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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Gaberlunzie's Wallet, II. 182.

Gabriel's Road, XI. 8 ; XVII. 76-81 ; murder in, 78; 159, 165, 171, 173.

Gacoin, James, gunsmith, XIX. 25.

Gaelic Chapel, Grassmarket, XI. 9.

Gainsfurde, Nicholas, XV. 16.

Gair, G. R., conducts party over Nairne Lodge, XX. App. 30.

Gairdin, Adam, surgeon, X. 196. See Garden.

Gairdine, Margaret, XV. 21.

Gairdner, Alexander, tailor in Canongate, XIV. 36, 42. See Gardiner and Gardner.

Gairdner, Andrew, brewer, X. 238, 239; tackholder at South Loch, 253.

Gairdner, George, feuar at South Loch, X. 253.

Gairdner, John, brewer, X. 253.

Gairdner, John (1684), warded, IX. 140, 143, 144.

Gairdner, John, Canongate hammerman, XIV. 36, 42.

Gairdner, William, tailor in Canongate, XIV. 36.

Gairdner, William, in Nemphler, VIII. 140.

Gairnes, George, soldier, XII. 206.

Gairnetillie, laird of, XII. 204.

Gairns, James, dyer, XIII. 144.

Gairns, William, minister of To1booth Church, XVI. 153.

Galbraith, Edward, deacon of Skinners, VI. 60, 61, 68, 71, 74, 85, 86, 88, 90-5, 106; X. 164, 255.

Galen's head, III. 107, 110.

Gall, Edmund, XIX. 16.

Gall, George, XIX. 16.

Gall, (or Gaw), Robert, XIX. 15-17.

Gallini, , XIX. 61, 62; proposes to erect Assembly Room in New Town, 74.

Galloway, Adam, bishop of, III. 38.

Galloway, Alexander, first Earl of, XIII. 126.

Galloway, Alexander, third Earl of, VIII. 145, 149.

Galloway, Alexander, fourth Earl of, VIII. 88.

Galloway, Countess of, town house of, I. 20; XI. 9; XVII. App. 31.

Galloway, Alexander, writer, X. 241 ; XII. 9.

Galloway, Alexander, stabler, XII. 105.

Galloway, James, owner of Valleyfield, X. 242.

Galloway, James, merchant, XII. 19.

Galloway, James, in Sheills, VIII. 157.

Galloway, John, house of, in Niddry's Wynd, XI. 159.

Galloway, John, Galloway's Close, XII. 19, 153.

Galloway, John, Canongate, XII. 105.

Galloway, John, writer, XIII. 126.

Galloway, Mungo, master of Canongate School, XX. 17.

Galloway, Patrick (1647), XIV. 3.

Galloway, Thomas (1647), XIV. 3.

Galloway, William, of Valleyfield, X. 242.

Galloway, William, resigns lands of Hillhousefield, XIX. 144.

Galloway's Close, I. 6; XII. 18, 19, 20, 105, 153.

Galloway's Entry, I. 13; XII. 105, 123.

Galloway's land, III. 80; XII. 18, 19.

Gallowflatt, XIX. 152.

Gallowgreen, I. 34; X. 86, 95, 96.

Gallowlee, II. 146, 147 ; IV. 84 ; VI. 116; Covenanters hanged at, VIII. 117 ; IX. 165, 168 n. ; X. 95 and n. ; XI. 9, 22; XVIII. 156, 157; XX. App. 21.

Gallows, XI. 9; ears nailed to, XVI. 39, 48 ; Irishman hanged, 40.

Gamley, Henry S., R.S.A., XVII. 89.

Gamme, Captain, XVI. 9, 14.

Garbett, Samuel, III. 152.

Garden, Adam, X. 197. See Gairdin.

Garden, Francis, of Midstrath, XVI. 174, 183, 189, 201, 203, 205-7.

Garden, Francis, of Troup (Lord Gardenstone), II. 28; X. 203, 204 n., 208; XX. 52.

Garden, Francis, engraver, IX. 81.

Garden, Peter, centenarian, IX. 94.

Garden, Robert, VI. 96.

Gardeners, Society and Fraternity of, XX. 47; own property in Fountainbridge; build Gardeners' Hall; officebearers of; rent several acres, 57; a litigation ; sell Gardeners' Hall, 58.

Gardeners' Hall, XX. 57-8 ; John Smith, tenant of, 58 ; described ; later owners, 59.

Gardeners' Hall Church, XX. 59.

Gardens of the Castle, XIV. 101-20 ; orchard and pleasure ground, 101 ; extent of, 102 ; earliest history of, 102 ; site of royal orchard, 105-8 ; Castle Barns and King's Stables, 109; fruit and flowers in King's garden, 110-ll ; damaged by English invasion (1335), 111 ; decline of, 112 ; royal gardeners, 113; Princes St. forms part of, 118; key to, 120.

Gardenstone, Lord. See Garden, Francis, of Troup.

Gardiner, Christian, XI. 59, 60 ; XII. 167. See Gairdner and Gardner.

Gardiner, Colonel, III. 191; VIII. 168.

Gardiner, Frances, wife of Sir William Baird, III. 191 ; John Wesley and, VIII. 168 and n.

Gardiner, Grizel, XII. 184.

Gardiner, John, royal gardener, XIV. 113.

Gardiner, John, apothecary, III. 110.

Gardiner's Dragoons, II. 18, 19, 20, 23.

Gardiner-Baird, Sir William, III. 191, 192.

Gardner, Alexander, depute remembrancer of Exchequer, resides in Fountain House, XX. 57. See Gairdner and Gardiner.

Gardner, (or Gairdner), Andrew, founder of Orphan Hospital, XVII. 71.

Gardner, J ., engraver, XII. 242.

Gardner, Rolland, III. 81.

Gardner, William, W.S., XX. 59.

Gardner's Crescent, XX. 58, 59.

Garmochan, Edmond, XII. 187.

Garnock, Margaret, IX. 120.

Garnock, Robert, covenanter, VIII. 117.

Garrous, Benoist, XV. 20.

Gascoign, Mr., III. 153.

Gates land, Calton, XIX. 107, 141.

Gavin, Hector, engraver, IX. 93, 94, 102 ; XII. 219.

Gavin, James, XII. 164, 167.

Gavinloch's Land, II. 29.

Gay, Alexander, VI. 136.

Gay, John, his Beggar's Opera, XI. 164 and n., 168; his visit to Edinburgh, 164 n. ; XV. App. 20.

Gazettes, XVI. 104.

Ged, James, Jacobite printer, II. 14.

Ged, William, inventor of stereotypy, II. 14.

Gedd, John, covenanter, II. 94.

Gedd, William (1682), warded, VIII. 128.

Geddes, Andrew, his revival of etching, IX. 105-6, 108.

Geddes, Archibald, XII. 18.

Geddes, Sir Patrick, I. 13; erects houses at Ramsay Garden, 3; III. 251.

Geddes, Robert, of Scotstoun, XII. 34.

Geddes Close, III. 158; XII, 34, 35; XIV. 163.

Geddie, John, Sculptured Stones of Old Edinburgh : The Dean Group, I. 77-135; leader of excursion round line of old city wall, App. 4; Sculptured Stones of Edinburgh : West-End and Dalry Groups II. 121-47 ; Sculptured Stones of the ‘Royal Mile,’ XIV. 49-100; XV. 99-134 ; XVII. 22-48 ; on history of Stenhopemills, App. 22.

Geddie, Katherine, XI. 24.

Geddie, William (1682), warded, VIII. 134.

Gedding, Robert, IX. 138. See Guidden.

Geikie, Archibald, perfumer, IX. 106.

Geikie, Walter, his sketches of street criers, II. 182, 188, 191, 195, 221 ; IX. 106.

Gellatlie, John, XX. 110.

Gellatly, J., engraver, XII. 246.

Gemmell, John, XII. 187.

General Assembly, VIII. 167, 168; Mrs. Siddons and, 170-1; Wesley at, 171; Whitefield's opinion of, 171 ; 177 ; XIII. 9-10 ; early meetings held in Old Tolbooth, XIV. App. 18.

General Penny Post, XVIII. 161.

General Register House, nature of its contents, XVII. 147 ; tragic history of Scottish records, 148 ; housed in Laigh Parliament House; necessity for adequate repository, 149-53; sale of Forfeited Estates provides £12,000 for suitable building; appointment of trustees, 153, 155; proposed site at Heriot's Hospital, 154, 155; objections by Writers to the Signet, 155; final decision; description of plan, 156-9; Robert and James Adam instructed to prepare plans, 159; estimates, 161-2; foundation stone laid, 162, 171; financial difficulties delay work, 163; dome, 163-5; duties of officials; records transferred from Laigh Parliament House; guard-house built, 165; structural modifications in Adam's design, 166-8; additional expenditure; historical search room, 168; statue of Duke of Wellington, 169; sale of Forfeited Estates, 171; total expenditure, 172; New Register House, 173-4; latest additions, 174; bibliography, 174-5; XVIII. 42. See also Register House.

General's Entry, XVII. App. 12.

Gentle, James, brewer, XII. 119.

Gentle Shepherd, Allan Ramsay's, I. 111 ; IX. 84; scene of, XIV. App. 20, 22-4.

Gentleman Golfers, Company of, XVIII. 7.

Gentleman Usher of White Rod, sale of the ofice by Campbell of Invemeil, XVIII. 12.

‘Gentlemen's Concert.’ See Musical Society of Edinburgh.

Gentle's Close, I. 14; XII. 119.

George II., statue of, V. 83, 92; XV. 151.

George III., XII. 109 ; Candlemakers present address to, XVII. 122.

George IV., his visit to Edinburgh, IX. 228 ; Candlemakers and, XVII, 123; proposed equestrian statue of, XVIII. 86 ; and preservation of Salisbury Crags, 183, 206 ; pictorial views of his visit to city, App. 10 ; picture of his landing at Leith, XX. 64.

George IV. Bridge, II. 165; making of, XVII. 124; XVIII. 96, 98.

George IV. Bridge and the West Approach, by David Robertson, XVIII. 79-99.

George Inn, Thomas Bewick at, IX. 93 ; XI. 9 ; XIV. 124, 139-45; Club visits, XVII. App. 12.

George Smith's Close, XII. 154.

George Square, building of, V. 83 ; IX. 212, 217, 224, 226; X. 197, 260; XII. 54, 221 ; history of, and famous residents in, App. 18-20; XVIII. 86, 93; App. 20, 25; XIX. 79, 82-4 and n.; XX. 118 ; Lady Lockhart resides in, 54.

George St. Assembly band, XIX. 85.

George Wynd, XII. 154.

‘George's Square Assembly,’ XIX. 79-86; premises in Buccleuch Place, 80; description of building, 82 ; opened; popularity of, 83 ; its decline, 84-5; premises sold, 85-6.

Gib, Adam, II. 13; XIV. 54.

Gib, David, baxter, XV. 24.

Gib, George, V. 125.

Gib, John, in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Gib, William, servitor, VIII. 145.

Gibb (Gibbis), Adam, III. 81.

Gibb Alexander, tobacconist, IX. 200.

Gibb Andrew, owner of Comely Garden, XIX. 69.

Gibb John, merchant, IX. 200.

Gibb John, in Pittendreich, II. 94.

Gibb Robert, coachbuilder, XII. 111, 112.

Gibbet, on Burgh Muir, I. 33; X. 83-4, 89, 96; new site of, 85-8; Montrose's body buried underneath, 93-5.

Gibbet Loan, X. 85; XI. 9; XII. 55 n., 219.

Gibbet Toll, X. 85.

Gibb's Close, XII. 111, 112 ; carved lintel at, XVII. 25.

Gibb's Land, XII. 111.

Gibraltar House, XII. 230; XV. 65.

Gibson, Sir Alexander, Lord Durie, XII, 70; XIII. 103 and n., 133, 134; XIX. 43. Sir Alexander, of Pentland, principal clerk of session, III. 193; V. 140, 142, 144, 149; XI. 49, 52; XVI. 163.

Gibson, Alexander, clerk to Parliament, XIII. 71.

Gibson, Alexander, master of Canongate School, XX. 9-10.

Gibson, Archibald, skinner, VI. 100.

Gibson, (Gybsone), Deme, VI. 41.

Gibson, Elizabeth, of Pentland, III. 191.

Gibson, George, minister of Colinton, IV. 33; XV. 181.

Gibson, George, prisoner in Dalkeith, IX. 20.

Gibson, (Gibsoun), George, III. 82.

Gibson, James, W.S., XIX. 244.

Gibson, James, mariner, V. 131.

Gibson, Sir John, of Pentland, III. 191, 193.

Gibson, John, of Auchinsheen, VIII. 133, 149.

Gibson, John, covenanter, XI. 61, 66.

Gibson, John, bower, XII. 153.

Gibson, John, procurator-fiscal, XVI. 155.

Gibson, Joseph, chirurgeon, XV. 185.

Gibson, Laurence, in Blairstream, VIII. 128.

Gibson, Malcolm, VI. 114.

Gibson, Neil, XIII. 46.

Gibson, Nicol, blacksmith, VIII. 49.

Gibson, Patrick, landscape painter, IX. 104; his ‘Select Views in Edinburgh,’ 104.

Gibson, Peter, staymaker, XV. 86.

Gibson, Robert, covenanter, V. 146.

Gibson, Thomas, fishmonger, XIII. 134.

Gibson, William, prisoner in Dalkeith, IX. 20.

Gibson, William Walker, XIX. 179.

Gibson House, III. 191.

Gibson-Craig, Sir James, III. 193.

Giffen, William, imprisoned in Castle, XVI. 55. See Givan.

Gifford, Adam, Lord, III. 176; member of Marrow-Bone Club ; founder of Gifford lectureship, XII. App. 29.

Gifford, Alexander, XX. 25.

Gilbert, Friar, appointed provincial of England, III. 22 ; reception in London, 22.

Gilbert, John, goldsmith, II. 72; III. 101; V. 69.

Gilbert, Michael, goldsmith, III. 83, 100 ; IV. 100 ; feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 75 ; XV. App. 15.

Gilbert's property, Calton, XIX. 109.

Gilchrist, James, barber, XVIII. 61.

Gilchrist, (Gilcryst), John, smith, XV. 14.

Gilchrist, John (1668), V. 139.

Gilchrist, John, mason, VIII. 154.

Gilchrist, Mr., clerk to riding school, XX. 122.

Gilchrist, Patrick, covenanter, II. 95.

Gilchrist's tavern, Wright's Houses, XVIII. 2.

Gild Council, XVI. App. 8.

Giles, John, brewer, Leith, XVIII. App. 26.

Giles, (Geills), John, servitor, IX. 169.

Gilfillan, Robert, VII. App. 7.

Gilgoure, Thomas, mason, VIII. 114.

Gilkerscleugh, Lady, VIII. 116, 151.

Gilkerson, David, VIII. 155.

Gilkerson, James, V. 137.

Gilkerson, William, V. 144.

Gilles, Elizabeth, Crown debtor, XV. 87, 89. See Gilies and Gillis.

Gillespie, David, baxter, XII. 71.

Gillespie, David, burgess, IX. 41 n.

Gillespie, Henry, X. 218 n.

Gillespie, James, of Spylaw, II. 180 ; and Wrychtis-housis, IV. 60 ; XIV. 116.

Gillespie, Katherine, XII. 71.

Gillespie, Rev. Mr., St. Andrews, V. 179.

Gillespie, Patrick, principal of Glasgow Univ., IV. 141 ; prays for Cromwell, XVI. 43.

Gillespie, Robert, covenanter, VI. 118.

Gillespie, Thomas, founder of Relief Church, XX. App. 30.

Gillespie, William, original member of Wagering Club, II. 152.

Gillespie, William, owner of land in Cowgate, XII. 71.

Gillespie, William, surgeon, III. 174.

Gillespie's Close, XII. 70, 71.

Gillespie's Hospital, IV. 55, 57; well of, 56 ; VIII. 10 n. ; XI. App. 15.

Gillespie's School, sculptured stones at, IV. 56, 60.

Gillies, Adam, Lord, III. 165, 172; XII. App. 11. See Gilles and

Gillies, Helen, St. Ledger, III. 129.

Gillies, Patrick, VI. 114.

Gillilan's Close, XII. 111.

Gilliland, James, goldsmith, Raeburn apprentice to, IX. 88, 89.

Gillilaw, John, XII. 159.

Gillis, Bishop, discovers in the Escurial two paintings representing Malcolm III. and Queen Margaret, V. 60; X. 31, 52. See Gilles and Gillies.

Gillison, Homer, XI. 61, 63.

Gillon, James, shoemaker, IV. 88-9.

Gillon, James, in Curriehill, V. 140.

Gillon's Close, XII. 111.

Gilmor, John, W.S., VIII. 50.

Gilmore, Samuel, rope spinner, XVIII. 179.

Gilmour, Sir Alexander, of Craigmillar, IX, 148 ; sues Captain Straiton, XVI. 166 ; XVIII. App. 30.

Gilmour, Sir Charles, II. 43.

Gilmour, Sir John, V. 148; XII. 129.

Gilmour, John, writer, XIII. 127, 141.

Gilmour, Robert, W.S., XII. 129.

Gilmour, Sir Robert Gordon, VII. App. 8.

Gilmour, William, warded, IX. 131 ; XI. 31.

Gilmours of Craigmillar, X. 184.

Gilson, Cornforth, XIX, 238; employed by Musical Society, 200 ; teaches church music; Smollett's allusion to, 200 n. ; re-engaged, 212, 213.

Gilzean, Robert, XII. 167.

Gipsies, measures against, IV. 110; prisoners in Tolbooth, VIII, 128, 137-8 ; transported, 137 ; hanged on Burgh Muir, X. 89, 91-2, 93 ; order for expulsion of, 90; scourged, XVI. 48.

Girdwood, Helen, VI. 156.

‘Girnal,’ King's, at Leith, XIX. 144.

Girth Cross, XI. 6, 8, 9, 10; XV. 64, 65, 74-5; XVII. 33; XIX. 154.

Givan, John, assistant master, Canongate School, XX. 12. See Giffen.

Givan, John, covenanter, II. 95 ; VI. 136.

Given, Lieut. William, IV. 140.

Gladsmuir, II. 31, 32.

Gladstane, Sir Thomas, XII. 12; XIV. 75. See Gladstone and Gledstone.

Gladstane, William, surgeon, XII. 13 ; XIV. 75.

Gladstanes, Anne, XII. 13. See Gledstanes.

Gladstanes, Elizabeth, XII. 13.

Gladstanes, Thomas (1635), XII. 12, 13; XIII. 101.

Gladstanes, Thomas, merchant in Leith, X. 207.

Gladstanes, William, XII. 134.

Gladstane's Close, III. 244, 247 ; XII. 12 ; XIV. 75.

Gladstone, Margaret, XIX. 146 11.. See Gladstane and Gledstone.

Gladstone, W. E., restores Cross of Edinburgh, XIV. 82 ; XX. App. 18-19, 32.

Gladstone Court, XII. 97.

Gladstone's Land, I. 4; XI. 9 ; XII. 12; XIV. 10, 17, 75.

Glasfuird, Adam, VI. 149.

Glasgow, David, first Earl of, XX. 51; infeft in Easter Dalry, 39.

Glasgow, James, VI. 114.

Glasgow, John, third Earl of, member of Poker Club, III. 154 ; XV. App. 20.

Glass, Jean, XII. 186.

Glass, John, macer, XI. 23.

Glass, William, song-writer, II. 211.

Glasse, John, covenanter, II. 94.

Gladstanes, John, XI. 52. See also Gladstanes.

Gledstone, George, of Dodds, V. 103.

Glen, Allan, skinner, VI. 68.

Glen, Allan, warded, XII. 194.

Glen, Elizabeth, wife of George, eighth Earl of Dalhousie, XVII. 19.

Glen, Harry, IV. 136.

Glen, James, of Longcroft, XVII. 19.

Glen, James, bookseller, XVI. 133, 149.

Glen, James, warded, XI. 47, 62.

Glen, Misses, of Lauriston, XVIII. 168.

Glen, Robert, III. 102 ; feus land from Black Friars, 78a; IV. 90 ; X. 74.

Glen, Thomas, Canongate hammerman, XIV. 36, 42; XX. 101, 108.

Glenbervie, Lord, III. 115. X. 111, 115, 116, 131.

Glencairn, Alexander, fifth Earl of, Queen Regent confers with, V. 54.

Glencairn, Countess of (1746), XIX. 50 ; a directress of the ‘Assembly,’ 89.

Glencairn, Elizabeth, wife of twelfth Earl of, dies at Wester Coates, II. 139.

Glencairn, James, fourteenth Earl of, member of Poker Club, III. 141, 154; IV. 111.

Glencairn, John, fifteenth Earl of, II. 139 ; XI. App. 17.

Glencairn, Master of (1526), IX. 71, 72.

Glencairn, William, ninth Earl of, chancellor, XVI. 56, 59, 60, 64; buried in St. Giles', 69.

Glencairn, William, twelfth Earl of (1768), his house in Chapel Street, X. 232 ; XVII. App. 9.

Glencorse Church, IV. 70; Club visits, XII. App. 27.

Glendusk, XII. 163.

Glenlee, Lord, IX. 218; XVII. App. 11. See Miller, Sir William

Glenluce, Abbot of, IX. 32.

Glenorchy, John, Viscount, son of third Earl of Breadalbane, VIII. 181. See Breadalbane.

Glenorchy, Lady, VIII. 162 ; character and career, 180-1 ; founds undenominational chapel in Edinburgh, 182; interviews Edinburgh ministers, 183, 184; becomes acquainted with Wesley, 184; impressions of Wesley and Dr. Webster, 184-5 ; expels Methodist preachers from her chapel, 185, 187 ; XI. 9; XII. App. 20.

Glenorchy, laird of, IV. 134.

Gloag, Rev. W., of Cockpen, V. 190.

Glover, Alexander, servitor, IX. 151.

Glover, James (1684), warded, IX. 169; XI. 54.

Glover, William, Rothesay herald, XVIII. 25.

Glover, William (1684), IX. 152.

Godwin, William, malign influence of, over Shelley, XI. 75.

Gogar House, XVIII. App. 28.

Golden Charter granted to town, XIV. 118.

Golden Harp, Sign of, XIX. 211 21.

Golden Key, Sign of, II. 44.

‘Golden Riggs,’ XX. App. 25.

Goldenacre, XIX. 163 ; XX. App. 22, 25.

Goldewin, Sir — priest, V. 11, 12.

Goldie, Bailie (1810), IX. 225.

Goldsmith, Oliver, impressions of the ‘Assembly,’ XIX. 72-3. See Goldsmyth.

Goldsmiths, scale of taxation of, VI. 27; contributions of, to ministers' stipends, 34; shops of, removed, XIII. 23, 33, 39, 108; XIV. 29; XV. 14; XVI. 158; XIX. 52.

Goldsmiths, of Canongate, XIX. 1, 2, 8, 10; watchmakers attached to, 10; fewness of, 11 ; Robert Gall's offence, 16 ; abusing boxmaster, 17 ; assays, 18-19 ; burgesses, 19; acts relating to, 19-20; powers of, 20 n.

Goldsmiths' Hall, III. 227, 231, 233-4; XI. 9.

Goldsmyth, William, bailie, XVIII. 41. See Goldsmith.

Golf, on Bruntsfield Links, X. 29, 31, 244, 247-50 ; game a factor in their preservation, 240 ; transference to Braids, 252 ; XIV. App. 1 1 ; at Bruntsfield and Leith in early times, XVIII. 1-10.

Golf-ball makers of North Leith, XVIII. 124, 125, 127.

Golfers, Hon. Co. of Edinburgh, II. 15-16 ; XIV. 169. See Hon. Company.

Golfers, Hon. Company of Gentlemen, XVIII. 7.

Golfer's Land, I. 12 n.; XI. 6, 9; XII. 103 ; carved panels at, XVII. 44 ; XVIII. 8, 10.

Golfers' tavern at Bruntsfield Links, X. 244.

Golfhall, X. 243-4; XII. 8; XVIII. 1, 2.

Gollen, James, stabler, XII. 111. See Gullan and Gulland.

Good, Andrew, buys Surgeons' Hospital, XV. 150.

Good, Deacon, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Good, Elizabeth, XV. 188.

Good, William, wright, XIX. 226.

Good Fortune of Leith, XV. 19.

Goodall, Walter, librarian, VIII. 192 n.

Goodman of the Tolbooth, IV. 112, 118, 124, 126, 127.

Goodsman's Rooms, Wright's Houses, XVIII. 2.

Goolen's Close, XII. 110, 111.

Gooseford's Close, XII. 62.

Gordon, Alexander, second Duke of, XIV. 3.

Gordon, Alexander, fourth Duke of (1819), keeper of Great Seal, XVIII. 196.

Gordon, John, first Duke of, governor of Castle, I. 2; II. 117; XI. 9; XII. 51, 165; XIV. 56; XVI. 151, 152, 158, 171, 173, 175, 180; interview with Claverhouse, 184-5; Convention and terms, 186-7 ; garrison desertions, 198-9; renews negotiations, 205-6 ; accepts terms, 210 ; garrison marches out; dines with president of Convention ; prisoner in Castle, 211 ; set at liberty, 212 ; presented to William III., 213.

Gordon, Henrietta, Duchess of, XIV. 2, 3 ; XX. 79, 82.

Gordon, Jane, Duchess of, III. 173; IV. 80; XII. App. 20; XIX. 72; XX. 126.

Gordon, Lord Adam, XIV.4; XX. 79, 82, 139.

Gordon, Sir Adam, XVI. 22, 24.

Gordon, Sir Alexander, of Earlston, VIII. 152; IX. 121, 136, 144, 149, 156, 157; XI. 21, 26 ; attempts escape from Tolbooth, XVI. 131.

Gordon, Hon. Alexander, Lord Rockville, III. 165; XII. 52 ; XIV. 57.

Gordon, Alexander, of Campbeltown, XII. 118.

Gordon, Alexander, author of Itinerarium Septentrionale, XV. 110-12.

Gordon, Annabel, XII. 167.

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

Gordon, Anne, daughter of Sir William Gordon of Invergordon, XIX. 67.

Gordon, Bailie (1717), IV. 92.

Gordon, Baron, III. 154.

Gordon, Captain, of Ellon, III. 162 ; XVI. 42.

Gordon, Lady Catherine, wife of Perkin Warbeck, III. 48.

Gordon, Charles, of Cluny, XI. App. 15, 16.

Gordon, Charles, ensign, IX. 142.

Gordon, Cosmo, baron of Exchequer, member of Mirror Club, III. 144.

Gordon, Dowager Duchess of, II. 51.

Gordon, Gordon, Sir George, of Gight, VI. 111.

Gordon, George, of Beldowy, foraging orders issued to, II. 41-2.

Gordon, George, farmer, XV. 185.

Gordon, Henry, XVI. 179, 180, 183, 192, 207.

Gordon, James, of Banchory, XVI. 162.

Gordon, James, of Edintore, XVI. 207.

Gordon, James, of Rothiemay, his drawing of Parliament House, III. 220, 222, 229; his plan of Edinburgh described, XII. 209; employed by town council, 216; reproductions of his map, 216-17.

Gordon, James, member of Poker Club, III. 153.

Gordon, James, accountant, XIX. 112.

Gordon, Sir John, of Haddo, IV. 90.

Gordon, Sir John (1685), assessor, XVI. 146.

Gordon, Hon. John, III. 139.

Gordon, John, of Cluny, XI. App. 15.

Gordon, John, of Edintore, XVI. 183, 189, 190.

Gordon, John, physician, I11. 115, 117.

Gordon, John, ‘vintner's servant,’ VIII. 99.

Gordon, John Thomson, III. 175, 176.

Gordon, Sir John Watson, IX. 109, 111, 113.

Gordon, Lord Lewis, II. 51.

Gordon, Rev. Dr. Lewis, V. 187 and n. ; discourse on ‘The Foundation of Moral Obligation,’ 188.

Gordon, Marie, accused of child murder, VIII. 102.

Gordon, Patrick (1571), XVIII. 35.

Gordon, Sir Robert, Bt. vice-chamberlain to Charles I., XVIII. 15.

Gordon, Sir Robert, of Gordonstoun, XVI. Introd. xvi.

Gordon, Sir Robert, of Straloch, XII. 216.

Gordon, Robert, bookseller, X. 225.

Gordon, Robert, baxter, XII. 143 n.

Gordon, Thomas (1683), clerk, VIII. 154 ; XVI. 185, 186.

Gordon, William, of Culvennan, VI. 148.

Gordon, William, of Newhall, III. 153.

Gordon, William, bookseller, X. 225.

Gordon, William, hostelry of, I. 131.

Gordon, William, underkeeper of Canongate Tolbooth, VIII. 116.

Gordon, William, minister of St. Cuthbert's, I. 113; XVI. 72.

Gordon, William (1673), warded, VI. 120.

Gordon, William, advocate, XVI. 151.

Gordon, William, of Old Aberdeen, XVI. Introd. xxxvii.

Gordon, William, Queen St., XX. 141.

Gordon, of Auchintoul, XVI. 187.

Gordon, of Glasturin, XVI. 187.

Gordon, of Ruthven, III. 217.

Gordonbank, XV. 185.

Gordon's Close (Castlehill), XII. 52.

Gordon's Close, Cowgate, XII. 144.

Gordonstone, laird of, VI. 157.

Gorgie, lands of, XVIII. 160; XX. 27, 29; sale of, 34.

Gorgie, ‘Craggis’ of, XVIII. 34.

Gorgie, House, II. 144; III. 190, 193, 196; Club visits, XVII. App. 22-3 ; XX. 26.

Gorgie, Mills, III. 184, 190, 191 n. ; XX. 47.

Gorgie, Town, III. 184.

Goscelin of Canterbury, V. 15.

Gosford, laird of (1685), XI. 2. See Sinclair, Henry.

Gosford, III. 42, 83.

Gosford's Close, I. 122; IX. 215; XII. 22, 62 ; carved stones at, XIV. 51, 72 ; XVIII. 173.

Gossip on Golf and Golfers, XVIII. 2.

Gotheral, David, VI. 65.

Gotheral, Goudie, John, hammerman, VIII. 47.

Gotheral, Rev. John, of Tingwall, XIX. 96.

Gotheral, Thomas, mason, XIX. 96, 97.

Gourlay, Alysone, XIX. 182, 184.

Gourlay, David, XIII. 140 and n. ; XIV. 70.

Gourlay, Gilbert, XII. 32.

Gourlay, Sir John, preceptor of St. Laurence hospital, III. 75; X. 122.

Gourlay, John, merchant and ‘customar,’ II. 131 n. ; XIV. 70, 71.

Gourlay, Norman, religious martyr, III. 54; XVII. App. 14.

Gourlay, Robert, his house in Bank Close used as a prison, IV. 77; XI. 9; XII. 61; XIII. 140 n. ; XIV. 67, 68, 70, XX. App. 8.

Gourlay, (Gurlay), Robert, VI. 89.

Gourlay, Robert, Leith, his plan of an approach to Grassmarket, XVIII. 82-3.

Gourlay, Thomas, covenanter, V. 137.

Gourlay, Walter, XIX. 182.

Gourlay's Close, XII. 68, 69.

Govan, John, Kirklistoun, II. 97.

Govan, William (1660), XVI. 55 n.

Govan, William (1764), XIX. 226.

Govan, William, Islay herald, VIII. 106; XVIII. 25.

Goven, Patrick, III. 100.

Govenlock, Alexander, X. 240.

Governor's House, Castle, XI. 9.

Gow, Alexander, Gaelic scholar, IX. 223.

Gow, Nathaniel, musician, XIX. 85.

Gow, Thomas, Writer, XI. 45.

Gowans, William, grocer, XI. 143.

Gowks Club, account of, III. 168-72.

Gowrie, Lady, XVI. 28.

Gowrie conspiracy, XVI. 63, 74-5.

Gracemount, Club's visit to, XI. App. 4.

Graden, Lady, IX. 123, 146, 151, 163, 175.

Graham, Agnes, XII. 200, 201.

Graham, Alexander, X. 159 n., 160 n.

Graham, Archibald, owner of ground in Sciennes, X. 144, 145, 159 n., 160 n., 164, 229.

Graham, Beatrix, sister of Montrose, I. 44.

Graham, Daniel, VI. 96.

Graham, George (1670), warded, VI. 107.

Graham, James, Marquis of, afterwards third Duke of Montrose, III. 150, 151, 154.

Graham, James, skinner, VI. 75, 77.

Graham, James, brewer, VI. 139.

Graham, James, hanged at Gallowlee (1684), IX. 168.

Graham, John, plumber, granted feu in New Town free of rates, I. 140, 141 ; dispute with town council, 142, 143, 145, 147.

Graham, John (1660), warded, IV. 135, 136, 137; XII. 201.

Graham, John, writer, VI. 135.

Graham, John, artist, IX. 99.

Graham, John, skinner, XIII. 123.

Graham, John (1584), XV. 37.

Graham, John, of Claverhouse, XVI. 135, 183, 187, 204, 211 ; interview with Duke of Gordon, 184-5.

Graham, Mungo, royal treasurer, XV. 30.

Graham, Nicol, XI. 141 ; XII. 106.

Graham, Patrick, officer at Tolbooth, IX. 118, 119, 142, 143, 160, 175; Captain of Town Guard, XVI. 114, 133, 142, 143, 166, 172, 173, 176.

Graham, Patrick, skinner, XIII. 99, 102, 143.

Graham, Ritchie, warlock, XVII. 41 ; XVIII. App. 15.

Graham, Sir Robert, of Morphie, I. 45.

Graham, Robert, city treasurer feus part of Common Myre, X. 102, 158-60 and n., 161, 162, 164, 166, 221, 222.

Graham, Samuel, XII. 166.

Graham, Walter, goldsmith, XII. 106.

Graham, William, of Gartmore, III. 152, 154.

Graham, William (1685), warded, XI. 47, 52 ; transported, XII. 188.

Graham, William, skinner, XII. 127.

Grahame, Ard, X. 132.

Grahame, Janet, X. 48.

Grahame, J., I. 42.

Grahame, Robert, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 75.

Grahame, Robert, covenanter, II. 95.

Grahame, Robert, weaver, V. 102, 103.

Grahame, Robert, burgess, III. 96.

Grahame, Walter, goldsmith, XIX. 19.

Graill, Hannis, skipper of Dantzig, IX. 64.

Grammar school, Blackfriars' Wynd, III. 61.

Grammar school of Canongate, supposed grant by David I. to monks of Holyrood, XX. 1; earliest notice of, 2-3; abbot and convent of Holyrood patrons of, 3; Robert Dormond, 4-5; Gilbert Taylor granted gift of; kirk session and town council claim patronage, 5; William Roberton closes ; James Davidson, master of ; David Laing's proposed history of, 6; original site; premises at Leith Wynd; Thomas Elder's complaint against ‘doctor’ of, 7 ; Robert Stephen, master of, 8; Holyrood and, 9; Alexander Gibson, master of, 9-10 ; David Bishop and, 10; Alexander Strang, his mastership, 10-12; oath of allegiance, 12; George Bumet, head of; destroyed by fire; temporary premises in Edinburgh, 13 ; new building described, 14; cost of; sketch of site, 15 ; notices of, in acts of Canongate bailies, 15-16; conditions of mastership, 16; Alexander Laing, Mungo Galloway and George Arbuthnot, 16-17; fortunes of, and removal of nobility to London; George Ogilvy, John Walker, — Ponting, William Cruickshanks and John Inglis, masters of, 18 ; efficiency under Inglis, 19; Rudiments Class, 19, 21; ‘sons of gentlemen of the first rank ’ attend, 19; curriculum, 19-20; William Ritchie ; James Cumming last master of ; pupils examined before bailies and ministers, 20-1 ; David Laing, a pupil; his description of, 21; bailies present medals to scholars, 22 ; its decay, 21-2 ; sale of, advertised, 23; Old Boys' Club, 23-5.

Grammar school of Edinburgh. See High School.

Granby, Marquis of, V. 168.

Grand Capes, III. 156.

Grand Lodge of Scotland buys St. Cecilia's Hall, XIX. 244.

Grandfield, XIX. 164.

Grange, Lord. See Erskine, James

Grange, Lady (Rachel Chiesley), I. 43.

Grange, Easter and Wester, X. 17.

Grange of St. Giles, X. 27, 40, 49, 50, 55, 93, 98, 102, 107, 108, 138, 144, 146-7, 152, 159-61, 182, 187, 221, 222, 262 ; not included in David I.'s gift of Burgh Muir, 5-17 ; origin of name, 8; presented to St. Giles' Church; lands of, 9; presented to John, Earl of Carrick, 10 ; Andrew Wardlaw's charter of, 13 ; part of lands gifted to nunnery of St. Catherine of Siena, 14; acquired by Sir William Dick, 15 ; resigned to his creditors, 16 ; St. Catherine's convent erected on lands of, 103 ; acres at Sciennes restored to, 150; Nether or Wester, 223, 224; XI. App. 14; XII. 213; XV. 102.

Grange Cemetery, X. 14.

Grange Cricket Club, XX. 55.

Grange farm, XIV. 143; XVIII. 161.

Grange House, I. 78, 105 ; Prince Charles at, II. 25, 58, 237 ; III. 201 ; excursion to, VIII. App. 8-9 ; burnt by Hartford, X, 126 ; sculptured stones at, XIV. 53, 64, 68.

Grange Loan, III. 202; IV. 73 n.; X. 49, 50, 53, 74, 159, 160, 162, 167, 173, 176, 177, 221, 223, 225, 234; Highland army in, 201; XIV. 53.

Grangebank, X. 202.

Granger, Christian. See Fletcher.

Granger, James, minister of Kineff, VIII. 206.

Grant, Sir Alexander, principal of University, IV. 14, 54, 146, 149; VIII. 79, 99.

Grant, Allan, IX. 120.

Grant, Andrew, merchant, III. 152, 153.

Grant, Andre (1595), servant, VI. 97.

Grant, Mrs. Ann Oliphant or, X. 52.

Grant, Catherine Anne, X. 52.

Grant, Colquhoun, W.S., II. 28-9.

Grant, David, merchant, leases Gallowgreen, X. 96 ; XII. 49.

Grant, David, trees. of Pantheon, I. 59.

Grant, David, wright, Canongate, XII. 50.

Grant, Duncan, XVI. 195.

Grant, Sir Francis, of Cullen, XII. 60 ; XIV. 66.

Grant, Sir Francis, of Kilgraston, X. 52-3.

Grant, Sir Francis, J., Lyon King of Arms, I. 79, 83-91; IV. 67; VI. 21; State Ceremomials in Edinburgh in the Olden Time, XVIII. 11-32.

Grant, Sir James, of Dalvey, XVI. 183, 185, 186, 193.

Grant, James, in Innermarkie, V. 135.

Grant, James, bailie, XII. 49.

Grant, James, ironmonger, XIX. 226.

Grant, Sir James Hope, X. 52-3.

Grant, Janet, XII. 49, 50.

Grant, John, baron of Exchequer, III. 152, 153; XII. 49; XX. 116.

Grant, John, Marchmont herald, XX. App. 10.

Grant, John, writer, v. Robert Donaldson, W.S., XV. 91-2.

Grant, John, employed at siege of Castle (1689), XVI. 203, 205, 208.

Grant, Lilias, second wife of John Byres, third of Coates, II. 138.

Grant, Sir Ludovic, of Grant, XII. 104.

Grant, Mrs., of Laggan, II. 131; XI. App. 19.

Grant, Mrs., of Prestongrange, XIX. 52, 53; a directress of the ‘Assembly,’ 90.

Grant, Patrick, Lord Elchies, XVIII. App. 30.

Grant, Thomas, bailie, Canongate, XVIII. 139, 140, 141.

Grant, William, Lord Prestongrange, I. 95; II. 21 n.; XIV. 66.

Grant, William, musician, XIX. 237.

Grant, of Glenmoriston, II. 58.

Granthill, X. 207.

Granton, barony of, XX. App. 25; Wester, VIII. App. 4.

Granton, Castle, excursion to, VIII. App. 3, 4.

Granton, Craigs, XIX. 153.

Granton, Pier, II. 165.

Grant's Close, XII. 49.

Grants of Kilgraston, X. 32.

Grass Cross, XI. 8, 9.

Grassmarket, I. 130 ; prisoner hanged in, XII. 172; XIV. 105-6; crofts of abbeys of Kelso and Cambuskenneth in, 110; inns in, 124, 145-6; XVI. 101, 125, 167; church for, 165; follower of Cargill hanged in, 114; XVIII. 81 ; plan for new approaches to, 82, 84, 86, 91 ; Thomas Moodie of Dalry offers 20,000 merks to build church in, 177.

Grassyard, II. 86.

Gray, Agnes, III. 244 n., 246, 249; XII. 14.

Gray, Alexander, town clerk, XVI. 147, 148.

Gray, Alexander, maltman, XIII. 98, 145.

Gray, Alexander (1682), warded, VIII. 133.

Gray, Andrew, second Lord, royal justiciar, II. 63; X. 21 ; XVIII. 41.

Gray, Andrew, and Morocco's Close, XII. 92.

Gray, Andrew, cordiner, XVIII. 146, 147.

Gray, Bailie (1722), X. 258.

Gray, Captain, member of Wig Club, III. 139.

Gray, Catherine, III. 244 n., 246.

Gray, Charles, covenanter, XI. 40 ; XII. 166.

Gray, Charles, advocate, XVI. 146.

Gray, David, cramer, VI. 74.

Gray, Egidia, XII. 13.

Gray, Francis, Lord, IX. 109.

Gray, James, of Warriston, prisoner in Tolbooth, VIII. 113 ; XX. App. 21.

Gray, James (1658), warded, IV. 123; sent to Barbadoes, V. 128.

Gray, James (1681), warded, VIII. 104 ; sent to Plantations, XII. 167.

Gray, James (1540), III. 97.

Gray, James (1679), West Calder, II. 97.

Gray, James, clockmaker, III. 233.

Gray, James, jun., clockmaker, III. 233.

Gray, James, merchant, VI. 108.

Gray, James, goldsmith, XIX. ll.

Gray, James H., XX. 24, 25.

Gray, Jane, XX. App. 35.

Gray, Janet, wife of James Aitchison, XIV. 3.

Gray, Janet, wife of Robert Hill, XII. 83.

Gray, Janet, wife of John Weir of Kerse, XIV. 153.

Gray, John (1380), V. 42.

Gray, John (1512), XII. 83, 84, 85; XV. 108.

Gray, John, warded, V. 146 ; VIII. 133.

Gray, John, servant to Lord Livingstone, XI. 41.

Gray, John, town clerk, XIV. 147, 153, 157 and n., 168, 169.

Gray, John, pewterer, XX. 101.

Gray, John, smith, XX. 100, 101.

Gray, John, baxter, XX. App. 35.

Gray, John M., art critic, VIII. 53, 54, 67.

Gray, Martin, pewterer, XX. 101.

Gray, Mary, wife of John Clerk of Penicuik, IV. 59.

Gray, Mary (1680), VI. 152. VI. 138;

Gray, Patrick, eighth Lord, III. 244 n.

Gray, Patrick, skinner, VI. 8l.

Gray, Patrick (1680), warded, VI. 144.

Gray, Richie, III. 80.

Gray, Robert, of Warriston, II. 138.

Gray, Robert, writer, II. 169; builds first street of houses in Cleland's Yards, 171 ; his Jacobitism, 172.

Gray, Robert, procurator-fiscal, IX. 198.

Gray, Robert (1528), XII. 43, 93.

Gray, Robert (1587), XV. 17.

Gray, Robert (1664), owner of Drumdryan estate, XVIII. 169.

Gray, Robert (1686), warded, XII. 201.

Gray, Samuel, advocate, XII. 122.

Gray, Thomas, Bridgend of Leith, VI. 132.

Gray, Sir William, of Pittendrum, builder of ‘Lady Stair's House,’ III. 244 n., 245, 246, 249, 251; IV. 59; XII. 13, 14; XIII. 101 and n.; XIV. 76; XVI. 57 n.

Gray, Lady, of Pittendrum, XIV. 65, 76.

Gray, William, son of Pittendrum, marries Anne, daughter of seventh Lord Gray, III. 244 n.

Gray, William, of Haystoun, IX. 115.

Gray, William, servitor to George Imrie, I. 43.

Gray, William, skinner, VI. 66.

Gray, William (1685), XI. 52.

Gray, William, owner of property in Byres' Close, XII. 23.

Gray, W. Forbes, John Wesley in Edinburgh, VIII. 159-203 ; on literary associations of Grange House, App. 9; leader of excursion to Craigcrook, IX. App. 3 ; X. App. 4; (with Thomas Ross and G. Baldwin Brown) The Tailors' Hall, Cowgate, XI. 125-71; 157; on ‘Gourlay's House and its Memories,’ App. 3; leader of excursion to Bonaly Tower, 4; on historical and literary XV. 171. associations of Hermitage of Braid, 14-16; lectures on ‘George Square, 1766-1820,’ XII. App. 17-21 ; notes on Hon. Henry Erskine, 4-10; and on Panmure House, Canongate, XIII. App. 11-17 ; edits, with introd. and notes, Reminiscences of a Town Clerk, XIV. 147-81; historical notes on Carberry Tower. App. 15-16; The Melville Monument, XV. 207-13 ; lectures on ‘Famous Provosts of Edinburgh,’ App. 9-11 ; and on ‘St. Andrew Square.’ 11-14; XVI. Introduction to Extracts relating to Edinburgh from Bannatyne Club Publications, ix-xxxix ; selects from Fountainhall's Historical Notices, xxix; on family of Dundas of that Ilk, App. 11-15 ; The Incorporation of Candlemakers of Edinburgh, 1517-1884, XVII. 91-146 ; notes on Calton and Greenside, App. 12-21 ; The Quarrying of Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 181-210 ; lectures on barony of Broughton, App. 14-23 ; notes on history and architecture of The Inch, Liberton, 27-30; The Musical Society of Edinburgh and St. Cecilia's Hall, XIX. 189-245; An Eighteenth-Century Riding School, XX. 111-59; lectures on Market Cross, App. 10-19; leader of excursion to Woolmet, App. 32-5.

Gray Street (East St. James's St.), II. 171.

Grayfield Toll, X. 215.

Gray's Close, I. 82, 92 ; XII. 43, 83-5.

Gray's Directory and Edinburgh Almanack, IX. 108; XII. 242.

Gary's Mill, Prince Charles Edward lodges at, II. 20.

Grays of Halkerston, II. 169.

Grays of Warriston, XX. App. 22.

Grear, Robert, V. 140. See Greir and Grier.

Great St. Michael, sale of. IX. 7 n.

‘Grecian Williams,’ IX. 104, 106; XVIII. App. 10.

Green, Charles E., XI. App. 4.

Green, Elizabeth, fourth wife of Provost Drummond, IV. 46, 47.

Green, Robert, watchmaker, III. 231, 232.

Green Market, XI. 9 ; XIV. 48.

Greenbank (Gallowgreen), X. 96, 224;

Greendykes, XIX. 182-4.

Greenend, X. 55.

Greenfield, Rev. Dr. W., III. 144, 151.

Greenhill, II. 62; III. 199, 200, 201 ; X. 30, 186, 193-5, 198; mansion of; Livingston family and; acquired by John Kennedy, 196; other proprietors, 197; 247, 251 ; XII. 236.

Greenlaw (Grynlaw), Thomas, X. 38-9 and n.

Greenlaw William, schoolmaster, XVI. 107 ; XIX. 113.

Greenshields, Rev. James, imprisoned, XIII. App. 14.

Greenside, III. 54; IV. 92 ; dramatic performances at, VI. 37 n.; XII, 119; portion of, granted by James II. for tilting ground, XV. 136; Carmelite monastery at, 136; leper hospital, 136-137; 171 ; XVII. 55; earliest reference to ; Chapel of the Rude, App. 13; religious martyrs burnt at, 14; abbots of Holyrood and ; social experiment at, 15; leper hospital, 16; XVIII. 33-4, 37, 43 ; XIX. 93.

Greensidewell, XIX. 101.

Greenyairds, XIX. 182.

Greg, David, V. 127. See Greig.

Greg, James, furrier, III. 89.

Greg, James, chaplain, VII. c.

Greg, John, minister at Carstairs, IX. 160.

Greg, John, cordiner, XIV. 37, 43.

Gregory IX., pope, III. 32.

Gregory X., pope, and crusade to Holy Land, III. 45.

Gregory, Captain, IV. 164.

Gregory, David, prof. of Mathematics, accused of swearing, drunkenness, etc., VIII. 82-6; 99; XVI. 157; gives in table of weights and measures belonging to Mint, 158.

Gregory, James, compounder of ‘Gregory's Mixture,’ VIII. 195; XV. App. 13; XX. 133; arbiter in dispute between riding school and the master of, 138.

Gregory, John, III. 117, 152; his Father's Legacy to his Daughters, VIII. 202 ; XIV. 135 ; XIX. 213 and n.

Gregory, John, indweller in Calton, XIX. 131.

Greig, Agnes, warded, XII. 178. See Greg.

Greig, John, warded, XI. 62.

Greig, John, ironmonger, XVIII. 73.

Greig, Robert, baker, XII. 124.

Greig, Thomas, baker, XII. 124, 125.

Greig's Close, XII. 124.

Greir, Thomas, warded, XI. 43. See Grear and Grier.

Greir, William (1573), VI. 91.

Greire, William, of Lochrure, V. 145.

‘Grendum,’ barony of, XX. App. 25.

Greville, Lord, XX. 123.

Grey, Earl, his visit to the city, XIV. 158.

Grey Friars, founded by St. Francis of Assisi, III. 13 n., 14, 57; cardinal-protector of, 21; a mendicant order, 21; Observantine royal confessors, 32; James IV. and Margaret Tudor at friary, 50 ; magistrates' gift of beer to, X. 227 ; monastery of, XI. 9 ; James I.'s grant of land to, XIV. 107 ; town payment to, XV. 31, 109.

Greyfriars Blockhouse, II. 73, 76.

Greyfriars Church, building of Old, I. 93; II. 12, 75, 85, 90, 162 ; signing of Covenant in, 81 ; panel on, III. 5 ; V. 145 ; VIII. 20, 87, 90, 91, 175 ; Whitefield preaches in, 177 ; XI. 9, 150 ; National Covenant signed in, 161; XIII. 29; XVI. 42, 46, 50n., 56, 65, 111n., 113 n., 190; damaged by storm, 52 ; XVII. 107, 111, 118; XVIII. 158; Club's visit to, App. 33-5 ; restoration scheme described by the architect, Henry F. Kerr, 34; XIX. 159. See New Greyfriars Church.

Greyfriars Churchyard, I. 22, 32, 43, 91, 95, 107 ; II. 74, 75; Flodden Wall at, 69; origin of, 76; Covenanters and, 81, 86 (see also Covenanters' Prison); Byres' tomb, 134, 136, 137, 140; Chiesley tomb, 146 ; III. 220; origin of, 219; Mylne monument, IV. 149; VI. 126; VIII. 22, 25 ; IX. 106, 222 ; X. 16, 229, 230, 239; Society of Brewers and, 231 ; southern boundary of, 231; XII. 23, 91, 148; XIII. 41 n., 116n., App. 5; XIV. 88, 162, 175 ; XV. 12, 106, 129, 134; XVI. 75 n. ; Alexander Henderson's tomb, 62; XVII. 105-7; entry to, 111, 121 ; 134; XVIII. 119 n., 157, 180; XX. 29, 143.

Greyfriars Garden, III. 211, 218-19.

Greyfriars Monastery, II. 66, 70; XI. 9; XX. App. 7.

Greyfriars Port, II. 69, 70, 72-5; IV. 82; X. 125, 131, 136, 137, 146, 229, 230; Society of Brewers, their operations at, 228; quarry at, 231; XI. 12; XIV. 140.

Greyfriars Yard, Inner or South, II. 69, 81, 84, 85; site of, 86; wapinschaws in, VI. 30; VIII. 140.

Grier, Robert, of Millmarke, V. 151. See Grear, Greir.

Grierson, Andrew, Snowdoun herald, XVIII. 25.

Grierson, Isobel, VIII. 121.

Grierson, John, provincial of Black Friars, III. 54, 63, 68, 73-4 and n., 75, 94, 100.

Grierson, Robert, of Milnemarke, IX. 129, 131. See Grier.

Grierson, William, warded, IX. 128, 131.

Grieve, Catherine Whyte or, X. 224. See Grive.

Grieve, Dr. Henry, III. 151 ; XIV. 147, 171 and n., 172.

Grieve, Isobel, in Temple, VIII. 126.

Grieve, James, in Mahill, II. 94.

Grieve, James, owner of land at Burgh Muir, X. 49, 50, 179.

Grieve, John, lord provost, II. 162; XII. 224.

Grieve, John, merchant, Chessel's Court, XIV. 147, 159, 169.

Grieve, Robert, baker, XII. 124.

Griffith, Henry, warded, XII. 183, 205.

Grindlay, George, tanner, XIV. 116.

Grindlay, John, tanner, XIV. 116; XVIII. 92.

Grindlay, William, Monkland, II. 99; VI. 136.

Grive, James, V. 139. See Grieve.

Grose, Francis, IX. 87; X. 181.

Grote, Gilbert, notary, X. 135; XIX. 27 n.

Grove, The, Fountainbridge, II. 127 ; XX. 51; Lord Gardenstone, tenant; purchased by Thomson Bonar, 52-3 ; described, 54; Grange Cricket Club and, 55.

Grove, Street, XX. 46 n., 56.

Grünenberg, Conrad von, III. 8.

Guard-house, I. 143; V. 173 n. ; IX. 122, 191, 193, 201, 203; XI. 9; XII. 36; XIV. 82, 170; XV. 53; XVI. 135; XIX. 76.

Guest, General, II. 16, 17 n., 46, 48, 52, 118 ; cannonades the town, 47 ; IV. 39.

Guidden, Robert, XII. 166. See Gedding.

Guidden, (Guiding), Margaret, IX. 173.

Guild, Marion, IV. 138.

Guilmont, Henry, XIX. 19.

Guise, Duke of, V. 54.

Guise Palace, Blyth's Close, I. 3, 100; XI. 9; XX. App. 8.

Gullan, James, stabler, XII. 111. See Gollen, Gulland.

Gulland, James, XII. 111. See Gollen, Gullan.

Gulland, John, Saltcoats, XII. 180.

Gullan's Close, I. 16, 17; XII. 110, 111; XIV. 131.

Gullian, Andrew, VIII. 152, 153.

Gun factory at Hawkhill, Edinburgh Castle, X. 77.

Gunn, Donald, drummer, Town Guard, XIV. 170.

Gunpowder Plot, XVI. 71, 121, 133, 146.

Gun's Close, XII. 134.

Gunsmiths of Canongate, XIX. 2, 3, 22; flourishing craft; the assay ; complaints, 23 ; forbid dagmaker of Calton working in their liberties, 24.

Gunstocker, XIX. 25.

Gunstone's Close, XII. 134.

‘Guse Pie,’ I. 3; XII. 7. See Ramsay, Allan.

Guthrie, Alexander, town clerk, I. 91 ; XIII. 128; XV. 47, 48.

Guthrie, Alexander, H.M. commissioner (1633), XIII. 93.

Guthrie, Alexander (1564), XII. 73.

Guthrie, Alexander, artist, II. ll.

Guthrie, A., bookseller, I. 54. ,

Guthrie, Charles J., Lord, V. 157.

Guthrie, Sir David, X. 79.

Guthrie, George, drummer in Calton, XIX. 117.

Guthrie, Harry, writer, X. 152, 153, 160.

Guthrie, James, covenanter, I. 95 ; IV. 140; V. 128, 129, 132; VI. 120.

Guthrie, James, baxter, VIII. 145.

Guthrie, James, macer, IX. 118.

Guthrie, John, bishop of Moray, XVIII. 14, 16, 17.

Guthrie, Richard, Abbot of Arbroath, III. 75 ; X. 122.

Guthrie, Richard, ‘Huntly House,’ XX. 79, 80.

Guthrie, (Guithre), Sande, III. 81.

Guthrie, Walter, candlemaker, XVII. 110, 111.

Guthrie, William, farmer, XV. 197.

Guthrie's Close, XII. 151.

Guy, John C., Edinburgh Engravers, IX. 79-113.

Guzman, Domingo de, III. 16-17.

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