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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Cabinetmakers, XVI. 130.

Caddy, William, III. 78a.

Cadell, James, III. 160.

Cadell House, Canongate, I. 12 ; XI. 7. der, Will, III. 80. See Calder.

Cadies, Society of Running Stationers or, I. 219-22 ; IX. 207.

‘Cadmon ’ on demolition of Wrychtishousis, IV. 55-6, 57, 65, 67, 68.

‘Cage,’ The, Meadows, X. 258-9.

Cagnioli, T., XV. 20.

Caichepoole, XIII. 112 and n., 116, 131. Caichpeele Close, XII. 37, 38.

Cairncross, Alexander, bishop of Brechin, XVI. 138 and n.

Cairncross, George XVIII. 123.

Cairncross, James, XIII. 123.

Cairncross, Robert, abbot of Holyrood, XIII. 81.

Cairncross, William, granted feu of Lochbank, XIII. 81.

Cairncross, See Carnecross.

Cairnes, Alexander, merchant, XVIII. 129.See Cairns.

Cairnes, John, printer, VI. 151.

Cairnes, William, chapman, VIII. 114.

Cairnie, Alexander, shoemaker, XVIII. 75. See Carnie.

Cairnmuir, owned by Richard Lawson of High Riggs, XVIII. 153, 154.

Cairns (Carnes), John, VI. 88.

Cairns Maurice, IV. 163.

Cairns Robert, of Bonnington, XIX. 179.

Cairns See also Cairnes.

Cairntows, X. 2, 153.

Caitcheon, John, carver, XII. 143.

Caitcheon's Land, XII. 143.

Caithness, George, fifth Earl of, IV. 110.

Caithness, George, sixth Earl of, XVI. 49.

Caithness, Alexander, XVIII. 45.

Caithness Close, XII. 40, 41.

Calamy, Edmund, visits Edinburgh (1709), VIII. 165, 169, 193 ; on unseemly behaviour at General Assembly, 171-2.

Caldcleuch, Patrick, VIII. 91.

Caldcleugh, Robert XV. 185, 194, 201.

Calder, Charles, musician, XIX. 50.

Calder, William, lord provost, XIV. 162-3.

Calderwood, Lady (1685), XI. 45.

Calderwood, Thomas, bailie, IV. 139; V. 125, 126.

Calderwood, Sir William, of Polton, XIII. 89.

Calderwood, Mrs., of Polton, II. 22 n.

Calderwood, William, V. 134.

Caldtoun, XVIII. 38.

Caldwell, John, of that Ilk, IX. 164 ; XII. 200. See Cauldwell.

Caldwell, John, minister of Portpatrick, IX. 116-17, 121.

Caledonian Jottings, IX. 87.

Caledonian Mercury, II. 14, 24-5, 31, 171; IV. 18; V. 185; XI. 7, 163; XIV. 141; XV. 152; XVI. Introd. xxviii; XVII. 85, 162; XIX. 39, 44-6, 89; XX. 38.

Caledonian Railway, XIX. 174; XX- 44. 54, 55.

Caledonian Theatre, XVIII. App. 12.

Calf Close, XII. 136.

Calf skins, VI. 59.

Callen, David, XII. 30.

Callendar, James, embalms Montrose's heart, I. 34, 35 ; X. 94. See Callendear.

Callendar, Mrs. Nanse, II. 5.

Callendar House, I. 17 ; XI. 7 ; XII. 104.

Callender, James, XX. App. 34. See Callendar.

Callender, John, of Craigforth, XII. 43, 104.

Callender, John, lorimer, VIII. 35.

Callender, John, smith, VIII. 211.

Callender's Close, XII. 43, 44, 104.

Callender's Entry, XII. 104.

‘Caller herrin,’ II. 188.

‘Caller ou,’ II. 186, 187.

‘Caller oysters,’ II. 186.

Calton, barony of, III. 155 ; IV. 155, 156 ; Methodist chapel in Low, VIII. 174-5 ; X. 95; XV. 170; XVII. App. 13, 16-21; origin of name, XVIII. 37-8; village of, 40-3 ; craftsmen and tradesmen incorporated in one Society in 1631 ; crown charter erecting Easter and Wester Restalrig into burgh of barony, 1673; town's charter of lands of Calton, etc., in 1725, 43-4; records of Incorporated Trades of Calton, 44-6 ; recruits for Covenanting army, 1643; plague in 1645, 47; charter in favour of Lord Balmerino confirming right to Restalrig lands and barony, 47-9 ; market days and fairs, 48-9 ; Incorporation's activities, 49 ; sold to Edinburgh by Lord Balmerino, 50 ; trouble between ‘Society ’ and town in 1727, 51-5; rules for management and administration of Society, 53-5 ; table of various crafts and trades, 56-9; conditions of membership, 60-3 ; executive, 63, 66; baron bailies, 63-6; meetings of Society, 67 ; imposition of fines, 67-8 ; Beltane meetings, 68-70; invasion of crafts by unfreemen, 70-4 ; duty on ale and beer, 74 ; Calton cordjners v. Edinburgh cordiners, 74-7; employment of apprentices, 77-8; XIX. 24; prominent landmarks, 92-5; hamlet described, 95-7; convening house, 95-9, 108, 114, 122, 131-6, 141; occupations of indwellers, 97; rent collection, 99; dirty dwellings, 99-100; Society's tenants at Water of Leith, 100 ; street cleansing, 100-1 ; wells, 101-3; respect for Sabbath, 103; lighting, 103-5; boundaries, 105; raised terrace, 105-6; divisions of, 108-9 ; bridge scheme, 109, 133.4; erection of houses on Calton Hill, 109 ; Methodist chapel in, 110-11 ; earliest feuars, 111 ; burial ground, 106, 108, 109, 111, 126-33, 134, 138; ‘Clarinda’ resides in, 112-13; schools and schoolmasters, 113-14; population, 113 n.; billeting soldiers in, 114-16, 139; the drummer, 117; constable's duties, 117-18; High Constables of, 119-21 ; care of poor, 121-5; pensions for widows, 122-3; mutual benefit society, 125-6; mortcloths; gravediggers, 129; relations with South Leith kirk-session, 136-8; trades and public questions, 139-40; decline of Incorporation, 139; law and order upheld; seal of Incorporation, 140; property insured, 140-1.

Calton, burial grounds, Old, IV. 186, 187; XIV. 155; XVII. 80; New, IV. 188; Club's visit to, XII. App. 28-39. See Calton barony.

Calton, Hill, I., 152 ; obstruction of view of, 153, 154; II. 1; Wesley preaches on, VIII. 163, 166-7, 174, 194; X. 177; XII. 50, 95, 108, 228; XV. 136, 193, 195; Forrest's exhibition of statuary on, 208; XVII. 1, 2, 3; excavations at, App. 10 ; Club visits, 12-21 ; XVIII. 34, 87 ; originally known as Craigingalt, 35 ; Canongate cordjners meet on, 109, 121 ; 193, 195 ; early dwellers on, XIX. 112; XX. 14, 19.

Calton, Jail, IV. 88, 103; statue of Charles II. placed in, XVII. 87-8.

‘Calton muck,’ XIX. 101.

‘Calton Road Commissioners, XIX. 111, 134, 135.

‘Calton Society, IV. 157, 177; contrasted with Restalrig Society, 161, 186, 187, 188 ; purposes of ; lands taken over by Town Council, 187 ; connection with South Leith, 155-6, 187-8 ; officials of, 188 ; parsimony and conviviality of, 188-9; XVII. App. 17, 21.

Calton, Society of Friends of the People, XIX. 140.

Calton, Well, XV. 178.

Cambie, Agnes, XV. 40.

Cambrone's Close, XII. 40.

Cambus-stane, X. 56.

Cambuskenneth, Abbot of, XII. 61 ; XIV. 67, 68.

Cambuskenneth, John of, III. 104.

Cambusnethan, Lady. See Arthur, Elizabeth.

Cameron, Allan, of Lindally, VIII. 139, 146.

Cameron, Allan, preses of Society of Chairmasters, IX. 198.

Cameron, Annie I., The Canongate Crafts : An Agreement of 1610, XIV. 25-44.

Cameron, Dr. Archibald, brother of Lochiel, II. 4.

Cameron, Archibald (1682), warded, VIII. 139.

Cameron, Charles, balloonist, XIX. 135.

Cameron, David, prior of Black Friars of Perth, III. 74.

Cameron, Donald, of Inverlochy, VIII. 146.

Cameron, Donald, of Lochzeall, VI. 112.

Cameron, Donald, of Teirlundy, VIII. 139.

Cameron, Donald (1686), warded, XII. 201.

Cameron, Dougall, VI. 111.

Cameron, Ewen, of Inverlochy, VIII. 146.

Cameron, Ewen, translator of Fingal, VIII. 200 and n.

Cameron, Hew, of Lochiel, V. 148; VI. 111.

Cameron, Hugh, stabler, XII. 127.

Cameron, James, clerk of Tolbooth, IX. 145 XI. 69; XII. 182, 197 ; XVI. 160.

Cameron, James, fiddler, XIX. 49.

Cameron, John, warded, VIII. 139.

Cameron, Richard, covenanter, XVI. 113, 184.

Cameron, William, in Dalmellingtoun, II. 97.

Cameron, lands of, X. 5, 55, 74, 153, 215, 216 ; XIII. App. 13.

Cameron, Bridge, X. 216.

Cameron, Gushet, X. 215, 216, 217, 219 12.

Cameron, House, IX. 224.

Cameron's Close, XII. 40. See Cambrone's Close.

Cameron's Tavern, III. 174.

Cameronians, XV. 104 ; XVI. 184, 187, 188.

Cammert, John, XX. 136; riding master in succession to Angelo, 133; dispute with fencing master, 134.

Campbell, Sir James, of Inverneil, sells his office of Gentleman Usher of White Rod, XVIII. 12.

Campbell, of Loudoun, XI. 122.

Campbell, Agnes, relict of Andrew Anderson, printer, VI. 151 ; XIV. 108 n.

Campbell, Alexander, of Caddell, XII. 204, 205.

Campbell, Friar Alexander, III. 37, 54.

Campbell, Alexander, brewer, XII. 138, 139, 140, 141.

Campbell, Alexander, messenger, XVIII. 2.

Campbell, Alexander, one of Tenducci's pupils, XIX. 214.

Campbell, Lady Anne, XII. 81 ; XV. 102.

Campbell, Archibald, of Calder, XII. 204, 206.

Campbell, Archibald, of Danna, XII. 165, 187.

Campbell, Archibald, of Succoth, XIV. 46.

Campbell, Archibald (1685), warded, XII. 171, 175.

Campbell, Archibald, owner of property in Canongate, XII. 119.

Campbell, Captain, of Finab, III. 139, 153.

Campbell, Lady Caroline, XX. App. 26.

Campbell, Catherine, of Aberuchill, IV. 20, 33.

Campbell, Charles, son of Lord Neil, XII. 174, 193, 205.

Campbell, Colonel Charles, of Barbreck, XII. 132.

Campbell, Sir Colin, of Ardkinglas, XI. 57.

Campbell, Colin, of Blarintibert, warded, XII. 165, 187.

Campbell, Coline, director of Musical Society, XIX. 195.

Campbell, C. M'P., III. 177.

Campbell, Daniel, clogmaker, XVIII. 78.

Campbell, Donald, VI. 111.

Campbell, Duncan, bailie of Calton, XVIII. 50, 64.

Campbell, Duncan (1685), warded, XII. 165, 182, 187.

Campbell, Duncan, in Knapdale, warded, XI. 30, 43.

Campbell, Eleanor, wife of first Viscount

Campbell, Primrose, III. 244 n., 249.

Campbell, Ewen, in Craignis, XII. 165.

Campbell, General Fletcher, III. 152.

Campbell, Lord Frederick, Lord Clerk Register, XVII. 155. 159, 160, 162, 166, 167, 172.

Campbell, Sir George, of Cessnock, VIII.. 157, 158; IX. 155; XI. 55; XII. 168; XVI. 95.

Campbell, George, brewer, VI. 139 ; XII. 138.

Campbell, George, bailie of Canongate, XII. 102.

Campbell, George (1660), warded, IV. 137.

Campbell, George (1684), minister at Dumfries, IX. 155; XVI. 132.

Campbell, Lady Henrietta, XIX. 52, 90.

Campbell, How (1635), minister, XIII. 116, 117.

Campbell, Captain Hewgh, IX. 116.

Campbell, Sir Hugh, of Calder, XII. 206.

Campbell, Sir Hugh (or Hew), of Cessnock, VIII. 157, 158 ; IX. 130, 133, 155 ; XI. 55, 56; XII. 168.

Campbell, Hugh (1723), IX. 193.

Campbell, Sir Ilay, III. 152, 153 ; IX. 94; XII. App. 5; XX. 136.

Campbell, Ivor, in Ardvoirlich, XII. 170.

Campbell, Sir James, of Aberuchill, father-in-law of Provost Drummond, IV. 20, 29, 30, 31.

Campbell, Sir James, of Lawers, V. 149, 150.

Campbell, James, of Ardkinglas, III. 223; IX. 150, 156, 157; XVI. 63.

Campbell, James, of Lawris, III. 96.

Campbell, James, of Oronsay, III. 223 ; XVI. 63.

Campbell, James of Tresbank, IX. 164, 174.

Campbell, James William, Clerk of Sheriff Court of Chancery, XIV. 164.

Campbell, Janet, covenanter, VI. 114, 150.

Campbell, Jean, wife of William Law, goldsmith, IX. 168; XI. 21, 22.

Campbell, Sir John, Attorney General, afterwards Lord Chancellor, III. 120.

Campbell, Sir John, of Lundy, III. 55 ; XVIII. 185.

Campbell, John (1685), son of Earl of Argyll, XII. 174, 177.

Campbell, John, of Duntroon, XII. 205.

Campbell, John, of Succoth, XI. 57, 63, 68.

Campbell, John, of Suterhouss, VI. 142.

Campbell, John, Lord Stonefield, XII. App. 20.

Campbell, John (1631), in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Campbell, John (1684), minister of Dalgean, IX. 119-20.

Campbell, John (1685), warded, XI. 62 ; XII. 165; XVI. 63.

Campbell, John (1675), minister of Sorn, VI. 131 ; IX. 116.

Campbell, John, writer, VIII. 119; IX. 154; XI. 70.

