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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Dacre, Lord, IX. 11, 12, 39.

Daer, Lord, III. 151.

‘Dagmakers’ or gunsmiths, XIX. 2, 22.

Daill, John, XVIII. 25.

Daily Council instituted in 1503-4 for removing vexatious legal delays, XI. 104.

‘Dainty Davie’ (Rev. David Williamson), I. 113; XIV. 66.

Dalgety, Dugald, X. 94.

Dalgleish, James (1587), XV. 17.

Dalgleish, Sir John, XIII. 99, 111.

Dalgleish, Laurence, watchmaker, III. 232.

Dalgleish, (Dawgleiss), Robein, III. 82.

Dalgleish, Robert, agent of the Kirk, IV. 148; V. 77.

Dalgleish's Close, XII. 153 ; XVI. 5.

Dalhousie, Elizabeth, eighth Countess of, XIX. 85.

Dalhousie, George, eighth Earl of, XIII. App. 15 ; buys Cockpen estate, XVII. 17, 19.

Dalhousie, George, ninth Earl of, I. 144; XIII. App. 15; XX. 145, 146.

Dalhousie, George, twelfth Earl of, III. 177.

Dalhousie Castle, Club visits, XV. App. 25-6.

Dalkeith, Lord (1633), XVIII. 15.

Dalkeith, Francis, Earl of, XX. App. 26.

Dalkeith Road, Old, antiquity of, X. 56, 62.

Dallas, George, W.S., XVI. 134.

Dallas, James, of Cantray, V. 172 n.

Dallas, William, son of James of Cantray, V. 172 and n., 181, 188 ; discourse on ‘The Advantages and Study of Knowledge,’ 186.

Dallas, William, W.S., III. 165.

Dallas' Close, XII. 115.

Dalling, John, in Leith, X. 219 n. See Daulling.

Dalling, Thomas, advocate, XIII. 120, 133.

Dalling's Acres, X. 219 n.

Dalmahoy, John, sergeant of port of Leith, XV. 18.

Dalmahoy, Robert, son of laird of Dalmahoy, VIII. 93.

Dalmahoy, William, IX. 152.

Dalmeny, Archibald, Lord, son of fourth Earl of Rosebery, III. 244 n.

Dalry, lands of, II. 144-5 ; Touris family and, 65; sold to Sir A. Brand, 147; XIV. 102 and n., 105, 107, 108 n., 109, 110, 140; XVIII. 152, 169 n. ; manorhouse described, XX. 26-7, 33-4; Walter Chiesley, probable builder of mansion ; rural situation, 27 ; ‘King's Field’ ; early history ; Chiesley family and, 28-9; Sir Alexander Brand buys, 29; change of name; ‘Dalry now called Brandsfield,’ 30 ; manor house for sale, 35; Brand feus; house sold, 35-6 ; Joseph Taylor's description of, 36-8; for sale, 38-9; Brand's son owner of portion, 39; reversion to old name; sold to first Lord Rosebery; sasine granted to Matthew Lant; Lord Chief Baron Idle infeft in, 40 ; William Kirkpatrick of Allisland, proprietor of, 41-2, 56 ; mansion sold to Hon. Basil Cochrane, 42; Walker family as owners, 43-5 ; changes in surroundings, 44; mansion becomes training college, 45 ; feued to brewers, 45-6; Lady Lockhart superior of portion of, 54; Society and Fraternity of Gardeners rent acres of, 57.

Dalry, Cemetery, IV. 72.

Dalry, Easter, XX. 29, 35, 39.

Dalry, Haughs of, XX. 27.

Dalry, House, I. 78 ; II. 143, 146 ; III. 184, 190, 196; XX. 48; gateway to, in Fountainbridge, 56. See also Dalry, lands of.

Dalry, Mills, III. 184; XV. 170; XVI. 116.

Dalry, Park, XX. 33, 35, 36, 42.

Dalry, Road, XX. 27.

Dalrymple, Andrew, master of St. Paul's Work, XVII, 55.

Dalrymple, Charles, V. 137.

Dalrymple, Commissary, IX. 122.

Dalrymple, Sir David (Lord Hailes), contributor to The Mirror, III. 144; IV. 37; his house in New St., XI. 9; XV. 110; XX. 51.

Dalrymple, David, Lord Westhall, XII. 24.

Dalrymple, David, burgess, III. 89 ; makes grant to Black Friars, 48.

Dalrymple, Hon. George, of Dalmahoy, III. 244 n., 247.

Dalrymple, George, Baron of Exchequer, III. 247, 250 and n.

Dalrymple, Sir Hew, President of Court of Session, XII. 131.

Dalrymple, Hew, of Drummore. See Drummore, Lord.

Dalrymple, Hugh, a director of Musical Society, XIX. 195.

Dalrymple, Sir James, first Viscount Stair, I. 113.

Dalrymple, James, of Orangefield, III. 164.

Dalrymple, James, in the Water of Leith, I. 132.

Dalrymple, Sir John, afterwards first Earl of Stair, III. 153, 246; IX. 152, 153, 173 ; XII. 204. See Stair, John, first Earl of.

Dalrymple, Sir John (1825), XVIII. 203.

Dalrymple, John, of Newliston. See Stair, fifth Earl.

Dalrymple, John, lord provost, III. 162 ; XVII. 122 ; a director of the Musical Society, XIX. 88.

Dalrymple, John (1851), M.P., III. 175.

Dalrymple, John, advocate, III. 153.

Dalrymple, Sir J. H. (1828), XX. 68.

Dalrymple, of North Berwick, Lady, XIX. 42; directress of ‘Assembly,’ 89.

Dalrymple, Marion, VIII. 152.

Dalrymple, Miss, XIX. 71.

Dalrymple, Robert Stair, III. 152.

Dalrymple, William, of Glenmuir, III. 247.

Dalzel, Prof. Andrew, III. 114; VIII. 79, 81, 99; XIII. App. 10.

Dalzell, James (1561), XV. 47, 48. See Dalziel and Dalziell.

Dalzell, John, VI. 114.

Dalzell, Sir J. G., XIV. 167.

Dalzell, Sir Thomas, of Binns, house of, I. 11; II. 92, 94, 104, 105 ; VIII. 110, 119, 139, 145; IX. 156; X. 201 ; XII. 168.

Dalzell's land, III. 93.

Dalziel, Alexander, writer, X. 166. See Dalzell.

Dalziel, James, in Haucbewchsyd, IX. 151.

Dalziel, John, of Camwath, IX. 131.

Dalziel, Mr., of Restalrig, IV. 175, 177, 179, 182, 184.

Dalziell (Deyell), Elizabeth, V. 139.

Dalziell Ensign James, VIII. 101, 140, 141.

Dame Poor's Close, XII. 142.

Damhead, XV. 184.

Dances, Scottish, XIX. 34, 61; people's, 83.

Dancing Assembly in West Bow in 1710, IX. 191, 192.

Danielstone, James, goldsmith, XIII. 125, 130. See Dennistoun.

Danniell, Andrew, in Codziam, II. 94.

Darien Company, II. 138 ; X. 227 ; house of, XI. 6, 8; XVIII. App. 26; XX. App. 20.

Dark Shoemaker's Close, XII. 97.

Darling, Alexander, warded, VIII. 123, 124. See Derling.

Darling, Andrew, writer, XIII. 135.

Darling, David, XIX. 127.

Darling, John, warded, VIII. 121, 122.

D'Artois, Count, II. 163; taught English by William Ritchie, master of Canongate School, XX. 20. See Charles X.

Dashingflatt (or Dishingflatt), XV. App. 19.

Dashkoff, Princess, XII. App. 10.

Daskor, Prince, XX. 133.

Dassauville, William, his Plan of Edinburgh, XII. 234.

Daulling, George, skipper, IX. 117. See Dalling.

D'Avenant, Sir William, his version of The Tempest, XI. 164 and n., and Macbeth, 164-6.

David I., I. 130; V. 10, 25, 30, 31, 32 n., 34, 38, 65, 66; issues Charter of Confirmation under Great Seal, 9; his death, 20 ; buried at Dunfermline, 21 ; his charter to Holyrood, 41, and to St. Cuthbert's Church, 47; invites Flemings to settle in Scotland, VI. 42; foundation of Holyrood Abbey, VII. lvii ; gift to city of Burgh Muir, X. 1-2 ; lands not included in gift, 5, 153 ; hunts stag in Drumselch forest, 2-3 and n.; foundation charter of Holyrood, 4, 6; builds and endows churches and monasteries, 6; presents St. Giles' Church to Harehope monastery, 7 ; buried in Dunfermline, 8n.; 153, 154; XIII. 79; XIV. 102, 104, 105, 107, App. 15; confers sanctuary rights, XV. 57, 59, 135; XX. 1.

David II., gifts to Black Friars, III. 32; return from captivity in England, 33; mass on behalf of, 40 ; letter of protection to Friar Preachers, 88; V. 22; VI. 2; X. 9; XIV. 109; tries to improve royal garden, 111; interest in the Barras, 114; XX. 28.

David Murray's Close, XII. 153.

David's Tower (Edinburgh Castle), V. 42 n. ; story of its recent discovery, VI. 2-5 ; relics found, 6 ; proposal for restoration, 9; lecture on, by W. T. Oldrieve, VII. App. 4-7; IX. 15, 16; James V. resides in, 17 ; XI. 8, App. 10.

Davidson, Alexander, shoemaker, XVIII. 75. See Davidsoun and Davison.

Davidson, Anne, of Whitehouse, X. 182.

Davidson, Sheriff Archibald, III. 174, 175, 176.

Davidson, Charles, V. 131.

Davidson, Christian, VIII. 135, 136.

Davidson, George, residing in Rotterdam, IV. 47.

Davidson, Henry (1744), XII. 134.

Davidson, Henry, merchant, Leith, XVIII. App. 33.

Davidson, Hugh, merchant, Leith, XIX. 175.

Davidson, James, baker in Canongate, XIV. 37, 43.

Davidson, James, schoolmaster, Canongate, XX. 6.

Davidson, John, of Whitehouse, X. 36, 46-51, 182, 183, 222, 225.

Davidson, John, tailor, III. 102; owns ‘land’ at Black Friars priory, 78a.

Davidson, John, pirate, IV. 84.

Davidson, John, brassfounder, XII. 106.

Davidson, (or Dennistoun), Margaret, wife of Adam Cowpar of Gogar, XI. 131, 132.

Davidson, Margaret (1600), VI. 100.

Davidson, Randall Thomas, archbishop, born in Inverleith Place, XVIII. App. 33.

Davidson, Robert, shoemaker, XII. 106.

Davidson, Thomas (1737), IV. 28.

Davidson, Dr. Thomas Randall, of Muirhouse, XIII. App. 10-11; XIV. 174 and n. ; XVIII. App. 33.

Davidson, William, tailor, Canongate, I. 43.

Davidson, Yaxly, innkeeper, XIV. 134.

Davidson's Close (Kinloch's), XII. 78, 134.

Davidson's Close (White Horse), XII. 105, 106; XIV. 127.

Davidson's Land, XII. 106.

Davidsoun, William, III. 79. See Davidson and Davison.

Davie, James, son of John, the brewer, X. 218 n., 220.

Davie, John, brewer, feus Gallows Green, I. 34; X. 96, 218 n., 219.

Davie, John, covenanter, VIII. 123, 124.

Davies, Thomas, warded, VIII. 132.

Davison, Jeremiah, II. 12 71.. See Davidson and Davidsoun.

Dawson, Andrew, candlemaker, XVII. 139. 141.

Deacon Convener, his powers and duties, XIV. 30, 31, 38.

Deaconry, XVI. 89.

Deacons of Trade, XIV. 28, 31.

Dean, barony of, I. 78, 86, 98, 109, 112, 114, 121, 129 ; sculptured stones of, 77-135 ; ‘Putrie’ or poultry lands of, 97, 98 ; bought by William Nisbet, 97 ; village of, 98, 100; exchanged for lands of Craigentinny and Restalrig, 107 ; feuing of, 126; II. 133; III. 184; building plan for, XII. 238; XV. 170, 175, 185.

Dean, Bridge, I. 131; tollhouse at, 124, 132.

Dean, Cemetery, I. 78, 80, 91, 93, 100, 101, 106. 123, 126.

Dean, House, I. 87, 92, 98, 104, 106, 114, 119, 122, 124, 125; built by Sir William Nisbet, 78, 96; mural ornaments, 79; association with Tully-Veolan, 79-80; described, 99, 100 ; last occupants, 125; demolition, 126; IV. 55, 72; XIV. 61.

Dean, Park, I. 125 ; farm at, XVII. 77.

Dean, quarry, XX. App. 13.

Dean, village, XII. 211 ; XVIII. 160.

Dean, Western Place of, I. 116, 122.

Dean of Guild, VI. 42 ; XV. App. 15 ; no holder to continue above two years, XVI. 88; election of, 121.

Deanes, General, XVI. 37. See Deans and Deines.

Deanhaugh, I. 98; mansion, IX. 232; XIV. 82; XV. 170, 185; XIX. 94.

Deans (Deynes), George, advocate, XIII. 136.

Deans James, XX. 19. See Deanes and Deines.

‘Dean's Mill, called Bell's Mill,’ I. 126 ; XX. App. 9.

Deas, George, III. 175.

Deborah, Handel's, XIX. 204.

Debt, VI. 108, 111, 113, 115, 128, 131-3, 143; VIII. 107, 119, 123, 127, 152.

Debtors, magistrates responsible for, IV. 96; to be set in pillory, 106-7 and n.; liberated because of plague, 110.

De Carabris, William, bailie, XII. 41.

De Courcy, Richard, preacher in Lady Glenorchy's chapel, VIII. 185-6.

Decreet Arbitral (1583), I. 86 ; VI. 19, 24, 26, 27, 29, 40, 47, 51, 52 n. ; XIV. 35; XVI. 89-91, 120; XVII. 92, 137.

Dederyk, William de, XV. App. 9.

Dee, John, III. 81.

Dee, Katherine, II. 76.

Dee, Friar William, III. 94.

Defoe, Daniel, III. 227, 234 ; VIII. 162.

De Graifif, Jacquet, IX. 75.

Deines, James, IV. 123. See Deanes and Deans.

Deiraneuch, II. 72.

De la Cour, VIII. App. 5 ; XX. App. 28.

De la Fontagne, Simon, III. 33.

De la Motte, Pierre, dancing master, XV. 176, 186, 198 and n.

De Lestalrics, XII. App. 12.

Demainbray, Mr. and Mrs., their school in Bishop's Land, II. 45.

Dempster, George, of Dunnichen, III. 153.

Dempster, James, weaver, XII. 111.

Dempster's Close, XII. 110.

Denham, James (1708), XII. 155.

Denholm, David, servitor, XI. 49.

Denholm, James, farmer, VI. 121.

Denholm, James (1686), XII. 190.

Denholm, James, hatter, XIV. 163, 179.

Denholm, John, bailie, IV. 134.

Denholm, John, brewer, XII. 149.

Denholm, John, Bridge of Ken, V. 143.

Denmark, Frederick, King of. See Frederick.

Denmyln MSS., letter anent Black Friars, III. 36.

Dennistoun, Alexander, bailie, XII. 31, 32 ; XIII. 109. See Danielstone.

Dennistoun, David, XII. 31.

Dennistoun, James, IX. 83.

Dennistoun's Close, XII. 30, 31.

Dennun, Robene, III. 81.

Denoon, David, saddler, XIX. 21.

Denoon, David, bailie, XX. 16.

Denovan, Campbell, his New Picture of Edinburgh, IX. 98 ; XII. 63 ; his Edinburgh Directory and Picture of Edinburgh, 228.

Deoch-an-douris, XX. 38 and n.

De Quincey, Thomas, buried in St. Cuthbert's Churchyard, XI. App. 17 ; a dweller in sanctuary of Holyrood, XV. 97 ; a tenant of Lady Nairne at Duddingston, XX. App. 30-1.

Derling, Marion, III. 94. See Darling.

Dernling, Christian, wife of John Richesoun, XX. 102.

Deuchar, Alexander, lapidary, IX. 87, 88.

Deuchar, David, seal engraver, IX. 87-90 ; X. 203, 204 n.

Deuchar, John, of Morningside, X. 206.

Deuchar, William, X. 203, 204 n.

Devener, James, VIII. 150.

Devil's health, punishment for drinking, VI. 109.

Dewar, Archibald, tailor, XV. 28.

Dewar, David, tailor, XIV. 36.

Dewar, George, burgess, X. 218 n.

Dewar, James, of Canaan, X. 183.

Dewar, James, of Vogrie, XII. 51.

Dewar, James, warded, VIII. 153.

Dewar, John, bailie, X. 181.

Dewar, John, son of above, X. 181, 183.

Dewar, Miss, of Vogrie, II. 164.

Dewar, Sybilla, XV. 44, 45.

Dewar's Close, I. 23.

De Winton, Henry, IV. 69.

De Witt, F., III. 220, 222.

Dhu Craig, XIV. 117 ; XVIII. 36. See Dow Craig.

Diana visiting Endymion, painting of, XX. App. 28.

Diary of John Nicoll, XVI. Introd. x ; extracts chosen by John Russell, xxv; nature and value of, xx. 33-76.

Dick, Sir Alexander, of Prestonfield, X. 157, 215; XIX. 112; XX. 112, 115; App. 29.

Dick, Alexander, wright, XII. 172.

Dick, Alexander, writer, XIII. 96, 115.

Dick, Sir Andrew, of Craighouse, XI. App. 14, 15.

Dick, Captain Andrew, prisoner in Tolbooth, XI. 29, 38, 40.

Dick, Sir Andrew Lauder, fifth bart., of Fountainhall, X. 17.

Dick, Sir Andrew Lauder, sixth bart., X. 17, 161.

Dick, Sir Andrew Lauder, of Grange, X. 152-3.

Dick, David, brewer, XII. 144.

Dick, David, minister, XVI. 47.

Dick, Lauder, Isobel, wife of Sir Andrew, fifth bart., X. 17.

Dick, Sir James, lord provost, IV. 12; VI. 133 ; XI. 38 ; XII. 168 ; XIII. App. 13; XVI. 117, 129, 137, 138; imports playing cards, XVIII. App. 23.

Dick, James, brewer, XII. 144.

Dick, John, of Braid, XI. App. 14.

Dick, John (1662), V. 99.

Dick, John, student of theology, IX. 128; executed, 129, 134; XVI. 120, 123, 125.

Dick, Katherine, relict of William Bissett, chirurgeon, I. 92.

Dick, Katherine, second wife of Sir William Nisbet, first of Dean, I. 92, 102, 105, 106.

Dick, Margaret, IV. 71.

Dick, Quentin, IX. 162; XII. 166.

Dick, Dr. Robert, III. 152.

Dick, Robert, writer, X. 183, 225.

Dick, Robert, minister, XX. 19.

Dick, Thomas, farmer, X. 163.

Dick, Thomas, engraver, IX. 110.

Dick, Sir William, of Braid, I. 7, 102, 106; father-in-law of Sir William Nisbet, first of Dean, 96; career of, 105 ; ‘Davie Deans’ on, 105-6 ; IV. 73 ; acquires lands of Grange and Braid, X. 15-16, 159 n., 160 n., 162, 219 n.; acquires twenty-one feus, 223, 224 ; leases buildings and lands of Society of Brewers, 238; XI. App. 14, 15; XII. 24, 25; XIII. 62, 101 and n., 104 and n., 105; XIV. 90; XV. App. 11; his ‘Lamentable Estate,’ XVIII. App. 13 ; XIX. 158, 160.

Dick, William, son of Sir William, XI. App. 14 ; fiar of Grange of St. Giles, X. 16, 17, 150.

Dick, William, third of Braid (1683), a prisoner in Tolbooth, VIII. 145, 149; XI. App. 15.

Dick, William, of Grange (1716), X. 160.

Dick, William, of Grange (1751), X. 36-51 ; XII. 93.

Dick, Sir William, of Prestonfield, XV. App. 17.

Dick, William, College Wynd, XII. 144.

Dick, William, candlemaker, XVII. 130.

Dick, William, veterinary surgeon, XVII. 88.

Dickieson, John, lessee of South Loch, X. 200.

Dick Lauder. See Lauder.

Dick's Close, XII. 144.

Dicks of Braid, I. 92 ; arms of, IV. 72.

Dicks of Craighouse, I. 106.

Dicks of Fracafield, I. 106.

Dicks of Grange, III. 201 ; X. 17, 76, 159, 225-6.

Dicks of Prestonfield, XX. App. 29.

Dick-Cunynghams of Prestonfield, I. 106.

Dickson, Agnes, XII. 34. See Dicksone and Diksoun.

Dickson, Alexander, farmer, Restalrig, IV. 159, 160. 163, 166-8.

Dickson, Allan, burgess, XII. 62; XIV. 72; XV. 27.

Dickson, Andrew, candlemaker, XVII. 136.

Dickson, Andrew, golf-caddie, XVIII. 124.

Dickson, Charles, goldsmith, XII. 62, 79, 135.

Dickson, David, son of Allan, XII. 62.

David, professor, IV. 148 ; V. 77.

David, David, minister of St. Cuthbert's, XI. App. 17; XIV. 174; XVII. 118.

David, David (1796), minister of Canongate, XX. 21.

David, David, provost of Forfar, VI. 112.

David, Elizabeth, XII. 34, 149.

David, George, schoolmaster, VIII. 108.

David, Gilbert, XII. 62.

