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On the dress of the Highlanders: with remarks on the feudal
Thanks for his Inquiry into the early History of Scotland.—Oct.
Thanking him for his Inquiry into the Scottish History previous
Remarks on his own Scottish History, and advising the publica-
On the comparative expense of living in England and Switzer-
On family affairs.-Dec. 15, 1789.
On his volume upon Scotch Typography.-Feb. 22, 1790.
On the Metrical History of Wallace by Henry the Minstrel,
Remarks on the portrait of Wallace, and mentioning his in-
Enclosing a list of papers in the Cloisters at Westminster: with
Has no intention of continuing his Annals, but meditates fur-
On the ancient Scottish laws and statutes.-Feb. 28, 1791.
On the state of affairs in Denmark; and on the abolition of feu-
Requesting him to take steps for the publication of his Sketch
On his reasons for publishing The Bee, and on the character of
Account of his voyage from England to Alexandria: discovery
Complaining of the defective accounts given by all Scotch His-
Respecting Sinclair's History of Scotland.-March 16, 1792.
On the Rolls in the Tower.-April 6, 1792.
Expressive of his great vexation at the gross attacks of Mr.
Thanking him for his attention to Miss Berry.—Aug. 27, 1792.
On the ancient Scottish laws and statutes.-Feb. 13, 1793.
Account of his expedition to Lake Moeris, the report of his
On his proposed scheme for publishing the Ancient English
Pressing him to become the editor of the above work, and
Acquainting him with his marriage, with the progress made in
On his age and infirmities.-Sept. 25, 1793.
Encouraging his plan of editing the old English Historians, and
Advice on his intended publication of the old English Histo-
On the death of Mr. Gibbon.-Jan. 20, 1794.
Requesting his assistance for Mr. Sibbald, in his intended
On the defective nature of former histories of Scotland:
On his own circumstances and temper, and mentioning the
With an extract from the Poem of Bosworth Field, and
Respecting drawings for the Iconographia, and historical
On the same subject as the preceding.-Dec. 10, 1794.
Still farther on the same subject.-Dec. 27, 1794.