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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Eagle and Henderson's Nursery, antiquities at, XIV. 54, 79 ; XV. 116.

Ealing, Peter, in Kirkliston, IV. 116.

Earl of Argyle's Close, XII. 153.

Earl Grey St., originally called Wellington St., XVIII. 178.

‘Earthen Mound,’ XII. 224.

East Bailie Fyfe's Close, XII. 44.

East Bull's Close, XII. 151.

East Campbell's Close, XII. 139, 141.

East Coates, XII. 23; XIV. 88.

East Common Close, XI. 90.

East Fleshmarket Close, XII. 36.

East House, Morningside, X. 208, 210.

East India Club, XIX. 84 n.

East Jack's Close, XII. 97.

East Kirk, XVI. 64, 65, 67, 68, 71. See also St. Giles'.

East Lochend's Close, XII. 101.

East or Nether Bow, XII. 50.

East Shoemakers' Close, XII. 97.

East Yard (Blackfriars), II. 71.

Eastbank, Lord. See Nisbet, Sir Patrick.

Easter Burgh Muir, I. 33; X. 84, 96, 191 ; feuing of, 192, 211-226.

Easter Dalry, XX. 29, 35.

Easter Hailes, IV. 29, 30, and n., 32, 37, 46.

Easter Morningside, X. 193, 198-9.

Easter Restalrig, IV. 186.

Easter Warriston, XX. 52.

Easton, James, merchant, XII. 136. See Eistoune.

Easton, John (1675), VI. 128.

Easton, John, maltman, XIII. 96.

Easton, John, writer, XIII. 97.

Easton, Robert, XI. 33.

Easton's Land, XII. 136.

Easy Club, III. 177.

Echo rock, XVI. 96.

Eckford (Ackfoord), William, smith, V. 150.

Edenbourg, Plan de la Ville, d', XII. 217.

Edenburgum Scotiae Metropolis, XII. 215.

Edenburgum vulgo Edenburg, XII. 215.

Edgar, Queen Margaret's son, V. 10, 18, 38.

Edgar, Captain, III. 139.

Edgar, David (1673), VI. 117.

Edgar, David, servant to H.M. cashkeeper, VIII. 128.

Edgar, James, collector of customs, III. 152, 153 ; a director of the ‘Assembly,’ XIX. 88.

Edgar, John, treasurer for Parliament House, XIII. 53, 57, 58, 72, 76.

Edgar, John, vintner, XIII. 110.

Edgar, Nicholas, XIX. 182.

Edgar, Patrick, XIV. 57.

Edgar, Thomas, writer, XIII. 98.

Edgar, William, merits of his Plan of Edinburgh, XII. 209-10.

Edinburgh, Duke of, XIV. App. 10.

Edinburgh at the Time of the Occupation by Prince Charles — Flodden Wall and ports, II. 1; High St. and its inhabitants, 2; taverns and inns, 2-3; connection of gentry with trade and medicine, 3-4; Whigs and Jacobites, 4-5; drinking customs, 5-6; civil and military govt., 6; institutions and charities, 7-9; water supply, 10; amusements; fine arts, 11; churches, 12-13; banking and industry, 13; bookselling and newspapers, 13-14; horse-racing and golf, 15; law and military, 16-17; Provost Drummond's services; Prince Charles lands; Hanoverian troops, 18; Prince's march on, 19, 20; defensive measures, 20-2; Provost Stewart's conduct, 20-3; regiment raised, 22 ; deputations to Prince ; Lochiel forcibly enters, 24; Prince at Holyrood, 25, 56-8; his proclamation, 25; Prestonpans, 27-8; incidents of fight, 28, 29; Prince's magnanimity, 31, 33 ; prisoners brought to Canongate, 32 ; Prince's army returns to city, 33, 38; discipline of clans, 33, 35, 37, 38; cultured officers, 34, 35; begging nuisance, 37, 38 ; camp at Duddingston, 38, 58; Highland forces exaggerated, 39; Highland dress, 39, 40; requisitions and supplies, 40-3; trade during occupation; quaint advertisements, 43-5; incidents of blockade, 46-8; proposal to coin money, 48; behaviour of citizens, 51, 53; Presbyerian ministers and Prince; city strongly Jacobite after Culloden, 53-5 ; impressment of surgeons, 56; fidelity of Highlanders, 59, 60.

Edinburgh : Unclean state of, in eighteenth century, IV. 11-13 ; medical science at that period, 13; jurisdiction over Glasgow, 18, 19; magisterial condemnation, 24, 25, 27 ; during 'Forty-five, 38-41; architectural improvement, 43, 52; Royal Exchange and Parliament Square, 44-6; city extension, 48; North Bridge, 49; food riots, 52-3; Bartholomew Somervell's bequest to ‘hospitall’ of, 145.

Edinburgh : Insanitary, VIII. 163-4 ; John Wesley preaches in, 166-7.

Edinburgh : Disturbances in town, IX. 18-21, 25 ; Earl of Arran as provost, 24 ; carrying of weapons forbidden, 25-6 ; epidemics, 22, 26, 27 ; citizens to be indoors after nine o'clock, 26; at loggerheads with Arran, 27, 29; ‘Cleanse the Causeway,’ 21, 27, 29-33; dispute as to election of provost, 33; fears of English attempt to capture city, 34; precautions, 35-6; commissariat regulations, 40-1; price of mutton, ale, hay, etc., 42 ; transport, 42-3 ; citizens complaint against French, 43-4; negotiations with Middelburg as to Staple, 52-3; diificulties of traders, 55-6; piratical doings of Robert Barton, 56-9; magistrates and plundering of ships, 63-6; record of, in art of engraving, 79-113; Sedan chair in, 177; hackney coaches first used, 184 ; hiring charges, 186, 188-90, 195 ; shopkeepers complain of Sedan chair stances being prejudicial to trade, 193-4 ; regulations by town council, 194-5; chairmasters and men formed into a society, 196-7; men's grievances, 197-8; chairmaster and porter charged with conveying corpse through streets, 198-200; further complaints by shopkeepers, 203; list of chairmasters, etc. (1752), 204; regulations revised, 205-8; new scale of fares, 209-11, 213 ; regulations again revised, 224-5, 229-31; stance at Canonmills, 231.

Edinburgh : Earliest known reference to, as royal burgh, X. 4.

Edinburgh : In mid-eighteenth century, map showing places of interest, with notes, XI. 1-19; exhibition of maps and plans of, App. 4; before Flodden, 21.

Edinburgh : Maps of (1544-1851), XII. 209-47; plan of city (1544), 214; sketch of siege of castle (1573), 214; plan (1763) showing roads leading to, 219.

Edinburgh : Owners of property (1635) in, XIII. 93-145.

Edinburgh : Domestic affairs (1554-89), XV. 1-53 ; varied activities of town council, 2-4, 10-11, 43-50; fines for breaches of regulations, 3; building of New Tolbooth, 3, 23; expenditure on gaol, etc., 3-4; duties of executioner, 4, 7; hospitality of council, 4; trade with Continent, 4-5, 15-20 ; scheme for linking up Nor' Loch with sea, 5; Newhaven harbour gifted by James IV., 5; Reformation brings new responsibilities, 5, 6, 31-8 ; provision for poor, 6 ; town life as reflected in the records, 7-8; obtaining a right of way, 7; street cleansing, 7, 12, App. 17-19; administration of justice, 9; market and prices, 10; troublesome bakers, 10-11 ; tenants of booths, 7, 13 ; harbour dues, 17; payment of customs, 18, 31; prices for Bordeaux wine fixed, 19; foreigners settle in city, 20-1 ; freedom of city and its responsibilities, 21-6; gifts of burgess-ship, 24; apothecaries' shops closed, 24; burgess' fee, 25; collection of taxes, 26-31 ; houses and their plenishing, 26; Common Good, 30 ; treasure taken from St. Giles', 32 ; kirk lands and revenues, 32 ; stipends, 35-7; execution of papists, 37; poor administration, 38-43; plague, 43; crimes and punishments, 43-50; list of men of military age, 51-2 ; treatment of sick poor in early eighteenth century, 138-9.

Edinburgh : Craftsmen seize wheat supply, XVI. 4; poverty and want, 5, 21; Robin Hood and Little John, 5; Journal of siege of Castle (1573), 9-14; opposition to Queen Mary; warlike preparations (1571); footbands, 19; famine, 24; Queen's faction pressed by Mar, 24-5; Regent Morton and merchants, 25; two local poets ; French ambassadors ; plague, 26; merchants and Spain, 27 ; Monday market, 27-8; ears nailed to Tron, 33; Cromwell arrives; soldiers scourged, 35; robberies, 37 ; General Lambert and magistrates, 37 ; inhabitants to hang out lanterns ; closes to be cleansed, 38; lighting, 39; wells dried up, 39, 41; Monck's entry, 40; cheap food; full harvest, 41 ; Quakers in, 42 ; celebration of communion, 43 ; cess for cleansing town, 43 ; pride and poverty, 44 ; fall of scaffolding in kirk ; excessive taxation, 45; list of public burdens, 46 ; wine and ale, 47 ; soldiers whipped, 47 ; gipsies scourged, 48 ; increasing taxation; fast for Cromwell, 50 ; fast for his son, 51 ; wine tax, 52 ; proclaiming of Parliament (1660), 56; Honours of Scotland, 58 ; rejoicings for queen of Charles II., 61 ; Huntly rides through street, 62; bishop feasted, 64 ; town divided into six parishes; Christmas Day in, 64; time of plenty, 65; lion brought to, 66; Ascension Day observed; thanksgiving for Charles H., 66; robberies, 69; Gunpowder Plot commemorated; booths searched; apprentices cause disturbance, 71 ; rejoicings over naval victory (1666), 74, 75; Gowrie conspiracy; merchants and craftsmen, 75; town's charter (1636), 80 ; bishopric of Orkney, 87 ; uproar by tradesmen, 94-100; Canongate acquired, 100; debt contracted by town for Lords of Session, 102 ; gazettes and news letters censored by bishop, 104 ; imposition on ale, 109, 157; Haltoun's action anent provostship; slate replaces thatched roofs, 109; Lord Erroll's right to sit as criminal judge, 110; Town Guard, 114; silk weavers; fines for non-churchgoing, 119; free elections; non-churchgoing burgesses, 121; search for disaffected persons, 135; tumults over Popish worship, 149, 171; Byres of Coates's action, 154-6; Lords of Session declarator, 156; contract between town and Court of Session; excise and imposition, 159; house-maill for archbishop, 165; thanksgiving for ‘Old Pretender,’ 166; search for field preachers, 167 ; fires, 4, 5, 52. See also Castle, Canongate, Cross, Edenbourg, Edenburgum, Holyrood, Netherbow, St. Giles', West Port.

Edinburgh Amphitheatre, XVIII. App. 12.

Edinburgh ; or the Ancient Royalty, poem by Sir Alexander Boswell, XIX. 54.

Edinburgh Angling Club, IX. 102.

Edinburgh Burgess Golfing Society, X. 244-5, 248, 251.

Edinburgh Company of Players at Tailors' Hall, XI. 164-7, 170.

Edinburgh Directory, Anderson and Hunter's, XII. 235.

Edinburgh Friendly Society against Fire, XVIII. 137.

Edinburgh Gazetteer, XIX. 140.

Edinburgh Literary Journal, XII. App. 9.

Edinburgh Magazine, III. 234; IV. 55, 67.

Edinburgh Medical Essays, II. 12 n.

Edinburgh Edinburgh militia, II. 106.

Edinburgh and Northern Railway Coy., XIV. 179.

Edinburgh Presbytery, XV. 152.

Edinburgh Review, III. 116; XIV. 96.

Edinburgh Street, XII. 228.

Edinburgh Sugar House Coy., XII. 117; XIV. 4.

Edinburgh Victorian, lectures by Sir James Balfour Paul on, XIV. App. 9-14.

Edington, James, farmer, XV. 195.

Edington, John, Burlaw bailie, XV. 171, 172, 176, 184, 187-9, 190, 193-5; 197, 200, 205; XIX. 101, 128.

Edline, Baron, and Lord Provost Drummond, IV. 31; his mansion in Fountainbridge, XX. 41.

Edmistone, Allison, IV. 123. See Edmonston.

Edmistone, Patrick, IV. 123.

Edmistoune, Margrat, IV. 123.

Edmond, John (1684), warded, IX. 121, 123.

Edmond, John, freeman in Calton, XIX. 123.

Edmond, Thomas, doctor in Canongate School, XX. 17.

Edmonston, Lord, John Wauchope, XI. 39.

Edmonston, Archibald, of Duntreath, VIII. 108, 1 18. See Edmistone.

Edmonston, Gilbert, XIX. 144 n., 149, 150.

Edmonston, James, of Woolmet, IV. 123, 124, 142 ; XX. App. 33.

Edmonston, James, tailor, XIII. 111.

Education Act of 1496, XI. 101.

Edward I. removes Black Rood to Berwick, V. 21 ; certain Scots swear allegiance to him, 22 ; Scottish nobility and clergy take oath of allegiance to, 33.

Edward II. and Queen Margaret, marriage of, III. 37.

Edward III., his treatment of Black Friars of Berwick, III. 35 ; restores Black Rood to Scotland, V. 22 ; orders rebuilding of Castle fortifications, 40; VI. 2.

Edward IV., III. 47.

Edward VII., III. 242 ; lays foundation stone of new Infirmary, V. 91.

Edward Prince, Queen Margaret's son, V. 17.

Edward, Elizabeth, wife of Alexander Ellis (Eleis), I. 85; III. 197. See Udward.

Edward, Hope's Close, XII. 9, 10.

Edward, James (1684), IX. 140, 143, 144.

Edward, (Uddert, Udward), Nicol, provost, his house in Niddry's Wynd, I. 85 ; III. 197; VI. 90; X. 159 n., 160 n., 186 ; his property in Science, 164 ; 212 n., 213, 214 n., 219 n.; XIII. 126 and n., 140, 142; XV. 100; XVI. xxvi, 5.

Edwardson, George, III. 94.

‘Edwinesburch,’ III. 207. See Edinburgh.

Eeles, Francis C., The Holyrood Ordinale, transcribed and edited by, VII. 1-221.

Eglinton, Alexander, sixth Earl of, XVIII. 15.

Eglinton, Alexander, ninth Earl of, town house of, I. 8.

Eglinton, Alexander, tenth Earl of, XX. 116.

Eglinton, Lady Anne Gordon, ninth Countess of, IX. 185.

Eglinton, Archibald, eleventh Earl of, I. 144; member of Wig Club, III. 141; XII. 36.

Eglinton, Hugh, first Earl of, IX. 29.

Eglinton, Hugh, seventh Earl of, V. 117.

Eglinton, Susanna, Countess of, I. 8, 11; II. 68; IX. 192, 201, 221 ; XI. 79; XIV. 100; XIX. 71.

Egypt, Little, X. 89, 90, 186.

Egyptians. See Gipsies.

Eildon Street, XX. App. 21.

Eistoune, Bartholomew, II. 95. See Easton.

Elar, Jodak, IX. 66.

Elchies, Lord, XIV. App. 16. See also Grant, Patrick.

Elcho, Lord, at Prestonpans, II. 30; at Prince's court at Holyrood, 57.

Elder, Francis, skinner, VI. 64, 90.

Elder, John, skinner, VI. 88.

Elder, Margaret, VI. 91, 104.

Elder, Robert, in Kintyre, IX. 141, 165.

Elder, Robert, messenger, XX. 7.

Elder, Thomas, of Forneth, lord provost, I. 143; builds house in Princes Street, 144; IX. 218; XII. 226.

Elder, Thomas, complains against a. ‘doctour’ of Canongate School, XX. 7.

Elder, William, engraver, IX. 80.

Eldin, Lord. See Clerk, John.

Eleis. See Ellis.

Elias, Abbot of Holyrood, IV. 193.

Elibank, Lord, III. 141, 152, 153 ; XII. 7.

Elibank, Lady, IV. 124.

Elizabeth, Queen, ‘as just and merciful as Nero, and as good a Christian as Mahomet,’ VIII. 192; XVI. 9, 10.

Elizafield, XIX. 179.

Ellem, Sir James, XIV. 115.

Elliock, Lord. See Veitch, James

Elliot, Captain, III. 154.

Elliot, Charles, bookseller, XII. 222; XIX. 70.

Elliot, Cornelius, Clerk to H.M. Signet, XII. 53.

Elliot, Gavin, XI. 38.

Elliot, George, X. 238.

Elliot, George S., III. 172.

Elliot, Sir Gilbert (Lord Minto), scheme of city improvement, IV. 44; VIII. 168 n.; XII. 142; XIV. App. 21 ; XV. 147; XIX. 88.

Elliot, Sir Gilbert, third bart. of Minto, XIX. 49.

Elliot, Sir Gilbert, of Stobs, XV. 122.

Elliot, James, maltman, X. 238.

Elliot, Jean, songstress, IX. 217 ; XVII. App. 11.

Elliot, Jean, of Wolflee, XIX. 165.

Elliot, Lady, of Minto (1746), XIX. 50; a directress of the dancing Assembly, 90.

