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GLASGOW:
PRINTED BY JAMES MACNAB, 11 MILLER STREET.

MDCCCLXVIII.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1.

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Reminiscences of James Watt. By Robert Hart, Esq.,

A few brief notices of the old Tolbooth at the Cross of Glasgow,

Removed in 1814, &c. By Gabriel Neil, Esq.,

On the Letter of Guildry, and the Merchants’and Trades' Houses.

By Laurence Hill, Esq., LL.B.,

Journal of a Soldier in the Earl of Eglinton's troop of horse,

Anno 1689. Transcribed from his manuscript by Gabriel

Neil, Esq.,

Reminiscences of the Glasgow Custom-House, trade of Clyde,

steamers, &c. By Andrew Scott, Esq., late H. M.'s Customs,

Enquiry into the origin and meaning of some names of places

in Scotland, and particularly in Clydesdale. By Alexander

Galloway, Esq.,

A visit to the Wall of Hadrian. By John Buchanan, Esq.,

On the Early Population of Scotland. By John Scoular, Esq., M.D.,

Memorial relative to the Hospital of St. Nicholas. By Michael

Connal, Esq.,

Scotland in the middle ages. Notes by Alexander Galloway,

Esq., on the work of Cosmo Innes, Esq.,

Notes regarding a drinking cup which belonged to the old

Kilsyth Livingstones, and otherwise relative to that family.

By Dr. Stewart, Kirkintilloch,

On the origin, coronation, and jurisdiction of the Lord Lyon,

King of arms. By Sheriff Strathern,

Memorandum as to objects found in a small tumulus on the

lands of Blochairn, Baldernock parish, opened August 4,

1859. By Alexander Galloway, Esq.,

On the remains of a vitrified fort, or site, in the island of Cum-

brae, with Notes on the vitrified forts of Berigonium, Glen

Nevis, Craig Phadrick, Portencross, and Bute. By William

Keddie, Esq.,

Notes on Partick in olden times. By James Napier, Esq.,

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