David, Helen, daughter of Hartree, sues Claude Hamilton of Garein for debt, XV. 84.

David, James, burgess, XII. 149.

David, James, seedsman, XIX. 171.

David, Janet, XII. 149.

David, John, of Hartree, XII. 12 ; XIV. 75. XV. 84.

David, John, of Kilbucho, XII. 12.

David, John, of Whitslade, XIV. 75.

David, John, of Whytelaw, XII. 12.

David, John, Ross herald, IX. 61.

David, John, covenanter, IV. 139, 140; VI. 147.

David, John, hanged at Castle Hill, IV. 142.

David, (Diksone), John, skinner, VI. 72.

David, John, candlemaker, XVII. 134-7.

David, John, and St. Ninian chaplainry, XIX. 92-3.

David, John, XII. 34.

David, Sir Robert, of Inveresk, XIV. App. 16.

David, Robert, advocate, VI. 110.

David, Sibella, XII. 34.

David, Thomas (1749), XII. 79.

David, Thomas, apothecary, XIII. 132.

David, Thomas, applies for admission to Candlemakers' Incorporation, XVII. 132 and n., 133, 134, 136.

David, Thomas, XII. 34.

David, Walter, purchases Redbraes, XIX. 171.

David, William, weaver, contract with town council, XVII. 56-8.

Dicksone, Thomas, warded, IV. 113-15, 117, 119, 121-2, 125-6, 128-9. See Dickson and Diksoun.

Dicksons of Winkstone, II. 143 ; XIV. 72.

Dickson's Close, I. 10 ; II. 2 ; XII. 34, 62, 79; XIV. 72, 174; XV. 101.

Dickson's Close, Cowgate, XII. 148, 149, 150 ; proposed entrance to St. Cecilia's Hall from, XIX. 229.

Dickson's Land, XII. 79.

Dickson's Wynd, III. 78a.

Dier, Master, XVI. 9, 14.

Digges, — , manager of Theatre Royal ; attempts to introduce masquerade, XIX. 63, 65 ; announces a ridotto, 65.

Diksoun, Thom., III. 7 9. See Dickson and Dicksone.

Dilks, Mrs., attempt to seize her outside sanctuary, XV. 89-90.

Din, John, servitor, XI. 56. See Dinn.

Dingwall, John, provost of Trinity College, XIX. 94.

Dingwall Castle, XV. 136; XVII. App. 16; XVIII. 35; XIX. 94.

‘Dingwallis hous,’ Kirk of Field, IV. 94.

Dinn, James, XI. 61. See Din.

Dinnand, Quinten, XII. 164, 167.

Directory, the first issued by Post Office, I. 150.

Directresses of the ‘Assembly,’ XIX. 42, 44-6, 49-50, 52-4, 76-8.

Dirleton, Lord, house of; his Doubts, I. 14, 111. See Nisbet, Sir John.

Dirleton, Lady, XV. 182.

Dirleton estate, I. 109, 110-12.

Dirleton's Land, XII. 42.

Dirty Club, III. 178.

Dishingflatt (or Dashingflatt), XV. App. 19.

Diurnal of Occurrents, X. 242 ; history of MS. of, XVI. Introd. x, xii, 3-6.

Diversorium, III. 146, 177.

Divinity, Chair of, endowment of, IV. 146, 149; V. 76.

Dixon's Close, XII. 79, 80.

Dobbie, Sir Joseph, XX. 61.

Dobbie, Thomas, etcher, III. 231 n.

Dobie, James, merchant, VIII. 119.

Dobie, Richard, XII. 135.

Dobie, Sir Robert of Stannyhill, XII. 135; XIII. 125.

Dobie, Thomas, XII. 135.

Dobie, William, warded, V. 119.

Dobie's Close, XII. 135.

Doby, William, X. 161.

Doddridge, Philip, VIII. 168 n.

Dodds, James, prior of Wigtown, III. 74.

Dods, Thomas, plumber, XIII. 72, 73.

Dods, William, executed, V. 110.

Doig, William, XI. 47, 51 ; XII. 195.

Doig, William Henry, XII. 141.

Dominic, founder of Black Friars, III. 13 n., 14; birth of, 17; under Rule of St. Augustine in Church of Osma, 17 ; mission to Denmark and Toulouse, 17 ; establishes house for women at Prouille, 17; Friar Preachers founded at Toulouse, 17-18; proceeds to Rome to get Pope's sanction, 18 ; Friar Preachers sanctioned by Innocent III. and Honorius 111., 19 ; adopts Rule of St. Augustine, 19 ; papal style of address, 19 n. ; Master-General of Order, 21 ; presides over Chapters General at Bologna, 21, 22; Master of Palace of the Vatican, 32 ; X. 104-5. See Black Friars, Friar Preachers.

Dominican muniments extant, III. 15; destruction of, 15-16.

Don, Sir Alexander, fifth Bart., III. 141.

Don, Lady, one of the last to keep private Sedan chair, IX. 217; XIX. 84.

Don, John, of Woodside, XII. 26.

Don, William, vintner, XII. 26.

Don Wauchopes, XIX. 149.

Donald, Robert, covenanter, XI. 61.

Donaldson, Alexander, printer and bookseller, XII. 54, 56.

Donaldson, Alexander, yr., founder of Edinburgh Advertiser, XII. 55.

Donaldson, Alexander, flesher, III. 94.

Donaldson, Andrew, mason, XIX. 102.

Donaldson, Christian, XII. 20.

Donaldson, James, founder of Donaldson's Hospital, XII. 55.

Donaldson, James, city treasurer, XVIII. 74.

Donaldson, James, S.S.C., XIV. 157.

Donaldson, James, Lord Perth's factor, XV. 86.

Donaldson, John, tailor, XIII. 110.

Donaldson, Nathaniel, owner of Gardeners' Hall, XX. 59.

Donaldson, Robert, W.S., XV. 91-2.

Donaldson, Thomas, warded, VIII. 116.

Donaldson, William, tailor, XIV. 36, 43.

Donaldson's drawing of Old Tolbooth, XIV. 20, 22.

Donaldson's Close, XII. 54, 56.

Donaldson's Hospital, II. 139, App. 5 ; XVIII. App. 35.

Don's Close, II. 154; XII. 26, 27, 45, 75, 113, 151, 153.

Dornado, James Boswell's, XVII. 85.

Dormond, Robert, master of Canongate School, XX. 4, 7.

Dormond, Robert, schoolmaster of Haddington, XX. 5.

Douce, Francis, IX. 89.

Dougal, Edward, XII. 36.

Dougal, James, XII. 30.

Dougal, John, XII. 30.

Dougald, John, VI. 148.

Dougall, David, VI. 148.

Dougall, James, cooper, XIII. 117.

Dougall, John, feuar, X. 217, 218 n., 220.

Dougall, Margaret, VIII. 49.

Dougal's Close, XII. 30.

Douglas, Arch., first Duke of, XI. 8 ; XV. App. 20.

Douglas, James, Marquis of (1684), IX. 126.

Douglas, James, Marquis of (1817), XX. 156.

Douglas, William, Earl of (1452), X. 20.

Douglas, Alexander, of Morton, XII. 160. See Dowglas.

Douglas, Alexander, prof. of Hebrew, VIII. 82.

Douglas, Andrew, macer, V. 148.

Douglas, Andrew, privy councillor, XII. 39.

Douglas, Archibald, Earl of Angus, ‘Bell-the-Cat,’ provost, II. 66; III. 53 ; IV. 62; IX. 5; provost, 10, 11, 16, 17; Queen Margaret quarrels with, 27; 28, 29, 32, 76; X. 62, 115; XI. 115; XV.App. 11.

Douglas, Sir Archibald, of Kilspindie, IX. 29-31, 72, 74; X. 42; XV. App. 11.

Douglas, Archibald, rector of Douglas, X. 41 and n.

Douglas, Archibald, of Glenbervie, X. 116.

Douglas, Archibald, servitor to Earl of Morton, XV. 39.

Douglas, Colonel (1684), VIII. 125, 150; accused of appropriating soldiers' pay, XVI. 135 ; scheme of military discipline, 132.

Douglas, Daniel (Dawney), tavem-keeper, III. 163; IV. 36, 37; XIV. 98.

Douglas, David, chirurgeon, XIII. 113, 143.

Douglas, Elisabeth, XII. 39.

Douglas, Francis Brown, lord provost, XX. App. 17.

Douglas, Gavin, Provost of St. Giles', III. 53, 209; IX. 6, 8, 9-12, 15, 24, 31-3, 56; X. 115-16.

Douglas, Gavin, son of above, IX. 10, 11, 12.

Douglas, George, brother of Earl of Angus, IX. 24.

Douglas, George, Earl of Ormond, III. 210.

Douglas, George, of Lochleven, XIX. 159.

Douglas, George, covenanter, XII. 190.

Douglas, Helenor, wife of William Touris, XX. 28.

Douglas, Sir Henry, of Longnewton, III. 2.

Douglas, Hugh, mason in the Dean, XVI. 165.

Douglas, James, of Cavers, VI. 126 ; XV. 110.

Douglas, James, second Earl of Drumlanrig, VIII. 88.

Douglas, James, of Spott, XVI. 27.

Douglas, James (1682), beheaded, VIII. 134.

Douglas, Lady Jane, II. 132-3 ; XI. 79.

Douglas, Jean, sister of the Sciennes, X. 127, 130, 135, 141, 142.

Douglas, Sir John, of Glenfinart, XVIII. App. 30.

Douglas, John, armourer, II. 169.

Douglas, John, burnt for witchcraft, IV. 133.

Douglas, John, baxter, XI. 58, 59, 60.

Douglas, John, owner of property in Hart's Close, XII. 39.

Douglas, John, surgeon, XIV. 142.

Douglas, John, tailor, XV. 12.

Douglas, John, writer (1770), XVII. 20.

Douglas, John, deputy-governor of Musical Society, XIX. 195.

Douglas, of Cavers, Lady, VIII. 139.

Douglas, Lady, of Glenbervie, X. 132.

Douglas, Margaret, cousin of Adam Smith, XIII. App. 16.

Douglas, Richard, advocate, III. 206 ; IX. 148.

Douglas, Sir Robert, of Glenbervie, XVIII. 172.

Douglas, Rev. Robert, grandson of George, of Lochleven, XIX. 159.

Douglas, Robert, leader of ‘Public Resolutioners,’ XVI. 47 ; preaches before Parliament, 60.

Douglas, Robert, brewer, XV. 184, 187, 188, 190, 197, 200.

Douglas, Sholto John (Lord Aberdour), afterwards seventeenth Earl of Morton, III. 194; XI. 56; XX. 121.

Douglas, Thomas, of Cavers, III. 206.

Douglas, Bailie Thomas, ornamental panel to his memory, IV. 73 n. ; VIII. 102 ; XX. 31.

Douglas, Thomas, transported, XII. 188.

Douglas, Douglas, Sir William, of Braidwood, X. 115.

Douglas, Sir William, of Cavers, III. 206.

Douglas, Sir William, of Dalkeith, III. 72.

Douglas, Sir William, first Earl of Drumlanrig, XVIII. 15.

Douglas, Sir William, of Kellhead, XI. App. 20 ; XIII. 136 and n. ; laird of Pilrig, XX. App. 20.

Douglas, Sir William, of Whittinghame, IV. 66.

Douglas, William, of Badds, VIII. 156.

Douglas, William, of Blaikorston, V. 134.

Douglas, William, of Bonnington Toll, XIX. 169.

Douglas, Captain William, VIII. 150.

Douglas, William, tailor, VIII. 211.

Douglas, William, engraver, IX. 99.

Douglas, William (1685), warded, XII. 184.

Douglas, William, treasurer of Musical Society, XIX. 57, 210, 212, 215, 216, 221, 225, 226, 231, 235; a director of the ‘Assembly,’ 88 ; compiles catalogue of music, 234 ; services to Musical Society, 237.

Douglas Heron & Co., bankers, XII. 93, 94, 95; XV. App. 12; XX. 56.

‘Douglas Cause,’ II. 133 ; XI. 79.

Douglas Hotel, St. Andrew Square, II. 155; XIV. 158; XV. App. 12.

Douglas Wearis, XVI. 23.

Douglas' Close, XII. 30.

Doul's Close, XII. 30.

Dounie, John, XVIII. 62. See Downie.

Dove, John, builder, XVIII. 172.

Dove (or Dow) Loan, X. 4, 207.

Dow Craig, IV. 86 ; XIV. 117 ; fortified, XVI. 18 ; XVIII. 35, 36. See also Dhu Craig.

‘Doway College,’ XIV. 73.

Dowcroft (Merchiston), X. 56, 193, 194.

Dowdeswell, Commissioner, resident in Fountainbridge ; reports on Jacobitism in Edinburgh; made burgess and guild brother; owns land in St. Leonard's, XX. 49.

Dowell, Simon, III. 95 ; XII. 30, 31. See Dowll.

Dowell's Close, XII. 30.

Dowglas, James, IV. 123. See Douglas.

Dowglas, Robert, IV. 120.

Dowhill, XX. 59.

Dowie's Tavern, XIV. 73.

Dowll, Walter, owner of Michael of Bristol, XV. 16. See Dowell.

Downes, James, tailor, XIII. 127.

Downie, John, XIX. 181. See Dounie.

Dow's Close, XII. 153.

Dragoons, Edinburgh Volunteer, and riding school, XX. 139, 141, 143.

Dramatic performances banned by town council and senatus, XI. 163; and by Kirk, 167.

Dranane, David, III. 92. See Drenan.

Dranin, John, XII. 164. See Drenan.

Draphan, George, in Lesmahago, II. 95.

Dredan, Agnes, VIII. 135, 136.

Dredan, William, VIII. 135, 136.

Dreghom, Lord. See Maclaurin, John.

Drenan, William, XII. 167. See Dranane.

Dress, female, XVI. 44.

Dron, Christian, VIII. 132.

Dronar, David, X. 74, 175, 176.

Drugs, poisonous, XVI. 113.

Drum, The, estate, X. 2; XIV. 82, 138 ; XX. App. 17 ; Market Cross removed to, 15, 32; Club visits, 31-2.

Drumcairn, Lord, John Murray, XVI. 164.

