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tion of Wallace and Nennius.—Nov, 10, 1789.

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MR. GEORGE DEMPSTER, M. P. TO MR. PINKERTON. 238

On the comparative expeuse of living in England and Switzer-

land: with remarks on the present state of the latter coun-
try and of the parties in England.-Nov. 25, 1789.

HON. HORACE WALPOLE TO MR. PINKERTON. 211

On family affairs.-Dec. 15, 1789.

MR. GEORGE CHALMERS TO MR. PINKERTON, 242

Respecting some manuscripts.-Feb. 22, 1790.
MR. PINKERTON TO MR. WM. HERBERT.

213
On his volume upon Scotch Typography.-Feb, 22, 1790.

EARL OF BUCHAN TO MR. PINKERTON.

246

On the Metrical History of Wallace by Henry the Minstrel,
and on a portrait of that hero.—March 5, 1790.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

247

Remarks on the portrait of Wallace, and mentioning his in-

tended editions of Barbour, Lindsay, Winton, &c.—March

27, 1790.

EARL OF BUCHAN TO MR. PINKERTON.

219

Enclosing a list of papers in the Cloisters at Westminster: with

remarks on the portraits at Kielberg.-- April 9, 1790.

HON. HORACE WALPOLE TO MR. PINKERTON.

252

On his bad success in an application to the Archbishop of Can-

terbury in favor of Mr. Pinkerton.--May 26, 1790.

EARL OF BUCHAN TO MR. PINKERTON.

252

Offering to assist him in bis History of Scotland by the loan of

drawings or manuscripts.-July 16, 1790.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN, 254

On the Memoirs of Lockhart of Lee, ou bis own History of

Scotland, &c.— July 19, 1790.

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EARL OF BUCHAN TO MR. PINKERTON.

257

Reply to him respecting the Memoirs of Lockhart of Lee, and

relative to the Scotch College at Paris.-Aug. 5, 1790.

LORD HAILES TO MR. PINKERTON.

259

Has no intention of continuing his Annals, but meditates fur-
ther publications on Scottish History.--Sept. 28, 1790.

MR. PINKERTON TO LORD HAILES.

260

Requesting information on the old laws of Scotland.- Feb. 1,

1791.

LORD HAILES TO MR. PINKERTON.

263

On the ancient Scottish laws and statutes.-Feb. 28, 1791.

DR. JOSEPH WARTON TO MR. PINKERTON. 264

Pointing out his mistake in attributing the Ode on Summer to

Mr. Seton.-April 28, 1791.

DR. THORKELIN TO MR. PINKERTON.

265

On the state of affairs in Denmark; and on the abolition of feu-
dal slavery there.-Aug. 29, 1791.

DR. THORKELIN TO MR. PINKERTON.

268

Informing him of bis election into the Royal Icelandic Society

of Sciences, and on the favorable reception of his Essay on

Coins in Denmark, and requesting him to forward the repub-

lication of Dr. Thorkelin's Sketch of the Character of the

Prince Royal of Denmark.-Nov. 1, 1791.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN. 271

Thanks for drawings 'sent for his Iconographia Scotica.-Nov.

21, 1791.

DR. THORKELIN TO MR. PINKERTON.

273

Requesting him to take steps for the publication of bis Sketch

of the Character of the Prince Royal in London : remarks
on the conduct of the Prince Royal, and on the treaty
between Russia and Sweden.Dec. 1791.

MR. ASTLE TO MR. PINKERTON.

275

On the seals of the Kings of Scotland in the Chapter-House.-

Dec. 14, 1791.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN. 276

Expressing his desire to become a member of the Antiquarian

Society at Edinburgh.-Dec. 19, 1791.

EARL OF ORFORD TO MR. PINKERTON.

278

His feelings and situation on his accession to the title of Earl

of Orford.---Dec. 26, 1791.

DR. THORKELIN TO MR. PINKERTON.

280

On his own intended publication of the Ancient Laws of

Norway and Iceland.-Jan. 18, 1792.

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DR. JAMES ANDERSON TO MR. PINKERTON.

283

On his reasons for publishing The Bee, and on the character of

the Scotch.-Jan. 25, 1792.

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318

DR, PERCY TO MR. PINKERTON.
Expressive of his vexation at the gross attacks of Mr.

Ritson.-July 28, 1792.

319

EARL OF ORFORD TO MR. PINKERTON.
Thanking him for his attention to Miss Berry.-Aug. 27, 1792.

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MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN. 320

That his three volumes of Scottish poetry are published, and
respecting Mr. de Cardonnel.-Jan. 29, 1793.

MR. DAVIDSON TO MR, PINKERTON.

321

On the ancient Scottish laws and statutes.-Feb. 13, 1793.

MR. W. G. BROWNE TO MR, PINKERTON.

323

Account of his expedition to Lake Moeris, the report of his

being murdered at Kous, his proposed tour to India, and the
ravages of the plague in Egypt.-April 18, 1793.

MR. PINKERTON TO MR. GIBBON.

328

On his proposed scheme for publishing the Ancient English
Historians.-July 23, 1793.

MR. GIBBON TO MR. PINKERTON.

330

Pressing him to become the editor of the above work, and
offering his assistance.-July 25, 1793.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN. 333

Acquainting him with his marriage, with the progress made in

bis History of Scotland, and the favorable opinions of it ex-
pressed by Dr. Percy and Lord Orford.-Sept. 23, 1793.

EARL OF ORFORD TO MR. PINKERTON.

335

On bis age and infirmities.-Sept. 25, 1793.

SIR JOSEPH BANKS TO MR. PINKERTON.

336

Encouraging his plan of editing the old English Historians, and
asking information respecting Mr. Browne.-Dec. 8, 1793.

MR. ASTLE TO MR. PINKERTON.

337

On bis intention of publishing the old English Historians.-

Dec. 10, 1793.

MR. JAMES SIBBALD TO MR. PINKERTON.

338

Account of Forbes's collection of Songs : on the inaccuracies in

Mr. Tytler's edition of Christ's Kirk, and on the author of

King's Quair.-Dec. 1793.

MR. C. BUTLER TO MR. PINKERTON.

341

Advice on bis intended publication of the old English Histo-

rians, and remarks on the greater comparative facilities
given in France to such a work.-Dec. 23, 1793.

MR. PINKERTON TO MR. NICHOLS.

On the death of Mr. Gibbon.-Jan. 20, 1794.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN,

Requesting his assistance for Mr. Sibbald, in his intended

reprint of The Evergreen.-Jan. 30, 1794.

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MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN. 345

On the defective nature of former bistories of Scotland: on

the death of Gibbon, and expressions of bis gratitude to Lord
Buchan and Mr. Millar.–April 5, 1794.

EARL OF ORFORD TO MR. PINKERTON.

349

Thanking him for the perusal of some manuscripts.-April 11,

1794.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

On bis own circumstances and temper, and mentioning the

revival of his proposed publication of the Iconographia
Scolica.-April 21, 1794.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

Enclosing the prospectus of the Iconographia Scoticu.-May 19,

1794.

MR. PINKERTON TO THE EARL OF BUCHAN.

Respecting drawings for the Iconographia, and historical

doubts.-Nov. 4, 1794.

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