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_BURGH- RE-FORM . _—EVIL'S _, OF _' . THE PRESENT SYS • TEM , AND _. THE _PROPRIETY OF SEEKlk-G -A RE MEDY . BY , _COySTjETpTIONAL MEANS .

_BURGH- RE-FORM . _—EVIL'S _, OF _' . THE PRESENT SYS • TEM , AND _. THE _PROPRIETY OF SEEKlk-G -A RE MEDY . BY , _COySTjETpTIONAL MEANS .

I trust that the _readiness _, with . which _, the . desire to . have a more popular ibnn _of _election _introduced into this _burgh , was _listened to by the _Sovereign , —will _convince the _citizens of . Montrose , and _the country at largethat _when _the _united _wishes . of
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
We tin _' s day insert a very interesting account of some of tlie proceedings of _the notorious _OLIVER ,

We tin _' s day insert a very interesting account of some of tlie proceedings of _the notorious _OLIVER ,

as connected with _the late Derbyshire riots , first _published in The Times of the 31 st _ult . , This document , for _the correctness of the facts _stated in which , the Editor of The _Times has p ledged _himself , _will be read with much interest . It gives an account of the
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_The Earl _ofDAi-nousiK , now _Lieutenant-Governor ot'Nola Scothi , is to _succeed Sir JOHN _SIIKHIIIIOOKI ! as _Governor-General ami _ConimandL-r-in-Clnft'

_The Earl _ofDAi-nousiK , now _Lieutenant-Governor ot'Nola Scothi , is to _succeed Sir JOHN _SIIKHIIIIOOKI ! as _Governor-General ami _ConimandL-r-in-Clnft'

in C ; iii ; _ula . On Tuesday se ' niglit tlic Synod of _Angus and Mcarns _unanimously appointed a collection to _be _made in the _several _parishes within their bounds , in aid of tlic funds _of tlic _Society in Edinburgh ibr tlie _-iiipport or _Gaelic Schools in tlic _Highlan
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
I 3 URGII REFORM

I 3 URGII REFORM

MARY'S CHAPEL , EDINBURGH . _3 d November 1817 . Which day the _UNITED INCORPORATIONS OF WRIGHTi _:. , MASONS , and tlie six other Trades incorporated with _tlicin , being _duly _assembled , they took into tlicir most serious _consideration the _present _Set of this Bnrgli ; and
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
On _Wednesday _lust , a young gciillenimi , when walking _the streets , lind Iris anil _taken hold of by

On _Wednesday _lust , a young gciillenimi , when walking _the streets , lind Iris anil _taken hold of by

a _female , wlio carried _liini to a _house of _brut _ffinir . On coming into the li glit she burst into tears ; but what was his _surprise when _lie _recognised in her tlie daughter ( only la _years _of age ) of an old and _intimate _acquaintance , wlio li . ad _absconded from
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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At Kdinburgli , _the Lady of _Captain Uunworth _, 18 th Regiment , of _a daughter . ——Mrs _Laing _Measou _of' Lindertis _, of a daughter .- —At _Edinhurgli , _on the 30 tli _int . Mrs Trotter , Northumberland _Street , ot _' ii ila > ighti _; r . _——Sirs _. _Hope , Uacuurii _Pla
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MASTER OF THE _ACADEMY FOR PAINTING AND SCULPTURE . TO _THE _EDITOR OF _THE SCOTS-MAy . ' Sill , This

MASTER OF THE _ACADEMY FOR PAINTING AND SCULPTURE . TO _THE _EDITOR OF _THE SCOTS-MAy . ' Sill , This

paper is _. _written In Ac hope that it _way fau _under the notice of some of _( _lie Trustees for _the Improvement of Arts , &c ., _patrons of tlie situation of Master of the _Academy fur Painting : iii ( l _Sculpture in this place , now vacant . How far _1 take tlie _most dire
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_"Y _^ E _. tliink . it augurs _favourably for the . cause of Burgh , _Reform , that the

_"Y _^ E _. tliink . it augurs _favourably for the . cause of Burgh , _Reform , that the

discussions now . going on have not _ori" _-inated in party spirit , or . in , _theoretical _, views of improvement , but that the subject has been forced upon the _public _attention _,. partly by . the actual pressure , and partly _. by the _well-founded _, apprehension , of re
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
would _wait tlic call of public convenience , and take tlic direction which it pointed out . Were the public

would _wait tlic call of public convenience , and take tlic direction which it pointed out . Were the public

_voice acting regularly and constantly through some proper _organ , tlic wants of the community would always be faithfull y _expressed and _attended to ; the indolence of _magistrates would be _stimulated , and their _precipitation checked . The talent and _public _spirit _exist
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

PARIS ' _PAPERS . " PARIS , Ort , _G _' 7 . _—Private letters from _Madriil of the 13 th _instant say _nothing _whatever _respecting tlic pretended odensivo _movements of the Spaniards against Portugal . _Gcnci-ii ] 0 _'JDonncll , wlio _lias _been _mentioned _us tlic commander o
November 8, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland