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

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Observantine Grey Friars, III. 32, 56.

Observatory, Calton Hill, II. 10; XIX. 135.

Ockfoord, Janet, V. 128.

Octavians, XVI. 29.

Octavius Secundus, IV. 56, 65.

Oddfellows, III. 178.

Oddmen, IX. 206 ; and Sedan chairs, 216-17.

Officers of State for Scotland v. Earl of Haddington, XVIII. 196-9.

Ogilby, James (1522), III. 95.

Ogilvie, Sir Alexander, of Forglen, XII. 33.

Ogilvie, Alexander, minister, VI. 113.

Ogilvie, Andrew, of Newlands, VI. 138. David, XII. 20.

Ogilvie, Sir Francis, of Newgrange, IX. 115.

Ogilvie, George, of Barras, keeper of Dunnottar Castle, VIII. 205-6.

Ogilvie, George, Albany herald, XVIII. 25.

Ogilvie, George (1683), VIII. 147.

Ogilvie, Sir James, of Newgrange, IX. 115.

Ogilvie, James, of Inchmartine, XII. 100.

Ogilvie, James, chirurgeon, IX. 139.

Ogilvie, James, ‘ane idle vaigabond,’ V. 131.

Ogilvie, Lord, warded, IV. 111.

Ogilvie, Robert, servitor, V. 147.

Ogilvie, Thomas, writer, XIX. 112.

Ogilvie, Sir William, of Strathearn, III. 95; IX. 6, 7.

Ogilvy, Alexander, deacon of Canongate Tailors, XIV. 36, 42.

Ogilvy, George, master of Canongate School, XX. 18.

Ogilvy, Malcolm, II. 169.

Ogilvy, Richard (1809), XV. 93.

Ogle, John, bookseller, XIV. 154.

Ogle, Robert, bookseller, XIV. 155.

Ogston, Alexander, sells books against Papists, XVI. 164.

Ogstoun, Francis, IV. 123.

Oil Gas Works, XII. 236.

Old Assembly Close, I. 20; dancing premises in, IX. 192-3 ; XII. 70, 72, 118, 155; XIV. 82; XIX. 39, 43, 44, 45, 50, 71, 86, 185, 192.

Old Back Stairs, XI. 12.

Old Bank Close, I. 43; II. 146; XI. 6, 9; XII. 35, 59, 60, 61, 129; XIV. 67; XX. 29.

Old Church, II. 12; XIV. 180.

Old Edinburgh buildings, Club's memorandum on preservation of, XI. App. 5-7.

‘Old Edinburgh and Some of its Buildings,’ lecture by Henry F. Kerr, XI. App. 4.

Old Edinburgh Club, membership increased, VII. App. 4.

Old Excise Office Close, XII. 137.

Old Fishmarket Close, I. 20 ; XI. 8 ; XII. 68, 87 n., 155 ; West Entry to, 132.

Old Fleshmarket Close, Canongate, XII. 89; carved stones in, XVII. 34.

‘Old Grange Feus,’ X. 162.

Old Greenmarket Close, XII. 36.

Old Kirk (south transept, St. Giles'), XI. 12.

Old Kirk Style, XII. 66.

Old Lyon's Close, XII. 36.

Old Mealmarket Close, XI. 132 ; XII. 66, 67; XIV. 81.

Old Mealmarket Stairs, XII. 131.

Old Pentland Churchyard, III. 191.

Old Playhouse Close, I. 16 ; XII. 115 ; carved lintel in, XVII. 26.

Old Post House Close, II. 154; XII. 32, 131.

Old Post Office Close, I. 7; XI. 12, 13; XII. 31, 131 ; XIV. 97.

Old Post Office Close Stairs, XII. 32, 66, 67.

Old Provost's Close, XII. 36, 37; XV. App. 17.

Old St. Paul's Episcopal Church, IX. 190.

Old Sclate-house, XII. 51.

Old Ship Close, XII. 35, 36.

Old Stamp Office Close, IX. 192; XII. 35, 67.

Old Town, demolitions since 1860, I. 1-2.

Oldrieve, W. T., Recent Excavations and Researches at Holyrood, IV. 191-4 ; V. 2 n. ; David's Tower at Edinburgh Castle, VI. 1-10; VII. lx.

Oliphant, Bailie (1669), V. 151.

Oliphant, Beatrix, VI. 140.

Oliphant, Captain, IV. 164.

Oliphant, Caroline. See Nairne, Baroness.

Oliphant, Henry, writer, XIII. 140.

Oliphant, John, military oificer, VIII. 110.

Oliphant, John, clerk, XIII. 124, 136.

Oliphant, John, minister at Stonehouse, IX. 160, 161.

Oliphant, John, sheriff-clerk, XII. 90, 93.

Oliphant, Laurence, of Gask, II. 173 ; XIV. 46.

Oliphant, Margaret, wife of John Fairlie, of Colmanstoun, IV. 71.

Oliphant, Mrs., novelist, XVII. 2.

Oliphant, Walter, bookseller, X. 210.

Oliphant, Sir William, connection with Muirhouse, XVIII. App. 33.

Oliphant, William, farmer, IV. 159, 160, 166-8, 172; XV. 181, 184, 188, 200.