Drumdryan, Touris family and, II. 65 ; X. 5, 241 ; confirmation of charter of 1439 by John de Touris in favour of his son Nicol and heirs, XVIII. 151, 152 n., 156, 159, 168 ; boundaries, 169-71 ; acquired and improved by Patrick McDowall of Creichen, 169-70; Drumdryan House afterwards known as Leven Lodge, 170, 172-5 ; sold to Dundas of Fingask, afterwards property of Alexander, Earl of Leven, 171 ; boundaries and owners, 171-2 ; Drumdryan House built in 1774; lands and mansion bought by James Home Rigg, 172-4; proposed plans for building, 174.

Drumelzier, Lady, XIX. 42 ; directress of ‘Assembly,’ 89.

Drumlanrig, Sir William Douglas, first Earl of (1633), XVIII. 15.

Drumlanrig, James, second Earl of (1668), VIII. 88.

Drummond, Sir John, first Lord, IX. 6.

Drummond, Adam, anatomist, IV. 14 ; XV. 182.

Drummond, Alexander, brother of George Drummond, IV. 30, 32 n.

Drummond, Alexander, son of provost, IV. 33.

Drummond, Andrew, banker, II. 3.

Drummond, Archibald, son of provost, IV. 33, 53.

Drummond, Barbara, accused of witchcraft, V. 120, 123.

Drummond, Catherine, daughter of provost, IV. 33, 35.

Drummond, Drummond, Colin, son of provost, IV. 30, 33.

Drummond, David, treasurer, Bank of Scotland, II. 173.

Drummond, David, advocate, XI. 28.

Drummond, David (1685), XI. 68.

Drummond, Dorafie, VIII. 151.

Drummond, Dr., bishop of Brechin, XVI. 138.

Drummond, Duncan, son of provost, IV. 33, 35.

Drummond, Sir George (lord provost, 1683-5), IV. 36, 37; IX. 125; XVI. 120, 135, 138, 146, 155; knighted, 129; takes refuge in sanctuary, 144.

Drummond, George (1687-1766), six times lord provost; efforts on behalf of original North Bridge, I. 139 ; II. 7, 52, 169; founder of Infirmary, 9 ; leader of civic Whig party, 17-18; connection with Jacobites, 21 n., 23; III. 72; civic greatness, IV. 1, 2, 21, 53, 54; birth and ancestry, 2 ; work for Union with England, 3; excise official, 3; Protestant and Whig, 4, 5; commissioner of customs, 5 ; Allan Ramsay's lines on, 6 ; takes part in battle of Sheriffmuir, 7; city treasurer, 7, 10; Jacobite objection to, 7, 8 ; corresponds with Addison, 10 ; bailie, dean of guild, provost, 11; interest in medicine, 14; founds Infirmary, 14, 15, 16, 20, 31-4; bust by Nollekins, 16; active Presbyterian, 17; Wodrow and, 17-20; collision with Glasgow magistrates, 18, 19; attempt to oust from management of royal burghs fails, 20; marriages and domestic affairs, 20, 33, 34, 46; correspondence with ‘R. B.,’ 21-35; a religious diary, 21 ; trial of Captain Porteous and inquiry into riots, 22-5, 27 ; family, church, and public affairs, 25-31 ; advocates new constitution for the town, 28; turned out of Customs and appointed to Excise, 30, 31 ; comments on minister of Colinton, 32-3; resides in Anchor Close, 36-8 ; loyal to Government during 'Forty-five, 38-41 ; heads company of volunteers, 39; present at battle of Prestonpans, 41 ; married Quakeress, 41, 46; witness against Provost Stewart, 42; elected provost, 42, 43; city improvement scheme, 43-6 ; lays foundation-stone of Royal Exchange, 45; Drummond Lodge, 46-7 ; elected provost for fifth time, 48; re-election opposed, 48-9; lays foundation-stone of North Bridge, 49-50; ‘Claudero’ on, 51 ; food riots, 52-3 ; death and funeral, 53 ; services to city, 53-4; V. 82; XIII. 90; XIV. 98; proposes to build hospital for sick poor, XV. 141; interest in the work, 143-7, 154 and n. ; at opening of Infirmary, 152; his appeal for funds, 155; success of Infirmary largely due to his efibrts, 161-2; App. 11; XIX. 212; deputy governor of Musical Society; connection with building of St. Cecilia's Hall, 198-9, 224; appeals to Musical Society on behalf of Infirmary, 235, 236; XX. 116, 118.

Drummond, George, son of provost, IV. 33.

Drummond, George, bailie (1664), V. 121, 148, 149, 150, 155; XVI. 134, 144, 152; keeper of Tolbooth, 153, 156; XVII. 83.

Drummond, George, of Blair, IV. 2; XIV. 46; XVI. 155.

Drummond, George, minister, VIII. 132.

Drummond, George, member of Wig Club, III. 141.

Drummond, George, grandson of Walter of Cargill, IV. 2.

Drummond, James, relative of provost, IV. 23.

Drummond, James, son of provost, IV. 33.

Drummond, James, R.S.A., IV. 151 ; V. 64; XIV. 51 ; XV. 122; XVII. ll; XVIII. 10; XX. App. 12.

Drummond, James, merchant, XII., 53.

Drummond, James (1742), XII. 155.

Drummond, Janet, wife of James Brownhill, XII. 11.

Drummond, Jean (1684), warded, IX. 170; XI. 51.

Drummond, Jean, daughter of provost, IV. 33.

Drummond, John, Duke of Melfort, deputy-governor of Castle, XVI. 107.

Drummond, John, of Newton of Blair, father of second Lord Provost Drummond, IV. 2-3.

Drummond, John, town clerk, IV. 33 ; XVI. 134, 136, 146.

Drummond, John, cousin of provost, IV. 28, 31.

Drummond, John, escaped prisoner, V. 133.

Drummond, John, regent of Humanity, VIII. 82.

Drummond, John, prisoner in Castle, IX. 20.

Drummond, John, chairmaster, IX. 199, 200 ; banished for conveying a corpse through the streets, 201, 204.

Drummond, Margaret-Anne. See Forbes-Drummond and Walker-Drummond.

Drummond, Mrs. Marion, XII. 120.

Drummond, Mary, daughter of provost, IV. 33, 35.

Drummond, Mary, sister of lord provost, XII. 120 ; collects money for Infirmary, XV. 155.

Drummond, Robert, Jacobite printer, II. 14 n.

Drummond, Walter, of Cargill and Stobhall, IV. 2.

Drummond, William, of Hawthornden, poet, I. 106 ; IV. 37; X. 77; XIV. 99; XX. 44.

Drummond, William, of Newton of Blair, IV. 2; IX. 81, 82.

Drummond, William, captain of Edinburgh Castle, IX. 12.

Drummond Lodge, IV. 47, 53; IX. 210.

Drummond Place, origin of, IV. 47; and construction of railway, IV. 48, 54.

Drummond Street, tower of Flodden Wall at, II. 71, 74.

Drummond's Close, XII. 120.

Drummond's Land, Canongate, XX. 125.

Drummore, Lord, XIX. 49, 87 ; governor of Musical Society, 197; ‘funeral concert’ for, 198 ; painting of, 232.

Drumselch forest, boundaries of, X. 2; David I. hunts in, 2-3 and n. ; 56, 57, 154; XIV. 102; XVIII. 37.

Drumsheugh, I. 129; II. 132, 133, 146; IX. 210; XV. 170.

