Using https://stevemorse.org/ellis/passengers.php?mode=phil I searched for port of departure "Glasgow, Scotland" and date of arrival " 1825 =+/- 25 years. I came up with 506 individuals arriving in Philadelphia. To do this search you need access to Ancestry.com, since the results appear on that website. Quite a few Scottish passengers also left from Liverpool, England. The US did not require that immigrants be named on ships arriving in the US until 1820, but Philadelphia had been keeping lists of non-British arrivals since at least 1727 and continued to do so even for British arrivals after the formation of the United States. I am not certain if the arrivals between 1800-1819 are a complete list, since it was not required.
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Found this List of passenger ships by year
For more about Scotland Immigration go to...that's where I found the above link.
familysearch.org is a free website but you will need to register to search
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On Ancestry -- All Pennsylvania, Passenger and Crew Lists, 1800-1962
A search from 1800-1820 shows 694 passengers from Scotland.
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located the series Index to Vessels Entering the Port of Philadelphia, ca. 1800 - ca. 1880 (M360) in the Records of the U.S. Customs Service, (Record Group 36) that may contain the information that you seek. For access to and/or copies of these series, please contact the National Archives at Philadelphia (RE-PA) via email at email@example.com.
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