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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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McAlexander, Joanna, rescues chest in which ‘Honours of Scotland’ were kept, VIII. 206-8.

McAlister, Ronald, XI. 35, 70.

McAllister, Dugald, Warded, XII. 201.

McAllister, Edward, XIX. 164.

McAllister, Richard, XIX. 164.

McAllister, McAlmond, William XII. 166.

‘McAngzie,’ Lord, I. 93.

McAske, Besye, VI. 86.

M'Bain, Lauchlan, II. 207.

M'Balzeane, Thomas, burgess, III. 104.

Macbeth (Thane of Cawdor), King Duncan murdered by, V. 3 ; defeated by Siward at Scene, 3 ; slain at Lunfanan by Malcolm, m. 3.

McBeth, Elizabeth, VI. 153.

McBraickney, John, covenanter, II. 99.

McBryde, John, XII. 164, 165.

McBurney, George, V. 127.

McCalein, James, servitor, VIII. 145.

M'Call, David, first treasurer for building of the Parliament House, XIII. 18, 57 and n., 76 n.

M'Call, David, manager of weaving industry, XVII. 59.

M'Call, John, IV. 164.

McCallum, Duncan, Methodist preacher, XIX. 111.

M'Calzeane, Euphame, X. 43, 44, 187 ; burnt for witchcraft, 188 ; XII. 20 and n. See McKalzeane.

M'Calzeane, Thomas, of Cliftonhall, X. 42-3, 187; XII. 20; XV. 49.

Macalyean, James, burgess, XII. 88.

Macalyeane, Thomas See M'Calzeane.

McCamen, William, Warded, IX. 168.

McCap, Friar John, III. 37.

Macao, William, XIV. 165.

Macao, W. R., XIV. 165.

McCarrell, John, Warded, VI. 133.

McCarter (Mcarter), Andrew, Warded, XI. 61. See McKerter.

Macaulay, Lord, XII. App. 23.

McCaull, Marion, drinks health of devil, VI. 109.

McCavies, Christian, V. 108.

McClackie, Archibald, Warded, V. 135.

McClay, Donald, shoemaker, XII. 194, 203.

McClay, Donald, chirurgeon, V. 102.

McCleikeray, John, Warded, VI. 136.

McClellan, Andrew, Warded, VI. 133 ; XII. 164. See Maclelan.

McClellan, James, tailor, XIV. 36, 43.

McClellan, Robert, of Ball Mcgauchine, IX. 169 and n. ; XII. 166.

McClellan, Robert, of Barscube, VIII. 135 ; IX. 131.

McClellan, William, Warded, VIII. 141.

M'Clurge, John (1690), VIII. 90, 91. See McLurge.

M'Conachie, Donald D. (1660), IV. 134.

M'Conochie, William, wright, XII. 128.

M'Conochie's Close, XII. 128.

McCorkan, Andrew, warded, VI. 140.

McCoull, John, skinner, VI. 76, 102, 103.

McCready, Mr. XX. 24.

McCubie, James, Jedburgh, V. 118.

McCulloch, Godfrey, of Ardwall, V. 140; VIII. 89.

McCulloch, William, in Dalie, II. 95.

M'Cul1och, Horatio, painter, IX. 102, 111.

M'Dermit, John, chairmaster, IX. 204.

M'Dermit, Malcolm, chairmaster, IX. 204.

McDiarmid's tavern, Pleasance, XX. 24.

McDickmaye, Walter, sent to plantations, VI. 136.

Macdonald, Sir Alexander, XII. 93.

Macdonald, Alexander, town official, XIV. 174-5.

Macdonald, Donald, tailor to Jacobites, II. 45.

Macdonald, Donald Roy, II. 34.

Macdonald, Flora, II. 60.

Macdonald, Right Hon. Sir J . H. A. See Kingsburgh, Lord.

Macdonald, Lady Margaret, II. 60.

Macdonald, W. Rae, VIII. 23, 61.

McDonald, Sir Alexander (1745), II. 45.

McDonald, Donald, warded, VI. 110; XVI. 184.

McDonald, Hew, hanged, IV. 129.

McDonald, Marie (1685), XI. 70.

Macdonell, R., of Glengarry, IX. 109.

McDorod, Friar John, III. 37.

Macdougal, Sir H., III. 141.

M'Dougal, James, skinner, VI. 89.

Macdougall of Mackerston, I. 107.

McDougall, Thomas, of Mackerstoun, VIII. 141. See Mackerstoun.

McDougall, Sir William, architect of Flodden Wall, II. 71; XV. 109; master of St. Paul's Hospital, XVII. 52 ; takes refuge in Castle; complaint of bedemen, 53-4; his death, 54 ; master of works, App. 14.

M'Dougall, Alexander, surgeon, III. 249. See McDowgall, McDugal.

M'Dougall, (McDowgall), Alexander, skinner, VI. 72, 89.

M'Dougall, James, farmer, XV. 185.

M'Dougall, Patrick, writer, III. 249.

Macdowall of Castle Semple, III. 141.

MacDowall, Archibald, and provostship, II. 162.

M'Dowall, Charles, of Creichen, obtains sasineof lands of Drumdryan and Headriggs, XVIII. 170; sells to Dumdas of Fingask; breaks up lands of Drumdryan, 171.

M'Dowall, James, farmer, XV. 184.

M'Dowall, Patrick, of Creichen, acquires lands of Drumdryan, XVIII. 169.

M'Dowall's New Guide in Edinburgh, XII. 242.

Macdowalls of Garthland, III. 134, 183.

McDowgall, John, III. 60.

Macduff's Cross, a sanctuary, XV. 57.

McDugal, — member of Wig Club, III. 139.

McEsone (Makesone), Eleazor, XVIII. 14.

M'Ewan, William, manufacturer, XVIII. 63. See MackEwen.

M'Ewan's tavern, Royal Exchange, II. 154.

McEwing, Donald, sent to plantations, XII. 171.

Macfarlane, Robert, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 176.

M'Farlane, Duncan, innkeeper, XIV. 131, 136-8.

M'Farlane, Duncan, of that Ilk, XII. 152.

M'Farlane, Walter, innkeeper, XIV. 131.

McFerline, James (1662), V. 101.

Macfie of Dreghorn, V. 92.

Macfie, John, Master of Leith, XX. 63.

McFindley, Finlay More, IX. 141.

M'Finlay, John (1660), IV. 134.

McGee, John, warded, XI. 30. See MacGie.

McGibben, Fergus, warded, VIII. 157.

McGibben, Archibald, warded, XII. 159, 169, 176.

McGibben, Dr., XII. 159.

McGibben, Dugald, warded, XII. 191.

McGibben, Finlay, warded, V. 149.

McGibben, Hector (1685), XII. 169, 176.

MacGibbon, David (1825), XVII. 87.

Macgibbon and Ross, II. 139.

MacGie, Hew, mirror maker, XVI. 112. See McGee.

McGie, Jean, XII. 184.

McGi1christ, James, warded, IX. 163; XI. 50.

MacGill, David (1598), X. 229.

MacGill, David, advocate, XV. 51.

MacGill, Hew, of Rankeillor, XIII. 139, 140, 142.

MacGill, Sir James, III. 206 ; XIII. 101 and n., 142.

M'Gill, David (1572), XVI. 5.

M'Gill, Helen, XII. 148.

M'Gill, James, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 74.

M'Gill, James, XVI. 5, 6.

M'Gill, James, son of Sir James, of Cranston Riddell, IV. 125, 129, 130.

M'Gill, (Makgill), James, owner of land in Sciennes, X. 145; offers for Common Myre, 158, 159, 161, 162, 175, 176.

M'Gill, Mary Hume or, X. 188.

M'Gill, Robert, advocate, XIII. 142.

M'Gill, McGill, Robert, covenanter, II. 99 ; V. 151 ; VI. 136.

M'Gill, Robert, webster, II. 97, 98.

McGillespect, Ewine, warded, VIII. 127.

McGilliehalane, M. (1658), IV. 129.

M'Gilligen, John, minister, VIII. 157.

M'Glashan, Donald, chairman, IX. 221, 222, 226.

M'Glashan, James, chairmaster, IX. 204; XIX. 58, 59.

Macgowan, John, III. 153.

McGowan, Hugh, warded, XII. 163, 168.

McGowan, John, IX. 83.

Macgregor, Alexander, of Glenstrae, X. 87.

Macgregor, Evan, XX. App. 22.

McGregor, Callum, warded, V. 151; VI. 144.

McGregor, John, warded, V. 150.

McGregor, Patrick, executed, V. 124.

M'Gregor, John, writer, XII. 121.

M'Gregor's Close, XII. 120.

McIlroy, Gilbert, warded, XII. 164, 167.

McIlroy, William, warded, XII. 164, 167.

McIntosh (Malcombashe), Alexander, V. 137.

McIntosh Duncan (1664), V. 122. See Mackintosh.

McIntosh James, merchant, VI. 131.

McIntosh Lauchlan, dies in Tolbooth, V. 112.

McIvor, Ivor, warded, XII. 170.

Mack, Charles, mason, XIX. 110.

Mack, (Make) George, XII. 15 ; XIII. 120, 129.

Mack, James, XII. 70; XIX. 43.

Mack, James (1685), banished, XII. 187.

Mackail, David, treasurer of S.E. Kirk, XIII. 125 n.

Mackail, Hew, covenanter, XII. 24; XVI. 75.

McKaill, Gilbert, pewterer, XX. 96.

McKairtnie, Andrew, warded, XII. 162, 166.

Mackalla, James, goldsmith, XIII. 97.

Mackalla, John, armourer, IX. 133.

Mackalla, Thomas, writer, XIII. 113.

McKalzeane, Thomas, III. 104.

Mackane, John, IX. 41 n.

Mackay, Charles, comedian, XII. App. 30.

Mackay, General, XVI. 188-9, 211.

Mackay, Margaret, wife of Sir Daniel Wilson, XVII. 5.

Mackay, Robert, farmer, XV. 190, 191.

Mackay, William, actor, IX. 100.

Mackean, Rev. Hugh, XII. App. 11.

M'Kell, Jean and Catherine, XII. 99.

M'Kell's Close, XII. 99.

Mackenzie, (McAngzie), Lord, I. 93.

Mackenzie, Agnes, XII. 81.

Mackenzie, Sir Alexander (1685), XI. 72.

Mackenzie, Alexander Kincaid, lord provost, XII. App. 38 ; XVII. 86.

Mackenzie, Donald, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 176.

Mackenzie, Donald, chairman, IX. 219, 222.

Mackenzie, Sir George, of Rosehaugh, mansion of, I. 10, 107; III. 199; IV. 108 ; V. 106; VIII. 102, 109, 115-8, 120, 122, 126, 136, 145; on model adopted for Court of Session, XI. 87 ; XII. 81 ; XIII. App. 9:; XV. 59, 102; XVI. 51 n., 96; states case against Sir A. Ramsay's provostship, 81-4 ; founder of Advocates' Library, XVIII. App. 23; XX. App. 26.

Mackenzie, George, clerk to Exchequer, XIV. 46.

Mackenzie, Henry (‘Man of Feeling’), III. 114, 116, 119, 143, 151, 172, 250; laureate of the ‘Gowks,’ 168-70; IV. 37 ; XII. App. 20 ; XVII. App. 11 ; pupil at riding school, XX. 126.

Mackenzie, Henry, Lord Mackenzie, III. 114.

Mackenzie, Sir James, Lord Royston, XII. 58 ; XIV. 65 ; XX. App. 26.

Mackenzie, James, goldsmith, XVIII. 167, 171.

Mackenzie, John, of Dolphinton, a founder of Speculative Society, V. 166.

Mackenzie, John, deputy-keeper of Signet, XVII. 162.

Mackenzie, Thomas, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 175.

Mackenzie, William, of Muirtown, III. 175.

Mackenzie, William, hangman's staffman, XVI. 131.

