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Sketch of the life of the earl of Marr,
Observations on the bistory of Portugal,

9

Sbort catalogue of Portuguese books,

The Informer, No. 1.

Anecdote,

32

On the advantages of miscellaneous reading,

35

Description of a nautch at Tbibet,

37

Anecdote of ibe duke of Bedford,

39

Sketch of the life of the earl of Marr, continued,

Account of tbe rbinoceros,

47

Observations on the bistory of Portugal continued,

52

List of Portuguese books,

54

Account of the proceedings of tbe Swedish academy,

57

Proclamation of Edward 11.

Hints respecting the fine arts,

71

Nina a story,

76

Advice to correspondents,

Remarks on the poetry of Bucbanan, continued,

On tbe instinct of animals,

86

On the balance of trade, and exchanges,

93

Sketch of the life of the earl of Marr, continued,

Account of a feast in the time of Edward iv.

Nina, a story, concluded,

108

Inteiligence respecting arts,

Review of Sir John Sinclair's statistics,

117

To correspondents,

Comparison between tbe mode of writing history by the ancients and moderns, 121

The
necessity of roguery excemplified,

127

On Smollet's writings,

130

Account of some antiquities in Scotland,

132

Plan and elevation of a druid's temple in Aberdeenshire,

139

Sketch of the life of the earl of Marr concluded,

142

Reading memorandums

144

Review of Sir John Sinclair's statistics concluded,

146

Pbilosopbical geography, part 111. with a map,

Observations on Watson's bistory,

163

The effects of imagination,

169

On the chances in the lottery,

172

Innoculation compared with the natural small pox,

174

Reading memorandums,

-176

Azakia, a tale,

180

Proceedings in parliament on the corn bill,

187

To correspondents,

197

Memoirs of Jean Froissart, with a portrait,

193

Rondeaux by ditto,

198

On banking companies,

199

The dean Badajoz, a tale, from the French,

203

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POETRY.

A song, Resolv'd said the poet, 33 A picture too true,

The rose,

179

On the approach of winter,

ib. Ode for a club, Dec. 31. 1791, 217

The bird's nest,

34 A fable,

219

*Come under my plaidy, a ballad, 67 Gleanings of ancient poetry,

The exequy; by Dr King, 68 from Gavin Douglas, 219

70 Portsdown hill,

249

Winter, an ode,

105 Verses copied from a window, 2521

Verses in the Scottish dialect, 106 Lines written below a print of

Sonnet by Don Pedro Calderon, 107 a sleeping child,

294

by Drummond of Hathornden, ib. To the snow drop,

ib.

To the author of verses, &c. 145 Ode by Matthew Bramble, 295

Advice to married ladies, ib. The complaint, by a lady, 29.6

The maid of Clyde,

146 Song by Thomson, never before

Gentle Kate, a song,

177 published,

329

On parting with a friend, 178 Lines found in an old book, ib.

Pride,

ib. The determination,

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JOHN EARL of MARRE, LORD ERSKINE
LORD HIGHI TREASURER of SCOTLAND,

&c.

From an original Painting by Cornelius Junfen
And Published as the Met Director 4 Jan"7792.

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