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... the popular feeling and the way in which popular feeling was expressed in Scotland, especially from the commencement of the civil war till the glorious Revolution. The notes which Mr Maidmnent has written for each piece are extremely valuable and very ...

PAISLEY FREE LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

... Olotlilappere Boilermiukero ; Amalgamated Engineers ; Order of Foresters; Operative Bakers; Amalgamated Tailors; J oine-rs; layers United Operative Masone; Amnlgaisated Sisters ; Rloyal St Crispiin Lodge Independent Slateie ; Glentield Workcers ; Burgh Oflicial ...

LATERATURE

... and Edinburgh; Regius Professor of Civil Engineer. Sog and Mechanics in the University of Glasgow, &o., &o. London: Charles Griffin & Co. IrN the person of Dr Rankiue the University of Glaa gow has a professor of civil engineerirg and mecha. nics whose ...

LOPEZ

... is trues clang to Lopez to the very last, said hoped ?? hope up to the time of this final and. orushing overthrow; but the civil portion of the inbabitants rnist long have been sick of the misfortunes and the misery which the obstinacy and ambition of ...

LITERATURE

... map very useful, if not indispensable, and all will find it interesting. CQviL SmuvIoE GUID. By R. Johnston, author of The Civil Bervice Arithmetic, &c, London: Longmans, Green & Co. Taf sub-title of this little volume explains the nature of its contents ...

MASONIC FESTIVAL

... walls which divided ,.tet~itn from nation seem to he cmu is- G Unig down, at,d the peoplee appear to be uniting to G nacknaowlsdg, tee ci;-hts of civil and religious liberty, L ned sreaki tie ctctt~tnon language of brotherly love. 12 Brethren, w.e cay not ...

LITERATURE

... Teinds stand to the Established Church, the Courts of the Church have much peculiart business, involving complicated questions, civil and I ecclesiastical. The members of these courts, acting sometimes as judges and sometimes as prosecators, would require no ...