Campbell, John, owner of property in Lawnmarket, XII. 16.

Campbell, John, owner of property in Canongate, XII. 102.

Campbell, John, secy., Royal Bank, II. 45 ; demanded to cash the Prince's notes, 47-8 ; dines at Holyrood, 52.

Campbell, John, his Sunday school in Candlemakers' Hall, XVII. 118.

Campbell, Jonet, warded, VIII. 137.

Campbell, Mary, of Burnbank, first wife of Provost Drummond, IV. 20, 33.

Campbell, Mrs., of Finab, XIX. 53, 88; directress of ‘Assembly,’ 90.

Campbell, Lord Neil, XI. 61, 63, 69-71 ; XII. 175; XVI. 142.

Campbell, Robert, keeper of Tolbooth, VI. 111.

Campbell, Robert (1685), warded, XII. 166.

Campbell, Robert (1764), applicant for quarrying rights in King's Park, XVIII. 191.

Campbell, Thomas, poet, II. 54; III. 114, 121; IX. 92.

Campbell, William, merchant, Canongate, XII. 102.

Campbell, William (1680), warded, VI. 145; XI. 32, 63; XII. 157.

Campbell, William, in Arras, XII. 165.

Campbell's Brewery, I. 21 ; XII. 138. See also Argyle Brewery.

Campbell's Close, Canongate, I. 12 17; XI. 7 ; XII. 101, 102; XVIII. App. 6; in

Campbell's Cowgate, I. 21 ; XII. 138.

Campbell's Close, East, XII. 141.

Campbell's Entry, XII. 139.

Campbell's Land, XII. 101, 102, 103; XIX. 58.

Camperdown, Earl of, See Duncan, Admiral.

Campvere, Lord, III. 46.

Campvere and the Scottish trade, I. 90, 97 ; IX. 51, 70, 75; X. 120, 121; XV. 19; XVI. Introd. xxvii, 34, 145 ; XIX. 160.

Canaan, lands of, X. 36, 49, 52, 57, 207; acres of St. Roque's Chapel merged with, 177; set to James Russell, 178; Town Council dispones, 179; origin of name of, 179; various proprietors of, 181-3, 186 ; farmhouse of, 222, 223.

Canaan, House, XIV. 171.

Canaan, Lane, X. 185.

Canal projected north of Queen St., XII. 224.

Canal Basin, II. 128.

Canal St., I. 149, 150, 151 ; XI. 127 ; XII. 108, 234.

Candlemaker Row, I. 21, 22 ; II. 48 ; III. 50; X. 65; XI. 7; XIII. 138, 143; XIV. 124, 145, 146, 163; XVII. 104-5, 106, 110, 134, 146.

Candlemakers' Hall, I. 22 ; XIII. App. 5. See also Candlemakers' Incorporation.

Candlemakers' Incorporation (1517-1884), material available for writing history of, XVII. 91; distinctive position amongst crafts; refused voice in municipal government, 92; early reference to; a flourishing craft; various processes of candlemaking, 93 ; seal of cause, 94, 96; selection of deacon, 94; obligations and regulations, 94-5; aim at monopoly, 95; rights threatened, 96; candlemaking in reign of James IV.; tallow melting prohibited, 97; intolerable smells, 94, 97, 104, 106, 136; relations with fleshers and cordiners, 98; restriction by town council on sale of candles and tallow, 98-100; to hold markets thrice weekly; quality of candles to be satisfactory, 100; friction with White Paper Manufactory and Fleshers, 101-4 ; relaxation of restrictions on sale, 103-4 ; premises in Candlemaker Row, 104-5 and n., 110-12, 124-5 and n. ; convening hall, 106-7, 112, App. 31; records of legacies on panels, 107-10; owned whole of west side of Candlemaker Row, 110 ; complain of want of water, 111; dullness of early minute books, 112; Ten Commandments displayed but public prayers dispensed with; fined for melting tallow; financial ups and downs, 113; attempts to gain monopoly, 114-15; entry money raised; convivialities, 116-17; relations with insurance companies, 117; their liberality, 117-19; take wider view of responsibilities, 119-22; take part in celebrations on visit of George IV., 123 ; attitude to improvement schemes, 124; property in Candlemaker Row, 124-5 and n.; widows' fund, 125-6, 129-30; effect of gas-lighting; purchase of gold chain and medal for Deacon; gradual decline of, 126; attempts to obtain reduction of duty on candles, 126-7 ; disturbance caused by proposal to sell gold chain and medal, 127; preparations for dissolution, l28; property in Clerk St. and Rankeillor St., 129 n. ; convening hall converted into dwelling, 130 and n.; appointment of judicial factor; opening of safe, 131-2; establishment of annuity fund ; sale of properties declared illegal, 133; sequestration; assets and liabilities, 135-6; final meeting, 136-7; records of; silk banner of; inventory of writs, 137-46; Club visits convening hall of, App. 11; restoration of buildings, 31 ; XVIII. App. 6.

Candlish's Church, Lothian Road, XIV. App. 10.

Cannon, Robert of Mondrogat, V. 142-3.

Cannon-Ball House, I. 2 ; its position, date of erection, survives three sieges of Castle, II. 117, 118; origin of name; unique features of, 118; early occupants, 119 ; XI. 7 ; XIV. 10 ; carved stones at, 56, 62 ; XVI. App. 10.

Canon Cross, XII. 96.

Canongate, burgh of, south side to St. John St. in Edinburgh, XII. 111n.; XIII. 79; superiority acquired by Lord Roxburgh; conveyed to Edinburgh, 80; Bellenden family superiors of, XIV. 28 ; rise of burgh, 27 ; military hospital in, XV. 138 ; XVI. 36, 68, 92, 95, 112, 150, 158, 172; Parliament in, 18; St. John's Cross, 18 ; Leith soldiers arrive, 19; Mar's cannon brought to, 21; wapinschaw in, 75 ; acquired by Edinburgh, 100; Wrights and masons, and unfreemen, 106; Moodie bequest and parish church, 110 n., 165; baxters and magistrates, 117; stipends, 126; cabinetmakers, 130; clerkship of, 146, 147; robbery, 161; Club visits tolbooth and church of, XVII. App. 21-2 ; bad effects of Cromwellian rule in; Edinburgh's interference in govemment of, XVIII. 131; quartering of military, 134; changes in external appearance, 145; kirk-session of, XX. 14, 16-8, 20, 105; cross of, 78; tolbooth, 90; acquisition by Edinburgh of superiority, 94; burgh court book, App. 21; work of Courts of, 9-10; South Back of, I. 15, 17, 18, 108. See also Church, Crafts, Cutlers, Grammar School, Map, and Tolbooth.

Canongate, Church, I. 11-12; II. 12, 162, 213, 235; prisoners from Prestonpans lodged in, 32; III. 65; Lady Nairne and, IX. 227; XI. 7; carved stones on, XVII. 43 ; its history ; description of, App. 21-2; XVIII. 143 and n.; Moodie bequest and, 177. See also Canongate.

Canongate Churchyard, I. 17; celebrities interred in, 12; Fergusson's grave, II. 86; IV. 53; X. 209; XIII. App. 17.

Canongate Crafts : an Agreement of 1610, XIV. 25-44; rise of middle class; Crown policy towards burghs, 25; merchant v. craftsman, 26; place of crafts within the burgh, 26; convenery, 27 ; significance of Agreement, 27-8; contracting parties, 27-29; statutes promulgated, 30; social side of activities, 32; struggle against competition, 33; craft-consciousness, 33; brotherhood v. exclusive privilege, 34; signing of Agreement, 34; literacy of craftsmen, 35 ; text of Agreement, 36-44.

Canongate High Constables, XII. 117.

Canongate High School, XI. 10; XII. 89; carved stone on, XVII. 34. See also Grammar School.

Canongate Kilwinning Lodge, Burns bard of, I. 16; IX. 97; XVII. App. 7; XIX. 220.

Canongate Market Cross, XVII. 42.

Canongate Playhouse, Home's Douglas at, VIII. 202; XI. 162; erection of, 170-1 ; XII. 115.

Canongate Temple lands of, XII. 116.

Canongate Tolbooth, I. 11, 15; IV. 103; prisoners left to their own devices, 103 ; prisoners take possession of, 109 n.; Covenanters imprisoned in, 111; V. 121; VI. 123, 127, 148; VIII. 34, 84, 107, 133; XI. 6, 14; XII. 180, 194.

Canongatehead, XII. 109, 110.

Canonmills, II. 167; IV. 47; XII. 140, 226, App. 19; XIV. 29, 53, App. 9; XV. 129, 170, 186; XVII. 80, 81 ; XVIII. App. 17, 20-3; messuage of Broughton ; mills erected by Holyrood canons, 20; playing-card manufactory at, 22-3; XIX. 153, 171, 172.

Canonmills, Bridge, stance for Sedan chairs at, IX. 231 ; XVIII. App. 21 ; XIX. 154, 176; XX. App. 21.

Canonmills, Cottage, IX. 109.

Canonmills, House, XII. 140; XVIII. App. 21.

Canonmills, Loch, XII. 234; XVIII. App. 21.

Canour's land, III. 80.

Cant, Alexander, XII. 31, 32, 80; murder of, XVI. 4.

Cant, Andrew, principal of Edin. Univ., VIII. 94; XVI. 147, 148.

Cant, Elizabeth, XII. 32.

Cant, George, X. 74; XII. 80.

Cant, Henry, burgess, X. 20 ; XII. 25, 31.

Cant, Henry, the younger, leases Bruntfield, X. 20-1.

Cant, Isabel, sister of the Sciennes, X. 127, 130. 133.

Cant, James, XII. 80.

Cant, Janet, III. 93.

Cant, John, of Grange of St. Giles', X. 14, 98, 107, 133, 138, 150, 160 n., 219 n., 223 ; executes charter of infeftment regarding chapel of St. John the Baptist, 107-9; XV. 102.

Cant, John, the younger, his lands of Grange of St. Giles' sold to William Dick, X. 15, 16; XII. 80, 133.

Cant, John, of Morton, X. 203.

Cant, John (1517), prisoner in Craigmillar Castle, IX. 20.

Cant, Ludovic, son of John, of Morton, X. 203.

Cant, Nicholas, III. 91.

Cant, Patrick, III. 95 ; XII. 31.

Cant, Thomas, of St. Giles' Grange, X. 14, 15; XII. 59, 80, 149, 150.

Cant, Walter, of Grange, X. 147, 160 n., 219 n.

Cantore's Close, XII. 66. See Kintore.

Cant's Close, I. 10; XII. 24, 25, 30, 31, 32, 79, 80, 110, 111 ; XV. 101; carved stones in, 102; XIX. 170.

Cant's Land, XII. 59.

Cant's Loan, X. 56, 85, 211, 212, 215, 220.

Cap and Feather Close, XII. 39 ; XIX. 56.

Cap and Feather Tavern, XII. 39.

Cape Club, II. 150; account of, III. 154-163; motto of, 156, 157 ; ‘Cape Halls,’ 158; assists in raising regiment, 162; surplus funds of, for Infirmary, 163; XIV. 96; XVIII. 70.

Capilaire Club, XIX. 68.

Caprington, laird of. See Cuningham, Sir William

‘Captain of the Chimneys,’ XVI. 23.

Car, Robert, XIX. 12. See Carr.

Carberry, laird of, XIII. 115.

Carberry Tower, Club's visit to, XIV. App. 14-17.

Cardonnel, Adam de, his work as etcher, IX. 86.

Cardonnel, Mansfeldt, III. 153; IX. 87 ; XIX. 162-3; XX. 50.

Cardronier, Lady, relict of George Kirkwood, XIII. 112, 130.

Carey's Chrononhotonthologos, XI. 166 and n.

Carfrae, John, coachbuilder, XII. 119, 120.

Carfrae, Thomas, coachbuilder, XII. 119.

Carfrae, Thomas, of Pirniefield, XII. 120.

Carfrae, William, leases South Loch and Bruntsfield Links, X. 257.

Carfrae, William, merchant, XII. 63.

Carfrae, William, M.D., XII. 120.

Carfrae's Close, XII. 63.

Carfrae's Entry, I. 14; XII. 119.

Cargilfield, XX. App. 22.

Cargill, Donald, VI. 146, 150; VIII. 107, III ; XVI. 105; his covenant, 112; follower of, hanged, 114.

Carkettel, Adam, feus ground on Burgh Muir, X. 71.

Carketill, John, of Fynglen, X. 14.

Carkettil, John, XII. 75.

Carkettill, Agnes, wife of John Cant, X. 14, 107, 108, 133.

Carkettill, John, III. 82.

Carkettill, Thomas, X. 131, 133.

Carkettle, Elizabeth, IV. 72.

Carlops, village of, XIV. App. 24.

Carlyle, Alexander, minister of Inveresk, II. 33, 52, 53 ; his description of battle of Prestonpans, 29-30; impressions of Prince Charles, 58; III. 152, 153; on Poker Club, 145-7; IV. 41 ; VIII. 170, 202 n.; IX. 87, 106, 185; XIV. 148, 154, 171, App. 16; XX. 50

Carlyle, Thomas, on Charles II. statue, XVII. 84 n.

Carmelite monastery at Greenside, XV. 136; XIX. 93.

Carmichael of Skirling, Lord, IV. 30 n.; IX. 205.

Carmichael Alexander, VI. 111.

Carmichael Bailie (1675), VI. 129.

Carmichael David, V. 153.

Carmichael James, his combat with Adam Bruntfield (1597), X. 20 and n.

Carmichael James, Clerk to the Signet, IV. 30 n.

Carmichael Sir John, of that Ilk, IV. 84; X. 86-7.

Carmichael John, of Baglae (1682), VIII. 128, 130.

Carmichael, John (1520), IX. 31.

Carmichael, John (1670), V. 154.

Carmichael, laird of, IV. 101.

Carmichael, Stuartina, XIX. 169.

Carmichael, Sir T. G. See Carmichael of Skirling, Lord.

Carmichael, William (1515), IX. 19, 30.

Carmichael, William, bailie, XII. 31, 32; XVI. 92,

Carmichael, William, advocate, XII. 69.

Carmichael, William Stuart, XIX. 176 ; connection with linen industry at Bonnington, 168 ; prominent Jacobite, 169.

Carmichael's Close, XII. 30, 31, 68, 69.

Camecross, Nicol, IX. 31, 41 n., 45. See Cairncross.