McKenzie, John, quaker, V. 125, 154.

McKenzie, John, macer, VIII. 154.

M'Kenzie, Sir James, his mansion in Fountain Close purchased by Royal College of Physicians, XV. 139.

M'Kenzie, Kenneth, factor, XV. 86.

M'Kenzie, William, Gowks Club, III. 172.

Mackenzies of Cromarty, XX. App. 28.

Mackenzie's Close, XII. 81.

Mackerstoun, laird of, duel with Craigentinny, VIII. 101 ; 140. See McDouga.ll.

McKerter, Andrew, warded, IX. 168.

MackEwen, James, bookseller at the Cross, IX. 81. See McEwan.

McKey, Anthony, of Cloncaird, VIII. 141.

McKey, Fergus, warded, VIII. 138, 140.

McKie, John, in Balgoun, XI. 38, 39.

Mackie, Charles, his Original History of … Holyroodhouse, XII. 241. See Macky.

Mackie, James, warded, VIII. 123, 124.

Mackie, John, hammerman, XX. 95.

Mackie, Jonnet, VIII. 137.

Mackie, Robert, mason, VIII. 127.

Mackie, Thomas, warded, VIII. 123, 126.

Mackilwraith, Heugh, VIII. 125.

M'Kinlay, Archibald, superior of Valleyfield, X. 242.

Mackinlay, Archibald (1816), X. 36, 51, 202.

Mackinlay, John, of Glensaddell, VIII. 121.

Mackintosh of Borlum, and Leith Tolbooth, IV. 93 ; XVI. 183. See McIntosh.

Mackintosh of Mackintosh, Lady, II. 51.

Mackintosh Angus, V. 137.

Mackmath, William, IX. 121. See MacMath.

Macknelie, Thomas, VIII. 157.

Macknight, James, minister of Old Kirk, XI. App. 17; XIV. 172.

Macknight, James, town councillor, XIV. 172.

Macknight, Dr. Thomas, XIV. 172.

McKinn, William, Galloway, II. 99.

McKinnon, Alexander, sent to plantations, VI. 145.

Macky, George, XIX. 108. See Mackay, Mackie.

Macky, John, XVI. 192.

Macky, J., his Journey through Scotland, XVII. 84 n.

Maclachlan of Maclachlan, II. 41, 43.

McLach1an, John, warded, XII. 191.

McLach1an, Lady, IV. 126, 131, 132.

Maclagan, Sir Douglas, III. 176.

Maclagan, Dr. Philip, XVII. 2.

McLagan, F., mill-owner, I. 130.

Maclaine, Captain Archibald, XIX. 179. See MacLean.

Maclaine, John, of Lochbuie, XIX. 179.

M'Laren, Duncan, lord provost, I. 7; V. 90; X. 220; XI. App. 18; XII. 27; XX. App. 17.

Maclaurin, Colin, II. 10, 17, 51-2 ; in charge of repairs to town wall, 22 ; XX. 53.

Maclaurin, John, Lord Dreghorn, III. 143; IV. 84.

McLean, Alexander, Kirkcudbright, V. 110. See Maclaine.

McLean, Andrew, covenanter, XII. 167.

McLean, John, warded, XII. 164, 165.

McLean, (M'Clane), Neil, of Assynt, IV. 138.

McLean, William, warded, XII. 164, 165.

M'Lean, Angus, sent to Barbadoes, V. 128.

Maclehose (Mckilhose), John, warded, VI. 148.

Maclehose Mrs. See ‘Clarinda.’

Maclehose William Craig, XIX. 113.

M'Leish, Donald, chairmaster, IX. 226.

Maclelan, Nicolas, III. 78a, 88. See McClellan.

Macleod, Alexander, of Muiravonside, IX. 202.

Macleod, Angus, conjunct clerk of Edinburgh, XVI. 155.

Macleod, Norman, of Macleod, X. 51 ; XI. App. 18.

McLeod, Andrew, servant, VI. 157.

McLeod, John, of Milntoun, IX. 145 ; XI. 37.

McLeod, Neil, of Assynt, V. 112, 154, 155 ; VI. 108, 118.

McLurge, John, warded, VI. 154. See McClurge.

McMartin, Martin, of Letterfindlay, XI. 24; XII. 175.

MacMath, Alexander, merchant, X. 228, 237. See McMath.

MacMath, James (1598), X. 228, 237.

MacMath, John, merchant, XIII. 99.

MacMath, William, merchant (1588), XV. 19.

McMath, Janet (1668), V. 139.

M'Math, Janet, wife of William Dick, fiar of Grange of St. Giles, X. 16, 150, 159 n., 160 n., 223.

McMichan, William, warded, XII. 163, 168.

McMikin, Gilbert, warded, XI. 49.

McMiking, William, schoolmaster, XIX. 114.

McMiking, Macmillan, David (1683), VIII. 151.

McMiking, John, innkeeper, XIV. 134.

McMiking, William, flesher, XVII. 138.

McMillan, Alexander, warded, IX. 168; XI. 31 ; banished, XII. 187.

M'Millan, Alexander, W.S., X. 199 and n.; XIX. 173.

M'Millan, Duncan, writer, X. 199 and n.

M'Millan, Thomas, debtor to the Crown, XV. 87.

McMitchell, Donald and Jonet, warded, V. 151.

Macmorran, George, merchant, XII. 58; XIII. 141.

Macmorran, James, relict of, XIII. 110.

Macmorran, Bailie John, I. 5; IV. 100, 102, 121, 129; shot dead at a ‘barring out,’ V. 73-4; XII. 58, 126 ; XIV. 66 ; XV. 26, 46.

Macmorran, Ninian, of Newhall, VI. 101 ; X. 237; XII. 58, 126, 128; XIV. 65.

Macmorran, William, bailie, XII. 58.

Macmorran's Close, XII. 57, 58 ; XIV. 65.

M'Murtrie, Rev. John, essay on ‘Persecution,’ V. 179 and n., 188.

M'Nab, —, Methodist preacher, VIII. 185.

M'Nair, Collector, member of Gowks Club, III. 172.

MacNaught, John, X. 228, 237.

McNaught (Mcnought), Nicolas, XI. 62.

M'Naught, John, bailie in Musselburgh, IV. 138.

M'Naught, (Maknacht), Patrick, VI. 64.

M'Naught, Robert, burgess, XIV. 61.

M'Naught, Roger, bailie, X. 222, 234.

MacNeill, John, clerk of Canongate and Restalrig, XVIII. 36, 37 ; protocol book of, XIX. 151.

McNeill, Malcolm, warded, XII. 191.

M'Neil1, William, of Cragingalt, XVIII. 35.

M'Neill's Crags, X. 95; XVII. App. 10; XVIII. 36, 38, 109 ; XIX. 127 ; Canongate Hammermen meet on, XX. 90. See Neill's Crag.

Maconochie, Allan, first Lord Meadowbank, II. 139 ; a founder of Speculative Society; called to Scots Bar; becomes Professor of the Law of Nature and Nations and, later, a Lord of Session, V. 166; discourse on ‘Harmony,’ 168; other references, 177, 179-81, 188; IX. 111 ; wins gold medal at riding school, XX. 125.

M'Phail, David, Leith, Burlaw bailie, XV. 185.

Macpherson, Cluny, II. 19, 49 ; VI. 114.

Macpherson, Grant, Sir George, III. 177.

M'Pherson, John (1689), XVI. 190.

McPherson, Eneas, warded, IX. 122, 124.

Macqueen (Macquhane), Isobel, wife of Gilbert Lauder, and benefactress of Magdalen Chapel, VIII. 26, 51.

Macqueen (Macquhane), Michael, founder of Magdalen Chapel, VIII. 2, 6, 7, 25, 26, 76 ; inscription on panel in Committee Room, 39-40; armorial bearings, 23, 68; XII. 71 n.

Macqueen, Robert (Lord Braxfield), III. 141; IX. 94; XX. 115. See also Braxfield, Lord.

Macqueen, or Maxwell, William, messenger-at-arms, XVII. 135.

McQueen, James, writer, XIV. 143.

M'Rabie, Reuben, wigmaker, XX. 58.

MacRae, E. J ., Charles II. Statue, Parliament Square, XVII. 82-90; ‘Notes on South Side of Calton Hill, and Statue of Charles II.’ App. 10.

Macrae, Captain, story of, IX. 216.

MacRitchie, Lewis A., late Hon. Secy. of Club, XI. App. 7; entertained, XVI. App. 28-9.

McRonald, John, writer, VI. 140.

M'Rona1d, John D., IV. 134.

Macvicar, Neil, minister of St. Cuthbert's, his prayer for Hanoverian king, II. 37 ; IV. 28; XI. App. 17.

Macvicar, Neil, lord provost, XX. 143, 145.

Macvicar, Daniel, chairmaster, IX. 204.

McWalter, John, warded, XII. 163, 164, 165.

MacWhirter, John, R.A., IX. 107.

MacWhirter, Dr., Gowks Club, III. 172.

McWillie, John, sent to plantations, XII. 167.

Madan, Martin, V. 174, 182.

Madderty, Lord, I. 42, 44 ; IV. 130.

Madras school, Leith, XX. 66.

Magdalen Chapel, 1. 21 ; II. 66 ; III. 81 ; ‘purified’ by Reformation mob, 65; Skinners' arms on shield in, VI. 35 n., 99; founded by Michael Macquhane, burgess of Edinburgh, VIII. 2 ; in possession of Hammermen's Incorporation, 2-5, 8-9, 37, 40, 44 ; foundation charter, 3, 40; extracts from charter of confirmation, 5-10 ; architectural description, 11-36 ; religious history, 12 ; heraldic windows, 13, 28, 53, 66-72 ; tower, 18-19, 32-5; bell, 18, 34-6 ; masons' marks, 19-21; doorway, 21-5, 30; well, 27 ; Cross-house, 28, 51 ; building operations (1614), 29; clock, 35-6 ; fittings and furniture, 36; committee room, 36, 39; chapel, 40-2 ; inscribed panels, 42-50; tombstone of Janet Rynd, 51-60; painted armorial shields, 60-2; railing of iron work, 64-66; stone and plaster panels, 66; movable furniture, 72-5; Hammermen's Bible, 12, 74-5; chronology of, 76-7 ; benefactors of, 48-51 ; now property of Protestant Institute of Scot- land, 2, 77; XI. 9, 11, 125, 139, 141, 162; XII. 59, 128, 143, 149; XIII. 142 ; Club's visit to, XIV. App. 17-19; John Craig preaches in Latin in; General Assembly of 1578 held in; headless body of Marquis of Argyle (1661) laid in; Presbyterian services in, 18; XVI. 86, 93; fire at, 25; 162, 165; XVII. 107.

Magdalene Asylum, XII. 98.

Magdalene Entry, XII. 97.

Magdalene Land, III. 81.

Magistrates, attend proclamation of R. Cromwell, XVI. 51 ; James VI. confers insignia, 80; election of, 81 ; jurisdiction in Leith, 92; eifects of decision anent trades youths, 95-100; warn merchants against exorbitant prices, 108 ; take Test, 110 ; to give in list of Covenanters, 116; baxters of Canongate and; Common Good, 117; King's order anent provostship, 120; claim kirk fines, 122; escape of prisoners, 123, 124; not patrons of Abbey Kirk, 127; coach and horses to be bought for, 130; liability for Kirk-heugh property, 134; to inquire into charges against town clerk, 136; preparation of circuit rolls, 138; congratulatory address to King; abatement of tack duty, 140 ; strangers' names to be given in, 142 ; oppose Lord Errol's claim, 143; abolish corrupt practice; accused of drinking stipends, 144; King stops election of, 145; Act anent beggars, 146; clerkship of Canongate, 147 ; elections to be ratified by King, 152; accused of negligence, 153; salute Lords of Session, 153 ; complaint against fleshers and Vintners, 159; cleansing, vivers and beggars, 163; table of prices of vivers, 165; Act anent flittings, 166; work of sixteenth century, App. 8.

Magistrates, and Masters of Leith, XX. 61-77.

Magna Carta, Town's, XVI. 89.

Magnus, King of Isle of Man, III. 33.

Magnus, Thomas, ambassador, IX. 3.

Mahogany Land, XI. 11.

‘Maiden,’ instrument of execution, IV. 100, 101, 105; X. 94.

Maidenburgh, III. 11.

Maidment, James, X. 118, 127; his collection of curious tracts, XVIII. App. 13.

Maille's land, III. 82.

Main, George, engraver, IX. 81. See Mayne.

Main Point, II. 122, 127 ; XII. 236 ; XVIII. 81-4.

Maine, Barbara, V. 112.

Mair, Gilbert, macer, II. 114-15 ; VI. 124; XII. 201.

Maison Dieu, II. 66.

Maitland, Adam, III. 134.

Maitland, Captain, of Soutra, XX. 55.

Maitland, Chancellor (1591), XVI. 26.

Maitland, Charles, third Earl of Lauderdale, V. 141 ; makes additions to Hatton House, XIII. App. 9 ; XVI. 93. See also Lauderdale.

Maitland, Elizabeth, XII. 184.

Maitland, E. F., solicitor-general, III. 176.

Maitland, George Ferguson, III. 134.

Maitland, Jane, XX. 55.

Maitland, John, fifth Earl of Lauderdale, XIII. App. 10. See also Lauderdale and Ravelrig, Lord.

Maitland, Sir John (1681), XVIII. 25.

Maitland, John, warded, VI. 148.

Maitland, John, Master of the Game, XVI. 105.

Maitland, Margaret, XII. 184.

Maitland, Richard, fourth Earl of Lauderdale, XIII. App. 10.

Maitland, Sir Richard, of Lethington, V. 54 ; X. 128; XIV. 68; XVI. 13, 17.

Maitland, Stuart, III. 134.

Maitland, William, of Lethjngton, secretary to Mary, Queen of Scots, X. 134.

Maitland's History of Edinburgh, purchased by Calton Society, IV. 188.

Maitland's Lane, XII. 155.

Major, John, historian, III. 46.

Major Weir's Close, XII. 59 ; XIX. 36.

Makaske, Besye, VI. 86.

Makcap, Friar John, III. 37.

Makdorod, Friar John, III. 37.

Makdougall, Sir William, master of works, XVII. App. 14.

Make, George, writer, XIII. 120, 129.

Makesone, Eleazer, XVIII. 14.

Makie, John, hammermen, XX. 95.

Maknacht, Patrick, VI. 64.

Malcolm II., V. 3.

Malcolm III., surnamed Ceannmor, carried for safety to England, V. 3 ; becomes king of Cumbria; defeats and slays Macbeth at Lunfanan, 3; crowned at Scone, 4 ; marries (1) widow of Earl of Orkney, 4; receives Edgar Atheling and his two sisters, 4, 5; marries (2) Margaret, sister of Edgar Atheling, 7 ; meets William the Conqueror in Fife, 16 ; makes arrangement with him, 16 ; invades England; returns to Scotland, followed by William II. and his brother Robert; Edgar Atheling as peacemaker; present at foundation of Durham Cathedral; denied admission to royal presence, 16 ; again invades England, and is slain, 17; interred in Church of Holy Trinity at Dunferrnline, 19.

Malcolm V. 10, 14 n.; VI. 12 n.; X. 9.

Malcolm Alexander, minister, XII. 23.

Malcolm C. A., The Gardens of the Castle, XIV. 101-20 ; reads paper on Dalhousie family, XV. App. 25-6; Incorporation of Cordiners of the Canongate, 1538-1773, XVIII. 100-50.

Malcolm John, Ross herald, XVIII. 14.

Malcolm John, XII. 23.

Malcolm Robert, Poker Club, III. 153.

Malcolm William, Unicorn pursuivant, XVIII. 25.

Malcolm's Close, XII. 22, 23.

Malcolmson, John, chaplain, XVII. App. 13.

Malder, John, bishop of Antwerp, V. 60.

Malenes, Z., goldsmith, XII. 110.

Malise of Strathearn, Friar, III. 33.

Malloch, Alexander, wright, XII. 103.

Malloch, James (1832), XII. 104.

Malloch, Mungo, VIII. 145.

Malloch, Robert, encroaches upon North Loch, XIII. 83-5.

Malloch, Robert, merchant, IX. 138, 143, 144, 147.

Malloch, William, baker, XIV. 34, 37.

Malloch, William, XII. 103.

Malloch's Close, I. 12; XII. 103.

Maltmaker, Thomas, III. 80.

Maltmen of Canongate, XVIII. 116, 117.

Maltmen of Leith, IX. 44-6 ; v. Masters, King James's Hospital, XVI. 148 ; XX. 73.

Malvoisin, William, bishop of St. Andrews, and introduction of Friar Preachers into Scotland, III. 23 ; consecrates Friar Clement to Stow Church, 23 ; probably consecrated Edinburgh church of Black Friars, 27.

‘Man of Feeling.’ See Mackenzie, Henry.

Man, Isle of, III. 33-4.

Manderston, Lady, XIII. 115.

Manderston, Patrick, XIV. 59.

Manerstoun, X. 126.

Maniz, Walter, XI. 28.

Mann, Elizabeth, X. 194.

Mann, James, tavern-keeper, III. 158.

Mann, John, gardener, X. 194.

Mann, Robert, tailor, XIII. 129.

Manners & Miller, publishers of Plan of Edinburgh, XII. 235, 236, 240.

Mansfield, Lord, on town council, I. 147, 148; XIX. 54; XX. 41.

Mansfield, Thomas, accountant, III. 173. See Maunsfield.

Mansioun, Andro, wright, XV. 35.

Manuale, The (Holyrood Ordinale), VII. lxxviii.

Manufactures, Commission of the Trustees of, IV. 30, 32.

Map showing old houses remaining in High St. and Canongate at March 1908, I. 1.

Maps of Edinburgh, 1544-1851, with catalogue, XII. 209-47.

Mar, Earl of (1596), III. 215; XII. 142 ; XVI. 5, 29, 59 ; prepares to besiege town, 21 ; oppresses Queen's faction, 24-5.

Mar, Earl of (1633), Captain of Edinburgh Castle, XVIII. 13.

Mar, John, Earl of, and the 'Fifteen, XVIII. 28.

Mar, Lord Erskine, son of Earl of (1617), XVIII. 120.

Mar, Mary, Countess of, XX. 35.

Mar, John (1550), III. 79.

March, Earl of (1662), XVI. 62.

March, William, third Earl of (1735), XIV. 134.

Marchbanks, Edward, town treasurer, XVI. 152. See Marjoribanks.

Marche, Peter, III. 80.

Margaret, wife of Malcolm III., on South Queensferry seal, III. 2 ; apparel of, 40 n. ; V. 1 ; chapel or oratory founded by her, 2 ; erects church in honour of Holy Trinity, 9; religious ideas, 9; charity, 10; abstemiousness, 11 ; encourages foreign merchants; humility, 11 ; religious reforms, 11, 12; lover of books, 13 ; illness, 17 ; death, 18; buried in Church of Holy Trinity at Dunfermline, 19 ; canonisation granted, 34-6; her shrine at Dumfermline, 36; saintly patroness of motherhood, 47; story concerning removal of her remains, 59-60; arms of, 51-2 ; her church reforms, VII. xxv ; X. 6.

Margaret of Anjou, Queen, at priory of Black Friars, III. 46.

Margaret of Denmark, James III.'s queen, III. 42; V. 48.

Margaret of Savoy, IX. 53, 75.

Margaret Tudor, queen of James IV., entry into Edinburgh, II. 70; V. 46; and minority of her son, IX. 1, 2 ; marries Earl of Angus, 5; consents to recall Albany from France, 6-7 ; declared to have forfeited her office of tutrix, 8 ; in England, 13 ; arrangements for her reception in Edinburgh, 16-17; quarrels with Angus, 27 ; X. 62.

Marischal, Earl, III. 153 ; XVIII. 14, 20, 21.

Marjoribanks of Balbardie, III. 205. See Marchbanks.

Marjoribanks James, of Leuchie and Hallyards, III. 205.

Marjoribanks James, notary, XII. 151.

Marjoribanks James, ‘keiper of the Kirk,’ XIII. 124.

Marjoribanks James, bedeman, XVII. 53.

Marjoribanks James (1583), XV. 45.

Marjoribanks Sir John, of the Lees, marries Provost Archibald Stewart's daughter, II. 22 n. ; III. 168, 172, 234 ; XII. 39, 233 ; XIV. 164 and n., 166.

Marjoribanks John, of Leuchie, III. 205.

Marjoribanks John, of that Ilk, III. 205.

Marjoribanks John, of Ratho, XIII. 113.

Marjoribanks John (1528), witness, XVII. 51.

Marjoribanks John (1564), XII. 73. '

Marjoribanks John (1580), XVII. 53.

Marjoribanks John (1658), bailie, IV. 130, 133 ; VIII. 102; XVI. 152.

Marjoribanks (Mariorebankis), Leonard, VI. 92-4; 97.

Marjoribanks Simon, X. 156; XV. 17.

Marjoribanks Thomas, of that Ilk (1541), provost of Edinburgh, III. 205.

Marjoribanks, Thomas (1550), III. 79, 82.

Marjoribanks, William, part proprietor of Common Myre, X. 156.

Marjoribanks family, arms of, III. 204.

Marjoribanks estate, XIX. 157.

Marjoribanks' land, Bell's Wynd, III. 81.

Mark, James, farmer, XV. 185, 187, 188 ; XIX. 128.

Market, fruit and vegetable, I. 150.

Market, days and fairs, XVIII. 48-9.

Market-place, XIV. 12.

Markets, extortion of, XVI. 159; Lords of Session and, 163 ; magistrates to appoint visitors, 164; free, XX. 94.

Marlin's Wynd, XI. 7; XII. 76, 77, 131. 145, 147 ; XIV. 84. See Merlin's Wynd.

Marquis of Lothian's Close, XII. 123.

Marrow-Bone Club, III. 174-7.

Marser, John, mason, IV. 85. See Mercer, Merser.

Marshall, Alexander, servitor, VIII. 155. See Merschel.

Marshall, Andrew, merchant, XII. 55.

Marshall, Anne, XII. 13.

Marshall, Gavin, V. 120.

Marshall, George, tailor, XIII. 134.

Marshall, George, in Balwairdmylne, II. 94.

Marshall, James, S.S.C., XV. 71, 74, 75.

Marshall, James, in Newforgane, II. 94.

Marshall, James, XII. 13.

Marshall, John, maltman, VIII. 103.

Marshall, John, feuar at Valleyfield, X. 241.

Marshall, John, warded, VIII. 133; XI. 47; XII. 167.

Marshall, Marcus, VIII. 155; XI. 62.

Marshall, Margrat, IV. 117.

Marshall, Michael, VI. 97.

Marshall, (Mershell), Robert (1600), IV. 136.

Marshall, Thomas, warded, IV. 116.

Marshall, William, engraver, IX. 79.

Marshall's garden, XVIII. 176.

Martin, bishop of Argyle, III. 33. See Merteine.

Martin, Alexander, commissary clerk, IX. 165 ; XI. 58.

Martin, Archibald, deacon of Skinners, VI. 73, 106.

Martin, Bailie (1795), XIX. 85

Martin, David, portrait painter, IX. 89, 94, 97 ; and mezzotint process of engraving, 108.

Martin, Elizabeth, X. 179.

Martin, George, in Portsburgh, XII. 172.

Martin, George, covenanter, executed, IX. 127.

Martin, Henry (1674), sea captain, VI. 127; charge of piracy, XVI. 92.

Martin, John, in Pittendreich, II. 94; XII. 166.

Martin, Margaret, dweller in Canaan, X. 178.

Martin, Robert, clerk to Justice Court, VI. 143.

Martin, Thomas, covenanter, V. 144.

Martin, William, bookseller, XVIII. 2.

Martin, William, in Portsburgh, XII. 173.

Martin, ship, IX. 56-60.

Martyne, —, ‘wobstar,’ IX. 20.

Martyrology, The, VII. xlix.

Martyrs' Monument, XVII. 134; XVIII. 157.

Marwick, Sir James D., town clerk, XIV. 149; XVII. 91, 94 n. ; XIX. 94.

Marwood, Thomas, perfumer, XII. 201.

Mary of Gueldres, queen of James II., III. 45-6 and n. ; V. 46; X. 37 ; foundress of Trinity College Church, XIII. 80; XIV. 53; XV. 127-8; her body removed from Trinity College Church to Holyrood, 131; XVI. App. 9; XVII. 7 ; XIX. 92.

Mary of Guise. See Lorraine.

Mary, Queen of Scots, III. 58, 74, 210; and Roseburn House, 187 ; presents town with garden of Grey Friars, 219 ; Wesley an admirer of, VIII. 163, 192-193; X. 40, 41, 133, 216; and Old Tolbooth, XIV. 9, 83, 95 ; her surrender at Carberry, App. 14-15 ; last night in Edinburgh, XV. 51, 52; and Town Council, App. 15-16 ; her party lodges near Castle, XVI. 17; all opposed to, to leave town, 18, 19; crowned at Stirling, XVIII. 12; XIX. 159.

Mary King's Close, I. 7; XI. 11; XII. 28, 65; carved stones in, XIV. 51, 95-96.

Maryfield (i.e. King's Stables Road), XVIII. 98.

Mary's (Queen) Bath, XI. 11.

Mary's Chapel, I. 50; XI. 11; XVI. 89. See also St. Mary's Chapel.

Mash, James, warded, XII. 195.

Mason, Alexander (1567), XV. 34. See Meason, Measson.

Mason, Alexander, chairman, IX. 219.

Mason, John, baker, XII. 129.

Mason, John, XII. 18.

Mason, Thomas, cordiner, XIV. 44; XVIII. 114.

Mason, Walter, master of works, XIV. 112.

Mason, (Measson), William, mason, VI. 122.

Masons, King's Master, XIX. 170.

Masons, (with Wrights) raise declarator against eight trades, XVI. 88-91.

Masquerade, XIX. 35, 62 ; nature of, 32-33; opposition to, 63-5, 66; Topham and, 63 ; warehouse for supply of requisites for, 66-7.

Massie, Andrew, regent in philosophy, I. 107 ; VIII. 89, 91, 92, 93, 95, 100 ; accused of Romanism, 94 ; dismissed by Town Council, 96 ; reinstated by Court of Session, 96, 99.

Massie, Ann, I. 107.

Master of the Revels, VI. 38.

Master of Works' Close, XII. 155.

Master-General of Black Friars, III. 77 ; priority of, 30 ; Scottish vicariate directly under, 34, 36, 41 ; letter from James IV. to, 51-2.

Masterton, Adam, VI. 147.

Mather, David, in Brignes, V. 154.

Matheson, Andrew, smith, XX. 100. See Mathieson, Matthewson.

Matheson, Cuthbert, weaver, XI. 131, 133 n., 134; XII. 129.

Matheson, Duncan, sheriff of Leith, XX. 63, 65.

Matheson, George, skirmer, VI. 69, 73, 96.

Matheson, Peter, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Matheson, Robert, architect, XVII. 174 and n.

Mathie, George, candlemaker, XVII. 110, 157, 158, 171. See Matthie.

Mathie, George, jeweller, III. 231.

Mathieson, Glashan, VI. 144. See Matheson.

Mathison, Grizel, XII. 178.

Mathison, Margaret, XVII. 109.

Mathison, Thomas, his poem of ‘The Goff,’ II. 15 ; XVIII. 3, 4.

Matilda, daughter of Queen Margaret, V. 7.

Matthew, Dominican abbot, III. 23.

Matthewson, Gilbert, bailie, XIV. 182. See Matheson, Mathieson.

Matthie, George, V. 135. See Mathie.

Mauchan, Alexander, XII. 61 ; XIV. 67.

Mauchan, Isobel, wife of William Nisbet (son of the ‘merchant’), afterwards of George Bannatyne, I. 86 ; her lands of Gilmerton, X. 131, 237.

Mauchan, John, bailie, I. 86; XII. 61; XIV. 67 ; XVII. 51.

Mauchan, William (1598), X. 228, 237; XV. 17.

Mauchan's Close, I. 86 ; XII. 61, 62 ; XIV. 67.

Maule, Fox, III. 130.

Maule, Hon. Harry, of Kelly, V. 161 ; XII. 48; XIII. App. 14.

Maule, James, fourth Earl of Panmure, XIII. App. 13.

Maule, James, son of Hon. Harry, XIII. App. 14, 15.

Maule, Hon. John, baron of Exchequer, XII. 48; XV. 125.

Maule, John, of Inverkeilor, XII. 48.

Maule, Patrick, XII. 58.

Maule, William, afterwards Earl Panmure of Forth, XIII. App. 15.

Maule, William, legacy to weaving industry, XVII. 58.

Maulsley, Lady, XII. 160, 161.

Maulwood, Thomas, XII. 194.

Maunsfield, — , ‘a gentleman,’ XVI. 11. See Mansfield.

Mausie Smith's Close, XII. 96.

Maw (Mav), Rynzen, VI. 94.

Mawer, Walter, VI. 97.

Maxton, James, latterly Maxton-Graham of Cultoquhey, III. 135.

Maxtoun, John, his lands in Cowgate, III. 89.

Maxwell, Agnes, sister of the Sciennes, X. 127, 130.

Maxwell, Alexander, treasurer, Royal Edinburgh Volunteers, III. 162.

Maxwell, Alexander (1654), XVIII. 177.

Maxwell, Gavin, Paisley, VIII. 147.

Maxwell, Henry, Oyster Club, III. 174. Herbert, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 221, 222, 229, 230, 236 ; XV. 49, 50.

Maxwell, Hugh, of Dalswinton, warded, IX. 168; XI. 22; XII. 206.

Maxwell, James, of Kirkconnel, II. 39.

Maxwell, James, bishop of Ross, V. 100.

Maxwell, James, son of Bishop of Ross, V. 100.

Maxwell, Sir John, of Pollok (1683), VIII. 156; XI. 45; XII. 181, 197; XVI. Introd.

Maxwell, Sir John, of Hoog, XII. 184.

Maxwell, John, of Dalswinton, IV. 115, 142; V. 135.

Maxwell, John, bishop of Ross, XVIII. 18.

Maxwell, John, minister of St. Giles’, XIII. 19.

Maxwell, John, ‘taylor,’ VI. 112.

Maxwell, John, bailie of Paisley, VIII. 127 ; XI. 42.

Maxwell, John (1619), X. 256.

Maxwell, John, servitor, XVIII. 46.

Maxwell, Jonet, XV. 39.

Maxwell, Lady, her friendship with Wesley, VIII. 162, 182, 183, 197 ; joins Methodists, 180; establishes school for poor children, 181, 190 ; Lady Glenorchy and, 185-6; Wesley writes to, 186 ; religious attitude, 187 ; Wesley's influence on, 188-9 ; a pioneer of Sunday Schools, 190 ; inserts notice of Wesley's death in Edinburgh newspapers, 191 ; XI. 11.

Maxwell, Lady, of Monreith, IV. 80 ; XIX. 72.

Maxwell, Master of, V. 54.

Maxwell, Patrick (1655), XVI. 42.

Maxwell, Polk, of that Ilk, IX. 169.

Maxwell, Richard, saddler, VIII. 35.

Maxwell, Robert, in Jock's Lodge, IV. 160, 173.

Maxwell, Sir Walter, of Pollok, VIII. 188.

Maxwell, Sir William (1776), member of Wig Club, III. 141, 152.

Maxwell, William, of Monreith (1661), IV. 138.

Maxwell, William, of Preston, VIII. 181.

Maxwell, Willielma. See Glenorchy, Lady.

Maxwell, Zachary, of Blawarthill, IX. 163 ; XII. 198.

May Drummond's Close, XII. 120.

Mayfield, X. 215, 223 ; superiority of, sold to Sir William Arbuthnot, 220.

Mayfield, Loan (Cant's Loaning), X. 56, 85, 211, 212, 215, 220.

Mayne, Katherine, XVI. 4. See Main.

Mazzanti, Peralto, engaged by Musical Society, XIX. 207-9.

Meadow Place, X. 247, 252.

Meadow Tank, XIV. 163.

Meadow Walk, V. 81 ; XVIII. 81, 157.

Meadowbank, Lord (1829), XV. 212. See also Maconochie, Allan.

Meadowbank, XII. 211.

Meadows, Sir Sidney, XX. 117.

Meadows, I. 33 ; II. 62, 74 ; IX. 205, 210 ; X. 2, 5, 52, 54, 65, 235, 238; Act prohibiting building upon, 251, 253; improved by Hope of Rankeillor, 258-60 ; drainage operations in, 260-1, 263; XII. 100, 218, App. 18 ; agricultural experiments in, XV. 168, App. 18; XVIII. 82; prohibition of buildings in, 91; 93, 95, 156, 157, 158, 162, 163, 170; XIX. 79.

Meallen, Thomas (1658), IV. 123. See Melin.

Meal Market, IV. 52; XI. 11, 132, 136; XII. 14, 16, 67, 131, 139, 154; XIII. 1, 20, 22, 133; XIV. 8, 75; XVI. 41.

Mealmarket Close, XIII. 1.

Mealmarket Stair, XII. 131.

Mearns, David, minister, XIII. 127 and n.

Mears, F. C., lectures on ‘Edinburgh before Flodden,’ XI. App. 21; Measured Drawings of Lawnmarket and Castlehill made by Thomas Hamilton, Architect, XII. 249-50; conducts Club members round Flodden Wall, XVIII. App. 30-2.

Meason, Agnes and Alexander, XII. 19. See Mason.

Measone, Thomas, cordiner, XIV. 44.

Measson, Alexander, sent to plantations, XII. 167.

Measures, false, VI. 140.

Medical School, Edinburgh, IV. 14; XV. 156, 162.

Medical Society. See Royal Medical Society.

Medicine Gardens, XV. 145-6. See Botanic Gardens.

Medina, Sir John, XIX. 181.

Medwin, Thomas C., Shelley's kinsman, XI. 81.

Medwyn, Lord (John Hay Forbes), II. 165 ; XVIII. 209.

Meek, David, XVI. Introd. xxix.

Meek, Mr., assistant, Canongate School, XX. 24.

Meek, William, candlemaker, XVII. 140, 141.

Meggatland, XVIII. 172.

Megget, Alexander (1738), XIX. 99, 100.

Megget, John, cordiner, XIV. 44.

Meikle, Agnes, XII. 109.

Meikle, Alexander, writer, XII. 109.

Meikle, Janet, X. 219 n.

Meikle, John, of Bell foundry, XVII. 19.

Meikle, John, in Evandaleboune, II. 95.

Meikleridge, XV. 185.

Mein, Bartholomew, XII. 155.

Mein, John, XII. 155; XIII. 96, 120.

Mein, Patrick, XII. 155.

Mein, Robert, keeper of letter-office, II. 103 ; VI. 146 ; warded in Tolbooth, XI. 35; XVI. 150.

Mein's Close, XII. 155.

Meldrum of Binns and Stirling of Keir, encounter between, II. 126.

Meldrum laird of, V. 124; XVI. 116.

Meldrum, George, of Crombie, XI. 36, 69.

Meldrum, George, minister at Edinburgh, XVI. 111.

Meldrum, Joshua, Kinghorn, XVI. 64, 65.

Meldrum, Lady (1685), XVI. 146.

Meldrumsheuch, I. 131. See Drumsheugh.

Mele, William (1519), X. 73. See Mill, Milne.

Melfort, Duke of, VIII. 82 ; XVI. 107, 145, 147, 161, 163.

Melin, Mitchell (1658), IV. 129. See Meallen.

Melline, Jean, IX. 169.

Melrose, abbots of, mansion of, I. 10; XII. 81, 149.

Melrose, Andrew, tea merchant, XVII. App. 9.

Melrose, David (1550), III. 82.

Melrose, David, Robertson's Close, XII. 149.

Melrose, John (1684), XVI. 134.

Melrose, William, wright, XII. 149.

Melrose Close, High St., XII. 81.

Melrose Close, Cowgate, XII. 148, 149.

Melrose's Land, III. 81.

Melrose's Wynd, III. 78a.

Melvill, David, provost, II. 68; IX. 12; X. 72, 73.

Melvill, David, (1571), XVI. 19.

Melvill, Captain James, XVI. 18.

Melvill, John (1633), XX. 8.

Melville, Andrew, Church reformer, XIV. App. 18.

Melville, Andrew, M.D., of Redbraes, XIX. 170.

Melville, Daniel, writer, XIII. 120.

Melville, Henry, first Viscount. See Dundas, Henry.

Melville, Henry, third Viscount. See Dundas, Henry.

Melville, Sir James, ambassador, IX. 104.

Melville, James, of Carnbee, XX. App. 25.

Melville, James, golf-ball maker, XVIII. 124.

Melville, John, of Carnbee, VIII. App. 4 ; XX. App. 25.

Melville, J. Whyte, member of Wig Club, III. 141.

Melville, Mr., of Hanley, XVIII. 8.

Melville, Robert, second Viscount, XVIII. 196, 206. See Dundas.

Melville, (Melvin), Robert, warded, IX. 128.

Melville, Walter, Rothesay herald, VIII. 64.

Melville, (Mailvill), William, XV. 44.

Melville Monument, the promoters, XV. 207 ; various sites considered, 208 ; St. Andrew Square chosen; legal proceedings taken by Sir Patrick Walker, 209 ; claim of architect for a percentage, 210 ; increased expenditure, 210-11 ; committee's scheme to raise money, 212; end of troubles, 213.

Menmure, Lord (John Lindsay), on a provision for parish ministers, XIII. 28.

Menteith, Alexander, cordiner, XVIII. 115. See Monteith.

Menteith, Robert, minister of Duddingston, XX. App. 29.

Menzies, Alexander, of Coulterallers, X. 219 n.

Menzies, Archibald, of Culdares, III. 153.

Menzies, Bailie (1701), X. 206.

Menzies, Captain, XII. 106.

Menzies, James, of Culdares, VIII. 143, 144; IX. 142, 145.

Menzies, James, in Dalvine, VIII. 121.

Menzies, John, of Cambo, XI. 68, 72.

Menzies, John, advocate, XII. 204.

Menzies, Mary, X. 219 n.

Menzies, Patrick (1684), IX. 119.

Menzies, Robert, covenanter, V. 137.

Menzies, Thomas, of Letham, X. 199.

Menzies, Thomas, of Easter Morningside, X. 203.

Menzies, Thomas, of Carlops, XIII. 131.

Menzies, Sir. William, of Gledstanes, IV. 60.

Menzies, Sir William, of St. Germains, X. 199 and n.

Menzies, William, of Easter Morningside, X. 203.

Menzies, William, procurator, XIX. 112.

Menzies, William (1674), VI. 127.

Menzies' Pocket Guide to Edinburgh, XII. 246.

Mercat Close, XII. 38.

Mercat Cross. See Cross of Edinburgh.

Mercer, Archibald, XII. 51. See Marser, Merser.

Mercer, Bailie (1672), VI. 110.

Mercer, George, member of Gowks Club, III. 172.

Mercer, James, minister, Penicuik, XII. 186.

Mercer, Lawrence, bailie, V. 103, 104.

Mercer, William, of Aldie, X. 199.

Merchant Company of Edinburgh, their premises in Cowgate, XII. 137 ; XIV. 116; XVII. 120, 122; XX. 63; Sir A. Brand and, 30-1 ; lend money to riding school, 131.

Merchant Guilds, VI. 12-14, 23-4.

Merchant Hall, Hunter Square, IX. 221.

Merchant Maidens' Hospital, II. 8 ; IV. 9 ; XIV. 116, 143; XVII. 118.

Merchant Street, I. 22.

Merchants, dispute with craftsmen, XVI. 75 ; dispute with trades, 86, 100 ; charge exorbitant prices, 108; import prohibited goods, 116, 161 ; sell prohibited goods, 119 ; complain against cloth manufacturers, 126 ; must attend exchange, 155; break Sumptuary Act, 157; overcharge for silk stuffs, 158; XVII. 92.

Merchiston, David, minister, XIII. 121 and n.

Merchiston, II. 62; Highland army at, 24; lands of, 144; or Dowcroft, X. 4; king's sergeant at, 19 ; 56, 80, 93 ; 193, 198, 203, 206, 210; Little, 205; Over, 244 n. ; 249 ; Dalry conjoined with, XX. 28 ; North, 43.

Merchiston, Butts, X. 206.

Merchiston, Castle, I. 34, 78; XV. App. 23-4; XVI. 6, 22-4; XX. 26.

Merchiston, Land, XII. 82.

Merchiston, Loch, X. 205.

Merchistons of that Ilk, XV. App. 23.

Mercier, Philip, his views of Edinburgh, XVIII. App. 9.

Mercurius Caledonius, XVI. 67 n.

‘Mercury,’ Sign of the, IV. 6 ; XIX. 194.

Mergill, Michill, skinner, VI. 72.

Merlin, John, XII. 77. See Merlion.

Merlin, William, jr., XII. 77.

Merlin's Wynd, X. 132 ; XII. 76. See also Marlin's Wynd.

Merlion, Walter, builder of Gothic porch, Holyrood, I. 13 ; XII. 76, 77 ; XIV. 84. See Merlin.

Merschel, Robert (1509), III. 93. See Marshall.

Merser, Archibald, Culross, XIII. 59. See Marser, Mercer.

Merser, Colonel James, IV. 141.

Merston, Robert, cordiner, XVIII. 144-5.

Merteine, Jonet, XVIII. 123. See Martin.

Mertoun, Ralph, writing master, XX. 17.

Messengers-of-Arms, XX. App. 14.

Messiah, Handel's, XIX. 198, 203, 205.

Metcalf's tavern, II. 154.

Methestoun's land, III. 82.

Methodism, a failure in Scotland, VIII. 160-2; in Edinburgh, 173-5; controversy between Dr. John Erskine and Wesley, 176-9; Methodist preachers expelled from St. Mary's Chapel, 185-7.

Methodist chapel in Low Calton, VIII. 173, 174-5, 183; XIX. 110.

Methodists, among Jacobite troops, II. 36, 37 ; XIX. 110.

Methven, Lord (David Smyth), III. 153; XV. App. 13.

Methven, Lord (Henry Stewart), X. 242, 243; XVI. 22, 62.

Methven, Michael, Robert, X. 38.

Midcommon Close, XII. 90 ; carved panel in, XVII. 35.

Mid Yard (Blackfriars), II. 72.

Middelburg, and the Staple, I. 97 ; IX. 50-6 ; Scottish Commissioners to fix the Staple at, 67 ; delay in signing agreement, 69 ; project relinquished, 74.

Middle Baxter's Close, XII. 14, 15, 16.

Middle Baxter's Court, XII. 16.

Middle Common Close, XII. 90.

Middle Fleshmarket Close, XII. 22, 36, 37.

Middle Meadow Walk, X. 258; XVIII. 81.

Middle Meal Market, XII. 131.

Middledrum, XVIII. App. 17.

Middlefield, XIV. App. 10.

Middleton, Earl of, V. 100; XVI. 59, 60, 62, 64.

Middleton, Major (1655), XVI. 42.

Middleton's Entry, IX. 212.

Midlothian Road Trustees. See Road Trustees.

Milenus, Zacharias, VIII. 106.

Militia, Edinburgh, in Bothwell Brig fight, II. 88-9; guarding prisoners in Greyfriars, 93.

Militia, Bill, III. 150-1.

Militia, Club. See Poker Club.

Mill, Alexander and Robert, V. 120. See Mele, Miln, Milne, Myln, Mylne.

Mill, Humphrey, XIX. 99.

Mill, John, keeper of Tolbooth, V. 125, 126.

Mill's Court, XII. 38.

Millar, Janet, accused of witchcraft, IV. 142. See Miller, Myller.

Millar, Jean, VI. 112.

Millar, Margrat, VI. 119.

Millar, Mr., No. 167 Canongate, XX. 23.

Millar, William, covenanter, II. 95.

Millar, William, whipped for false writings, IV. 116.

Millar, William (1668), V. 143.

Miller, Alexander, master tailor to the King, X. 28, 237. See Miller, Myller.

Miller, Alexander, glazier, XVIII. 74.

Miller, Alexander, Eaglesham, VIII. 138.

Miller, Andrew, minister, warded, IX. 160 ; XI. 42.

Miller, Andre (1682), warded, VIII. 137.

Miller, Daniel, merchant, Canongate, XII. 98

Miller, Grizel. See Grant, Mrs., of Prestongrange.

Miller, Hugh, VIII. 181 ; on Lady Glenorchy's Chapel, 182 n. ; his description of South Loch, X. 254, 260.

Miller, James (1690), VIII. 89.

Miller, John, in Wattershauch, VI. 156 ; XI. 25, 35.

Miller, J., Parliament Close, III. 231.

Miller, Major, of Horse Guards Blue, in sanctuary, XV. 97.

Miller, Patrick, merchant, III. 152.

Miller, Peter, his brochure on Old Tolbooth, IV. 78; XIV. 7, 8; XVII. 13; XX. App. 11-13.

Miller, Richard (1685), XI. 53.

Miller, Robert, dean of guild, III. 221 ; IV. 78 ; XII. 22 ; his Municipal Buildings of Edinburgh, XIV. 8-11.

Miller, Robert, mason, XI. 22, 23.

Miller, Robert, candlemaker, XVII. 135.

Miller, Robert, covenanter, II. 97, 98, 100, 102; VI. 136.

Miller, Sarah, wife of Thomas Fleming, X. 28, 237.

Miller, Sir Thomas, of Barskimming, tenant of Dean House, I. 125; XVII. 162.

Miller, Thomas, covenanter, VI. 136 ; XII. 200, 201.

Miller, William, jun., of Glenlee, III. 154.

Miller, William, seedsman, I. 107, 108; XII. 125; XV. 65; XVII. 13.

Miller, William, ‘Turner's best engraver,’ IX. 101; XVII. 4, 13; XVIII. App. 10.

Miller, William, Wagering Club, II. 158.

Miller, William, merchant, XII. 98.

Miller, William, soldier, VI. 148, 149.

Miller of Mansfield, The, XI. 169.

Millerfield House, IX. 102.

Miller's Close, I. 11 ; XII. 98, 99.

Miller's (Quaker) Gardens, XI. 11.

Miller's Land, XII. 98.

Milligan's tavern, Royal Exchange, XX. 23.

Milliken, James, of that Ilk, XVIII. 172.

Million, Alexander, collector of Customs, VI. 117.

Mills on Water of Leith, XVIII. 43.

Mills Mount (Castle), XI. 11.

Miln, David, tailor, XII. 114. See Mill, Milne, Myln, Mylne.

Miln, Henry, smith, XVIII. 62.

Miln, Henry, Umphra, VIII. 49.

Milne, Alexander, Linlithgow, XVI. 141.

Milne, Sir David, XVIII. 99.

Milne, David, warded, VIII. 137.

Milne, David, mason, XII. 113.

Milne, George, clerk to Commissioners of Police, XIV. 167.

Milne, John (1747), XII. 115.

Milne, John, drummer in Calton, XIX. 117.

Milne, Thomas, mason, XII. 115.

Milne, William, merchant, XI. 24, 25.

Milne, See also Mill, Miln, Mylne.

Milne's Close, I. 16; XII. 114.

Milne's Court, I. 3, 4; III. 243; IX. 228; XI. 11, 14; XII. 10, 11, 38, 153 ; XIV. 59, 73, 74; XVIII. 86.

Milne's Entry, XII. 10.

Milne's Pictorial Plan of Edinburgh, XII. 246.

Miln's Court, Canongate, XII. 114.

Miln's Land, Canongate, XII. 114.

Miln's Square. See Mylne Square.

Milton, Lord, mansion of, I. 14 ; IX. 220 ; XI. 11, 13; XII. 101, 121, 122. See also Fletcher, Andrew.

Milton, Lady, XIX. 50; a directress of the ‘Assembly,’ 89.

Minish's Close, XII. 45.

Ministers, in Tolbooth, V. 95-8, 104, 105, 111, 113, 146; crafts and stipends, VI. 34; XIII. 28-9, 37, 38, 48, 93-4; XV. 6, 35-8 ; XVI. 46 ; stipends, 86-7 ; liability of Lords of Session for stipends, 101-3, 157 ; search for intercommuned, 104 ; not to keep ‘Latin schoolls,’ 105 ; outed, 107; refuse Test, 111; not to sit in pulpit, 121 ; Holyrood stipends, 126, 127 ; to take Test, 132; Abjuration Oath, 139 ; seditious sermons, 145- 155 ; cess and annuity, 151.

Minnesingers, collection of arms of, III. 7.

Mint, I. 19, 92; II. 48; III. 233, 250; XI. 11; XII. 84, 150; XV. 103, 108, 109 ; XVI. 119, 137 ; weights and measures, 158; opened, 160; depute and master, 161 ; XVIII. 149, App. 25.

Mint Close, XII. 83, 84; residents in, XV. 110.

Minto, Gilbert, second Earl of, member of Friday Club, III. 115. See also Elliot, Sir Gilbert.

Minto, Lady (1667), V. 136.

Minto, House, XI. 11.

Miracle plays, VI. 36-8 and n.

Mirrie, John, warded, IX. 128, 129.

Mirrie, Robert, of Carrubber, XII. 41.

Mirrie, William (1682), executed, VIII. 132.

Mirror, The, III. 142 ; contributors to, 143-4.

Mirror Club, account of the, III. 142-5.

Mirtle, Thomas, farmer, XV. 185, 202.

Mirtle, Thomas, XII. 142.

Mitchel, Bailie Robert, brewer in Portsburgh, X. 179, 181; XX. 48, 57; feus ground in Dalry, 46-7 ; his building schemes; tombstone in St. Cuthbert's Churchyard, 47.

Mitchell, Alexander, of Stow, XX. App. 17, 32. See Mitchel.

Mitchell, Andrew, covenanter, II. 95.

Mitchell, Andrew, student, VIII. 91.

Mitchell, Andrew, Leith captain, XVI. 19, 22.

Mitchell, Sir Arthur, X. 208.

Mitchell, Captain, and siege of Castle (1573), V. 63.

Mitchell, David, treasurer for the Parliament House, XIII. 76 n.

Mitchell, David, brewer, XV. 184, 187, 188, 190, 197, 201.

Mitchell, Edward, engraver, IX. 85, 97.

Mitchell, George, deacon of Hammermen, XVII. 83.

Mitchell, James, his attempt on Archbishop Sharp's life, VI. 122 ; XIII. App. 9.

Mitchell, James, goldsmith, XII. 129.

Mitchell, James (1682), banished, VIII. 125.

Mitchell, Janet (1723), IX. 193.

Mitchell, Jean, Restalrig, IV. 163.

Mitchell, John, of Alderston, XII. 106.

Mitchell, John, in Dippelbum, V. 137.

Mitchell, John (1642), X. 195 n.

Mitchell, John, vintner, XII. 26.

Mitchell, John, town officer, XIII. 125.

Mitchell, John, Burlaw bailie, XV. 182, 184, 198 n.

Mitchell, John, warded, XI. 47, 51.

Mitchell, (or Arthur), Margaret, candlemaker, XVII. 145.

Mitchell, Robert, in Dippelburn, V. 137.

Mitchell, Sydney, architect, XX. App. 18.

Mitchell, Rev. Thomas, V. 190.

Mitchell, William, farmer, XV. 185, 187, 193, 194.

Mitchell, William, president, Surgeon's Hospital, XVII. 119.

Mitchell, William, Tincklarian doctor, XVIII. App. 13.

Mitchell, William, merchant, Leith. XX. 47.

Mitchell, William, son of John M., in Dippelburn, V. 137.

Mitchell, William, in Smealam, IV. 118.

Mitchellhill, Bailie (1685), XI. 27.

Mitchell's Close, XII. 26.

Mitchelson, James, of Howlatstoun, VIII. 153, 154, 156.

Mitchelson, James, jeweller, IV. 60.

Mitchelson, John, of Middleton, XII. 25.

Mitchelson, Robert, clerk to Incorporated Trades of Calton, XVIII. 47, 65.

Mitchelson, William, account for Montrose's reinterment, I. 39.

Mitford, Robert, XX. 155.

Mobs, XII. App. 19.

Mock Lawyer, XI. 168.

Moderatism, VIII. 170.

Moffat, Cumberland, XII. 48.

Moffat, James, covenanter, XII. 166.

Moffat, John, maltman, XV. 42.

Moffat, John, candlemaker, XVII. 104, 138, 139, 141.

Moffat, John, in Calton, XIX. 118.

Moffat, John, XII. 79.

Moffat, Matthew, miller, V. 106.

Moffat, Patrick, candlemaker, XVII. 139, 141, 143.

Moffat, Robert, drummer in Calton, XIX. 117.

Moffat, William, legacy to Candlemakers, XVII. 109.

Moffat, William, XII. 48.

Moffat, William, flesher, XVI. 96, 97, 100.

Moffat's Close, XII. 48, 156.

Moffat's Well, XII. 141.

Moir, John, of Craigaruall, IX. 174.

Moira, Thomas, second Earl of, XIV. 155 and n. ; XX. 145, 152, App. 30.

Monach, Alexander, weaver, X. 210.

Monboddo, Lord (James Burnett), I. 11 ; IV. 37; IX. 218.

Monck, General, III. 223 ; IV. 123, 125-7 ; 130; XV. 138; XVI. 48, 53, 54; entry into city, 40; XIX. 183.

Moncreiff, Alexander, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 176.

Moncreiff, Alexander (1684), IX. 171.

Moncreiff, Sir Henry, II. 163.

Moncreiff, H. J., Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Moncreiff, James, Lord Moncreiff of Tullibole, III. 172, 175, 176, 234; IX. 103; XIV. 173.

Moncreiff, James, skinner, VI. 98.

Moncreiff, Thomas (1664), V. 121, 122.

Moncreiff, William, of Balcaskie, IV. 143.

Moncreiff, William, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 175, 176.

Moncur, Andrew (1508), III. 93.

‘Monk's Seat,’ XIV. 68.

Momnouth, Duke of, II. 89; his pacific influence in Edinburgh, 93.

Monro, Albert, of Coul, XII. 13. See Munro.

Monro, Alexander, of Bearcrofts, VIII. 158 ; IX. 133, 156, 157.

Monro, Alexander, principal of Town's College, VIII. 79, 80, 81, 84, 90; XVI. 147, 148.

Monro, Alexander, primus., anatomist, II. 26 ; IV. 14, 15, 16 ; XV. 140, 143, 147, 157 ; XX. 118.

Monro, Alexander, secundus, medically examines John Wesley, VIII. 195 ; XV. App. 13.

Monro, Alexander, tertius, XV. App. 13.

Monro, Andre (1658), IV. 123.

Monro, Daniel (1734), XV. 87.

Monro, John, of Lemlair, IV. 139.

Monro, John, prof. of Medicine, his scheme to build hospital for the poor, XV. 140, 154.

Monro, Sir Robert, his regiment, XVIII. 4.

Monro, Robert, XII. 13.

Monro, Robert, hangman, XVI. 131.

Monro's Close, XII. 100, 101. See Munro's Close.

Mons Meg, V. 28, 31 ; IX. 13 ; XVI. 55 n.

Montagu, Duke of, XX. 137.

Monteath, George, merchant, IX. 167.

Monteith (Monteyth), Alexander, cordiner, XIV. 37, 43. See Menteith.

Monteith Alexander (1675), VI. 128.

Monteith Henry (1664), V. 115.

Monteith J., St. Mary's Wynd, XII. 112.

Monteith Robert, of Randyford, XII. 50.

Monteith William, of Carrubber, XII. 41, 50.

Monteith's Close, XII. 46, 47 ; XV. 121.

Monteith's Theatre of Mortality, II. 146 ; IV. 73 n.

Montgomerie of Hessilheid, III. 190 n. See Mundegumbri.

Montgomerie Alexander, poet, III. 190 n.

Montgomerie, Ezekiel, IX. 124, 128, 130, 134.

Montgomerie, Gilbert (1571), XVI. 19.

Montgomerie, Jean, wife of George Lind of Gorgie, III. 190-1 n.

Montgomerie, John (1664), V. 117.

Montgomery, Alexander, of Sloss (1715), XVIII. 59 n.

Montgomery, Barbara, XX. 58.

Montgomery, Colonel (1657), XVI. 48.

Montgomery, Colonel Andrew (? d. 1800), III. 141, 153.

Montgomery, Sir James, of Stanhope, XV. App. 20.

Montgomery, James, lord advocate, XVII. 162.

Montgomery, James, infeft in Dalry property, XX. 42

Montgomery, Matthew, warded, VI. 115, 116.

Montgomery, Robert, lord provost, IV. 47.

Montgomery, Vaughan, XX. 50.

Montpelier, Bruntsfield, XX. App. 35.

Montrose, James, first Marquess of, condemned by Committee of Estates, I. 31-2; dying prayer, 32-3 ; execution, and burial under gibbet on Burgh Muir, 33-4; abstraction and embalming of his heart; heart sent to son in Flanders, 34-5 ; Charles II.'s reparation to memory of; obsequies at re-interment, 36-7 ; funeral accounts, 37-42; the dispersed members, 44-5; burial place, 45; monument, 46; H. 144; IV. 111; V. 112; X. 93-5 ; XVI. 34, 35, 50 n., 59 ; XIX. 15; XX. 27, 91.

Montrose, second Marquess of, I. 34, 35, 43, 44; X. 94.

Montrose, James, third Duke of. See Graham, James, Marquis of (1782).

Montrose, John, third Earl of, I. 45.

Montrose aisle, St. Giles’, I. 45.

Monypenny, David. See Pitmilly, Lord.

Monypenny, Patrick, of Pilrig, XI. App. 19-20; XIX. 154; XX. App. 20.

Monypenny, Robert, of Pilrig, XX. App. 20.

Monypenny, Robert, first wife of Sir John Nisbet of Dirleton, I. 111.

Monypennys of Pilrig, XIX. 144, 156.

Moodie, Janet, XVIII. 177. See Mudie.

Moodie, John, Writer, XIII. 111, 140, 144.

Moodie, Thomas, IV. 150; XIII. 103 and n.; mortification, XVI. 110, 165; to build lodging and chapel for bishop, 144; XVII. App. 21 ; buys lands of Tollcross, XVIII. 177.

Moodie, William, merchant, XIII. 115, 118, 119, 128, 139.

Moodie, Captain (1689), XVI. 208.

Moor, David (1666), V. 134. See Muir.

Moore, Alexander, extentor, XIII. 98.

Moore, James (1668), V. 137.

Moray, Alexander, fifth Earl of, XII. App. 21. Francis, ninth Earl of, his mansion at Drumsheugh, H. 133 ; and Wig Club, III. 137-9, 141; XVII. 77; XIX. 74.

Moray, Francis, tenth Earl of, XII. App. 23.

Moray, Francis James, sixteenth Earl of (1908), and Restalrig Church, IV. 153, 157 n., 159.

Moray, James, Earl of, natural son of James IV., IX. 16.

Moray, James, eighth Earl of, and South Leith Church, VII. App. 7 ; XII. 117 ; XVIII. 178; XIX. 41.

Moray, Ranulph, Earl of, V. 33, 38, 41; VI. 2.

Moray, Regent, III. 55, 63 ; IV. 93 ; V. 57 ; X. 154 n.; XV. 39; XVIII. 210 n.

Moray, Countess-Dowager of (1746), XIX. 53 ; a directress of the ‘Assembly,’ 91 ; XX. 52.

Moray aisle, Restalrig Church, IV. 181.

Moray House, described, I. 15 ; Cromwell at, III. 217; XI. 11; XII. 116; Club visits, App. 21-6 ; carved stones at, XVII. 27-8; XVIII. 101.

More, Jacob, painter, III. 160.

More, William, of Abercom, II. 144 ; III. 180. See also Mure.

Moredun, XII. 24.

Morehead, William, Poker Club, III. 150, 154. See Muirhead.

Morel of Bamborough, V. 17.

Morelands, X. 225.

Morer, Thomas, his travels, II. 236 ; XVII. 84 and n.

Moresoun, Helen, X. 165, 213 n. See Morison, Morrison.

Moresoun, John, Burgh treasurer (1588), XV. 53.

Morgan, General, commander of English forces in Scotland, IV. 140 ; XVI. 55.

Morgan, John, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Morice, Peter, XII. 155. See Morrice, Morris.

Morie's Close, XII. 155.

Morison, Elizabeth, wife of Sir William Dick, X. 15, 202, 219 n. See Moresoun, Morrison.

Morison, Elsa, VI. 156.

Morison, Sir George, of Dairsie, IV. 134.

Morison, John, saddler, VIII. 48.

Morison, John, cordiner, XIV. 37, 43.

Morison, Jonet, VIII. 137.

Morningside, II. 62 ; X. 193 ; Easter, 193, 198, 203, 222; Wester, 203; highway robbery at, XIV. 159; 162.

Morocco Close, I. 10; XII. 18, 19, 92, 94, 153; XIV. 75.

Morocco Land, XI. 11 ; XII. 92-3 ; demifigure of turbaned Moor at, XVII. 35-6 ; XX. App. 21.

Morrice, Patrick, X. 228, 237. See Morice.

Morris, Charles, song-writer, IX. 109.

Morris, Peter, XII. 73.

Morris, Peter (‘Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk’), XII. App. 31 ; XV. 75.

Morrison, Adam, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177. See Moresoun, Morison.

Morrison, Alexander, of Prestongrange, I. 111.

Morrison, Mrs. Catherine, III. 126.

Morrison, Elizabeth, wife of Sir William Dick of Braid, I. 105.

Morrison, George, warded, VI. 120.

Morrison, Jean, third wife of Sir John Nisbet of Dirleton, I. 111.

Morrison, (Moriesone), John, of Dairsey, XII. 43.

Morrison, John, of Prestongrange, I. 105.

Morrison, John, merchant, XII. 43.

Morrison, William (1787), XX. 59.

Morrison Street, inscribed stone in, II. 128; XX. 56, 59, 60.

Morrison's Close, I. 8, 9; XII. 43, 44, 154; XIII. 112, 115.

Mortcloths at burials, IV. 154-5, 161, 164; XIX. 129. See also Restalrig Society.

Morthland, John, Poker Club, III. 151.

Mortifications, Town's, XVI. 103 ; Moodie's, 110, 144, 165.

Morton, George, thirteenth Earl of, XII. 101, 102; XVIII. App. 6.

Morton, James, third Earl of, IX. 13, 24, 35.

Morton, James, fourth Earl of, Regent of Scotland, mansion of, I. 10, 19; III. 188; at Knox's funeral, 213; execution of, IV. 100 and n. ; and the ‘Maiden,’ 101 ; V. 62, 63 ; VI. 6 ; X. 141-2, 200 ; XIV. 57, 68; XV. 103, 104; oppresses merchants, XVI. 17, 18, 25 ; libelled by two poets, 26.

Morton, James, fourteenth Earl of, XII. 102 ; XVIII. App. 6.

Morton, James, sixteenth Earl of, XV. 155 ; Lord Clerk Register, XVII. 152-5, 159 ; XIX. 203.

Morton, Sholto-John, Lord Aberdour (1685), XI. 56.

Morton, Sholto-John, twentieth Earl of, III. 194; buys Hatton House, XIII. App. 11.

Morton, William, ninth Earl of, Lord Treasurer, XVIII. 14.

Morton, William, eleventh Earl of, tenant of Canongate Hammermen, XX. 82.

Morton, Earls of, and Watsons of Saughton, III. 194.

Morton, Andrew, tacksman, XI. 48 ; XVI. 140.

Morton, Charles, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 176.

Morton, David, warded, V. 144, 145.

Morton, Hugh, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Morton, James, weaver, XX. 60.

Morton, John, weaver, XX. 60.

Morton, John, warded, XI. 40.

Mortonhall, I. 85 ; III. 197 ; XVI. Introd. xxvi, xxvii, 106.

Moscrop, John, advocate, X. 187.

Moscrop, John, XII. 18.

Moscrop, Patrick, of Castletown, XII. 18.

Moscrop, Patrick, advocate, X. 187.

Moscrop's Close, XII. 18, 19.

Moselie, E., IV. 115.

Mosman, Alexander C., of Auchtyfardle, X. 183.

Mosman, Bessie, VI. 100, 101.

Mosman, Hugh, of Auchtyfardle, X. 183, 203, 204 n.

Mosman, James, goldsmith, XV. 41, 124; XIX. 14.

Mosman, John, acquires lands of Canaan, X. 183, 203.

Mosman, John, nephew of above, X. 183. William, of Canaan, X. 207.

Mosman, Mossman, George, printer to Church of Scotland, IX. 80.

Mosman, Hugh, Gowks Club, III. 172.

Mosman, Hugh, cooper, VIII. 112, 113, 120.

Mosman, James, Forrester's Wynd, XIV. 78.

Mosman, John, officer, Tolbooth, VI. 117, 129, 133.

Mosman, John, warded, XI. 28.

Mote, James, IV. 82 n.

Motte. See De la Motte.

Moubray of Barnbougle, XIV. 115. See Mowbray.

Moubray, Andrew, XII. 47, 85.

Moubray, David, warded, XII. 194.

Moubray, John, West Bow, XII. 126.

Moubray, Robert, wright, V. 160, 161 ; XII. 48, 49, 85, 86.

Moubray, Walter, XII. 85.

Moubray, William, XII. 86; XIII. 102.

Moubray, House, I. 9; V. 157-62; its date; site; purchased by Cockburn Association; partially restored, 157; curiosities found during restoration, 157-9 ; description, 158-60 ; history, 160-2; XI. 6; XV. 121-2, 125.

Moubray's Close, XII. 48, 49, 84, 85.

Moubray's feu, XVII. 158.

Moubray's House (Warriston Close), XI. 10.

Moullings, Jehan du, bookbinder, XV. 20.

Mound, I. 151; III. 220, 243, 249; IX. 213; proposed arcades in, XII. 238; XVIII. 91, 93.

Mount Stuart, Lord, Poker Club, III. 154.

Mounthooly Loan (East Preston St.), I. 34; X. 85, 95.

Mour, John, warded, VI. 128. See Moir.

Moutrie's Hill. See Multreeshill.

Mow, Thomas (1557), XVII. 97.

Mowat, George, merchant, V. 152. See Muat.

Mowat, James, chaplain of the Holy Rood of St. Giles', XI. 131, 132.

Mowat, Richard (1575), X. 142.

Mowat, Robert, minister, IX. 168 ; XI. 42.

Mowatt, Mathew, V. 95-8.

Mowbray, Andrew, III. 80, 82; XV. App. 16.

Mowbray, Francis, doom pronounced over dead body, IV. 105-6.

Mowbray, John (1754), IV. 46.

Mowbray, Philippa, Lady Barnbougall, III. 89.

Mowbray, Robert, of Castlewan, XIV. 57.

Mowbray, Robert, keeper of Correction House, XVII. 69.

Mowbray, Robert, wright, XVII. 170, 171.

Mowbray, William, cramer, VI. 74.

Mowbray, See also Moubray.

Mowbray House, Castlehill, XIV. 57, 58.

Mowbray's Parks, XVII. 170 and n.

Mowtray, Francis, hammerman, XX. 85.

Moyes, Dr., lecturer on natural philosophy, I. 51.

Muat, George, V. 173, 175, 176, 178, 185 ; extrusion from Speculative Society, 177. See Mowat.

Muck Port, XVII. 105.

Muckersy, Mr., Oyster Club, III. 173.

Muder, J ohne, III. 80.

Mudie, Robert, bailie of Leith, and a master mariner of Trinity House, XIX. 17 3. See Moodie.

Mudie, Stewart, of Stewartfield, XIX. 173.

Mudie, Thomas See Moodie.

Mudlie, John, XII. 164.

Muill, John, XIV. 36, 43.

Muir, Adam, warded, XII. 164, 165. See Moor, Mure.

Muir, James, of Cessford-boat, IX. 127.

Muir, Jean, wife of James Forrest, M.D., X. 224.

Muir, Friar John. See Mure.

Muir, Robert, farmer, XV. 197.

Muir, Samuel, corporal, VIII. 137.

Muir, Friar Steven, III. 94.

Muir, (alias Williamson), William, XI. 30.

Muir, & Sons, brewers, XVIII. 73.

Muirhead, Andrew, house painter, XVII. 135, 136. See Morehead.

Muirhead, Claud, proprietor of Edinburgh Advertiser, XI. App. 19.

Muirhead, David, of Ticketsheuch, VI. 111.

Muirhead, Gavin, of Lachope, VIII. 156.

Muirhead, George, of Steinstoun, VIII. 154.

Muirhead, James, of Breadholme, VIII. 154, 155; IX. 175; XII. 182.

Muirhead, James, smith, VIII. 103.

Muirhead, John, warded, XI. 67 ; XII. 174.

Muirhead, John James, goldsmith, X. 30, 31.

Muirhead, Margaret, IX. 160.

Muirhead, Robert, of Ticketsheuch, VI. 111.

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

Muirhouse, Club visits, XVIII. App. 33.

Muir's Close, XII. 45.

Muirton, XIX. 41.

Mulikin, Agnes, IV. 90.

Mulikin, Thomas, warded, XI. 25.

Multreeshill (or Moutrieshill), I. 140, 141 ; II. 167, 169; XI. 8, 11, 13; XII. 40, 220 ; XIII. 79, 83, 86 ; XV. 171 ; XVI. 193 ; XVII. 77, 79, 80, 158; XVIII. 36, 39, 42; skirmishes at, 43; XIX. 109.

Muncie, James, warded, XI. 61. See Munsie.

Mundegumbri, John de, III. 1. See Montgomerie, Montgomery.

Mundell, John, XII. 167.

Municipal arms, III. 1.

Municipal Extension Act (1856), XIX. 139.

Municipal Museum. See Museum.

Munloch's Close, XII. 83.

Munro, Alexander, Lochend's Close, XII. 101. See Monro.

Munro, A., glazier, XX. 23.

Munro, Hugh, transported, XII. 188.

Munro, John, merchant, XII. 101.

Munro, John, musician, XII. 100, 101.

Munro, Lady, of Fowlis, I. 8 ; XII. 35.

Munro, William, dux of Canongate School, XX. 22. 162.

Munro's Close, I. 12. See Monro's Close.

