orders in the _Metropolis _, liavc _ogrcud _upon

tin _; fulluiiinK Keporl ; " Your _CotninittuL' lia » c _been _prevented , by ; icciili _; iit ; il _rirciiiii-• itanccs , from _innkinp furtlicr progriiaa _in tlii _; inquiry _ri'rvrn _. _'tl In tln _.-lTi ; but being _iliiprciiSlid _witli _it dec )) _suii'ii _' ol' _tliL" iiii
September 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland