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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Saddlers, armorial shield, VIII, 62; Canongate, XIX.. 2, 3, 21; relations with harnessmakers, 29.

Sadler, Sir Ralph, ambassador, III. 57.

Sailors assisted by the town, XV. 40-1.

St. Andrew, Order of, II. 25; V. 50; Cross of, XX. 27 ; altar of, App. 11.

St. R. C. Chapel, XV. 106.

St. Andrew Square, I. 5 n.; proposal to erect High School in, V. 87 ; lecture by W. Forbes Gray on, XV. App. 11-14; XVII. 173; XVIII. 93; Sir Laurence Dundas' House in, XX. 115.

St. Andrew's Chapel, I. 50, 51, 55-7, 70; XIX. 228.

St. Andrew's Port, XI. 12, 13; XVII. 77, 80; XVIII. 40-2, 56, 103. -

St. Andrews, Robert, bishop of, V. 41.

St. Anne, patron saint of Tailors' Incorporation, XI. 127.

St. Anne Street, I. 145, 148; buildings in, described, 149-50; town council and, 151 ; demolition of, 152; IX. 225; tailor craft in, XI. 127.

St. Anne's Yards, II. 23; XI. 13; XV. 74, 78.

St. Anthony, preceptory of, IV. 158; VII. xxvii, App. 7; Crawford family and, XIX. 151 ; XX. App. 9.

St. Anthony, altar of. See St. Giles' Church.

St. Anthony's Well, II. 25.

St. Augustine, Rule of, III. 19.

St. Barbara chantry chapel, in Church of Blessed Virgin Mary, Leith, XIX. 149.

St. Benedict, Order of, V. 34, 35.

St. Berchan, V. 19.

St. Bernard's (mansion), Stockbridge, I. 86, 126; XV. 101.

St. Bernard's Well, I. 127; XX. 52.

St. Bonaventura, III. 37.

St. Catherine of Siena, III. 27, 48, 52, 75 ; X. 14-17, 54, 75, 118 and n.; nunnery of, its origin, 103, 105 ; sisters infeft in chapel of St. John the Baptist, 108-9, 110, 111 ; supervised by provincial of Black Friars, 113 ; site and description of, 113-14; the foundresses, 114-16 ; building completed, 116 ; thirty sisters provided for, 117 ; manuscript volume owned by, 117-18; mode of life at, 119-20 ; donations to, 120-2, 124 ; barrel of salmon for, 121; hospital of St. Laurence, Haddington, annexed to, 122-4; damaged by Hertford, 126; nuns grant letter of reversion, 127; destroyed by Reformation mob, 128; list of sisters residing in, 129-30; rentals of, 131-2; annual income, 132; Queen Mary and, 133, 136-7; sisters dispone St. Laurence land to Bellenden family, 134; own croft at Greyfriars Port, 136; feu land to Kincaid of Warriston, 138; town council and, 142-3, 149 ; victims of plague confined in, 147-50; buildings demolished, 152; lands of, 159, 160, 163, 184, 229; XI. 130.

St. the Virgin, III. 27, 48; altar of, 89, 91.

St. Catherine's Convent, Lauriston, XVIII. 166.

St. Well, XI. App. 4.

St. Cecilia, bust and painting of, belonging to Musical Society, XIX. 232.

St. Cecilia's Day, XIX. 191, 193, 197, 203.

St. Hall, I. 19; XI. 13; XII. 134, 218; XIV. 136 n.; XV. 101; XIX. 193, 199, 201, 202, 215, 216, 220, 221, 222; movement for erection of hall near Mylne Square, 223-4; Lord Provost Drummond and ; new ‘musick room’ to be built in Niddry's Wynd, 224; Robert Mylne as architect; committee to negotiate with tradesmen, 225; cost of, 226; subscriptions towards, 226, 228, 245 ; description of, 227-8; organ, 227; used for public worship; alterations on, 228; amenity affected by South Bridge, 228-30; Tenducci's appearances in, 214 ; Burns and, 221 n., 233 n. ; sold to Baptists; Grand Lodge of Scotland purchase and extend; later history, 244; principal subscribers (with amounts) to building of, 245.

St. Christopher, altar of. See St. Giles' Church.

St. Clair, Oliver, XVI. 182. See Sinclair.

St. William, of Roslin, XVIII. 6-7.

St. Columba, V. 3, 25.

St. Crispin and St. Crispinian, patron saints of Canongate cordiners, XVIII. 101-2.

St. Crispin's Day, Canongate cordiners' pageant on, XVIII. 135-6 and n.

St. Cuthbert's Church (West Kirk), I. 104, 107, 112, 113, 115, 117, 120, 121, 131; II. 12, 39, 122, 127, 130, 136; in the 'Forty-five, 37; sculptured stones at, 129-31; steeple of, 163; consecration of, III. 27 n., 199; IV. 27 ; David I.'s charter to, V. 47 ; 63 ; Wesley attends communion service in, VIII. 172-3; congregation granted use of Methodist chapel; Wesley's followers worship in chapel of ease of, 173; assigned to canons of Holyrood, X. 6; teinds of Burgh Muir given to, 7 n. ; St. Roque's Chapel and, 168; conveyed to Holyrood Abbey, 168; General Assembly meets in, 200; charter granted by town council to, 232; teinds due by Society of Brewers to ministers of, 235; XI. 10, 13; XII, 188, 221, 225; XIII. 84; glebe of, 82, 88 ; kirk session's dispute with Hepburn of Bearford, 85 ; ‘green walk’ to, 86; XIV. 79; David I.'s grant to, 102, 103, 104; glebe of, 104, 117, 174; XV. 204; XVI. 35, 54, 126, 127, 187, 202, 203; disturbance at, 72; poor of, 147 ; XVII. 78, 81; glebe of, XVIII. 92, 159, 163, 173, 175; XX. 1; App. 7.

St. Churchyard, inscription on Bain Whyt's tomb in, II. 153; Club's visit to; list of famous personages buried there, XI. App. 16-19; Covenanters buried in, XVIII. 157 ; XX. 43, 46 n., 47, 48, 54, 57.

St. Close, II. 122.

St. Lane, II. 128; XX. 158.

St. Mineral Well, Bonnington, XIX. 177-8.

St. Poorhouse, XIV. 77 ; App. 10.

St. David Street, I. 5 n.

St. David's Lane, XII. 224.

St. David's Parish Church, XX. 59.

St. Dominic. See Dominic.

St. Duthac, altar of (St. Giles'), V. 45.

St. Francis of Assisi, III. 13 n., 14; rule of, 14, 21.

St. Gabriel, Altar of the Virgin and, II. 63; X. 21.

St. George's Church, Charlotte Square, XIV. 151; XVII. 167 n.; XVIII. 82, 85.

St. George's Episcopal Chapel, II. 172; XI. App. 15; Club visits, XII. App. 11; distinguished members of, 11 ; XX. App. 5.

St. George's Square, XII. 220, 223, 224, 225.

St. Giles, patron saint of Edinburgh, III. 2 ; as supporter on burgh arms, 2, 4, 5, 6, 10 ; relic of, VII. xciv.

St. Giles' charters, XX. App. 11.

St. Giles' Church, I. 31, 34, 45, 101; St. John's Chapel in, 45; restoration of, 45-6 ; Baxters' altar in, 130 ; II. 12, 53, 63, 231; after Flodden, 64; cartulary of, 134; old cellars in rear of, 225; King's seat in, 237 ; III. 49, 69; consecration of, 27 n. ; ‘purified ’ by Reformation mob, 65; situation of, 207 ; graveyard of, 208-10, 219; erected into collegiate institution, 208; altars in, destroyed, 213; manse of, 215-6; Charles I. at, 217 ; Cromwell and, 218; churchyard abandoned, 218, 220; song school, 219; nether kirkyard, 219; other references, 223, 229, 231-3, 241; IV. 44, 78, 82, 90 ; altar of St. Salvator, 66; part of, converted into tolbooth, 88; steeple as prison, 90; V. 86, 88; altar of St. Duthac in, 45; ‘St. Margaret's licht’ in, 49; altar of St. Christopher in, VI. 17, 21, 30 and n.; 31, 32, 57; VIII. 20, 37; IX. 10, 31; bell-ringing at, 92; gifted to monastery of Harehope, X. 7 ; Alexander I. erects new church, 9; 13; altar of Virgin and St. Gabriel in, 21 ; forest of Drumselch conveyed to, 57; 154; connection with chapel of St. John the Baptist, 99-100; James IV.'s donation for masses in, 173 ; altar of St. Roch in, 173-4 ; piazza, east of, XI. 12; 13, 14 ; Tailors found altar of St. Anne, 127; chapel of the Holy Rood in, 1-29, 131 ; Chepman aisle, 129; XII. 32, 214; Club visits, App. 10; structural alterations ordered by Charles I., XIII. 1, 2, 26-7 ; to be made a cathedral, 29; eastern partition removed, 32 ; sermon by Bishop Forbes, 32; alterations in western portion, 33 and n. ; communion tickets, 36 n. ; shops and song school to be removed, 39; repairs on, 46; liturgy introduced, 55; eastern partition wall restored, 63; XIV. 7, 12; Albany aisle, 8; carved stones belonging to, 53, 79-80; St. Nicholas altar, 59; gardens of, 113, 141, 162; town clerk's office in, 150; altar of Holy Blood; St. Anthony's altar; repairs on, at Reformation; treasure taken from, XV. 32; St. Mary's altar, 35; St. Gregory's altar; St. James' altar, 36; altar vessels, App. 15; XVI. 65, 68, 71, 73, 103, 144, 153; James VI. at, 29; royal pew, 39, 59; division of East Kirk, 47; structural alterations, 59 ; Glencairn, High Chancellor, buried in, 69-70; service for Charles I., 74; peal of bells, 110; XVII. 11, 79; alterations made in 1829, 88; candlemakers to support altar in, 94-5; chapel of the Holy Rood, App. 15; XVIII. 86, 88, 90; ‘restoration’ (1829), 91, 96 ; Trinity altar in aisle of St. Katherine the Virgin, 152 n. ; Club visits (1930), App. 32; XIX. 159; chartulary of, 93 ; XX. App. 7, 11, 13, 14, 18, 32. See also East Kirk, New Kirk, Old Kirk and Grange of St. Giles.

