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But as I thought follow clofe, Joining, they bar my eager way; The cryltal ltream then imoothly Mows, And pallcs

But as I thought follow clofe, Joining, they bar my eager way; The cryltal ltream then imoothly Mows, And pallcs

carelcl's on in idle play. Ah me! my Arabella's flown; Loft is my lovely maid, and Damon is undone. On a D of a certain c ge, -who obferved, That wits are generally fools. THrough the whole race of man we find Some are to others merits blind. Pedants, who flill procuring knowled
2 April 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

%l. 0n thc bi!l for Preventing 1 K** ' A^, n - es ' -Arrianus Maturius JIUS Bur- ,tl( r , "* • The characters clenomihs' a'fty " tcrms ' A Greenhorn . t » Jeffln,y and a Sma,t d a Blood ,ll™' 3 J °>' OUS S P irit a J'y ( s E St r T's trial. The .% crime ee thc J ur y- The atrofr
1 October 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A QUESTION, to which a polution is ???

A QUESTION, to which a polution is ???

TO find three numbers that multiplied into one another, and to the product if you add. and likewifc if from you fuhtraft their fum, both cafes there (hall come out a/quare number. That is, in algebraical terms : Let x, y, z the three numbers to found out. and let *+y+* their tha
1 October 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TllC ADVENTURER, N°IOO. Oft. Nemo rcpente fiat turfiflimiu. Juv. I R, T Hough the characters of men have perhaps been

TllC ADVENTURER, N°IOO. Oft. Nemo rcpente fiat turfiflimiu. Juv. I R, T Hough the characters of men have perhaps been

elfentially the lame in all ages, yet their external appearance has changed with other peculiari ies of time and place, and they have been diftinguilhed by different names as new modes of exprellion have prevailed : a periodical writer, therefore, who catches the pidture of evan
1 October 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ex traits of a pamphlet, intitled, A supplement to the trial of James Stewart" London, printed, 1753,

Ex traits of a pamphlet, intitled, A supplement to the trial of James Stewart" London, printed, 1753,

Ex traits of pamphlet, intitled, A supplement to the trial of James Stewart" London, printed, 1753, IN the entry, we have inftrndtions the Barons to Glenure, dated July 25. 1751; two difcharges by Glenurc to James Stewart, for the rents of Ardfheil, dated Dec. 14. 1749, & Nov. 28
4 December 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

r^ Go,tY ' n to a young lady of her houfe 546. Janes Stewart's trial. Mr (L to the jury. Hard/hips fu/forj&tiH pannel 549. The jury cautioned ''fs u^' n u 'lty doubtful evidence yyo. v 'ous the murder 1. the ' c ' Breck S!3, 4. Improbability fiuilt s> 4, J". the alledged ev° re
5 November 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Proceedings of the Political Club,

Proceedings of the Political Club,

fia °ffederal fpeeches made the third reading the bill for preventing clan-' ' ar riages, upon the ufual motion s being made, That the bill do pafs. P fpeecb of T. Herminius. bin e wading of this j, * * was one who gave my c (lv its being committed : the * not out an y re i vrr
5 November 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
19. At London, Lt-Gen. John John lon, Colone! of a regiment of foot. 20 At Edinburgh, in the 68th year

19. At London, Lt-Gen. John John lon, Colone! of a regiment of foot. 20 At Edinburgh, in the 68th year

of his age, Mr Colin Drummond, Profeflor of Greek the college of Edinburgh. He had refigned his public elate feveral years ago; and Robert Hunter now Proflllor. 22. At Edinburgh, Lady Jean Stewart, wife of Col. Stewart, and only filler of the Duke of Douglas. Her Ladyfhip's corp
5 November 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

ON .the Bth of February, the gave the royal aflent to sin for continuing and granting MojeJly certain duties upon malt, tnuMS $, der, and perry, for the jermice of the 175 and for enlarging the time /*'#" by an aSi of the lajt fcjJ:on of partial, for fuhferibing annuities after
5 February 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

THE water of Ifla, near Keith, was dried up for fcveral hours on Sunday, Jan. 28. And the Tweed was dried up at Peebles, Feb. 14. from fix in the morning till fix night; the current being entirely fufpended during that time. On the 6th of February, at night, the Clyde rofe at hi
5 February 1753 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland