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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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La Bastie, M. de, IX. 17, 18; murdered, 23; XI. 111.

Lacoast, Bessy, IV. 133.

Lacock, Sara, VI. 40, 99, 101, 104.

Lacoke, William, VI. 67, 69, 84.

Lady as supporter on Edinburgh arms, III. 6; scantily clothed, 9; origin of, 10; a mystery, 11.

Lady Acres, X. 204 and n.

Lady Butts. X. 205.

Lady Foulis House, carved stones at, XVII. 40.

Lady Gray's Close, III. 244 n., 246, 247; XII. 13; XIV. 76.

Lady Lawson's Wynd, XVIII. 165, 171.

Lady Menzies Close, XII. 67.

Lady Murray's Yards, XII. App. 22.

Lady St. Ninian's Close, XII. 142.

Lady Stair's Close, original name of, III. 244, 246, 247 ; origin of present name. 249-50; alterations under improvement scheme, 251-2; XII. 12, 13; carved, stones in, XIV. 75-6.

Lady Stair's House, I. 4; site of, III. 243-244 ; Rosebery family connection with, 244 and n, 249; builder of, 246; extension across Gladstone's Close into James's Court, 247; owners of, 249; purchased and restored by Lord Rosebery, 249, 251-2 ; IV. 60 ; IX. 99, 220; XII. 13; XIV. 53, 56, 63,§65, 76, 81, 95; XV. 106, 117, 129, 132; XVI. 57 n., App. 27; XVIII. 136.

Lady Steps, XIII. 107 and n. ; XIV. 79.

Lady Wynd, II. 124; XIV. 114.

Lady Yester's Church, II. 12; III. 78a; site of first, 25; V. 74, 75, 79, 85; second church, 86, 88 ; congregation of Seceders granted old site ; church built thereon; various occupants, 88; XI. 10, 15; XII. 87, 92; XIII. 118, 131; XV. App. 19; XVI. 64, 110; Protestant refugees and, 143; XVIII. 143. See Hay, Lady Margaret

Lady Yester's Churchyard, V. 89, 90 ; request by managers of Infirmary for a portion, 89.

Ladyfield Place, XX. 59.

La Faveir, John, fined for trying to alter price of salt, XV. 16.

La Fleure, weaver, XVII. 56.

‘Laich hous,’ XIII. 5, 33, 41, 61, 65, 74. See Parliament House.

Laidlaw, George, brewer, XX. 60.

Laidlaw, James, W.S., X. 224.

Laigh Calton, XVIII. 42 ; XIX. 109.

Laigh Coffee House, II. 44.

Laing, Alexander, warded, VIII. 123, 124.

Laing, Alexander, Shelley's landlord in Frederick St., XI. 83.

Laing, Alexander, schoolmaster in Leith, XX. 18; appointed to Canongate School, 16-17.

Laing, David, and site of Knox's grave, III. 214; acquires Geddes's art possessions, IX. 106; his Etchings by Wiklie and Geddes, 106 ; resident in Lauriston, XII. 7 ; account of Gordon's Plan of Edinburgh, 216 ; App. 35 ; collection of carved stones, XIV. 54; secy., Bannatyne Club, XVI. Introd. ix, xv, xvi; treasurer Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, XVII. 6, 7, 14; XVIII. 59, 165-6, 210 n.; XIX. 97; XX. 15, 18, 24, 25; pupil of Canongate School, 6, 21 ; App. 18.

Laing, Henry, on Edinburgh seal, III. 2; Catalogue of Scottish Seals, 4.

Laing, James, warded, IX. 135 ; XI. 27.

Laing, John, bishop of Glasgow, III. 28, 89.

Laing, John, keeper of Signet, XII. 87.

Laing, Malcolm, historian, III. 114, 117.

Laing, Mrs., tavern-keeper, II. 154.

Laing, Neil, writer, XII. 87 .

Laing, Robert, merchant, XII. 87.

Laing, Walter, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71.

Laing, William, bookseller, XV. 94; XVIII. 59; buys Ramsay Lodge, Lauriston, 165-6; XIX. 97.

Laing, William, his academy in Hanover St., XX. 23.

Laing, William, innkeeper, XIV. 137.

Laing Charters, X. 217, 219 n.

Laing & Forbes' Plan of Edinburgh, XII. 240.

Laird, Catherine, V. 131.

Lamb, Adam, III. 93, 97.

Lamb, Andrew, of Leith, XVI. 19; his mansion in Water's Close, XIX. App. 6, 16; XX. App. 9.

Lamb, Andrew, bishop of Galloway, XIX. 181.

Lamb, Andrew, cutler, XIX. 26.

Lamb, Francis, engraver, IX. 95-6.

Lamb, Sir James, XII. 63.

Lamb, James, burgess, XI. 129, 132.

Lamb, John, chaplain, V. 44.

Lamb, Michael, VIII. 145.

Lamb, Walter, III. 97.

Lamb, William, tailor, IX. 128, 134.

Lambe, Thomas, sergeant of Burgh Muir, X. 18, 19.

Lambert, General, III. 223; XVI. 37.

Lamberton, , bishop of St. Andrews, V. 22.

Lamb's land, III. 80, 82 ; XII. 110.

Lamertoune, laird of, VI. 148.

Lamont, Alexander, W.S., III. 174.

Lamont, Peter, lint manufacturer, XII. 120, 121.

Lamont's Land, XII. 120.

La Mot, M., French ambassador, XVI. 26.

‘Lamp Acre,’ III. 181 and n.

Lanark, Adam of. See Adam.

Lancashire, Tom, comedian, known as ‘Sir Cape,’ III. 158, 159, 160.

Lancaster, Henry H., III. 176.

Lancefield, Alfred, his map of Edinburgh, XII. 213, 247.

Lanfranc, archbishop of Canterbury, V. 11, 12, 14, 26.

Lang Dykes, II. 24 ; III. 207 ; XI. 10, 13 ; XII. 220; XIII. 79, 91; XIV. 117; XVI. 99, 203 ; XVII. 77, 80, 157-9 ; XVIII. 42; XIX. 92, 93, 96, 109.

Lang Gait. See Lang Dykes.

‘Lang Stairs,’ V. 28; XIII. 107, 108.

Langlands, George, surgeon, XII. 13.

Lanier, Sir John, XVI. 205, 206, 208-11.

Lant, Matthew, chief baron of Exchequer, XX. 40, 41, 48, 51.

Lant, Robert, of Putney, resides in Dalry House, XX. 40.

Laploke's Stone (St. John's Cross), XII. 108 ; XIII. 119.

Lappie, John, skinner, VI. 97.

Lappie, Stane, III. 82.

Lapslie's Stone. See Laploke's Stone.

Largo, Lady, XII. 160, 161 ; XVI. 200.

Largs, battle of, III. 33 ; legend concerning, V. 37.

Larkbank, XIX. 175.

Lascelles' regiment, II. 18.

Lasene, — , timber merchant in Jutland, XIII. 49.

Lasone, Richard, VI. 69. See Lawson.

Lastalric, Edward de, gift of land to nuns of North Berwick, XVIII. 33.

Lateran Council, Fourth, III. 16.

Latin not to be taught without bishop's licence, XVI. 107.

‘Latin schoolls,’ Covenanting ministers forbidden to keep, XVI. 105.

Lauchlan, Thomas, VIII. 133.

Lauchlan, William, VI. 115.

Lauder, Alan de, of Haltoun, obtains charter of lands in Burgh Muir, X. 18-20, 25; XIII. App. 9. See Lawder.

Lauder, Sir Alexander, of Blyth, II. 62, 66; bequest to St. Giles', and poor-doles, 63; IV. 81 n.; slain at Flodden, X. 21-2, 81, 82; feus ground on Burgh Muir, 71 ; XV. App. 11 ; XVII. 51.

Lauder, Sir Alexander, laird of Bruntsfield, killed at Pinkie, X. 23, 152.

Lauder, Sir Alexander, of Haltoun (1500), provost of Edinburgh, X. 20-2 ; XI. App. 14.

Lauder, Sir Alexander, of Haltoun (1603), sells Bruntsfield to John Fairlie, III. 201 ; X. 23.

Lauder, Sir George, of Haltoun, killed at Flodden, X. 21.

Lauder, George, of the Bass, XIII. 116 11..

Lauder, George, cousin of laird of Valleyfield, II. 4.

Lauder, George, deacon of Surgeons, II. 7 n., 16, 26, 56.

Lauder, Gilbert, merchant, VIII. 51 ; IX. 41 n. ; XII. 23.

Lauder, Gospart, IV. 86.

Lauder, Henry, XII. 23.

Lauder, Hew, of Edinburgh footbands, XVI. 19.

Lauder, James, killed at Flodden, X. 21.

Lauder, James, XII. 23.

Lauder, John, merchant, father of Lord Fountainhall, III. 197-8; IV. 120, 125, 126; V. 97, 102; VI. 132; X. 212 n., 213, 219 n.; XII. 35; XVI. Introd. xxvi-viii, 84.

Lauder, Sir John, Lord Fountainhall, I. 84-6; II. 147; III. 190, 197; IX. 175; X. 209 n., 214 ; town mansion of, XII. 12; XIII. 89; XIV. 74; XV. 100; XVI. Introd. X; his career, xxvi-viii; Historical Notices, 79-167 ; his impressions of Charles II. statue, XVII. 83-4.

Lauder, John, minister at Dalziel, IX. 160; XI. 50, 58.

Lauder, John, parson of Morebattle, III. 55.

Lauder, Sir John Dick, X. 17.

Lauder, Margaret, V. 139.

Lauder, Sir Robert, of the Bass, X. 116.

Lauder, Robert, agent for town council, XVI. 151.

Lauder, Robert, farmer, XV. 185.

Lauder, Robert Scott, IX. 103.

Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick, I. 84; IX. 106; rebulds and extends Grange House, X. 17; on Jordan Burn, 179-81; XIV. 68 ; XVI. Introd. xxvi, xxviii-ix ; XX. App. 29.

Lauder, Sir Thomas North Dick, X. 226.

Lauder, Sir William, of Haltoun, nephew of Sir Alexander, of Blyth, X. 20, 22, 25; XIII. App. 9.

Lauder, Dr. William, X. 212 n., 214, 219 n.

Lauder, William (1520), IX. 31.

Lauder, William, principal clerk of Session, XII. 93.

Lauder, William de, X. 18, 20.

Lauder, William, coachbuilder, treasurer of Canongate, XII. 102; XIV. 5.

Lauder of that Ilk, III. 198.

Lauderdale, Duke of, II. 89, 92 ; XVI. 51 n., 156, 191 ; governor of Castle, 107 ; imposition gift, 129 ; XVIII. 15; XIX. 183.

Lauderdale, Anne, Duchess of, XV. 138.

Lauderdale, Charles, third Earl of, XV. App. 19.

Lauderdale, Elizabeth, sixth Countess of, XVIII. 75; XIX. 46.

Lauderdale, James, eighth Earl of (d. 1839), III. 141.

Lauderdale, Earl of, XII. 122. See also under Maitland.

Lauder's Close, XII. 22, 23.

Laugh-at-Leith, XV. 171, 186.

Laurel Disputed, I. 53.

Laurence, Friar, III. 19, 57.

Laurence Ord's Close, XII. 105, 106.

Laurie, Alexander, writer, Dunbar, XIV. 147, 153. See Lawrie, Lourie, Lowrie.

Laurie, Francis, bailie of Portsburgh, X. 178.

Laurie, Gavin, in Ridmyre, IX. 140, 146.

Laurie, George, town officer, XIII. 96.

Laurie, Gilbert, lord provost, XII. 220, 221 ; XIX. 88.

Laurie, James, town clerk, his reminiscences, XIV. 147-181 ; career, 147-8; compiles list of lord provosts and magistrates; a ‘chronicle of trivialities,’ 149; XVII. 11.

Laurie, James, owner of property in Lawnmarket, XII. 15.

Laurie, John, XIX. 102.

Laurie, Robert, owner of property in Lauriston, XVIII. 156.

Laurie, Robert, of Maxwelltown, I. 110; XI. 55.

Laurie, William, of Blackwood, IX. 126.

Laurie, William, V. 172, 179, 181, 188; discourse on ‘Music,’ 187.

Lauriston, V. 81, 83, 91, 92; its origin, XVIII. 86, 155-6; building operations, 160-3 ; house and grounds sold to Advocates as trustees of George Chalmers, plumber, 164; noted residents in, 158, 163.

Lauriston, Castle, Club visits, XVII. App. 23.

Lauriston, House, XVIII. 164.

Lauriston, Lane, IX. 85; XVIII. 158, I59.

Lauriston, Lodge, XVIII. 158, 166.

Lauristoun, Patrick, XX. 107.

Lauristoun Yairds, XVIII. 155, 157.

Laverockbank, XIX. 175, 180 ; XX. App. 22.

Lavorock, Captain, IV. 137.

Law, Alexander, cordiner in Canongate, XIV. 37, 43; XVIII. 115-7, 119, 123.

Law, Archibald, goldsmith, XIII. 34, 133 ; XIX. 12, 13.

Law, Christian, XIX. 185.

Law, David, hanged, XII. 159, 171.

Law, David, ship worker, XIX. 29.

Law, Friar, sub-prior of Glasgow, III. 74.

