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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Jacinta, X. 130.

Jack, David, VI. 127.

Jack, John, tailor (1669), V. 152.

Jack, John, bailie in Canongate, XII. 96, 97, 148.

Jack, Margaret, II. 45.

Jack, Robert, slater, XII. 96.

Jack, Walter, X. 72.

Jack, William, VI. 128.

Jack's Closes, XII. 96.

Jack's Court, XII. 96.

Jack's Land, I. 5 n.; IX. 200; XI. 10; XII. 96 ; XIV. 75 ; XX. App. 8. See also Big Jack's Land.

Jackson, Annabel, XII. 167.

Jackson, David, burgess, XII. 119.

Jackson, James, and provostship, II. 164.

Jackson, John (1751), XII. 36.

Jackson, John (1685), warded, XII. 166.

Jackson, John, his History of the Scottish Stage, XIX. 38.

Jackson, Patrick, treasurer of Canongate, XII. 119; XX. 14.

Jackson, Patrick (1685), warded, XI. 61 ; XII. 162.

Jackson, Robert, of Loch-houses, XII. 36.

Jackson, (Jaksoun), Thomas, III. 82.

Jackson, Thomas, servant, VI. 141.

Jackson, William, warded, XI. 47 ; XII. 174.

Jackson's Close, I. 8; II. 155; XII. 1, 36.

Jacobins, French name of Black Friars, III. 23 and n., 46.

Jacobites, Canongate cordiners and, XVIII. 142; ladies, II. 50-1 ; R. Dowdeswell reports on, in Edinburgh, XX. 49.

‘Jacob's Ladder,’ XIX, 95.

Jaffray, Alexander, commissioner to Breda, XVI. 33. See Jeffrey.

Jaffray, Alexander, covenanter, IV. 137.

Jaffray, James, cooper, XIII. 132.

Jail, Calton, XIX. 135. See also Bridewell.

Jailer, injunctions for guidance of, IV. 95 ; finds caution for custody of prisoners, 96; fees abolished, 97; lucrative position, 97; imprisoned, 100; refuses to recognise Sheriff's warrant, 110; interest in publication of dying confessions, 112 n.

James I., III., 38; IV. 76 ; Sessions of his reign, XI. 89; selects judges from Three Estates, 90, 92, 94; grants land to Grey Friars, XIV. 107.

James II., his charter of 1450, II. 67 ; erects Sark Wall, III. 210, 211 ; X. 20; grants land at Greenside for tournaments, XV. l36 ; crowned at Holyrood, XVIII. 12.

James III., his charter of 1472, II. 67 ; III. 40 n.; and ‘Observance,’ 41; grants to Black Friars, 42, 69, 89 ; and Scottish Vicariate, 43, 91 ; and Edward IV. 47 ; mortifies site of priory of Black Friars, 89; and St. Giles' Church, 208; birth of, V. 46; 48, 50; dissatisfied with treatment of Scots merchants at Bruges, IX. 50; assembles army on Burgh Muir, X. 62 ; neglect in administration of justice, XI. 98, 108; crowned at Kelso, XVIII. 12.

James IV., II. 70; III. 32, 51; and Princess Cecilia, espousals celebrated, 25 ; receives Perkin Warbeck, 48 ; and Margaret Tudor, state entry of, 50, 51; and Black Friars, 70; at St. Roque's Chapel, 202; and chapel of the Holy Rood, 212; prosperity of Scotland under, IV. 81 ; and St. Margaret's Chapel, V. 48-50, 51; presented with portions of ancient Regalia, VIII. 205 ; confirms rights of altar of St. Ninian at Bruges, IX. 50; grants permission to feu Burgh Muir, X. 2 ; 20, 21, 25, 57, 76, 77, 81; marriage with Margaret Tudor, 62-6 ; his standard not flown on Burgh Muir, 79 ; attracted by the gipsies, 89 ; 102, 114, 116, 120, 121 ; and worship of St. Roch, 171-4 ; partiality for Stirling, 226-7; 239; Lords of Session appointed by, XI. 100; attempts to relieve congestion in civil causes, 102-3, 105, 107-8; orders erection of chapel near Barras, XIV, 114; crowned at Scone, XVIII. 12; XX. 2; App. 22.

James V., III. 32; Letter of Gift, 56; birth of, V. 46; 52; charter by, 70; Scotland during minority of, IX. 1 ; in Edinburgh Castle, 12, 13, 15, 29, 36; at Craigmillar, 21-3 ; removed to Dalkeith Castle, 27, 28, 29, and Stirling, 36; X. 22; and the gipsies, 89; 110, 121, 122, 124, 125, 153 n. ; and Common Myre, 154-6; 157, 163; and origin of Court of Session, XI. 87-8; 100-1; reforms in administration of justice, 113-5; tries to secure papal authority for endowment of College of Justice, 119; crowned at Stirling, XVIII. 12; adds to King's Park, 184; XX. 5.

James VI., I. 93, 96, 97, 105; resides at ‘Lockhart's lodging,’ 85; visit to Edinburgh (1617), 100-1 ; and Flodden Wall, II. 73 ; statue of, at Netherbow, 235; Letters of Remission dispensing with erection of hospital on Black Friars Yards, 102; banquet to, III. 216-7; and George Heriot, 227; and witchcraft, IV. 83; incarceration and liberation of prisoners, 94-5; makes triumphal progress and releases debtors from prison, 103; Lord Balmerino secretary to, 159; birth of, V. 58; grants charter to town council, 69; X. 6, 15, 142, 145, 146, 184; and Society of Brewers, 228; entertained by Bailie Macmorran, XII. 58; and Scots Parliament, XIII. 11 ; irritation caused by royal taxation, 12-17; banqueted at Riddle's Court, XIV. 66 ; resides in Gourlay's House, 68; 118; desires loan from town, XV. 52; resides in Niddry's Wynd, 100 ; statue of, at Netherbow, 127; XVI. 9, 10; confers insignia on magistrates, 80; rescued by the Trades, 99; Decreet Arbitral (1583), 89-91, 120; Drury gives up Castle to, 13; Francis, Earl Bothwell and, 28-9; Gowrie conspiracy, 63; seditious ministers, 29; ratifies seal of cause of Candlemakers, XVII. 96 ; crowned at Stirling, XVIII. 12; Canongate cordiners and, 120-1; XX. 4, 8; ordains all schools to be ‘reformit,’ 5; App. 13, 14, 21. James the Sext, Historic and Life of, XVI. 17-30.

James VII., 1. 12; gives pensions to Holyrood chaplains, XVI. 157 ; and Canongate Church, XVII. App. 21 ; revives Order of the Thistle, XVIII. 31 ; XX. 92, 96.

James Aikman's Close, XII. 154.

James Bayne's Close, XII. 82.

James Brown's Close, XII. 87.

James Francis Edward, Prince, XVI. 166.

Jameson, Christian, XIX. 175. See Jamesone, Jamieson.

Jameson, Convener (1784), XIV. 14.

Jameson, Elizabeth, XIX. 149, 150.

Jameson, Janet, XIX. 183.

Jameson, John, XII. 17, 18.

Jameson, Matthew, XII. 17, 18, 19.

Jameson, Patrick, builder of Royal Exchange, XIV. 84.

Jameson, Robert, mineralogist, XIV. 157 and n.

Jameson, Robert, XII. 17, 18.

Jameson, William, builder of The Tower, Portobello, XIV. 84.

Jamesone, George, painter, IX. 82; XIII. 23, 116 and n.

Jameson's Close, XII. 17, 18, 19.

James's Court, I. 4, 5n., 12; III. 243, 244, 247, 251, 252; VIII. 163; IX. 212; XII. 11-13, 156; XIV. 74, 135; XVIII. 2, 86; XIX. 62.

Jamieson, Alexander, warded, XII. 159, 167. See Jameson, Jamesone.

Jamieson, David, distiller, XII. 51.

Jamieson, George, treasurer, Canongate, XX. 18.

Jamieson, George, in Oxenshaw, IX. 164 ; XI. 31.

Jamieson, James H., Edinburgh Street Traders and their Cries, II. 177-222 ; Sedan Chair in Edinburgh, IX. 177-234; Some Inns of the Eighteenth Century, XIV. 121-146; Social Assemblies of the Eighteenth Century, XIX. 31-91.

Jamieson, John, compiler of Scottish Dictionary, IX. 111 ; XI. App. 18; XII. App. 20.

Jamieson, Patrick, mason, IV. 46.

Jamieson, Peter, mason, XI. 141.

Jamieson, Robert, W.S., II. 152.

Jamieson, William, slater, X. 202.

Jamieson, William, mason, XVII. 164.

Janson, Nicolas, XII. 183.

Jardene, Thomas, XIV. 34, 36.

Jardine, Sir Alexander, III. 81.

Jardine, David, & Co., sugar refiners, XII. 117.

Jardine, George, merchant, XIII. 100.

Jardine, George, XII. 12.

Jardine, Sir Henry, XVIII. 203. .

Jardine, Henry, Exchequer chambers, XX. 155.

Jardine, James, civil engineer, XVIII. 204 ; XX. 68, 69.

Jardine, John, advocate, III. 173.

Jardine, John, minister of Tron Kirk, XIX. 212.

Jardine, Miss, II. 158.

Jardine's Close, XII. 12, 13 ; XIV. 75.

Jarvis, John, XII. 3. See Jervis.

Jason, John, XII. 169, 208.

Jeddart stave, XIX. 23.

Jeffrey, Francis, Lord, II. 165; III. 105, 106, 111, 116, 119, 121, 124, 125, 171, 234; member of Friday Club, 113; a ‘Gowk,’ 172; IX. 103, 106; resides at Hatton, XIII. App. 11 ; XV. 80, 120.

Jeffrey, George, depute clerk of Session, XV. 68, 69, 80, 92.

Jeffrey, John, brother of Francis, III. 115.

Jenkin (Jonkein), David, manager of weaving industry, XVII. 59-62. See Junken.

Jenkinson, Alexander, VIII. 123.

Jervis, David, VI. 117. See Jarvis.

Jerviswood, Lady, IX. 118, 123, 147, 152, 163. See also Baillie, Robert

Jewellers. See Goldsmiths.

Jews, Society of, XIX. 134.

‘Jib’ house, V. 90.

Joannes, John, XIX. 18.

Jock's Lodge, II. 39, 162 ; IV. 158 n., 160, 173, 177, 178, 180, 183; XII. 231 ; XV. 193; XVII. App. 7, 8; XIX. 69.

John, abbot of Newbattle, V. 33.

John, of Strathechyn, V. 32.

John Barton's Close, XII. 85, 86, 154.

John Dickson's Close, XII. 13 ; XIV. 75

John Douglas' Close, XV. 13.

John Gray's Land, XII. 93.

John Hamilton's Close, XII. 154.

John Knox's House, XV. 110; carved stones at, 122-5.

John Laing's Close, XII. 86, 87, 154.

John Young's Close, XII. 109, 110.

John's Coffee House, III. 234; IX. 92; XI. 168; XV. 90.

Johnson, Alexander, servitor, VIII. 145. See Johnston, Johnstone, Jonson.

Johnson, James, his shop at Lady Stair's Close, XIV. 77.

Johnson, Marion, X. 106, 107, 130.

Johnson, Rowland, VI. 7 ; his survey of Edinburgh, XII. 214.

Johnson, Dr. Samuel, Boswell's guest at James's Court, I. 4 ; his impressions of Edinburgh, VIII. 163, 164 ; 192 n., 197 ; at Caroline Park, App. 6; XX. App. 26 ; on etymology of ‘Sedan,’ IX. 180, 181; XI. 164 ; puts up at Boyd's Inn, XII. 109; XIV. 129.

Johnston, Adam, owner of property in Lawnmarket, XII. 15. See Johnson, Johnstone, Jonson.

Johnston, (Johnstoune), Alexander, of Warriston (1685), XI. 61 ; XII. 159.

Johnston, Alicia, wife of William Baird, of Newbyth, XVII. App. 9.

Johnston, Andrew.(1564), III. 78a, 101.

Johnston, Andrew, engraver, III. 6 ; XII. 216, 217.

Johnston, Andre, Lockerbie, VIII. 143, 146.

Johnston, (Jonstoun), Andrew (1664), V. 122.

Johnston, Ann, X. 165, 213 n.

Johnston, Archibald, merchant, I. 94; owner of property in Sciennes, X. 165, 213 n.

Johnston, Archibald, Lord Wariston, I. 95, 109; IV. 181 ; prisoner in Tolbooth, V. 105, 106 ; executed, 107-8 ; 121 ; drafts National Covenant, XI. 159-61 ; Diary of, 160; 161; XII. 27; XIII. 61 and n., 71, 105, 128 n. ; XIV. 93; XV. 182; XVI. 49 ; raises price of registration of legal documents, 50 ; search for, 55; declared traitor, 65 ; 66.

Johnston, Arthur, his Poetarum Scotorum Musae Sacrae, IX. 82.

Johnston, Charles S. S., VIII. 19, 20.

Johnston, Cornelius, XII. 203.

Johnston, Edward (1611), ‘Scottish adventurer,’ XII. 73.

Johnston, Edward (1746), XII. 155.

Johnston, Edward, jun., XII. 57.

Johnston, Johnston, Elizabeth Hamilton, Lady Sciennes, X. 151.

Johnston, (Johnstoun), George, minister, XI. 69.

Johnston, Henrietta, X. 165, 213 n.

Johnston, Sir James, of Westerhall, feus two acres in Sciennes, X. 151, 152, 165, 213 n., 218 n.

Johnston, Sir James, of Westerhall (son), X. 166 and n.

Johnston, James, father of Johnston of Wariston, I. 94, 95.

Johnston, (Johnnestoun), James, of Kellebank, III. 102.

Johnston, James, of Sciennes, X. 213 n.

Johnston, (Johnnestoun), Friar James, III. 43, 73, 98.

Johnston, James, deacon of Hammermen of Edinburgh, VIII. 10.

Johnston, James, Restalrig, IV. 164.

Johnston, James, baxter, X. 74.

Johnston, James (1564), XII. 73 ; XV. 43.

Johnston, James, poulterer, XV. 200.

Johnston, John, of Newbie, X. 228, 238.

Johnston, John, son of laird of Newbie, X. 238.

Johnston, John, of Westerhall, X. 165, 213 n.

Johnston, John, patron of Chapel of the Crucifixion, XI. 132.

Johnston, John, owner of lands at Dean, I. 97.

Johnston, (Johnestoun), John (1550), III. 82.

Johnston, John, wright in Jock's Lodge, IV. 179, 183, 184.

Johnston, John (1684), warded, IX. 154, 157; XVI. 80.

Johnston, John (1767), XII. 48.

Johnston, John, writer (1568), XV. 34, 35.

Johnston, John, poulterer, XV. 193.

Johnston, John, candlemaker, XVII. 141.

Johnston, John, piper, X. 239.

Johnston, (Jonston), John, V. 123.

Johnston, Sir John Lowther, X. 166.

Johnston, Jonet, wife of Sir James Skene of Curriehill, I. 95.

Johnston, Joseph (1635), XIII. 106, 109, 128, 131 ; XVIII. 46.

Johnston, Josias, merchant, XVI. 103.

Johnston, Major (1679), XVI. 104.

Johnston, Mrs., of Hilton, XIX. 53, 78; directress of ‘Assembly,’ 91.

Johnston, Sir Patrick, provost, III. 226 ; XII. 57, 73; XIV. 65; XVIII. App. 12. Rachel, sister of Lord Wariston, I. 95; X. 165, 213 n.

Johnston, Robert, of Roberthill, VIII. 143, 146.

Johnston, Robert, owner of Baglap, X. 28.

Johnston, Robert (1833), IX. 109.

Johnston, (Jonstone), Robert, town major, VI. 125; XVI. 95, 101.

Johnston, Robert, legacy to weaving industry, XVII. 60-2.

Johnston, Samuel, of Sciennes, I. 95; X. 164, 165, 200, 213 n., 256 ; XIII. 105, 122.

Johnston, Thomas, wright in Jock's Lodge, IV. 178-80.

Johnston, Thomas, candlemaker, XVII. 141.

Johnston, Thomas, burgess, III. 97, 101.

Johnston, Thomas, servant to Lady Auldbar, IV. 109.

Johnston, Sir William, of Westerhall, X. 160, 166 n., 218 n.

Johnston, Sir William, lord provost, XVIII. 96 n. ; XX. App. 16.

Johnston, William, baron-bailie of Broughton, XVIII. App. 16.

Johnston, William, merchant, VI. 144, 145, 149, 153.

Johnston, William, ‘bowar of his craft,’ XV. 21.

Johnston, William, warded, VIII. 119, 138.

Johnston, William (1736), XII. 73.

Johnston, W. & A. K., engravers, XII. 242, 243.