Carnegie, Lord. See Carnegie, David, of Colluthie.

Carnegie, David, of Colluthie, XIII. 137 n.

Carnegie, David, Gowk Club, III. 172.

Carnegie, James of Finhaven, III. 249.

Carnegie, Miss, II. 5.

Carnie, Alexander, keeper of Abbey jail, XV. 79, 80. See Cairnie.

Carnmure, James, XV. 17.

Carnochane, John, XVI. 6.

Carnwath, John, Earl of, IX. 131.

Caroline Cottage, XX. App. 30, 31.

Caroline Park, excursion to, VIII. App. 3, 4-6; XX. App. 25-8; how named, 26.

Carousels at riding school, XX. 125.

Carpitarius, Friar Francis, III. 37.

Carr, Sir John, his Tour through Scotland, I. 149. See Car.

Carribber, Helen, wife of John Kincaid of Auchinreoch, X. 146.

Carrick, Alexander Bruce, Earl of, XX. 28.

Carrick, John, Earl of, X. 10.

Carrington, Lord, XVI. 57 n.

Carron Iron Company, XIX. 226.

Carrubber's Close, I. 8, 50; II. 45, 172; XI. 163 ; XII. 40, 41, 143 ; carved stones in, XV. 115-16; XIX. 62, 173, 176. See St. Paul's Chapel.

Carrubber's Land, XII. 41.

Carruders, A., engraver, IX. 81.

Carse, Lord, XVI. 164.

Carse, Alexander, XVIII. App. 10.

Carse, Mark, of Cockpen, XI. 38; XVII. 17, 21.

Carse, Richard, of Fordell, XVII. 17.

Carse, William, flesher, XVII. 138.

Carsell, James, covenanter, II. 99.

Carson, John, of Senick, V. 110; IX. 116. See Corsan and Corssane.

Carson, Dr., rector of High School, XVIII. 165.

Carstaires, Andro, IV. 116.

Carstaires, John, yr., of Killquoncher, IV. 114.

Carstares, Elizabeth (1684), IX. 119, 124, 150.

Carstares, John, father of Principal, V. 95, 96 ; VI. 149.

Carstares, William, principal of University, VIII. 158 ; IX. 119, 134 ; placed in irons, 145.

Carter, Mr., Leith, XX. 67.

Carters' Incorporation, Leith, II. 88, 114.

Carthall, Cowgate, XII. 138.

Carthall, Grassmarket, XII. 138.

Carthrae's Close, XII. 63.

Cart's Close, XII. 137.

Cary, Sir George, XVI. 9, 14.

Cary, Henry, XVI., 14.

Cary, Michael, XVI., 9, 14.

Case, Captain, XVI. 9, 14.

Casemakers, Sheath or, XIX. 27.

Cassie, Andrew, ‘sklaiter,’ I. 41.

Cassill, James, VI. 147.

Cassillis, Archibald, twelfth Earl of, I. 144.

Cassillis, John, sixth Earl of, commissioner to Breda, XVI. 33 ; XVIII. App. 29.

Cassillis, Thomas, ninth Earl of, XX. 115.

Cassillis, Earls of, resident in Kennedy's Close, XII. 54; XIV. 58.

Castelhills, Thome, III. 79.

Castellaw, John, XIX. 23. See Castlelaw.

Castle of Edinburgh, I. 2; governorship of, II. 17 n. ; Jacobite blockade, 40, 46, 47; walls strengthened, 88, 109; jewel house, III. 40; siege of (1573), 209 ; James VI. and, 216; Henry IV.'s attack on, IV. 62; historical importance, V. 1, 2; siege of (1573), 28, 62; Malcolm III.'s palace in, 31-3 ; Edward I. at, 33; captured by escalade, 38; all buildings destroyed except St. Margaret's Chapel, 38 ; rebuilt by order of Edward III., 40 ; church of St. Mary in, granted by David I., 41-5 ; held for Queen Mary, 62; besieged by Covenanters under Leslie, 64; Queen Margaret resides in, 17 ; Register House in, 64; buildings demolished in 1314 and restored in 1335, VI. 2; the old well, 6 ; early views of, 6-7 ; siege of (1573), 2, 6, 7, 9; Regalia removed to, from Kineff, VIII. 206; sentry at vault door, 207, 209; erection of Crown Room, 207 ; defences of, IX. 3-4; James V. in, 13-16, 29, 36; garrison strengthened, 38, 184; Gun Factory at Hawkhill, X. 77; siege of (1571), 242-3; XI. 12, 13; XII. 153; captured from English (1341), 215; siege of (1573), 214; Constable of the, XIV. 114, 116; Edward III. and, 108; siege of(l573), 104; XV. 109; siege of(l573), XVI. 9-14, 35, 54, 71, 74; Morton and repairing of, 25 ; Cromwellian troops fire on, 36; royal arms, 39; Lord Dupplin and Colonel Montgomery escape, 48; cannon fired for Richard Cromwell, 51 ; Viscount Kenmure escapes, 53; Clifton, governor, 53; Captain Newman, governor, 54; Marquess of Argyle imprisoned, 58; Honours of Scotland, 63; King's standard and kettle-drum placed in, 68 ; seamen imprisoned, 70; Lauderdale, governor; Duke of Melfort, deputy governor, 107; Sir John Harper imprisoned, 117 ; noblemen living in, 118; King's Stables property of, 140; Countess of Argyle imprisoned, 142; Earl of Argyle a prisoner, 143; Duke of Gordon, Captain and Constable of, 151 ; siege of (1689), 171-213; national records stored in, XVII. 148; Charles I. at, XVIII. 13, 14; siege of(l571), 35; XIX. 154, 156; regimental bandsmen from, employed by Musical Society, 200; XX. 49; church in, 1. See also David's Tower, Flanker, Governor's House, Half-Moon Battery, and Siege.

Castle Banks, XI. 7; XIV. 117, 118; Charles I. and, 119 ; boundaries of, 120; XVIII. 83, 84, 87.

Castle Barns, II. 127, 128; IX. 210; XII. 230; XIV. 107, 108 n., 109, 110; XV. 170, 183, 185, 202; XX. 42, 60.

Castle ‘Collop,’ II. 127.

Castle Esplanade, I. 2; II. 48, 117 ; widened, III. 56 n.; XII. 249; XVIII. 83.

Castle Gardens of the. See Gardens.

Castle Palace in, XI. 12.

Castle Port, XVIII. 12.

Castle Spur, V. 63, 64; XVI. 12.

Castle Street, XX. 156.

Castle Wynd, I. 23; II. 117; XII. 51; XIV. 101.

Castlehill, I. 3, 10; II. 11, 117; III. 54, 93, 243; site of executions, 55; reservoir on, IV. 12, 62, 105 ; executions on, 85 ; burned for witchcraft on, 91 ; North-West Kirk on, 145 ; V. 75; Wesley preaches on, VIII. 166 ; IX. 184; X. 43, 188; XI. 14; XII. 51 ; measured drawings of, by Thomas Hamilton, 249-250; North-West Church for, XIII. 46, 59; XV. 34, App. 18 ; XVI. 95, 100, 111 n., 195, 202, 207; Cromwell erects fort, 36 ; church on, 36 and n.; men and women hanged, and burnt on, 44-5, 48, 49, 53; proposed rebuilding of, XVIII. 86, 88 ; widening of, 96; Sir A. Brand's tenement in, XX. 39.

Castlehill, Lord. See Lockhart, Sir John.

Castlelaw, William, apothecary, XIII. 111, 122. See Castellaw.

Castrum Puellarum, tradition of, III. 3, 11, 207; V. 32 11.. See Castle of Edinburgh.

Catchkan's Close, XII. 40, 41.

Catchpool Court, XII. 38.

Catechism, reading of, XVI. 44; taught in kirks, 45.

Cathari, body of sectaries, III. 16.

Cathcart, Charles, ninth Lord, Commander of Forces in Scotland, XX. 146.

Cathcart, David (Lord Alloway), III. 130.

Cathcart, David, in Glendusk, VIII. 105 ; XII. 164.

Cathcart, Lady Gordon, XI. App. 16.

Cathcart, James, of Corbieston, XII. 154 ; XVI. 147, 148.

Cathcart, John, farmer, XV. 185.

Cathcart, Robert, W.S., XX. App. 32.

Cathcart, William, covenanter, VIII. 113.

Cathie, James, cordiner, XVIII. 141.

Cathie, William, cordiner, XVIII. 146.

Cathkin, John, skinner, VI. 66.

Cathkin, William, XII. 41.

Cathkin's Close, XII. 40.

Catholics, penal laws against, XVII. 121.

Catta, Adrian, V. 131.

Cattle Market, XVIII. 166.

Cauldwell, Friar John, XIV. 113 n. See Caldwell.

Caulie's Close, XII. 152.

Causewayside, XV. 170.

Cautie's Close, XII. 152.

Cauvin, Joseph, W.S., IV. 183, 184.

Cauvin, Louis, of Restalrig, IV. 158 n., 175, 179, 181, 183 ; Burns takes French lessons from, XVII. App. 7 ; XX. App. 30.

Cauvin's Hospital, XVII. App. 8; XX. App. 30.

Cave, Joseph, engraver, IX. 81.

Cavemour's land, III. 81.

Cavers, Lady, VIII. 139.

Cavie, Christian, XII. 184.

Caw, Sir James, VIII. 24, 25.

Caw, Thomas, V. 170, 178, 182, 184, 189; discourse on ‘Choice of Company,’ 178.

Cay, Robert, XX. 126, 133.

Cay, Robert D., XVIII. 166.

Cecil, Thomas, XVI. 9, 14.

Cecil, Sir William, secretary of state, V. 53; VI. 79 n.

Cecill, Thomas, engraver, IX. 79.

Cellars, Miss, II. 5. See Sellars.

Celtic Church at Holyrood, V. 2 n. ; Queen Margaret and, 11, 12.

Cerser, William, pin manufacturer, XII. 112.

Cessford, Lillias, XII. 54, 135.

Cessford, Thomas, stabler, XII. 80, 135.

Cessford's (Hall's) Close, XII. 135.

Cessford's Land, XII. 80, 135.

Cessnock, laird of, VI. 112. See also Campbell, Sir Hew.

Cessnock, Lady, IX. 119, 125.

Chain Pier, XIV. 164.

Chairmasters, Society of, complaint by, IX. 198-200, 201, 204, 214, 228-30, 232, 233.

Chalmer, Andrew, his house within sanctuary invaded, XV. 64.

Chalmer, David, of Ormond, Lord of Session, on origin of Court of Session, XI. 87-8, 100.

Chalmer, David, of Seggieden, III. 96.

Chalmer, Thomas, of Seggieden, III. 96.

Chalmers, Agnes, XII. 45.

Chalmers, Alexander, baker, XII. 153.

Chalmers, Catherine, XII. 48.

Chalmers, Charles, founder of Merchiston School, XV. App. 24.

Chalmers, Elizabeth, XII. 45.

Chalmers, Sir George, painter, XV. App. 13 ; XVIII. 7 ; XX. App. 33.

Chalmers, George, plumber, his bequest for hospital, XVIII. 164.

Chalmers, George, W.S., XII. 45.

Chalmers, George, author of Caledonia, III. 11.

Chalmers, Helen, XII. 46.

Chalmers, Henry, baker, XII. 153.

Chalmers, James, S.S.C., XII. 45.

Chalmers, James, smith, XVIII. 63.

Chalmers, James, baron officer, Calton, XIX. 129.

Chalmers, James, merchant, XIX. 187, 188.

Chalmers, Janet, XII. 45.

Chalmers, Laurence, printer, XII. 45.

Chalmers, Mr., Adam Square, XX. 125.

Chalmers, Patrick, beltmaker, XII. 45.

Chalmers, (Chalbers), Patrick, wright, XI. 34.

Chalmers, Robert (1668), V. 143.

Chalmers, Rev. Robert, Haddington, XVIII. 63.

Chalmers, Robert, a director of riding school, XX. 132, 133.

Chalmers, Roderick, herald, I. 83, 84 ; XII. 45; proprietor of new ‘Assembly’ Hall, XIX. 48, 55, 57.

Chalmers, Thomas (1549), XVIII. 34, 37.

Chalmers, Dr. Thomas, VIII. 170; IX. 113; XV. App. 24; XX. App. 34.

Chalmers, William, writer, V. 160.

Chalmers, William (1682), warded, VIII. 123, 124.

Chalmers, William (afterwards Bethune of Blebo), writer, V. 172 n.

Chalmers, William, son of Patrick, XII. 45, 48.

Chalmers' Close, High St., XII. 45, 46; carved stones in, XV. 119-20; in Castlehill, XII. 153.

Chalmers' Hospital, XVIII. 159, 163, 164, 166.

Chamber, David. See Chalmer.

Chamberlain Road, gravestone in garden in, III. 198-200. See Livingstone, John.

Chambers, C. E. S., Early Golf at Bruntsfield and Leith, XVIII. 1-10 ; XIX. 38.

Chambers, Robert, I. 142 ; on beginnings of New Town, 138-9 ; II. 58; on Provost Archibald Stewart, 20 n.; III. 228, 240; and Lady Stair's House, 249-50; IV. 79 ; V. 61 ; on Kay's Portraits, IX. 90 ; on origin of name Bruntsfield, X. 20; 259; XII. 41, 42 ; attends St. George's Chapel, App. 11; XIV. 1, 2, 51, 52; his MS. notes on sculptured stones, 55 ; XV. 142 ;. XVII. 1, 7; his Traditions, 9; assists Daniel Wilson with his Memorials, 10; letter to, from Wilson on vacancy in Chair of History, St. Andrews, 14; XVIII. 7, 10; defends quarrying at Salisbury Crags, 200-2; XIX. 54, 71; his description of Assembly, West Bow, 36-8.

Chambers, Sir William, architect, XVII. 173 ; XX. App. 30.

Chambers, William, of Glenormiston, I. 45; Improvement Act promoted by, V. 90-1 ; XV. 73-4; XX. App. 17.

Chambers, William, clerk, XIII. 126, 131.

Chambers' Close, XII. 45.

Chambers Street, XX. 157.

Chance, Nicol, XII. 159.

Chancellor, James, of Sheildhill, VIII. 156; 12:. 164, 171.

Chancellor, John. XVI. 140 ; fined for importing English cloth, 128.

Chancellor's Close and Court, XII. 124, 125.

Chancellor's House, XI. 7.

Chancelot, XIX. 160, 177 n., 179-81 ; origin of name, 180.

Channing, William, his drawings of Edinburgh. XVIII. App. 11.

Chantrey, sculptor, XV. 208.

Chapel Hill, XIX. 144.

Chapel House, Potterrow, XVII. App. 8-9.

Chapel Royal, Holyrood, XX. 8-9, 93.

Chapel Wynd, II. 124.

Chaplain, Alexander, W.S., XII. 207.

Chapman, John, X. 163.

Charity Workhouse, Bristo, II. 9, 37, 74; balls in aid of, 11 ; wounded from Prestonpans brought to, 31, 44; managers of, and begging, 38; X. 29, 208 n. ; XI. 7, 15; theatrical performance in aid of, 169 ; XVII. 75 ; XVIII. 91; XIX. 48, 63, 74, 124; ‘Assembly ’ contributions to, 77.

Charity Workhouse, Leith Wynd, XI. 7, 15 ; XVII. 38, 70; funds of St. Paul's Work handed over to, 66 ; administration and bill of fare, 71-2; inmates, 72, 73; XVIII. 113.

Charity Workhouse, St. Cuthbert's Lane, II. 128.

Charles I., at St. Giles', III. 217; 221; IV. 150; visit to Edinburgh (1633), X. 93; and Parliament House, XIII. 2, 8; commands town to build it, 11 ; religious innovations, 12, 14; results of royal taxation, 12, 14-17; crowned at Holyrood, 15, 23; alterations in St. Giles’, 26-33 and n. ; ministers' stipends, 28-9, 93; nominates magistrates, 34; letter to Bishop Lindsay regarding introduction of Prayer Book, 35 n. ; orders removal of royal seat erected by James VI., 35 and n.; threatens fines for exporting money, 37 and n., 44; irritation owing to his increased taxation, 42-4; effects of royal policy economically, 49; appoints Sir John Hay, provost, and insists upon use of liturgy, 55-6; opposed by Estates, 71; proclaims Glasgow Assembly, 62-3 ; orders town council to raise money for ministers' stipends, 93; XIV. 119; anniversary service for, XVI. 74; grants charter to town, 80; entry into Edinburgh, XVIII. 12; coronation at Holyrood, 13-23; appoints keeper of Holyrood Park, 186; XX. 8, 9, 28, 91, 92 ; App. 26, 29.

Charles II., I. 3, 31, 36; his Act of Indemnity, II. 96; X. 200, 201; XVI. 51 n. ; at Breda, 33 ; proclaimed king, 54 ; thanksgiving for restoration of, 66 ; birthday kept, 74, 142; masses for soul of, 164; XX. 27; App. 26.

Charles II. Statue in Parliament Square, II. 236, 237; III. 214, 218, 228, 234; XIV. 170, App. 22; XVI. 141 ; XVII. 82-90; pedestal, 82-3; Fountainhall's impressions of, 83-4; English travellers and, 84 and n. ; Latin inscription, 84-7 ; repairs; poem by James Boswell, 85; inscription found in vault under Parliament House, 86-7; translation of, 86; further repairs; deposited in Calton jail, 87-8; again repaired; report on structural features, 89-90.

Charles Edward, Prince, Strange's engraving of, II. 1212., 171-4; his landing, 18; eludes Cope, 19; at Corstorphine, 20, 23, 25; his summons to magistrates, 24; at Holyrood, 25, 33; his appearance; proclaimed Prince Regent, 25; at Duddingston, 26; at Prestonpans, 27; magnanimity, 31, 33; attitude to clergy, 37; efforts to conceal strength of his army, 39; transactions with Royal Bank, 47-8; personality, 56-60; IX. 201 ; XIX. 139, 173, 176, 185.

Charles X. of France, resides at Holyrood, XV. 95-6, 106.

Charles X., candlemaker, XVII. 116, 127, 128.

Charlotte Square, building of, XIV. 156 ; proposal to erect monument to Pitt in, XV. 212.

Charteris, Hon. F. (Lord Elcho), III. 139, 140, 141.

Charteris, Bailie, XVI. 95.

Charteris, Henry, writer, XIII. 111.

Charteris, Sir John, of Amisfield, XVI. 35 and n.

Charteris, John, burgess, XII. 84, 85, 188 ; XVI. 140.

Charteris, Thomas, extentor, XIII. 105.

Charteris, William, W.S., buys portion of Lochbank, XIII. 81.

Charteris' Close, XII. 84, 85, 123.

Charters, Charles, merchant, XI. 38.

Chatelherault, Duke of, V. 54; XVI. 17, 18.

Cheap of Sauchie, III. 139, 141.

Cheap George, XII. 147.

Cheape (Chaipe), Henry, advocate, XIII. 134.

Cheape James, of Strathtyrum, superior of lands of Newington, X. 215.

Cheape Mary, XII. 147.

Cheape William, weaver, Bonnymills, II. 44.

Cheisley, John, of Carswell, VIII. 156. See Chiesley.

Cheisley, Samuel, deacon, VI. 117.

Cheisley, William (1684), XVI. 131, 133.

‘Chelsea buns,’ II. 183.

Chepman, David, III. 97.

Chepman, Friar John, III. 73 ; his pension, 83-4.

Chepman, John (1532), X. 75.

Chepman, Mawsey, X. 75.

Chepman, Nicol, III. 97.

Chepman, Robert, X. 75.

Chepman, Walter, his aisle in St. Giles', I. 31, 45 ; and chapel of the Holy Rood, III. 211 ; X. 72, 73; his lands at Sciennes, 75, 144; 217, 219 n.; founds Chapel of the Crucifixion, XI. 129, 131-5, 138 ; XII. 126, 142 ; XV. 36, 103 ; XVII. App. 15.

Chepman's land, III. 80.

Cherrybank, XIX. 146, 180.

Chessel, Archibald, wright, XII. 111-15.

Chessel's Building, XII. 113; XIV. 133.

Chessel's Court, I. 16-17; XI. 7; XII. 103, 113; XIV. 134, 147, 168, 169.

Chesterhall, Lord, Peter Wedderburn, deputy governor of Musical Society, XIX. 236.

Cheaters, Lord. See Henderson, Sir Thomas

Cheuvot, Friar James, III. 37.

Cheyne, Andrew, XII. 128. See Chiene.

Cheyne, Bailie, V. 152; VI. 133.

Cheyne, John, surgeon in Leith, XII. 55 XIX. 180, 181.

Cheyne, Robert, minister, XII. 128.

Cheyne, William, surgeon in Leith, XII. 55.

Cheyne's Close, XII. 54, 55, 152.

Chiene —, III. 174. See Cheyne.

Chiesley (or Chieslie), Sir John, II. 145; committed to Castle, XVI. 55; career and character, XX. 28.

Chiesley John, of Dalry, I. 43; murder of Sir George Lockhart by, II. 146, 147; XIV. 68; complains of assault, XVI. 113, 115; fined, 116; assassinates Lockhart, 190; XIX. 158; XX. 29.

Chiesley John, minister of Quothquan, XX. 29.

Chiesley Major, II. 147.

Chiesley Rachel, wife of James Erskine, Lord Grange, I. 43 ; her abduction, II. 147 ; XV. 101.

Chiesley Robert, merchant, warded, IX. 154, 157; XVI. 131.

Chiesley Samuel, XVI. 106.

Chiesley Bailie Walter, accounts for burial of Montrose, I. 37, 43 ; II. 144, 145-6; XVI. 53; XX. 45; probable builder of Dalry House, 27 ; career, 28-9; marries Katherine, daughter of Sir Archibald Tod, provost, 29.

Chiesley Walter, of Bonnington, XX. 34.

Chiesley See also Cheisley.

Chiesley tomb, Greyfriars churchyard, I. 43 ; XX. 29.

Chiesleys of Dalry, I. 43; II. 144, 145; XX. 28-9.

Child murder, VI. 113, 124, 156; VIII. 101, 102, 103.

Chimneys, Captain of the, XVI. 23.

Chirurgeons, town to give them a malefactor's body annually, XVI. 101. See also Surgeons.

Chisholm, Anne, wife of John Napier of Merchiston, mathematician, X. 146.

Chisholm, John, captain of Leith, XVI. 19.

Chisholm, Michael, dean of guild, XV. 25, 33, 136.

Chisholm, Mychell, III. 83.

Chisholm, Peter, warded, XII. 190.

Choral-singing, Musical Society and, XIX. 199.

Choral Union, Edinburgh, XIX. 136.

Christian Knowledge, Socy. for Propagating, premises of, XII. 49.

Christianbank, XX. App. 22.

Christie, George, shoemaker, XIX. 114. See Crystie.

Christie, (Chrystie), George, VIII. 146.

Christie, James, W.S., owner of Whitehouse, X. 47. 48.

Christie, John, cordiner, XVIII. 145.

Christie, (Chrystie), Patrick, ‘dyster burgess,’ IX. 45.

Christie, Thomas, XII. 130.

Christie-Millers of Craigentinny, I. 108; XVII. 13.

Christiern II., king of Denmark, IX. 62-5.

Christie's Close, XII. 130.

Christison (Cristesoun), William, IX. 20.

Christmas Day, XVI. 38, 64, 73.

Christopher, St., patron saint of Skinners, VI. 17, 21, 30 and n., 32, 57.

Christopher of St. Andrews, seized by Holland, IX. 61.

‘Christopher North.’ See Wilson, John.

Church Lane, II. 131, 132; XVII. 78.

Church music in Edinburgh, XIX. 205, 211 n.

Church Pend, XII. 135.

Church of Scotland raises funds on behalf of Infirmary, xv. 142, 154.

Churchyard, Thomas, probable author of Journal of Siege of Edinburgh Castle, 1573 ; XVI. Introd. xiii ; Chips Concerning Scotland ; metrical description of situation of Castle ; at siege of Leith (1560), xiv.

Chyrnside, Beatrice, III. 193.

Cibber's Careless Husband, XI. 165 and n. ; She Wou'd and She Wou'd Not, 168 and n.

Circator, III. 77.

Circus Place School, IX. 234.

Citadel of Leith, XVI. 46; Edinburgh gives £5000 towards erection of, 51 n. ; Clifton in charge ; guns fired, 53 ; XIX. 176, 182, 186, 187 ; erection of; purchased by city, 183; XX. 28; App. 9.

City Arms, XIV. 95. See also Armorial Bearings of the City of Edinburgh, by James Balfour Paul, vol. III.

City Chambers, old, XIV. 151.

City Directory, or Stranger's Guide (1828), XII. 232.

City of Edinburgh steamship, XIV. 176.

City Guard. See Town Guard.

‘City Improvement,’ I. 4.

City quarry, Bruntsfield Links, X. 29.

City Wall to be kept free of buildings, XV. 148. See also Flodden Wall.

Civitates Orbis, III. 210.

Clamshell Turnpike, XI. 7.

Clapertoune, Mrs., III. 61.

Clapperton, William, III. 82, 100.

‘Clarinda,’ IX. 215 ; her house at Calton Hill, XVII. 80, App. 11, 12, 13; XIX. 112-3.

Clark, A. R., III. 176. See Clarke and Clerk.

Clark, George, bailie, XII. 54, 56.

Clark, Gilbert, of Croftangry, XII. 56.

Clark, Gilbert, clerk of regality of Broughton, XVIII. App. 18.

Clark, Hugh, merchant, XIX. 49, 87.

Clark, James, engraver, IX. 80.

Clark, James, ‘Farrier to His Majesty,’ XIV. 133-4.

Clark, Janet, wife of Robert Mitchel, brewer in Portsburgh, XX. 47.

Clark, John, engraver, IX. 80.

Clark, Lucky, II. 3.

Clark, Robert, bookseller, XII. 142.

Clarke, John, court officer, V. 137.

Clarke, John, skinner, VI. 71.

Clarke, Stephen, organist, XIX. 233 and n., 238 ; Burns and, 233 n.

Clarke's view of valley between Old and New Town, I. 149.

Clark's Close, XII. 56.

Clark's Hotel, Chessel's Buildings, XIV. 133.

Clarkson, William, boxmaster, Hammermen, VIII. 33. See Clerkson.

‘Claudero’ (James Wilson), figures at the Pantheon, I. 54; II. 198; IV. 51-2; XV. 126, 127; XVIII. App. 13, 14; XX. App. 15, 32.

Claverhouse. See Graham, John.

Clayholes, XV. 185, 196-7.

Claypots, XV. 185.

Clayton, Thomas, plasterer, XVII. 164.

‘Cleanse the Causeway,’ III. 53 ; IX. 21, 27, 29-33; XV. 108.

Cleansing the town in early times, XV. App. 17-19; XVI. 163 ; streets and closes, 38; new cess imposed, 43; Act anent streets, 152.

Clearburn, XX. App. 30.

‘Clearihues’ tavern. See Clerihugh.

Cleeves, Rev. Mr., XII. App. 11.

Cleghorn, Adam, bailie, XII. 149.

Cleghorn, Agnes, or Moore, X. 220.

Cleghorn, Archibald, merchant, XIX. 188.

Cleghorn, Edward, goldsmith,VIII. 208; XVI. 137.

Cleghorn, Hugh, merchant, XVII. 71.

Cleghorn, James, M.D., X. 218 n., 220.

Cleghorn, Messrs. James and George, I. 151, 152.

Cleghorn, John, bailie, XV. 167, 185.

Cleghorn, John (1672), warded, VI. 114.

Cleghorn, Mary (1652), XII. 149.

Cleghorn, or Harden, Mary, X. 220.

Cleghorn, Robert, of Saughton Mills, III. 164.

Cleland, James, messenger, IX. 168. See Clelland.

Cleland, John, gardener, Canonmills, feus part of lands of Broughton, II. 167, 169,

Cleland, William, of Kinneblehill, VIII. 151.

‘Cleland's Vintner,’ XIX. 206.

Cleland's Yards, II. 169, 170, 171, 174 ; XVII. 157.

Clelland, James, warded, IX. 140. See Cleland.

Clelland, John (1684), IX. 146; XII. 207.

Clement VII., pope, IX. 77; bull anent foundation of College of Justice, XI.

Clement X., pope, V. 61.

Clement Friar, introduces Friar Preachers to Scotland, III. 23 ; early training of, 23 ; bishop, 37 and n.

Clephan, James, bailie of Canongate, XX. 21.

Clephan, Lucky, beer tavern in Leith, XVIII. 5.

Clephane, Elizabeth C. D., hymn-writer, XI. App. 18.

Clephane, John, vintner, XV. 173, 186.

Clerihugh's Tavern, I. 7 ; Counsellor Pleydell at, 47 ; III. 144; XI. 7 ; XIV. 95; XX. 116, 127.

Clerk, Sir Alexander, of Balbirnie, provost, I. 86; X. 47, 49-50; XIII. 59, 125, 128; XV. 100-1. See Clark.

Clerk, Alexander, of Pittencrieff, VIII. 132.

Clerk, Alexander, flesher, XV. 185.

Clerk, Donald, drover, XII. 169.

Clerk, Dr., connection with St. Cecilia's Hall, XIX. 225.

Clerk, Dugald, XII. 171.

Clerk, Sir George (1825), XVIII. 203.

Clerk, Humphrey (Umphra), VI. 154.

Clerk, Sir James, of Penicuik, XII. 8; XIV. 59; XX. 115.

Clerk, James, of Pittencrieff, X. 47.

Clerk, James, and lands of Wrychtis-housis, IV. 60.

Clerk, James (1681), XVI. 111.

Clerk, James, Baron of Exchequer and laird of Bonnington, XIX. 164; assumes name of Rattray in addition to his own, 165.

Clerk, John, of Listonshiels, XIX. 164.

Clerk, John, of Penicuik (first of the line), acquires lands in Burgh Muir, IV. 58-9 ; XIV. App. 20.

Clerk, Sir John, of Penicuik, first bart. (d. 1722), XIV. App. 22.

Clerk, Sir John, of Penicuik (d. 1755), Baron of Exchequer, II. 17, 30, 43 ; IV. 3 ; XII. 8.

Clerk, John, of Eldin, his View of Wrychtishousis, IV. 57 ; an etcher, IX. 86 ; XX. App. 29.

Clerk, John (Lord Eldin), II. 164; III. 152, 153, 159; IX. 86.

Clerk, John, physician, XV. 147.

Clerk, John, skinner, VI. 64, 69; XV. 25.

Clerk, John (1685), writer, XII. 169.

Clerk, John, candlemaker, XIII. 120.

Clerk, John, town oficer, XIII. 133.

Clerk, Mary, XII. 141.

Clerk, Paul, V. 149.

Clerk, Robert, and lands of Wrychtishousis, IV. 60.

Clerk, Simon, IX. 55.

Clerk, Thomas, groom, XX. 156, 157.

Clerk, Walter, of Bridghigh, XI. 52.

Clerk, William (1513), bailie, II. 62; IV. 81 ; X. 81.

Clerk, William (1683), VIII. 145.

Clerk, William (1689), advocate, author of inscription on statue of Charles II., XVII. 84-6.

Clerk, William, first clerk of Jury Court, III. 113.

Clerk-Rattrays of Craighall, XIX. 165.

Clerkington, Lady, XIII. 110.

Clerkson, Thomas, deacon of Skinners, VI. 58, 66, 82, 105. See Clarkson.

Clerkson, William, smith, XIII. 134, 145.

Cleuch, Katherine, XX. 106.

Cleveland, Archibald, VIII. 151.

Cleyd, John, Kilbride, II. 99.

Clifton, Major, governor of Castle, XVI. 53.

Cliftonhall, Lord, Thomas Macalzean, X. 187.

Clockmakers, XIX. 12.

Clockmakers' Land, XI. 7, 13.

Clockmill House, XII. 236 ; XV. 66.

Clockmill Park, XV. 170.

Cloickisholm Mylne, XV. 64.

Cloksorrow Mill, lands of, XVIII. 184.

Closes and Wynds, Notes on names of, XII. 1-156; unidentified, 151-6.

Cloth, illegal importation of, VIII. 115; XVI. 107, 126, 128; burnt at Market Cross, 108; factory at Bonnyhaugh, XIX. 168.

Clow, Henry, clerk to Incorporation of Calton, XVIII. 66.

Club, The, III. 178.

Clubs, social, I. 47-8 ; III. 105-78.

Clydesdale Inn, I. 23.

Coach and Horses Inn, XIV. 126.

Coaches, hackney, IX. 184.

Coal Market, XI. 7; XII. 134.

Coalhill, XIV. 175, 176.

Coalston's Close, XII. 54.

Coalstoun, Lord. See Broun, George

Coalstoun, laird of, XIII. 115.

Coalstoun, Lady, XIX. 53.

Coates, I. 78, 129; II. 133-8; sold to Archibald, first Earl of Rosebery, 138; bought by Heriot Trust, 138; Easter, 133-4, 138-9; inscribed stones at Easter, 139-43; Wester, 133, 139; III. 184; XII. 23; XIV. 65, 71, 79, 88, 105; XV. 170, 175, 184, 185; XVI. 154, 189; XX. 51.

Coatfield, XIX. 152, 156.

Cochran, John, treasurer, Canongate, XX. 16.

Cochrane, Lord, XII. 161.

Cochrane, Barbara, IV. 133.

Cochrane, Hon. Basil, laird of Dalry, XX. 42.

Cochrane, David, ofiicer, Burlaw Court, XV. 205.

Cochrane, James, merchant, XIII. 98.

Cochrane, Jasper, IV. 163.

Cochrane, Sir John, warded, XII. 157, 158, 159-63, 165, 166, 173.

Cochrane, John, son of above, XII. 157, 162, 163, 166, 173.

Cochrane, John, of Corstorphine, XIII. 132.

Cochrane, Lady Mary, II. 5.

Cochrane, Mungo, XI. 33 ; XII. 167.

Cochrane, Thomas, eighth Earl of Dundonald, XX. 43.

Cochrane, William, of Ochiltree, XX. 42.

Cochrane, William, merchant, Aberdeen, IX. 166.

Cochrane, William, covenanter, VIII. 138, 140; XII. 161.

Cochrane, William (1392), deed of resignation by, III. 2.

Cochrane, William, legacy to Candlemakers, XVII. 108, 109.

Cochrane, of Watersyde, XII. 159.

Cochrane's (Cowchrenis) land, III. 81.

Cockaplehaugh, XV. 170.

Cockburn, Adam, of Driniestoun, VIII. 156.

Cockburn, Mrs. Alison, X. 233 ; XII. 51.

Cockburn, Andrew, treasurer, Cape Club, III. 162.

Cockburn, Sir Archibald, of Langton, II. 90, 104 ; XVI. 181 ; XVIII. 30.

Cockburn, Archibald, grandfather of Lord Cockburn, buys Cockpen, XVII. 17, 18, 19.

Cockburn, Mrs., of Cockpen, grandmother of Lord Cockbum, XVII. 17.

Cockburn, Archibald, sheriff, father of Lord Cockburn, III. 143, 153; John Wesley and, VIII. 196; XVII. 17, 19; tenant of Caroline Park, XX. App. 26.

Cockburn, Archibald W., originator of Bonaly Friday Club, III. 131.

Cockburn, David (1682), warded, VIII. 123.

Cockburn, Francis Jeffrey, III. 132.

Cockburn, George, XIII. 54.

Cockburn, Harry A., An Account of the Friday Club, Written by Lord Cockburn, together with Notes on Certain Other Social Clubs in Edinburgh, III. 105-78; ‘Cockpen House,’ Castlehill, XVII. 17-21.

Cockburn, Henry, Lord, I. 154; on North Bridge buildings, 152-3; II. 153; III. 106, 108, 120, 126, 127, 129, 131, 132, 134, 143, 160, 234, 240; secretary of Friday Club, 111, 114; member of Gowk Club, 172; on new facade of Parliament House, 238; on Wrychtishousis, IV. 57; IX. 217; XIV. 147, 173 ; XVII. 17 ; on Charles II. statue, 89 ; XVIII. 90 ; on the West approach, 94, 96, 97 ; XIX. 86; account of George Square Assembly, 83-4; XX. App. 25, 27.

Cockburn, Henry (1682), warded, VIII. 127.

Cockburn, Sir James, of that Ilk, IX. 169; XIX. 161, 184.

Cockburn, Sir James, of Warriston, XX. App. 21.

Cockburn, James, goldsmith, VIII. 94, 98 ; depute in Mint, XVI. 161.

Cockburn, James (1664), V. 122.

Cockburn, Janet, XIX. 153.

Cockburn, John, of Ormiston, X. 142.

Cockburn, John, stabler, XIV. 143-4.

Cockburn, John, tenant of Cordiners, XVIII. 123.

Cockburn, Mrs., of Cockpen, mother of Lord Cockburn, III. 142-3.

Cockburn, Michael, servitor, XI. 38.

Cockburn, Ninian, ohamberlain of priory of Soiennes, X. 142.

Cockburn, Richard, of Clerkington, an ‘Abbey laird,’ XV. 72, 88.

Cockburn, Thomas, law agent, XV. 91.

Cockburn, Major William, V. 143, 145; XVI. 96.

Cockburn, William, defends silk mercers, XVI. 158.

Cockburn, William (1658), whipped for rioting, IV. 118.

Cockburn, William (1680), warded, VI. 139.

Cockburn, the hangman, XVI. 108, 131 ; hanged, 112.

Cockburn, See also Cokburn.

Cockburn Association, V. 157.

Cockburn's Close, XII. 44.

Cockburnspath, Lady, XIII. 97, 99.

Cocke, Janet, burnt for witchcraft, IV. 142.

Cockie, Henry, goldsmith, XIX. 14, 16, 17, 20.

Cockie, James, XIX. 14.

Cockie, Janet, stocking-maker, XIX. 17, 18. See also Cokke, Cokky.

Cockpen, Laird o', I. 3 ; XI. 7 ; XIV. 58.

Cockpen, Lady, XVII. 17-20.

‘Cockpen House,’ Castlehill, XII. 151 ; XVII. 17-21.

Cockpit, Grassmarket, XVII. 121.

‘Cocoa-nut Tam,’ II. 206.

Coffee-houses, XVI. 104.

Coffey's The Devil to Pay, XI. 165 and n., 167, 169.

Coins, false, and clipping, VI. 123.

Coinyie Close. See Cunzie.

Coithouses, X. 56.

Cokburn, Alesoun, III. 80.

Cokburn, Edward (1523), IX. 53.

Cokburn, Helen, III. 99.

Cokburn, See also Cockburn.

Coke, William, bookseller in Leith, IX. 86, 97-8.

Cokke, James, goldsmith, XVII. 52.

Cokky, Adam, goldsmith, XVII. 52.

Cokky, James, jeweller to Mary, Queen of Scots, XV. 13, 41 ; XVII. 52.

Cokson, Robert, XII. 76.

Cokstoun, Robin, I11. 81.

Colchester, Lord, XVI. 205, 208-11.

Colden (Coldane), James, deacon of Skinners, VI. 95, 106. See Coudon and Cowthene.

Colden William, deacon of Skinners, VI. 57, 64, 66, 77, 105.

Coldtoun (Calton), XVIII. 38.

Cole, Joseph, Methodist preacher, VIII. 194.

Colinton (Collingtoun), Lord, VIII. 145, 149. See Foulis, Sir James

Colinton Provost Drummond resides in, IV. 32 ; Hailes alias, 32 n. ; Provost Drummond and minister of, 32-3 ; mills at, IX. 121.

Colinton House, IV. 32 72.

College Church, XIV. 172; XVI. 46, 65, 143.

College of Edinburgh, visitation of the, in 1690, VIII. 79-100; properties of suppressed bishopric mortified for benefit of, XIII. 78; XIV. 53, 84, 140; XV. 14 ; XVI. 107 ; Monro made Principal, 147 ; regent of Humanity, 159. See Provost's Lodging and University.

College Garden, Old Infirmary patients and, XV. 145.

College of Justice, II. 163; Black Friars taxed for, III. 63; 120; IX. 76; Sir George Mackenzie on model adopted for, XI. 87; sessions of James 1., 89; lords of council and session, 94, 98; daily council, 104-5 ; an ‘uncertain convenience,’ 106; after Flodden, 109; specialisation of function, 112 ; founding of, 119-23; constitution and list of members, 120-1 ; XIII. 5, 6, 51, 76-7. See also Court of Session, Lords of Session, and Justice, College of.

College Wynd, I. 19; V. 86; XI. 13; XII. 102, 130, 144-6, 151; XV. 148, 149; XVII. 2, 144.

College Yards, II. 23 ; IV. 39, 40.

Collie, John, XII. 166.

Collin, James, VIII. 144.

Collingtoun's Close, XII. 84.

Collinson, Thomas H., VIII. 38.

‘Collop,’ Castle, XVI. 190.

Colmanstoun, lands of, IV. 71; original name of Comiston, 72.

Colquhoun, Alexander, of Luss, X. 87.

Colquhoun, Archibald, Lord Clerk Register, XVII. 167; XX. 146.

Colquhoun, Sir George, of Tilliechewan, resides at Bonnington Toll, XIX. 175.

Colquhoun, Humphrey, XV. 185 ; XIX. 172, 173.

Colquhoun, (Umphra), merchant (1666), XVI. 75.

Colquhoun, Sir James, of Luss, XV. App. 12.

Colquhoun, Sir James, of Tilliechewan, born at Bonnington Lodge, XIX. 175.

Colquhoun, John (1573), X. 141 ; XVI. 182.

Colquhoun, John (1686), XI. 62.

Colquhoun, Nancy, XIX. 175.

Colquhoun, William, XVI. 182.

Colt (or Coult), Elizabeth, XIV. App. 16.

Colt Oliver, advocate, XII. 20. ’

Colt Oliver, minister at Foulden, XII. 20.

Colt Sir Robert, advocate, XII. 89 ; XIV. 46

Colt Robert, XII. 20.

Colt William, site of old Canongate School sold to, XX. 14.

Coltbridge, I. 103, 104; II. 121, 127, 133; III. 179, 181, 182, 184, 190; IV. 73; X. 260; XIV. 108 n.; XV. 170.

Colter's candy, II. 206.

Colvill, John, XVI. 28.

Colvill, Lady, Dame Margaret Wemyss, XI. 46; XVI. 135.

Colville, Hon. Charles, buys ‘The Grove,’ Fountainbridge, XX. 52.

Colville, George, brother of Lord Culross, II. 4.

Colville, Sir James, of Ochiltree, IX. 70, 71, 74; XI. 117, 118.

Colville, John, fifth Lord, XX. 52.

Colville, John, seventh Lord, XX. 52.

