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nished the world with an Encyclopædia, the first, if we are not mis

taken, published in Scotland-at all events the only one ever atORIGINAL PORTRAIT OF ROBERT BURNS. tempted in a provincial place and this alone manifested a degree of

literary enterprise that has never yet been equalled anywhere else Preparing for publication,

beyond the capitals and the English university towns. An edition DEDICATED, BY PERMISSION,

or 'Burns also proceeded from the Perth press, with an able life of the TO SIR WALTER SCOTT, BART.

poet by Professor Walker : and the note, Morison's edition, when

found in the catalogues of booksellers, is well known to add value to A GENUINE AND ORIGINAL PORTRAIT

many other works to which it is attached. The splendid literary ex. OF

ertions made in our city for a considerable series of years back, have ROBERT BURNS,

superseded the necessity of exertion elsewhere, and have also tended

to drain the provinces of the talents necessary for such pursuits; but PAINTED IN 1786, BY THE LATE MR PETER TAYLOR,

Perth may look back with no little pride to the time when she start

ed so fairly in the same honourable race. AND FINISHED IN THE FIRST STYLE OP LINE ENGRAVING, 35.“ With all these recollections fresh in our memory, it was with BY MR JOHN HORSBURGH.

pleasure that we heard of the proposal of reviving the former flarne, Size of the Print, 12 by 9 inches.

by the publication of a literary periodical in the Beautiful City. PRINTS,

155,

Perth, on account of the engrossing rivalry of Edinburgh, is not fitted PROOF'S ON FRENCH PAPER,

L.1, 1s.

to be a great publishing mart; but it ought to command the sale PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER,

L.l, 5s. of a local magazine, and we hope the present one will meet with the 2s.

support which it merits. PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER, BEFORE WRITING, L.2,

The plan of the Miscellany, as the barre

intimates, embraces considerable variety. Original literary articles, To be delivered strictly in the order of Subscription, and will be

such as form the staple contents of other magazines, come first; then ready about the middle of April 1830.

follow reviews of books ; selections from the principal magazine, Edinburgh: published for the Proprietor, by CoNsTABLE and Co.

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cluding original communications, and notices of publishei works; This day is published,

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distinguished horticulturists in this country, who have hitherto been with Engravings, and Coloured Examples of Tints : compiled for the

ample contributors to similar publications in London. juvenile Student of Drawing, in his earliest stage of study; by

" We do not know whether the appearance of the Fair Maid of GEORGE MARSHALL MATHER, Mini iture Painter, and Teacher of Drawing, Edinburgh.

Perth' may not have given a new impetus to the literary eireles of Daniel Lizars, 5, St David Street, Edinburgh ; WHITTAKER,

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being an account of the personal history of the wretch Henbane

Dwining. Only a few chapters have yet appeared, from which, how. This day is published,

ever, we augur well of the rest. The opening, we contess, was

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ter, of a local interest; but as we proceed, the narrative improres, In one vol. 12mo, with Engravings, price 8s. 6d. boards,

Seeping BODY, in Health and Disease; containing a Brief View of its

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them to perish; and immediately after learns that the young man “ It is one of the very few professional performances which con whom he supposed his rival, was not so, but on the point of being vey to the reader precisely that degree of valuable information re married to the orphan daughter of his (Dwining's) only brother. The specting the nature and structure of man, the diseases with which third and fourth chapters are written with no little spirit. The rest he is afflicted, and the general mode of treating those diseases, which of the articles are in a lively vein, and neat style; the extracts are every intelligent person ought to possess. Altogether, the work will well chosen, and the remarks upon them judicious: the same good be found the most practically useful in families-especially by wives taste pervades the other departments; and on the whole, the Visa and mothers of any of its class that we have seen."-La Belle As- cellany will be found a pleasing companion for the chimney nook semblée, March.

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Perthshire."-Edinburgh Literary Journal. -Eraminer, 14th Feb.

" The 'north countrie,' a region which, Beattie tells us in his “ Our author, in a plain and well-meaning book, instructs his Minstrel, was once readers literally how they are made, shows them their functions and

“ Famed for song, and beauty's charms,” animal economy, and gives them much good advice, as well as gene we daresay has still nous enough to support a Monthly of its own, ral information."'-Literary Gazette, 27th Feb.

if conducted with the talent and discrimination which this Number “ It possesses many recommendations to popular attention, and is One evinces. We cordially recommend to the public the Perth Mrs. an excellent manual for family use. Every care seems to have been cellany. We hope it will receive that support which it so well de taken by the intelligent author to exclude whatever might be unfit to serves."-Edinburgh Literary Gazette. be rearl by all classes of the community; and we have no doubt that A second Number has just appeared, consisting of pieces, orig. it will be extensively consulted. It well deserves to be so."--Edin nal and select,-communications on every variety of subject,-intelliburgh Lit. Gazette.

gence, both local and general, agricultural and gardening,-poetry, vi The book is an excellent one. The practical knowledge it em science and the arts; and, in fact, communications suited to every braces is great, and the manner in which that knowledge is deve variety of taste. We again most cordially wish success to this laud. · loped is highly judicious and instructive. It is moreover the pro able undertaking."--Ibid. 20th Feb. duction, we believe, of a gentleman of considerable professional emi. " It is beautifully got up, and most judiciously edited."-Glasgow nence,”'-Edinburgh Observer.

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