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SHELF VII. . Pamphlets. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. Carrick's (James) Account of all the Robberies committed by him, John Malhoni, and their accomplices, &c.
. Lond. 1722 2. Trial of John Holloway and Owen Haggerty, for the Murder of Mr. Steele. 8th edit. ib. 1807 3. Present Conduct of the Highland Chieftains and Proprietors towards their Clans and People, by a Highlander. 2d edit.
. . . ib. 1773 Tracts. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. Trial of Archibald Stewart, Esq. late Lord Provost of Edinburgh, for neglect of duty, &c. (2 parts.)
Edin. 1747 2. Trial of James Carnegie of Findhaven for the Murder of the Earl of Strathmore in 1728. 3. edit. ib. 1762
See PROSE WORKS, vol. xxi. p. 237-239. Trial of Lord George Gordon for High Treason, February 5, 1781, &c. 800. ib. 1781 Lives of Malefactors. 800. containing, 1. Account of the Life and Actions of James Maclean, Highwayman, &c. ,
wants title. 2. Allen's (Rev. Dr.) Account of the behaviour of Mr. James Maclaine, &c. 3d edit.
Lond. 1750 3. Life and Memoirs of Mr. William Smith, executed, 3d October, 1750, for Forgery. . ib. 1750 Report of Proceedings under Commission for Oyer and Terminer, &c. held at York, January
2-12, 1813. (Trials of the Luddites.) 800. . . . Lond. 1813 Report of Trial of an Action, Hon. Frederick Cavendish, o. the London Hope Insurance Com
pany, before Lord Norbury and a Special Jury, February 18-23, 1813. 8vo. Dub. 1813 Authentic Memoir of the Remarkable Life and Surprising Exploits of Mandrin, Captain-General of the French Smugglers, &c. 800.
. Lond. 1753 See Life, vol. vi. p. 207. Report of Trial of Roger O'Connor, Esq. on a charge of conspiring, &c. to rob the Mail from
Dublin to Galway, 2d Oct. 1812, tried at Trim Assizes, 5th Aug. 1817. 8vo. Dub. 1817 Report of Proceedings upon an Information in the nature of a Quo Warranto, at the Suit of
the King, against Walter O'Grady, Esq. respecting the right of appointment to the office of
Clerk of the Pleas in the Irish Court of Exchequer, &c. 800. . . ib. 1816 Trial of Mungo Campbell for the Murder of the Earl of Eglintoun, before the Court of Justi
ciary, &c. (With MS. note of 4 pages by Sir W. S.) 3d edit. 8vo. Lond. 1770 Tracts relative to Rhynwick Williams. 800. containing 1. Angresteen's (J.) Circumstantial Account of all the Barbarities practised by the Monsters, &c. including the Four Trials of R. Williams. 3d edit. .
Lond. 1790 2. Swift's (Theophilus) Monster at Large : or the Innocence of Rhynwick Williams Vindicated. ib. 3. Williamsos (Rhynwick) Appeal to the Public, containing Observations and Reflections on Facts relative to his very extraordinary and melancholy Case. .
ib. 1792 Scotch Trials. 800. containing, 1. Trial of Thomas Muir, Esq. &c. for Sedition, August 1793.
• Edin. 1793 2. Life and Transactions of William Gadesby, from the age of 17 to 28, &c. Written by himself, &c.
ib, 1791 3. Declaration and Confession of Robert Watt, the evening before his execution, 15 Oct. 1794. ib. 1794
bjawick Wilianections on Facts rel. 1792
Foster's (Sir Michael) Report of some Proceedings, &c. for the Trial of the Rebels in 1746, and of other Crown Cases, &c. 8vo.
ARTS AND SCIENCES, AGRICULTURE, PLANTING, &c.; HISTORY OF SCOTLAND;
AND HISTORICAL MISCELLANIES. SHELF II. Howell's (John) Essay on the War Galleys of the Ancients. royal 800. Edin. 1826 Principles of War exhibited in the practice of the Camp, and as developed in a series of General
Orders of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, &c. 800.. . Lond. 1815 General Orders of the Duke of Wellington in Portugal, Spain, and France, from 1809 to 1814, and the Low Countries and France, 1815. Compiled by Lieutenant-Colonel John Gurwood.
. . . . . . . . . ib. 1832 Carruthers's (Adjutant) Instructions and Regulations, recommended, &c. to the Junior Officers,
&c. of the Roxburghshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 800.. . . Jedburgh, 1825 Malcolm's (Major-General Sir John) Instructions to Officers acting under his orders in Central
India, 1821. 8vo. . . . . . . . Lond. 1824 Dalkeith’s (Charles, Lord, afterwards Duke of Buccleuch) General Rules and Regulations for
forming advanced guards, &c. 8vo. . . . . . Edin. 1803 Bismark's (Count Von) Lectures on Cavalry Tactics. Translated from the German, with notes
by Major Beamish. 800. . . . . . . Lond. 1827 Douglas's (Major-General Sir Howard) Treatise on Naval Gunnery. 2d edit. 8vo. ib. 1829 Edinburgh Review of Sir Howard Douglas's two Pamphlets, claiming the invention of Breaking
the Line for his father, Sir Charles Douglas. (Printed separately.) 800. Edin. 1830 Ferguson's (James) Astronomy explained upon Sir J. Newton's principles, &c. 12th edition,
improved by Dr. A. Mackay. 800. . . . . . Lond, 1809 Jameson's (Professor Robert) Manual of Mineralogy. 800.
