Sir George Clerk. –As the cawing of the rooks portends a storm, it is worth while to mention that the cunning baronet has come down from London, and commenced a canvass in this county within these few days. It is stated, we believe upon good authority, that he accounts for this course of proceeding, by referring to the great probability …

The Quakers of America have addressed an humble Representation to the Legislative Body of that country, praying that exhibitions, Preludes, Interludes, yea, all lewds and stage-plays may be discountenanced, pointing out their pernicious tendency in corrupting the morals of the People. Transcription Information: Collected from a digital image by M. H. Beals. Transcribed by Max Templer. Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, …

THE INDIANS. IT is our wish, in imitation of other newswritters, to give now and then an account of such new publications as deserve the attention of the public; but in a paper, published only twice a week, where so much naturally occurs under the article of temporary news, it is but seldom we can find room for this purpose:–when, …

When the Cherokee Chiefs first visited Coventgarden Theatre, one of them appeared much delighted with the splendid appearance of an Indian cap worn by one of the pantomime actors; this being observed, the performer was directed the performance; the Chief, amazed at the offer of the magnificent present, said, through his interpreter, ” that even in his won country he …