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■ ■■ mO To the AFFLICTED with RUPTi ES. F. PRIEST, Druggist, No. I, ST. GILKS's- NORWICH, f-GS leave inform

■ ■■ mO To the AFFLICTED with RUPTi ES. F. PRIEST, Druggist, No. I, ST. GILKS's- NORWICH, f-GS leave inform

the - *P«hlic tliat he is appointed V^~j-«- Agent for selling the nt in-- "* terpentine Curved Elaa- Mp ie SPRING TRUSSES, invent- ed and made Jens Wrick *, Liverpool.—The great success the inventor has met with pronounces then superiority over any yet the public, as they arc cu
December 27, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE.

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE.

In former numbers of the Scots Magazine, have in the course of the last five years given some interesting details of the Carr Hock, and the beacon erecting upon it; and we had length the reasonable prospect of a successful termination to that arduous undertaking. It is, therefor
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONTHLY LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS.

MONTHLY LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS.

LONDON. AGRICULTURE. The Code of Agriculture, including Observations on Gardens, Woods, and Plantations. By the Right Hon. Sir John Sinclair, Bart. Bvo. L. I, Is. ASTRONOMY. Evening Amusements for 1818. William Frend, Esq. BIOGRAPHY. Scripture Portraits, or Biographical Memoirs
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, &c.

I. CIVIL. Nov. 10—Mr Alexander Louis Prevost, to be agent and consul in London, for the Swiss Confederation. 15.—The Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow, to be Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow. 28 Jonathan Garner, Esq. Barbadocs, to first President of the Edinburgh Royal Medi
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

The month November having been generally mild, great deal of wheat was sown on fallows and bean-lands in excellent order; the pastures were still fresh, growing, and abundant; turnips continued to improve, and the plough moved forward without interruption. The labours of the sea
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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Register.

Register.

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Colonial Produce—Sugars.—The market still continues dull, with little variation in prices; but as it is ftow thought that Muscovadoes have declined to moderate prices* an improved demand is expected. Retined goods have experienced decline of about 4s. in the c
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Register.

Register.

PRICES CURRENT—Dec. C. Sugar, Muse. Leitii. I Glasgow. Liverpool, 'per B. P. Dry Brown, ... 75 @ 72 @ 75 72 @ ; > cwt. Mid. good, and tine mid. 80 80 76 76 Fine and very fine, . . 92 93 llcjined, Double Loaves, ... 150 155 Powder ditto, ... 128 Single ditto, .... 118 11G 118 123
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
lIIGH WATER AT LEITII. bays. Morn. Even. Days. Morn. Even. Dec. h. m. h. m. Jan. h. m. h. m.

lIIGH WATER AT LEITII. bays. Morn. Even. Days. Morn. Even. Dec. h. m. h. m. Jan. h. m. h. m.

Su. 21 12 M. 5 19 M. 22 1 13 1 33 Tu. 6 1 38 2 Tu. 1 51 2 10 W. 7 2 30 2 W. 24 2 2 48 Th. 8 3 18 3 38 Til. 25 3 5 3 24 Fr. 9 3 4 Fr. 26 3 43 4 3 Sa. 10 4 39 4 58 Sa. 27 4 22 4 43 Su. 11 5 16 5 35 Su. 28 5 4 5 25 M. 53 6 12 M. 29 5 49 6 10 Tu. 13 6 31 Tu. 30 6 35 3 W. 14 7 12 7 3
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
As toll'd the midnight bell, Myself from oIF the couch rais'd, And on the moonless heavens I gaz'd : When

As toll'd the midnight bell, Myself from oIF the couch rais'd, And on the moonless heavens I gaz'd : When

lo! dim light, in the sky, Appall'd my heart, and fix'd mine eye ; As backward silently I drew, Broader it wax'd, ami brighter grew : Mysterious awe, and silent dread Of something, that I could not name, Weigh'd on my breast, and chill'd my frame, While, as my bosom wildly stirr
December 1, 1817 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland