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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

F

Faa, John, hanged at Burgh Muir, IV. 110; X. 89, 91, 92; XVI. 48.

Facers Club, III. 177.

Faden and Jeffrey's map, XVIII. 167.

Faed, James, engraver, IX. 113.

Faed, John, IX. 111.

Faed, Thomas, painter, IX. 101, 113.

Fairbaim, George, locksmith, VIII. 120. See Flaburne.

Fairbaim, John, bookseller, XII. 236.

Fairden's Close, XII. 13 ; XIV. 75.

Fairfull, Archbishop, XVI. 68, App. 16.

Fairholm, Adam, of Greenhill, X. 30, 194, 196, 197, 247, 248; XII. 57.

Fairholm, George, of Greenhill, X. 197; XVIII. 172, 173.

Fairholm, Thomas, of Pilton, XII. 32, 57.

Fairholm's Close, XII. 57.

Fairholm's ‘land,’ IV. 46.

Fairlaw, Agnes, of Fallow Hall, wife of Sir Robert Lauder of the Bass, X. 116.

Fairley, John A., The Pantheon : An Old Edinburgh Debating Society, I. 47-75; III. 173 n.; The Old Tolbooth : With Extracts from the Original Records, IV. 75-144; V. 95-155 ; VI. 107-57 ; VIII. 101-58; IX. 115-76; XI. 21-73; XII. 157-208.

Fairley, Mungo, merchant, XV. 46.

Fairley's Entry, XII. 74, 75.

Fairlie, Alexander of Braid, X. 55; XI. App. 14.

Fairlie, Alexander (1635), XIII. 115.

Fairlie, Clement, XII. 133.

Fairlie, James, minister of Greyfriars, XIII. 30, 37, 39, 99 and n., 103.

Fairlie, James (1567). XV. 34.

Fairlie, John, of Braid and Bruntsfield, III. 201 ; X. 23-4; XV. App. 24.

Fairlie, John, of Colmanstoun, IV. 71.

Fairlie, John, town officer, XIII. 120, 124.

Fairlie, Robert, laird of Braid (1585), X. 186, 189, 191.

Fairlie, Sir Robert, of Braid, V. 98 ; XI. App. 14; XIII. 97.

Fairlie, Thomas, yr., of Colmanstoun, IV. 71.

Fairlie, William, of Bruntsfield (1662), V. 98.

Fairlie, William, of Buntsfield (1695), III. 201 ; VIII. 158; IX. 133, 150, 153; X, 23-27 and n.; prisoner in Tolbooth, XI. 34; XIII. 103, 106.

Fairlie's Close and Entry, XII. 133.

Fairmilehead, X. 173.

Fairnlie's land, III. 79.

Faithome, William, engraver, IX. 79.

Fala, John, cordiner, VI. 138.

Falaw, Christian, IV. 94.

Falcon, John, XII. 64.

Fergusson, Sir James, Lord Kilkerran, XII. 64; XVII. App. 9.

Fergusson, James, of Lochend, XII. 101, 102.

Fergusson, Lady Jean, XIX. 52; directress of the ‘Assembly,’ 90.

Fergusson, Robert, poet, I. 12, 49, 50, 54 ; verses debated at Pantheon, 53; II. 86, 182, 190, 191, 195, 199, 216; member of Cape Club, 149-50, 160 ; on street traders, 180 ; his ‘Caller Oysters,’ 186 ; III. 159, 230; and Town Guard, IV. 112 ; on chairmen, IX. 223 ; Dr. Andrew Duncan and, X. 208 ; his tombstone, XII. 119; XIV. 100; XX. App. 9.

Fergusson, Sir William, surgeon, XIV. 158.

Feries, David, covenanter, VIII. 117. See Ferris.

Ferlie's Close, XII. 133.

Ferme, Elizabeth, V. 139.

Ferrier, James, farmer, Grange, XIV. 143.

Ferrier, Robert, Bristo Port, XIV. 142, 143, 144.

Ferrier, Susan, novelist, XI. App. 18.

Ferrie's Close, XII. 125.

Ferris, — , Mr. Cumming's assistant at Canongate School, XX. 25. See Feries.

Ferry Road, I. 131 ; XX. App. 21, 22.

Ferry Street, XII. 229.

Fethie, Henry, cordiner, XIV. 44 ; XVIII. 115 ; assaulted and robbed, 119. See Fithie.

Fettes, John, shoemaker in Leith St., and session-clerk, procures a fraudulent certificate of residence for Harriet Westbrook, XI. 79.

Fettes, Sir William, lord provost, III. 168, 172.

Fiddes, Thomas, herd, XV. 194.

Field, — , III. 174. See Feild.

Fife, Earl of, his mansion in Potterrow, XI. 8.

Figgate Burn, X. 153 n.

Figgate Whins, II. 190; IV. 185; XVIII. 33.

Findguid, James, his land, III. 82, 89.

Findlay, Alexander, covenanter, II. 95. See Finlay and Finley.

Findlay, James, covenanter, II. 99.

Fingal, VIII. 200.

Finlay, Alexander, warded, VI. 133. See Findlay and Finley.

Finlay, James, of Walliford, II. 133, 138.

Finlay, James, member of Burlaw Court, XII. 11; XV. 176, 184.

Finlay, James, writer, XIV. 166.

Finlay, James, tenant in Coates, XX. 51.

Finlay, John, covenanter, VI. 128; VIII. 138, 140.

Finlay, Marion, V. 139.

Finlay, Dr. Robert, member of Poker Club, III. 152.

Finlay, Robert, pewterer, XII. 11.

Finlay of Albany, Friar, III. 38.

Finlayson, Agnes, XII. 116.

Finlayson, David, skinner, VI. 100.

Finlayson, (Fynlason), Gilbert, III. 95.

Finlayson, James, mason, XII. 116.

Finlayson, John (1579), XV. 40.

Finlayson's Close and Land, XII. 116.

Finley, Thomas, V. 139. See Findlay and Finlay.

Fire of 1700, XIV. 70, 81; XVII. 149; of 1824, I. 6; III. 131; XIV. 81 ; XVII. 87, 118; XVIII. 86; engraving of ruins of, App. 10; XIX. 86. See also Edinburgh.

Fireworks at Market Cross, XVI. 40 ; at Nor' Loch, 166.

Firth, Helena, X. 163.

Fischer, Mariot, IV. 150. See Fisher.

Fischer, Thomas, merchant, III. 197.

Fish (Fische), Thomas, skinner, VI. 64, 74, 75.

Fish Market II. 154; XI. 8; XII. 66, 87 n., 142; XVI. 5.

Fisher, Andrew, spirit dealer, XII. 141. See Fischer.

Fisher, Katharina, III. 187, 197.

Fisher, Thomas (1591), bailie, XVII. App. 16.

Fisher, Thomas, owner of property in Lawnmarket, XII. 12, 13, 59; XIV. 66.

Fisher, William, supposed connection with Roseburn House, III. 187.

Fisher's Close and Entry, I. 5 ; III. 197 ; XII. 13, 33, 57, 59, 129, 141; XIV. 66, 75.

Fisher's Land, XII. 57, 59.

Fishing, Company and Society of, XX. 29.

Fishmarket Close, X. 184; XII. 63, 67, 68, 72, 143; XIII. 117; XX. App. 13.

Fishwives' Causeway, IV. 186; XIV. 160 ; XVIII. 33.

Fithie, Harie, minister, XI. 160. See Fethie.

Flaburne, Patrick, VI. 127. See Fairbairn.

Flahault, Count de, III. 115.

Flanker, at Castle moat, XI. 8.

Flaxman, John, XI. App. 17.

Fleck Yett, X. 254.

Fleming, Alexander, X. 219 n. See Fleminge.

Fleming, Anna, XIX. 158.

Fleming, Bartholomew, XII. 155.

Fleming, Charles, baxter, XII. 15.

Fleming, Dr. D. Hay, VI. 9.

Fleming, George, gardener in Bristo, VIII. 114, 115.

Fleming, George, son of Patrick, feuar in Newington, X. 74.

Fleming, George (1685), warded, XI. 31.

Fleming, Sir James, provost, XVI. 117, 120, 122, 123, 127-9.

Fleming, James, of Boghall, XIII. 111.

Fleming, James, brewer, XV. 185.

Fleming, James, rescued from prison, XVI. 17.

Fleming, John, Lord (1561), VI. 79 12..

Fleming, John, treasurer for Parliament House, XIII. 76 n.

Fleming, John, servant, VIII. 103.

Fleming, John, covenanter, XI. 61, 65.

Fleming, John, baxter, XII. 15.

Fleming, John, his survey (with R. Johnson) of Edinburgh, XII. 214.

Fleming, John, extentor, XIII. 99.

Fleming, John, merchant youth, XVI. 75.

Fleming, Lord, High Chamberlain (1521), IX. 21.

Fleming, Lord (1633), XVIII. 15.

Fleming, Patrick, feuar on Burgh Muir, III. 80; X. 74.

Fleming, Patrick, feuar in Newington, X. 217, 218, 219 n., 220.

Fleming, Patrick, owner of land above Netherbow, XII. 47.

Fleming, Robert, Restalrig, IV. 161.

Fleming, Robert, covenanter, VIII. 125; IX. 141.

Fleming, Robert, jun., XII. 143.

Fleming, Thomas, owner of Baglap, X. 28, 237.

Fleminge, John, VI. 7.

Fleming's Close, XII. 47, 143.

Flemings resorting to Scotland to be treated as friends, IX. 56.

Flemish settlers in Scotland, VI. 41-2 and n.

Fleschwar, Walter, III. 89.

Flesh Market, II. 196, 200 ; III. 243 ; XI. 8; XII. 36, 37; XIV. 48, 100.

Flesh Canongate, XI. 8; XII. 89.

Flesh stocks, Canongate, XII. 217.

Fleshers, scale of taxation of, VI. 27; contributions of, to ministers' stipends, 34; XIII. 108; XV. 14, App. 17 ; prosecuted for overcharging, XVI. 115, 159; hold up prices, 131; slaughterhouses, 160 ; their seal of cause, XVII. 93; disputes with Candlemakers, 98-100, 102-4, 138-40, 146; Canongate, XX. 96.

Fleshmarket Close, I. 8; II. 119, 186; III. 174; IV. 36; XII. 36, 37, 50, 219; XIV. 175.

Fletcher, Adam, covenanter, XI. 61, 66.

Fletcher, Sir Andrew, Lord Innerpeffer, XIII. 128.

Fletcher, Andrew, of Saltoun, patriot, III. 225.

Fletcher, Andrew (Lord Milton), II. 16; IV. 11 ; and trial of Captain Porteous, 23, 24; and Provost Drummond, 30, 32; letter from Duke of Newcastle to, 43 ; XII. 121.

Fletcher, Angus, of Dunans, III. 175, 176.

Fletcher, or Granger, Christian, smuggles the Regalia of Scotland out of Dunnottar Castle, VIII. 206; Parliament grants her 2000 marks, 206, 209-11.

Fletcher, Colonel, III. 149, 153.

Fletcher, Harie, of Saltoun, warded, XI. 60; XII. 159; XVI. 142.

Fletcher, Mr., of Saltoun, member of Poker Club, III. 154.

Fletcher, William, XVI. 136.

Fletcher's Lodging, XII. 121.

Flint, David, trustee for Fisheries and Manufactures, IV. 48-9.

Flint, David, bailie of Calton, XVIII. 51-53, 65.

Flint, James, merchant, XII. 201.

Flint, John, in Burngrange, VIII. 153.

Flint, ‘Mistres,’ XII. 200.

Flittings, XVI. 166.

Flodden, battle of, effects of, II. 61 ; Scottish strength in, 62 ; III. 50, 53 ; X. 21 ; Scots army assembled on Burgh Muir, 76-83, 114, 115 ; Edinburgh before, XI. App. 21.

‘Flodden Dead Mass,’ Sir D. Wilson's ballad, XVII. 12.

Flodden Wall, nature of, II. 65, 66, 85; its course, 1, 66, 69-71, 74-6; construction, 66, 68 ; expense of, levied on citizens, 67 ; proclamation anent, 67-8 ; whence quarried, 69; repair and renewal, 71-4; blockhouses, 72-3, 76; material used, 74; demolition of parts of, 77, 78; portions still standing, 79; III. 24, 30, 72, 102, 211 ; V. 67, 79, 80, 81, 86; VI. 8; X. 73, 229-31 ; XI. 7, 8, 130; XII. 142, 145, 214; XIII. 144, 145 ; XIV. 73, 124, 140, 141 ; XVII. 99, App. 12; XVIII. 40, 154; Club inspects, App. 30-2 ; XIX. 83 ; XX. 27, 118.

Flora; or Hob in the Well, XI. 165.

Flower vendors in streets, II. 196.

Flycht, Walter, IX. 20.

Flying Ghost, ship, IX. 62.

Flying Stationer, II. 220-1.

Foggo, Thomas, banker, XVIII. 145.

Fogo, Robert, captain of Martin of Leith, IX. 57-60; seizes Dutch vessel, 58, 60-61 ; to be held responsible by Holland for seizure of Christopher, 61-2.

Fokkert, Jonet, XV. 43.

‘Foog's Gate,’ V. 31. I

Foord (Fuird), Adam, XI. 29.

Foord Alexander, XII. 113.

Foord John, XII. 113. See Ford and Fuird.

Foord's Close, XII. 112, 113. See Ford's Close.

Foot Guards, III. 225.

Forat, Jean, IX. 142, 148.

Forbes, Sir Alexander of Tolquhen, IX. 166. See Forbus.

Forbes, Alexander, yr., of Shivas, X. 208.

Forbes, Arthur, of Kilmany, V. 133 ; VI. 110.

Forbes, Arthur (1689), master gunner, XVI. 182.

Forbes, A. P., bishop of Brechin, VII. xvi.

Forbes, Christian, V. 137.

Forbes, Sir David, advocate, XII. 20 ; XIV. App. 20, 22.

Forbes, David (1685), XII. 204.

Forbes, David, writer, XVIII. 173.

Forbes, Duncan, of Culloden, encourages use of whisky, II. 5-6, 19, 39; a golfer, 15-16; confers with Cope, 25; on result of Prestonpans, 50 ; IV. 11, 23, 29 ; XIV. App. 21, 22; an Infirmary manager, XV. 147 ; on deplorable condition of records of Scotland, XVII. 150 ; XVIII. 3, 4; XX. 41.

Forbes, Elizabeth (1536), X. 124.

Forbes, Rev. George, V. 141.

Forbes, Principal James D., tenant of Dean House, I. 125, 126.

Forbes, Jane, XIV. 155.

Forbes, John, advocate, XIV. App. 20; friend and patron of Allan Ramsay, 21, 22.

Forbes, John, town official, XIV. 155.

Forbes, John Hay. See Medwyn, Lord.

Forbes, Sir John S., of Greenhill, X. 251.

Forbes, Lord (1827), XVIII. 99.

Forbes, Patrick, merchant, XII. 15.

Forbes, Peter, wine merchant, XIV. 161.

Forbes, Robert, bishop, II. 34; XII. 121 ; author of The Lyon in Mourning, XIX. 169.

Forbes, Thomas, physician, VI. 117.

Forbes, Sir William, of Pitsligo, III. 220, 235, 236 ; his Memoirs of a Banking House, 235; lays foundation stone of High School (1777), V. 85; buys Greenhill estate, X. 197 ; bank of, XI. 8; XIV. 150 ; a director of the ‘Assembly,’ XIX. 88 ; deputy-govemor of Musical Society, 198, 199, 225, 229, 233, 244 ; XX. 115, 141, 145 ; proposes new riding school, 140 ; reports on riding school in Nicolson St., 142.

Forbes, Sir William, of Pitsligo, the second, I. 125-6; III. 236.

Forbes, Sir William, & Co., bankers, XVIII. 85; Musical Society open account with, XIX. 239.

Forbes, William, first provost of St. Giles', III. 208, 209, 210, 212, 214, 215; presents his garden for use as burying ground, XI. 129 n., 132.

Forbes, William, bishop of Edinburgh, III. 217 ; XIII. 32.

Forbes, William, of Echt, III. 175.

Forbes, William, of Ludquharne, IX. 120.

Forbes, William, advocate, and prof., Glasgow Univ., IX. 82.

Forbes, William, town clerk, XIV. 155.

Forbes, William, depute clerk, Calton, XVIII. 55.

Forbes, William, keeper of Council records, XIV. 155.

Forbes, of Waterton, XVI. 128.

Forbes, and Wilson's Plan of Edinburgh, XII. 240.

Forbes-Drummond, Captain, XX. 44.

Forbes-Drummond, Margaret Anne, XX. 44.

Forbes-Leith, Father, editor of Life of St. Margaret, V. 8 and n., 24.

Forbus, Cristian, IV. 125.

Ford, Andrew, XVI. 182. See Foord and Fuird.

Ford, William, glassblower, XII. 120.

Fordel, Lady, XIII. 144. See Henderson of Fordel.

Ford's Close, XII. 113. See Foord's Close.

Ford's Row, XII. 120.

Fordyce, Rev. Dr., V. 179.

Fordyce, George D., III. 176.

Fordyce, James, XII. 33.

Fordyce, John, of Ayton, III. 152, 153 ; a director of the riding school, XX. 117, 118.

Fordyce, Mrs., of Ayton, XIX. 72.

Fordyce Close, XII. 33, 34.

Forester, Margaret (1578), XV. 39. See Forrester, Forster and Foster.

Forester, Mariote, III. 96.

Foresterseat, Lord, See Hay, Sir A.

Foret, a priest, III. 54. See Forret.

Forfar, Countess of, her lodging suggested as temporary home for records of Scotland, XVII. 150-1.

Forgery and vendor of false coin, VI. 127.

Forglen's Land, XII. 33.

Forglen's Park, I. 140; XVII. 65.

Forhouse, William, III. 92.

Fork, Robert, VIII. 117.

Forman, Andrew, archbishop, IX. 10, 11, 17, 28, 32 ; French scholar, XVII. App. 7.

Forman, John, attendant on Flodden army, X. 78.

Forman, John, W.S., III. 173.

Forman, John, warded, XI. 40 ; XII. 166.

Forman, John, XII. 47.

Forman, Patrick, covenanter, VIII. 117.

Forres, William, VIII. 49.

Forrest, Elizabeth, wife of John Dewar, bailie, X. 181.

Forrest, James, of Comiston, XII. 142.

Forrest, James, physician, X. 224, 225.

Forrest, (Forest), James, conventicler, VI. 114.

Forrest, John, merchant, X. 224.

Forrest, (Forest), John, covenanter, IV. 119; V. 137.

Forrest, Robert, stonemason, XV. 208.

Forrest, William, of Masockmilne, VIII. 156.

Forrest, William, engraver, IX. 101, 102.

Forrester, Sir Adam, acquires lands of Corstorphine, III. 180 ; and Wrychtishousis, IV. 69; VII. App. 9; XII. 64. See Forester, Forster and Foster.

Forrester, Adam, laird of Nether Liberton, XV. App. 9.

Forrester, Alexander, of Corstorphine, XII. 64.

Forrester, Sir Andrew, secy. to Lauderdale, IX. 166-7, 168.

Forrester, Christian, III. 182.

Forrester, David, XII. 64.

Forrester, Elizabeth (1684), IX. 117.

Forrester, George, first Lord, III. 181 and n.

Forrester, Sir George, of Corstorphine, XIII. 139 n.

Forrester, Sir Hemy, III. 183.

Forrester, James, second Lord, murdered by Christian Nimmo, III. 180-2 ; IV. 108 n.

Forrester, James, Lord (1664), V. 115; XVI. 41.

Forrester, James, warded, VI. 111.

Forrester, Janet, IV. 69.

Forrester, Joanna, III. 182.

Forrester, John, Lord, V. 113, 114.

Forrester, Sir John, son of Sir Adam, III. 180.

Forrester, John, W.S., XVII. 131.

Forrester, Marion, XII. 184.

Forrester, Mariot, X. 120.

Forrester, Thomas, minister, VI. 122.

Forrester, William, third Lord, III. 181, 182.

Forrester, William, XIX. 133.

Forrester, fourth Lord, III. 182.

Forrester, twelfth Lord, III. 182.

Forrester, of Denevon, III. 139.

Forrester, of Denevon, garrison chaplain, XVI. 180.

Forrester's Wynd, II. 44 ; XI. 8, 10 ; XII. 63, 64, 68, 130, 131 ; XIII. 94; carved stones in, XIV. 77-8; XVI. 6; XVII. 105; XX. 122.

Forresters of Corstorphine, III. 191 ; motto of, 181 ; XIV. 78.

Forrest's coffee-house, XVII. 18.

Forret (Forat) Andrew, skinner, VI. 83, 93. See Foret.

Forret Bessie, VI. 83.

Forret James, deacon of Skinners, VI. 65, 66, 68, 71-3, 75-7, 80, 82, 84, 86, 99, 100, 102, 103, 105 ; XIII. 100, 141 ; XV. 34.

Forret James, flesher, XII. 12.

Forret (Forrat), Robert, skinner, VI. 71.

Forrett, Robert, clerk of Culross, V. 106.

Forster, David (1560), XV. 38. See Forester and Foster.

Forster, Margaret (1566), XV. 39.

Forster, Thomas, coppersmith, XIX. 29 ; XX. 106.

Forsyth, Alexander, coachbuilder, XII. 104.

Forsyth, James, XII. 153.

Forsyth, John, chairbearer, IX. 199, 200.

Forsyth, Robert, merchant, XII. 153.

Forsyth, William, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71.

Forsyth, William, covenanter, VIII. 114, 148 ; XI. 60.

Forsythe, John (1658), IV. 118 n.

Forsyth's Close, I. 13; XII. 104, 153.

Fort, Leith, XIX. 186-7.

Fort-Major's House, Castle, I. 24.

Forth and Brentford, Earl of, XVI. 191.

Forth Railway Coy., XX. 68.

Forth Street, XX. 52.

Fortune, Alexander, III. 128.

Fortune, Ann, III. 128, 129.

Fortune, (Fortoun), Charles, cordiner, XIV. 43; XVIII. 114, 115.

Fortune, Dalrymple, III. 128.

Fortune, Isabella, III. 128.

Fortune, Jean, III. 128.

Fortune, John, tavern-keeper, I. 8; II. 154 ; III. 119, 127-9, 139, 140, 144, 147, 149, 150, 158 ; Wig Club and, 138 ; IX. 221 ; XII. 35; XIX. 202.

Fortune, Major John, III. 128.

Fortune, (Fortoun), Friar John, III. 42, 94, 97.

Fortune, John, tailor, XIV. 36, 42.

Fortune, Matthew, his Tontine tavern in New Town, I. 144; II. 154; III. 107, 110, 111, 217-9; Wig Club and, 140; advertises Assemblies, XIX. 66.

Fortune, Patrick, III. 94, 97.

Fortune, Peter, III. 129.

Fortune, Richard, III. 128.

Fortune, Thomas, III. 128.

Fortune, William, III. 129.

Fortune, (Fortoune), William, IV. 118 n.

Fortune's Close, XII. 35.

Forum (debating society), I. 51 ; XII. App. 5.

Fosse, eastern moat of Castle, XI. 8.

Foster, Andrew, bower, XVI. 88. See Forester, Forrester and Forster.

Foster, Birket, IX. 101.

Fothad, last Celtic bishop of St. Andrews, V. 7.

Fothringham, Alexander, chaplain of St. Ninian's altar, Bruges, his claim for altar dues against Leith skippers, IX. 49, 50.

Fothringham, Charles, supports his brother's claim, IX. 50.

Foular, George, deacon of Canongate Hammermen, XIV. 36, 42. See Foullair and Fowler.

Foular, John, III. 72, 78 a; protocol books of, IX. 20, 31 ; XII. 152.

Foular, John, Canongate Hammermen, XIV. 36, 42; XX. 106.

Foular, Thomas, IX. 20, 31.

Foular, William, III. 92.

Foular, William, III. 79.

Foulbriggs, X. 194. See Foullbridge.

Foulis, Alexander, of Ratho, XII. 47.

Foulis, Andrew, covenanter, II. 95.

Foulis, George, Master of King's Mint, 1. 92.

Foulis, James (1526), IX. 71 ; X. 22.

Foulis, Sir James, Lord Colinton, VI. 132 ; XII. 84-5 ; and Ravelston quarry, XIII. 21 ; XVI. 96.

Foulis, Sir James, Lord Reidfurd, VIII. 120.

Foulis, Jean, first wife of John Byres, third of Coates, II. 137.

Foulis, Jean, of Colinton, marries James Duncan, the younger, XIX. 157, 158, 185.

Foulis, Sir John, of Ravelston, I. 93, 114, 115; II. 137; IX. 171; his Account Book, 188-9.

Foulis, John, of Ratho, IX. 169.

Foulis, John (1672), warded, VI. 115.

Foulis, John, apothecary, XII. 35.

Foulis, Lady, XVII. App. 21.

Foulis, Margaret, wife of Gilbert Kirkwood of Pilrig, XI. App. 20.

Foulis, Margaret, of Ravelston, XIX. 157.

Foulis, Robert, printer, II. 14 n. ; IX. 84-6.

Foulis' Close, XII. 33, 35, 84.

Foullair, George, armourer, XX. 93, 94. See Foular and Fowler.

Foullbridge, XX. 36, 47; derivation of the name, 46 n. ; name changed to Fountainbridge, 48.

Foullbridge, Well, XIV. 108 n.; XX. 46 n., 47. See Foulbriggs.

Foullburn, XX. 46 n.

Foumartine, Janet, XII. 167.

Fountain, master of the revels, XVI. 167.

Fountain, the, XV. 112.

Fountain, Close, I. 9; XI. 12; App. 6; XII. 85, 86, 154; ‘Roman heads’ at, XV. 111-12, 139, 146.

Fountain, House, described, XX. 55-6; built by Alexander Bain, 56; occupied by Alexander Gardner, depute remembrancer of Exchequer, 57.

Fountain, Land, XII. 86.

Fountain, Well, XII. 47; XV. 122 ; XVII. 114; XIX. 103.

Fountainbridge, II. 127, 147 ; XX. 28, 41, 47 ; southern boundary of Dalry estate, 27 ; feuing of, 42 ; origin of name, 46 n.; earliest mention of ; colony of English officials, 48 ; Commissioner Dowdeswell resides in, 49-50 ; abode of Scots nobility and gentry, 50, 54-5 ; Encyclopaedia Britannica first printed in; linen factory, 53 ; changes in neighbourhood, 54-5; Society and Fraternity of Gardeners and, 57.

Fountainhall, Lord. See Lauder, Sir John.

Fountainhall Close, XII. 11 ; XIV. 74.

‘Four hours,’ XVIII. 130.

Fourdrinier, F., III. 229.

Fowler, John (Foullar), XII. 31, 33, 34, 41, 73, 76, 148; XV. 23. See Foular and Foullair.

Fowler, William, merchant, IV. 37 ; XII. 33, 34; XV. 23, 24.

Fowler, William, poet, IV. 37 ; XIV. 99.

Fowler's Close, XII. 33-5, 84.

Foxhall, XII. 8.

Foxtones or Golfhall, at Wright's Houses, XII. 8; XVIII. 1-2.

Foynch, Nicolas, IV. 143.

Frame, Richard, builder of Chapel House, XVII. App. 9.

Frame, William, VIII. 155.

Francis Bell's Close, XII. 152, 153.

Francis Tennant's Close, XVI. 5.

Francis William, at capture of Castle by Ranulph, Earl of Moray, V. 38.

Frank, John, lands of, XIII. 124, 145.

Fraser, Alexander, of Strichen, X. 51, 81 ; XV. 102. See Frazer and Fresel.

Fraser, Alexander, painter, III. 231 n.

Fraser, Henry, painter, VIII. 107.

Fraser, Hugh, of Culbockie, VI. 131-3.

Fraser, Hugh, minister, VI. 130.

Fraser, James, warded, VI. 131.

Fraser, John, legacy to Candlemakers, XVII. 109.

Fraser, John (1564), III. 101.

Fraser, John (1675), VI. 131.

Fraser, Patrick, III. 176.

Fraser, Simon, Lord Lovat, friend of Lord Provost Drummond, IV. 6, 29.

Fraser, William, military spy, II. 89.

Frazer, Allan, transported, XII. 188.

Frazer, Captain, XIX. 186.

Frazer, James, minister of Arbroath, IX. 115.

Frazer, John, warded, XI. 40 ; XII. 166.

Frazer, Simon, whiteiron-smith, XIX. 103.

Frazer, William, warded, XI. 62.

Frear, John, merchant, XVI. 6.

Frederick, king of Denmark, letter to, from James V. on the detention of a Scots ship, IX. 59 ; letter from, to James V. on the seizure of Dutch ships by Fogo and Barcar, 61.

Free Tolbooth congregation, V. 88.

Freemasons present at performance of Henry IV. in Tailors' Hall, XI. 167 ; erection of Hall in George St., XIV. 166.

‘Freemasons Hall, 1812,’ XIX. 244.

Freir, John, deacon of Skinners, VI. 58, 68, 81, 82, 90-3, 105.

Freize, Fulbart de, XII. 173.

French (Fraynche), Alexander, X. 143, 185.

French Andrew, XII. 188. See Frenche and Frynch.

French David, bookseller, XVIII. 157.

French William, banished, XII. 187.

French Ambassador's Chapel, XI. 8.

French Ambassador's House, carved stones at, XIV. 68, 71.

French Protestants, XVI. 143.

‘French Teachers of Old Edinburgh,’ lecture by Dr. M. Tirol, XVII. App. 7-8.

‘French troops in Scotland and money exchange, IX. 39-40.

Frenche, James, schoolmaster, Canongate, XX. 6. See French.

Freris, the, X. 151.

Fresel, Richard, V. 33. See Fraser.

Fressale, Isabelle, III. 97. See Fraser.

