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

Q

Quakers, V. 105, 121, 125, 126, 138, 148, 149; XVI. 42, 58, 131.

Quakers' Gardens, XI. 13.

Quakers' meeting-house, II. 13.

Quarrelyairds, III. 25, 78a.

Quarries, Bruntsfield Links, X. 29.

Quarry Holes, Easter Road, IV. 92; Greyfriars' Port, IV. 82 ; IX. 210.

Quarrying on Burgh Muir, X. 191, 240, 247; at Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 181-210. See also Salisbury Crags.

Quarter Miln Bridge, XV. 171.

Queen Mary's Bath, I. 18; XVIII. App. 25.

Queen Street, XX. 141.

‘Queen's Dead Room,’ XIV. 60.

‘Queen's Post (Castle), XI. 13.

Queensberry, Charles, third Duke of, deputy governor of Royal Academy for Teaching Exercises, XX. 117, 123, 129.

Queensberry, James, second Duke of, III. 226; VI. 6; and John Gay, XI. 164 n.

Queensberry, William, first Duke of, II. 123; VIII. 88; XI. 53, 55; XV. App. 19; XVI. 130; action against Thomas Borelands, 140.

Queensberry, Earl of. See Douglas, Sir William, of Kellhead.

Queensberry House, I. 13, 18; described, 14 ; captured officers from Prestonpans lodged in, II. 32; XI. 13; XII. 121, 122, 152; history of, XV. App. 19-21 ; site of, in Dumfriesshire, 19-20; Lord Haltoun employs unfreemen in erection of, XVI. 106.

Queensferry, rest-houses for poor at, V. 14; earliest notice of, 14 n., 21, 25.

Queensferry, Road, old, I. 135.

‘Queenis Hie Gait,’ III. 101. See High St.

Quensay, Louis, stamper, XIX. 30.

Quhitness, John de, XV. App. 9.

Quin, Mrs., II. 46.

Quothquan, XX. 29.