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John Bowman, esq. Chief Magistrate
John Chiene, sen. and Wni. Bouthrone, Bailies
John Laing, Treasurer, John Eillis, Convener
Matthew Foster Connolly, Clerk
John Chiene, esq. Captain
William Bonthrone, Secretary
Bontbrone Mr. Wm. Jockies port
Brown Mr. Andrew, Market st
Chiene John, esq. Market st
Coldstream Miss, Shoregate
Davidson Mrs. Market st
Hodge Captain Andrew, R. N.
Jockies port
Inglis Mrs. Market st
Inglis Mrs. B. Market st
Inglis Robert, esq. of Kiikmay
Logan Mr. Robert, High st
Laing John, (Latin, English, &c.3
Webster James, (Latin, English,
geography, & elocution]
Duncan John, High st
Philp David, Market st
Walker David, Market st
Murray William, Market st
Robertson Wm. Market st
Scott Thomas, JMarket st
Taylor Thomas, West si
Taylor William, West st
Key James, High st
Brown James, Market st
Elder John, Nethergate
Brown Andrew, Market st
Bowsie John, Market st
I\Iartiu George, Market st
Brown James, High st
Bowsie John, Market st
Gourlie Robert, High st
Philp Elizabeth, Cross Causeway
Spence John, High a.t
Bowsie John, Market st
Souter John, High st
Greig Thomas, Anster Road
Watson Alex. Nethergate
Brown John, Market st
Swan John, High st
Taylor David, INIarket st
Clark George, Nethergate
Dewar James, Shore
Dickson Cath. Cross Causeway
DuflFMrs. High st
Fleeming James, Mill
Brown James, Shoregate
Bilsellie John, Bank head
Duncan David, Market st
Wylie David, Market st
Bontbrone William, surgeon,
Jockies port
Bowman John, flesher. Market st
Cuthbert David, slater, Shoregate
DuifMr. John, High st
Duncan John, lime merchant,
Market st
Emerson Thomas, hair dresser.
High st
Hodge Alex, tide surveyor,High st
Iinies Samuel, coast waiter,
Melivile John, earthenware dea-
ler, Market st
Ross Wm. cooper, High st
Wilson James, collector of shore
dues, Shore
ANSTRUTHER, David Brown, evcTv
morning at eight, and returns Ihe
same dav.
EDINBURGH, Alexdr. Brown, every
Tuesday morning, and returns on
LEVEN, James Brown, every Wed-
nesday and Friday, and returns on
Thursday and Saturday.
ST. ANDREWS, John Brown, Tues-
day, Thursday, and Saturday, and
returns the same days.
LS atown in Fifeshire, 22 miles N. E. of Kinghorn,
10 W. of St. Andrews, and 10 E. of Falkland, situa-
ted oh the banks of the river Eden at its junction
with the Marybnrn. The view of the town from al-
most any quarter is much concealed and circumscri-
- ped. The principal streets are the Crossgate, the
Slillgate, the Bonnygate, and St. Catherine-street;,
•which last is built on the plan of the houses in the
New-town of Edinburgh, and particularly thos<; on
the north side of that town. In this street are the
County-rooms and a Tontine of very superior ap-
pearance and accommodation. The principal trade
of the town is the manufacture of linen. There are
also nianufactures of leather, candles, ropes, bricks
and tilet, besides several breweries, corn and wank
mills. Here are two branches of Edinburgh banks,
the British Linen Company, and the Commer-
cial Bank of Scotland,' together with the Fife
Bank.: There is a parish church in Cupar, which is
■a collegiate charge; a Relief, United Secession,
Original Burgher, Baptist, and Episcopalian
Chapel; the latter, which is in St. Catherine's-street, ,
adds greatly to the beautv of the street. Here is \
also a new prison erected on the south side of the
river, which in appearance very much resembles the
prison in Glasgow, and in fact is more like a gen-
tleman's seat, than a house of confinement. There
are no remains of antiquity about Cupar of the
Castle, of which frequent mention is made in Scot-
tish history. The Castle-hill, where it stood, and
where the plays of Sir David Lindsay and the " Sa-
tj/re o/theThreeEttaiea" were acted iu 1535, is now
occupied with schools and a theatre ; and the spot,
which once resounded with the din of arms, has now
given way to learning and education. To the east
of the town there was a convent of Dominican or
Black Friars ; the steeple which is a very great oi-
nament to the town, was in part built by the prior
of St. Andrews in 1415, and tinished by Mr.William
Scott, who was tor many years minister of Cupar,
and who died in 1642. The schools here are sup-
plied with excellent teachers in all the useful
branches of education, and there is a public libiary
well stocked with books in the various branches of
literature and science. A Mr. Robert Tullis has
printed many excellent editions of the classics,under
the revision of Dr. John Hunter, of St. Andrews,
which, for correctness and accmacy. may challenge
a comparison with many in the metropolis. Cupar is
a royal burgh governed by a provost, three bailies, a
dean of guild, 13 guild councillors, who choose one
another, and eight trades' councillors or deacons,
elected by the eight corporations. There is a mar-
ket held in Cupar every Thursday, which is well
attended. As^Cupiy is the county town, and head
burgh of Fifeshire, the public business of the county
and burgh are transacted here, and the court.s oV
law and taxation are held at stated times. There
are eight annual fairs, 1st Thursday in January, 1st
Wednesday in February, O. S., 1st Wednesday in
April, last Wednesday in May, O. S., 2oth of June,
O. S., 25th of July, 0. S., 1st Thursday in October,
O. S., and llth of November, 0. S.

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