The Pieces in Verse are distinguished by their titles being printed in italics.
Original Prospectus, with List of Articles projected. On the
Execution of Iglesias. -Specimens of a Series of New Readings
in Bailey and Johnson, No. I.—The Local Epigrammatist, No. 1.
- The Heron Correspondence, on the Chit-Chat of Glasgow,
No. I.; Apocrypha Question; Ladies' Sale; Mr. Knowles ;
Mechanics' Institution; Miss Foote, &c.
Specimens of New Readings, No. II.-Mislaid Epilogue to a
New Play.-- What you Please; or, the Dangers of Discretion.-
Heron Correspondence, No. II. ; Theatrical Criticism; Brown's
Drawings ; Minor Theatre; Errors of the Press, &c.
Questions for Debating Societies, No. I.--On the Recent
Architectural Embellishments of Glasgow ; St. David's Church;
Remonstrance of a late Member of the Incorporation of Taylors ;
“ Where is my Father's Grave?”-Harry Marten to Charles
Heron; Professor Sandford; Swan's Views, &c.—Epigram.
Drygate Stories, No. I.—The Light in the Garret Window,
a Tale of the Trongate.—Questions for Debating Societies, No.
II. -Eulogium on Drunkenness. ---Constancy; or, Pray will it
Last? - Heron Correspondence, No. III.; Series of Concerts ;
Name of Editor; Mr. Lyon; Polish Literature, &c.---Letter on
The First Sigh, an Illustration.—New Readings in Bailey and
Johnson, No. III.-— The Picture Gallery, No. I. ; On a Bac-
chante, by Henderson.—Heron Correspondence, No. IV.; Mrs.
Knyvett; Anniversaries of Burns and Byron, and Monument to
the former; Garret Window Story; New Exchange; Mr.
Ewing ; “ Glasgow Magistrate," &c.
Glasgow at Six in the Morning, by the Hermit of the West.-
New Readings, No. IV.— The Picture Gallery, No. II. ; On
Brown's View of Loch Lomond.--Letter from an Aleppo Mer-
chant on the Site of the Exchange.--Heron Correspondence, No.
Winter Parties; Dancing ; Miss Thomson ; Alexander and
the Minor Theatre; Tom Reynolds ; Dorsey; Harriston, &c.
Leaves from a Lounger's Note-Book, No. I. ; Journals of
Soldiers; Idyls of Gesner.—The Returned Letter-Bag; or, The
Fourteenth of February; with Specimens of Serious and Comic
Valentine Verses.—Heron Correspondence, No. VI.; Apostoli-