St. Giles' Churchyard, XI. 12, 129, 131, 132; XII. 65, 76, 131; XIV. 78; XVI. 102.

St. Giles' Day, procession on, III. 62.

St. Giles' Grange. See Grange of St. Giles.

St. Giles St., XII. 21.

St. Gregory, altar of. See St. Giles' Church.

St. James, altar of. See St. Giles' Church.

St. James's Episcopal Chapel, Leith, XX. 66.

St. James's Square, at the back of, II. 167-75; III. 126 ; XVII. 162, 170, 174.

St. John, Knights of, XIV. 63.

St. John the Baptist, chapel of, X. 72, 73-4, 75, 115, 116, 121, 143, 144, 152; founded by Sir John Craufurd, 97 ; site and description of, 98, 101-2, 114; duties of chaplain, 100; hermit to reside at, 101-2 ; handed over to nuns of St. Catherine of Siena, 103; 110; Pope Leo X. approves of, 111 ; XVIII. 151-2 and n.

St. John the Baptist Church, Corstorphine, III. 180.

St. John Street, I. 16, 18; aristocratic houses in, 15; Richard Cooper resides in, II. 12 n.; XI. 13, 79; XII. 116, 118 ; XIV. 173 ; demolitions in, XVII. App. 30.

St. John's Chapel, St. Giles', I. 45; in Canongate, XIX. 220.

St. John's Church, Leith, XX. 64.

St. John's Close, I. 16; XI. 13; XII. 116; carved stones in, XVII. 26-7.

St. John's Cross, I. 16; XI. 8, 12, 13; XII. 116; XIII. 115, 119; XVI. 18.

St. John's Hill, I. 16 12.; XI. 13; XII. 116.

St. John's Land, III. 92.

St. John's Lodge, Canongate, XIX. 230.

St. Katherine the Virgin, aisle of. See St. Giles' Church.

St. Laurence, church in honour of, V. 14, 15.

St. Laurence House, Haddington, X. 122; lands of, 134, 141.

St. Leonards, lands of, X. 5, 55 ; added to King's Park, XVIII. 184; XX. 49; chapel of, III. 103; hospital of, XV. 135.

St. Leonard's Gate, XVIII. 41, 102, 103.

St. Leonard's Hill, XV. 65 ; XVIII. 204.

St. Leonard's Mineral Well, Powderhall, XIX. 177.

St. Luke, Edinburgh school of, II. 11, 12 ; IX. 82, 84.

St. Margaret's Chapel, date of foundation, V. 2; unique position, 2; association with Queen Margaret, 24; alterations made by David 1., 25; restored by command of Queen Victoria, 25, 65; description, 26-31 ; plan, 27 ; King Robert the Bruce orders its repair, 40 ; earliest identification by name, 41 ; chaplains of, 43-6, 56; ‘graith’ of, 48; Queen Regent's cofffin placed in, 55; gunpowder stored in, 64; Sir Daniel Wilson and, 65; memorial windows, 65; VI. 2; stained glass windows renewed, VIII. App. 10-11; XI. 13 ; XVII. 7, 8.

St. Margaret's Convent, V. 61 ; X. 31-5, 52-4, 189.

St. Margaret's Festival, V. 61.

St. Margaret's Hope, V. 5.

‘St. Margaret's licht’ (St. Giles'), V. 49.

St. Margaret's Sark, V. 46.

St. Margaret's Well (Castle), V. 62, 63 ; XIV. 103-5, 120.

St. Margaret's Well, Restahig, V. 47.

‘St. Margaret's yett,’ V. 28, 31, 62.

St. Mary-in-the-Fields, XI. 7, 10, 13 ; XIV. 113; Wynd of, XII. 144.

St. Mary of Placentia, II. 78-9 ; nunnery of, III. 78a; XI. 12, 13; XII. 88.

St. Mary, altar of. See St. Giles' Church.

St. Mary Street, lintel inscription in, XIV. 51.

‘St. Mary's below the Castle Wall,’ XIV. 114-15.

St. Mary's Chapel, Niddry's Wynd, VIII. 182, 183, 187 ; Methodist preachers expelled from, 185; XI. 13; XII. 78, 134; XIII. 126 n.; XV. 101, 154, 155; XIX. 195, 196, 198-200, 223, 232, 236; weekly concerts in, 192 ; its associations, 193-4; United Incorporations of, 87, 193, 224; Handel's music first heard in Scotland in, 194; in Bell's Wynd, XV. 101 ; in Portsburgh, XI. 13; XVIII. 163.

St. Mary's Port (Cowgate), II. 72.

St. Mary's Wynd, II. 1, 11, 71, 203 ; prison-house in, IV. 93 ; V. 86 ; X. 61, 80; hospital in, XII. 88, 108, 109, 111, 112, 154; XIII. 115; XIV. 122, 129, 130, 134, 135; numerous inns in, 124; St. Mary's Chapel in, 129 ; hospital in, XV. 40 ; 183 ; carved stones in, XVII. 23-4; candlemaking in, 99; XVIII, 109.

St. Michael's Well, III. 78a, 88; XII. 151; XIII. 130.

St. Modwenna, III. 11.

St. Monan, Market Cross probably dedicated to, XX. App. 11.

St. Monan's Wynd, XII. 67, 132; XX. App. 12, 13; in Cowgate, XII. 132.

St. Nicholas, on Aberdeen seal, III. 5.

St. Nicholas, altar of. See St. Giles' Church.

St. Nicholas Church, XIX. 187.

St. Nicholas' Wynd, XIX. 146, 182-4.

St. Ninian's ‘aiker,’ XVIII. 42.

St. Ninian's Chapel, XVIII. 41, 103 ; XIX. 92-4.

St. Ninian's Close, XII. 67.

St. Ninian's Row, XIII. 86; XVII. 75, 80; XVIII. 42, 75, 102, 103, 106, 142, 149; XIX. 10, 97, 101, 102, 104, 109, 110; not part of Calton, 95, 105.

St. Ninian's Wynd, XIX. 183.

St. Patrick's Church described, I. 18-19; IX. 109.

St. Paul's Chapel, Carrubber's Close, VIII. 170; XIX. 169, 176.

St. Paul's Work, XV. 40 ; founding of hospital by Thomas Spence, bp. of Aberdeen, XVII. 49 ; references in protocol books, 49-50; town council as patrons, 51; applicants for bedemenship, 51-3 ; annual rents of hospital; collector having fled to Castle, bedemen petition for payment of their dues, 53 ; revision of rules, 54; proposed leper house; decay of hospital; stones to be used for repairing Trinity College Church, 55, 59-62, 67 ; correction house, 59-60, 67-70, 75; appointment of keepers, 68-70 ; Women transported to America, 70; workhouse sold by auction; properties owned by, 75; 170 n., App. 16 ; XVIII. 36, 40, 41.

St. Peter's Close, XII. 143.

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, XX. App. 35.

St. P—'s Day, III. 140.

St. Ringans Row, XV. 171 ; XVIII. 42.

St. Roch. See St. Roque.

‘St. Roche's aikers,’ X. 177.

St. Rollock's Chapel, X. 49.

St. Roque, ‘patron of pestilences,’ X. 168; chapel in honour of, at Stirling, 172 ; legendary story of, 168-71.

St. Roque's Chapel, III. 202, 206 n. ; X. 74, 97 ; erected for victims of plague, 158, 167, 173, 178, 182, 183, 185; James IV.'s gift to, 173-4; earliest reference to, 174; chaplain of, 175; repairs on, 176; Reformation and, 177 ; lands of, 177; demolished, 181; 221, 222, 224, 234-6; repair of, XV. 32; XVIII. App. 26.

St. Well, X. 176.

St. Salvator, altar of, St. Giles', IV. 66.

St. Thomas Aquinas, III. 37 and n.

St Thomas' Chapel, XII. 107.

St Thomas' Hospital, VII. c.; XI. 10, 13; 107; XV. 135; XVII. 46-7 ; XX. 107.

St. Triduana. See Triduana.

St. Vigeans, Hon. Lord, his address at annual meeting of Club, XIX. App. 7 ; lectures on ‘Some Characters and Characteristics of Old Edinburgh,’ XX. App 23-4; on publications of Club, 41-5.

Salamander Land, XI. 13.

Salisbury, James, clerk of works, Register House, XVII. 160, 161, 164, 171.

Salisbury Crags, VII. lvii; X, 3; ‘romantic walk ’ at base of, XII. 237; XV. 65, 66 ; making of Radical Road, XVIII. 182; legal action taken to preserve Crags, 183, 185; King's Park enclosed and extended by James V.; town council's right to use stones for building operations, 184; Keeper of Royal Park, 185; Keeper claims privilege of quarrying within Park, 186 ; town council bargain for ‘wining of calsey stones ’ out of Park, 187 ; town treasurer instructed to pay £40 Scots to Keeper of Park in return for 2500 calsey stones; quarrying operations in 1697, 188; town council (in 1717) offers tenant yearly rent for calsey stones, 189; part of Park let to George Knox in 1748, including right to quarry, 189-90; rival quarry-masters, 190-1; London streets paved from, 192-4; Lord Haddington reserves for himself working of quarries, 192; stones used for Regent Road and Waterloo Place, 193 ; town council get nine years' lease of portion of, 193-4; estimate of quarrying operations, 195-6 ; Lord Haddington's claim to work quarries disputed in Court, 196; decision, 197 ; final judgment of House of Lords, 198-9; public feeling anent quarrying in King's Park, 200-5; action taken by C. Kirkpatrick Sharpe and Lady Gwydyr, 205-7; defence of Lord Haddington by James Hope, W.S., 207; interdict granted, 209; Holyrood Park under control of Office of Works, 210; XIX. 108.

Sallarman, Patrick, III. 78a.

Salmond, Robbie, II. 205, 206.

Salt Tron, V. 75 ; well at, X. 256; XIII. XII. 112.

Saltcoats, laird of, VI. 101.

Saltoun, Harie, VIII. 145.

Salutation Close, XII. 49.

Salutation Inn, XII. 49.

Samell, John, feltmaker, V. 126.

Sampson, John, candlemaker, XVII. 110.

Samson, Handel's, XIX. 198, 204, 205, 216, 238.

Sanctuary, XV. 55-8; Cunzie House as, XVI. 112 ; Holyrood, 101 ; Sir George Dmmmond takes refuge in, 144 ; carved lintel at courthouse, XVII. 33. See also Holyrood.

Sandby, Paul, V. 79, 83, 92 ; IX. 84; XV. 146; his etchings of Old Town, XVIII. App. 9.

Sandeman's Close, XII. 46.

Sanderson, Hans, owner of Flying Ghost, IX. 62. See Saunderson.

Sanderson, Kenneth, W.S., lectures on William Cowan's views and plans of Edinburgh, XVIII. App. 8-10; and on ‘Portraits in Mezzotint, after Scottish Artists,’ XIX. App. 11.

Sanderson, Thomas, collector of subscriptions for Musical Society, XIX. 239.

Sandilands, Agnes, sister of St. Catherine's Convent, X. 120, 130, 132.

Sandilands, Captain Alexander, XII. 46.

Sandilands, Deborah, VIII. 122.

Sandilands, Sir James, of Calder, X. 120, 131, 132; XIX. 150, 152, 156, 157.

Sandilands, James, tailor, VIII. 122.

Sandilands, John, fourth Lord Torphichen, XIII. 123 n., 138 n.

Sandilands, John, of Calder, XIX. 150.

Sandilands, (Sandelandis), John (1570), V. 70.

Sandilands, John, warded, VI. 131.

Sandilands, Mark, XII. 46; XV. 183.

Sandilands, Matthew, XII. 46.

Sandilands, Robert, bailie, IV. 116, 118; V. 101, 103, 131, 133; XII. 46; XIII. 116; XVI. 45.

Sandilands, Robert, minister, XII. 46.

Sandilands, Thomas, obtains tack of Gallowsgreen, I. 34 ; X. 95, 96.

Sandilands' Close, XII. 46 ; carved stones in, XV. 120-1.

Sandilands' Land, XIV. 166.

Sands, Katherine, VI. 130.

Sands, W. H., Gowks Club, III. 172.

Sandwich Place, XII. 229.

Sanquhar declaration, VIII. 107.

Sark Wall, III. 210, 211.

Sarre, —, a mountebank, erects stage, XVI. 167.

Sauchy, Alexander, XV. 22.

Saughton, II. 20; III. 189, 194; bridge at, 190; farm at, 191; XIV. 108n.; carved stones at, XVII. 22.

Saughton, House, I. 78; III. 194-5; Wesley at, VIII. 190.

Saughton, Mills, III. 193; Stenhope family and, 194.

Saughtonhall, I. 78, 105; III. 184, 190, 192; sculptured stones at, 191-2; IV. 146, 150 ; XX. 45, 56; bridge at, 46.

Saunders, Dr., III. 167.

Saunderson, Hugh, Methodist preacher, VIII. 169, 196. See Sanderson.

‘Saut Maggie,’ II. 204-5.

Savage, Ernest A., lectures on books and pamphlets in Cowan Collection, XVIII. App. 10-14.

Sawar, Andro, in Restalrig, XVIII. 41.

Sawer's Close, XII. 133.

Sawers, Charles, farmer, XV. 186.

Sawers, James, bookseller, IX. 97.

Sawers, John, painter, VIII. 30; XIII. 54, 64, 65.

Scad, George, soldier, IX. 138.

Scarlett, John, warded, VI. 157.

Scarth, Pillans, clerk to Magistrates and Masters of Leith, XX. 63, 69, 72, 73, 75, 76.

Scarvating, Orkney, II. 102.

Sceales, Adolphus, XIX. 173.

Sceales, Andrew, XIX. 173.

Schang, David, XX. 102.

Schang, Patrick, XVI. 6.

Scheirsmyth, William, X. 73.

Schetky, John C., XII. 151 ; puts up at Red Lyon Inn, XIV. 135 ; attends concert in St. Cecilia's Hall, 136 n. ; XIX. 211 n., 221, 238, 242 ; services to music in Edinburgh, 219-21 ; Violoncello player to Musical Society, 219 ; social accomplishments ; friend of Burns; a founder of Boar Club ; president of Edinburgh Musical Fund, 220 ; his son Marine Painter in Ordinary to George IV., William IV. and Victoria, 221 ; Musical Society and, 233.

Scheves, Thomas, XIV. 37, 43.

Scheves, William, XIV. 37, 43.

School Chieff Wynd, XII. 144.

School House Wynd, XII. 144.

Schoolmasters, and the Visitation of the College of Edinburgh, VIII. 79-80; imprisoned for teaching Latin without bishop's licence, XVI. 107.

Schools kept without bishop's licence, VIII. 108; keeping disorderly, XI. 73.

Sciennes, Lady. See Sheens.

Sciennes, I. 94, 95; X. 27, 75, 107, 110, 114, 115, 125; origin of name, 117 and n.; lands of, 160, 163, 164, 213, 243, 246, 254; sisters of the, XI. 130; XII. 211 ; soldiers raise fire at, XVI. 23.

Sciennes, House, X. 164, 165.

Sciennes, Hill House (or Sciennes Hall), X. 101, and n. ; XX. App. 33.

Sciennes, Well, X. 145.

‘Sclait House,’ XII. 155 ; XIX. 95, 96.

Sclater, Andrew bailie, X. 186, 187; XV. 14. See Slater.

Sclater, Robert, deacon of Hammermen, XVII. 88.

Sclater, Thomas, prior of Friar Preachers, III. 92.

Scone, coronation stone of, V. 22, 23.

Scoon, John, mealmaker in Gorgie, X. 201, 202.

Scoone, Marion, V. 139.

Scot, Captain, King's life-guard, XVI. 157. See Scott.

Scot, Francis (1687), XVI. 155.

Scot, James, of Bristo, VIII. 115; XVI. 133.

Scot, James, warded, VIII. 123, 124.

Scot, Sir John, of Scotstarvit, XI. 151.

Scot, John, in Ettrick Forest, II. 97.

Scot, John, in Uddingston, VIII. 103, 133.

Scot, John, seeks sanctuary in Holyrood, XV. 61.

Scot, John, quaker, XVI. 92.

Scot, John, chirurgeon, XVI. 182.

Scot, Patrick, engraver, IX. 81.

Scot, Robert, minister, XVI. 126.

Scot, Thomas, merchant, VIII. 133.

Scot, William, baron officer, Calton, XVIII. 66.

Scotia, term derived from Ireland, V. 3.

Scotia Depicta, Fittler's, I. 143.

Scots Almanack, IX. 209, 224.

Scots Church, Rotterdam, IV. 28 ; at Campvere, XIV. 141 n.

Scots College, Douay, V. 60.

Scots Courant, XX. 35.

Scots Greys regiment, IV. 53.

Scots Parliament, end of, III. 224-7.

Scots settlement in Holland, XIV. 141 n.

Scotsman, IV. 36 ; office in Old Post Office Close, XI. 13; XIV. 98.

Scotstarvit, laird of, X. 45. See Scot,

Scott, Andrew, warded, XII. 166.

Scott, Barbara, XII. 148.

Scott, Bethia, III. 246, 247.

Scott, Charles, of Bavelaw, XI. 135; X1], 140, 141.

Scott, Christian, wife of Sir A. Brand, XX, 36.

Scott, Christian, wife of William Ker of Chatto, XI. 52; XII. 184.

Scott, David, R.S.A., IX. 92, 107, 109, 111 ; XV. 101.

Scott, David, Rutherglen, IX. 128; XII, 159, 161, 184.

Scott, General, of Balcomie, III. 126; builds Bellevue House, IV. 47.

Scott, George, of Pitlochy, VI. 124; XII. 174,

Scott, George (1583), XV. 31.

Scott, Henry, tailor, Canongate, XIV. 36, 42.

Scott, Hugh, of Galashiels, IX. 154, 175.

Scott, James, of Bowhill, XI. 47.

Scott, James, captain Town Guard, XI. 52.

Scott, James, owner of land in Leith Wynd, XII. 50.

Scott, James, portioner of Bristo, XIV. 140.

Scott, James, warded, XI. 33.

Scott, Lord and Lady John, XX. App. 26-7.

Scott, Sir John, of Ancrum, I. 108; III. 141.

Scott, Sir John (1568), XV. 35.

Scott, Sir John (1635), XIII. 113.

Scott, John, of Gala, member of Wig Club, III. 139.

Scott, John, merchant. I. 36, 38.

Scott, John, owner of land in High St., XII. 50.

Scott, John, wright, XII. 148 ; XIII. 53, 54

Scott, John, member of Burlaw Court, XV. 176, 186.

Scott, John, accused of witchcraft, VI. 109.

Scott, John, covenanter, VI. 136; XI. 61, 66; XII. 202.

Scott, John, Jedburgh, V. 130.

Scott, John, fasting man, XVI. 3.

Scott, Jonet, XII. 50.

Scott, Jonet, warded, XII. 184.

Scott, Lady, (the second) of Abbotsford, XII. App. 20. X

Scott, Laurence, advocate, XII. 50 ; XIII. 103.

Scott, L., bookseller, II. 182.

Scott, Marion (c. 1550), III. 82.

Scott, Marion, XII. 148.

Scott, Mrs., of Gala, XIX. 52, 90.

Scott, Sir Patrick (1685), XI. 39.

Scott, Richard, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71.

Scott, Richard, Webster, XIII. 132.

Scott, Robert, engraver, IX. 92-3, 97, 107, 111 ; pupils of, 99-100; XII. 235-7.

Scott, Robert, writer, XII. 156.

Scott, Robert, of Hassendean, VI. 138.

Scott, Robert, warded, VIII. 106, 109 ; XII. 183.

Scott, Thomas, of Petgormo, Lord of Session, XI. 120.

Scott, Thomas, minister in South Leith, IV. 183.

Scott, Thomas, litster, XII. 50.

Scott, Thomas, brewer, XII. 140.

Scott, Sir Walter, of Abbotsford, I. 79, 80, 111, 125-6; birthplace, 19; II. 29, 38, 51, 147, 180, 182; and John Chiesley, 146; III. 105, 116, 119, 122-3, 135, 171, 221, 236, 239 ; member of Friday Club, 113; IV. 22, 23, 70, 75; and the Leith Tolbooth, 92; V. 85; IX. 100; Wilkie's picture of, and his family, 105 ; 106, 226; and Sedan chair, 227; X. 36; and Bore Stone, 80; meeting of Burns and, 101 n. ; 176, 250 ; birthplace, XI. 13 ; worships in St. George's Chapel, XII. App. 11 ; dines at Moray House, 23; XIII. App. 15; XIV. 22, 82, 172 ; contemplates residence in sanctuary of Holyrood, XV. 96-7; 142, 166; XVII. 2; XVIII. 7 ; and Salisbury Crags, 182 ; and Burke and Hare, App. 13 ; XIX. 214; on ‘George's Square Assembly Rooms,’ 84; XX. 139, 157, App. 16, 19, 23 ; elder in Duddingston Church, 29.

Scott, Sir Walter, of Branxholm, X. 37.

Scott, Sir Walter, of Buccleuch, X. 45.

Scott, Walter, of Miltoun, VI. 138.

Scott, Walter, of Satchell, IV. 130.

Scott, Walter, W.S., father of author of Waverley, IX. 217; XII. App. 18-19; XV. App. 19; deaths of his children, XVII. 2; XX. 115.

Scott, Walter, bailie in Leith, XV. 183, 187.

Scott, Walter (1523), IX. 41 n.

Scott, Walter (1710), XII. 84, 85.

Scott, Walter, glazier, IX. 170.

Scott, Walter, his tavern in Geddes Close, III. 158.

Scott, Watt (1520), IX. 31.

Scott, Sir William, of Balweary, IX. 31 ; XI. 120.

Scott, Sir William, of Harden, VIII. 140, 141 ; IX. 117, 136, 137; XI. 36, 39, 42, 47, 52-5; XII. 193. See Harden, laird of.

Scott, William, of Langhope, IX. 176; XI. 23.

Scott, William, clerk to Scots Parliament, XIII. 71.

Scott, William, physician, XIII. 58, 125 and n., 131, 144.

Scott, William, skinner, VI. 77-9, 81-3, 85-9.

Scott, William, Prof. of Philosophy, XIV. 140.

Scott, William, notary and poet, XVI. 26.

Scott, William, covenanter, V. 128.

Scott, William Bell, engraver, IX. 92.

Scott, William Lamont, XVII. 111.

Scott, William, bailie of Leith (1827), XX. 63, 65.

Scott Monument, XVIII. 96.

Scottish trade in Netherlands, IX. 50-6.

Scottish Union Insurance Co., Candlemakers take shares in, XVII. 117.

Scott's Close, High St., XII. 156 ; in Canongate, 50 ; in Cowgate, I. 21 ; XI. 135, 145, 150-3, 169; XII. 140; XIII. 133, 138.

Scott's riding school, XIV. App. 10.

Scott's Strangers' Guide to Edinburgh, XII. 231.

Scougal, James (Lord Whitehill), III. 184.

Scougal, John, painter, XIV. 90.

Scougal, (Skuigall), William, skinner, VI. 64.

Scougall, Alexander, writer, XIII. 104.

Scougall, Sir John, III. 93.

Scougall, John, writer, XIII. 136.

Scoulbar (Scoullar), Margaret, XI. 33.

Scrope, Lord, III. 47.

Sculler, John, warded, V. 144.

Sculptured Stones of Edinburgh, Dean group, I. 77-135, West-End and Dalry groups, II. 121-47 ; city's extension westward, 121-2 ; Portsburgh, 122-5 ; Lawsons of High Riggs, 125-7; Semple and Morrison Streets, 127, 128 ; Charity Workhouse (St. Cuthbert's Lane) inscription, 128; inscriptions pertaining to West Kirk, 129-31; Persian inscription, 132; Drumsheugh, 132, 133; Byres of Coates, 133-43; Chiesley of Dalry, 144-7; Miscellaneous, III. 179-206; Forresters of Corstorphine, 179- 183; Long-Hermiston, 183; Russells of Rosebum, 184-9; Gorgie House, 190; Bairds of Saughtonhall, 191-2; Riccarton, 193; Saughton House, 194-5; Stenhopemills, 195-6; at Chamberlain Road, 199-200; at Bruntstfield House, 201 ; at Grange Loan, 202-6; Wrychtls-Housis, IV. 55-73; Napier monument, 58, 59; heraldic impediments at Gillespie's School, 56, 60, 61; panel, 62-3 ; sundial, heraldic pediments, and other stones at Woodhouselee, 63-7, 69-71 ; at St. Margaret's, North Queensferry, 67-9; Comiston panel, 71; heraldic pediment at Dalry cemetery, 72-3 ; ‘Royal Mile,’ XIV. 49-100 ; historical value, 49 ; ‘lost stones,’ 50, 53 ; carvings over doorways, 50; early lintel inscriptions, 51; XV. 99-134; XVII. 22-48. See also Heraldic devices.

Sea Wynd, XIX. 185.

Seafield, Lord Chancellor, resides at Moray House, XII. App. 22 ; XX. 49.

Seaforth, Lady, II. 51.

Seaton's Close, XII. 93 ; carved lintel in, XVII. 36.

‘Seatoun's Luging,’ I. 13.

Seceders, meeting-house of, Bristo Street, II. 13; Wesley and, VIII. 169, 173-4.

‘Second Covenant,’ XI. 158.

Secretary of Club (Lewis A. MacRitchie) entertained, XVI. App. 28-9.

Sedan chairs, introduction into England, IX. 178 ; origin of name, 179-81 ; construction, 181-3 ; dress of chairmen, 183 ; used in Edinburgh in 1661, 184; in other Scottish towns, 185; hiring charges, 186, 188-90, 195 ; town council regulations, 194-5 ; society formed, 196; rules, 196-7; grievances of the men, 197-8; two members of Society convey dead body through streets, 198-200; offenders banished and chair burnt, 201 ; chairman takes Jacobite side in theatre brawl, 202 ; ordered to carry lights, 203 ; complaints by shopkeepers, 203; list of chairmasters and men in 1752, 204; badges, 204-5; lights to be fixed on chairs, 205; Society petition for revision of regulations, 206-7 ; 188 chairs in 1779, 212; fares again revised, 209. 211, 213; petition against Society of Porters, 213-14; factor in social life, 215-17, 226-7 ; chairs to convey patients to Infirmary, 218; chair in Lord Milton's house, 220; chairs for Lord High Commissioner, 220-1; hardships of chairmen, 222-3 ; revision of regulations, 224-5, 229-31; table of fares, 224-5; stances in 1814, 225; chairmasters and George IV.'s visit, 228; a decreasing list, 228-9; stance at Canonmills Bridge, 231 ; end of trafiic, 233-4; XVI. 162.

Seditious literature, VI. 154.

Segait, Alexander (1573), I. 89.

‘Seikmansacre,’ XVII. 65; XIX. 93.

Selby, Robert, plumber, XIX. 226.

Selby, William (1573), XVI. 14.

Selby, family, owners of Bonnyhaugh, XIX. 169.

Select Society, III. 146.

Selkirk, John, third Earl of, III. 114 ; family mansion in So. Gray's Close, XI. 14; XIX. 34.

Selkirk, Countess of, XX. 126.

Selkirk, David (1632), XIII. 40.

Selkirk, (Selkrig), James, tobacco-cutter, IX. 157 ; XVI. 131.

Selkirk, (Selkrig), Marion, II. 158.

Selkirk, Robert, warded, IX. 154.

Selkirk and Peebles Inn, XIV. 146.

Sellar, A. C., Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Sellar's Close, II. 154 ; XII. 21 ; XIV. 87.

Sellars, Patrick, tavern-keeper, XII. 21.

Selway's A Midlothian Village, III. 183.

Selyman, William (1526), III. 96.

Semingtoun, Sergt., IX. 140.

Sempill, Lord, his mansion on Castlehill, I. 3. See Semple.

Sempill, Francis, of Beltrees, XVIII. 3.

Sempill, Grissel, Lady, XII. 8.

Sempill, Hew, eleventh Lord, XII. 8.

Sempill, Hew, twelfth Lord, XIV. 59.

Sempill, Jean, warded, XII. 184.

Sempill, John, Lord, XII. 8; XIV. 59.

Sempill, Lady, III. 95.

Sempill Ballates, IV. 93.

Sempill House, XI. 14.

Sempill's Close, carved stones at, XIV. 59 ; XIX. 80.

Sample, Andro, of Revelrige, VIII. 112. See Sempill.

Sample, James, of Cathcart, XI. 34.

Sample, James, maltman, VIII. 105.

Sample, Jean, XII. 167.

Sample, John, hanged, IX. 165.

Sample, John, brewer, XX. 60.

Sample, Robert, brewer, XIV. 108 n. ; XX. 60.

Sample, Street, carved stone in, II. 127 ; XX. 27, 56, 60.

Semple's Close, XII. 8.

Semple's Court, XX. 60.

Sergeand, William, saddler, XIX. 21.

Sergeantry lands, X. 18, 19, 25, 193, 239, 261-3.

Servants in Skinner craft, wages of, VI. 57 ; assault masters, 59.

Service Books, Holyrood Ordinale and other, VII. xxiii ; Scottish, xxv.

Session, Lords of, XVI. 43, 133, 143 ; oppose tax on ale, beer, and wine, 52 ; action by Town against, 101-103 ; Gunpowder Plot Day, 133; tumult in Outer House, 139; magistrates salute, 153 ; Popish pamphlet dedicated to, 153; declarator against Town, 156-7. See also College of Justice.

Seton, Sir Alexander, of Pitmedden, XII. 93. See Seaton, Seytoun.

Seton, Alexander, Lord Kilcreuch, XIII. 111.

Seton, Alexander, surgeon, XII. 93.

Seton, Anne, wife of Alexander, Viscount Fenton, XVIII. 28.

Seton, George, Lord (1473), III. 89.

Seton, George, fifth Lord, provost of Edinburgh, III. 65 ; XVI. 26.

Seton, George, Lord (1633), XVIII. 15.

Seton, George, third Earl of, X. 114, 115.

Seton, George, antiquary, VIII. 58, 67, 68.

Seton, Isobel, daughter of Robert, first Earl of Winton, X. 45.

Seton, Isobel, of Parbroath, III. 197.

Seton, James, XII. 93.

Seton, Lady Jane Hepburn, wife of third Earl of, X. 114, 117, 130.

Seton, Sir John, XIII. 129, 141.

Seton, (Seytoun), John, skinner, VI. 101.

Seton, Katherine, daughter of second Lord Seton, X. 115, 127, 130.

Seton, Robert, notary public, XIII. 86.

Seton, Sir Walter, collector of Customs, XVI. 71.