Drury, Sir William, III. 209 ; V. 63 ; VI. 7 ; XI. 7, 9; XII. 214; XIV. 68; marches army into Scotland, XVI. 9 ; summons Kirkaldy of Grange to surrender, 10; prepares for siege of Castle, 11 ; progress of attack, 11-12 ; Castle surrendered, 12 ; delivers Castle to James vI., 13 ; hands over prisoners to Regent, 13.

Dryburgh, Lady, XIII. 116.

Dryburgh, Neil, convener of the trades, Leith, XX. 63.

Dryden, Sir Hem'y, V. 26.

Dryden's version of The Tempest, XI. 164 and n., 166.

Drysdale, Sir Andrew, chaplain, V. 46, 56.

Drysdale, Rev. Dr. John, III. 152 ; XX. 19.

Drysdale, John, treasurer of Pantheon, I. 59.

Drysdale, John, baker in Canongate, XIV. 37, 43.

Drysdale, ‘John, hammerman, XIV. 36, 42.

Drysdale, Thomas, Islay herald, XVIII. 14.

Drysdale, William, W.S., XVIII. 92.

Drywood, John, IV. 126.

Duberie, lieut. to Captain Strelley, XVI. 11.

Duchall, laird of, IX. 163.

Duckat Yard, XV. 171, 172, 185, 188.

Ducking as a punishment, IV. 90.

Duddingston, Prince Charles at, II. 26; Highland army at, 38, 58; III. 88 ; lands of, 83, 89; Provost Drummond at, IV. 33 ; Cauvin's hospital, 175-6 ; monks of Kelso proprietors of lands of, X. 154, 155; XII. 231; XV. 65, 154, 170; Cauvin's house at, XVII. App. 8 ; XVIII. 184; XX. App. 30 ; church, 28-9 ; manor house of, 30.

Duddingston, Loch, X. 5, 153, 155 ; XV. 65 ; XVIII. 201, 205.

Dudgeon, John, candlemaker, XVII. 99.

Duell's Close, XII. 30.

Duff, Alexander, writer, XIII. 126, 133.

Duff, David, indweller in Leith, III. 103.

Duff, James, warded, XII. 207.

Duff, Thomas, ‘taylor,’ VI. 133.

Duff, of Cubine v. Creditors, XV. 86.

Duffus, Elspeth, XII. 178.

Duke's Walk, II. 25; XV. 66.

‘Dulse an' tangle,’ II. 190.

Duly, David, tailor, IV. 82.

Dumbar, James, VI. 141. See Dunbar.

Dumbar, Robert, XVI. 180, 190, 193, 194, 202, 206, 211.

Dumbarton, Earl of (1685), XI. 63.

Dumbiedykes, XV. 65.

Dumbreck, James, XII. 109.

Dumbreck, John, innkeeper, XII. 109 ; XIV. 130, 131 138, 146.

Dumbreck, John, coachmaker, XI. 85 n.

Dumbreck, Mrs., XII. 109 n.

Dumbreck, William, XII. 109 n.

Dumbreck, tavern, III. 158.

Dumfries, Earl of (1682), VIII. 128.

Dumfries, Earl of (1750), XIV. 57; governor of Musical Society (1755-61), XIX. 197. Dummo, John, skipper in Leith, XV. 17.

Dumont, Madame, XI. 169.

Dun, George, of Peilhill, VI. 154. See Durm.

Dun, James (1668), V. 143.

Dun, James, innkeeper, XIV. 137, 146.

Dun, James, wright in Portsburgh, XVIII. 172.

Dun's Hotel, XIV. 131, 138 ; XV. App. 13.

Dumbar, Cospatrick, Earl of, I. 80.

Dumbar, George, Earl of, keeper of Holyroodhouse and Park, XVIII. 185-6.

Dumbar, Patrick, ninth Earl of, III. 1.

Dumbar, Alexander, warded, V. 141 ; XI. 36, 62; XII. 159. See Dumbar.

Dumbar, Andrew, of Leuchold, XII. 19.

Dumbar, David, writer, XII. 99.

Dumbar, David, covenanter, XII. 157, 159, 193.

Dumbar, Captain E. Dunbar, XIX. 41.

Dumbar, Father, king's almoner, XVI. 157.

Dumbar, Gavin, archp. of Glasgow, III. 71; X1. 115, 119, 122.

Dumbar, Gavin, bishop of Aberdeen, IX. 6.

Dumbar, Master Gavin, IX. 15.

Dumbar, George, glover, XII. 19.

Dumbar, George, bailie, XII. 19.

Dumbar, Hew, of Knockshennoch, IX. 164.

Dumbar, Isobel, XII. 144.

Dumbar, James (1664), V. 117.

Dumbar, James, merchant, VI. 132.

Dumbar, James, Dingwall pursuivant, XVIII. 25.

Dumbar, John, of Avach, IV. 97.

Dumbar, John, glover, XII. 19, 20.

Dumbar, Margaret, sister of the Sciennes, X. 130, 135, 140.

Dumbar, Mrs., of Muirton, XIX. 41.

Dumbar, Robert, of Burgie, V. 141, 142; proposed expulsion from sanctuary, XV. 84.

Dumbar, Thomas, of Grange, V. 141, 142.

Dumbar, Sir William, M.P., III. 176.

Dumbar, William, W.S., III. 163, 165.

Dumbar, William, poet, X. 226.

Dunbar Street, XVIII. 178.

Dunbar's Close, Lawnmarket, I. 6; XII. 19, 20, 21, 53, 153; carved stones in, XIV. 86.

Dunbar's Close, Canongate, I. 12; XI. 10; XII. 99.

Dunblane, See of, reclamation of, III. 23 ; Adam Bellenden, bishop of, XX. 9. See Bellenden.

Duncan I., murdered by Macbeth, V. 3.

Duncan son of Malcolm III., V. 16.

Duncan Admiral (Viscount Camperdown), VII. App. 7 ; resides in George Square, XII. App. 19.

Duncan Dr. Andrew, his part in establishing lunatic asylum at Morningside, X. 208-210.

Duncan, Captain, of the Trinity House, Leith, XX. 63.

Duncan, Charles, goldsmith, treasurer of Society and Fraternity of Gardeners, XX. 57.

Duncan, Dr., secy. to Senatus, IV. 149.

Duncan, David, servitor, VI. 121.

Duncan, Elizabeth, wife of William Dick, second of Braid, XI. App. 15.

Duncan, George, of Bonnington, XIX. 182.

Duncan, Gilbert, mason, XII. 104, 105.

Duncan, (Donckane), James, VI. 114, 115; XI. 28, 32.

Duncan, James, farmer, XV. 172, 185, 188, 197.

Duncan, James, tailor to Anne of Denmark, buys Sir Lewis Craig's portion of Bonnington and Hillhousefield, XIX. 157.

Duncan, James, of Gorgie, XIX. 152.

Duncan, James, son of above, XIX. 157.

Duncan, Janet, V. 151.

Duncan, Jean, her school in Lady Lawson's Wynd, XVIII. 171.

Duncan, Margaret, VIII. 151.

Duncan, Peter, XIX. 157.

Duncan, Robert, Bonnington, XIX. 182.

Duncan, Robert, of Gourdhill, XIX. 158.

Duncan, Thomas, physician, III. 173.

Duncan, Thomas, R.S.A., IX. 111.

Duncan, Thomas (1668), V. 141.