Elliot, Misses, milliners, II. 2.

Elliot, Robert, covenanter, XI. 61 ; XII. 162.

Elliot, Robert, deacon, XVI. 82, 85.

Elliot, William, XIX. 56, 57.

Elliot's Close and Court, XII. 53.

Elliots, Border, and Old Tolbooth, IV. 95.

Ellis of Elliston, III. 196.

Ellis of Southside, III. 196.

Ellis Adam Gib, his antiquarian collection, II. 234; XIV. 54, 62, 68, 80.

Ellis (Eleis), Alexander, merchant, I. 85; XIII. 110.

Ellis (Eleis) Alexander, of Mortonhall, III. 197, 198; X. 212 n., 213; XVI. Introd. xxvi.

Ellis Alexander, of Newington, X. 212 n., 214 n., 219 11..

Ellis Alexander, father of Patrick, III. 197.

Ellis Christopher, watchmaker, XIX. 19.

Ellis Daniel, III. 115.

Ellis (Eleis), Isobel, wife of John Lauder, merchant, I. 85 ; III. 197-8 ; X. 212 n., 213, 219 n.

Ellis James, of Stenhopemills, I. 113; III. 199.

Ellis James (1635), XIII. 114, 134.

Ellis John, XIII. 145.

Ellis (Eleis), Patrick, of Stenhopemills, I. 85 ; III. 195, 196-7 ; XIII. 107 ; XVII. App. 22.

Ellis Samuel, XIII. 107.

Elmslie, Rev. Peter, III. 113.

Elphingston, David, of Calderhall, IV. 131.

Elphinstone, Lord, member of Wig Club, III. 141.

Elphinstone, Lady, XIX. 53 ; directress of the ‘Assembly,’ 91.

Elphinstone, Henry, in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Elphinstone, Sir James, of Logie, XVIII. 64.

Elphinstone, James, of Restalrig, IV. 159, 160.

Elphinstone, James, writer, XVIII. 64, 65.

Elphinstone, Sir John, of Logic, XVIII. 64.

Elphinstone, John, bailie of Calton, XVIII. 64.

Elphinstone, John, bailie of Restalrig, XVIII. 46.

Elphinstone, Hon. J., engineer, III. 238 n.

Elphinstone, J. D. B. Fullerton, XIV. App. 16.

Elphinstone, Hon. Mountstuart, III. 118, 130.

Elphinstone, Robert H., captain, Company of Gentlemen Golfers, XVIII. 7.

Elphinstone, Hon. William, XIV. App. 16.

Elphinstone, William, bishop of Aberdeen, VII. xix, xxvi; IX. 8, 10; X. 168; XI. 105.

Elphinstone, William, burgess, III. 96 ; feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 74.

Elphinstone family, mansion of, I. 19; XI. 8.

Elphinstone Court, XII. 84.

Elphinstone's land, III. 82.

Elsinie, James, XVIII. 123.

Emigrant, an Eclogue, by Hon. Henry Erskine, XII. App. 7.

Empson, William, III. 130.

Encyclopoedia Britannica, Andrew Bell co-founder of, XVIII. 158 ; first printed in Fountainbridge, XX. 53.

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

Engravers, in Edinburgh, IX. 79-113; Canongate, XIX. 30.

Enslie, Marie, IV. 137. See Ainslie.

Episcopal chapel, Blackfriars Wynd, II. 13 ; in Carrubber's Close, 172.

Episcopal training college at Dalry House, XX. 45.

Erington, Captain, master of ordnance, XVI. 9, 14.

Erroll, Earl of (1681), XVI. 110, 166; claim to judge criminal causes, 143.

Erroll, James, thirteenth Earl of, XX. 116, 117.

Erroll, William, tenth Earl of, Lord Great Constable, XVIII. 14, 15, 20.

Erroll, Lady (1685), XVI. 146.

Erroll, Countess of (1750), XIX. 72.

Erskine, Agnes, XII. 50.

Erskine, (Areskine), Sir Alexander, second bart. of Cambo, Lyon King of Arms, XII. 49; his coronation ceremony (1681), XVIII. 11, 24-8 and n.

Erskine, Hon. Andrew, III. 153.

Erskine, Ann, XII. 50.

Erskine, Sir Charles, of Cambo, Lord Lyon, XVI. 67; XVIII. 11, 24, 28.