Seton, of Cariston, XVI. 120.

Seton's Close, I. 11 ; XII. 93.

Seton's Middle Close, XII. 93, 94.

Setons of Touch, II. 52.

‘Sett of the Burgh,’ VI. 29; XVII. 92, 118.

Sextus IV., pope, III. 41-2.

Seymour, Lord Webb, III. 114.

Seytoun, Lady, III. 110. See Seaton, Seton.

Seytoun, Ninian, of Tullibody, III. 62, 100.

Seytoun, Walter, of Tullibody, III. 100.

Seytoun, William, baker, XIV. 37, 43.

Shadwell's Miser, XI. 165 and n.

Shairp, Christiana, wife of James Atcherley, proprietrix of Gardeners' Hall, XX. 59. See Sharp.

Shairp, John (1577), XV. 45.

Shairp, Principal J. C., XII. App. 10.

Shakespeare Square, II. 187, 194 ; III. 110, 125, 167 ; XIV. App. 10; XV. 127, 136 ; XVII. 174 ; XVIII. App. 9 ; XIX. 84 n., 94, 110, 133.

Shakespearean plays in Tailors' Hall, XI. 162-70.

Shand, A. B., Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Shand, C. F., Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Shanks, Katherine, VI. 97.

Sharp, James, archbishop, II. 87 ; murder of, 96, 97, 99, 101 ; VI. 122, 137-9 ; VIII. 152, 153; XII. 40; XIII. App. 9 ; XVI. 73 ; XVIII. 11 ; XIX. 159. See Shairp.

Sharp, James, quarrier, XIII. 40.

Sharp, John, postmaster, Canongate, XIV. 138.

Sharp, (Sharpe), John, XII. 118 ; XIII. 117, 139, 140; Canongate Hammermen buy property of, XX. 79.

Sharp, Sir William, of Scotscraig, XVIII. 25.

Sharp, Sir William, of Stoneyhill, II. 113, 114 ; VI. 143; XII. 204.

Sharp, William, of Ballendoch, XIV. 3.

Sharp, William, master of the Mint, XVI. 161.

Sharpe, C. Kirkpatrick, I. 100; II. 146; his etching of Wrychtis-housis, IV. 57, 80 ; and Leith Tolbooth, 92 ; publishes tract anent conversion of Jean Livingstone, 105; etchings of, IX. 104, 217 ; his collection of Old Town carvings, XIV. 52, 60, 61, 62, 68, App. 12 ; supplies material for Wilson's Memorials XVII. 5-6, 10; his sketch of ‘Ballad Hawker at the Cross,’ 14 ; takes action for preservation of Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 205-7, App. 13.

Sharpe, William, (1669), V. 150.

Shaw, Alexander, writer, sells his lands in Lauriston, XVIII. 158-9.

Shaw, Anthony, minister, IX. 116, 118.

Shaw, Claud, engineer, XII. 239.

Shaw, George Baird, engraver, IX. 103.

Shaw, Gideon, of Lauriston, discovery of skulls on his land, XVIII. 156-7 and n. ; his building operations, 158-9, 161.

Shaw, Henry, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Shaw, Henry, covenanter, VI. 137.

Shaw, Sir John, of Greenock, VIH. 156.

Shaw, John, macer, VI. 125, 131, 132; VIII. 102, 143.

Shaw, John, minister, XVIII. 157.

Shaw, John (1760), XX. 55.

Shaw, John Stewart, Poker Club, III. 152.

Shaw, Patrick, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 175, 177.

Shaw, Patrick, minister, XVIII. 157.

Shaw, Patrick (1672), VI. 116.

Shaw, Robert, warded, VI. 116, 125.

Shaw, William, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Shaw, William, merchant, XII. 141.

Shaw's Close, XII. 57, 58.

Shaw's Land, XII. 54, 55.

Shear-smiths' armorial shield, VIII. 62.

Sheathmakers, XIX. 2, 27.

Shed, Alexander, maltster, I. 113-15.

Shedd, Thomas, XV. 176, 186, 198.

Sheel's Close, XII. 10, 55.

Sheens, Elizabeth Hamilton or Johnston, Lady, X. 151, 165.

Sheens Walls, X. 117, 147, 148, 150, 151, 163; litigation anent, 152-3. See also Sciennes.

Sheilds, Alexander, covenanter, warded, XI. 40, 49; sent to the Bass, XII. 172; escapes from Tolbooth, XVI. 152. See Sheill, Sheills, Shields, Shiels.

Sheilds, James (1666), warded, V. 131.

Sheill (Scheill), Thomas, XII. 10. See Sheilds, Sheills, Shields, Shiels.

Sheill William, merchant, XII. 10, 55.

Sheills, Alexander, Burlaw bailie, XV. 176, 184, 197, 205.

Sheills, James (1683), apothecary, VIII. 155.

Sheills, Thomas, farmer, XV. 184, 197 ; XIX. 129.

Sheills, William, baxter, XV. 185, 187, 194.

Shelley, Elizabeth, sister of poet, XI. 75.

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, opposed to institution of marriage, XI. 75 ; proceeds to Edinburgh burgh with Harriet Westbrook, 76 ; couple reside at 60 George St., 77-8; a fraudulent marriage, 80 ; uncertainty as to validity of ceremony, 81 ; in York, 82; second residence in Edinburgh, 82-5 ; returns to London, 85 and n.

Shannon Close, XII. 156.

Shepherd, Robert, goldsmith, XIX. 15, 16.

Shepherd, T. H., his Modern Athens, V. 84.

Sheriff, David, brewer, XVIII. 123. See Shirreff.

Sheriffbrae, XIX. 149, 152, 156, 157, 165-7 ; XX. App. 9.

Sherwin, William, engraver, IX. 79.

Shewalton, Lord (Patrick Boyle), XX. 51.

Shield, George (1665), V. 128. See Sheill.

Shields, Alexander, farmer in Broughton, II. 170. See Sheilds, Sheills.

Shields, (Shiels), Archibald, merchant, XII. 71.

Ship Close, XII. 35.

Ship Inn, Leith, XX. App. 9.

Ship Tavern, XIX. 135.

Ship Tavern Close, XII. 35.

Shipping and the Staple, 1515-31, by R. K. Hannay, IX. 49-77.

Shirreff, David, tenant of cordiners, XVIII. 123. See Sheriff.

Shoemakers of Edinburgh, VI. 46 n. ; scale of taxation of, 27 ; contributions of, to ministers' stipends, 34 ; lands and hall, XI. 14, 15 ; complaint by tanners, XVI. 109 ; candlemakers' dispute with, XVII. 98 ; disputes with Canongate craft, XVIII. 112-14; 116-17, 119, 120.

Shoemakers of Calton versus shoemakers of Edinburgh, XVIII. 74-7.

Shoemakers of Canongate, XII. 97; XIV. 27, 29, 34 ; XVIII. 41 ; XX. 99.

Shoemakers. See also Cordiners and Souters.

Shoemaker's Close, I. ll; XII. 97, 99; XVIII. 141, 148.

Shoemakers' lands, I. 11; H. 125; XII. 97 ; carved stones on, XVII. 37-8 ; XVIII. 101, 122, 134; early tenants of, 123; sale of, 139.

Short's Observatory, I. 3.

Sibbald, Co1., XVI. 34.

Sibbald, James, bookseller, III. 234.

Sibbald, James, deacon of the Hammermen, VIII. 26, 32.

Sibbald, John (1680), warded, VI. 152.

Sibbald, Sir Robert, and Sir Andrew Balfour acquire ground for rearing medicinal herbs, XV. 146; XVI. 146, 150; case anent burning of his house, 139; installed Prof. of Medicine, 141.

Sibbald, Sarah. See ‘Apple-Glory.’

Sibbald, (Sibbitt), William, hammerman, XIV. 36, 42.

Sibbald, William, pewterer, XX. 101.

Sibbald MSS., IH. 184.

Sickman's Acre, XVII. 65; XIX. 93.

Siddons, Cecilia, XX. App. 35.

Siddons, Mrs., and the General Assembly, VIII. 170-1 ; XII. App. 9, 10, 11.

Sievwright, Thomas, of Plewlands and Meggatland, XVIII. 172.

Sighthill, III. 199.

Signal Tower, Leith, XX. App. 9.

Signet, Writers to H.M., XII. 28; XV. 152; XVII. 155.

Signet, Library, II. 10; III. 235, 237; IV. 88.

Silk mercers, XVI. 158.

Silk weavers, complaint against Town, XVI. 119.

Silver, pittance, XX. 80; banquet, 89.

Silverfield, XIX. 154.

Silvermills, XV. 171, 186, 197 ; XVII. 79, 81.

Silverwell's Close, XII. 151.

Sim, John, shipbuilder, XV. 182. See Sym.

Sim House, XI. 14.

Sime, Rev. John, his drawings of Old Tolbooth, XIV. 16, 18, 20, 22; XVII. 11. See Syme.

Simpson, Agnes, widow of Walter Chepman, XVII. App. 15. See Simsone, Symsoun.

Simpson, Alexander, owner of High St. property, XII. 51.

Simpson, Alexander, maltman, XII. 164.

Simpson, Alexander, engineer, XVII. 136.

Simpson, Alexander, cordiner, XVIII. 119.

Simpson, Andrew, printer, XVIII. 59.

Simpson, Rev. Dr., Tron Church, XIV. 173.

Simpson, George, tailor in Leith, IV. 17 7.

Simpson, James, candlemaker, XVII. 133, 134.

Simpson, James, bookseller at the Cross, I. 50; original member of Wagering Club, II. 152.

Simpson, Rev. James, XVII. 135, 136.

Simpson, Sir James Y., IX. 219 ; XVII. App. 9.

Simpson, John, stationer, VIII. 155.

Simpson, John, warded, XI. 27 ; XII. 163, 167.

Simpson, John, merchant (1572), XVI. 6.

Simpson, John, his quarrying operations at Salisbury Crags, XVIII. 207-8; interdict granted, 209.

Simpson, William, feuar in Newington, X. 217, 219 n.

Simpson's Close, Cowgate, XII. 143.

Simpson's Court, Potterrow, carved stone in, XVII. 24.

Simsone, James, deacon of Canongate Baxters, XIV. 37, 43. See Simpson, Symsoun.

Simsone, John, hammerman, XX. 110.