Duncan, Thomas, boxmaster, Hammermen, VIII. 32, 75.

Duncan, Campbell's Close, XII. 39.

Duncan's Close, I. 13, 17 ; XII. 105 ; XIV. 127.

Duncan's Land, II. 131 n.

Duncanson (Duncison), Robert, minister, XI. 30, 48.

Duncombe, Sir Sanders, IX. 179-81.

Dundas of Castlecary, III. 154.

Dundas Lady, of Dundas, IX. 4.

Dundas of Eingask, II. 3.

Dundas of that Ilk, XVI. App. 11-15.

Dundas of Morton, III. 246.

Dundas of Newliston, XIII. 117.

Dundas Andrew and James, III. 78a.

Dundas Bailie, II. 32.

Dundas Elizabeth, wife of first Earl of Stair, III. 244 n.

Dundas Elizabeth, wife of William Cerser, XII. 112.

Dundas Euphame, XI. 49.

Dundas George, ‘late Balyie of Dundas,’ VIII. 153.

Dundas, Henry, first Viscount Melville, I. 145; III. 138, 141, 142, 143, 154, 173; XII. App. 5, resident in George Square, 20 ; XIII. App. 10 ; Melville monument, XV. 207-13 ; XVII. 18, 162, App. 12; XX. 115, 152, 157.

Dundas, Henry, third Viscount Melville, XIV. 155.

Dundas, James, of Dundas, III. 152, 153.

Dundas, James, advocate, III. 230.

Dundas, Sir John, of Newliston, III. 244 n., 249; XII. 14.

Dundas, John, advocate, III. 230.

Dundas, John, W.S., III. 165.

Dundas, John, town clerk, XIV. 152.

Dundas, Sir Laurence, II. 3; XV. App. 12; XVII. 173; XVIII. App. 6; XX. 115, 116.

Dundas, Captain Laurence, VI. 136.

Dundas, Margaret, wife of General Scott of Balcomie, III. 126.

Dundas, Martha, wife of Archibald Cockburn of Cockpen, XVII. 18.

Dundas, Mrs., of Arniston, XIX. 84 n.

Dundas, Patrick, of Priestmiln, XII. 26.

Dundas, Ralph, of that Ilk, VI. 141, 142 ; IX. 125, 126, 133, 138, 139; XII. 189, 190, 191.

Dundas, Robert, of Arniston (first) lord president, II. 16; XVII. 18.

Dundas, Robert, of Amiston (second) lord president, II. 16, 162; III. 126; an Infirmary manager, XV. 147 ; XIX. 225.

Dundas, Robert, of Arniston, chief baron of exchequer, I. 145 ; III. 151 ; XII. App. 20; removes carved stones from old Parliament House to Arniston, XIX. App. 17; XX. 146.

Dundas, Robert S., second Viscount Melville, XIV. 179 and n., 180; XX. 68, 144. See Melville.

Dundas, Thomas, of Fingask, buys Drumdryan House, XVIII. 171.

Dundas, Major Thomas, Cape Club, III. 162.

Dundas, Thomas, son of Bailie Dundas, II. 32.

Dundas, Walter, of Dundas, VI. 141.

Dundas, William, of Kincavell, IV. 126.

Dundas, William, advocate, III. 246, 247.

Dundas, William, lord clerk register, XVII. 167 ; XVIII. 95, 196.

Dundas Castle, XVI. App. 11-15.

Dundas' land, III. 81.

Dundee, Viscount. See Graham, John.

Dundee burgh seal, III. 5.

Dundonald, Lord (1675), his lodging, VI. 132. See also Cochrane.

Dundonald, Catherine, sixth Countess of, XIX. 52, 53, 91.

Dundrennan, Lord, Thomas Maitland, III. 134.

Dumfermline, Alexander Seton, Earl of, XVIII. 28, 185, 186.

Dumfermline, James, Lord, IX. 111.

Dumfermline, Lord (1689), XVI. 180, 181.

Dunfermline Abbey, Abbot of, III. 213; V. 9, 19, 20, 49, 58-9; royal place of sepulture, 33, 52, 59 ; shrine of St. Margaret in, 50 ; Bruce's grave in, 59.

Dunipace, Lady, XIII. 139.

Dunkeld, bishop of, his town palace, XI. 8; XII. 74, 146, 149; XIV. 83.

Dunkeld, dean of, III. 36 and n.

Dunkeld, Earl of, mansion of, XII. 117.

Dunlop of that Ilk, VIII. 157.

Dunlop Agnes, XX. 56.

Dunlop Alexander, warded, XII. 194.

Dunlop Alexander, advocate, XIII. 109.

Dunlop Bryce, IV. 127, 128.

Dunlop David, goldsmith, XIX. 19.

Dunlop James, of Houshill, VIII. 154.

Dunlop (Dunlap). James (1672), VI. 115.

Dunlop John, minister, Ratho, IV. 115.

Dunlop John, waiter, warded, VI. 117.

Dunlop John, yr., minister at Caldercleir, IV. 115.

Dunlop John (1749), XII. 30.

Dunlop Thomas, VI. 121.

Dunlop William, bailie, XIV. 161.

Dunlop William, of Seton Castle, XVII. 137.

Dunlop v. the Royal Bank and Christie (1799), XV. 67, 86.

Dunlop's Close, XII. 30.

Dunmore, Charles, first Earl of, XVI. 212.

Dunmore, John, fourth Earl of, III. 152 ; XX. 116.

Dunmore, Thomas, obelisk at Newhall to his memory, XIV. App. 23.

Dunn, James, warded, XI. 65. See Dun.

Dunn, John, hotel-keeper, XIX. 66 ; his Assembly Room, 76.

Dunn, John (1815), XX. 25.

Dunnet, Andrew, IV. 160.

Dunnottar Castle and the ‘Honours of Scotland,’ VIII. 205.

Dunsinnan, Lord. See Nairne, William

Dunsmure, James, physician, III. 134-5.

Dunsyre, Thomas, III. 28, 91 ; XII. 46.

Dunsyre, William, XII. 46.

Dunsyre's (Chalmers') Close, XII. 45, 46.

Dupplin, George Hay, Viscount, XVI. 48; XVIII. 14.

Durham, Sir Alexander, Lord Lyon, I. 38, 43 ; XVI. 56, 57, 60.

Durham, Alexander, of Duntervie, VIII. 156 ; XI. 62; XII. 158.

Durham, James, farmer, XV. 198.

Durham, Patrick, deacon of tailors, XV. 28. of Large, III. 127.

Durie, Andrew, abbot of Melrose, XII. 81 ; XV. 102.

Durie, Geo, abbot of Dunfermline, III. 213.

Durie, John, minister, XV. 35.

Durie, laird of, V. 59.

Durie, Lord. See Gibson, Sir Alexander

Durie's Close, XII. 70, 71 ; XIX. 43.

Dustyefute, hangman, IV. 94.

Dutchmen in Tolbooth, V. 131-2.

Dyce, William, B. A., IX. 107.

Dyer's Close, XII. 108 n., 137.

Dykes, James, candlemaker, XVII. 139.

Dykes, James, cordiner, XVIII. 104-5.

Dykes, Margaret, XII. 26.

Dykes, Mungo, of Kirkwood, VIII. 133, 141.

Dymfrie, Thome, III. 80.

Dysters' Close, XII. 137.