Erskine, Sir Charles, eighth Bt., of Cambo, XVIII. 29.

Erskine, Charles, Lord Tinwald, lord justice-clerk, XV. 147 ; XX. 42.

Erskine, David, of Cambo, XII. 50 ; XVIII. 28.

Erskine, David, of Dun, XV. 147.

Erskine, Euphame. See Auchinleck, Lady.

Erskine, Sir George, Lord Innerteil, XIII. 99.

Erskine, Hon. Henry, III. 165, 222; career and personality, XII. App. 4-10, 20; XV. 67-9 ; birthplace, 109 ; shareholder in ‘George's Square Assembly Rooms,’ XIX. 83.

Erskine, Henry, covenanter, VIII. 129.

Erskine, James, Lord Grange, II. 147 ; XV. 101.

Erskine, James, Lord Barjarg, VIII. I81 ; XI. App. 16; XIV. 46; a director of the ‘Assembly,’ XIX. 59, 88.

Erskine, Jean, wife of William Kirkpatrick of Allisland, XX. 42.

Erskine, John, Lord, guardian of James V., IX. 14, 36.

Erskine, John, fourth bart., of Cambo, XVIII. 29.

Erskine, Dr. John, of Old Greyfriars, V. 179 ; his controversy with Wesley, VIII. 162, 175-80; interview with Wesley, 179; XVIII. 158.

Erskine, Lord, son of Earl of Mar (1617), XVIII. 120.

Erskine, (or Hare), Mary, provides money for support of sick poor, XV. 140.

Erskine, Penelope, XII. 50.

Erskine, Robert, tenant of cordiners, XVIII. 123.

Erskine, Thomas Alexander, sixth Earl of Kellie, XIX. 198.

Erskine, Thomas, ninth Earl of Kellie, II. 172.

Erskine, Thomas, Lord Chancellor, XII. App. 6 ; XV. 109.

Erskine, Thomas, of Haltoun, secretary to James V., XI. 119.

Erskine, Sir William, fifth bart., of Cambo, II. 172; XVIII. 29.

Erskine, Sir William, member of Wig Club., III. 139, 141, 162.

Erskine, William, Lord Kinnedder, III. 113 ; XII. App. 11.

Eskgrove, Lord. See Rae, Sir David.

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

Esplene, John, XIV. 36, 42.

Esplin, James, Marchmont herald, XVIII. 14.

Estates, Committee of, I. 31 ; Council of, XVI. 50, 51, 62.

Este, Thomas, theatrical manager at Tailors' Hall, XI. 168, 169, 170.

Etching, Scottish school of, IX. 86.

Ettrick Forest, part of Queen Margaret's dowry, III. 51.

Evans, W. G., architect, XVII. 173 n.

Evanson, Evan, XX. App. 22.

Eviot, James, XIV. 36.

Ewart, John, Kirkcudbright, V. 109.

Ewart, Peter, VI. 92.

Ewart, Robert, servitor, II. 96, 107.

Ewbank, J., his drawings of Old Edinburgh, IX. 95.

Ewin, Allan, VIII. 139.

Ewing, John, merchant, XII. 73.

Ewing, John, factor, XII. 167, 170.

Ewing, (Ewin), Sir Robert, VI. 82, 87.

Ewing, Walter, W.S., XII. 47.

Exchange Close, XII. 66.

Exchange Coffee-House, II. 155; XX. 137.

Exchange Royal, XI. 8; XII. 218; XIV. 20.

Exchequer, Court of, III. 229, 235; IV. 148; rooms in the Parliament House, XIII. 2-4, 23; XIV. 151 ; XX. 40, 41, 48, 51, 116, 127, 148 ; barons of, 35, 115, 150, 151, 153-5; reports of, 145.

Exchequer, meetings at priory of Black Friars, III., 45, 47, 51, 59.

Excise Ofice, IV. 3, 47 ; V. 177, 184 ; XI. 8; XII. 113, 137; in Drummond Place, 237; XV. 126, App. 19; XVI. 133; XVII. 69, 155, 156, 173.

Executions delayed, IV. 114-7, 119, 121, 122, 125, 126, 128, 129.

Executions in Edinburgh, V. 100, 107, 108, 110, 112, 116, 124, 126-7, 134. See Penalties.

Extentors, XV. 27-8.

Eyre (or Ayre or Eayr), James, brewer, Canonmills, XII. 140.

Eyre House, XII. 140 n., 240.