Colville, John, XVI. Introd. xvi ; probable author of Historic and Life of James Sext, xv.

Colville, Robert (1674), warded, VI. 125.

Colville, Robert, of Cleish, XVI. Introd. xv.

Colville, Samuel, IV. 133.

Colvine, Alexander, V. 100.

Comb, Margaret, VI. 142.

Comb, Thomas, clubmaker, in Wright's Houses, XVIII. 1-2.

Combe, A., brewer, XVIII. 92 ; XX. App. 35.

Combe, Andrew, M.D., XI. App. 17.

Combe, George, brewer, XX. App. 35.

Combe, George, phrenologist, XX. App. 35.

Comedy Hut, Princes Street, III. 159.

Comely Garden, a miniature Vauxhall, XIX. 69.

Comfit-makers, petition to be erected into company, XVI. 100.

Comiston, springs at, II. 10; IV. 12; Colmanstoun older name of, 71-2; water supply from, X. 256; lairds of, XIV. 74; XV. App. 18; XVIII. App. 22.

Comiston, Lodge, carved stone at, IV. 71.

Commercial Bank, XII. 75.

Commercial Bank Close, XII. 74.

Commercial Court, XII. 147.

Commissary Office, III. 230, 235.

Commissioner, Lord High, makes use of Sedan chair, IX. 220-2.

Commissioners, English, administer justice in Scotland, IV. 111 ; Parliamentary, XVI. 137-8.

Committee of Estates, I. 31.

Common Close, XII. 90; Canongate School in, XX. 14; East, XII. 90.

Common Bakehouse Close, XII. 99.

Common Good, Society of Brewers' lands bought for, X. 236; superiorities of Burgh Muir part of, 261; report of, by Sir Thomas Hunter and Robert Paton, criticised, 261-3; XVI. 117, 120, 128, 134, 144; Town Guard to be paid out of, 133 ; XVIII. 44, 51.

Common Myre, X. 2, 4; site of, 5, 67; gifted by David I. as pertinent of Burgh Muir, 153 ; magistrates granted power to feu, 154; proprietors of, 156 ; Lord Provost Arbuthnot acquires superiority of, 156, 220.

Communion celebration, XVI. 43, 61.

Comrie, James, macer, VI. 131.

Con, George, author of De Duplici Statu Religiomis apud Scotos, V. 60. See Conn.

Conane, Charles, VI. 125.

Concert programmes of Old Edinburgh, XVIII. App. 12.

Concert weekly, II. 11.

Concerts, for ladies, XIX. 193, 196-7, 233, 237, 241; plans of Musical Society's, 234 ; ‘Benefit,’ 239.

Condie, George, VIII. 153.

Condie, Patrick, VIII. 123, 124.

Confession of Faith of 1581, XI. 158.

Confessions, dying, publication of, IV. 112 and n.

Congreve's Mourning Bride, XI. 169.

Conn, John, flesher, XII. 72. See Con.

Connohill, John, III. 82.

Conn's Close, XII. 67, 72 ; XIII. 120, 133.

Conquergood, Patrick, VIII. 152.

Conservator of Scottish Privileges in Netherlands, XIX. 160.

Constable, Archibald, publisher, I. 138, 143 ; IX. 97 ; XII. App. 34; resides at Hatton, XIII. App. 11 ; XIV. 96; his premises in High St., XV. 122; XVI. Introd. xxix ; admitted to Incorporated Trades of Calton, XVIII. 59; XIX. 132; XX. App. 32.

Constable Tower (Castle), V. 62 ; VI. 7, 8.

Constables, XVI. 163, 164 ; High, of Edinburgh, XIX. 120 ; High, of Calton, 119-21.

Constant Couple, The, XI. 170.

Conte, John le, water-colour drawing by, V. 90.

Convener Court of the associated incorporations, XIV. 27, 31, 32 ; XVII. 92.

Conventicles, frequenting, VI. 114, 115, 120, 121, 122, 124, 126, 133, 135, 141, 145, 152 ; VIII. 114, 116, 120, 128, 148 ; IX. 118, 119, 120, 146; XVI. 101, 156, 162 ; reward for those discovering, 123.

Convention of Burghs, I. 89, 90, 93, 96, 97 ; II. 134; III. 197, 199 ; IV. 20, 44, 148; XVI. 87, 138, 141, 166; XIX. 160.

Convention of Estates, demands surrender of Castle, XVI. 180; attitude to Duke's terms, 186-7 ; renews negotiations, 205-206 ; terms accepted, 210 ; Castle taken possession of, 211.

Cook (Cuke, Kuke), Alexander, skinner, VI. 80, 82, 83, 85, 87, 90, 92, 93, 94. See Cuke.

Cook John, coachman, VI. 114.

Cook John, hammerman, XX. 109.

Cook Robert, XV. 201 ; XVIII. 50.

Cook Walter, W.S., III. 173.

Cooke, T. E., IV. 67.

Cooper, George, W.S., IV. 181, 182.

Cooper, Margaret, XII. 118.

Cooper, Richard, founder of Edinburgh school of engraving, II. 11, 49 ; opens a ‘Winter's Academy’ ; his engraving of Prince Charles, 12 and n. ; IX. 82 ; Sir Robert Strange apprentice to, 82-3 ; 85; XII. 115, 118, 119.

Cooper, Richard, yr., drawing-master, II. 12 n. ; IX. 82.

Cooper, Richard, Restalrig, IV. 181.

Cooper's Close, XII. 118, 130.

Cooper's Entry, I. 14; II. 12 n. ; XII. 118.

Cooper's Land, XII. 118.

Cope, Sir John, II. 16-17, 18, 20, 24, 25, 38, 52; incompetency of, 19; at Prestonpans, 26 ; his flight, 27 ; IV. 41.

Coppersmiths of Canongate, XIX. 2; relations with whiteiromnen, 28-9.

Cor, Andrew, XIV. 91.

Cor, Clement, XIII. 104 and n.; XIV. 90-1 ; XV. 26.

Corbieston's Land, XII. 154.

Cordiners of Canongate, dues to be levied in return for building of altar and upkeep of chaplain, XVIII. 41, 102; charter granted; deacons and kirkmasters; Crispin and Crispinian their patron saints, 102-3 ; Reformation and its effect on Incorporation, 103; continue to hold services in Abbey Church; oath taken on admission to craft; fines for Sabbath-breaking; Deacon Dykes refuses Oath of Allegiance, 104-5; workmanship to be satisfactory; fees payable, 106-7 ; apprentices; cobblers not to employ journeyman; dignity of deacons, 107-8, 110; booths; craft meetings, 109-10; absentees and late comers fined, 110; oflice-bearers and their duties, 110-12; fined for non-attendance at funerals; charity workhouse; rivalry between, and those of Edinburgh, 112-14, 116-17, 119; alliance with other crafts, 114; new minute book, 115-17; renewed persecution, 116-17, 119; protest against corruption in election of magistrates, etc., 117-19; complaints as to quality of leather supplied by tanners, 119-20; remedial measures, 120; charity for ‘decayit members,’ 121-2, 137; efforts to acquire convening house, 122-3, 129; fees exacted from North Leith shoemakers and golf-ball makers, 125; better terms obtained, 126; mortcloth dues and compulsory attendance at funerals, 126-7 ; oath to maintain Covenants, 127 ; Archibald and William Lowrie accused of making illegal contracts, 127-9 ; attempt to put down drunkenness and swearing, 129-30; procedure at annual meetings, 132-4; complaints of grievous burdens imposed on Canongate, 134; pageant on st, Crispin's Day, 135-6 and n. ; regalia of Incorporation, 136 and n. ; £100 for Darien scheme, 137; swearing and drinking still prevalent; new mortcloth; number of intrants; fire insurance, 137 ; funds missing, 138-9; duties of boxmaster, 138; sequestration, 139-40; continue to meet in Shoemakers' Close, 141; attempt to regain lost position, 141; complaint against Edinburgh shoemakers; attitude to Jacobites; trouble caused by unfree craftsmen, 142; claim to seats in North Leith Church, 142-3 ; friction with magistrates regarding church seats, 144 ; subscribe for poor-house in Canongate, 144-5, 148; improved circumstances, 144-5; unruly members; unfree craftsmen dealt with, 147 ; rebel joumeymen imprisoned, 148-9; last days, 150; armorial shield, 179.

Cordiners of Edinburgh, XVIII. 149.

Cordiners of North Leith, XVIII. 106, 122, 124; badly used by their brethren of Edinburgh, 113; exactions by Canongate, 125-6; improved conditions, 126; funeral rights, 126-7. See also Cordiners of Canongate.

Cordiners of Portsburgh, XVIII. 149; armorial shield with insignia, 179-80.

Cordiners of Potterrow, XIII. 136; XVIII. 149.

Cordiners' Close, XII. 117.

Cordiners' Hall, Portsburgh, II. 124-5.

Corehouse, Lord. See Cranstoun, George

Cork, John, his tavern a ‘howff’ of Bruntsfield Links Golf Club, XVIII. 2.

Corket, John, XV. 39.

Corn Market, II. 123; XI. 8; XII. 133.

Cornillon, H. W., S.S.C., XVII. 136.

Correction House, XVI. 110; XIX. 16. See also St. Paul's Work and Stansfield, Robert and William

Corri, Domenico, XVIII. App. 12 ; XIX. 220, 238, 242; opens ballroom at Kirkbraehead, 69-70; influence on musical life of city; relations with Musical Society, 216-18; collaborates with his brother, Natale, in publishing Select Collection of Forty Scotch Songs, 218.

Corri, Signora, XIX. 202, 217.

Corri, Natale, music-seller, XIX. 218.

Corri's Rooms, II. 174; IX. 224; XII. 229; XVIII. App. 12.

Corsan, John, of Senick, IX. 116. See Carson.

Corsbie, Janet, VI. 73. See Crosbie.

Corsby, David, XV. 32. See Crosbie.

Corse, Elspeth, XII. 184.

Corse, John, strangled and burnt, IV. 121.

Corse, Robert, merchant, IX. 176.

Corsland, laird of, V. 152.

Corssane, James, VI. 136. See Carson.

Corstorphine, II. 90; XX. 45.

Corstorphine, Castle, III. 180, 182, 183.

Corstorphine, Church, II. 137 ; III. 182, 183 ; foundation of, 180 ; Forrester memorials in, 181 ; visit to, VII. App. 9 ; X. 6; XVI. 22.

Corstorphine, House, carved stone at, III. 183.

Corstorphine's land, III. 81.

Cotis, William, III. 90. See Coutts.

Cottis, Sir James, to arrange for Staple at Middelburg, IX. 52, 53.

Cotton, Master, XVI. 9, 14.

Coudon (Covdoun), James, deacon of Skirmers, VI. 95. See Colden.

Coudon John, XII. 110.

Coudon's Close, XII. 110.

Couling, Thomas, XX. 81.

Coul's Close, XII. 89.

Coul's Land, XII. 89.

Coult, William, of Garturk, XII. 89.

Coult. See also Colt.

Coulter, William, lord provost, XIV. 162 and n., 163; XVIII. 12; XX. 146.

Coult's Close, XII. 89.

Council, Daily, instituted in 1503-4, XI. 104.

Council Chamber, old, XIV. 161.

Council Chamber Close, XII. 65.

Council-House Yard, XIII. 41.

Coupance, Jean de, XIV. 114.

Coupar, Lord (1742), XV. 182. See Balmerino.

Couper, John, Lord (1650), IV. 156 n., 159.

Couper, Sir J., V. 99, 146.

Couper, James, in Axmagirdell, VIII. 368. See Cowper.

Couper Bog, XV. 197.

Coupland, Maurice, X. 74, 161.

Court of High Commission, XIII. 2.

Court of Session, and feuing on south side of Princes St., I. 147, 148; III. 66, 73, 221, 222, 228, 229 ; IV. 45 ; foundation of, 83; and Restalrig, 156, 158 n., 159, 183-5; XIII. 2, 61 ; its origin, 6; expenditure on, XV. 3-4, 62 ; XX. 130, 153, App. 16. See also College of Justice.

Courtes (Courtee), William, skinner, VI. 69, 70, 71, 84, 91, 92.

Courtie, John, apothecary, XIII. 111.

Cousin, David, architect, XX. App. 17.

Cousin, Mrs., hymn-writer, XIX. 167..

Cousin, Rev. William, XIX. 167.

Couston, Alexander, advocate, XIX. 152.

Couston, (Constine), Alexander VI. 133.

Couston, James, farmer, IV. 159, 160, 162, 164, 165-71.

Coutts, Agnes, XII. 109. See Cotis and Cottis.

Coutts, Elizabeth, XII. 109.

Coutts, James, banker, XX. 115.

Coutts, John, lord provost, II. 24 ; III. 231 ; banking house of, 235, 236.

Coutts, John, stabler, XII. 108.

Coutts' Close, XII. 108.

Coutts' Covenant Close, XII. 71, 72.

Coutts' House, XII. 72.

Covenanters, in Old Tolbooth, IV. 111; hanged at Gallowlee, XI. 22 ; 36 ; sent to Dunnottar, XII. 166-7; and to plantations, 167 ; XVI. 167; six hanged, 75; magistrates to give in list of those sheltering in town, 116; search for suspected, 131 ; and for Renwick, 141 ; petition to James VII., 162; XVII. 86; hanged at Gallowlee and skulls buried in Lauriston, XVIII. 156-7 ; XX. App. 26. See Covenanters' Prison.

Covenanters' Prison in Inner Greyfriars Yard, signing National Covenant, II. 81; usurpation of Privy Council, 82, 93; identification of area, 82-7 ; army for Bothwell Brig, 88, 89; rejoicings over Covenanters' defeat, 90, 93 ; number of prisoners, 90, 92, 93, 94, 96, 98, 101, 103 ; arrival in Edinburgh, 90; provision for military guard, 91, 92; food supplies, 91; tardy provision of water, 92; the wounded, 92; proposal of banishment, 93 ; arrival of Monmouth; his clemency, 93; names of prisoners released, 94-6; executions celebrated by bonfires, 96; vengeance for Sharp's murder, 96-7, 99; victims indicted, 97, 98, 99 ; dissensions among prisoners, 98; huts erected, 98; trials, 99, 100, 101 ; executions on Magus Muir, 101 ; transportation of prisoners and wreck of vessel, 101-3 ; expenses for maintaining prisoners, 107.

