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motives.

motives.

It has been said, with the view of misleading those who are unacquainted with the nature of such assena-1)1'. s, that they are not meetings of proprietors, but of freeholders. Now, it is well known that in every instance they have included the whole landed interest of the county
January 20, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Next week will be publiThed, - Handsomely printed in One LArge Volume Octavo, with Music. price 14s. . , A

Next week will be publiThed, - Handsomely printed in One LArge Volume Octavo, with Music. price 14s. . , A

SPCOVD • SERIES of the JACOBITE RELICS Li Of SCOTLAND.; being. the Songs; Airs, and- Legends, of the Adherent., to the Rouse of t Stuart: Coliecte,l and lll:nitrated. By JAMES HOGG. :Aut:hor of The Queen's Wake,' &c. &c. Lately published, by the same Author, The FIRST SERIES of
January 20, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ROMAN CATHOLICS.

ROMAN CATHOLICS.

A numb'er of petitions were presented against further concessions . to the Roman Catholic. A petition was presented from the Duke of Norfolk, the Esti of Shrewsbury, and Lords Petre and Arundsl (Cathplic Peers), in your of the bills iefore the house. . . . On the gliestion that
March 31, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ADVERTISEMENT.)

ADVERTISEMENT.)

THE LATE MR SCOTT.-Mr John 'Scott, whose recent death has interested a considerable portion of the Public, has left a Widow and Two Children, for wbom he was unable to provide. By distinguished talents, as well as by exemplary prudence and industry, he had only just reached the
March 31, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE BEACON. EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, MARCH 17. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

THE BEACON. EDINBURGH, SATURDAY, MARCH 17. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Otty excellent friend at Ilailevbury will see that we have given a deservedly conspicuous place to his profound observations on the corn laws. The letter from a " Cosmopolite" is too long, and rather too rambling. The " Rival Chieftains" is under cousideration. The " Poetical Ep
March 17, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEW "HOLY 41.141ANCE."

NEW "HOLY 41.141ANCE."

Ma Enrroil---.4 net has come to my knowledge, which, I think, ought to be made public for many sufficient reasons, You may depend on my having perfeetly ascertained it ;- but, indeed, I rather suspect you will find no difficulty in obtaining ample confirmation passim, if you des
March 17, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
14r LAW APPOINTMENTS IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND.

14r LAW APPOINTMENTS IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND.

LAW APPOINTMENTS IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. I, e l t is said that two gentlemen at the Irish bar have lately appointed to the offices of Attorney and Solicitor- . t "eral to the Queen. The following is thought fo be a i t c "rreet statement of the circumstances connected with these
January 6, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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May 19, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
POLAR EXPEDITION.

POLAR EXPEDITION.

The Fury, Captain Parry, and the Heels, Captain Lyon, appointed to this service, sailed with a fair wind, on Tuesday, the Bth inst. To prevent the consumption of their sea stock, the Nautilus, with stores of every description for their use, accompanies them as far as Hudson's Ba
May 19, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
[FEONI TIIE GUARLIAN.I

[FEONI TIIE GUARLIAN.I

Every one is acquainted with a sprightly poem, The Progress of Discontent, which well depicts the inclination of individuals to make themselves uncomfortable in every situation. The same principle might be applied to the lamentations and clamours. of public bodies; and an apt il
May 12, 1821 - Beacon (Edinburgh) - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland