cal Silks ; Bachelors' Balls; New Fashions; Glasgow Arcade ;
Employment of Females; Foote and Harvey's Works of Art, &c.
The Snow Storm, a Drygate Story, by Mr. Archibald M-
Crony.—Heron Correspondence, No. VII. ; Theatrical Dinner
in Edinburgh; Sir Walter Scott's Acknowledgment of the
Authorship of Waverley; Azzoher; Royal and Minor Theatres ;
Mr. Melrose and Mrs. Mangeon; Play of Montrose ; Collegian
and its Publisher; Milton's Prose; Port M'Queen, &c.
The One-Legged Bookbinder, by the Hermit of the West. —
New Readings, No. V.--Love, Poetry, and Music.—Questions
for Debating Societies, No. III.-Epigram.--Sonnet on the Bass
Rock.—Heron Correspondence, No. VIII.; Mrs. Heron ; Ball
at the Wheat Sheaf; Theatricals; African Roscius; Mrs. Man-
geon; Library of Useful Knowledge; Anatomy of Drunkenness;
Anecdotes of Impudence; Mr. Kirkland; The Scrutinist, &c.
The Steam-Boat Quay.- Epistle from a Lover to his Mistress.
- A Week's Diary of a Sight-See-er; Rey. Mr. Brown; Cap-
tain Weddell’s Voyage; M. Chabert; Miss Pearson ; Duelling ;
Mr. Knowles's Pupils, &c.—Heron Correspondence, No. IX.;
Thomas Campbell, Esq.; Busy Bodies, &c.--- The Maximist,
No. 1.-Cure for Love.
The Emigrants of Avondale, by the Hermit of the West.-
New Readings, No. VI.-Local Epigrammatist, No. II.-
Diary of a Sight See-er, No. II.; Mr. Kean; Mr. Ryder ;
The Lord Rector; Mary Woolstonecraft; Kean as a Huron
Chief; Gymnastics, &c. - Heron Correspondence, No. X. ; Vine
Tavern; Shaws Water and Greenock Ladies; Cromwell's Camp,
&c.—The Maximist, No. II.- On Mr. Campbell's Arrival.
Reminiscences of Driddell, the Pye-Poet, No. I.-Leaves from
a Lounger's Note-Book, No. II. ; Courage; Dr. Drake; Liter-
ature; Phrenology; The Well-Bred Style; Lord Normanby.—
The Shereef Selim, a Turkish Tale. -Heron Correspondence,
No. XI., St. Enoch's Church; Civic Magniloquence; Mr.
Ryder; Minor Theatre; Dinner to the Lord Rector; Swan's
Views; Falkirk Magazine, &c.—Local Literary Intelligence.
Hannah Barclay ; or, Quaker-Love, a Drygate Story.--New
Readings, No. VII.-Grace Gadabout to the Editor, on the Water-
ing-Places; with his Reply.-Heron Correspondence, No. XII.;
Secession Church, and Testimony; Miss Graddon; Alexander,
and Sweeps, and Hunchbacks; Account of the Dinner to Thomas
Campbell, Esq., &c. On sundry Local Annoyances,