Oliphant, William, of Bonnington Park, XIX. 167.

Oliphant, William, warded, XI. 40 ; XII. 166.

Oliphant's Close, XII. 93, 94.

Oliver, James, warded, XII. 166.

Oliver, Thomas, in Jed Forest, II. 95.

Oliver's Close, XII. 94.

Olivieri, Martini, XIX. 207.

Oman, Charles, hotel keeper, III. 166, 167 ; XII. App. 37.

‘Orange Colours,’ supporters on, III. 8.

Orbiston, Lady, XIX. 72, 235 ; directress of the dancing Assembly, 42, 46, 47, 89 ; her tack of Assembly premises in Bell's Wynd, 48.

Orchardfield, XIV. 104-7, 108 n. ; Temple lands of, 106, 116; XV. 185; XX. 59.

Orchardfield, Court, XIV. 107.

Orchardfield, Entry, XIV. 107.

Orchardfield, Square, XIV. 107 n.

Ord, Chief Baron, and Restalrig Churchyard, IV. 181, 182.

Ord, Laurence, innkeeper, XII. 106; XIV. 127.

Ord, Thomas, warded, V. 151.

‘Order of the horn,’ XIX. 35, 41.

Orders, anent vagrant children and walking after ten at night, IV. 80; to admit visitors to prisoner, 127, 135, 136; to bring prisoner to be examined; to find caution or go to correction house, 125 ; to put prisoner in Castle, 126, 137, 141 ; to remove prisoner to Linlithgow, 120; to make close prisoners in Tolbooth, V. 95, 99, 104-6, 111, 114, 115, 117-21, 125, 128, 131, 134-6, 138, 147, 148-51, 153 ; to admit visitors to prisoners, 96, 106, 111, 114; to banish prisoners, 101 ; not to allow a prisoner to starve, 106 ; to lay in irons, 113, 154 ; to take down head of Marquess of Argyll, 116; to remove to another room, 129 ; to have no visitors but physician or surgeon, 140; to put in irons and stand in pillory, 147; no visitor without warrant, 149.

Ordnance Survey Plan (1852), V. 86 ; XI. 2.

Ord's Close, XII. 106; XIV. 127.

Orkney, John, skinner, VI. 66.

Orkney, bishopric of, XVI. 87, 102 ; XX.

Orkney, Crown lands of, XX. 32, 35.

Orme, James, X. 218 22.

Orme, Janet, IV. 128.

Ormiston, James, of that Ilk, VI. 91 and n.

Ormiston, John, ‘scheir-smyth,’ VIII. 35.

Ormiston, John, hangman, XVI. 131.

Ormond, George, Earl of, III. 210.

Ormston, John, extentor, XIII. 144, 145.

Orphan Hospital, II. 212; XI. 12; bell at Dean building, VIII. 37; XV. 127, 136; founder of, XVII. 71; XIX. 94, 109, 124, 126 n., 127.

Orr, Alexander, warded, IX. 143, 172.

Orr, John, tenant in Morningside, X. 203, 204 n., 207.

Orr, John, bookseller, IX. 81.

Orr, Laurence, XII. 106.

Orr, Peter, Morningside, X. 203.

Orr, Robert, Portsburgh, XII. 172, 173.

Orr, of Barrowfield, III. 153.

Orrock, William, of Balram's Walls, XIX. 184.

Orrock's Close, XII. 25.

Orr's military academy, XIV. App. 10.

Osborne, Commissioner, III. 17 2.

Osburn, John, lord provost, XII. 13, 54.

Osburn, William, merchant, XIX. 158, 159.

‘Ossian,’ Wesley admires, VIII. 199, 200.

Oswald, David, of Daldas, VIII. 153.

Oswald, David, of East Barns, VIII. 156.

Oswald, Rev. Dr., V. 179; VIII. 179.

Oswald, James (1684), IX. 121.

Oswald, James, XIX. 205 ; connection with Musical Society ; Allan Ramsay's poem on, 194.

Otterburn, Sir Adam, provost, IX. 30-2, 44, 59; X. 73; feuar on Burgh Muir, 74 ; King's advocate, XI. 114 ; XV. App. 11.

Otterburn, Elizabeth, XII. 22.

Otterburn, Thomas, of Reidhall, XII. 18.

Otway's Orphan, XI. 169; Venice Preserved, 170 and n.

Oughton, Sir James A., VIII. App. 6 ; XX. App. 26.

Our Lady's Steps, XIII. 107 and n.; XIV. 79.

Outlook Tower, I. 3.

Over Bow, III. 81; XII. 57, 127; XV. 12, 34; XVIII. 153, 154; XIX. 36.

Over-Braid, XI. App. 14.

Over Cirlzeamston, X. 120.

Over Grange, X. 16.

Over Liberton, mansion of, V. 136.

Overtane, George, brewer, X. 237.

Ovirboll, XVI. 6.

Owen, David, cordiner, XVIII. 75, 76.

Oxenford, Viscount, VI. 139. See Stair.

Oxford, Viscount of, XVI. 212.

Oyster cellars, III. 173.

Oyster Club, III. 173-4.