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II.- Mr. ShuMeton's Ailegorical Survey of the Scottish Poets of the present day
-Scott,-Campbell,- **** Leyden,
Epitaphs on Living Characters,
IV.–Story of the Berwick-shire Farmer, continued,-Description of St. Mary's
Lake-Of the War in America,-Of the people on the Western Shore of
Epitaph on two Living Characters, .
Elegy on Mrs. Hay of Drumelzier,
VIII.-Life of a Profligate Student, continued,
Letter to the Spy, inclosing the Battle of Assaye, by Leyden,
A Fragment-Epitaph on a Living Character,
Of the Negroes in Jamaica, &c.
The Papers are all wrong paged from this to the end, but the numbers will direct the readers aright
XXXII.-C. D.'s Letter to the Spy on the Education of Young Ladies in Edinburgh
Poetical Description of Maelstrom,
XXXVI.—On the Principle of Curiosity,
XXXVII.- Consolations Accruing to Man from the Belief of a particular Providence
XXXVIII.-The Scots Tutor,
XL.-Malise's Journey to the Trossacks, with a romantic Highland Tale,
XLV.-History of Two Young Ladies,
XLVIII.-Evil Speaking Rediculed by an Allegorical Dream, &c.--Its Injurious Ten-