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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Ra, William, III. 81 ; IX. 20. See Rae.

Raa, Hector, XV. 17. See Rae.

Rab and Ringan, I. 53.

Radical Road, XVIII. 182.

Radulph, master of hospital of Soltre, V. 33.

Rae of Pitsindie, XII. 91. See Ra, Raa, Ray.

Rae, Adam, of Piteddie, XII. 25.

Rae, Agnes, XII. 138.

Rae, Alexander (1674), warded, VI. 127.

Rae, Anne, XII. 91.

Rae, Archibald, Restalrig, IV. 161.

Rae, Sir David, Lord Eskgrove, decreet-arbitral as to Princes Street feuing, I. 148, 149-50; XVII. App. 30; XIX. 244; XX. 115, 136.

Rae, David (1765), XII. 91.

Rae, David, minister, XII. 92.

Rae, or Keir, Elizabeth, XII. 91.

Rae, Henry, claim on Candlemakers, XIII. 135.

Rae, Isobel, VIII. 135, 136.

Rae, James, brewer, VIII. 114.

Rae, James, barber, XII. 91.

Rae, James, surgeon, XII. 91, 92.

Rae, James, banished, XII. 187.

Rae, John, Restalrig, IV. 163.

Rae, John, writer, V. 133 ; XII. 92, 93.

Rae, John, IX. 128; transported to the Bass, 155; XVI. 125.

Rae, John, surgeon-dentist, XII. 91.

Rae, John, bailie in Canongate, XII. 91.

Rae, John, candlemaker, XVII. 116, 131, 132.

Rae, John, XX. 24, 25.

Rae, Robert, account for Montrose's re-interment, I. 40, 41.

Rae, Sir William, lord advocate, XV. 209; XVIII. 196.

Raeburn, Sir Henry, member of Cape Club, III. 160; VII. App. 7 ; IX. 87, 88, 94, 96, 102, 105, 106, 108, 109, 111, 113 ; XI. App. 18; XVIII. 6, 7.

Raeburn, Lady, XIV. 108 n.

Raeburn's Brewery, I. 21.

Rae's Close, I. 10; XII. 90, 91, 102 ; carved lintel in, XVII. 35.

Rae's Land, XII. 91, 92.

Ragman Rolls, V. 21.

Railway proposed between Leith and Edinburgh and Dalkeith line, XX. 68.

Railway Tavern, Hope Street, III. 163.

Rainbow Tavern, North Bridge, II. 155; XIV. App. 10.

Rainie, Katherine, IV. 128. See Rannie, Rennie.

Rait, Francis, yr., of Canonsyth, VIII. 106.

Raith. See Rathe.

Ralph, Will., IV. 163.

Ralston, laird of, IV. 136.

Ralston, David, chapman, IX. 127.

Ralston, James, glazier, VI. 122.

Ralston, James, in Wester Harieburne, IX. 144.

Ramage, Margaret, XIV. 143.

Rambollat, M., French ambassador, XII. 94.

Ramsay, Lord, XVIII. 15.

Ramsay, Alexander, minister of Greyfriars, VI. 116; XVI. 150; assaulted, 113.

Ramsay, Alexander, of East India Coy., X. 224.

Ramsay, Alexander (1685), XII. 189.

Ramsay, Allan, poet, I. 8, 50, 54; builds ‘Guse Pie,’ 3 ; poetry debated at Pantheon, 53; II. 11 ; his circulating library, 10, 33; III. 234; on state of Edinburgh after Union, IV. 5; David Allan's portrait of, IX. 84; shop in High St., XI. 13; house on Castlehill, 13, 166; his playhouse, 163; Gentle Shepherd performed in Tailors' Hall, 163, 171; XII. 7, 151, 152; house on Castlehill, XIV. 58, 163; connection with Newhall (Habbie's How), App. 19-24; XV. 166; XVII. 19, 85; XIX. 62; The Fair Assembly, 39-40; employed by Musical Society, 194; his songs brought out by Robert Bremner, 211 n. ; XX. App. 32.

Ramsay, Allan, of Kinkell, son of poet, I. 3; II. 11; IX. 108; XII. 7; buys Bell foundry, XVII. 19; paints Lord Drummore's portrait for Musical Society, XIX. 198; appeals for better support of Musical Society, 239-40; supports project for riding school, XX. 112.

Ramsay, Sir Andrew, lord provost, V. 111, 116, 124, 138; XI. 59, 60; XII. 7; XIII. 97 n., 126n.; XV. App. 10, 11; and water supply, 18; XVI. Introd. xxvii, 98, 109, 117, 133, 137, 138, 145; knighted, 51 ; turned out of provostship, 51; career, 51 n.; sells Bass Rock, 79; law suit against, 80-8; delinquencies, 82-3; numerous ofiices, 84; Sir G. Lockhart's defence of, 84-8 ; services to town, 86-7; goes to London, 125.

Ramsay, Andrew, minister of Greyfriars, XIII. 30, 57; translated to St. Giles', 97 and n.

Ramsay, Archibald (1587), XV. 17.

Ramsay, Cuming, XIX. 237.

Ramsay, David, Courant Office, II. 164.

Ramsay, David (1635), XIII. 104.

Ramsay, David, tenant in Edgefield, XI. 28, 31.

Ramsay, Edward, Dean, IX. 113 ; XII. App. 11.

Ramsay, Euphame, V. 125.

Ramsay, George, eighth Earl of Dalhousie, XIII. App. 15.

Ramsay, George, ninth Earl of Dalhousie, XIII. App. 15.

Ramsay, George (1483), III. 91.

Ramsay, George, stabler, XII. 105.

Ramsay, Helen, warded, XI. 46, 48, 57.

Ramsay, Henry, burgess, III. 79, 99.

Ramsay, James, accomptant of Excise, XII. 7 ; XVIII. 164, 165.

Ramsay, James, slater, XIX. 57, 58, 226.

Ramsay, James, Queensferry, XII. 105.

Ramsay, Janet, wife of Lord Fountainhall, XVI. Introd. xxvii.

Ramsay, Janet, daughter of the poet, XIV, App. 22.

Ramsay, Jean, wife of John Kincaid of Warriston, XIX. 182.

Ramsay, Jean, relict of James Guthrie, V. 132, 137.

Ramsay, John, of Ochtertyre, III. 142, 143; XX. 41, 50, 51.

Ramsay, John, merchant, V. 152.

Ramsay, John, advocate, XII. 42.

Ramsay, Lieut.-General, III. 225.

Ramsay, Margaret, accused of child murder, IV. 143.

Ramsay, Miss, of Barnton, II. 164.

Ramsay, Nicholas, skinner, XV. 29.

Ramsay, Peter, stabler, XII. 105 ; XIV. 134, 135, 136, 146.

Ramsay, Richard, wigmaker, XV. 183.

Ramsay, Robert, of Blackcraig, IV. 60.

Ramsay, Robert, Gowks Club, III. 172.

Ramsay, Thomas, watchmaker, XIX. 13.

Ramsay, William, banker, XII. 105 ; XIX. 179 ; XX. App. 21.

Ramsay, William, cordiner, XVIII. 147.

Ramsay, William, surgeon, II. 56.

Ramsay Garden, I. 3 ; XII. 7.

Ramsay House, XIX. 142.

Ramsay Lane, I. 3 ; XII. 7 ; XIV. 58.

Ramsay Lodge, Castlehill, XII. 7 ; XVII. 19.

Ramsay Lodge, Lauriston, XII. 7 ; XVIII. 164-5, 166.

Ramsay's Close, I. 13 ; XII. 105.

Ramsay's Court, XII. 89.

Ramsay's Land, XII. 7.

Ramsays, Bonars, & Co., bankers, XIV. 150, 164; XVIII. 85; XX. 52.

Ramsays, of Cockpen, XII. 7.

Ramsays, of Dalhousie, XIV. 58; XVII. 17.

Randolph, Thomas, Queen Elizabeth's ambassador, V. 55; VI. 79 n.

Rankeillor, William, XII. 128.

Rankein, Robert, whiteironman, XIX. 29.

Ranken, Gabriel, of Orchardhead, XII. 126. See Rankin, Rankine.

Ranken, Robert, skinner, VI. 59.

Rankin, Alexander, of Pottie, VIII. 128. See Ranken, Rankine.

Rankin, James, warded, IX. 140.

Rankin, T., ‘taylor,’ III. 234.

Rankin, Walter, merchant, XIII. 97.

Rankine, George, wright, XII. 172. See Ranken, Rankin.

Rankine, John (1672), warded, VI. 115.

Rankine, Robert, warded, XII. 201.

Rankine, Walter (1674), warded, VI. 127.

Rankine, William, in Bankhead, VI. 127.

Rankine, William, schoolmaster, VIII. 157.

Rannie, David, of Melville Castle, XVII. 19. See Rainie, Rennie.

Rannie, James, Burlaw bailie, XV. 176, 185, 198.

Rannie, Janet, wife of Sheriff Archibald Cockburn of Cockpen, XVII. 19.

Rannie, Janet, Margaret, IV. 111.

Raploch, laird of, IV. 125.

Raploch's Close, XII. 145, 146.

Rapperlaw, William, XII. 146, 147.

Rapperlaw's Wynd, XII. 146, 147.

Ratcliff, Jem, II. 38.

Rathe, James, III. 78a.

Rattray, James, brewer, XII. 139.

Rattray, James, ‘indweller in Dron,’ VIII. 128, 132.

Rattray, James Clerk, baron of Exchequer, and building of College, IV. 148-9; XIV. 65, 73; XVIII. 203.

Rattray, John, Prince Charles's surgeon, II. 4, 26, 56.

Rattray, Margaret, of Craighall, XIX. 165.

Rattray, Thomas, D.D., of Craighall, XIX. 165.

Rattray, Thomas, writer, XII. 26.

Rattray, first captain of Hon. Coy. of Edinburgh Golfers, II. 15.

Rattray's Close, I. 21 ; XII. 139.

Ravelrig, Lord (Sir John Maitland, afterwards fifth Earl of Lauderdale), XIII. App. 10.

Ravelston, I. 80, 92, 98; quarry at, II. 69; excursion to, IX. App. 3; XIII. 21, 22, 24-6, 31, 40, 41; XVII. 161; XIX. 157.

Ravelston, Dykes, I. 80; XVII. 77, 81.

Ray, David, tailor, XIV. 36, 42. See Ra, Raa, Rae.

Read, Captain, XVI. 9, 11, 13. See Reid.

Readdie, laird of, VI. 124, 125.

Rea's Close, XII. 91.

Rebellion, VI. 134, 137, 138, 145, 150, 154, 156 ; battle at Pentland Hills, 134 ; battle of Airds Moss, 145; conventicle preachers executed, 135 ; women charged with sheltering Cargill, 150; battle of Bothwell Bridge, 156.

Records, Scottish, III. 229; stored in Edinburgh Castle, afterwards in Tower of London, XVII. 148; Forbes of Culloden on deplorable state of, 150.

Red Lyon Inn, XIV. 134-6, 138.

‘Red Walk,’ I. 127.

Redbraes, XV. 171; XIX. 172, 176; bought by Robert Mylne, architect; part of Powderhall; Hew Crauford builds mansion, 170; Captain Hew Craufurd of Jordanhill sells, 171.

Redfearn, Francis, XI. App. 17.

Redford House, V. 92.

Redhall, X. 19; XIX. 179. See also Reidhall.

Redhouse, Lady, XIII. 126.

Redhouse, XVI. 92.

Redpath (Redpetht), George, deacon of the Skinners, VI. 66, 78, 81, 86, 105. See Reidpeth, Ridpeth.

Redpath Patrick, III. 78a, 92, 96.

Redpath (Reidpetht), Thomas, deacon of the Skinners, VI. 66, 67, 79, 81, 82, 86, 105.

Reekpenny, XVI. 126.

Reform Bill of 1832, Candlemakers and, XVII. 122.

Reformation (the), brings increase of care to magistrates, XV. 6, 8, 31-8; right of ecclesiastical sanctuary removed, 62.

Regalia of Scotland, deposited in Dunnottar Castle, VIII. 205 ; transferred to Kineff Church ; taken to Edinburgh at the Restoration, 206 ; sentry placed at vault door, 207, 209; expenses incurred for repairs, drink money, etc., 208-11.

Regent Arch, XVII. 1.

Regent Bridge, VIII. 174 ; XII. 32 ; XVIII. 42, 80; XIX. 94; laying foundation stone of, 120.

Regent Road, XVIII. 195, 208; proposed riding school in, XX. 140.

Regiam Majestatem, V. 76; on rights of sanctuary, XV. 58; reference to Burlaw courts, 165.

Regis Vicus, XIV. 105. See High St.

Register House, I. 142, 151; in Castle, V. 64; VIII. 79; papers relating to Regalia in, 205; CIub's visit to, XI. App. 4; receives £12,000 out of Forfeited Estates, XIII. 6; XX. 128, 145; App. 25. See also General Register House.

Register Street, III. 167 ; XX. 23.

Reid, Adam (1671), VI. 109. See Read.

Reid, Agnes, III. 78a, 99.

Reid, Alexander, XII. 17.

Reid, Andrew, bailie, Canongate, XII. 121, 122.

Reid, Andrew, covenanter, XII. 167.

Reid, (Rede) David, XVIII. 169 n.

Reid, Father, a Dominican, VIII. 94, 95.

Reid, General, founder of Music Chair, Edinburgh University, II. 4.

Reid, George, bailie, IV. 131; V. 103, 118; XII. 17, 18.

Reid, George, cutler, XII. 102.

Reid, George, hammerman, XX. 110.

Reid, Helen, of Cowthrople, XIII. 124.

Reid, Helene, III. 82.

Reid, James, of Northbrae, XII. 17, 18.

Reid, James, minister of West Kirk, II. 136.

Reid, James, conventicler, VI. 124.

Reid, James, notary, VIII. 10.

Reid, James, writer, XII. 102.

Reid, James, coachbuilder, XII. 101.

Reid, James, Burlaw bailie, XV. 185, 187, 198.

Reid, John, of Dalrymple, III. 88.

Reid, John, printer, VI. 150, 155, 156.

Reid, John, engraver, IX. 81.

Reid, John, part owner of Whitehouse, X. 53.

Reid, John, smith, XII. 102.

Reid, John, webster, XIII. 118.

Reid, John, skipper, XI. 73.

Reid, John, XII. 17.

Reid, Katherine, highway robber, V. 99, 107.

Reid, Marjory, quaker, V. 125.

Reid, Robert, architect of Parliament Square buildings, criticisms of, III. 237-42; his report on Old Tolbooth, XIV. 14; ‘surveyor of the General Register House,’ XVII. 167 and n., 168, 172; his plan for south and west approaches to the city, XVIII. 82.

Reid, Robert, buys lands of Whitehouse, X. 53.

Reid, Robert, brewer, XII. 121, 122. Robert, proprietor of George Inn, XIV. 145.

Reid, Robert, officer to Earl of Winton, VIII. 104.

Reid, Thomas, horologist, III. 231, 232.

Reid, Thomas, Wesley on his Inquiry into the Human Mind, VIII. 199.

Reid, Thomas, XII. 17.

Reid, William, merchant, XII. 17, 18.

Reid, William, merchant (1768), X. 232.

Reid, William, executed, V. 100.

Reid, William, warded, VIII. 117, 118 ; XII, 188.

Reid, William Crambe, X. 53.

Reid, W. R., of Lauriston Castle, XVII. 137.

Reid and Auld, clockmakers, III. 231.

Reidfurd, Lord (Sir James Foulis), VIII. 120.

Reidhall, XV. 171, 185; XVI. 22; XX. 29, 30. See Redhall.

Reidheid, Cuthbert, XV. 29.

Reidpeth (Rippit), Thomas, XIV. 37, 43. See Redpath, Ridpeth.

Reid's Close, I. 14, 18, 110 ; XII. 101, 102, 121, 152.

Reid's Court, I. 12 ; XII. 101.

Reid's Yard, XII. 101.

Reinagle, Joseph, deputises for Schetky at St. Cecilia's Hall, XIX. 220.

Reith, Alexander, merchant, XII. 23.

Reith, Jeanna, XII. 23.

Reith, John, XII. 23.

Release from prison, V. 96-8, 100-6, 108, 109-111, 112, 117, 118-23, 125-7, 129, 130, 135; VI. 109, 123-5, 133-147, 149, 151-4, 156; VIII. 103-5, 108-13; 115, 116, 118-22, 124-8, 130-2, 134-7, 140-2, 144-9, 153, 155. See Prisoners.

Relief for debt, IV. 114-24 ; 128-30, 133-4, 138-43 ; form of, 124; V. 103, 105, 111, 148.

Relief from irons, V. 115; warrant for, 116.

Remembrancer and riding school, XX. 154.

Reminiscences of Anchor Close, III. 165.

Rennet, James (1685), warded, XI. 29.

Rennie, John, engineer, III. 160. See Rainie, Rannie.

‘Rental Buke of Sanct Anthonis and Newhavin,’ XIX. 151.

Renton, George (1683), VIII. 145.

Renwick, James, covenanter, IV. 111 ; IX. 153; XI. 37; XVI. 141.

Reoch, John, fiddler, XIX. 49.

Restalrig, John Logan, laird of, his dispute with the town, XVIII. 40-1.

Restalrig, I. 107; James Nisbet acquires part of, 95-6; IV. 85, 153 ; parish transferred to South Leith, 153, 157 ; dispute over minister, 156 n.; school-house, 158 and n.; boundaries of the barony, 185-6; dean of, IX. 31 ; laird of (1523), 36, 91; X. 44; dean of, XI. 114, 120; XII. 101 ; Burlaw court, in, XV. 170, 181, 182, 194, 197, 200; Logan family own; sold to James, Lord Balmerino, XVIII. 33, 43; charter to Lord Balmerino, confirming right to, 47-9; XIX. 95, 126, 137; Incorporation of Wester, 127 ; burial ground of Friendly Society of, 126; Logans of, 148. See also Restalrig Society of Friendly Contributors.

Restalrig Church, IV. 153-4, 173, 178, 180-1; and South Leith, 155, 158 n.; memorial anent, 156, 157-9; chapter house, 157 n.; restoration of, 185, 186.

Restalrig House, IV. 179.

Restalrig Society of Friendly Contributors; purpose and membership of, IV. 154-5, 157-9; reason for founding, 155, 157; minutes and records of, 156, 161-2, 166-171, 173, 176-84; members and contributions, 159-60; first account for mortcloths, 160; charities of, 161, 164, 170; prices and hire of mortcloths, 161-2, 177; first complete page of entries, 163-4; from ‘Scots' to ‘sterling,’ 165; ‘incidents,’ 166, 169; affairs in bad way, 171 ; discriminating fees for funerals, 173-4; directions for Keeper of the Cloths, 174; new book, 172, 175; hereditary membership, 176; ‘ribbons,’ 174, 177; society's school, 179, 180, 182; unwritten law regarding schoolmasters, 179 ; quarrel with South Leith kirk-session, 183; declared proprietors of church and churchyard, 184 ; part with their rights and privileges; promote scheme for restoring church, 185.

Reston, James, in Grangeburnmilne, IX. 162, 174; XII. 166.

Revels, Master of the, XVI. 167.

Revolution Settlement, VIII. 79.

Rhetorical Society, V. 189.

Rhind, Janet, IV. 57 n.; XII. 71 n. See Rinde, Rynd.

Rhind, John, cashier, XIV. 161.

Rhind, John, William (ed.), Scottish Tourists' Picturesque Guide to Edinburgh, XII. 246.

Riccarton, armorial stone at, III. 193; laird of, X. 10; XIX. 153, 156, 157; Club's visit to mansion of, App. 15.

Riccio, David, V. 58, 62.

