-- We copy from a Scotch paper a few of the successful instances of grouse shooting on the twelfth instant, on the Scottish Moors, which present a wonderful contrast to the doings of the most fortunate amongst the sportsmen on the moors in this county: -- Of the general success on the 12th, a few instances may serve to show the extent.  FOX MAULE brought down 84 brace;  Sir JOHN M. MACKENZIE shot 75 brace on Lock Ericht side;  Mr. STIRLING CROWFORD of Keir, 65 brace, at Dalnaspidal;  Captain JACK MURRAY and party on the hills near Castle Menzies, 50 brace of grouse, five hares, and three snipes;  Colonel PATERSON, 65 brace on the Logiealmond hills;  and Sir W. MASSEY STANLEY, 50 brace at Glenshero.  But the most extraordinary success was, as usual, in the case of Mr. CAMPBELL of Monzie, who, on his own moors, bagged 184 brace of grouse, **** mountain hares, and five snipes.