Munro's Tavern, I. 53. 157.

Munsie, James, XII. 176. See Muncie.

Murder, charges of, VI. 108, 112, 113, 116, 120-2, 126, 137 ; VIII. 104, 125, 132, 134, 151 ; attempt on life of Archbishop Sharp, 122; accessory to his murder, 137, 139 ; sheltering his murderers, 138, 139. See also Child Murder.

Murdeyis, Thomas, XII. 63.

Murdo, Janet, XX. App. 21.

Murdoch, James, tailor, XII. 83.

Murdoch, John, apothecary, XII. 203.

Murdoch, Patrick, liberated from Tolbooth by Queen Mary, XV. App. 16.

Murdoch, Robert, writer, XII. 83.

Murdoch, Thomas (1569), XIX. 22; XX. 102.

Murdoch, William, smith, V. 143.

Murdoch's Close, XII. 83.

Mure, Alexander, conservator of the Scottish privileges, to arrange for the Staple at Middelburg, IX. 52, 53, 68 n., 69. See Moor, More, Muir.

Mure, Alexander, skinner, XIV. 56.

Mure, David, armorer, VIII. 49.

Mure, James, hookmaker, XIX. 29.

Mure, John, prior of Black Friars of Edinburgh, III. 43-4, 90; X. 111.

Mure, John, son of Colonel William Mure, V. 109.

Mure, Matthew, hookmaker, XIX. 29-30.

Mure, Patrick, of Rowallan, IX. 130, 162, 172.

Mure, Sir Reginald, XX. 28.

Mure, William, baron of Exchequer, III. 153, 154; XVII. 155; XX. 116.

Mure, Sir William, of Rowallan, VIII. 157, 158; IX. 122, 132.

Mure, William, of Abercorn, owner of lands of Dalry, XX. 28.

Mure, William, of Glanderston, VIII. 155.

Mure, Colonel William, V. 109.

Mureburgh, X. 98.

Murphy, William, engraver, XII. 218.

Murray, Alexander See Henderland, Lord.

Murray, Alexander, buys Nisbet Parks, I. 125.

Murray, Alexander, of Erlisorchard, X. 126, 131.

Murray, Sir Andrew, of Amgask, appointed keeper of King's Park, XVIII. 210 n.

Murray, Andrew, of Blackbarony, X. 14.

Murray, Andrew (1550), III. 82.

Murray, Andrew, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 176

Murray, Andrew E., Moubray House, V. 157-162.

Murray, Anna, XI. 62; XII. 167 ; XVIII.

Murray, Anthony, minister, IX. 160, 161, 165, 171; XI. 21, 23, 33, 41.

Murray, Charles (1682), bailie, VIII. 140; XVI. 110; chosen dean of guild, 121 ; candidate for provostship, 145.

Murray, Lady Charlotte, II. 45-6.

Murray, Christian, wife of George, Lord Seton, III. 89.

Murray, Cuthbert (1570), XV. 37.

Murray, Daniel, grocer, XII. 127.

Murray, Sir David, X. 88.

Murray, Sir David, of Halmyre, XII. 153.

Murray, David, merchant, XII. 26.

Murray, David, Gentleman of H.M. Guard, VIII. 139.

Murray, David, stabler, XII. 127.

Murray, David, skinner, XIII. 128.

Murray, David, manager of weaving industry, XVII. 59.

Murray, David, candlemaker, XVII. 128.

Murray, Lord George, II. 20, 27, 32, 33, 35, 37- 40, 48, 52, 54-5 ; Prince's treatment of, 58.

Murray, Lady George, II. 4.

Murray, Colonel George (1691), XIII. App. 13, 14.

Murray, George, weaver, X. 210.

Murray, Georgina Baird, X. 153.

Murray, Henry, weaver, X. 210.

Murray, Hew (1683), VIII. 157.

Murray, Isabella, X. 153.

Murray, Sir James, VIII. 35; master of work at the Parliament House, XIII. 2, 18, 21, 60; his will, 36, 121 and n.

Murray, Sir James, Cape Club, III. 162.

Murray, James, of Auchinreoch, VIII. 154.

Murray, James, of Scotscraig, XV. 182.

Murray, Major James (1682), VIII. 138.

Murray, Sir James A. H., editor, New English Dictionary, IX. 181.

Murray, Lady Jane, II. 45-6, 52.

Murray, John A., Lord Murray, III. 114, 121, 172, 234; IX. 103, 108, 111; XII. App. 11.

Murray, Sir John, of Philiphaugh, XVIII. 157.

Murray, John, of Broughton, II. 40-1, 46, 52, 56; relations with John Campbell, the banker, 47-8; IX. 217; XIX. 185.

Murray, John, of Auchinreoch, VIII. 154.

Murray, John, of Blackbarony, XII. 74.

Murray, John, of Philiphaugh, III. 249.

Murray, John, of Trewan, XII. 119.

Murray, John, accountant, X. 153.

Murray, John, skinner, VI. 65.

Murray, John, cramer, XV. 40.

Murray, John, warded, XI. 62.

Murray, John (1491), III. 92.

Murray, Katharine, IV. 126.

Murray, Lady, of Clermont, XIX. 72.

Murray, Margaret, of Pitkeathly, X. 199.

Murray, Margaret, wife of William Nisbet, second of Dean, I. 106.

Murray, Matthew, warded, IX. 148.

Murray, Mrs., of Broughton, II. 50.

Murray, Mrs., of Philiphaugh, III. 244 n., 249, 250 n.

Murray, Mungo, V. 143, 144, 153; XII. 127.

Murray, ‘Nicky,’ XVI. App. 24; XIX. 53, 78, 90 ; mistress of ceremonies at ‘Assembly,’ 54.

Murray, Sir Patrick, of Deuchar, V. 130 ; XI. 45 ; XIII. 130 and n.

Murray, Patrick (1662), bailie, V. 98.

Murray, Patrick, teacher, XI. 80.

Murray, Sir Robert, of Cameron, lord provost, I. 40, 42 ; V. 98, 109, 112 ; XIII. App. 13; XVI. 46, 56. 137.

Murray, Robert, of Tippermuire, IX. 122-3.

Murray, Colonel Robert, III. 153.

Murray, Robert, goodman of the Tolbooth, IV. 118, 120, 123, 125, 126, 130, 134, 141; V. 96, 105, 106, 114, 118-20, 132, 137, 145, 151.

Murray, Robert, covenanter, VIII. 158.

Murray, Mrs. Theodoria, XIX. 60.

Murray, Thomas, vintner, IV. 126.

Murray, Thomas, warded, XI. 30, 33.

Murray, Sir William (1635), XIII. 131.

Murray, William, of Henderland, III. 115, 121 ; member of Marrow-Bone Club, 175.

Murray, William, receiver of Customs, X. 199.

Murray, William, sheriff depute, VIII. 113.

Murray, William, baker, XII. 127.

Murray, William, corn merchant, XX. App. 34.

Murray of Glendook's Acts of Parliament of Scotland, IX. 80.

Murray of Philiphaugh, IX. 152.

Murray of Philiphaugh, Leith merchant, XVI. 94.

Murray Gardens, X. 153.

Murrayfield, I. 125.

Murray's Close, XII. 18, 19, 74, 127, 153.

Murrilees, Robert, warded, VI. 146.

Muschet, Nicol, of Boghall, XVIII. App. 13. See Mushet.

Muschet's Cairn, XVII. 78.

Muse Well, III. 81 ; XVI. 6.

Museum, Municipal, arms in, III. 8, 232 ; IV. 72, 103; IX. 205; XVI. App. 27; XVIII. 136.

Mushet, George (1658), IV. 129. See Muschet.

Mushet, George, ‘reider ’ in the West Kirk, I. 115.

Musical Society of Edinburgh, XIX. 46, 47, 55, 56, 72; Topham's description; sederunt books, 189-90, 232, 242; influence on musical life of Scotland; aristocratic atmosphere, 190; membership, 190, 192, 195, 223, 225, 236, 237; state of music previous to; origin; constitution, 191-3; lease taken of St. Mary's Chapel, 194; peculiar features of concerts, 195-7; ladies' concerts, 196; Italian performers, 197, 206, et seq.; governors, 197-8; contribution to musical culture, 199; George Thomson and ‘Gentleman's Concert,’ 201-2 ; labours countenanced by Handel, 202-204 ; directors' request to Handel, 203 ; composer's reply, 204; Tenducci, 213-216; the Corris, 216-8; financial troubles, 217, 236; Schetky's preposterous demands, 219-20; building of St. Cecilia's Hall, 222-8; erection of South Bridge, 228-30: negotiations for organ, 230-2 ; concerts in St. John's Lodge, Canongate, 230; inventory of property of, 232; directors and professional performers, 232-4; collection of music owned by, 234-5; plan of concerts, 234; Handel's music foremost, 235 ; help for local charities, 235-236; protests against lavish expenditure, 236-8; drastic economy, 238-9; treasurer becomes bankrupt, 239 ; Allan Ramsay, jun., appeals on behalf of, 239-240; Creech and, 240; causes of decline of, 240 et seq. ; efforts to avert crisis; ladies as patronesses of, 241-242 ; new ideas at work, 242 ; winding up of affairs, 243-4 ; sale of St. Cecilia's Hall, 244.

Mutiny, VI. 113, 127.

Muttonhole, V. 150; XV. 171.

Myller, Hans, Dutchman, VI. 68. See Millar, Miller.

Myller, John, Dutchman, VI. 67.

Myln, Alexander, abbot of Cambuskenneth and lord president of Court of Session, IX. 39.

Myln, David, minister, VI. 143. See Mill, Miln, Milne, Mylne.

Mylne, Alexander, his tomb at Holyrood, II. 235-6; IV. 149; XI. 11 ; employed on carvings at Parliament House, XIII. 50, 52, 53. See Mill, Miln, Milne, Myln.

Mylne, James, smith, XIX. 104-5.

Mylne, John, master-mason to Charles I., II. 235; IV. 149; XIII. 51; XVII. 61 ; XX. App. 13, 31.

Mylne, John, son of above, II. 235, 236; IV. 149.

Mylne, Robert, of Balfargie (1633-1710), ‘restorer’ of Holyrood, his tenement in Lawnmarket, I. 4; II. 88, 108, 236; IV. 149; a prisoner in Tolbooth, VI. 143; XII. 11, 16, 28, 38, 114, 153; designs Mylne Square, XIV. 45-6; partner in scheme, 46-7, 74, 100; XVI. 125 n. ; responsible for pedestal of Charles II. statue, XVII. 83 ; XX. 81.

Mylne, Robert (1734-1811), I. 19; XIX. 173, 229 ; designs St. Cecilia's Hall, 225; career, 225 n. ; XX. App. 14.

Mylne, Robert, engraver, IX. 81.

Mylne, Thomas, of Powderhall, XIX. 173, 225 n.

Mylne, William, architect, XV. 146.

Mylne, William, mason, XIX. 226.

Mylne Square, I. 8; XI. 8; XII. 10, 38, 39, 113 ; builder's object, XIV. 45-46; property described, 46-7 ; purchasers of houses in; prices, 46 ; a fashionable quarter, 47 ; cellar in which Act of Union of 1707 was partly signed, 48 ; originally much larger, 48, 99-100; XIX. 56, 224.

Mylne's Court. See Milne's Court.

Mylnes, James, warded, VI. 139.

Myreside, X. 206, 210.

Myrton, Sir Andrew, of Gogar, I. 122-23 ; III. 244 n.

Myrton, or Morton, Anna, wife of Sir John Nisbet (d. 1730) of Dean, I. 122, 123.

Myrton, Euphame, III. 244 n., 247, 250 n.

Myrton, Sir Patrick, of Cambo, I. 123.

Myrton, Sir Robert, member of Poker Club, III. 153.

Myrton, Sir Robert, son of Sir Patrick, of Cambo, I. 123.