‘Covenanters' Thorn,’ I. 114.

Coventrie, John, tailor, XIX. 126.

Coventry, Andrew, III. 114, 119, 175.

Covington, Lord, II., 133; XII. 32. See also Lockhart, Alexander

Cowan, Alexander, paper-maker, XII. 91, App. 23.

Cowan, Charles, of Westerlea, XII. App. 23.

Cowan, Duncan, bailie, XII. App. 23.

Cowan, George, wright, XII. 137.

Cowan, James, M.P., XII. App. 23.

Cowan, James, watchmaker, III. 232.

Cowan, James, warded, IX. 162 ; XI. 32.

Cowan, John, candlemaker, XII. 137.

Cowan, William, The Buildings at the East End of Princes Street and Corner of the North Bridge : A Chapter in the Early History of the New Town of Edinburgh, I. 137-154 ; lecture on ‘A Walk through Old Edinburgh,’ App. 4; III. 243 n.; IV. 151 ; The Site of the Black Friars Monastery from the Reformation to the Present Day, V. 67-93; VII. xi; XI. 3, App. 3, 5, 7 ; on preservation of old buildings, 22-3; XII. 3; Maps of Edinburgh, 1544-1851, 209-47; on ‘ Early Views and Maps of Edinburgh,’ App. 3 ; Bearford's Parks, XIII. 79-91 ; services to the Club, App. 6; A Note on Huntly House, XIV. 1-5; XVI. Introd. x; makes selections from Diurnal of Occurrents, ; entertained by Club, App. 28-9; leads excursion to places of interest near Bristo Port, XVII. App. 11-12; death of, 30; lectures by Kenneth Sanderson, W.S., XVIII. App. 8-10, and Ernest A. Savage, 10-14, on his collection of books, manuscripts, views and plans of Edinburgh; prints, with notes, Taylor's Journey to Edenborough in 1705, XX. 36; 79.

Cowan, William, candlemaker, XII. 137.

Cowan, William, McC., VIII. 125.

Cowan Collection, lectures on, XVIII. App. 8, 10.

Cowan's Close, Cowgate, XII. 137.

Cowdenknowes, laird of, XIII. 129.

Cowfeeder Row, XVIII. 170.

Cowgate, II. 65; land south of, granted to Friar Preachers, III. 24; description of, 25; V. 67, 68, 70; origin of name, XII. 126; fire in, XVI. 41 ; Merchant Company's hall in, XX. 30.

Cowgate, Chapel (now St. Patrick's R.C. Church), V. 88.

Cowgate, Port, II. 1, 9, 71; XI. 12; XII. 136; XIII. 117, 129; XIV. 128, 134, 136, 138; heads stuck on spikes of, XVIII. 156, 157.

Cowgatehead, XIV. 124, 145.

Cowie, Archibald, brewer, XII. 172.

Cowie, Peter, chairmaster, IX. 204. Cowpar, Adam, of Gogar, proprietor of property in Cowgate, XI. 131-5.

Cowie, George, III. 80.

Cowper, James, clothier, III. 101. See Couper.

Cowthene (Coudoun or Colden), James, VI. 95.

Cox, Harold B., of Gorgie, VI. 20.

Coyne-House (Cunzie House) Close, XII. 83.

Crabbie, Miller, upholsterer, XII. 105.

Craftsmen and merchant guilds, VI. 12-14; introduction of religious element, 15-16, 46 n.; love of pageantry, 16; parliament tries to control their activities, 17 ; obtain power to regulate their affairs, 18-20; deacons to examine goods and fix prices, 24-25 ; proportion of taxation, 26-7; civic and military duties, 28-9 ; contributions to ministers' stipends, 33-4; processions, 35 and n., 36 and n. ; compelled to attend church, 35 n. ; miracle plays, 36-9 ; care of the poor, 39-40 and n.; funerals, 41 and n.; apprentices, 43-7; contributions for religious purposes, 46 n. ; internal organisation, 42-55 ; the ‘essay,’ 49; office-bearers, 50-2; meeting-place, 53 ; guild-system, 56 ; seize wheat supply, XVI. 4; dispute with merchants, XVII. 92.

Craig, Adam, musician, X. 202; XIX. 195.

Craig, Alexander, skinner, VI. 79, 88.

Craig, Andrew, burgess, V. 68; X. 228.

Craig, Andrew (1587), XV. 17, 18, 27.

Craig, Andro, III. 81.

Craig, Bessie, VIII. 121, 124.

Craig, Elizabeth, of Riccarton, III. 193.

Craig, Elizabeth, wife of James Johnston, I. 95.

Craig, Hector, cordiner, XVIII. 114.

Craig, James, architect, his map of Edinburgh, XII. 210, 211 ; design for New Town, 220, 222, 233; XVII. 161 n., 173 n.

Craig, James, chirurgeon, XV. 45.

Craig, James T. G., III. 175.

Craig, John, wright, XII. 30.

Craig, John, cordiner in Canongate, XIV. 44; XVIII. 115.

Craig, John, Reformer, XIV. App. 18; XV. 18.

Craig, Sir Lewis (Lord Wrightslands), III. 193; X. 237-8; XII. 31 n.; XIV. 93; XIX. 153, 156, 157.

Craig, Margaret, sister of Sir Thomas, of Riccarton, I. 94.

Craig, Miss, mantua-maker, XII. 125.

Craig, Robert, advocate, XIII. 124.

Craig, Sir Thomas, of Riccarton, I. 94, 95; III. 193; X. 146; XII. 27; 31 n.; XIV. 91, 93; XIX. 153.

Craig, Thomas, hammerman, XX. 109.

Craig, William, Lord Craig, III. 143, 151, 163 ; XVII. App. ll.

Craig, William (1684), warded, IX. 131.

Craig, William, apothecary, XV. 24.

Craig, William, Sir W. Gibson, III. 172, 175, 176.

Craigcrook Castle, excursion to, IX. App. 3.

Craigend (Calton), IV. 157, 161, 186; beam in South Leith Church, 187-8; XIV. 118; XVIII. 33, 38, 39, 45, 46, 56, 57; XIX. 95, 96, 98, 113, 118, 138.

Craigend Gate, XV. 136.

Craigengalt, XIV. 117; XVII. App. 13; XVIII. 34-41.

Craigentinny, I. 78, 96, 107, 109, 112; Sir Patrick Nisbet becomes infeft in, 96; lands acquired by William Miller, I. 108; XVI. 93.

Craigentinny, Alexander Nisbet, of, and M'Dougall of Mackerstoun, duel between, VIII. 101, 140.

Craigentinny, Lady, XV. 181.

Craighall's Close, XII. 129.

Craighall-Rattray, Edinburgh monument at, IV. 145, 148; sculptured stones at, 151.

Craighouse, I. 78 ; X. 56, 93, 210 ; XVIII. 64. 167; XIX. 149.

Craigie, John, of Dunbamy, VIII. 109.

Craigie, Patrick, in Temple, VIII. 124.

Craigie, Robert, of Glendoick, II. 16.

Craigievar, laird of, XIII. 104.

Craigleith, I. 98 ; II. 228; XV. 170, 185; XVII. 90, 161, 164, 168; XVIII. 193; XX. 64.

Craiglockhart, XV. 170.

Craiglockhart, Hill, Easter, X. 2.

Craigmillar, laird of (1635), XIII. 129.

Craigmillar, Lady, XII. 158.

Craigmillar Castle, V. 188 ; visit to, VII. App. 8; VIII. 163; James V. at, IX. 21-3; 13. 20; X. 55, 184, 216; laird of, XII. 163 ; XVI. 22, 166 ; XIX. 149.

Craigmillar quarry, stones for Parliament House supplied from, XIII. 50.

Craigoer (Peffermill Road), XV. 170.

Craig's Close, I. 7 ; III. 158 ; IX. 82 ; XI. 7; XII. 27, 30, 31, 32, 39 ; carved stones in, XIV. 96, 166.

Craig's Close, Canongate, XII. 125.

Craig's Close, Cowgate, XII. 137, 140.

‘Craig's plainstanes,’ XIV. 93.

Craigwell, XV. 170, 185; XIX. 95, 101, 102, 128; brewers of, 97.

Craik, Sir James, chaplain of St. Duthois' altar, XV. 34.

Craik, Patrick (1577), XV. 44.

Crames. See Krames.

Crammy, Sir John, V. 44, 45.

Cramond, XIX. 154, 176.

Cramond, Brig, XIX. 163.

Crannok, Friar, V. 46 n.

Cranston of that Ilk, X. 131. See Cranstoun.

Cranston James, XII. 11 ; XIV. 74.

Cranston John, XII. 11.

Cranston Thomas, XII. 11.

Cranston's Close, XII. 11, 39; XIV. 74.

Cranstoun, Christian, IV. 133. See Cranston.

Cranstoun, George, Lord Corehouse, III. 113, 118.

Cranstoun, George, skinner, VI. 78, 82.

Cranstoun, Thomas, III. 172.

Cranstoun and Anderson, W.S., secretaries of Riding School, XX. 156.

Crauford, Marion, sister of the Sciennes, X. 127, 128, 130.

Craufuird, James See Ardmillan, Lord.

Craufurd, Alexander, advocate, VIII. 98. See Crawford and Crawfurd.

Craufurd, Andrew, warded, XI. 40, 46.

Craufurd, Sir Hew, of Jordanhill, owner of Redbraes, III. 128; XIX. 171.

Craufurd, Captain Hew, of Redbraes, XIX. 171, 172, 176.

Craufurd, Hew, Clerk to the Signet, XIX. 170.

Craufurd, Hew, tenant of Whitehouse, X. 189.

Craufurd, James, accused of arson, V. 135.

Craufurd, Sir John, prebendary of St. Giles', X. 14, 72; 106-11, 117, 138; builds chapel on Burgh Muir, 97-9 ; presents it with a breviary, 103 ; hands over chapel to nuns of St. Catherine of Siena, 103.

Craufurd, John, of Crawford, VIII. 157, 158.

Craufurd, Nicol, Justice-Clerk, XI. 114.

Craw, John, extentor, XIII. 126.

Crawford of Auchinyames, VIII. 157. See Craufurd and Crawfurd.

Crawford Alexander, Earl of (1784), III. 141.

Crawford David, fifth Earl of, procurator for James III., III. 47.

Crawford Elizabeth, Countess of (1516), III. 94.

Crawford John, Earl of (1660), XVI. 57, 59.

Crawford Ludovic, Earl of (1645), IV. 111.

Crawford Abbot, IV. 191.

Crawford Agnes, XIX. 151, 152.

Crawford Archibald, parson of Eaglesham, V. 55.

Crawford Bailie (1683), XVI. 120.

Crawford Daniel, warded, IX. 131, 133, 140, 154.

Crawford David, warded, VIII. 123, 124.

Crawford Duncan, XII. 171.

Crawford Edward, merchant, arrested in Copenhagen, IX. 59-60.

Crawford Elizabeth, of Bonnington, XIX. 149, 150-2.

Crawford George, goldsmith, XIII. 138.

Crawford Gideon, warded, IX. 139, 143, 144.

Crawford Isabella, wife of John Davie, X. 218 n.

Crawford Isobel, of Bonnington, XIX. 151, 152.

Crawford James, of Bonnington, XIX. 144, 146-148, 150-3.

Crawford James, surgeon, IX. 150.

Crawford James, goldsmith, X. 218, 219 n.; XIII. 117, 118.

Crawford, James (1851), III. 175.

Crawford, Janet, of Bonnington, XIX. 148-51.

Crawford, John, of Crawfordland, IX. 153 ; XII. 158, 171.

Crawford, John, owns portion of Hillhousefield, XIX. 146, 151.

Crawford, John (1536), III. 97.

Crawford, John (1680), VI. 145.

Crawford, John, flesher, XIII. 128.

Crawford, Jonet (1682), VIII. 135, 136, 137.

Crawford, Katrine. See Isobel.

Crawford, Margaret, wife of John Hog of Drylaws, X. 218 n.

Crawford, Miss, of Redbraes, II. 5 ; III. 128.

Crawford, Patrick, of Restalrig, IV. 174, 179, 180.

Crawford, Thomas, keeper of King's ‘girnal’ at Leith, XIX. 144, 146, 147, 182; receives grant of land, 143.

Crawford, Thomas, Prof. of Philosophy, XII. 39.

Crawford, Thomas, Leith captain, XVI. 19.

Crawford, William, in St. Ninian's Row, buys portion of Lochbank, XIII. 81.

Crawfurd, Malcolm (1668), V. 139.

Crawfurd, Ronald, IV. 167.

Crawfurd, Thomas, smith, IV. 160.

Creech, William, minister of Newbattle, V. 165; XII. 143.

Creech, William, son of above, bookseller, II. 163, 191, 220; III. 164, 238; publishes The Mirror, 144; V. 163, 180, 190; apprenticed to Kincaid; succeeds to business ; becomes lord provost; Burns's poems published by, 165; ‘Creech's Levee ’ ; lines by Burns on; Fugitive Pieces, 166; IX. 97, 98; XII. 7, 142 ; XIV. 58, 67 ; levees of, 96, 162, 163, 164, 166; XIX. 75; on Musical Society's concerts, 240; owner of Trinity Grove, XX. App. 22.

Creech's Land, XIV. 78.

Creich, Agnes, wife of John Cant, XV. 102.

Creich, Andrew, IV. 71.

Creich, Catherine, wife of John Cant (2), X. 15.

Creichen's Gardens, XVIII. 170, 171, 178.

Creichtoun of Sanquhar, IX. 29. See Crichton and Creighton.

Creichtoun James, of Cranstoun, captain of Edinburgh Castle, IX. 37.

Creichtoun Dame Margaret, Lady Semple, III. 95.

Creighton, David, of Lugtoun, X. 229. See Creichtoun, Crichton and Crighton.

Creighton, Patrick, of Lugton, tenant of Canongate Hammermen's property, XX. 80, 81.

Cremonini, Signora, engaged by Musical Society; her exasperating ways, XIX. 211-12.

Crichton, Lord (1723), XIX. 42. See Creichtoun, Creighton and Crighton.

Crichton, Alexander, coachmaker, X., 213 n., 214; XII. 119.

Crichton, Esther, XIII. 81.

Crichton, George, abbot of Holyrood, V. 70; VII. c, oi; IX. 6; XII. 107; XIII. 121 n., 123 n.; XIX. 147.

