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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

H

Habbie's How, Club's visit to, XIV. App. 19-24.

Hackney coaches introduced into city, IX. 184.

Hackston, David, of Rathillet, VI. 138; VIII. 110; XII. 40.

Hackston, Elspeth, VI. 138.

Hadaway, John, brewer, XV. 184, 188, 190; XIX. 180. See Haddoway.

Hadaway, Thomas, Burlaw bailie, XV. 185, 205.

Hadden, Andro, VIII. 123. See Haldane.

Haddington, first Earl of. See Hamilton, Thomas, of Priestfield.

Haddington, Charles, fifth Earl of, XVI. 117.

Haddington, Thomas, second Earl of, XIII. 141.

Haddington, Thomas, sixth Earl of, Keeper of Holyrood Park, XVIII. 188-90.

Haddington, Thomas, seventh Earl of, III. 139, 141, 149, 154; member of Wig Club, 138 ; governor of Musical Society, XIX. 198 ; XX. 116, 129, 132.

Haddington, Thomas, eighth Earl of, XVIII. 190; allows stones to be taken from Salisbury Crags for Bridewell ; grants nine years' lease to town of portion of Crags, 193-5 ; claim to work the quarries disputed, 196-7.

Haddington, Thomas, ninth Earl of, payment by town council to, IV. 96 n. ; decision of House of Lords regarding quarrying operations at Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 199; rights of Haddington family in Keepership of Holyrood Park purchased, 210.

Haddington House, Canongate, XI. 9 ;

Haddington House, in Cowgate, XI. 9.

Haddington's Close, XII. 122.

Haddington's Entry, I. 14, 18; XI. 9; XII. 122.

Haddo, Lord, III. 141.

‘Haddo's Hole’ Kirk, II. 12; IV. 90; XI. 9.

Haddoway, William (1668), warded, V. 139, 154. See Hadaway.

Hagie, John, XX. 109. See Heggie.

Haig, Douglas, first Earl, his mother a Veitch of Stewartfield, XIX. 174 ; XX. 63.

Haig, Ann, XIV. 152.

Haig, Antony, of Bemersyde, V. 121.

Haig, Elizabeth, warded, VIII. 121, 124.

Haig, James, of Lochrin, his action against town council, X. 260 ; XVIII. 179.

Haig, John, of Bonnington, XIX. 175, 177.

Haig, John, of Cameron Bridge, XIX. 174.

Haig, John, of Lochrin, XIX. 176.

Haig, Robert, coalman, VIII. 124.

Haig's distillery, Canonmills, XVIII. App. 22.

Hailes, Lord. See Dalrymple, Sir David.

Hailes, Master of, IX. 35, 36.

Hailes, alias Colinton, IV. 32 n.

Hailes, Easter, owned by Provost Drummond, IV. 29, 30 and n., 32, 37, 46. quarry, XVII. 164, 168.

Haining, Lord (John Pringle), XV. 110; XX. 58.

Haining, Robert, V. 135.

Haire, Habie, IX. 151. See Hare.

Hair's Close, XII. 71.

Hairstanes, Elizabeth, of Craig, VIII. 181.

Hairt, James, goldsmith, XIV. 36, 42 ; XX. 107. See Hart.

Hairt of Leith, XV. 19.

Hakket, George, lord conservator, I. 89. See Halket.

Halbert, Alexander, gardener, XVIII. 43.

Haldane, James Alexander, preacher, XI. App. 18. See Hadden.

Haldane, Patrick, II. 22 n.

Haldane, Robert, of Clean, XI. App. 18.

Halden, Captain, XIX. 196.

Half-moon Battery, II. 118; V. 65; VI. 1, 3, 4, 6, 8; XI. 8, 9, 15.

Haliburton, Adam (1583), XV. 42.

Haliburton, Andrew, conservator of Scots privileges at Middelburg, XII. 75.

Haliburton, Andrew, owner of property in St. Mary's Wynd, XII. 111.

Haliburton, (or Livingstone), Catherine, XII. 80.

Haliburton, Geillis, XV. 42.

Haliburton, Sir George, of Foverance, XIII. 138 n.

Haliburton, Sir John, XII. 111.

Haliburton, John, of Garvock, XII. 32.

Haliburton, John, lord provost, XII. 54.

Haliburton, John, advocate, XII. 17.

Haliburton, John G., of East India Co., XX. 52.

Haliburton, Lawrie, III. 79.

Haliburton, Marion, VIII. 152.

Haliburton, Patrick, dweller in sanctuary, XV. 88-9.

Haliburton, Robert, merchant, XII. 17, 32, 111; XIII. 109, 141. See also Halyburton.

Haliburton's (Dickson's) Close, XII. 30, 31, 32, 79, 80; (Gillon's), 110, 111.

Haliday, William, V. 153. See Halliday.

Halidon Hill, effect of battle of, III. 35.

Halkerston, David, of that Ilk, XII. 40; XV. 114.

Halkerston, James, provost, XII. 38.

Halkerston, Captain James, XVI. 22.

Halkerston, John, master of works of Trinity College Church, XII. 40; XIII. 80; XV. 114.

Halkerston, Peter, bailie of Holyrood, XV. 71, 76, 77.

Halkerston's Croft, XII. 40, 149 n. ; XIII. 79, 80; XVIII. 43.

Halkerston's Wynd, I. 8; II. 206; III. 93; IX. 209; XI. 12; XII. 38, 40, 41, 219; XIII. 80, 83; tanpits at, 113; carved stones in, XV. 114; XVII. 77, 79, 159; XIX. 130.

Halkerston's land, Leith, III. 82.

Halkerstoun, William, III. 95.

Halkertoune, Lord, V. 137.

Halket, James, prof. of medicine, XVI. 141. See Hakket.

Halket, Sir John, III. 141, 149, 154.

Halket, Dame Mary, XII. 87.

Halket, Miss, II. 162.

Hall, Adam, goldsmith, XIX. 11. See Haw.

Hall, George, ofificer, V. 150.

Hall, Gilbert, minister, IV. 120.

Hall, Henry, covenanter, VIII. 107.

Hall, Sir James, of Dunglass, III. 113, 119; XVIII. 208.

Hall, James, merchant, VIII. 120.

Hall, Sir John, of Dunglass, XX. 44.

Hall, John, of Preston, XIII. 126.

Hall, John, surgeon, II. 89, 107.

Hall, John, town ofiicer, XIII. 99.

Hall, John (1667), V. 137.

Hall, Lyell, X. 84.

Hall, Robert, wright, XII. 116.

Hall, Thomas, watchmaker, XIX. 19.

Hall, Thomas, jailor, IV. 85 ; XV. 38.

Hall, William, stabler, XII. 135.

Hallgreen, Lady, XX. 13.

Halliday, George, VIII. 120. See Haliday.

Halliday, Gilbert, XX. 106, 107.

Halliday, Sir John, XIII. 127.

Halliday, John, bailie of Culross, VIII. 120.

Hallow Fair, II. 205, 216; X. 251 ; held in Bearford's Parks, XIII. 91 ; Provost given an ox at, XV. App. 10.

Hall's Close or Court, XII. 135.

Haltoun, Lord, XVI. 110, 137, 138; action against wrights and masons of Canongate, 106.

Haltoun, John of, XIII. App. 9.

Halyburton, Andrew (1635), XIII. 118. See Haliburton.

Halyburton, Andrew, blacksmith, VIII. 47.

Halyburton, Bailie (1736), IV. 23.

Halyburton, James (1520), IX. 31, 41.

Halyburton, James (1571), imprisoned in Castle, XVI. 20.

Halyburton, James, W.S., bailie of Holyrood, XV. 77.

Halyburton, Jane, sister of the Sciennes, X. 130, 135.

Halyburton, John, merchant, XIII. 106, 107.

Halyburton, Robert, XIII. 107, 129.

Hamilton, Agnes, III. 61, 100.

Hamilton, Sir Alexander, brother of first Earl of Haddington, XIII. App. 13.

Hamilton, Sir Alexander, of Haggs, VIII. 156.

Hamilton, Alexander, of Balderstone, XIX. 17.

Hamilton, Alexander, of Kinkell, XI. 24, 25.

Hamilton, Alexander, merchant (1681), XVI. 105, 140.

Hamilton, Alexander, bailie (1691), X. 165, 213 n.; XII. 188, 190, 192; XVII. 82.

Hamilton, Alexander, prof. of midwifery, XI. App. 18.

Hamilton, Alexander, Oriental professor, member of Friday Club, III. 114.

Hamilton, Sir Andrew, of Redhouse, XIII. 131 n.

Hamilton, Andre (1601), VI. 102, 103.

Hamilton, Ann, wife of James Johnston, X. 165.

Hamilton, Ann, XII. 30.

Hamilton, Anne (1550 ?), III. 82.

Hamilton, Friar Archibald, XIV. 113 n.

Hamilton, Archibald, tenant of cordiners, XVIII. 123.

Hamilton, Arthur (1571), XVI. 19.

Hamilton, Bailie (1669), V. 145.

Hamilton, Charles, city treasurer, II. 83.

Hamilton, Christian, niece of second Lord Forrester, III. 182.

Hamilton, Claude, of Garein, recommended for expulsion from sanctuary, XV. 84.

Hamilton, Hon. Colonel, member of Gowks Club, III. 172.

Hamilton, David, bishop of Argyle (1513), IX. 6, 7.

Hamilton, David, Canongatehead, XII. 154.

Hamilton, Deacon (1675), XVIII. 187.

Hamilton, Douglas, eighth Duke of, I. 144 ; member of Wig Club, III. 141.

Hamilton, Dr., member of Gowks Club, III. 172. v

Hamilton, Dukes of, heritable keepers of Holyroodhouse, XV. 67.

Hamilton, Edward, burgess, IX. 193.

Hamilton, Elizabeth, or Johnston, X. 151, 165.

Hamilton, Gabriel, of Westburn, VIII. 154.

Hamilton, Gavin, bookseller, II. 3 ; IX. 91 ; XIX. 173; promotes the ‘Assembly,’ 47, 88, 124 ; treasurer of Infirmary, 48; memoir of, 47 n.

Hamilton, George, of Brouncastle, IX. 164.

Hamilton, George, of Redhouse, a dweller in sanctuary, XV. 72, 76-8, 92; XVI. 92.

Hamilton, George, goldsmith, XIX. 17.

Hamilton, Harry (1573), VI. 91.

Hamilton, Isobel, V. 128.

Hamilton, James, first Duke of, XIX. 16.

Hamilton, James, fourth Duke of, opponent of legislative Union, III. 225, 226.

Hamilton, James, fifth Duke of, XIX. 67, 68.

Hamilton, James, third Marquess of, XIII. 60; banqueted, 27 ; XVIII. 15.

Hamilton, Sir James, of Crawfordjohn, X. 126, 139.

Hamilton, Sir James, of Finnart, kills a burgess, IX. 30; member of College of Justice, XI. 120.

Hamilton, Sir James, of Priestfield, appointed keeper of King's Park, XV. 67 ; XVI. 117; XVIII. 185-7, 188, 197, 210 n.

Hamilton, James, of Aikenhead, VIII. 154; IX. 156, 160, 162 ; XI. 24, 27, 34.

Hamilton, James, of Dalzell, V. 106.

Hamilton, James, of Gilkerscleuch, IV. 60.

Hamilton, James, of Grange, III. 182.

Hamilton, James, of Inderduit, VI. 125.

Hamilton, James, of Lethem, IV. 134.

Hamilton, James, owner of property in Lawnmarket, XII. 59.

Hamilton, James, ‘moderator,’ XII. 72.

Hamilton, Rev. James (1669), of Blantyre, V. 146.

Hamilton, James, warded, IX. 116, 147; XI. 62.

Hamilton, Captain James, merchant burgess, VIII. 143.

Hamilton, Dr. James, his medical examination of John Wesley, VIII, 195 ; IX. 219; XIV. 181.

Hamilton, James, skinner, VI. 89.

Hamilton, James, stabler, XIII. 118 ; XIV. 129.

Hamilton, James, conjunct town clerk, XVI. 120, 125, 136, 149, 155.

Hamilton, Janet, wife of Sir A. Gordon of Earlston, VIII. 152.

Hamilton, Jerome, XIX. 11.

Hamilton, John, bishop of Dunkeld (1686), XVI. 153.

Hamilton, Hamilton, John, of Boghall, X. 212 n., 214 n.

Hamilton, John, of Carlowrie, XIII. 142.

Hamilton, John, of Craigmore, IX. 164.

Hamilton, John, of Gilkerscleuch, VIII. 148.

Hamilton, John, of Grange, VI. 123.

Hamilton, John, of Hallcraig, VIII. 156; IX. 164; XII. 184, 202.

Hamilton, John, yr., of Hallcraig, XII. 180.

Hamilton, Sir John, of Redhouse, XIII. 131.

Hamilton, Sir John, of Skirling, XIII. 121.

Hamilton, John, archbishop, III. 55, 63.

Hamilton, John, burgess (1515), IX. 19.

Hamilton, John, burgess (1666), V. 129.

Hamilton, John, advocate, XIX. 49, 78 ; a director of ‘Assembly,’ 88.

Hamilton, John, W.S., VIII. 127; IX. 168.

Hamilton, John, skinner, VI. 71.

Hamilton, John (1624), warded, IV. 110.

Hamilton, John, minister in Edinburgh, XII. 59.

Hamilton, John, minister in Leith, XVI. 92.

Hamilton, Cornet John, XII. 129.

Hamilton, John, apothecary, XIII. 110.

Hamilton, John, gipsy, VIII. 137.

Hamilton, Katherine, XII. 138.

Hamilton, Major (1664), V. 120.

Hamilton, Margaret, of Mountain Hall, III. 191.

Hamilton, Margaret, second wife of Sir Archibald Acheson, XIV. 5.

Hamilton, Margaret, executed, V. 126-7.

Hamilton, Mary, of Pencaitland, wife of William Nisbet, I. 111.

Hamilton, Matthew (1685), XI. 71 ; XII. 167.

Hamilton, Miss, of Bangour, II. 163.

Hamilton, Mrs., actress, XI. 170.

Hamilton, Sir Patrick, of Kincavil, IX. 12, 24 ; XIV. 114.

Hamilton, Sir Patrick (1635), XIII. 122.

Hamilton, Patrick, religious martyr, III. 54.

Hamilton, Patrick, court officer, V. 135, 137.

Hamilton, Patrick, smith, XIII. 124.

Hamilton, Patrick, minister, XIII. 133.

Hamilton, Patrick, Canongate hammerman, XIV. 36, 42.

Hamilton, Richard, boxmaster in Calton, XIX. 121.

Hamilton, Robert, of Ardrie, II. 94.

Hamilton, Robert, of Monkland, VIII. 153 ; IX. 132.

Hamilton, Robert, covenanter, V. 137 ; VI. 150 ; VIII. 107.

Hamilton, Robert, prof. of divinity, V. 190.

Hamilton, Robin, V. 179.

Hamilton, Thomas, of Olivestob, X. 165.

Hamilton, Thomas of Priestfield, acquires Common Myre, X. 156 ; XIII. 131 n., 139 n., 142; XVIII. 14, 186.

Hamilton, Thomas, architect, IV. 150 ; his measured drawings of Lawnmarket and Castlehill, XII. 249-50; App. 32; XIV. 63, 74; his scheme for West approach to Old Town, XVIII. 83, 84 ; XIX. 38.

Hamilton, Thomas, merchant (1683), XVI. 117, 140, 145.

Hamilton, Thomas, warded, IV. 125.

Hamilton, Thomas, servant, V. 139.

Hamilton, Walter, member of Wig Club, III. 139, 141.

Hamilton, William, third Duke of, XVI. 59, 109, 197, 205, 210, 211.

Hamilton, Sir William, of Elistoune, IV. 133.

Hamilton, William, of Bangour, II. 42-3; his ode on battle of Gladsmuir, 34 n. ; XV. 198 n. ; verses on the ‘Assembly,’ XIX. 71-2.

Hamilton, William, of Overtown, IX. 164.

Hamilton, William, of Wishaw, IX. 116, 117, 121; XI. 25, 27.

Hamilton, William, surgeon major, III. 246.

Hamilton, William, prof. of divinity, XIX. 47 n.

Hamilton, William, cork-cutter, XV. 185.

Hamilton, William, wright, XII. 99.

Hamilton, William, deacon convener of trades, XVI. 93.

Hamilton, William Nisbet, I. 111.

Hamilton, W. (1768), member of Poker Club, III. 153.

Hamilton, of Mannorilistoun, XI. 24.

Hamilton, of Mannorilistoun, minister of Gladsmuir, VIII. 176.

Hamilton and Burn, architects, XVIII. 86.

Hamilton-Dalrymple, Sir Hew, of Bargeny, XVII. App. 9.

Hamilton's Close, XII. 59, 129 ; XIV. 66.

Hamilton's Dragoons, II. 18, 19, 21 n., 23.

Hamilton's Entry, Canongate, XII. 99.

Hamilton's Folly, IX. 210.

Hamilton's (or Hopeton's) Land, XII. 59, 73, 154.

Hammermen of Canongate, XII. 117, 1 18 ; their property in Bakehouse Close, XIV. 2-4, 27, 29, 34 ; XVIII. 114, 135 ; how constituted ; goldsmiths and ; seal-of cause; craft's antiquity, XIX. 1 ; book of proceedings, 1 n. ; acts of ; nature of government; ‘arts' comprising, 2-3; masters' duties; clerk and oficer; strength of craft, 3 ; each master a freeman; jurisdiction; ap— prenticeship, 4, 7, 8; admissions to craft, 5, 6; serving freemen, 5, 6; the assay, 6; ‘ banquet silver,’ 6-7; dues payable by strangers, 8; duties of masters; burgess-ship, 8-9; prestige, 9; blacksmiths first in list of ‘arts,’ 9-10; goldsmiths, 10-20; rarity of clock- and watchmakers; foreigner admitted freeman, 12; daughters of freemen, 18; lorimers, 20-1; saddlers, 21; gunsmiths, 22-5; cutlers, 25-7; sheath- or casemakers, 27 ; locksmiths, 27; pewterers, 27-8; coppersmiths or braziers, 28-9; harness-makers, 29; engravers, 30; plumbers, 30; stamper trade, 30; buy convening house, XX. 78; cost of building (Huntly House) ; let to tenants, 79-80 ; structural alterations by, 80, 81; investment met by levy, 81; tenantry, 82; Bakers' craft acquires property from; school meets in hall; statutes, 83-4; effect of Cromwellian occupation ; servants and apprentices, 85-8; fees, 88; social disposition, 89; ofiice-bearers, 89-90; meetings, 90; attendance at funerals; mortcloths, 91, 92, 104-5; silence regarding national affairs, 91 ; English occupation, 92; relations with Edinburgh, 93-6; assist fleshers; changing circumstances, 96; ‘Union band’ of 1610; privileges guarded, 97; clashes with magistrates, 98-9; civil and criminal cases affecting, 100-2; stand- ard of living, 102 ; church affairs, 103-5 ; assist widows and orphans, 105-8; discipline cases, 108-10.

Hammermen's Close, XII. 117, 136 ; XIV. 3 ; XX. 78, 83.

Hammermen's Incorporation, Edinburgh, I. 21; III. 49, 232; VI. 20, 36; scale of taxation of, 27; custodians of the Magdalen Chapel, VIII. 2-5, 7-9, 11, 26-7, 37, 40, 44; records, 2-3 and n.; hall of, 12; insignia, 23; building operations, 29, 32-3, 34; trades forming, 60 and n.; deacon's chair, 72-4, 77; Bible of, 12, 74-5; petition to dismiss ministers of the Crown ; members recommended to become Volunteers, 77-8; chapel of, XI. 9, 125, 126, 139; XII. 136, 153; XIII. 142; XVI. 91; XVII. 107, 108.

Hammermen's Land, XII. 137.

Handel, XIX. 190, 191, 194, 197 n., 198, 201, 207, 210, 212, 213, 223, 227, 233, 235; works favoured by Musical Society, 199, 205; relations with Musical Society, 202-4.

Handelian choruses, soprano parts sung by boys from Heriot's Hospital, XIX. 199-200.

Handyside, Andrew, XII. 47.

Handyside, Robert, III. 175.

Hanging in chains, first instance of, IV. 84.

Hanging for robbery, XIV. 159-161.

Hanging Hangman, troubles with, IV. 94; ‘foule,’ X. 185; XII. 157. See Executions.

Hangman's Close, XII. 67, 68, 132.

Hangman's House, XI. 9.

Hanley Lodge, XX. 44.

Hanna, John, XIV. 36, 42.

Hanna, William, Warded, XII. 184.

Hannah, Hugh, The Sanctuary of Holyrood, XV. 55-98; Sir Daniel Wilson : the Man and his Work, XVII. 1-16; lectures on, App. 8.

Hannay, Catherine, poisoned, IX. 137, 141.

Hannay, James, dean of Edinburgh, XIII. 44, 45 ; at coronation of Charles I. at Holyrood, XVIII. 15, 16; XX. 9, 103, 104.

Hannay, Robert (1664), V. 122.

Hannay, R. K., VIII. 4; Visitation of the College of Edin. (in 1690), 79-100; Incidents and Documents, 1513-23, IX. 1-48 ; Shipping and the Staple, 1515-31, 49-77 ; On the Antecedents of the College of Justice, XI. 87-123 ; conducts members of Club over Register House, App. 4 ; (with G. P. H. Watson) The Building of the Parliament House, XIII. 1-78; lectures on ‘Scots Parliament,’ XIV. App. 8-9.

Hanover St., academy in, XX. 22-3.

Happerlaw's Close, XII. 146.

Harden, laird of (1682), VIII. 101, 140. See Scott.

Hardie, Colonel Alexander, XII. 141. See Hardy.

Hardie, Andrew, candlemaker, XIII. 127.

Hardie, Andrew, in Tullosheils, V. 110.

Hardie, David, covenanter, II. 97, 99.

Hardie, James, candlemaker, XVII. 104, 138.

Hardie, James, writer, XIX. 80.

Hardie, John, bailie, XX. 63, 68.

Hardie, John, Warded, XII. 194, 195.

Hardie, Nicolas, XII. 141.

Hardie, William, covenanter, II. 99; VI. 112, 136; XII. 166.

Hardie's Close, XII. 141.

Hardie's Land, XII. 141.

Hardman, David, XV. 205.

Hardy, James, of Bonnington, XIX. 179. See Hardie.

Hare, James, druggist, XV. 140. See Haire.

Harebrae (Watergate), XV. 171.

Harehope or Holm Cultram monastery, obtains gift of St. Giles' Church, X. 7, 8; allegiance transferred to England, 9, 10; monks expelled, 10-11 and n.

Hare-stane, II. 61 ; X. 58, 207. See also Bore Stone.

Harlaw, James (1471), III. 79, 89.

Harlaw, James (1598), X. 229.

Harlaw, John, burgess, III. 89.

Harlaw, Mary, X. 179.

Harlaw's Close; XII. 137.

Harlequin Skeleton, XI. 170.

Harlie's Close, XII. 137.

‘Harmony Hall,’ Trinity, XX. App. 22.

Harnessmakers, XIX. 2; relations with saddlers, 29.

Harp and Hautboy, Sign of, XIX. 211 n.

Harper, Alexander, in Femilee, interdict against his quarrying at Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 209.

Harper, Sir John, of Cambusnethan, XIV. 74; XVI. 117.

Harper, Robert, V. 146.

Harpsichord, popularity of, in Edinburgh, XIX. 209.

Harrison, Sir George, lord provost, XX. App. 18.

Harrow Inn, I. 22 ; XIII. App. 5 ; XVII. 111 ; Candlemakers dine in, 116 ; associations, App. 31.

Hart, Agnes, XX. 9. See Hairt.

Hart, Andrew, printer, I. 7 ; VIII. 74; XII. 39; XIII. 109 and n., 113; XIV. 96, 100.

Hart, Elisabeth, XII. 39.

Hart, James, goldsmith, XIX. 12.

Hart, John, schoolmaster, XX. 8-9.

Hart, John, son of Andrew, the printer, XII. 39.

Hart, John, goldsmith, XV. App. 15.

Hart, Jonet, XII. 39.

Hart, Patrick, XII. 96.

Harthall, XII. 138.

Hartisheid and Clyntes, III. 83.

Hart's Close, XII. 21, 22, 39, 43; XIX. 56.

Harts Knows, XVIII. 50.

Harvey, Sir George, IX. 101. See Hervey.

Harvey, John, clerk to police commissioners of Leith, XX. 63.

Harvey, Jonet, XV. 40.

Harvey, Harvie, Alexander, soldier, VI. 108.

Harvey, (Hairvie), John, VIII. 47.

Harvey, Marion, VI. 156.

Harvey, William (1584), bailie, IV. 102.

Harvey, William (1671), VI. 108.

Harvy, Andro, III. 79.

Harwood, John, treasurer, XV. 33.

Harwood, Richard, hatter, XV. 52.

Hastie, Francis, covenanter, II. 95.

Hastie, John, master of Canongate School, XX. 7.

Hastie, Robert, merchant, XII. 146.

Hastie, William, warded, VIII. 142.

Hastie, William, mealman, X. 218 n.

Hastie, William, writer, XII. 145.

Hastie's Brewery, XII. 146.

Hastie's Close, I. 19; XII. 145-7.

Haswell, James, chaplain, V. 44.

Hathway, Thomas, X. 71.

Hatmakers', seal of cause, VI. 17 ; XVI. 109, 133.

Hatton, David, printseller, IX. 109.

Hatton, Lady, XIII. 112 and n.

Hatton, lands of, forfeited, X. 20, 22 ; Club's visit to, XIII. App. 8-11 ; mansion sold by eighth Earl of Lauderdale, 10.

Haunted Close, XII. 126.

Haw (or Hall), Adam, XIX. 11.

Haw Friar John, III. 95.

Hawkhill in Edinburgh Castle, James IV. establishes gun factory at, X. 77 ; XI. 9.

Hawkie, speech-crier, II. 221.

Hawley, General, VIII. 193.

Hawthornden, XX. 44.

Hawthornvale, XV. 185.

Haxton, William, IX. 154, 159.

Hay, Sir Alexander, Lord Foresterseat, I. 95.

Hay, Alexander, writer, III. 103.

Hay, Alexander, engraver, IX. 111.

Hay, Alexander, carpenter, obtains a monopoly of building and hiring Sedan chairs, IX. 186-7; his widow obtains renewal of licence, 188 ; interdict obtained against rival, 188, 189, 191, 192; XVI. 162.

Hay, Alexander, wright, feus ground from riding school, XX. 130.

Hay, Andrew, of Bridgehouse, XX. 53.

Hay, Andrew, of Craignethan, VIII. 154; IX. 164; XI. 41.

Hay, Bailie (1675), XVIII. 187.

Hay, Charles (Lord Newton), III. 163, 165.

Hay, Sir David, royal physician, IX. 122; XII. 17.

Hay, David, officer, VIII. 106.

Hay, Elizabeth, wife of Adam Nisbet, junior, I. 86.

Hay, Elizabeth, XX. 130.

Hay, Father, his Saintclaires of Rosslyn, X. 92.

Hay, F. R., engraver, IX. 99, 101.

Hay, George, Viscount Dupplin, lord chancellor, XVIII. 14.

Hay, George (1661), I. 42.

Hay, Gilbert, and Black Friars, III. 81.

Hay, Gilbert, warded, XII. 196, 197.

Hay, Helen, second wife of Sir John Nisbet of Dirleton, I. 111.

Hay, Sir Henry, XIII. 131.

Hay, Sir James, of Linplum, VIII. 88.

Hay, James, of Bhaglepore, XX. App. 32.

Hay, James, of Carrubber, XII. 41.

Hay, Lieut. James (1689), XVI. 192.

Hay, James, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Hay, Jane, first wife of James Walker of Dalry, XX. 44.

Hay, Lord John, of Yester, V. 75.

Hay, Sir John, town clerk, XIII. 34-5, 71 ; made provost by Charles I., 55, 56 ; 122 n., 127 n. ; XV. App. 11 ; XVI. 106; XX. App. 29-30.

Hay, Sir John, of Haystoun, banker, III. 236; XX. 54.

Hay, John, of Haystoun (1662), IV. 143.

Hay, John, of Park, IX. 152, 156, 157 ; XI. 56, 70, 71 ; XII. 174.

Hay, John, of Restalrig, II. 40.

Hay, John, of Woodcockdaill, VIII. 143, 144, 146, 148.

Hay, John, his land in Peebles, III. 83.

Hay, John, parson of Peebles, XVI. 68.

Hay, John, Clerk to Register of Sasines, Aberdeen, IV. 122.

Hay, John, flesher, III. 89, 92.

Hay, John, dweller in Calton, XIX. 127.

Hay, John, ‘constable officer,’ VIII. 116.

Hay, John, messenger, V. 99-100, 151.

Hay, Laurence, covenanter, VIII. 110.

Hay, Lady Margaret, of Yester, V. 74; benefactions, 75 ; church built by, XI. 15; XII. 87 ; XIII. 118, 131 ; XV. App. 19.

Hay, Margaret, Countess of Roxburgh, XVIII. 11.

Hay, Margaret, relict of James Ruthven, merchant, IX. 126.

Hay, Patrick, officer of Tolbooth, VIII. 145.

Hay, Peter, of Morton, VI. 138.

Hay, Thomas, Dean of Dunbar, III. 97.

Hay, Thomas (1668), V. 141, 146, 149.

Hay, Sir William, of Dalgetie, I. 36, 40, 42; beheaded at Cross, 43 ; X. 94, 95 ; XVI. 34.

Hay, William, of Tallo, III. 97.

Hay, William, commissary clerk, XVI. 155.

Hay, Young, surgeon, II. 26.

Hay of Spott, III. 141.

Hay of Yester (1523), IX. 35.

‘Hay Weights' (Haymarket), II. 143.

Hay and Parlane, arms of, I. 9.

Haydngrove. See Alicia.

Haymarket, II. 143; subsidence of tunnel at, 210; probable origin of name, XIV. 110, App. 9; XVIII. 84; XX. 27.

Headriggs, XVIII. 170.

Heartknowe, XV. 171, 183.

Heartly, William, merchant, X. 70 n.

Heathfield, Lord, XV. 122.

‘Heave-awa’ House, XV. 118.

Heber, Bishop, III. 118.

Hector, Archibald, XII. 191.

Heggie, Rachel, XX. App. 34. See Hagie.

Hegons, George, VI. 128.

Hellfire Club, III. 178.

Hemp, Robin, XVIII. 41.

Hempisfield, laird of, XVI. 35.

Henderland, Lord (Alexander Murray): XI. App. 17.

Henderson, Alexander, lord provost, XII. App. 34 ; supports scheme for new West approach to city, XVIII. 85, 87 ; buys Warriston, XX. App. 21. See Henresoun, Henrison, Henryson.

Henderson, Alexander, assists in drafting National Covenant, XI. 159; preaches at opening of Parliament, XIII. 67, 77, 78 ; death of, XVI. 62 ; his tomb, 62.

Henderson, Alexander, Gowks Club, III. 172.

Henderson, Alexander, mariner in Leith, VIII. 115.

Henderson, Alison, executed, IX. 141.

Henderson, Andrew, merchant, III. 102, 103 ; feus garden of Black Friars priory, 78a.

Henderson, Bailie (1824), II. 234.

Henderson, Catherine, XII. 167.

Henderson, David, mason, XVII. 161.

Henderson, Edward, prebendary, XV. 37.

Henderson, Ellen, V. 127.

Henderson, George, of Fordel, III. 92; XII. 42, 44; XV. 51 ; XVIII. App. 25.

Henderson, George (1525), IX. 55 ; feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 73.

Henderson, George (1646), XVI. 62 n.

Henderson, Gilbert, footman, XI. 38.

Henderson, Henry, of Cleat, V. 113.

Henderson, James, of Fordel, XII. 37.

Henderson, James, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 75.

Henderson, James, farmer, XV. 185, 200.

Henderson, James, macer, VI. 143.

Henderson, James, tinker, V. 104.

Henderson, Janet, of Fawside, XIV. 169.

Henderson, Jean, VI. 156.

Henderson, John, macer, VI. 125; VIII. 153; IX. 117, 136, 137, 143; XI. 24.

Henderson, John (1684), warded, IX. 129, 131, 169, 171; XII. 166.

Henderson, John, skinner, VI. 77, 92.

Henderson, John, of Leiston, X. 212 n., 213 n., 214, 219; XII. 16.

Henderson, John, of Newington, X. 214.

Henderson, John, wright, XII. 129, 131.

Henderson, Mrs. Margaret, XII. 119.

Henderson, Matthew, III. 153, 165.

Henderson, Michael, XI. 27.

Henderson, Mr., treasurer, Canongate Church, XX. 22.

Henderson, Mungo, XII. 129.

Henderson, Patrick, reader in St. Giles', XIII. 30, 39, 40, 57 ; XVI. 46.

Henderson, Robert, of Fordel, III. 92.

Henderson, Robert, of Kinghom, XII. 46.

Henderson, Simeon, merchant, XI. 51.

Henderson, Sir Thomas, XIII. 128 n., 129.

Henderson, Thomas, covenanter, VIII. 113.

Henderson, Thomas, hammerman, XX. 109.

Henderson, Walter, of Granton, XII. 25, 26.

Henderson, William, owner of land in Burgh Muir X. 175, 176.

Henderson, William (1658), Canongate, IV. 123.

Henderson, William, precentor, XVI. 144.

Henderson, William, candlemaker, XVII. 135.

Henderson, William (1679), VI. 136.

Henderson, William, prior of Stirling, III. 74.

Henderson, William, son of Alexander, the merchant, III. 103.

Henderson's Close, XII. 16, 25 ; XIV. 75.

Henderson's Land, III. 79; XII. 131.

Henderson's Stairs, XII. 130.

Hendrie's Land, XVII. 106, 111.

Hendry, Alexander, transported, XII. 188.

Hendry, Archibald, warded, V. 121.

Hendry, David, cordiner, XVIII. 147.

Hendry, Janet, VI. 130.

Hendry, John Swynton, IV. 114.

Hendry, Robert, legacy to Candlemakers, XVII. 108.

Hendry, Thomas, XII. 136.

Henresoun, James, ‘forspekar ’ in dispute between town and laird of Restalrig, XVIII. 40. See Henderson, Henryson.

Henrison, David, burgess, III. 93.

Henrison, Friar John, III. 43, 80, 93.

Henrison, Margaret, III. 93.

Henry VI. of England, at priory of Black Friars, III. 25, 46, and n.

Henry VIII., III. 59.

Henry Earl of Northumberland, X. 7, 8.

Henry David, shoemaker, XII. 92.

Henry Robert, historian, III. 144 ; XIV. 172 and n.

Henry Thomas, wright, XIII. 119.

Henry William, ‘doctour‘ of Canongate School, XX. 7.

Henry Nisbett's Close, I. 88 ; XII. 154.

Henry Sand's Close, XII. 25.

Henry's Close, XII. 136.

Henryson, Andrew, XVI. 6. See Henderson, Henresoun, Henrison.

Henryson, Edward, baxter, IV. 94.

Henryson, Hary, successor to David Vocat, grammar school of Edinburgh, XX. 3.

Henryson, James, surgeon, X. 186.

Henryson, James, XII. 20.

Henryson, James, warded, XII. 197, 201, 204.

Henryson, James, flesher, XIII. 127.

Henryson, Josina, first prioress of St. Catherine's Convent, X. 106-10, 117, 120, 129.

Henryson, Laurence, XIII. 108, 129.

Henryson, Nicol, flesher, XIII. 129.

Henryson, Robert, ‘chirurgeane,’ V. 72.

Henryson, Robert (1537), X. 159.

Henryson, Simeon, of Liberton, XIII. 121, 131.

Henryson, Walter, of Cranburn, XII. 25.

Henryson, William, covenanter, II. 99.

Henryson, William, servant, IV. 100.

Hepburn, Sir Adam, of Humbie, II. 123; X. 45-6; XIV. 140; XVI. 93.

Hepburn, Andrew, skinner, XIII. 105.

Hepburn, Sir David, of Wauchton, III. 28, 92.

Hepburn, David, of Randerston, XII. 159.

Hepburn, George, goldsmith, XIX. 19.

Hepburn, Isabel, wife of George Lauder, owner of Bass Rock, XIII. 116 n.

Hepburn, James, Earl of Bothwell, I. 6; owner of lands of Whitehouse, X. 40; XV. 108.

Hepburn, James, of Bearford, XIII. 81.

Hepburn, Lady Jane (Lady Seton), a foundress of convent of St. Catherine of Siena, X. 114-15, 117.

Hepburn, Jean, sister of Bothwell, X. 40.

Hepburn, John, prior of St. Andrews, IX. 10.

Hepburn, John, member of Speculative Society, V. 172.

Hepburn, John, skinner, VI. 64, 76, 103.

Hepburn, Dame Jonet, Lady Seton, III. 100.

Hepburn, Margaret, XII. 20.

Hepburn, Sir Patrick, of Blackcastle, VIII. 156; XI. 46.

Hepburn, Sir Patrick, of Dunsyre, X. 114.

Hepburn, Patrick, of Hailes, IV. 36 ; XII. 37 ; XV. App. 9.

Hepburn, Patrick, of Kingston, II. 43.

Hepburn, Patrick, apothecary, XI. 57 ; XIII. 110.

Hepburn, Robert, of Bearford, owner of Lochbank, XIII. 79, 81, 82; dispute with Heriot's Hospital, 82-3 ; encroaches upon North Loch, 83-5; dispute with St. Cuthbert's kirk session, 85; extent of his lands, 86; granted feu by town council, 87; sells Lochbank to town, 88-9 ; owner of Black Turnpike, 123 n.

Hepburn, Robert, advocate, XIII. 115.

Hepburn, Robert, XII. 37.

Hepburn, Thomas, of Humbie, X. 45.

Hepburn, Captain William, XII. 106.

Heraldic devices: Napiers of Wrychtishousis, IV. 56, 61, 62, 66 ; the Stirlings, 62, 65; Napiers of Merchiston, 66 ; Park of Fulfordlees and branch of Scott family, 66, 67 ; Napier and Park, 68; Napier and Forrester, 69; Seton (Tytler), 70; Nisbet of Dean, 73. See Inscriptions and Sculptured Stones.

Heraldic windows in Magdalen Chapel, VIII. 5, 53 n.

Heralds, duties of, XVIII. 12.

Herbert, John, X. 147.

Hercules Insurance Co., XVII. 117.

Herd, David, balladist, III. 159.

Herdswell, XIX. 101.

Heriot, Alexander (1684), IX. 169; XII. 166.

Heriot, Alexander, High Riggs, XVIII. 158.

Heriot, Alexander, merchant, X. 237 ; XIII. 106, 121, 122, 123.

Heriot, Anna, of Lymphoy, I. 92.

Heriot, David, advocate, XX. 80.

Heriot, David, dyer, X. 74, 217, 219 n.

Heriot, Florice, V. 137.

Heriot, Franciscetta, XII. 22.

Heriot, George, of Ramornie, VI. 125.

Heriot, George (the elder), goldsmith, X. 228; XII. 22; XIV. 87 ; XV. 13, 28, 42.

Heriot, George, founder of hospital, I. 90, 92, 97 ; family of, 92 ; his booth, II. 228 ; III. 197, 227, 234; statue of, IV. 149; member of Society of Brewers, X. 237 ; XII. 22 ; will of, 84; XVI. 37.

Heriot, George, barber in Dalkeith, IX. 90.

Heriot, Helen, wife of Sir Thomas Craig, III. 193; X. 146; XIV. 93.

Heriot, Helen, witch, IV. 133.

Heriot, James, of Bonnington, XIX. 152, 156.

Heriot, James (1635), XIII. 124.

Heriot, James, High Riggs, XVIII. 158.

Heriot, Patrick, X. 73 ; XII. 22.

Heriot, Robert, of Trabroun and Lymphoy, III. 193; XIV. 93.

Heriot, Robert, wright, XVII. 113, 114.

Heriot Bridge, I. 22 ; II. 77.

Heriot Gardens, II. 74-5 ; III. 158.

Heriot Hill House, XVIII. App. 21.

Heriot Rental Book, II. 139.

Heriot Row, XIV. 156.

Heriot School, Cowgate, V. 90.

Heriot Trust, IV. 47 ; XIII. 80 ; their action against Hepburn of Bearford, 82 ; grant charter of Lochbank to town, 89; feu part of Broughton to town, 91 ; Candlemakers prosecute, XVII. 118 and n. ; App. 9 ; buy portion of High Riggs, XVIII. 154-5; and Broughton, App. 16-17 ; XIX. 86, 143. See Heriot's Hospital.

Heriot's Close, XII. 21, 22, 29.

Heriot's Croft, V. 81 ; X. 258, 259 ; XII. App. 19 ; XVIII. App. 20; XIX. 81.

Heriot's Green, XIV. 156.

Heriot's Hospital, I. 102 ; visit to, App. 4; II. 1, 8, 76, 78, 79, 84-6, 109, 170, 215; buys acres bounded by Telfer's Wall, 83 ; covenanting prisoners and wounded in, 92; sells land in Broughton, 167 ; III. 219; X. 151, 258; XII. 22, 91, 124; lands of, 218, 219; XIII. 76; XIV. 118; Lunardi's balloon ascent from, 154; 174, 179; XV. 134; Cromwell's wounded soldiers quartered in, 138, 156; 167; XVI. 37; Popish teacher of music, 161 ; not for Presbyterian services, 162; town's debt to, 166; XVII. 65; 149, 150; grounds proposed as site for Register House, 154, 155; 161; Grassmarket approach to, XVIII. 82, 159; drawings of, App. 10; XIX. 199, 200, 212; visit of Club to, App. 14.

Heriot's Wark, IX. 190; XX. 57.

Herkes, Adam, X. 131.

Herman, bishop of Arras, V. 60.

Hermand, Lord, III. 134. See also Fergusson, George

Hermiston, laird of, XIII. 130.

Hermitage of Braid, excursion to, XI. App. 13-16.

Heron, Lady Elizabeth, XIX. 85.

Heron, Patrick, of Heron, III. 152; XII. 131, 132.

Heron, Douglas and Co., bankers, XII. 93-5; XV. App. 12; XX. 56.

Heron's Court, I. 20; XI. 6, 10, 14; XII. 67, 131.

Heron's tavern, Cowgate, II. 154.

Heron-Maxwell, Sir J., III. 141.

Herries, Elizabeth, sister of the Sciennes, X. 127, 130.

Herries, Robert (1601), X. 43, 47; fiar of Whitehouse, 189.

Herries, William, X. 43, 189.

Herries, William Young, W.S., III. 173.

Herring, ‘Wastlin,’ II. 188; regulations, XV. 11.

Hertford, Earl of, II. 66; III. 26; destroys city and priory of Black Friars, 55, 59, 61 ; VI. 7 ; VII. xcviii; VIII. App. 4; X. 1, 23; city muniments destroyed by, 71; 125-6; 167, 190; XII. 214; XIV. 51; XV. 105, 127; XVI. 4; XIX. 153-4.

Hervey, James, his controversy with John Wesley, VIII. 176. See Harvey, Harvie.

Hetherwick, Andrew, of Pittillo, IX. 166, 167, 169, 170, 174; XI. 23.

Heuch, John, V. 151.

Hexham, John of, V. 21.

Hibernia Street, XII. 229.

High Calton, XIX. 135.

High Church. See St. Giles’.

High Constables of Edinburgh, origin of, IV. 109; XX. App. 35.

High Constables, Leith, XX. 65.

‘High Flyers,’ VIII. 176.

High Grammar School, XVI. 105, 107.

High Riggs, Touris' family and, II. 65, 122, 127 ; town purchases ten acres of, 75, 82; Lawsons of, 125; probable part of royal garden, XIV. 106-8; boundaries ; owned by Touris of Inverleith, XVIII. 81; 151— and n.; Richard Lawson of, 152-4; mansion of Lawsons; portion of, sold to Heriot's Hospital, 154; lands sold by Alexander Shaw, 158; removal of part of city wall, 159; building of Ramsay Lodge; lands advertised for sale, 164; Lauriston Lodge, residence of Borthwicks of Crookston, 166; 169 n., 170, 171, 177. See also Lauriston.

High Riggs House, XI. 9 ; XVI. 3 11..

High School of Edinburgh, II. 8; panel over entrance to, III. 5; scholars of, in Tolbooth, IV. 100, 148; V. 70; under control of Abbey of Holyrood, 70; charter by James v., 70; passes into control of town council, 70; special building in Black Friars' ground, 71 ; description of, 72 ; ‘barring out’ ; John Macmorran shot dead, 73-4; new school on site of old one, 85; present school on Calton Hill, 87 ; old building converted into surgical hospital, 87; VIII. 127; XI. 9, 10; XII. 58, 145, 150, 151; XIV. 66, 136 n., 153; XV. 35; ‘barring out’ incident, 46; 162, 163 ; XVII. 2; XVIII. 83; XIX. 221 ; XX. 1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 17, 18, 20, 22, 140; App. 7.

High School, Canongate. See Canongate and Grammar School.

High School, Leith, XX. 67.

High School Close, XI. 10.

High School Wynd, I. 19; III. 24; V. 68, 77, 79, 85, 86, 90, 91; XII. 150, 151; XIII. 125, 129; XV. 102.

High School Yards, II. 8; V. 79, 85, 87, 89, 90; Wesley preaches in, VIII. 166, 167; XI. 10, 15; XII. 150.

High Street, map showing old houses in, at March 1908, I. 1; centre of city life, II. 2 ; uproar in, XVI. 113 ; lighting of, 134; lowering and levelling of, XVIII. 87, 88, 90, 92, 96. See Regis Vicus.

Highland Society, XII. 75; site of first show of, XV. App. 21.

Hill, Alexander, publisher, III. 231.

Hill, Birkbeck, V. 23.

Hill, Cumberland, I. 114-15, 119, 131; II. 131 n.

Hill, David, owner of Lochbank acres, XIII. 81.

Hill, Deacon (1784), XIV. 14.

Hill, Edward, clerk of Tolbooth, IV. 117, 134; V. 115, 149; VI. 123.

Hill, Henry, W.S., III. 173.

Hill, James, bailie in Queensferry, IX. 117.

Hill, John, tenant of lands of Greenside, XVII. App. 14.

Hill, John (1685), XI. 28.

Hill, Peter, bookseller, IX. 224.

Hill, Robert, ‘causay layer,’ XI. 44.

Hill, Robert, XII. 83.

Hill, Thomas, wright in Multrieshill, III. 161; XVII. 156, 158, 161, 171.

Hill, William, weaver in Calton, XVIII. 73.

Hill, William, III. 82.

Hillhousefield, XIX. 144, 145 n., 147, 148, 157, 158, 160-2, 177, 181-8; grant to Thomas Crawford, 143; Sir James Sandilands infeft in portion of; George Logan and, 150; Kincaids own portions of, 155, 182; first mention of; early portioners mostly sailors ; boundaries, 181 ; Gourlays and, 182; old manor-house, 183-4; Kincaids erect present mansion; sold to Sir James Cockbum, 184; the Laws and; sold to William Robertson of Ladykirk; later owners, 185 ; mansion described, 185-6 ; XX. App. 9.

Hilston, John, treasurer for the Parliament House, XIII. 76 n.

Hind, Samuel, XII. 159.

Hislop, Jean, XIX. 103.

Hislop, John, warded, XI. 61 ; XII. 162.

Hislop, Robert, merchant, VI. 129.

Hislop, William, IV. 140.

Historical Notices, Fountainhall's, XVI. Introd. X, xxv; history of MS., xxviii-xxix ; extracts from, 79-167.

Historie and Life of James Sext, XVI. Introd. x ; selections from, xv ; MS. probably written by John Colville, xv.

Hoche, John, X. 131.

Hodge, James, brewer, XII. 82.

Hodge, John (1674), VI. 127.

Hodge, (Hooge), John, messenger, VI. 129.

Hodge, John, cordiner, XVIII. 75.

Hodge, Thomas, brewer, Portsburgh, XX. 48 ; feus ground in Dalry, 46-7.

Hodge, Thomas, Calton (1744), XIX. 101.

Hodge's Court and Close, XII. 81.

Hodge's Land, XII. 82.

Hodgetts, R. M., engraver, IX. 108, 109.

Hodgetts, Thomas, engraver, IX. 108, 109.

Hog, George, brewer, XII. 121. See Hoge, Hogg, Hooge.

Hog, John, of Drylaws, X. 218 n.

Hog, John, and Restalrig Church, IV. 156 n.

Hog, Patrick, warded, XII. 158.

Hog, Robert, of Hogistoun, X. 36.

Hog, Robert (1631), in Calton, XVIII. 46.

Hog, Roger, of Newliston, XVIII. 167, 173.

Hog, Roger, bailie, South Leith, XV. 171.

Hog, Thomas, of Newliston, XVIII. 167.

Hog, Thomas (1631), in Calton, XVIII. 46.

Hog, Thomas, of Ayr Bank, XX. 56.

Hog, Thomas, imprisoned on Bass, IX. 130-1.

Hog, Walter, of Hogistoun, X. 36.

Hog, Walter, linen manufacturer, XX. 53.

Hog, William, X. 218 n.

Hogarth, George, XX. App. 23.

Hoge, John, 1669, warded, V. 147. See Hog, Hogg, Hooge.

Hoge, John (1685), banished, XII. 187.

Hogg, Anthony, V. 105. See Hog, Hooge.

Hogg, James, of Cambo, IV. 29.

Hogg, James, Ettrick Shepherd, I. 51 ; on Right and Wrong Club, III. 166-7 ; IX. 106 ; XIV. 146 ; lodges in Gabriel's Road, XVII. 79 n.

Hogg, James, vintner, XIII. 121, 122.

Hogg, (Hoog), John, pursuivant, XI. 53, 56; XVIII. 25.

Hogg, Thomas Jefferson, opposes Shelley's views on marriage, XI. 76 ; residence in Edinburgh, 78 ; returns to York, 82 ; his dishonourable advances to Mrs. Shelley, 85 n.

Hogg, Walter, accountant, XIX. 112.

Hogg, William, member of Poker Club, III. 152.

Hogistoun or Whitehouse. See Whitehouse.

Hogstoun, prebendary of, X. 38.

Hole, William, engraver, IX. 79.

Hole, William B., IX. 107-8.

Holland, Lord, at Friday Club, III. 122-3.

Holland, Ralph, VIII. 118.

Holland, Scots settlement in, XIV. 141 n.

Hollar, Wenceslaus, his View of Edinburgh, III. 6-7, 8.

Holm Cultram. See Harehope.

Holmes, Angus, XII. 159.

Holmes, Margaret, XII. 167.

Holstein, Duke of, XIV. 66.

Holy Blood Acre, XIX. 146 n.

Holy League, IX. 2.

Holy Mount, chapel on, X. 85.

Holy Rood, chapel of the, St. Giles’, III. 211-12; stones used to build New Tolbooth, 212, 219; XIII. 1. See also Crucifixion, Chapel of the, and St. Giles' Church.

Holy Rood, altar of. See St. Giles' Church.

Holyrood, abbot of (1523), IX. 13, 14, 36 ; Elias of, IV. 193 ; Adam of, V. 23.

Holyrood, Abbey, I. 12; Montrose's remains deposited in, 36-8, 44, 45; canons of, 130; III. 54, 226; Saughton an appanage of, 194 ; recent excavations and researches at, IV. 191-3 ; early church at, 193-4; fragment of ancient causeway, 194; Celtic church at, V. 2n.; foundation charter, 41, 48, 49; High School under control of, 70; description of buildings, VII. Introd. lxi-lxiv; altars in, xciv; lectern stolen from, xcviii-cii; altars of St. Andrew and St. Katherine at,c ; foundation of, 63-6 ; abbots, 69; X. 2, 3 n., 4; St. Cuthbert's assigned to canons of, 6; marriage of James IV. in, 66, 95; altar of Canongate Tailors in, XI. 127 ; gateway, XII. 77; 214; territorial possessions adjoining city, XIII. 79, 80; canons of, and Canongate, XIV. 27; David I.'s gift of land to, 102, 117, 118, 126; Broughton part of possessions of, XVIII. App. 14; XIX. 92, 93, 126, 143, 144, 147, 181, 187; XX. 2, 5, 7, 20; abbot of, patron of Canongate

Holyrood Grammar School, 3, 6; pittance silver payable to, 80; App. 20, 22.

Holyrood Charters, XX. 2.

Holyrood Church, IX. 10; XVIII. 109, 121, 127; XX. 103, 104; Canongate Hammermen meet in, 90; Chapel Royal, 92-3; App. 22. See also Canongate Church.

Holyrood Gardens, II. 23.

Holyrood Ordinale, a Scottish Version of a Directory of English Augustinian Canons, with Manual and other Liturgical Forms, VII. Preface to, ix-xi; Introd., method of editing, ; manuscript described, xvi; date of writing, xviii; purpose of book, xx; relation to other Service Books in general, ; relation to other Scottish Service Books, xxv; relation to English Augustinian Uses, xxviii; preliminary matter and the Kalendar, xli; Martyrology, xlix; Gospels and Homilies for reading in Chapter 1; Rule and Augustinian Order, ; local historical matter, lvi ; the Ordinale, lxiv; the Manuale, lxxviii; Litany, lxxxi; Inventory, lxxxii; Text, form of bidding prayer, 1-2 ; at receiving brethren, 2 ; form of absolution from excommunication, 3; verses explaining order of Scripture lessons and books, 4; Kalendar, 6; rules for ‘ histories ’ in divine service, 18; forms of excommunication and absolution, 19; preces at the Day Hours, 20; Martyrology, 25; Gospels and Homilies for reading in Chapter, 25 ; Rule of St. Augustine, 62 ; history of foundation of Holyrood, 63; on a miracle during its erection, 66 ; history of foundation of St. Mary's Isle, 67; names of abbots of Holyrood, 69; Ordinale, 70; visitation of the sick, 174; the Commendation, 185; burial of the dead, 188; reception of one brought for burial from outside, 199; procession to cemetery in commemora— tion of departed, 200; blessing of meat and eggs, 202 ; a general blessing, 203 ; blessing of food and drink, 203; for those on a journey, 203 ; on Saturdays at the Maundy, 204 ; Litany, 205 ; inventory of vestments and ornaments (1493), 212; appendices, 217-21, X. 2.

Holyrood Park, IV. 186; keeper of, XVIII. 185-7. See also King's Park and Salisbury Crags.

Holyrood Press, XVIII. App. 11.

Holyrood Sanctuary, I. 13; XV. 55; abuses of privilege, 59; William the Lion attempts their reformation but is opposed by Innocent m., 60; Scot, an unsuccessful litigant, seeks refuge in, 61 ; violation of sanctuary, 63-4; boundaries of, 64-6, 74; wall built round by James v., 65; Sir John Bellenden of Auchnowl and his heirs male appointed heritable justiciars, 66; office of bailie, 67-72, 78, 80, 88, 94; bailie court, 70-1 ; sanctuary statistics, 72 ; description of dwellers in, 72-3, 75 ; inmates of, patronise lotteries, 73-4; houses in, 74; method of application for sanctuary, 75-6 ; form of ‘protection,’ 76 ; case of Hamilton of Redhouse, 76-8; court-house and jail, 78-80; debts contracted while in sanctuary, 79-80; Sunday privileges, 81-2; practice of sanctuary, 83-4; Act of Grace, 84-5; Cessio bonorum, 85-6; privilege not to apply to Crown debtors, 87 ; attempts to draw inmates beyond boundary, 89; life in sanctuary, 90; peers immune from creditors, 94; Charles X. a resident, 95-6, 106 ; passing of, 98 ; XVI. 101 ; search for Renwick, 141.

Holyroodhouse, Lord, III. 188, 215 ; XIV. 57.

Holyroodhouse, Palace of, I. 4, 13, 107 ; Gothic porch at, 13 ; inner court, 101 ; Prince Charles at, II. 57-8, 108, 163; sundial at, 235; Cromwell's burning of, III. 6, 25, 128; Earl of Surrey at, 50-1; IV. 50, 51; Robert Mylne, ‘restorer ’ of, 149; breach of contract by King's Master Mason regarding, VI. 143; ball at, VIII. 37; John Wesley on, 193-4; preparations for reception of Margaret Tudor, IX. 14; Lady Nairne resides at, 227 ; lordship of, X. 7; XII. 214; XIV. 113; XVI. 59, 68, 75; King's Park, 95, 117; arrival of Lennox, 62 ; blue-gownsmen at, 54; burial of Archbp. Fairfull, 68 ; body of Glencairn lies in state, 70; Cromwell's troops at, 36; fires, 36, 156; Cromwell repairs, 52-3; installation of Lord Lyon, 67 ; Rothes resides at, 70; Francis, Earl Bothwell, tries to capture James v1., 26-9; royal arms, 39; Popish worship at, 153; pensions to Popish chaplains, 157; anti-Popish paper posted up, 162; masses for Charles II., 164 ; Popish college at, 165; attack on Papists, 172; chapel ornaments, 172 ; damaged by mob, 173; King's men and Queen's men, 22 ; ministers of Abbey Kirk, 126, 127; translation of bishops, 138; monuments, App. 15-26; gateway of, XVII. 150; ceremonial at coronation of Charles I., XVIII. 13-23; investiture of Knights of the Thistle at, 32; keepership of 5. royal park of, 185 ; XIX. 89, 176, 243 ; kirk of, 2; festivities at, 34; balls at, 67-8; XX. 8, 20; Robert Stewart, commendator of, 4, 5.

Hombil, Elizabeth, III. 78a. See Hommyl, Humble.

Home, Agnes, X. 218 n., 219 n., 220. See Hume.

Home, Alexander, Lord, Great Chamberlain of Scotland, becomes provost, II. 67; XV. App. 9.

Home, Alexander, fifth Lord (1573), XVI. 13.

Home, Sir Alexander, of Hogistoun, X. 36, 38.

Home, Alexander, of Kennetsidelands, XX. App. 34.

Home, Alexander, member of Poker Club, III. 153, 154; X. 218 n.

Home, Alexander, town clerk of Leith, XV. 172, 174, 177.

Home, Alexander, clerk, Canongate cordiners, XVIII. 111.

Home, Alexander, covenanter, VIII. 133, 142.

Home, Ann, XIV. 172.

Home, Archibald, tacksman, XVI. 163.

Home, Bruce J., Provisional List of Old Houses Remaining in High Street and Oanongate of Edinburgh, I. 1-30; Cannon-Ball House, II. 117-19; his Old Houses of Edinburgh, 122 ; tribute to his work, V. App. 8 ; XII. 41 ; XIV. 51, 67.

Home, Christopher, XIV. 37, 43.

Home, Cuthbert, flesher, IV. 141.

Home, David, of Grange, XII. 57, 58.

Home, David, litster, XII. 108, 114, 137.

Home, David, Leith captain (1571), XVI. 19; XVIII. 35.

Home, Elizabeth, wife of John Jack, XII. 96.

Home, Dr. Francis, III. 152.

Home, George, of Branxon, III. 150, 151, 153.

Home, George, of Wedderbum, III. 144.

Home, George, town clerk of Leith, XIV. 172 ; XV. 174.

Home, George, W.S., XX. 56.

Home, Henry (Lord Kames), house of, I. 11; III. 151; IV. 37; his writings criticised by Wesley, VIII. 200-1 ; IX. 97; XI. 10, 15; resident in Advocates' Close, XII. 25 ; his mansion in New St., 96; XIV. 173; XV. App. 13; regular attendance at dancing Assembly, XIX. 71 ; connected with Musical Society, 225.

Home, Henry, bailie of Holyrood, XV. 68.

Home, James, third Earl of, V. 105.

Home, James, fifth Earl of, VI. 148 ; XI. 40.

Home, Sir James, of Eccles, V. 134.

Home, Jenny, sister of author of Douglas, XIV. 147, 171.

Home, John, of Powburn, X. 220.

Home, John, author of Douglas, II. 6; on Provost Stewart's critics, 21 n. ; III. 152, 153; IV. 37; grave of, VII. App. 7; Wesley's opinion of his writings, VIII. 202 ; XII. App. 10; XIV. 147, 171, 172; XV. 174.

Home, John, coachbuilder, feuar in Princes Street, I. 142-9, 154; X. 218 n., 219 n., 220; XII. 108.

Home, John, keeper of Charity Workhouse, Leith Wynd, XVII. 74.

Home, John, minister of Eccles, X1. 160.

Home, Margaret A., X. 218 n., 219 n., 220.

Home, Mary, Countess of, builder of Moray House, XII. App. 21.

Home, Patrick (1572), captain of Regent's horsemen, XVI. 5, 6, 24.

Home, Sir Patrick (1685), XVI. 146.

Home, Peter, builder of Carthall, XII. 138.

Home, Peter, carter, X. 148, 234.

Home, Robert, at Crawfordjohn, V. 141.

Home, William, minister at Ayton, V. 113.

Home's Close, XII. 24, 69 ; in Canongate, 108.

Hommyl, Robert, III. 78a. See Hombil, Humble.

Honest Yorkshireman, XI. 168.

Honorius III., pope, III. 78; approves of order of Friar Preachers, 19, 21, 32.

Honourable (The) Company of Edinburgh Golfers, the Silver Club, XVIII. 4 ; meetings in Lucky Clephan's tavern, Leith; club-house on Leith Links, 5; club-house, portraits and old silver disposed of, 6-7 ; diploma of membership, 7.

‘Honours of Scotland,’ VIII. 205,‘ 206-8, 209-11 ; XVI. 39, 58; taken to Castle, 63.

Hood, Adam, covenanter, XII. 166.

Hooge, Andro, VIII. 137. See Hog, Hoge, Hogg.

Hookmakers, XIX. 2, 29.

Hoope, Hemy, XV. 17. See Hope.

Hooper, Richard, XII. 15. See Hopper.

Hope, Alexander, tailor, XII. 110. See Hoope.

Hope, Sir Archibald, member of Wig Club, III. 141.

Hope, Archibald, writer, XII. 102.

Hope, Archibald (1766), XII. 48.

Hope, Charles, lord president, XII. App. 7; XX. 145, 146.

Hope, Hon. Charles, XIX. 68.

Hope, Charles, prof. of chemistry, XVIII. 208.

Hope, Charles, merchant, XII. 110.

Hope, Edward, XII. 9, 10, 61; XIV. 62, 70; XV. 34, 35.

Hope, Elspeth, XII. 9.

Hope, Lady Helen, XIX. 68.

Hope, Henry, XII. 9.

Hope, James, of Wardie Lodge, XX. 44.

Hope, James, W.S., XVIII. 207.

Hope, Sir John (1825), XVIII. 203; XX. 68.

Hope, John, founder of Hopetoun family, XIV. 62; XV. 120.

Hope, John, M.D., XX. 44.

Hope, John, W.S., XX. App. 35.

Hope, Lord, XIX. 68.

Hope, Marion-Ann, wife of James Walker, secundus, of Dalry, XX. 44.

Hope, Sir Thomas, lord advocate, V. 108; diary of, VI. 9 ; owner of Wester Granton, VIII. App. 4; XI. 7; XII. 9, 59, 61, 62 ; town house of, 129; XIII. 66, 69, 71, 141 and n. ; XIV. 62, 70, 71 ; XX. App. 25-6.

Hope, Sir Thomas, of Kerse, XIII. 139 and n., 140.

Hope, Thomas, of Rankeillor, I. 33; his improvement of the Meadows, X. 258-60 ; XVIII. 169.

Hope, Sir William Johnstone, vice-admiral, XV. 208.

Hope House, Castlehill, XI. 10.

Hope House, Cowgate, carved stones at, XIV. 71.

Hope House, Park Chapel, XII. 236.

Hope House, Villas, XII. 236.

Hope's Close, XII. 48, 61, 129; XIV. 67.

Hope's Court, XII. 30, 48.

Hope's Land, XII. 110.

Hope's Park, I. 33; Highland army at, II. 24; V. 81; X. 232, 259; XII. 100; XVIII. 172, 175.

Hopetoun, Anne, second Countess of, XIX. 50; a directress of the ‘Assembly,’ 89.

Hopetoun, James, third Earl of, I. 145.

Hopetoun, John, second Earl of, large benefactor of Old Infirmary, V. 83; XV. 155, 160.

Hopetoun, John, fourth Earl of, IX. 108 ; XV. App. 13.

Hopetoun, John, fifth Earl of, III. 141.

Hopetoun, family, XX. App. 26.

Hopetoun, House, Tenducci at, XIX. 216 ; excursion to, App. 14.

Hoppar, Adam, IX. 31, 41 n.; feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 73 ; XII. 14.

Hoppar, Richard, founds altar of St. Roch in St. Giles', X. 173, 174.

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

Hopper, Christopher, XIX. 110. See Hooper.

Hopper, David, XII. 15.

Hopper, James, of Bourhouses, XIII. 129, 130.

Hopper, Friar James, III. 73.

Hopper, Janet, wife of Hugh Rig, XIV. App. 15.

Hopper, John, III. 81.

Hopper's Close, XII. 14.

Hoppringill, David, apothecary, XV. 24. See Pringle.

Horn, John, wright, XIX. 111, 112.

Horn Order, III. 178 ; XIX. 34-5.

Horne, Andrew, VI. 124.

Horne, Janet, XV. 46.

Horne, William, transported, XII. 188.

Horner, Francis, III. 114; XIV. 136 n.

Horner, (Homour), John, VI. 68, 71, 95.

Horner, Leonard, III. 115; XIV. 136 n.

Horner, family, XVII. App. 9.

Horsburgh, Jo., IV. 163.

Horsburgh, John, engraver, IX. 99-101.

Horse Wynd, Canongate, I. 13, 14, 18; depôt for Sedan chairs in, IX. 212-13; XII. 124, 125; XV. 65.

Horse Wynd, Cowgate, I. 19, 20 ; II. 8, 70; V. 86; XI. 9, 11, 14; XII. 143, 144; XIII. 120, 133; XIV. 137, 138, 140, 141; demolition of, XVII. App. 30-1.

Horseman, Edward, supervisor of excise, X. 201, 202.

Horseman, Mary, X. 202.

Horseman, William, X. 202.

Hospital of Our Lady, Leith Wynd, XV. 133.

Hostelries, early enactments regarding, XIV. 125.

House of Refuge, XV. App. 21.

Houston, Alex, proprietor of Easter Morningside, X. 199 and n.

Houston, George, of Johnstoun, VIII. 154.

Houston, Sanders, VI. 65.

Houston, Sanders, field-preacher, XVI. 167.

Houtoun, Robert, XI. 32. See Hutton.

Hoveden, English chronicler, V. 34.

Howden, James, clockmaker, III. 232; X. 202.

Howie, John, V. 128.

Howie, (Howee), Thomas, skinner, VI. 66.

Howieson, David, merchant, IX. 125.

Howieson, Isobel, XII. 174, 175.

Howieson, John, Braehead, XV. 182.

Howieson, John, skinner, VI. 76.

Howieson, Thomas, schoolmaster, VIII. 108.

Howieson, Walter, of Granton, XII. 26 n.

Howieson, William, engraver, IX. 101.

Howmains, laird of, XVI. 21.

Hucheson, John, merchant, X. 211, 214 n. See Huchison, Hutcheson, Hutchison.

Hucheson, Thomas, armourer, XX. 101.

Hucheson, William, XX. App. 12.

Huchison, John, V. 137.

Hugh Brown's Close, XII. 151.

Hui, John, XII. 167.

Hui, Samuel, XII. 167.

Hullah, John, XX. App. 34.

Humbie, laird of, XVI. 93.

Humble, John, plumber, I. 142, 143 ; his feu, XVII. 158. See Hombil, Hommyl.

Hume, Lord, IV. 81 11.. See Home.

Hume, Alexander, provost of Edinburgh and Chamberlain of Scotland, IX. 6, 9, 12, 21, 23.

Hume, Alexander, merchant, XII. 15.

Hume, David, I. 4, 5, 11 ; houses associated with, 5 n. ; II. 6; his account of Provost Archibald Stewart's conduct, 21 n.; and Poker Club, III. 147, 148, 152, 153; IV. 37; Wesley and, VIII. 199; IX. 94, 108, 111; X. 146; XI. 10; resident in Big Jack's Land, 79; XII. 15, 51, 96; his tomb, App. 31; XIV. 65, 75; XV. App. 12, 13; keeper of Advocates' Library, XVIII. App. 24; his grave, XIX. 131; XX. App. 34.

Hume, David, prof. of Scots law, III. 144, 151.

Hume, George, minister of Ayton, IV. 120.

Hume, John, of Kello, V. 134.

Hume, Captain John, in Quhytfeild, IV. 114.

Hume, Sir Patrick, of Polwarth, VI. 132; VIII. 86 ; XIII. 106 and n. ; XIX. 171.

Hume, Major Patrick, VI. 122.

Hume, Thomas (1515), IX. 20.

Hume, Thomas, XII. 15.

Hume, Thomas, sergt. (1689), XVI. 182.

Hume, William, III. 161.

Hume, William, of Ninewells, III. 153; XIX. 131.

Hume's Close, I. 21 ; XII. 108, 137, 154.

Humph's Close, XII. 69.

Hunter, Adam, warded, VIII. 118.

Hunter, Alexander, tacksman, Canonmills, XVIII. App. 22.

Hunter, Alexander, of Blackness, Scott's béte noire, XX. App. 22.

Hunter, Andrew, baxter, XIII. 127.

Hunter, Dr. Andrew, Tron Church, XIV. 172, 173.

Hunter, David, of Blackness, XX. App. 22.

Hunter, Gilbert, Dingwall pursuivant, XVIII. 14.

Hunter, Sir James, & Co., bankers, III. 220, 236; XIV. 150.

Hunter, James, physician, XII. 61.

Hunter, James, writer, XIII. 127.

Hunter, James, treasurer to Advocates, XVI. 157.

Hunter, James, his ground chosen for St. Cecilia's Hall, XIX. 224-6, 228.

Hunter, Jeromie, VI. 132.

Hunter, John, advocate, III. 177.

Hunter, John, boxmaster of Society of Chairmasters, IX. 198.

Hunter, John, Abbeyhill, XII. 105, 143.

Hunter, Rev. John, XIV. 172, 173.

Hunter, John, tailor, XIII. 111, 118.

Hunter, John, banished, XII. 187.

Hunter, Mrs., chairmistress, IX. 204.

Hunter, Mungo, smith, XX. App. 12.

Hunter, Robert, baxter, XIII. 122.

Hunter, Samuel, quarrier, XIII. 40.

Hunter, Sir Thomas, town clerk, X. 33-4, 261.

Hunter, Thomas (1598), X. 228.

Hunter, Thomas, his house within sanctuary invaded by armed men, XV. 63-4.

Hunter, Thomas, supposed murderer, XVII. 78.

Hunter, William, XII. 115. V

Hunter, William, joint publisher of Plan of Edinburgh (1824), XII. 235, 241, 245.

Hunter Square, XVIII. 93.

Hunter's Close, I. 22 ; XII. 60, 61.

Hunter's tavern, Writers' Court, II. 154.

Hunters, Hon. Company of, IX. 206 ; balls of, held at Holyroodhouse, XIX. 67-8.

Huntly, Alexander, third Earl of, IX. 13, 17, 37.

Huntly, George, fourth Earl of, V. 54.

Huntly, George, fifth Earl of, XVI. 17, 24.

Huntly, George, first Marquess of, supposed town house of, I. 14-15 ; XIII. 67 ; XIV. 2.

Huntly, George, second Marquess of, XVI. 62.

Huntly, George, fourth Marquess of, VI. 157.

Huntly Close, XII. 117.

‘Huntly House,’ I. 14-15; II. 19; XI. 10, 14 ; XIII. App. 5 ; no evidence that it was town house of Lords Huntly, XIV. 1, 2 ; what title-deeds show, 2-4; owned by Hammer-men, 3 ; various tenants, 3-4; bought by town council, 4, 70; carved stones at, XVII. 29-30; App. 31 ; visit to, XIX. App. 13 ; XX. 79 ; App. 8.

Huntroddis, William, III. 97.

Husband, Paul, merchant, XV. 79.

Hussar, The ; or, Harlequin Restor’d, XI. 167.

Hutcheson, George, bedeman, XVII. 52. See Hucheson, Hutchison.

Hutcheson, John, candlemaker, XVII. 144.

Hutcheson, Nicoll, chaplain, XVII. 53.

Hutcheson's Close, XII. 34.

Hutchison, Colonel, XVIII. 166. See Hucheson, Hutcheson.

Hutchison, George, commissioner to Breda, XVI. 34.

Hutchison, James, minister at Kilellan, IX. 160; XI. 58.

Hutchison, John, original member of Wagering Club, II. 152.

Hutchison, John, keeper of register of sasines, XIV. 151, 153, 169, 174.

Hutchison, John, officer, Burlaw Court, XV. 177, 190, 194.

Hutchison, John, conventicler, VI. 114; VIII. 130. 131.

Hutchison, Thomas, baker, XIV. 152.

Hutchison, William, skinner, VI. 90.

Hutchisone, George, V. 128.

Hutchison's Land, Water of Leith, XIX. 100.

Hutton, James, geologist, XIII. App. 16; and Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 208. See Houtoun.

Hutton, John, papermaker, XIX. 202, 237.

Hutton, Robert, fiddler, XIX. 49, 50.

Hyndford, Countess of (1740), XIV. 57; XVII. App. 30.

Hyndford, James, Earl of, XII. 84; Provost Drummond and, IV. 30.

Hyndford, Earl of (1795), I. 144.

Hyndford Close, I. 10 ; IV. 80 ; XI. 6, 10, App. 9; XII. 84.

Hyndford House, XI. 10.