Richard n., his invasion of Edinburgh, XIV. 7 ; XV. 59.

Richard John Miller, typefounder, XVII. App. 9.

Richard Thomas, XII. 159, 167.

Richardson, Mrs. Christian, XI. 22.

Richardson, (Rechesoun, Richison, Richertsoun), David, deacon of the Skinners, VI. 64, 73, 74, 98, 106.

Richardson, Friar James, III. 73.

Richardson, John, town clerk, XVI. 136, 146, 149; clerk to Convention of Burghs, 141.

Richardson, John, secretary, Friday Club, III. 111, 114, 117, 123; presents poker to Cape Club, 163.

Richardson, John, XII. 90.

Richardson, John, covenanter, II. 97, 102, 105-6 ; VI. 136.

Richardson, (Richesoun), John, XX. 102.

Richardson, (Richison), Margrat, V. 137.

Richardson, (Rechartson), Patrick, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71.

Richardson, Ralph, The History of Parliament Square, III. 207-42; his narrative of Coutts banking house, 236.

Richardson, Robert, W.S., XII. 35.

Richardson, Robert (1572), XVI. 6.

Richardson, William, baker, III. 92, 96.

Richardson, William, in Stenhouse, II. 98, 100, 106.

Richardson, Prof. William, III. 143.

Richardson, William, skinner, VI. 67.

Richardson, William, engraver, IX. 101, 102.

Richardson, (Richisone), William, IV. 133.

Richardson's Close, XII. 34.

Riddell, Andrew, minister, XI. 40, 62, 72. See Riddle.

Riddell, Archibald, minister, VI. 152 ; VIII. 110.

Riddell, Christian, first wife of Sir Henry Nisbet (d. 1713) of Dean, I. 116, 120.

Riddell, George, wright, XII. 57, 58; XIV. 65.

Riddell, James, of Caister, XII. 58.

Riddell, James, merchant, VI. 144.

Riddell, James, smith, XII. 96.

Riddell, James, XII. 128.

Riddell, Jean, XI. 55.

Riddell, John, antiquary, I. 81, 125.

Riddell, Jonet, VI. 96.

Riddell, Walter, of Newhouse, XI. 53, 54.

Riddell, William, provost of Rutherglen, VIII. 111, 118.

Riddell, of Haining, XVI. 106.

Riddell's Land, XII. 57.

Riddle, John, physician, XII. 96. See Riddell.

Riddle's Court, I. 5 ; Macmorran mansion in, V. 74; XII. 16, 57, 59, 128; XIV. 65.

Riddle's Entry, Canongate, XII. 96.

Riding the marches, VI. 80 n.

Riding in Queen Mary's time, XX. 112 n. ; in Edinburgh, 113 ; rise of schools for, 111. See also Riding School.

Riding School, V. 172; X. 251; foundation and precarious existence, XX. 113 ; patronised by nobility and gentry; royal grant; original subscribers, 114-115; royal charter; directorate, 115; project launched, 116; governor and deputy governor; horses purchased, 117 ; Robert Adam's design for building, 117-18; site of; architectural features, 118, 119; Topham describes, 120; scale of fees, 122 ; first master, 123; Angelo's career, 123-4; carousels, 125, 126; fees reduced, 126; erected into body corporate; terms of patent; defaulting subscribers, 128; financial crisis, 129 ; ground feued to pay debts ; terms of feu-contract, 130; Merchant Co. lend money to; Angelo's duties, 131 ; joint master appointed, 132; relief measures ; John Cammert, 133-4 ; fencing part of curriculum, 134 ; Signor Rossignoli, 135 ; dispute as to feu-duty, 136; deaf-and-dumb school and, 137 ; Angelo's dispute with directors, 138; John Adams, joint master, 139; new building proposed ; Adams offers money for repairs, 140; fresh borrowing, 141 ; Angelo and Adams's commission renewed, 142; improvement scheme, 143; memorial for increase of royal grant, 144, 145; James Leatham, sole master, 144; Exchequer reports and, 145; fresh subsidy, 146; another memorial, 146-50; Exchequer barons report on finance, 150-1; Leatham's plight, 152-4 ; no more payments from public funds, 155; English traveller's impressions, 156; sale of premises to College of Surgeons, 156-8 ; removal to Lothian Road, 158.

Ridotto, IX. 215 ; XIX. 62 ; Italian origin; what it signified ; Byron and, 33 ; Charity Workhouse benefits by, 63 ; Digges' successful, 65-6.

Ridpeth, John, tinker, V. 104. See Redpath, Reidpeth.

Rig, Agnes, X. 28. See Rigg, Ryge.

Rig, Elizabeth, wife of John. Livingston of Greenhill, III. 200; X. 194-6.

Rig, Hugh, of Carberry, XIV. App. 15, 16.

Rig, James, of Carberry, XIV. App. 16.

Rig, John, advocate, X. 28; XIII. 124, 133.

Rig, Quintigernus, XIV. App. 16.

Rig, William, merchant, X. 192, 193, 195 and n., 196 n., 198, 221, 222; Society of Brewers sell land to, 234, 237 ; XII. 65 n.; XV. 17; legacy for weaving industry, XVII. 58.

Rigg, James Home, purchases lands and mansion of Drumdryan, XVIII. 172-4. See Rig, Ryge.

Rigg, James, chirurgeon, XIII. 129.

Rigg, Thomas, advocate, X. 28 ; XII. 155.

Rigg, William, of Downfield, XVIII. 173.

Rigg, William, of Eathernie, XIII. 138.

Rigg, of Rigsland, III. 201.

Right and Wrong Club, account of, III. 166-8.

Rigsland, III. 201. See also Baglap.

Rinde, Sir John, chaplain, V. 44, 48. See Rhind, Rynd.

Rioting, in church, VI. 128.

Riots of 1784, IX. 219.

Ritchie, ‘Admiral,’ XX. 72, 73.

Ritchie, James, smith, XVII. 131.

Ritchie, John, master mason, XIII. 25, 30, 32, 40, 50-2, 54, 64, 72, 73.

Ritchie, John, Kintyre pursuivant, XVIII. 14.

Ritchie, John, proprietor of The Scotsman, XVIII. App. 30.

Ritchie, Katherine Janet, X. 161, 166.

Ritchie, William, master of Canongate School, XX. 20.

‘River Tumble,’ XIV. 4.

Road trustees of Midlothian and their quarrying operations at Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 194, 201-4, 207-10; XIX. 106, 107.

Roads, between Edinburgh and London, XIV. 122-3; Gabriel's and other old, XVII. 76-81.

Robb, Agnes, XIV. 108 n.

Robb, Andro, in Wailsley, VIII. 156.

Robb, or Paterson, Barbara, XIV. 108 n.

Robb, James, Orchardfield, XIV. 108 n.

Robb, Janet, XIV. 108 n.

Robbery, VI. 116, 147 ; by soldiers, XVI. 155, 161.

Robbie, John Cameron, The Embalming of Montrose, I. 31-46 ; III. 243 n. See Robie.

Robb's Entry, XI. 13.

Robert I., grants charter in favour of burgesses of Edinburgh, X. 3.

Robert II., III. 40 ; IV. 78 ; charter by, quoted, V. 43; X. 10, ll, 18; his feu-charter of lands of Bruntsfield, 25 ; presents site for Old Tolbooth, XIV. 7, 8, 10 ; coronation at Holyrood, XVIII. 24.

Robert III., confirmation of charter quoted, V. 43-4; X. 12, 13.

Robert abbot of Holyrood, VII. lxxxvii.

Robert bishop of St. Andrews, V. 41.

Robert abbot of Dunfermline, V. 35.

Robert Agnes, charged with witchcraft, IV. 113.

Roberton William, master of High School, V. 71 ; XX. 1 ; closes Canongate School, 6.

Roberts, David, R.A., birthplace of, II. 131 ; III. 231 n. ; IX. 106-7; XI. App. 7; XII. App. 29; XIV. 71.

Robertson of Kincraigie, III. 222. See Robesone, Robison.

Robertson Agnes, XI. 23.

Robertson Alexander, of Struan, II. 33, 52; VIII. 102, 103, 125.

Robertson Alexander, brewer, VI. 139; XII. 148, 149.

Robertson Alexander, engraver, IX. 91, 92.

Robertson Alexander, minister, XIII. 103, 104.

Robertson (Robisoun), Andro, skinner, VI. 65, 66.

Robertson Bailie (1685), XII. 183 ; XVII. 82.

Robertson Charles, painter, I. 142, 144.

Robertson Charles, brewer, XII. 146.

Robertson Charles, chairmaster, IX. 226-7.

Robertson Daniel, tailor, XII. 51.

Robertson David, town clerk of Edinburgh, The Burlaw Court of Leith, XV. 165-205 ; lectures on ‘Town Council in Queen Mary's Reign,’ App. 14-16 ; George IV. Bridge and the West Approach, XVIII. 79-99; The Magistrates and Masters of Leith, XX. 61-77.

Robertson, David, in Coates, VIII. 101.

Robertson, David, smith, XII. 149 ; XIX. 226.

Robertson, David, secy., Old Boys' Club, XX. 24.

Robertson, Donald, chairmaster, IX. 226-7.

Robertson, Duncan, constable, IX. 234.

Robertson, Eleanora, III. 189.

Robertson, Mrs. Elizabeth, XII. 18.

Robertson, General, of Lude, IV. 60.

Robertson, George, of Lockhart, XIII. 123 rt.

Robertson, George, keeper of George Inn, XIV. 140-1, 142 n.

Robertson, George, goldsmith, XIII. 138.

Robertson, George, warded, VI. 115, 116.

Robertson, Gilbert, of Muirtoun, X. 48.

Robertson, Gilbert, of Whythouse, XII. 188, 189.

Robertson, James, treasurer, Restalrig, Society, IV. 159, 160, 169-73.

Robertson, James, innkeeper, XIV. 131, 132, 138, 139.

Robertson, James, warded, VIII. 135, 138, 140.

Robertson, Janet, XX. 102.

Robertson, John, of Chesterhall, XVIII. 163.

Robertson, John, of Muirtoun, X. 48.

Robertson, John, owner of Freris, X. 151, 164, 165, 211, 213 and n., 217, 219 n., 236.

Robertson, John, officer to Skinners, VI. 64, 96-9, 101, 102, 104.

Robertson, John, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Robertson, John, writer, XI. 23.

Robertson, John, brewer, XII. 149.

Robertson, John, town ofiicer, XIII. 137.

Robertson, John, bailie (1587), XV. 13, 27.

Robertson, John, builder of leper house at Greenside, XV. 136; XVII. App. 16.

Robertson, John, tacksman of Holyrood Park, protects himself against damage through quarrying at Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 184.

Robertson, John, accountant, XIX. 180.

Robertson, John, minister, VI. 114; XII. 158, 176; XVI. 64, 65, 157.

Robertson, Joseph, pastor of Leith Wynd Chapel, XI. 78; officiates at marriage of Shelley and Harriet Westbrook, 80; banished for celebrating clandestine marriages, 80 and n.

Robertson, Joseph, Restalrig, IV. 163.

Robertson, Joseph, VI. 37 ; responsible for publication of Register of Privy Council, XI. 109.

Robertson, J., bookseller, Fishmarket Close, XII. 225 ; XIX. 39.

Robertson, Lynart, VI. 58, 94.

Robertson, Major, III. 174.

Robertson, Margaret, gypsy, VIII. 137.

Robertson, Mary, of Prenderguest, XIX. 174.

Robertson, Misses, keepers of Assembly Room, Bell's Wynd, XIX. 59-60.

Robertson, Patrick, Poker Club, III. 153.

Robertson, Patrick, jeweller, III. 232 ; IX. 216.

Robertson, Peter, Lord of Session, IX. 111.

Robertson, Richard, XII. 151.

Robertson, Robert (1638), XVIII. 122.

Robertson, Roger, of Ladykirk, XII. 154 ; XIX. 185.

Robertson, Stark, II. 4.

Robertson, Thomas, of Lochbank, X. 238; XII. 139 and n., 149; XIII. 81.

Robertson, Thomas, son of above, XIII. 81.

Robertson, Thomas, brewer, VI. 139.

Robertson, Thomas, bailie of Portsburgh, IX. 142.

Robertson, Thomas, musician, XIX. 50.

Robertson, Thomas, freeman in Calton, XIX. 122.

Robertson, Thomas (1684), warded, IX. 140, 146; XVI. 110, 154, 156, 161.

Robertson, (Rotsone), Thomas, bailie, XI. 54.

Robertson, William, Principal, II. 6 ; III. 152, 153, 189; IV. 37; V. 183; VIII. 176; Wesley's opinion of his History of Charles V., 198-9 ; XII. App. 10; XIII. App. 10 ; XV. 162, App. 13 ; XX. 133 ; his scheme for reviving riding school, 137.

Robertson, William, Lord, III. 151.

Robertson, William, of Hillhousefield, XIX. 185, 186.

Robertson, William, W.S., Oyster Club, III. 173.

Robertson, William, master of Grammar School, XV. App. 16.

Robertson, William, cowfeeder, XII. 107.

Robertson, William, in Tenendry of Kilbride, V. 120, 123.

Robertson, William, printer of Caledonian Mercury, XVIII. 162.

Robertson's Close, I. 19; V. 67, 80, 86; XI. 8; XII. 139, 140, 145, 147-9; XV. 102; Infirmary begun in, 143, 147, 150.

Robertson's Close, Canongate, XII. 107.

Robertson's (M'Conochie's) Close, XII. 128.

Robertson's Inn, XIII. 123.

Robertson's Land, XII. 107.

Robertson's Wynd, XII. 148.

Robesone, James, tenant of Cordiners, XVIII. 123. See Robertson, Robison.

Robesoun, the Tincler's ‘land,’ III. 82.

Robie, John, jesuit, V. 59. See Robbie.

Robin Hood parade, IV. 88. .

Robin Hood and Little John, VI. 38 ; XVI. 5; XVIII. 103.

Robinhood Society (debating club), I, 49, 50; V. 173, 179, 184.

Robinson, Prof., VIII. 56.

Robison, Prof. John, III. 114, 153.

Robison's Exchange, XVI. 161.

Robisoun, George III. 92.

Robson, Andro, quaker, V. 105, 121, 125, 138.

Robson, Elspeth, V. 137.

Robson, Rev. John (1846), IX. 110.

Rochead, Mrs., of Inverleith, IX. 217 ; XIX. 84. See Rocheid, Roughead.

Rochead's Court, XII. 54.

Rocheid, Sir James, town clerk, XV. 182; XVI. 96, 117, 120, 125, 130, 141, 145, 147, 155, 159; charge of leasing-making, 109 ; ground at Inverleith, 115 ; sued for wrongous imprisonment, 123 ; charges against, 129; accused of malversation, 136; deprived of office, 136-137 ; petitions the King, 148 ; reinstated, 149 ; craves payment of expenses, 154; award for services, 161. See Rochead, Roughead.

Rocheids (or Rochead), of Inverleith, I. 98.

Rockville, Lord, judge, IX. 218 ; XI. App. 16. See also Gordon, Hon. Alexander

Rockville's Close, XII. 52.

Rodd's Land, III. 79.

Rodger, Captain (1654), XVI. 39.

Rodger, John, goldsmith, XIX. 14, 15 ; XX. 102.

Rodger, Ralph, IX. 172; XI. 69.

Roger, Archdeacon, VI. 37.

Roger, William, saddler, XX. 94.

Rogers, Samuel, poet, XIII. App. 16 ; XIV. 138; XV. App. 13.

Rogers, William, engraver, IX. 79.

Rogill (Bogill ?) Robert, IV. 136.

Rolland, Adam, of Gask, XI. App. 16.

Rollo, Andrew, Master of, V. 153.

Rollock, Henry, minister of Greyfriars, XIII. 57, 61, 110 and n.

Rollock, Hercules, master of High School, V. 72.

Rollock, John, of Pilton, XIII. 112.

Rollock, (Rollok), John (1330), V. 42.

Rollock, Peter, of Pilton, XIII. 104, 112.

Rollock, Robert, principal of Town's College, XII. 33; XIII. 110.

Rollock, (Rollog), Simeon, X. 178.

Rollock, Simon, his chapel, X. 49.

Romaine, William, V. 182.

‘Roman Eagle Hall,’ I. 5 ; XI. 13 ; XIV. 67, 166.

‘Roman Heads' stone, XV. 111-12.

Roman road, surmise as to fragment of ancient causeway at Holyrood, IV. 194.

Romieu, West Bow, XI. 13.

Romilly Place, XX. 58.

Ronald, James, merchant, XII. 119.

Ronald, John, quarrier, XIII. 21, 24, 31, 40.

Ronald, John, XII. 17.

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

Ronalds, Dr. Edmund, XIX. 177.

Ronalds, Hugh, tenant of Hillhousefield, XIX. 177.

Ronaldson, Alexander, skinner, VI. 104.

Ronaldson, James, tailor, XVIII. 62.

Rood Chapel. See Crucifixion, Chapel of the.

Roome, George, warded, XI. 50.

Ros, James, town treasurer, V. 71. See Ross.

Ros, Mungo, baker, III. 69 n.

Rosamund, Addison's, XX. App. 28.

Roscelin, Sir Thomas, V. 40.

Rose, Arthur, bishop. See Ross.

Rose of Kilravock, XI. 36.

Rose and Thistle Inn, XII. 19 ; XIV. 86.

Rosebank, X. 215, 220; XX. 52.

Rosebery, Archibald, first Earl of, buys Coates estate, II. 138 ; III. 244 n., 249 ; X. 212 n. ; XII. 8 ; buys Dalry House, XX. 40 ; and Pilrig, App. 20. See Dalmeny.

Rosebery, Archibald, fourth Earl of, III. 244 n.

Rosebery, Archibald, fifth Earl of, restores ‘Lady Stair's House,’ I. 4 ; speech at first annual meeting of Club, App. 5-11 ; on old social clubs, II. 149 ; genealogical table showing connection with builder and former owners of Lady Stair's House, III. 244 n.; purchases and restores Lady Stair's House, 244 and 12., 251-2; XIV. 76; XVI. 57n., App. 4; services as Hon. President of Club, XVII. App. 30 ; suggests restoration of Market Cross, XX. App. 18.

Rosebery, James, second Earl of, III. 244 n. ; X. 46 ; grants sasine of Dalry House to Matthew Lant, XX. 40.

Rosebery, Neil, third Earl of, III. 244 n.; XX. 115, 116.

Roseburn House, I. 78 ; III. 197 ; history and architecture of, 184-5 ; sculptured stones at, 185-7 ; Russell family and, 188-9 ; XVII. App. 22 ; XX. 35.

Rosehall, lands of, X. 5 ; XX. App. 34.

Rosehall, Gushet, X. 215.

Rosehaugh's Close, XII. 81.

Rosemary Cottage, Juniper Green, III. 183.

Roslin, laird of, XIII. 143.

Ross, Lord, VI. 114, 128, 131; XII. 160; XVI. 197. See Ros.

Ross, Agnes, XII. 53.

Ross, Alexander, depute clerk of session, XII. 53.

Ross, Alexander Mackenzie, XVII. 137.

Ross, Andrew, and Francis Grant, their edition of ‘Plates' of Nisbet the Heraldist's System, I. 79, 83, 91.

Ross, Andrew, merchant, VI. 155.

Ross, Andrew (1689), XVI. 183.

Ross, Anne, XIX. 167.

Ross, (or Rose), Arthur, bishop, XII. 102 ; XVI. 138 ; XVIII. App. 6.

Ross, Charles (1684), IX. 166-7, 168.

Ross, Daniel, schoolmaster, VIII. 108, 139.

Ross, David (Lord Ankerville), III. 148, 153, 154; XX. 116, 133.