Crichton, George, chairman of police commissioners of Leith, XX. 63.

Crichton, James, of Cranston-Riddell, captain of Edinburgh Castle, XIII. 81.

Crichton, Friar James, III. 37.

Crichton, James, conventicler, VI. 114.

Crichton, John, XVI. 182.

Crichton, J. A., III. 177.

Crichton, Lawrence, XIV. App. 19.

Crichton, Martin, XIII. 81.

Crichton, (Creichtoun), Sir Patrick, of Cranston-Riddell, letter on defences of the Castle, IX. 3, 4, 13, 14.

Crichton, Patrick, saddler, X. 213 n., 214; XII. 119.

Crichton, Richard, architect, I. 152.

Crichton, Thomas, conventicler, VI. 114.

Crichton, William, Lord, X. 36-7.

Crichton, William, merchant, X. 213 n.

Crichton Club, III. 111.

Crichton collegiate church of, I. 10 ; III. 82; X. 32, 36-9.

Crichton's Close or Entry, XII. 119.

Crichton's Yard, XVI. 201, 207.

‘Cries of Edinburgh,’ II. 181-2, 205, 212.

Crighton, John, soldier, VI. 149. See Creichtoun, Creighton, Crichton.

Crighton, Thomas (1679), VI. 136.

Crighton, Thomas, merchant, XVIII. 161.

Crightoun, Thomas, Carnwath, II. 99. See Creichtoun, Creighton, Crichton.

Crimond, Lord. See Burnet, Robert

Crinzean, George, XVIII. 75.

Crochallan Fencibles, I. 8; account of, III. 163-5 ; IV. 37 ; XII. 33 ; XIV. 98.

Crockie, William, XII. 25.

Croftangry, I. 24; IX. 88; XI. 8; XII. 107 ; XV. 66, 170; XVIII. 39.

Croll, George, VI. 117.

Cromarty, George, first Earl of, town house of, V. 80, 82.

Cromarty, George, third Earl of (1738), XV. 152.

Crombie, Alison, XI. 58. See Crumbie.

Crombie, Andrew, silk dyer, XII. 138.

Crombie, Benjamin W., his Modem Athenians, IX. 107; XII. App. 11.

Crombie, James, deacon of Weavers, XX. 80.

Crombie, Thomas, W.S., X. 238.

Crombie's Close, IX. 218; XII. 137, 138.

Cromwell, Oliver, III. 181, 185 ; at Moray House, 217 ; proposed statue, 218; IV. 132; V. 108; X. 58, 200; XII. App. 22; arrives in Edinburgh after battle of Dunbar; orders three soldiers to be scourged, XVI. 35; troops fired on from Castle; at Holyrood, 36; troops rob inhabitants; claims Heriot's Hospital, 37; disorder committed by troops, 38; proclaimed at Market Cross, 40, 48; Patrick Gillespie and, 43 ; fast for recovery from illness, 50; repairs Holyroodhouse, 52 ; Sir Andrew Ramsay compared to, 82; at Dundas Castle, App. 15; XVIII. 129.

Cromwell, Richard, proclaimed Protector, XVI. 50; fast for, 51.

Cromwell, Thomas, IX. 34.

Cromwell's Commission on Forfeited Estates, court house, of, I. 21.

‘Cromwell Bartizan,’ XIV. 87.

Crooks, Janet, IV. 133.

Croping Parliament, XVI. 19.

Crosbie, Andrew, ‘Assassin’ of Poker Club, III. 147, 152, 153 ; XII. 24; XIV. 90; builds house in New Town, XV. App. 12, 13; XVII. 173; relations with Musical Socy., XIX. 225; XX. 115. See Corsbie and Corsby.

Cross, Alexander, goldsmith, XIX. 17.

Cross of Canongate, XII. 120; XX. 78,

Cross Edinburgh, I. 32, 50, 95; II. 13, 96, 126, 201, 205, 237; James VIII. proclaimed at, 25; III. 101, 120, 146, 182, 217, 223, 225, 226; Restoration rejoicings at, 218; taken down, IV. 50 ; ‘Claudero’ and, 51 ; 84, 127, 140; watchmen meet at, 83 ; executions at, 90, 93, 105 and 11..; James VI. makes triumphal progress to, 103 ; pillory at, 106-7 and n. ; 108 n. ; V. 100, 108, 116, 124, 127, 147; VI. 109, 110, 135 ; VIII. 131, 134, 142; IX. 45, 47; Sedan chair burned at, by common hangman, 201; 203; X. 86, 88, 94; batch of Macgregors hanged at, 87; well at, 256; XI. 8, 11, 13, 24; XII. 29, 30, 32, 35, 63, 68, 69, 178; XIV. 20; shaft of, 81; branks at, XV. 45, 83, App. 16; XVI. 35, 38, 61, 63, 130, 155, 191 ; Hay of Dalgaty and Colonel Sibbald beheaded, 34; Captain Charteris beheaded, 35; royal arms, 39; Captain Rodger hanged, 39; Cromwell proclaimed at, 40, 48; fireworks at, 40; Captain Gordon hanged, 42; barbarity, 43; Richard Cromwell proclaimed, 51 ; Samuel Rutherford's books burnt at, 55, 56; Parliament proclaimed, 56; Restoration rejoicings, 66 ; Covenanters hanged, 75; cloth burnt, 108; Covenants burnt, 112; XVII. 53, 151 ; XVIII. 93, 160, 173; XX. App. 10-19; last speech of, by ‘Claudero,’ 15.

Cross Keys Tavern (Steil's), III. 225; XII. 71 ; concerts at, XIX. 191, 192.

Cross Strand, Calton, XIX. 109.

Cross Well, XIX. 211 n.

Crosscauseway, XIV. 122, 141.

Crosshouse, XIV. 122.

Crouden, Peter, XIX. 146 n.

Crouden, William, Master of the Trinity House, XIX. 146 n.

Crouden's Houses, XIX. 146.

Crow, Captain, VIII. 158.

Crown vessel, loss of, II. 101-3, 105.

Crown tavern, Kennedy's Close, III. 158.

Crucifixion, Chapel of the, founded by Walter Chepman, XI. 129; stones of, for rebuilding Tolbooth, 131 ; XIII. 1.

Cruick's Close, XII. 25.

Cruickshank, David, legacy to St. Paul's Work, XVII. 62.

Cruickshank, William, rector of Canongate High School, XII. App. 29; XX. 18.

Cruickshanks, John, warded, VI. 120, 132.

Cruickshanks, William, warded, XI. 33.

Crumbie, William, V. 130. See Crombie.

Crystie, James, of Stentoune, IX. 169. See Christie.

Crystie, Janet, VI. 150.

Crystie, William, XIV. 36, 42.

Cuddieshaugh, near Dean, XV. 170.

Cuke, John, mason, IX. 20; X. 38. See Cook.

Culdees of Lochleven, grant of lands in favour of, V. 14.

Cullane, Marion, IV. 136.

Cullen (Coullen), Andrew, XI. 61, 67.

Cullen Robert (Lord Cullen), III. 144, 153.

Cullen William, physician, III. 148, 150, 250; IX. 97; XV. 110.

Cullen's Close, XII. 60; XIV. 66.

Culling, Mr., XX. 81.

Culross stones for building of Parliament House, XIII. 26.

Cuming, Robert, flesher, XVII. 139.

Cumming, Alexander, advocate, XIII. 98.

Cumming, George, tavern-keeper, XII. 33.

Cumming, George, brewer, XII. 123.

Cumming, James, flesher, IV. 47.

Cumming, James, XX. 23 ; last master of Canongate School, 20; magistrates and ministers praise his abilities; his assistants, 21 ; takes students as boarders, 22 ; former pupils of, dine together, 24-5.

Cumming, John, brewer, XII. 123.

Cumming, Mr., Pantheon debater, I. 54.

Cumming, Robert, IV. 47.

Cumming, Roualeyn G., XIV. App. 12.

Cumming, Will, IV. 160.

Cumming, William, hostler, XI. 76-7, 80.

Cumming, William, banker, XVIII. 145.

Cumming's Close, XII. 123.

Cumyn, William, bishop of Brechin, III. 38.

Cundell, Ann Ross, XIX. 167. See Cousin, Mrs.

Cundell, David, surgeon, XIX. 167.

Cundell, Edward, XIX. 167.

Cundell, James, bailie, XIX. 166.

Cundell, Jane, XIX. 167.

Cundell, John, of Leith, XVIII. 10; XIX. 166, 167.

Cundell, John Ross, banker, XIX. 167.

Cundell, Joseph, banker, XIX. 167.

Cundell, William, treasurer of Leith Assembly, XIX. 70, 166, 167.

Cuningham, Alexander, town clerk, XIV. 148, 153.

Cuningham, Alexander, in Cashintoune, VI. 127.

Cuningham, Charles, town clerk, XIV. 148, 152, 153, 157, 162, 168.

Cuningham, Patrick, warded, XII. 166, 184.

Cuningham, Sir William, of Caprington, XIII. 106.

Cuningham, William, warded, XI. 40, 44.

Cuningham, William G., keeper of Register of Sasines, XIV. 162.

Cuninghame, Alexander, regent of Humanity, VIII. 84, 96; accused of intemperance and assaulting his students, 97 ; his defence, 98; resigns, 99, 100.

Cuninghame, Archibald, warded, VI. 152.

Cuninghame, Captain, VIII. 126.

Cuninghame, Charles, servant, VIII. 91.

Cuninghame, David (1672), minister, VI. 116, 136.

Cuninghame, John (1662), V. 100, 104, 116, 118, 120, 124, 126, 127.

Cuninghame, John, Gowk Club, III. 172.

Cuninghame, William (1587), XV. 17.

Cuninghame, William (1663), provost of Ayr, IV. 135; V. 109; VIII. 117, 119.

Cunningham. See also Cuningham, Cuninghame, Cunninghame, Cunnynghame, Cunyngham, Cunynghame.

Cunningham. Alexander of Craigans, VIII. 155; IX. 164; XII. 198.

Cunningham. Alexander, writer, III. 164.

Cunningham. Lady Betty, XV. App. 13.

Cunningham. David, warded, VIII. 126.

Cunningham. Edward, XVIII. 158.

Cunningham. George (1859), XII. 9.

Cunningham. Sir Hugh, of Craigend, II. 87.

Cunningham. James, W.S., XIX. 97.

Cunningham. James, transported, XII. 188.

Cunningham. John, of Enterkin, XII. 159.

Cunningham. John, of Robertland, XII. 17, 18.

Cunningham. John, brewer in Calton, XVIII. 73.

Cunningham. ‘Laird,’ of Bonnington Mills, XIX. 167, 170.

Cunningham. Lady Mary, resident in Fountainbridge, XX. 55.

Cunningham. Ninian, writer, XVIII. 139.

Cunningham. Patrick, goldsmith, III. 249.

Cunningham. Robert, schoolmaster, XIX. 113.

Cunningham. Robert, Burlaw bailie, XV. 185.

Cunningham. Robert, military commander, II. 28.

Cunningham. Simon, his house in Lauriston, XVIII. 168.

Cunningham. Sir William, of Kilmaurs, owner of land at Water of Leith, II. 145.

Cunningham. Sir W. (1781), Wig Club, III. 141.

Cunningham. William, of Enterkin, IX. 166, 175.

Cunningham. William, yr., of Craigans, IX. 164; XII. 181, 185, 186.

Cunningham. Dr. William, IX. lll.

Cunningham. William, W.S., III. 173.

Cunningham. William, goldsmith, III. 249.

Cunninghame, Sir David, of Milncraig, III. 225.

Cunninghame, Gabriel, IV. 136.

Cunninghame, Janet, XVI. 198, 200, 206.

Cunninghame, William, whipped for rioting, IV. 118.

Cunnynghame, Robert, III. 83.

Cunyngham, John (1685), warded, XII. 164, 167.

Cunyngham, Lieut., VIII. 121.

Cunynghame, Christian, VIII. 109.

Cunynghame, Edward, bailie, West Port, XVI. 55.

Cunynghame, Edward (1636), maltman, XIII. 96.

Cunynghame, Sir John, VI. 110.

Cunynghame, John, W.S., V. 114, 115.

Cunynghame, Margaret, murdered, V. 114, 115, 116.

Cunynghame, Patrick (1684), IX. 140.

Cunynghame, William, of Ashinyeards, IX. 161 ; XII. 167, 174.

Cunynghame, William (1684), IX. 131.

Cunzie Close, XII. 83, 84.

Cunzie House, II. 48 ; XI. 8 ; XII. 84 ; XV. 59, 109; XVI. 111, 135; XVIII. App. 25.

Curle, James, IV. 84.

Curriber Bank, XII. 41.

Currie, Alexander, III. 175, 176. See Curry and Cury.

Currie, Andrew, deacon of Weavers, XII. 53.

Currie, Hugh, XII. 53.

Currie, James, minister, Shotts, IX. 160; XI. 41.

Currie, James, provost, XVI. 128.

Currie, James, Ormonde pursuivant, XVIII. 14.

Currie, James (1761), XII. 53.

Currie, Mary, II. 158.

Currie, William, Speculative Society, V. 171, 172, 178, 181, 188.

Currie, William, skinner, VI. 97, 101.

Curriehill, Lord (Sir James Skene), XI. App. 18.

Curriehill, Lady, IV. 132.

Curriehill House Yards, XV. 146.

Currier, Andrew, W.S., of Peffermill, V. 164.

Currier, Christian, V. 164.

Currie's Close, XII. 53.

Curror, Alexander, III. 79.

Curror, David, S.S.C., XVII. 135, 136.

Curror, John, XII. 53.

Curror, William, III. 95.

Curror's Close, XII. 53.

Curry, David, covenanter, II. 95. See Chirrie and Cury.

Curtain Wall (Castle), VI. 9.

Cury, James, bailie, V. 137. See Currie and Curry.

Custom House, III. 229; IV. 21, 26, 28; XIV. 151 ; XVI. 167.

Customer's Lodge, Bristo Port, XVII. 112.

Cuthbert of Wrichtishouses, XVIII. 169 n.

Cuthbertson, William, V. 146.

Cuthbertson's property, Calton, XIX. 109.

Cutlers' armorial shield, VIII. 62.

Cutlers of Canongate, XIX. 2, 3 ; a flourishing art; the assay, 25-6; uneventful history, 26; women in craft, 26 ; complaint against armourer, 26-7 ; marking goods, 27.