Law, James, of Hillhousefield, XIX. 184-5.

Law, James, jun., XIX. 185.

Law, James, of North Leith, XIX. 161.

Law, James, in Biggar, VIII. 154; XII. 196.

Law, James, Snowdoun herald, XVIII. 14.

Law, John, of Lauriston, financier, IX. 168.

Law, John, minister, VI. 125-6.

Law, John (1690), VIII. 90.

Law, John, hammerman, XX. 109.

Law, John, son of William, goldsmith, XI. 21, 22.

Law, Katherine, XIX. 185.

Law, ‘Lucky,’ II. 205.

Law, Patrick, XX. 106.

Law, Robert, minister, VI. 125.

Law, (or Loch), Stephen, glazier, XII. 75, 76; XIV. 83.

Law, Stevin, flesher, XIV. 83.

Law, Thomas, minister, VI. 125.

Law, William, goldsmith, IX. 168 ; XI. 21.

Lawder, Captain, XVI. 188. See Lauder.

Lawers, laird of, VI. 144 ; X. 249.

Lawnmarket, I. 4, 6; II. 10, 13, 29, 33, 39, 48 ; origin of name, XII. 50; measured drawings of, by Thomas Hamilton, 249-50.

Lawnmarket Club, III. 178.

Lawrie, Alexander, deacon, XIV. 179. See Laurie, Lourie, Lowrie.

Lawrie, John, burgess, X. 228.

Lawrie, John, his map of Edinburgh, X. 242.

Lawrie, William (1550), III. 79.

Lawson, Adam de Cardonnel, of Chirton, IX. 87. See Lasone.

Lawson, Friar Alexander, III. 37, 95, 96.

Lawson, James, of High Riggs, member of College of Justice, XI. 120 ; XVI. 3 n. ; XVIII. 153, 154.

Lawson, James, minister of St. Giles’, XV. 35.

Lawson, James, skinner, VI. 78.

Lawson, John, of High Riggs, X. 255 ; dispute with town council, XVIII. 153-4.

Lawson, Sir John, chaplain, X. 123.

Lawson, John, vintner, XIII. 117.

Lawson, (Lausone) Marion, VIII. 102, 137.

Lawson, Richard, of High Riggs, provost, II. 125-6; XVIII. 152-3.

Lawson, Walter, smith, XVIII. 62.

Lawson, William, of Cairnmuir, XVIII. 154.

Lawson, William, warded, VIII. 135, 136; XII. 188.

Lawson, William (1550), III. 81.

Lawson, William, of Boghall, X. 229, 236.

Lawson, living in Leith Wynd, XVI. 18.

Lawson's (Lawsoun's) land, III. 81.

Lawsons of High Riggs, their mansion, XVIII. 154.

Lawsounaiker, XVIII. 37.

Learmont, Joseph, of Newholm, VIII. 125.

Learmonth, Alexander, of Dean, X. 220. See Lermont.

Learmonth, James, of Livingston, donation to St. Catherine's convent, X. 124, 132.

Learmonth, (Leirmonth), Sir John, chaplain, V. 45.

Learmonth, John, baron bailie of Calton, XIX. 104.

Learmonth, John, I. 149 ; lands of Dean sold to, 126.

Learmonth, John, writer, XIII. 125.

Learmonth, Joseph, baxter, XIII. 118, 124, 134.

Learmonth, Robert, merchant, V. 131.

Learmonth (Leirmonth), Robert, hammerman, XIV. 36, 42.

Leatham, Alexander, XX. 158. See Lethame.

Leatham, Colonel James, XX. 149, 150, 154; master of riding school, 144; financial difficulties, 152; known to Scott, 157.

Leathem, Captain, XX. 157.

Leather, early manufacture of, in Scotland, VI. 11 n. ; XVI. 109; tanners supply inferior, XVIII. 119; Spanish, XX. 30.

Leche, Archibald, III. 101. See Leitch.

Leckie, Janet, XI. 29.

Leckie, John, warded, IX. 151.

Leckie, Katherine, XII. 168.

Le Conte, John, his engraving of Parliament Close, III. 230-1 and n., 232, 233 ; IX. 92, 103, 111.

Lee, Sir Henry, XVI. 9, 14.

Lee, John, principal, Edinburgh University, XI. App. 17; XIV. App. 13; XVII. 11.

Lee, Sir Richard, VII. xcviii, c, ci.

Lee, Thomas, XIX. 110.

Lee's Close, XII. 38, 39.

Lees, Rev. James Cameron, III. 212.

Lees, (Leis), William, skinner, VI. 80, 84, 90.

Lees, William, candlemaker, XVII. 127.

Legat, Francis, engraver, IX. 91.

Leges Burgorum, VI. 12.

Leggat, Major John, IV. 123.

Leggat, William (1686), XVI. 155.

Le Grand, Alexander, owner of Bonnington, XIX. 162 ; issues proclamation for arrest of Alan Breck ; settles Bonnington on his sister's children ; public spirit, 163.

Le Grand, Dorothy, XIX. 164, 166, 167.

Le Grand, Jean, XIX. 164.

Le Grand, Margaret, XIX. 164, 166, 167.

Le Grand, Mary, XIX. 174.

Le Grand, Richard, XIX. 166, 174.

Le Grand, Sarah, XIX. 164.

Leigh, Mr., V. 179.

Lein, — , deacon of Hammermen, VIII. 73.

Leishman, Thomas, contract with weaving industry, XVII. 60, 61.

Leishman, Thomas, merchant, XII. 62, 79, 135.

Leishman, Walter, XII. 135.

Leishman's Close, XII. 135.

Leiss, Friar Andro, III. 73, 83.

Leitch (Leiche), Archibald, deacon of Furriers, VI. 94; XII. 30. See Leche.

Leitch, David, XII. 30.

Leitch, (Leiche), David, III. 93.

Leitch's Close, XII. 30, 31.

Leith, Archibald, III. 80.

Leith, George, IX. 31.

Leith, William, warded, XI. 32.

Leith, French troops in, V. 53; preparations for threatened English invasion, IX. 36; skippers of, refuse claim for altar dues from Bruges, 49-50; complaint about piratical doings of the Martin of Leith, 56-7; skippers of, seize Dutch vessels, 60-1; shipowners of, favour independent trading, 68; western road to, XI. 13, 15; eastern road to, 8, 13; plan of, by Collins (1681), XII. 234; superiority of part of, conveyed to Edinburgh, XIII, 80; ambitions of independence, XV. 2, 5; sailings from, in 1556, 15 ; names of vessels, 16 ; warlike preparations (1571), XVI. 19; fighting at, 20; Kirkaldy's troops attacked, 24; Breda commissioners sail from, 34; Cromwellian commanders hold courts at, 38; fires, 42; £5000 for erecting Citadel, 46-51 and n. ; Marquess of Argyle arrives by sea, 58 ; Johnston of Wariston at, 66; prize ship arrives, 74; wapinschaw, 75; jurisdiction of Edinburgh, 92; water bailie, 92, 93; magistrate reprimanded, 93; sugar-baking, 101; soldiers shot on Links, 132, 151; maltmen v. masters of King's Hospital, 148; dispute anent marches, 151; royal yacht arrives, 153; harbour impositions, 157; Yardheads; imposition on ale, 158; golf at, in early times, XVIII. 1-10; proposal to join North and South, 146; Assembly Room at, XIX. 70; Bridgend of, 149; Church of Blessed Virgin Mary, 149; North Brig of, 155, 181 ; Custom House, 163; non-jurors, 169; excursion to historic, App. 16; police commissioners of, XX. 61, 62; people of, grouped into four incorporations; convening house; tolbooth; ‘Admiral’ magistrate of, 62; court house; town divided into ten wards; obtains sheriff, 63; town hall built, 63-4; banking company of ; George IV.'s landing at, 64; town hall forum for public life of, 64-5; William IV. proclaimed at; town folk's address to the King, 65; Dr. Bell's endowment to, 66; Madras school in, 66-7; proposed railway from, to Edinburgh and Dalkeith, 68-9; consumpt of coal and cereals in, 68; proposed railway to harbour of Broomielaw, 69-70; docks administration, 70-2; pier extension, 70-1; rise of town council, 75-6; historic buildings of, App. 8-9; hostelries of, 9. For Magistrates and Masters of, see Magistrates. See also North Leith and South Leith.

Leith Citadel. See Citadel.

Leith Fort, building of, XIX. 186.

Leith ‘Girnal,’ XIX. 144.

Leith Harbour, II. 163, 165.

Leith Links, II. 15, 38, 88; XV. 172, 194, 201; XVI. 60; XVII. 161; XVIII. 47, 124.

Leith Mills, purchased by Lord Balmerino, IV. 159; XVIII. 50, 74.

Leith Mount, XV. 185; XIX. 188.

Leith Races, II. 15.

Leith Raid, X. 44.

Leith Roads, II. 102.

Leith Sands, II. 222 ; IV. 84.

Leith Street, Robert Adam's plans for, XVII. 169, 170, 171.

Leith Walk, XV. 167; XIX. 96, 107, 109, 167.

Leith Wynd, II. 1, 71, 170; III. 80; IV. 49; XI. 8, 12, 13, 14; XII. 49, 89, 108; XIII. 115; XIV. 117, 122; carved stones in, XV. 127-8, 137, 148; XVI. 18, 58, 66; XVII. 49, 53, 70, 80, 99, 105 ; XVIII. 36, 39, 40, 45, 75, 119, 146; XIX. 93, 94, 101; XX. 106; Canongate School at, 7, 13.

Leith Wynd Port, XV. 127-8; XVI. 99; XVIII. 40; XIX. 95.

Leith's Close, XII. 30.

Lemburne, James, VIII. 133.

Lenden, Tom, Anabaptist, XVI. 131.

Le Neve, William, XVIII. 14.

Lennox, Duke of, XVI. 28, 62; XVIII. 14, 18, 19.

Lennox, Earl of, VI. 6.

Lennox, Robert, tenant in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Lentron, Margaret, XI. 24, 25.

Lentron, William, XI. 24.

Leo X., pope, III. 52; IX. 10-12; his bull approving of Convent of St. Catherine, X. 111, 113, 117.

Leper hospitals, Liberton, XV. 135; Greenside, 136; Dingwall, 136; XVII. 55.

Leper House, Haddington, X. 122.

Lepers, XIX. 93.

Le Picq, Charles, dancing master, XII. 156 ; XIX. 62.

Lermont, Thomas, advocate, XVI. 101. See Learmonth.

Lesley, Margaret (1684), IX. 170; XII. 167.

Leslie, Sir Alexander, III. 221; XIII. 60. See Leven.

Leslie, Alexander, son of fifth Earl of Leven, XVIII. 171.

Leslie, General, besieges Castle, V. 64.

Leslie, Lady Jane, XX. 55.

Leslie, Lady Jean, XIX. 68.

Leslie, Jonet, VI. 155.

Leslie, Lady Margaret, XX. 55.

Leslie, Dame Margret, Lady Madderty, IV. 130.

Leslie, Norman, murderer of Cardinal Betoun, III. 58, 70.

Leslie, Thomas, architect, his plan for road from High St. to Haymarket, XVIII. 84.

Leslie, Thomas, tavern-keeper, III. 128.

Lesours, Patrick, III. 89.

Lethame, Friar John, III. 95, 96. See Leatham.

Lethame, Sir William, III. 96.

Lethame, William, III. 95, 96.

Letholm, Helen, XV. 185.

Letter from a Gentleman anent ‘the new Edinburgh Assembly,’ IX. 193.

Letters from the Mountains, II. 131.

Leven, Alexander, fifth Earl of, buys Drumdryan House and renames it Leven Lodge, XVIII. 171.

Leven, David, third Earl of, IX. 190-1 ; XVI. 187.

Leven, David, sixth Earl of, XX. 116, 133 ; App. 25.

Leven, Countess of (1746), XIX. 50; directress of ‘Assembly,’ 89.

Leven, Lodge, XII. 8, 230; XVIII. 170-2, 174-6 ; Kinnear's drawing of, App. 9.

Levington (Livingston), Alexander, tried for murder, X. 72.

Levington, John, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71, 72.

Levington, Thomas (1516), III. 94.

Levingtoun, John, baxter, Canongate, XIV. 37, 43.

Leviston, Lord (1687), XVI. 157. merchant, XVI. 104.

Lewis, James, of Merchiston, I. 115. See Louis, Lowis.

Lex Rex, Samuel Rutherford's, XVI. 55, 56.

Leyden, John, IV. 70.

Leyes, John, merchant, IV. 101.

Leyis, Friar Andrew, III. 73. See Leiss.

Leyis, William, chairmaster, IX. 207.

Libberton, Lord, XVIII. App. 28. See Winram, George

Libberton, James, XII. 146.

Libberton, William, XII. 62.

Libberton's Close, Cowgate, XII. 145.

Libberton's Wynd, II. 142, 221 ; well at, X. 256 ; XI. 8; XII. 17, 18, 19, 62, 64; XIV. 8, 71, 73, 181.

Liber Cartarum Sancte Crucis, VII. xv, xviii n., lvii, lxi, xcv.

Liberton, Henry, XII. 62. See Libberton.

Liberton, (Libertoun), James (1631), XVIII. 46

Liberton, William de, lands of, XIV. 106.

Liberton, I. 119 ; Upper, 78; Provost Drummond resident at, IV. 21, 24, 26, 27, 29, 30, 32, 38; X. 162, 163; royal garden extends to, XIV. 102, 110 ; XV. 135; XVI. 114, 118.

Liberton, Burn, X. 159, 161.

Liberton, Church, X. 6.

Liberton, Mills, III. 40, 88.

Library, Public, Edinburgh Room, XX. 156.

Liddel, John, IV. 164.

Liddell, Robert, chaplain, St. Giles', III. 100.

Liddell, William, skinner, VI. 100.

Liddell, William, writer, XIII. 125.

Lidderdall, Robert, regent in philosophy, VIII. 97, 99; XI. 67, 69; XVI. 152.

Lieche, Friar Robert, III. 63.

Ligerwood, William, warded, VI. 123.

Lighting, public, X. 70; XVI. 38 ; burgesses to hang out bowets, 134.

Lileburn, James, in Kinross, II. 97, 99 ; VI. 136.

‘Lillehouse,’ XI. 133 n. 135.

Lillie, James, warded, VI. 123.

Lillie, William, cordiner, XIV. 140, 142.

Lilypot Hall, XV. 198 ; XX. App. 22.

Lime pits at Halkerston's Wynd, XIII. 113.

Limpetlawe, Nicol, laird of, XIII. 111, 112, 142.

Limplomb, Lady, XIII. 144.

Lin, William, covenanter, VIII. 114. See Linn, Lyne.

Lind, George, III. 19a 0n.; buys lands and manor house of Gorgie, XX. 34.

Lind, Dr. James, XIX. 237.

Lindesay, Friar Alexander, III. 56, 57. See Lindsay, Lindsey, Lyndesay, Lyndsay.

Lindesay, William (1550), III. 82.

Lindin, Lieut. Matthew, V. 126.

Lindsay, Alexander, merchant, VIII. 48.

Lindsay, Alexander, XII. 43.

Lindsay, Alexander, dyer, XII. 55.

Lindsay, Archibald, in Kilbryde, II. 95.

Lindsay, Barbara, XII. 43.

Lindsay, Bernard, of Lochill, XIII. 136 and n., 137; James VI.'s valet, XVIII. App. 26.

Lindsay, Sir David, of the Mount. See Lyndsay.

Lindsay, Sir David, of Rathillet, XVIII. 24.

Lindsay, David, bishop of Edinburgh, III. 217 ; XIII. 35, 41, 46 ; royal letter to, intimating introduction of English Prayer Book, 35 n. ; preaches at coronation of Charles I. at Holyrood, XVIII. 16.

Lindsay, David, keeper of Tolbooth, IV. 97, 98.

Lindsay, David, writer, XII. 55.

Lindsay, David, wool merchant, XII. 55.

Lindsay, David (1686), bailie, XII. 197.

Lindsay, George, depute town clerk, XII. 55.

Lindsay, George, brother of laird of Pittairly, V. 100.

Lindsay, Jas (1658), IV. 123.

Lindsay, James, covenanter, VI. 114.

Lindsay, James, messenger, XV. 90.

Lindsay, Sir Jerome, of Annatland, Lyon, XVIII. 23.

Lindsay, Jerome, in Leith, IV. 97.

Lindsay, John. See Menmure, Lord.

Lindsay, John, of Covington, XII. 42, 43.

Lindsay, John (1671), warded, VI. 111.

Lindsay, John, yr., in Cramond, VI. 151.

Lindsay, Margaret, XII. 43.

Lindsay, Lindsay, Patrick, lord provost, XV. 182.

Lindsay, Patrick, bishop, XIII. 101, 114 and n.; XVIII. 14.

Lindsay, Robert, of Covington, XII. 42, 43.

Lindsay, Lady Sophia, warded, XI. 71, 72; XVI. 142.

Lindsay, Thomas, collector of the Lothian, X. 141.

Lindsay, Thomas, XII. 43.

Lindsay, William, of Restalrig, XII. 43, 44.

Lindsay, William (1715), XII. 153.

Lindsay, William, gardener, XIV. 108.

Lindsay, William, servant, VI. 154.

Lindsay, William, in Lanark, II. 95. of the Byres, John, Lord, I. 97; owner of Coates estate, II. 133; III. 215; XVI. 21.

Lindsay, of the Byres, Patrick, Lord, in dispute between laird of Restalrig and town, XVIII. 40, 41.

Lindsay, of Evelock, VIII. 134.

Lindsay's Close, XII. 41, 43, 55, 56 n.

Lindsay's Land, XII. 55.

Lindsay's Mill, Bell's Brae, I. 132.

Lindsay's Square, XII. 11 ; XIV. 74.

Lindsey, William, plumber, XIX. 30. See Lindesay, Lyndsay.

Linen manufacture, II. 13.

Linley, William, XV. 86.

Linlithgow, George, third Earl of, V. 134, 138, 139; VI. 148, 153 ; VIII. 136, 138, 142; IX. 131, 156; XI. 41 ; XVI. 96, 104, 145.

Linlithgow, Palace, Club visits, XV. App. 21-2.

Linn, James, Portsburgh, XII. 172, 173. See Lin, Lyne.

Linning, Michael, W.S., secy. of movement for erection of Melville monument, XV. 210 and n.

Linton, Lord, XIII. 67.

Linton's Close, XVI. 6.

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

Litany (Holyrood Ordinale), VII. Introd. lxxxi.

Lithgow, John, in Reidpeth, VIII. 128.

Lithgow, Margaret, XI. 24; XII. 167.

Lithgow, Stephen, XV. 176, 185, 198, 205.

Lithgow, Walter, VIII. 123, 124.

Litsters, VI. 36 n. ; petition to be erected into incorporation, XVI. 109; united to Bonnetmakers, 133; Edinburgh v. Canongate, 154.

Little (Littill), Clement, his ‘land,’ III. 81 ; X. 103 ; part proprietor of Common Myre, 156; XII. 70; XIV. 66.

Little Edward, bailie, III. 79 ; IX. 19, 44; X. 73; XVII. 51.

Little Edward, of Badinsgill, XII. 31, 33.

Little Elizabeth Fawside or, X. 156.

Little Gabriel, of Over Liberton, XII. 71.

Little John, XVI. 5.

Little Walter, of Liberton, XII. 71.

Little William, of Liberton, provost, X. 184, 186, 211 ; XII. 59, 60; mansion in Lawnmarket, XIV. 53, 66 ; XV. 35, 41, 44, 50; XVIII. App. 27.

Little (Lyttil), William, skinner, VI. 64, 73, 75.

Little William, owner of property on north side of High St., XII. 11 ; XIII. 107, 141.

Little Egypt, X. 90, 179, 186.

Little Grant's Close, XII. 49.

Little Jack's Close, I. 11 ; XII. 96 ; XVII. App. 30.

Little Lochend Close, I. 12 ; XII. 101, 103.

Little Mound, I. 150.

Little Shoemakers' Close, XII. 97.

Littlejohn, Sir George, chaplain of the Holy Blood altar, XV. 33.

Littlejohn, James, in Blackness, IX. 20.

Littlejohn, (Lytiljon), Peter, XIV. 34, 36; XX. 106.

Little's Close, XII. 31-3, 60, 70; XIV. 66.

Littles of Liberton, XIV. 73.

Liturgical study, Holyrood Ordinale and, VII. ix.

Liverpool, Lord, and riding school, XX. 151, 152.

Livingston, Agnes (1533), X. 124, 132. See Levington, Leviston, Livingstone,

Livingstoun.

Livingstoun. Catherine, owner of property in Lawnmarket, XII. 13.

Livingstoun. Charles, writer, XX. 129, 134.

Livingstoun. Christian, wife of George, first Lord Forrester, III. 180.

Livingstoun. Hannah Parson or, IV. 35.

Livingstoun. Henry, XII. 29.

Livingstoun. James, Lord, XIII. 126.

Livingstoun. James, warded, VI. 128.

Livingstoun. Jean, beheaded at Girth Cross, IV. 104-5; tract concerning, 105; XIX. 154; XX. App. 21.

Livingstoun. Jean, wife of Alexander Biggar of Gairnshall, X. 48.

Livingston, John, of Greenhill, III. 200; X. 194; his tombstone in Chamberlain Road, 195, 197.

Livingston, John, son of above, X. 195, 196 and n., 198.

Livingston, Captain John, V. 143.

Livingston, Katherine, XII. 29.

Livingston, Major, IV. 35.

Livingston, Margaret, of Livingston, sister of the Sciennes, X. 124, 130, 132.

Livingston, Robert, maltman, X. 238.

Livingston, Robert, baxter, X. 238.

Livingston, Robert, legacy to Candlemakers, XVII. 109.

Livingston, Robert, minister of Skirling, XIII. 120.

Livingston, Sir William, of Kilsyth, III. 181.

Livingston, William, covenanter, VIII. 120; XII. 176.

Livingston, William, son of laird of Greenhill, X. 178, 195, 196.

Livingston, William, deacon of the Trades, IV. 8.

Livingstone, Lord. See Linlithgow, Earl of.

Livingstone, Alexander, XII. 80.

Livingstone, (Lewyngstoun), David, VI. 81.

Livingstone, Sir James, of Kinnaird, XVI. 60.

Livingstone, James, of the Bedchamber, XIII. 111, 130.

Livingstone, John, commissioner to Breda, XVI. 34.

Livingstone, Mary, one of the ‘Four Maries,’ I. 3.

Livingstone, (Levyngstone), Thomas, skinner, VI. 67.

Livingstone, William, deacon of Skinners, XII. 35.

Livingstone, William, of Greinzeards, VI. 135.

Livingstone, William, servitor, VI. 127.

Livingston's Close, XII. 28.

Livingston's Yards, II. 39, 40; XIV. 116; XV. 171, 185; XVI. 187 ; XX. App. 35.

Livingston's See Livingston, Livingstoun.

Livingstoun, Captain Alexander, VIII. 152.

Lixmount, XX. App. 22.

Lizars, Daniel, engraver, IX. 94-5, 103; XII. 222, 228, 229.

Lizars, William Home, engraver, IX. 95; his Picturesque Views of Edinburgh, 95 ; his map of Edinburgh, XII. 212, 241-3, 245-6; his views of George IV.'s visit, XVIII. App. 10.

Lloyd, William, XVII. 114.

‘Loadman's aiker,’ XIII. 87.

‘Loaning’ (Roxburgh Place), II. 72.

Loaning. See Whitehouse Loan.

Loch, Edward, skinner, VI. 75, 76, 100.

Loch, James, merchant, IX. 131 ; XIII. 117, 118, 131, 132.

Loch, Janet, X. 212 n., 214 n., 219 n.

Loch, John, of Rachan, X. 219 n., 220; XIX. 112.

Loch, John, deacon of Skinners, VI. 21, 32, 57, 58, 67, 77, 79, 80, 105.

Loch, Mrs., her house on Calton Hill, XIX. 141.

Loch, Mungo, VI. 87.

Loch, Robert, XIII. 145.

Loch, Widow, XX. 107.

Loch, William, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 74.

Lochbank, XIII. 79, 80 ; feu granted ; Crichton family and; subsequent owners, 81 ; purchased by town from Hepburn of Bearford, 89 ; XVIII. 43.

Lochbuie, Maclaines of, XIX. 179.

Lochend, IV., 166, 167, 168, 186 ; VII. App. 7; XII. App. 12; XV. 181, 183, 186, 200; XVIII. 33, 38, 39.

Lochend's Close, XII. 1, 101.

Lochhead, Kate, XII. 89.

Lochhead's Land, XII. 89.

Lochiel, II. 19, 30, 54; takes possession of Edinburgh, 24 ; quarters his men in Lawnmarket, 35. See Cameron.

Lochrin, X. 254, 260; XV. 171 ; XVIII. 86.

Lochrin, Bridge, X. 258.

Lochrin, Burn, X. 260; XVIII. 176; XX. 36, 46 11..

Lochrin, House, XVIII. 179; stone tablet behind, 179-80.

Lockhart (Lokhart), Abraham, XIV. 36, 42.

Lockhart Alexander, Lord Covington, XII. 132; XVII. 162; XX. 41.

Lockhart Alexander, of Staniegait, VI. 112.

Lockhart Anne, Countess of Aberdeen, IX. 185.

Lockhart Elspeth, VIII. 109.

Lockhart Gavin, warded, XII. 159.

Lockhart Sir George, lord president, I. 43; II. 146; IX. 130, 175; XIV. 68; XV. 101; XVI. 137, 148, 152; defence of Sir A. Ramsay's provostship, 84-8; assassinated by John Chiesley of Dalry, 190; XIX. 158; XX. 29.

Lockhart George, M.P., son of Lord President, XII. 216, 217.

Lockhart, George, of Carnwath, Jacobite, author of Lochart Papers, III. 224-7.

Lockhart, George, of Carnwath, son of the Jacobite, XII. 78 ; XIII. 126 n. ; XIV. 134; XV. 100; XX. 116.

Lockhart, James, of Cleghom, XII. 204.

Lockhart, Sir James, of Lee, XIX. 158, 160.

Lockhart, Colonel James, XX. 55.

Lockhart, James, Master of the Trinity House, XIX. 158.

Lockhart, Jane, XX. 54.

Lockhart, John, hammerman, VIII. 10.

Lockhart, John Gibson, III. 122, 239 ; IX. 221, 228; XII. App. 11; XV. 75, 96.

Lockhart, Miss, caterer, III. 121.

Lockhart, Mrs., of Carnwath's Park, XII. App. 18

Lockhart, Robert, merchant, XIX. 158, 159.

Lockhart, Colonel Ross, III. 153.

Lockhart, Susan, XVIII. 177.

Lockhart, Walter, of Kirktoun, VIII. 157.

Lockhart, Sir William, of Carstairs, XX. 54.

Lockhart, Lady, of Carstairs, XX. 55.

Lockhart, (Lokhart), William, bailie, II. 62; III. 80; IV. 81; X. 81.

Lockhart, William, in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Lockhart, William (1685), XII. 190, 191.

Lockhart's Close, XII. 40.

Lockhart's Court, XII. 78 ; XIII. 126 n. 3 XV. 100.

Lockhart's Lodging, 1. 85; -XI. 10, 13; XII. 132; XV. 100.

Lockie, Alexander, ‘taylor,’ VI. 128.

Laurence, XIII. 96.

Lockman (hangman), X. 84.

‘Lockman's Old House,’ XII. 132 n.

Locksmiths' armorial shield, VIII. 62.

Locksmiths of Canongate, XIX. 2; dispute with blacksmiths, 27.

Locquiard, Maximis, XII. 208.

‘Lodge-me-Lone,’ XIX. 187.

Logan, Andrew, of Coatfield, XIX. 156; buys Easter Granton, XX. App. 25.

Logan, Andrew (1566), X. 137.

Logan, A. S., III. 176.

Logan, David, of Leith, XIII. 113.

Logan, George, of Bonnington, XIX. 150-2, 154-7.

Logan, George, of that Ilk, IX. 162 ; XII. 162.

Logan, H., mill-owner, I. 130.

Logan, Sir James, of Restalrig, XIX. 148, 149, 151 n.

Logan, James, of Sheriffbrae, XIX. 149, 182.

Logan, James, town clerk, Canongate, XII. 90; XIX. 145.

Logan, James, stabler, XIII. 142.

Logan, John, of Bonnington, XIX. 149.

Logan, John, of Coatfield, XVIII. 34, 37; XIX. 152.

Logan, John, of Couston, XIX. 152.

Logan, John, of Restalrig, XVIII. 40-1 ; XIX. 148.

Logan, John, of Sheriffbrae, XIX. 156, 157.

Logan, John, murderer, V. 118; VIII. 104.

Logan, John, bailie of Broughton, XII. 90.

Logan, Mareon, IV. 133.

Logan, Robert, of Bonnington, XIX. 150, 153-7.

Logan, Robert, of Coatfield, provost of Edinburgh, IX. 30, 32.

Logan, Robert, of Craighouse, XIX. 149.

Logan, Sir Robert, of Restalrig. I. 96, 110; III. 97 ; XVI. 92 ; sells lands of Restalrig to James, Lord Balmerino, XVIII. 33, 34, 36.

Logan, Walter, of Keith, XIX. 152.

Logan, Walter (1702), XII. 90.

Logan, Walter, carter, X. 78.

Logan, William, Warded, VIII. 123.

Logan, William (1800), XII. 91.

Logan, W. H., on street ballad-singers, II. 221.

Logane, Gilbert, XVIII. 35.

Logan's Close, XII. 90.

Logan's Court, XII. 91.

Logan's Lodging, XIX. 162.

Logans of Bonnington, their feud with Kincaids of Warriston, XIX. 154-6 ; XX. App. 21, 22.

Logans of Coatfield, XIX. 144.

Logans of Restalrig, IV. 158, 167, 185.

Logans of Sheriffbrae, XX. App. 22.

Logie, James, writer, XIII. 125, 128.

Logie's Green, XV. 171.

Loklae, John, VI. 71.

Londie, Sir James, XIII. 128. See Lundie.

London Hotel, St. Andrew Square, II. 155.

Long Hermiston House, III. 183.

Longmuir, William, IX. 33.

Lopas, Gregory, VIII. 189.

Loplie Stane, III. 92. See Laploke's Stone.

Lord Colston's Close, XII. 54, 56 n.

Lord Cullen's Close, XII. 60.

Lord Durie's Close, XII. 70, 71.

Lord High Commissioner, XIV. 98.

Lord High Constable of Scotland, XX. 116.

Leven's Bath, XVIII. 176.

Leven's Lyon King of Arms, I. 31, 37-9 ; III. 222, 223; V. 142, 143; XII. 201 ; XIII. 67 ; XVI. 56, 57, 59, 63, 67; Sir A. Durham, 60; duties of, XVIII. 11 ; coronation of, 24-9.

Leven's Milton's Lodging, XIX. 121.

Leven's Morton's Close, XII. 101.

Leven's Nelson tavern, Adam Square, II. 155.

Leven's Provost's salary, X. 245-6.

Lords of the Articles, XIII. 10, 13, 71; meetings attended by Charles I., 16; election of, 68-9, 72, 74-5.

Lords of the Congregation, V. 53, 56, 59.

Lords of Council and Session, XI. 94, 98, 105.

‘Lords of Meal Market,’ XVI. 17.

Lords, House of, and feuing south side of Princes St., I. 147, 148.

Lorimer, George, dean of guild, XI. App. 18.

Lorimer, James, medalist, Canongate School, XX. 22.

Lorimer, John, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 176.

Lorimer, (Lorymer), John, XIX. 20.

Lorimer, John, clockmaker, XIX. 17.

Lorimer, Sir Robert S., III. 242 ; XI. App. 8.

Lorimers armorial shield, VIII. 61.

Lorimers of Canongate, XIX. 2 ; nature of assays, 20-1.

Lorne, Lord, afterwards Archibald, ninth Earl of Argyll, marries at Moray House, XII. App. 22; XVIII. 15.

Lorne, Marquess of, afterwards John, third Duke of Argyll, XX. 116.

Lorraine, Mary of, Queen Regent, III. 60, 62, 63 ; V. 52 ; correspondence with Duke of Guise, 53 ; takes up her abode in Castle, 53; illness, 54; death, 55, 61 ; escutcheon of, VIII. 68 ; palace on Castlehill, XIV. 59, 60, 62 ; XV. 2 and n., 51 ; XVII. App. 14.

Loss o' the Pack, I. 53.

Lothian, Mark, first Earl of, V. 74.

Lothian, William, third Marquess of, XII. 123; Lord Clerk Register, on housing of Scottish records, XVII. 150.

Lothian, William, fourth Marquess of, XII. 124.

Lothian, William, third Earl of, V. 118; commissioner to Breda, XVI. 33.

Lothian, William John, fifth Marquess of, XII. 124.

Lothian, Jean Campbell, Countess of, XI. 69.

Lothian, J., his plan of Edinburgh, XII. 212, 239. See Louthian.

Lothian, Thomas, merchant, XII. 52 ; 98, 120.

Lothian, William, wright, Canongate, XII. 95. XIII.

Lothian, Hut, XI. 10; XII. 123, 124.

Lothian, Road, XII. 225 ; formation of, XVIII. 172, 178, App. 25; XX. 114; riding school removed to, 158.

Lothian, Road Church, original place of worship, XX. 59.

Lothian, Street, XX. 22.

Lothian, Vale, I. 18; XII. 123, 125.

Lothianburn, XI. App. 16.

Lothian's Close, XII. 52.

Lottery, The, XI. 170.

Loudoun, John, first Earl of (1638), II. 95; XI. 159-61 ; XVI. 61 ; XVIII. 15.

Louis, Robert, president of Royal College of Physicians, XV. 147. See Lewis.

Louisfield, Duddingston, XVII. App. 8.

Lounger, The, III. 142; contributors to, 144; XVII. App. 12.

Lourie, Archibald, cordiner, XVIII. 116, 127-9. See Laurie, Lawrie, Lowrie.

Lourie, Francis, VI. 139.

Lourie, James, IX. 132.

Lourie, John, VI. 139; VIII. 153.

Lourie, Thomas, merchant, VIII. 112.

Lourie, William, tutor, VIII. 125.

Louthian, George, treasurer, Greyfriars Church, II. 87. See Lothian.

Lovat, Lady, wife of Simon, Lord Lovat, XV. 103.

Lovat's Land, XI. 11.

Low Baxters' Close, XII. 17.

Low Calton, IV. 50.

Lowch's land, III. 82.

Lowden, James, pin-maker, XIV. 5.

Lowe, David, VI. 117.

Lower Baxters' Close, XII. 14.

Lower Baxters' Court, XII. 17 .

Lowis, James, of Merchiston, X. 204 n., 205. See Lewis.

Lowis, Ninian, of Merchiston, X. 204 n.

Lowrie, Francis, baron-bailie, XVIII. 155. See Laurie, Lawrie, Lourie.

Lowrie, John, baron-bailie, XVIII. 155.

Lowrie, John (1565), II. 123.

Lowrie, Robert, dean of Edinburgh, XVI. 60, 65.

Lowrie, Thomas, baron-bailie, XVIII. 155.

Lowrie, Thomas, cordiner, XIV. 37, 43; XVIII. 114, 115.

Lowrie, William, cordjner, charged with illegal trading, and for defying convener and making abusive speeches, is deprived of his vote, XVIII. 127-9.

Lowry, James, XV. 19.

Lowsie Law (Newington), X. 191, 211, 214 n.

Lowtefute, Patrick, litster, XV. 42. See Lutefutt.

Luckenbooths, I. 44, 106; II. 134, 162; IX. 211, 221; XI. 11; XII. 7, 27, 28; origin of name, 65; 219; XIII. 103, 107, 108; XIV. 12; their removal, 14, 78-9, 163; XV. 120; XVII. 114 ; XIX. 176, 239. See also Buthraw.

‘Luckpenny,’ II. 222.

‘Lucky Law,’ II. 205.

Lucky Thom's Close, XII. 154.

Lugton, laird of, XIII. 121.

Luke, John, of Foxhall, XVIII. 175.

Luke of the Wardrobe, V. 46.

Lulach the Simple, V. 4.

Lumisden, Andrew, secretary to Prince Charles Edward, IX. 83. See Lumsdaine, Lumsden.

Lumisden, (Lumsdaine), George, messenger, IV. 124; V. 150.

Lumisden, Isabella, wife of Sir Robert Strange, II. 49 ; her gift to Prince Charles Edward, 50; IX. 83.

Lumisden, (Lummisdane), Jonet, III. 100.

Lumisden, Thomas, X. 228.

Lumisden, Thomas, minister at Abbey Kirk, XVI. 126.

Lumley, George, IX. 44.

Lumsdaine, Robert, first treasurer of Musical Society, XIX. 195. See Lumisden, Lumsden.

Lumsden, George, warded, XII. 201.

Lumsden, (Lumisdaill), Henry, chirurgeon, XV. 45.

Lumsden, James, of High Riggs, XII. 9.

Lumsden, Lunacy, X. 209 n.

Lunardi, Vincenzo, XIV. 154.

Lundie, laird of, II. 94 ; VI. 149 ; XI. 28.

Lundie, James, of Strathharly, XI. 28. See Londie.

Lundin, James, VI. 147.

Lundin, Lady, VI. 147.

Lundy, Catherine, III. 98.

Lundy, Daniel, wardrobe keeper to Theatre Royal, XIX. 64.

Lurax, David, hatmaker, XVIII. 72.

Lutefutt, James, XII. 39. See Lowtefute.

Lyceum (debating society), I. 51, 52.

Lyddells, Robert, III. 80.

Lyell, Alexander, skinner, VI. 76.

Lyell, Elizabeth, X. 219 12..

Lyell, Jean, X. 219 11..

Lyell, John, in Pleasance, X. 219 22.

Lyell, Michael, XV. 24.

Lyle, Hugh, candlemaker, XVII. 142-3.

Lyle, Patrick, skinner, VI. 71.

Lyllburne, James, in Greenhead, VIII. 137.

Lyndesay, Andrew, jailor, IV. 95 and n., 100. See Lindesay, Lindsay, Lindsey, Lyndsay.

Lyndesay, James, bailie (1555), XV. 19.

Lyndsay, Friar Alexander, III. 98.

Lyndsay, (or Lyndesay), Sir David, of the Mount, II. 126 ; III. 53, 54 ; V. 47, 51 ; IX. 15; X. 129; XVII. App. 14; XVIII. 24.

Lyndsay, James, chirurgeon, XV. 45.

Lyndsay, John, of Cowantoun, III. 89.

Lyndsay, John, skinner, VI. 67.

Lyndsay, John, servant to Isabell Hall, II. 94, 95.

Lyne, Mareon, IV. 133. See Lin, Linn.

Lyne, Mawssy, III. 81.

Lyon, Elizabeth Douglas or. See Auldbar, Lady.

Lyon, Sir John, Lord Glammis, V. 42.

Lyon, John, of Muiresk, V. 135.

Lyon, John, cook, XV. 24.

Lyon, Sir Patrick, VIII. 211.

Lyon, Walter, V. 101-2.

Lyon, King of Arms. See Lord Lyon.

Lyon, Office, Elgin burgh arms, III. 2 ; register, 9.

Lyon's Close, I. 8 ; XII. 36.

Lyttistar, Sir Geoffrey, V. 43, 44.