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General Index to
The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

I

Idle, Francisoa, owner of mansion and park of Dalry, XX. 41.

Idle, John, chief baron of Exchequer, XX. 48; infeft in lands of Dalry, 40; his career, 41.

Ilay, Lord. See Argyle, John, second Duke of.

‘Improvements,’ city (1820-30), XII. 249.

Improvements Commissioners, XVII. 125.

Imrie, George, I. 43.

Inch, The, Liberton, I. 78; II. 39, 43; visit to, VII. App. 8 ; carved stones at, XIV. 53, 67; Club's visit to (1930), XVIII. App. 27-30; architecture described, 28 ; Cromwell's sword preserved at; acquired by Gilmours of Craigmillar; distinguished tenants of, 30.

Inchgarvie, IX. 4, 12; XVI. App. 13-15.

Incidents and Documents, 1513-23, by R. K. Hannay, IX. 1-48.

Incorporated Trades, composition of, and methods of election, II. 7 and n.

Index to the whole Musick belonging to the Edinburgh Musical Society, XIX. 234, 235.

Industrious Club, III. 178.

Infirmary, Royal, II. 1, 8, 9; balls in aid of, 11 ; founded by Provost Drummond, 18; wounded from Prestonpans brought to, 31, 44; appeal for linen for dressings, 44 ; III. 163 ; IV. 14-16, 20; first building erected, 16, 31-4, 53 ; ‘An Account of the Rise and Establishment of the Infirmary or Hospital for Sick-poor, erected at Edinburgh,’ V. 79; charter of incorpora tion from George II., 80; site acquired at Thomson's Yards, 81 ; first building partly opened in 1741, 82 ; all classes assist project, 82 ; completed in 1748, 83 ; Sandby's prospective view of original building, 83 ; managers acquire old High School, 87 ; George Watson's Hospital purchased, 91 ; new premises in Lauriston, 91 ; Sedan chair at, IX. 218; XI. 10, 164; XIV. 116; beginnings of, XV. 140-1 ; premises in Robertson's Close, 143; success of charity box, 144; managers' first report, 144; original subscribers, 145; ground secured for rearing medicinal plants, 145-6; charter granted, 147 ; Surgeons' Hospital, 147-8 ; union with surgeons, 149; plans for erection of original building, 150-1 ; foundation stone laid, 151-3, 155; appeal for funds; ready for patients, 155; becomes military hospital, 156; Dr. Rutherford's lectures, 156-7; diet of patients; visiting physicians, 158; students' fees, 159-60; duties of managers, matron, etc., 160-1; bust of Provost Drummond secured, 162 ; need for, and erection of new premises in Lauriston, 162-3 ; Candlemakers original subscribers to, XVII. 118; XVIII. 158 ; XIX. 74, 225 n. ; proceeds of dancing Assembly for, 47, 77; Musical Society of Edinburgh assist, 235-6.

Ingibjorg, Queen, Malcolm III.'s first wife, V. 5.

Inglis, Alexander, dean of Dunkeld, III. 91. See Inglish.

Inglis, Alexander, of Murdiston, owner of Lady Stair's House, III. 244 n., 246; XII. 15.

Inglis, Captain, IX. 151.

Inglis, David, a director of Musical Society, XIX. 195.

Inglis, Francis Caird, Old Cellars and Relics Discovered during the Excavations for the New Chapel at St. Giles' Cathedral, II. 225-29; III. 209.

Inglis, Gilbert, skinner, VI. 64.

Inglis, Henry, III. 175, 176.

Inglis, Henry David, XII. App. 9.

Inglis, Isabella, XII. 15.

Inglis, James, merchant, III. 197.

Inglis, James, deacon of Skinners, VI. 66-8, 71, 78, 82-4, 86, 89, 92, 94, 95, 105, 106.

Inglis, James, XII. 18.

Inglis, James (1741), XII. 115.

Inglis, John, of Cramond, III. 197 ; VI. 124.

Inglis, John, deacon of Skinners, VI. 76, 77, 103, 106.

Inglis, John, master of Canongate School, XX. 18-20, 23.

Inglis, Marian, III. 197.

Inglis, Sir Patrick, XVII. App. 9.

Inglis, Patrick, of East Barns, VIII. 153.

Inglis, Patrick, goldsmith, XIX. 19.

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

Inglis, Robert, mason, XVII. 164.

Inglis, Thomas, pewterer, VIII. 35, 47.

Inglis, William, W.S., XII. 115.

Inglis, William, covenanter, II. 95.

Inglis' Close, XII. 115.

Inglis Green, II. 20.

Inglish, Isobel, VI. 130. See Inglis.

Inglish, John, VI. 128.

Ingram, Thomas, IX. 131, 133, 140, 154.

Innerleith. See Inverleith.

Innerleithen sanctuary, XV. 58.

Innerpeffer (Inverpepper), Lord (Sir Andrew Fletcher), XIII. 128.

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

Innes, Agnes, IV. 133.

Innes, Alexander, V. 133 ; IX. 150.

Innes, Alexander, clerk depute, Burlaw Court, XV. 174, 191.

Innes, Cosmo, III. 175, 176.

Innes, George, cashier of Royal Bank, XIV. 2 ; XX. 82 ; loan to riding school, 131.

Innes, Gilbert, of Stow, XIX. 202, 237, 244 ; buys Drum estate, XX. App. 32.

Innes, James, V. 126.

Innes, John, physician, XV. 145.

Innes, John (1689), XVI. 183.

Innes, Robert, W.S., Lyon Depute, XVIII. 25.

Innes, Robert, merchant, IX. 168 ; XI. 21.

Innes, Robert, painter, IX. 111.

Innes's Chapel, XIX. 135, 136.

Innocent III., pope, III. 16.

Innocent IV., pope, bulls by, V. 34, 35, 50.

Innocent X., pope, V. 60.

Innocent XI., pope, V. 61.

Innocent XII., pope, V. 61.

‘Innocent Railway,’ XVII. 3.

Inns, state of, II. 3 ; determining factor as to site, XIV. 123 ; in the Middle Ages, 124; localities of Edinburgh inns, 124, 128 ; enactments in their favour, 125 ; accommodation provided, 126 ; White Horse inns, 126-31 ; acts compelling travellers to lodge at inns, 125 ; Coach and Horses inn, 126 ; the Black Bull, 131; the Red Lyon, 134-6; the George, 139-45 ; forsaken for hotels, 145-6.

Inscriptions on stones of Wrychtis-housis, IV. 56, 57, 60-5, 68-71. See Sculptured Stones.

Insurance Co. of Edinburgh, XVIII. 147.

Inventory (Holyrood Ordinale), VII. Introd. lxxxii; 212.

Inverleith, laird of, XIII. 41. See Touris.

Inverleith, lands of, I. 98; II. 75; quarry at, 235 ; III. 81 ; XIV. 138, 140; XV. 171, 190; XVI. 115; XIX. 148, 155, 183 ; X-X. App. 13.

Inverleith, House, XVII. 79.

Inverleith, Row, opened, XX. App. 21.

Iona, monastery at, V. 14, 25; stone relics of Celtic kings of Alba at, 23 n.

Ireland, David, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 75; XII. 20.

Ireland, Elizabeth, III. 97.

Ireland, (Yrland), John, IX. 30, 41 n.

Ireland, John, warded, XII. 159, 167.

Ireland, Patrick, bailie, XII. 20, I53.

Ireland, Robert, V. 151.

Ireland's Close, XI. 10; XII. 19, 20.

Iron-house, Old Tolbooth, XII. 158.

Ironet, William, V. 110.

Ironside, Abbeyhill, XV. 171, 183, 186, 202 ; XVIII. 36, 37.

Ironside, Court, XII. 47.

Irvine, Christopher, XIX. 112.

Irvine, M. S., W.S., clerk to Incorporated Trades of Calton, XVIII. 45.

Irvine, Patrick, W.S., III. 173.

Irvine, Robert, murderer, IV. 92 ; XVII. 78.

Irving of Bonshaw, XVI. 151.

Irving Alexander (Lord Newton), III. 113, 119.

Irving Dr., surgeon at Bothwell Brig, II. 89, 107; XVI. 113.

Irving Edward, Carlyle's friend, I. 51.

Irving Francis, preacher, VI. 134.

Irving George, W.S., XVIII. 50, 51, 72.

Irving James, macer, IX. 135, 142, 143, 170, 172.

Irving Major Richard, IV. 122.

‘Isle of Man Arms,’ III. 158.

Isset, Alexander, plumber, XIX. 30.

Itterburg, Count, XX. 157.

Ivory, Thomas, III. 176.

Ivory, William, III. 176.