Johnston, W., Mr. Cumming's assistant at Canongate School, XX. 21.

Johnston Terrace, XVIII. 80, 96 n.

Johnstone, Adam, burgess, I11. 95, 98, 99. See Johnson, Johnston, Jonson.

Johnstone, Archibald, bailie (1591), XVII. App. 16.

Johnstone, (Johnstoune), Bailie (1666), V. 130, 133, 153.

Johnstone, Chevalier, II. 132.

Johnstone, Gavin, III. 99.

Johnstone, Helen, III. 98, 99.

Johnstone, Sir James, member of Poker Club, III. 154.

Johnstone, John, burgess, H1. 98, 99.

Johnstone, Major, VI. 150; VIII. 114, 141-3.

Johnstone, Margaret, III. 43, 98, 99.

Johnstone, Robert, maltster, VI. 140.

Johnstone, (Johnstoune), Robert, I. 41, 43.

Johnstone, William (afterwards Sir William Pulteney, of Westerhall), III. 146, 152, 153 ; XV. App. 13.

Johnstone, William, candlemaker, XVII. 144.

Johnston's Close, XII. 57, 59, 73, 152, 155; XIV. 65, 66.

Johnston's Land, III. 79; XII. 57.

Johnston's Plan of Edinburgh (1851), XII. 247.

Johnston's Temperance Coffee House, XVII. 130 n.

Jollie, Alexander, writer, XII. 8. See Jolly.

Jollie, Dr., XIII. 139, 140.

Jollie, Esther, XII. 9.

Jollie, George, tailor, member of Wagering Club, II. 152.

Jollie, James, writer, member of Wagering Club, II. 152.

Jollie, James, XII. 8.

Jollie, Patrick, XII. 8.

Jollie's Close, XII. 8, 67, 68.

Jolly, Charles, warded, IX. 121, 123. See Jollie.

Jolly, Henry (1686), XII. 197.

Jolly, Robert, surgeon, V. 162.

Jolly, Jones, Paul, XIX. 186.

Jolly, Thomas Snell, minister of Lady Glenorchy's Chapel, XI. App. 17.

Jonkene, James, XIV. 36, 42. See Jenkin, Junken.

Jonson, Ben, I. 106 ; and Edinburgh, VIII. 203.

Joppa salt-pans, II. 204.

Jordan, Sir John (1329), V. 40.

Jordan Burn, X. 5, 80, 90, 176, 178-80, 186, 203, 206, 262, 263 ; XII. 234.

Jordane, Daniel, V. 121.

Joshua, Handel's, XIX. 215.

Josiah's Close, XII. 30, 32.

Josse, Alexander, III. 78a. See Jousie, Joysie.

Jossy, Bailie, IV. 137.

Journal of the Siege of Edinburgh Castle (1573), XVI. 9-14.

Journey to Edenborough in 1705, XX. 36.

‘Journey to Edinburgh’ in 1817, XX. 156.

Journeyman, a late product of craft organisation, VI. 46-7.

Jousie, James, merchant, XIV. 6. See Josse, Joysie.

Joyis alias Maltmaker's Land, III. 80.

Joysie, Alexander, XII. 32.

Joysie, Andrew, XII. 32.

Joysie, James, XII. 32.

Joysie, (Joussie), Robert, XII. 32.

Joysie's Close, XII. 30, 32.

Judas Macabaeus, Handel's, XIX. 197, n. 198, 204, 214, 215, 238.

Judges, ordinary, XI. 89, 93, 96-8, 101.

Julius II., pope, VIII. 205.

Julyan, ship, XIX. 149.

Junken, David, XII. 12. See Jonkene, Jenkin.

Justice, Sir James, of Crichton, IX. 189; X. 46, 47.

Justice, James, bailie, V. 134.

Justice and Mercy, statues of, II. 231-7; removed to Trinity, afterwards to Drummond Place, 234; described, 234-5 ; sculptured by Alexander Mylne, 235 ; III. 222, 233; XIII. 4, 52, App. 18; XIV. 54, 80, App. 22; XVII. 84.

Justices of the Peace, James VI. appoints, IV. 103.

Justiciary, High Court of, institution of, IV. 83.

Justie, Louis, jeweller, XIX. 19.

Justinian, Vincent, master-general, Black Friars, III. 67.

Juvenile Society for Advancement of Knowledge, XVII. 2.