Friar Preachers, Order of, III. 14, 16; principal house in Scotland at Edinburgh, 14-15; foundation of; habit of and intention, 18 ; papal bulls confirming; designation, l9; laity appointed friars; system of organisation, 20; rule of absolute poverty adopted, 21 ; portable altars, 22; introduction into Scotland, 22, 23; enthusiastic reception in London, 22 ; known in France as Jacobins, 23 and n. ; priory in Edinburgh, 24, 25, 32; practice at foundation of churches ; lovers of art, 26 ; plan of campaign; Provincial Councils and Synods, 29, 63-4; vernacular sermons, 31 ; examination and duties of, 32, 34 ; practice of medicine forbidden, 34-5; letter from Master-General to Vicar-General of Scottish, 36; love of learning, 37 ; aspire to episcopal sees, 38-9 ; gifts from King Robert the Bruce, 39-40 ; black plague, 40 and n. ; abrogation of rule of poverty suggested ; ‘Observance’ introduced into Scotland, 41 ; rule altered, 42 ; Scottish vicariate raised to dignity of Province, 43 ; Scottish levy for crusade to Holy Land, 45 ; Pope Leo's letter of indulgence, 52 ; general disaster from Reformation, 66-67 ; conflict with parochial clergy, 75-76 ; letter from Master-General to, 85; character of, 176-7. See also Black Friars and Dominic.

Friar-Shaws, II. 75, 76.

Friars Minores, XII. 133. See Grey Friars.

Friars' Vennel, III. 48.

Friday Club, account of, III. 105-30, 160, 169; nature of membership, 107, 108-109 ; bills of; foundation, 108 ; Whiggism, its general creed, 109 ; places of meeting, 110-11 ; ofiice-bearers, 111 ; entertainment in, 112; original members, 113-17; events in years, 1829-38, 117-23 ; 1843-50, 124-5 ; hosts of : Bayle, 125-7 ; Matthew Fortune, 127-129 ; Barry, 129-30; latest list of members of, 130.

Friday Club, Bonaly. See Bonaly.

Friendly Insurance Society, III. 252.

Friends of the People, Candlemakers and, XVII. 121 ; Calton Society of; British Convention of, XIX. 140.

Frisall, Thomas, III. 99. See Fraser.

Froment, M., dancing-master, XI. 169, 170.

Froude, J. A., at Hermitage of Braid, XI. App. 16.

Fruit-sellers' cries, II. 194.

Frynch, Nicolas, IV. 143.

Fudge Family in Edinburgh, II. 181, 211.

Fuird, Thomas, Unicorn pursuivant, XVIII. 14. See Ford and Foord.

Fulerton of Corsbie, VIII. 157. See Fullarton and Fullerton.

Fulerton William, of that Ilk, VIII. 157.

Fulford, original name of Woodhouselee, IV. 67, 70 n.

Fullarton, Adam, bailie, house of, I. 9; IV. 90; XII. 86; XV. 26, 35, 40; XVI. 19, 21. See Fullerton and Fulerton.

Fullarton, George, merchant, XVI. 107.

Fullarton, James, writer, XII. 18.

Fullarton, John (1685), XII. 161.

Fullarton's Close, XII. 85; 86, 154.

Fuller's Close, XII. 33.

Fullerton, Elizabeth, XIV. App. 16. See Fullarton and Fulerton.

Fullerton, John, of Carberry, XIV. App. 16.

Fullerton, John, advocate, III. 115.

Fullerton, (Fowllertoun), Richard, IV. 124.

Fullerton, William, of Carstairs, XIV. App. 16.

Fullerton, William, merchant, VIII. 110.

Fulton, John, farmer, Restalrig, IV. 159, 160-2, 164, 166-9.

Fulton, William (1712), X. 219 n.

Fulton, William, Restalrig, IV. 166, 167.

Furriers, VI. 18 and n., 23, 84; contributions by, to ministers' stipends, 34.

Fyfe, Christian, XII. 167 ; assaults minister, XVI. 113.

Fyfe, David, surgeon-apothecary, XII. 44.

Fyfe, Gilbert, bailie, VIII. 113 ; XII. 44; XVI. 152.

Fyfe, James, tailor, X. 29, 30, 31 ; feus lands of Viewpark, 247.

Fyfe, James (1685), warded, XI. 62.

Fyfe, Patrick, XII. 44.

Fyfe, William, warded, VIII. 117; IX. 128.

Fyfe's Close, I. 9; X1. 170; XII. 44-5; XIV. 139; carved stones in, XV. 116-119; XIX. 50; XX. 135.

Fyffe, James, original member of Wagering Club, II. 152.

Fyldour, Nichole, V. 69.