Edin. 1821 Lewis's (J. H.) Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of Short Hand, &c. sm. 800.
Lond. 1816 Molleson's (Alexander) Melody the Soul of Music, an Essay towards the improvement of the Musical Art. 8vo. . . .
. . Glasg. 1798 Hay's (D. R.) Laws of Harmonious Colouring applied to House Painting. sm. 8vo. Edin. 1828
See Life, vol. v. p. 325. Jacob's (William) Tracts relative to the Corn Trade and Corn Laws. 8vo. Lond. 1828 Buchan’s (Dr. William) Domestic Medicine ; or the Family Physician, &c. 1st edit. 800.
Edin. 1769 Cleland's (Eliz.) New and Easy Method of Cookery. 800.
. ib. 1755
Appert's (M.) Art of preserving all kinds of Animal and Vegetable Substances for several years. From the French. 2d edit. 12mo. . . .
Lond. 1812 .Kames's (Henry Home, Lord) Gentleman Farmer. 4th edit. 800. . Edin, 1788 Taplin's (William) Gentleman's Stable Directory, or, Modern System of Farriery, &c. With
Supplement. 13th edit. 2 vols. 800. . . . . Lond. 1796
SHELF III. Somerville's (John, Lord) Tracts and Observations relative to Sheep, Wool, Ploughs, and Oxen, &c. 3d edit. 8vo. . . . . .
. . ib. 1809 Harley's (William) Harleian Dairy System; and an Account of the various methods of Dairy
Husbandry pursued by the Dutch, &c. 800. . . . . ib. 1829 Napier's (William John, Lord) Treatise on Practical Store Farming, as applicable to the mountainous region of Etterick Forest, &c. 800. .
. Edin. 1822 Buchan Farmers' True Method of treating light hazely ground, &c. 800. . ib. 1733 Steele's (Andrew) Natural and Agricultural History of Peat Moss or Turf Bog, &c. (With
MS. Letter from the Author.) 800. . . . . . . ib. 1826 Anderson's (Dr. James) Miscellaneous Observations on Planting and training Timber Trees, &c. 800. .
. ib. 1777 Nicol's (Walter) Practical Planter ; or Treatise on Forest planting. 2d edit. 800. Lond. 1803 - Planter's Kalendar; or Nurseryman and Forester's Guide, &c. Edited and completed by Edward Sang. 800.
. Edin. 1812 Pontey's (William) Profitable Planter: a Treatise on the Theory and Practice of planting Forest Trees. 3d edit. 800. . . .
. Lond. 1829 — Forest Pruner, &c. Treatise on the training or management of British Timber Trees. 3d edit. 800. . . . .
. . ib. 1810 Monteath’s (Robert) Forester's Guide ; or Practical Treatise on the training and pruning of Forest Trees. 12mo. . .
. . Stirling, 1820 - Forester's Guide and Profitable Planter, &c. 2d edit. 8vo.
Edin. 1824 See Review of this in Prose WORKS, vol. xxi. p. 1. - Miscellaneous Reports on Woods and Plantations, &c. 800. . Dundee, 1827 - New and Easy Way of draining and reclaiming the Bogs and Marshes of Ireland. 800.
Edin. 1829 Weld's (I.) Essay on Evergreen Oaks, presented to the Royal Dublin Society. 800. Dub. 1829 Billington's (William) Facts, Hints, Observations, and Experiments on the different modes of
raising young Plantations of Oak, &c. 800. . . . . Newcastle, 1825 Tracts on Planting. 800. containing,
1. Withers's (Wm. jun.) Memoir on the planting and rearing of Forest Trees. 2d edit. Holt (Norfolk) 1827 2. - Letter to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. exposing certain fundamental errors in his late Essay on Planting, &c. .
ib. 1828 3. Henderson's (Andrew) Practical Hints on the principles of surveying and valuing Estates. Edin. 1829
Mitchell's (J.) Dendrologia ; or Treatise on Forest Trees; with Evelyn's Silva revised, corrected, and abridged, &c. 800. . .
.. . Keighley, 1827 Steuart's (Sir Henry, Bart. of Allanton,) Planter's Guide; or Practical Essay on the best
method of giving effect to Wood by the removal of large Trees and Underwood, &c. 800.
go Bart. of Allanton,) Planterse larce Trees and Underwood mlin, 1828
The same, second edition, greatly improved and enlarged. 800.
See Review of this in PROSE WORKS, vol. xxi. p. 77.
Hot-House. 8vo. . . . . . . . York, 1779 Agricultural Tracts, &c. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. De Salis's (Count) Considerations on the propriety of a general Draining Bill, &c. and for a Commu
tation of Tithes for Ireland. . . . . . . . 1813 2. Coventry's (Professor Andrew) Notes on the Culture and Cropping of Arable Land. Edin, 1812 3. Report of Committee of Lanarkshire Commissioners of Supply, on the procedure for striking the Fiars of Grain for 1616.
ib. 1817 4. Account of the Improvements on the Sutherland Estate.
Lond. 1815 5. Ainslie's (Robert) Practical Observations on Corn and Money, &c. .
Badnall’s (Richard) Letter on the present Commercial and Agricultural Condition of Great Britain. 8vo.
. . Liverpool, 1830 White's (Rev. Gilbert) Natural History of Selborne, &c. With additions by Sir William
Jardine. 12mo. . . . . . . . Edin. 1830 Gelieu's (Jonas de) Bee Preserver; or Practical Directions for the management and preservation of Hives. From the French. 8m. 8vo.
. . ib. 1829 Morison’s (Dr. John) Medicine no Mystery: a brief Outline of the Principles of Medical Science, &c. cr. 800. . .
Lond. 1829 Kitchiner’s (Dr. W.) Art of invigorating and prolonging Life, &c. and Peptic Precepts. 4th edit. 12mo. . .
. . ib. 1822 Paul's (Sir Geo. Bart.) Considerations on the defects of Prisons, and their present system of regulation, &c. .
. See LIPE. VOL
. Fifth Report of Committee of Society for the Improvement of Prison Discipline. 8vo. ib. 1823 Rules of the Thistle Golf-Club. With some Historical Notices of the progress of the game of Golf in Scotland. 800. . .
. . . ib. 1824 The Library of Useful Knowledge. Natural Philosophy. 1 vol. 800. containing the following
Treatises: 1. Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of Science, (by H. Brougham.) 2. Mechanics. 3. Hydrostatics. 4. Hydraulics. 5. Pneumatics. 6. Heat. 7. Optics. 8. Double Refraction and Polarisation of Light. 9. Glossary and Index.
. ib. 1829 - History of Greece, from the earliest times to its final Subjugation to Rome. 800. ib. 1829
Edin. 1825 The same. 2d edit. .
. ib. 1827 The same. 3d edit.
. ib. 1830 Fyers's (Col. P., Royal Artillery) Loch Lomond, Loch Katrine, the Trosachs, &c. Illustrated
by a Series of Lithographic Sketches. obl. 800. Craig's (John) Poems. (Dedicated to the Countess of Wemyss.) 12mo. Edin. 1827 Hogg, (James) Songs by the Ettrick Shepherd. Now first collected. 12mo. . ib. 1831 Edinburgh, Improvements in, in the year 1823. 18mo.
. ib. 1824 Scott's (Sir Walter) History of Scotland, (to the Union of the Crowns.) (For Lardner's Cyclopædia.) 2 vols. 1 2mo.
. . . . . Lond. 1830 Ferguson's (Dr. Adam) Institutes of Moral Philosophy. 3d edit. 12mo. Edin. 1785 Buchan’s (David, Earl of) Anonymous and Fugitive Essays. Collected from various periodical works. 12mo. . . . .
. ib. 1812 Currie's (Archibald) Principles of Gaelic Grammar. 12mo.
. ib. 1828 Wilkie's (Rev. David) Epigoniad, a Poem, in nine Books. 12mo.. . . ib. 1757 Fergus's (Rev. John) History of the Western World, United States. vol. 12mo. Lond. 1830 James's (G. P. R.) History of Chivalry. 12mo.
. ib. 1829 See Introduction and Notes to The Talisman ; (Tales of the Crusaders.) Markham's (Mrs.) Hist. of France; with Conversations, &c. new edit. 2 vols. 12mo. ib. 1830 Wheare's (Degery) Method and Order of reading Histories, &c. 8m. 800. . ib. 1709
Moray, &c. 800. . . . . . . . Edin, 1830 The Paisley Magazine, 1828. (Edited by W. Motherwell.) 800. . Paisley, 1828 Singer's (Rev. Dr.) General View of the Agriculture, &c. of Dumfries-shire. 800. Edin. 1812 Richmond's (Alex. B.) Narrative of the Condition of the Manufacturing Population, &c. in
Scotland in 1817, &c. 800. . . . . . . Lond. 1824 Genealogical Account of the Barclays of Urie, for upwards of seven hundred years, &c. Published by H. Mill. 8vo.
. ib. 1812 Brown's (Capt. J., Superintendant of Edinburgh Police) Letter to the Lord Provost, &c. 1820.
-Letter to Messrs. Geo. Miller, Thomas Allan, and Peter Brown. 8vo. Edin. 1820-1 Hawkins's (Susannah) Poetical Works. 800. .
. Dumfries, 1829 Mackay's (Robert, or Rob Don, the Sutherlandshire Bard) Songs and Poems in the Gaelic Language; with Memoir of the Author. 8vo.
- Inverness, 1829 See Note to The Two Drovers ; (Tales of the Canongate.) Tytler's (Pat. Fraser) History of Scotland. vol. 8vo. . . Edin. 1828, &c. See Review of the two first vols. of this in ProSE WORKS, vol. xxi. p. 152; and LIFE, vol. v. pp. 273-74.