Sinclair, Andrew, physician, XV. 145. See St. Clair.

Sinclair, Andrew, tenant of King's Park, his quarrying operations, XVIII. 190-2.

Sinclair, Alma, wife of Viscount Tarbat, VIII. App. 5.

Sinclair, Archibald, advocate, XIV. 46.

Sinclair, Catherine, of Longformacus, XIV. 172.

Sinclair, Elizabeth, from Caithness, first patient in Old Infirmary, XV. 144.

Sinclair, George, prof. of Nat. Phil., XV. App. 18.

Sinclair, G., bailie, VIII. 166; XVI. 152.

Sinclair, Henry, dean of Glasgow, XVII. 97.

Sinclair, Henry, brother of ‘late Laird of Gosfurde,’ XV. 63, 64.

Sinclair, Henry, XII. 91.

Sinclair, Sir James, of Mey, VIII. App. 5.

Sinclair, James, conventicler, VI. 141.

Sinclair, James, Unicorn pursuivant, XX. App. 16.

Sinclair, Janet, College Wynd, XVII. 144.

Sinclair, Sir John, of Ulbster, XII. 118 ; XVIII. 90, 92; on proposed city improvements, 97, 99, 173.

Sinclair, Sir John, of Harmistone, IV. 129.

Sinclair, John, town clerk, XIV. 148, 152 n., 157, 159, 167; XVII. 11.

Sinclair, John, son of Sir William, of Rosslyn, IV. 129.

Sinclair, John, dean of Restalrig, XIV. 78.

Sinclair, John (1680), warded, VI. 144 ; VIII. 146.

Sinclair, Isabella Ker, Lady, of Longformacus, XIX. 52 ; a directress of dancing Assembly, 90.

Sinclair, Margaret, second wife of Sir Henry Nisbet (d. 1713) of Dean, I. 116.

Sinclair, Margaret (1712), VIII. 48.

Sinclair, Matthew, physician, XII. 189.

Sinclair, Oliver, favourite of James v., X. 190.

Sinclair, Oliver, warded, XI. 48.

Sinclair, Sir Robert, of Stevenson, VIII. 156.

Sinclair, Sir William, of May, IV. 100.

Sinclair, Sir William, Lord Justice-General, X. 92.

Sinclair, Sir William, of Roslin, IV. 129; XII. 137.

Sinclair, William, baron bailie, XIH. 118 ; XVIII. App. 17.

Sinclair, William, shoots John Macmorran, V. 74; XII. 58; XIV. 66.

Sinclair, William (1680), VI. 144.

Sinclair's Close, XII. 49.

Sir James Stansfield's Close, XII. 88.

Sir James Stewart's Close, XII. 24, 66.

Sir John Cockle at Court, XI. 169.

Sir John Smith's Close, XII. 57, 58.

Sir William Todd's Close, XII. 63.

Siward, Earl of Northumbria, V. 3.

Skarthmure, Robene, III. 79.

Skathowie, James, XX. 101.

Skealdie, Archibald, blind preacher, XIII. 128 and n.

Skeine, James (1680), VI. 149. See Skene.

Skeletons unearthed at Glengyle Terrace, XVIII. 176.

Skelton, Sir John, his home at Hermitage of Braid, XI. App. 16.

Skene, Alexander, advocate, IV. 89. See Skeine.

Skene, Dame Catherine, XIV. 46.

Skene, Dr. Gilbert, IX. 22.

Skene, Sir James, of Curriehill, I. 95; house of, IV. 146, 148 ; V. 76, 77 ; XIII. 132; XIV. 73.

Skene, Sir John, of Curriehill, I. 95 ; V. 76, 77, 80; VI. 13.

Skene, Mrs. Pixie, or, XII. 112.

Skene, Sir Thomas, chaplain of the Holy Rood chapel, XV. 36.

Skene, Thomas, advocate, XI. 34.

Skene, William, schoolmaster, VIII. 127.

Skinner, Robert T., compiles list of famous personages whose graves are in St. Cuthbert's Churchyard, XI. App. 16. 19; in Calton burying grounds, XII. App. 28-39; notes on Hatton House, XIII. App. 9-11; on Holy. rood tombs and monuments, XVI, App. 15-26; conducts Club members over Donaldson's Hospital, II. App. 5; XVIII. App. 35.

Skinners, Incorporation of, VI. 11; earliest reference to craft in public records, 12 n. ; complaints against their trade tricks, 13 ; a religious fraternity, 16, 30; grievances laid before town council, 17-18; obtain power to regulate own aifairs, 18-20; seals of cause, 20; minute book, 20-1 ; powers, duties, etc., 22-34; complaint by furriers against, 23; attitude to Reformed Church, 33-4; heraldic arms, 35 n.; processions and miracle plays, 35-7; care of poor, 39-40 and n., 41, 81, 85-8, 90, 91, 94, 96, 97, 99, 100-102, 104; internal organisation, 42-55; support of church, 91-3; friction with town council, 27 n., 48 n.; ‘kyrkgeir’ sold by roup, 32, 67, 80, 81; apprentices, 57, 58, 59-63, 69, 71, 74, 78, 102; numerical strength, 48 n.; deacons, 51-3; quartermasters, 54; booths, 55; export trade, 55-6; admission of freemen's daughters, 62; deacon's oath, 74; extracts from acts and statutes, 57-64 ; miscellaneous extracts, 64-77; accounts, 30 n. 77-104; oath of fidelity, 104-5; craft prayer, 105; list of deacons (1549-1602), 105-6; XII. 8, 83; shops of, removed, XIII. 23, 99, 130; XIX. 172; XX. 96.

Skinner's Close, Castlehill, XII. 8.

Skinner's Close (High St.), XII. 83, 156 ; XIX. 61, 62.

Skinner's Close, Cowgate, XII. 127.

Skirling, Lady, XIII. 121 and n.

Skirving, John, of Plewland Hill, II. 62; X. 82.

Skithera Verborum, V. 173.

Skull Club, III. 178.

Slackjaw, M., XIX. 66, 67.

Slangar, Marius, XII. 159.

Slateford, II. 127 ; Highland army at, 20, 24.

Slater, Andrew, slater, XII. 38, 117, 118. See Sclater.

Slater, (skleather), Andrew, XVI. 6.

Slater, John, XII. 118.

Slater, William, webster, XIII. 124.

Slater, William, alias Spens, III. 94.

Slater's Close, III. 99; XII. 38, 39, 117, 156.

Slater's Court, XII. 117, 118.

Slater's Entry, I. 14.

Slaughter. See Murder.

Slaughter-houses, XI. 14.

Slezer, John, Theatrum Scotiae, II. 88 and n., 107; V. 64; XII. 216, 217.

Sligo, —, member of Oyster Club, III. 174.

Sloas, Robert, of Arrothill, IX. 162 ; XII. 166. See Sloss.

Slockindrought, IX. 224.

Sloss, James, XII. 201. See Sloas.

Sloss, John, murdered on High St.,XII. 206.

Slowane, John, merchant, XV. 27.

Slowman, Alexander, X. 211, 212 n., 213, 214 n.

Slowman, David, X. 214 n.

Slowman, Margaret, X. 212 n., 213, 214 n.

Small, Adam, XII. 15.

Small, ‘Admiral,’ of Leith, XX. 65.

Small, Charles, owner of ‘Comely Garden,’ XIX. 69.

Small, David A., lectures on changes in city since 1860, XVII. App. 10-11.

Small, Elizabeth, XVIII. 164.

Small, Thomas (1685), XI. 27.

Smart, Archibald, candlemaker, XVII. 145.

Smart, James,warded, V. 113, 115, 116, 118.

Smeabeard, Helen, IV. 133.

Smeiton, Joseph, hatter, XX. 53. See Smiton.

Smellie, Agnes, X. 152.

Smellie, Alexander, his printing office, IV. 36, 38; IX. 224; XIV. 153, 154; XVII. 10.

Smellie, William, son of above, I. 8; III. 163, 164, 165; his History of Anchor Close, IV. 38; IX. 85; XIV. 153 n., 154; XX. App. 30.

Smellie, William, XII. 70 ; XIX. 43.

Smith, Adam, I. 12; II. 6; member of Poker Club, III. 153 ; IV. 37, 53; XI. 12, 14; XII. 99 ; XIII. App. 10; resides at Panmure House, Canongate, 16 ; visited there by Burke and Samuel Rogers, 16; dies there, 17 ; XIV. 151 ; XV. App. 13 ; XVIII. 158. See Smyth.

Smith, Alexander, murdered, VI. 137.

Smith, Alexander, skinner, VI. 76, 98.

Smith, Alexander, warded, XI. 33 ; XII. 167.

Smith, Alexander, minister, XVI. 73.

Smith, Alexander (1833), III. 159.

Smith, Mrs. Ann, XVI. 192, 199, 200.

Smith, Colonel, on riding school, XX. 156.

Smith, David, member, Burlaw Court, XV. 176, 184, 187, 193.

Smith, David, leases ‘grass and pasturege’ of Holyrood Park, XVIII. 189, 190.

Smith, Donald, lord provost, III. 159 ; XIV. 150, 162, 166.

Smith, Donald, & Co., bankers, XVIII. 85.

Smith, Edward, gardener, XII. 172, 173, 183.

Smith, Egidia, wife of Sir William Gray, of Pittendrum, III. 244 n., 245 ; XIV. 76.

Smith, George, town councillor (1585), X. 186.

Smith, George, merchant and burgess (1628), X. 28.

Smith, George, merchant, Stockholm, XII. 46.

Smith, George, Deacon Brodie's accomplice, XII. 60; XIV. 66.

Smith, Gilbert, mason, XII. 45 ; XIX. 118.

Smith, Helen, wife of John Chepman, X. 75.

Smith, Helen, warded, XII. 184.

Smith, Helen, wife of James Balfour of Pilrig, XX. App. 20.

Smith, Helenor (1659), IV. 131.

Smith, Isobel (1684), IX. 170; XII. 167.

Smith, James, of Whitehill, XII. 45.

Smith, James, his song ‘The Cries o' Edinburgh,’ II. 182, 192.

Smith, James, servitor, VI. 147.

Smith, James, staymaker, XII. 99.

Smith, James, clockmaker, XIX. 12.

Smith, Sir John, of Grothill, II. 136; III. 244 n., 245; V. 102, 150; XII. 13, 58, 92 n. ; XIV. 65, 66, 76; commissioner to Breda, XVI. 33-4 ; XVIII. App. 29.

Smith, John, his ‘Hand Book and Directory of Old Scottish Clockmakers,’ III. 231-233 ; XII. 3 ; Notes on Lands of High Riggs, Drumdryan and Tollcross, XVIII. 151-80; Dalry House : Its Lands and Owners, XX. 26-60.

Smith, John, shoemaker, VIII. 114, 116.

Smith, John, skinner, VI. 91, 97, 101.

Smith, John, wine merchant, XIV. 161.

Smith, John, tailor (1556), XV. 22.

Smith, John, candlemaker, XVII. 110, 111.

Smith, John, gardener, XX. 58.

Smith, John, treasurer, Holyrood kirk session, XX. 11.

Smith, John, warded, VI. 115, 116; VIII. 133, 135; IX. 140, 146.

Smith, John Christopher, amanuensis to Handel, XIX. 203 and n., 204.

Smith, Margaret, wife of Robert Pont, II. 130.

Smith, Margaret (1632), X. 28.

Smith, Mausie, XII. 96.

Smith, Michael, XI. 61 ; XII. 165.

Smith, Patrick, saddler, VIII. 48.

Smith, Robert, of Smithston, IX. 162, 173.

Smith, Robert, merchant, VI. 115.

Smith, Robert, merchant in Stockholm, X. 28.

Smith, Robert, skipper, IX. 167.

Smith, Robert A., musical composer, XI. App. 18.

Smith, Samuel, warded, IX. 144.

Smith, Sydney, III. 107, 110, 113, 116; IV. 70.

Smith, Thomas, warded, V. 101-2, 146.

Smith, Thomas, assistant, Canongate School, XX. 21.

Smith, Walter, covenanter, VIII. 111.

Smith, William, blacksmith, XX. 101.

Smith, William, beadman of Magdalen Chapel, XV. 12.

Smith, William, clockmaker, XIX. 12-14.

Smith, William, hammerman, XX. 107.

Smith, William, warded, VIII. 133, 135.

Smith, William, chirurgeon (1689), XVI. 192.

Smith, William, of Newburn, preacher, IV. 26.

Smith's Close, XII. 44, 45, 99.

Smith's Land, XII. 45.

Smith's stables, II. 167.

Smiton, Walter, bailie, XX. 21. See Smeiton.

Smollett, Tobias, resides in St. John Street, I. 15; VIII. 163, 164, 192 n.; IX. 98; XIX. 162, 175, 200 n.; his allusion to the ‘rout,’ 33-4.

Smyth, Agnes, second wife of John Byres, first of Coates, II. 136.

Smyth, Alexander, covenanter, V. 129.

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

Smyth, Edmond, tailor, XIV. 36, 42.

Smyth, Geills, XIII. 117.

Smyth, James, maltman, Leith, IX. 44.

Smyth, James, to carry out work on pedestal for statue of Charles 11., XVII. 83.

Smyth, James, servant to Earl of Argyle, II. 94.

Smyth, Sir John. See Smith.

Smyth, John, of Balharry, II. 172.

Smyth, Friar John, X. 123.

Smyth, John, hammerman, XIV. 36, 42; XX. 109.

Smyth, Robert, merchant, II. 136.

Smyth, Sergt., XVI. 23.

Smyth, Walter, servant, XX. 108.

Smyth, William, covenanter, II. 95.

Smyth, William, mariner, V. 155.

Snadoun's Close, XII. 74, 143 ; XVII. 50,

Snetzler, John, organ builder, XIX. 231.

Snodgrass, Andrew, covenanter, II. 95.

Snodgrass, Hew (1683), warded, VIII. 147.

Snow, Edgerton, XII. 204.

Snype, Robert, ‘master porter’ of Castle, IV. 141.

Social clubs, characteristics and purposes of, II. 150.

Societies, literary and debating, I. 47-8.

‘Society,’ I. 22; X. 125, 146, 148, 228, 238, 239; XII. 137, 140; XVII. App. 11.

Society Close, XII. 48, 49 ; carved stones in, XV. 125-6.

Society Hall (or House), XII. 49.

Society Muir (Bruntsfield Links), X. 240, 257.

Society Port, II. 70, 72-5, 83, 85, 86, 92 ; XI. 12; XIV. 140; XVII. 105.

Society quarry, XIII. 21, 22, 25, 31, 40.

Society Yard, XII. 142.

Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge, premises of, XV. 125.

‘Society's grass,’ X. 234.

Solemn League and Covenant, XVI. 62, 112; XVIII. 127; XX. 11.

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

Somer, David, master of works, IV. 87. See Symar.

Somer, John, XII. 133.

Somerset, Earl of, V. 53.

Somervail, James, commissariat officer, II. 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 108; his account for food for Covenanting prisoners, 109-14. See Somervaill, Somervell, Somervill, Somerville, Somerwel.

Somervaill, Ninian, in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Somervaill, Robert, in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Somervell, Agnes, warded, V. 136. See Somervail, Somervaill, Somervill, Somerville, Somerwel.

Somervell, Bartholomew, leaves 40,000 merks to the city, IV. 145-6; death of, 146; effigy of, 149; parentage and connection with Saughtonhall, 150; house in Lawnmarket, 150-1 ; mortification by, V. 76, 77; XI. 14; XII. 153; XIII. 97 n., 100; XIV. 64, 73; XV. 27, 28.

Somervell, Elizabeth, IV. 150.

Somervell, James, of Castle Somervell, a dweller in sanctuary, XV. 81.

Somervell, James, merchant, IV. 136.

Somervell, James, gentleman usher, V. 141 ; VI. 125.

Somervell, (Sumervell), James (1665), V. 126.

Somervell, John, innkeeper, XIV. 128.

Somervell, Margaret, IV. 150.

Somervell, Peter, father of Bartholomew, IV. 150; XIII. 97, 100, 141 ; XIV. 64, 73.

Somervell, Peter, jun., IV. 150.

Somervill, Major (1689), XVI. 205, 206, 210. See Somervail, Somervaill, Somervell, Somerville, Somerwel.

Somerville, Daniel, line engraver, IX. 99; his pencil sketches of Edinburgh, XVII. 10. See Somervail, Somervaill, Somervell, Somervill, Somerwel.

Somerville, Grizel, warded, XII. 191, 192, 197.

Somerville, Hugh, sixth Lord, XX. App. 31.

Somerville, James, tenth Lord, XIV. 96.

Somerville, James, eleventh and twelfth Lords, XX. App. 32.

Somerville, James, banished, XII. 187.

Somerville, John, of Cambusnethan, VI. 117; VIII. 145.

Somerville, John, minister of Cramond, VIII. 127.

Somerville, John, gunsmith, XII. 103; XVIII. 10.

Somerville, John, warded, XII. 200, 201.

Somerville, Marie, wife of Sir Lewis Craig, III. 193.

Somerville, Dame Marion, X. 237.

Somerville, Nicol, clerk to Magdalen Chapel meeting, XVI. 93.

Somerville, Patrick, merchant, X. 228, 237 .

Somerville, Robert, skinner, XV. 186.

Somerville, (Symervell), Thomas, skinner, VI. 81, 95

Somerville, Thomas, tailor (1683), XVI. 118.

Somerville, William, town officer, XIII. 115.

Somerville's Close, XII. 102, 103.

Somerville's Land, XII. 103 ; XIV. 73, 74.

Somerwel, David, in East Calder, II. 97.

Sommers, Anne, wife of John Fortune, tavem-keeper, Stamp Office Close, III. 128, 129. See Summers.

Sommers, Thomas, treasurer of Pantheon, I. 59; tavern-keeper, II. 154; III. 128, 144, 147; Speculative Society sup at his tavern, V. 173 and n. 181.

Sommers, Thomas, H.M. Glazier for Scotland, III. 230.

‘Sommervel house,’ XIV. 138.

Songs of Edwina, II. 211.

Songs of the Edinburgh Angling Club, IX. 102.

Sorning and robbery, VI. 116.

Souter, William, clockmaker, VIII. 48.

Souter's Clods, III. 135.

Souters (or shoemakers), VI. 12.

South Back of Canongate, I. 15, 17, 18, 108.

South Bridge, construction of, II. 162, 163; V. 83; opening of, 86; Wes1ey's opinion of, VIII. 165; trustees of, X. 259; XIV. 84; XVIII. 92; XIX. 240; spoils amenity of St. Ceci1ia's Hall, 228-30; trustees of, interviewed by directors of Musical Society, 229, 230.

South Cross, XV. 74.

South Foulis Close, I. 9; XII. 35, 84, 86; carved stone in, XV. 110.

South Gray's Close, I. 9, 10, 18, 19; XI. 8, 11, App. 6; XII. 43, 83, App. 4, 5; carved stones in, XV. 108-10.

South Leith, Restalrig Church and, IV. 153, 155, 157, 158 n., 180, 183-5; XIX. 103, 113, 126, 128, 149, 167; kirk session and Calton, 123, 136-8. See also South Leith Church.

South Leith Church, XIX. 163, 187; foundation of, IV. 186; visit to, VII. App. 7 ; XVIII. 38; XX. 72.

South Loch, X. 5, 54, 65, 71, 72, 75, 125, 148, 163, 164, 200, 227-35, 240, 241, 246, 252-63; emptied by Society of Brewers, 236, 255-6; draining of, 253, 257, 259; ground reclaimed, 253; condition of south side, 254; main source of water supply, 254-5; grass of, 256 ; leased by John Straiton, 257 ; XII. 100, 140 n.; XIV. 140; XV. 18, 49; XVI. 49: XVIII. 151, 153, 163, 169.

South Meadow Walk, X. 164, 247, 256.

South Muir, X. 73, 76, 162, 200, 227.

South Niddry Street, XII. 148.

South St., Cowgate, XII. 126.

South St. (Princes Street), I. 146.

Southbank, X. 225.

Southey, Robert, at Friday Club, III. 116 ; VIII. 175.

‘Southgaitt,’ XII. 126.

Southside, lands of, I. 85 ; III. 197, 198.

Soutra, a sanctuary, XV. 57.

Sowmertoun, William, XVIII. 45. See Sumertoune.

Spain, Edinburgh merchants and, XVI. 27.

Spalden, Agnes, wife of John Morison, saddler, VIII. 48.