Ross, Elizabeth, Countess of, XIII. 126 n.; XV. 101.

Ross, Elizabeth, wife of John, Lord Fleming, VI. 79 n.

Ross, Euphan, relict of Alexander Hay, wright, IX. 187.

Ross, Helene, III. 79.

Ross, James, city treasurer, X. 186 ; XV. 14, 35, 45.

Ross, James, skinner, VI. 70.

Ross, James, merchant, XII. 53.

Ross, James (1573), III. 84.

Ross, John, Poker Club, III. 153.

Ross, John, surveyor, X. 49.

Ross, Lady, XIII. 126 and n.

Ross, Matthew, advocate, XII. 53.

Ross, Mr., Drummond's Land, XX. 125.

Ross, Mungo, baxter, XIII. 97, 139.

Ross, Robert, sells candles at the Cross, XVII. 115.

Ross, Robert, of Achlossin, IX. 123.

Ross, Thomas, LL.D., Statues of Justice and Mercy, from the Old Parliament House, II. 231-37 ; on sundials, IV. 63 ; An Old Edinburgh Monument now in Perthshire, 145-52; and St. Margaret's Chapel, V. 29, 30; 77 ; VI. 2; leader of excursion to Craigmillar, VII. App. 8 ; The Magdalen Chapel, Cowgate (with Prof. Baldwin Brown), VIII. 1-78 ; leader of excursions, to Caroline Park and Grange House, App. 3, 6 ; to Ravelston House and Craigcrook, IX. App. 3 ; X. App. 4; (with G. Baldwin Brown and W. Forbes Gray) The Tailors' Hall, Cowgate, XI. 125-71 ; conducts Club over St. Giles', XII. App. 10; XIII. 52, 53; on architecture of Hatton House, App. 8, 9 ; and of Carberry Tower, XIV. App. 15 ; and of Dundas Castle, XVI. App. 11; C1ub's resolution anent death of, XVIII. App. 3.

Ross, Thomas, skinner, VI. 70, 95.

Ross, Thomas, son of James, merchant, XII. 53.

Ross, Thomas, servant, XI. 39.

Ross, Walter, of St. Bernards, I. 86; II. 132 ; XIV. 52, 82, 95 ; XV. 101 ; XIX. 94; XX. App. 15, 19.

Ross, William, fourteenth Lord, XIII. 126 n.

Ross, William, chairman, Friday Club, III. 111, 118.

Ross, of Pitcalnie, II. 28-9.

Ross House, Bristo, XI. 13; XII. 224, App. 20; XIII. 126 n.

Ross Park, IX. 210 ; XII. App. 18 ; XIX. 81.

Rossetti, W. M., XI. 81.

Rossignoli, Signor, fencing master, XX. 134-5.

Rosslyn, James, second Earl of, XX. 146.

Ross's Close, XII. 53, 109, 110.

Ross's Court, IX. 184; XII. 52.

‘Ross's Folly,’ XIV. 95.

Rosyth, Lady, XVI. 139.

Rothes, Duke of (1638), XI. 159-61 ; XIII. 71 ; XVI. 67, 70, 71, 74, 97, 98; XVIII. 11, 15, 22, 24.

Rothes, John, eighth Earl of, his daughters reside in Fountainbridge, XX. 55.

Rothesay, David, Duke of, IV. 62 ; XIV. 114.

Rotunda, XVIII. App. 12.

Rouche, Alysone, XVI. 4.

Rough, Friar, apostate, III. 57.

Rough, John, candlemaker, XVII. 132 n. 133, 134.

Roughead, James, merchant, XIII. 123, 125, See Rochead, Rocheid.

Row, James, merchant (1677), XVI. 101, 142. See Rowe.

Row, John, church historian, III. 212, 217.

Row, John, minister, V. 152.

Row, John, regent of St. Andrews, VIII. 96.

Row, Katherine, X. 192, 195 n.

Rowane, Thomas, skinner, VI. 76.

Rowat, John, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71, 72, 75.

Rowatt, James, V. 95, 97, 98.

Rowe, George (1683), VIII. 144. See Row.

Rowe's Tamerlane, XI. 164 and n. ; The Fair Penitent, 169 and n.

Roxburgh, Duke of, member of Wig Club, III. 141 ; town house of, XII. 121.

Roxburgh, Earl of, house in Canongate, XI. 13 ; obtains charter from Charles I. of Broughton, Canongate, and part of Leith, XIII. 80, 113 and n. ; XV. 66.

Roxburgh, Margaret Hay, Countess of, XVIII. 11.

Roxburgh, John, cook, XII. 25, 26 ; XIII. 105.

Roxburgh, John, deacon of Canongate cordiners, XVIII. 143 and n.

Roxburgh Place, XX. 119, 157.

Roxburgh's Close, I. 7; XII. 25; XIV. 91, 92 ; carved stone at, XVII. 48.

Royal Academy for Teaching Exercises. See Riding School.

Royal Bank of Scotland, II. 13 ; Prince Charles and, 47-8 ; and Provost Drummond, IV. 30; XI. 13 ; XII. 35, 67-8; XIV. 150; XV. 67; XVII. 171, 173; XX. 40, 44, 49, 52, 82,115.

Royal Bank Close, XII. 61, 67; XIV. 81.

Royal Bounty, XX. 137, 142.

Royal Burgess Golfing Society, XVIII. 4, 8.

Royal Company of Archers. See Archers.

Royal Edinburgh Light Dragoons, X. 250.

Royal Edinburgh Volunteers, II. 163.

Royal Exchange, I. 7 ; II. 18, 154, 203, 208; building of, IV. 44-6, 48; Provost Drummond and, 53; XI. 7, 12, 13; XII. 28, 29; Adam Smith's office in, XIII. App. 16; XIV. 95, 137, 151, 166, 170; banking firms in, 150; XVII. 151-2; XVIII. 86, 93; XX. 23, App. 16.

Royal Exchange Coffee-House, Wig Club at, III. 140; XII. 28; XVII. 130 n.; XX. 24, 68.

Royal Infirmary. See Infirmary.

Royal Medical Society, Hall of, V. 84, 88.

‘Royal Mile,’ sculptured stones of, XIV. 49-100; XV. 99-134 ; XVII. 22-48; from Castle to Netherbow, XVI. App. 10.

Royal Society of Edinburgh, II. 10.

Royal Standard, XVI. 68.

Royal Tradesmen. See King's Tradesmen.

Royal Wall, III. 103.

Royalty, extension of, I. 138, 139 ; act passed regarding, 142; IV. 45, 48; V. 189 ; XII. 210, 218 ; suburban residences, XIII. 90.

Royston, Lord. See Sir James Mackenzie.

Royston, barony of, bought by John, second Duke of Argyll, XX. App. 26.

Royston, Castle, excursion to, VIII. App. 3, 4.

Royston's Close, XII. 57, 58 ; XX. 125.

Ruddiman, Thomas, I. 50 ; his Weekly Magazine, or Edinburgh Amusement, 49; II. 12 n. ; founds Philosophical Society, 10 ; sent to jail for printing inaccurate news, 14 ; his Jacobitism, 58, 171 ; builds house in St. J ames's Square, 169 ; IX. 59, 82 ; keeper of Advocates' Library, XVIII. App. 24.

Ruddiman, Walter, II. 14, 171.

Rude Well, X. 3.

Rudiments of Music, published at request of town council, XIX. 211 n.

Rule, Bailie, XIII. 83.

Rule, Gilbert, sent to Bass Rock, XVI. 104.

Rule, Robert, tenant in Calton, XVIII. 45, 46.

Rules of the Thistle Golf Club, by John Cundell, XVIII. 10.

Rullion Green, X. 201.

Runciman, Alexander, painter, III. 159; IX. 86.

Runciman, (Runsyman), George, XV. 38.

Runciman, John, painter, IX. 86.

Ruskin, John, merchant, XII. 154; XV. App. 19.

Russel, Rev. Dr., Leith, XX. 66.

Russel, Prof. James, Poker Club, III. 152, 154.

Russel, Ninian, IV. 163.

Russell, Alexander, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Russell, Alexander, in Burgie, V. 141 ; VIII. 117.

Russell, Alexander James, III. 189.

Russell, Archibald (1570), XV. 37.

Russell, Sir Charles, III. 189.

Russell, Christian, XII. 204.

Russell, Christopher, XVIII. 66.

Russell, David, musician, XIX. 237.

Russell, David (1684), warded, IX. 140, 146.

Russell, Sir Francis, XVI. 9, 12, 13.

Russell, Gavin, executed, XII. 159, 171.

Russell, James, of Kingseat, III. 189.

Russell, James, of Roseburn, III. 188.

Russell, James, ‘indweller in Canaan,’ X. 178-9, 201.

Russell, John, second of Roseburn, III. 189.

Russell, John, of Braidshaw, III. 189.

Russell, John, Principal Clerk of Session, III. 189.

Russell, John, advocate, XIII. 121.

Russell, John, brushmaker, III. 249.

Russell, John, warded, VI. 128.

Russell, John, W.S., XIX. 202.

Russell, John, jun., XIX. 237.

Russell, John, VII. App. 7 ; lectures on ‘Old Leith,’ XII. App. 12 ; makes selections from Nicoll's Diary, XVI. Introd. xxv; on ‘Royal Mile,’ App. 10; on history of Stenhouse, XVII. App. 22 ; Bonnington : Its Lands and Mansions, XIX. 142-88 ; on ‘Some Historic Leith Buildings,’ XX. App. 8-9; on ‘Lands of Pilrig, Warriston and Trinity,’ 20-3 ; leader of excursion to Caroline Park, 25-8.

Russell, Mungo, of Roseburn, III. 187-9, 196 ; XVII. App. 22.

Russell, Patrick, covenanter, XI. 33; XII. 166.

Russell, Robert, of Boghald, VI. 119, 128, 136.

Russell, Robert, warded, II. 99 ; XII. 163, 183, 196.

Russell, Thomas, acquires Roseburn, III. 187-8.

Russell, Thomas, skinner, VI. 80, 89, 91.

Russell, Thomas, warded, XI. 35 ; XII. 166.

Russell, (Russels), Theme, III. 79.

Russell, William, minister of Stobo, III. 188, 189.

Russell, William, warded, VIII. 156.

Russells of Slipperfield, or Kingseat, III. 188.

Rutherfoord of Edgerston, III. 154. See Rutherford, Rutherfuird, Rutherfurd.

Rutherfoord Edward, clerk to Merchant Company, XX. 131.

Rutherfoord, George, in Ancrum, II. 95.

Rutherford, Andrew (Lord Rutherford), X. 251. See Rutherfoord, Rutherfuird, Rutherfurd.

Rutherford, Andrew, secretary, Friday Club, III. 105, 115, 120, 124, 125, 169, 170, 172, 177.

Rutherford, Andrew, of Townhead, VI. 126.

Rutherford, Daniel, M.D., III. 151.

Rutherford, Edward (1516), III. 94.

Rutherford, John, Prof. of Medicine, XV. 145, 147 ; gives clinical lectures, 156-7.

Rutherford, John, hanged for forgery, XVI. 101.

Rutherford, Matty. See Nisbet, Lady, of Dean (1776).

Rutherford, Robert, W.S., Oyster Club, III. 173.

Rutherford, Robert, shopkeeper in Calton, XIX. 107, 108, 118.

Rutherford, Samuel, proclamation against his books, XVI. 55.

Rutherford, William, hanged, XVI. 101.

Rutherfuird, Arch., Lord, VI. 108. See Rutherfoord, Rutherford, Rutherfurd.

Rutherfuird, Captain John, VI. 108, 110.

Rutherfurd, Andrew, governor of Dunkirk and Tangier, XVI. 69. See Rutherfoord, Rutherford, Rutherfuird.

Rutherfurd, John, Jedburgh, V. 118.

Rutherfurd, Captain John, V. 154.

Rutherfurd, Mallie, wife of Sir Alexander Nisbet (d. 1756) of Dean, I. 125.

Ruthven, Lord, house in West Bow, XI. 13; XIV. 64; XIX. 36.

Ruthven, James, fifth Lord, III. 141.

Ruthven, James, merchant, IX. 126.

Ruthven, James, warded, V. 122.

Ruthven, Lord, of Ettrick, V. 64; warrant appointing him governor of Edinburgh Castle, VIII. App. 9-10.

Ruthven, Sir Patrick, XVI. 191.

Ruthven, William, Lord, IX. 13, 14, 23, 27 ; receives Margaret Tudor in Edinburgh, 28, 29.

Ruthven, William, fourth Lord (1571), X. 242.

Ruthven, William, Master of (1519), IX. 29.

Ryan, John, lays foundation stone of Canongate theatre, XVII. 26.

Ryge, John, skinner, VI. 58. See Rig, Rigg.

Rynd, David, bedeman, XVII. 52. See Rhind, Rinde.

Rynd, James, III. 82 ; XIV. 61.

Rynd, Janet, wife of Michael Macquhane, founder of the Magdalen Chapel, VIII, 2, 5-10, 11, 23, 26, 40; armorial bearings, 23, 68-9 ; tombstone, 16, 23, 51-60, 76.

Rynd, Nicol, tailor, XIII. 122.

Rynd, Robert, goldsmith, XVII. 52.

Rynd, William, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71.