Spalding, James, farmer, XV. 186; XIX. 178.

Spalding, John, member of Burlaw Court, XV. 176.

Spanish leather, Sir A. Brand's monopoly of, XX. 30.

Spankie, Sergt., XVIII. 95.

Spark's Close, XII. 136.

‘Speaking House,’ I. 15 ; XVII. 29.

Speculative Society, V. 163 ; founded by John Bonar and five others, 164; original members, 164-5 ; entry money, 165; first president, 165; first secretary, 165 ; alteration of laws, 170-1, 180 ; new members admitted, 171 ; demission of member, 172, 177, 187 ; first ordinary meeting, 172; extraordinary meeting, 173, 175 ; extrusion of member, 177 ; questions and debates, 179; abstract from book of minutes, 186-8; XII. App. 10.

Speech-criers, II. 221.

Speeches against the King, VI. 119.

Speir, James, slater, XIII. 130.

Speir, James (1587), XV. 17.

Speir, John (1585), X. 143.

Speir, John (1683), VIII. 157.

Speirs, Catherine Ann Grant or, X. 52.

Speirs, Dame Ann O.H., X. 53.

Spence, Alexander Ogilvy, I. 127. See Spens.

Spence, David, bailie, IX. 172; XI. 22, 29; XII. 176, 177.

Spence, David, Secy., Bank of Scotland, XV. 141, 144.

Spence, David, his factory in Fountainbridge, XX. 53.

Spence, Sir James, vicar of Alves, I. 128.

Spence, James, Ormonde pursuivant, XVIII, 25

Spence, Jerome, of Over Manbeen, I. 128.

Spence, John, of Wormiston, XVIII. 14.

Spence, John, provincial of Black Friars, III. 44; X. 106, 111.

Spence, Friar Quintin, X. 110.

Spence, Thomas, bishop of Aberdeen, XV. 133 ; founder of hospital of St. Paul's Work, XVII. 49-51.

Spence, Thomas (1658), IV. 123.

Spence, Walter, II. 76, 77.

Spence, William, covenanter, VIII. 158 ; IX. 135, 142, 143 ; XI. 28, 29, 62, 67 ; XII, 161, 190; XVI. 142.

Spence, William, servant, XII. 178, 179.

Spencer, William, in Hillhousefield, XIX. 181.

Spendthrift Club, III. 178.

Spens, Adam (1550), III. 81. See Spence.

Spens, Alexander (1515), bailie, IX. 20; X. 175.

Spens, Friar John, III. 28, 91, 93, 94.

Spens, John (1562), IV. 90.

Spens, John, burgess, and Magdalen Chapel, VIII. 50.

Spens, Dr. Nathaniel, IX. 96; XVIII. 172.

Spens, Thomas, of Lathallan, XVIII. 172.

Spens, Walter, of Iruin (1458), III. 88.

Spens, William, alias Slater, III. 94.

Spethy, Nicholas, III. 94, 96.

Spittal, Henry (1536), X. 124, 132.

Spittal, Margaret, XIX. 144, 146, 147, 182.

Spittalfield, I. 34; X. 96.

Spittelrig, X. 124, 128, 131, 133.

Spittletoun (or Liberton), X. 7-10; XV. 135.

Spot, Ninian, chaplain, V. 44.

Spott, laird of, IX. 20.

Spottiswood, John, archbishop, his History, III. 23, 24, 45, 78a; town house of, 215; V. 55; XI. 14; XII. 41 ; XIII. 45, 141 and n. ; officiates at coronation of Charles I. at Holyrood, XVIII. 15-23.

Spottiswood, John, of that Ilk, XII. 25.

Spottiswood, Sir Robert, president of Court of Session, XI. 95.

Spottiswood's land, III. 80.

Spreule, John, town-clerk of Glasgow, IV. 135-7; V. 122-3; VI. 114; VIII. 114, 143, 144, 157. See Sproul.

Spreule, John, yr., writer in Glasgow, VI. 135, 150.

Sprot, John (1550), III. 82.

Sprott, John, legacy to Candlemakers, XVII. 110.

Sprott, Robert, candlemaker, XVII. 111.

Sproul, William, XII. 166. See Spreule.

Sprout, William (1684), warded, IX. 168.

Spur (Castle), V. 63, 64; XVI. 12.

Spynie, Lord, XVIII. 15.

Stabalini, H., performer at St. Cecilia's Hall, XI. App. 18 ; XIX. 221, 222, 233, 242.

Stablers, XIV. 125 n.

Stabling, act anent, XIV. 125.

Stacey, Joseph, Ross herald, XVIII. 25.

Stage, plays performed by legal fiction, II. 10 ; licence craved to set up, XVI. 127.

Stage, roads from London to Edinburgh, XIV. 122.

Stained-glass windows in Magdalen Chapel, VIII. 66-72.

Stair, Elizabeth, first Countess of, III. 246-7 ; Lady Stair's House called after, 246, 249-50 and n. ; XII. 13, 14; XIV. 76; XV. 110.

Stair, Joamia Gordon, Countess of, XI. App. 15.

Stair, John, first Earl of, III. 244 n., 246; VIII. 96, 98; XII. 13 ; XV. App. 20; XVI. 34. See Dalrymple, Sir John.

Stair, John, second Earl of, III. 244 n., 247 n., 249, 250 ; XII. 14.

Stair, John, fifth Earl of, III. 244 n., 249.

Stair, North-Hamilton, ninth Earl of, III. 177.

Stairhead, John, sailor in Leith, XIX. 144.

Stairhead, Mariota, XIX. 147.

Stair's Close, XII. 14.

Stalker, Henry, goldsmith, III. 103 ; feus land from Black Friars, 78a.

Stalker, John, of Easter Drylaw, XII. 114.

Stalker's Close, XII. 36, 114.

Stamp Office, XI. 14; XII. 35.

Stamp Office Close, I. 8, 11 ; III. 127, 129.

Stamp and Linen Manufacture, offices of, III. 229.

Stamper trade, XIX. 30.

‘Standand Stane ’ (Hare-stane), X. 58-9, 80. See Bore Stone.

‘Stane chacks,’ XII. 154.

Stanelaw's Close, XII. 75.

Stanfield, Sir James, IV. 108 ; XII. 108 ; XV. 113 ; action against, XVI. 115 ; XIX. 160.

Stanfield, Philip, IV. 108; XH. 88; XV. 113.

Stansfield, Gilbert, goldsmith, XIX. 16.

Stansfield, Robert, keeper of Correction House, XVII. 68, 69.

Stansfield, William, keeper of Correction House, XVII. 68; XIX. 16.

Staple, I. 89, 97 ; shipping and the (1515-31), IX. 49-77; XVI. 145.

Stapylton, Sir Robert, IX. 180.

Star and Garter tavern, III. 167.

Starch Close, XII. 145.

Stark, John, his Picture of Edinburgh, II. 90 ; XI. App. 18 ; XII. 212, 230, 235-8.

Stark's Close, XII. 145.

Starmer, W. W., campanologist, VIII. 38, 39.

State Ceremonials in Edinburgh in the Olden Time, by Francis J. Grant, Lyon King of Arms, XVIII. 11-32.

Stationers or Cadies, Society of Running, II. 219-22.

Statues of Justice and Mercy, II. 231-37.

Statuta Gilde, VI. 13.

Statutes, anent beggars, fools and bards, IV. 98 ; upkeep of prisoners, 98-9 ; provision of prisons and maintenance of inmates, 104 ; penalties for insolvency, 106-7 and n.

Steel, Alexander, carting contractor, XIII. 22, 24, 31. See Steell, Steill.

Steel, David, tailor, XII. 100.

Steel, Isabella, wife of Walter Oliphant, X. 210.

Steel, Patrick, XII. 28.

Steel, Thomas, surgeon, X. 194, 207.

Steele, George, town ofiicial, XIV. 17 8.

Steele's The Tender Husband, XI. 163, 167.

Steell, Gourlay, R.S.A., XVIII. 165. See Steel, Steill.

Steell, Sir John, sculptor, XVII. 169; XX. 159.

Steil, James, hostler, XX. 133.

Steill, Adam, fiesher, XIII. 122. See Steel, Steel].

Steill, Andrew, merchant, IV. 120.

Steill, George, infeft in Common Myre, X. 154-6.

Steill, James (1664), warded, V. 122.

Steill, John, of Houston, sells Common Myre, X. 156; XII. 149.

Steill, Patrick, vintner, VIII. 99 ; XII. 67, 71 ; XIX. 191, 192.

Steill, Robert, warded, VIII. 102; XII. 169.

Steill, Robert, smith, XII. 180.

Steill, Robert, infeft in Common Myre, X. 156.

Steill, Thomas, warded, XII. 196, 203.

Steill, William, warded, XII. 196.

Steill's Close, XII. 67, 70-2 ; XIX. 39, 43, 44.

Stenhope, Janet, wife of Richard Watson of Saughton, III. 194.

Stenhopemill, I. 85, 113 ; II. 144; III. 184, 190, 193, 194, 198 ; mansion described, 195-6, 199; Club visits, XVII. App. 22; XX. 26.

Stenhous, William, XX. 110.

Stenhousemills. See Stenhopemill.

Stent Master, XVI. 45.

Stereotyping, II. 14 and n.

Steuart, David, lord provost, XII. 223. See Stewart, Stuart.

Steuart, Sir Gilbert, VI. 133.

Steuart, James, writer in Edinburgh, II. 169; his house in Cleland's Yards, 170; its Jacobite associations, 171-4; entertains Burns, 173-4.

Steuart, Mrs. James, daughter of Thomas Ruddiman, II. 172.

Steuart, James, W.S., At the Back of St. James's Square, II. 167-75; IV. 151.

Steven, Alexander, in Bothwell, II. 97. See Stevin, Stiven.

Steven, Grizel, XII. 183.

Steven, (Stevine), James (1685), XI. 61, 64.

Steven, John, XII. 166.

Steven, Thomas (1684), IX. 123.

Steven, William, author of History of High School, V. 72; XX. 17.

Steven, William, baker in Canongate, XIV. 37, 43.

Stevenlaw's Close, XII. 26, 75; XIV. 82, 163; XIX. 45, 56.

Stevenson, Abraham, XII. 169, 180.

Stevenson, Alexander, merchant, XII. 10.

Stevenson, Andrew, owner of lands at Burgh Muir, X. 49, 177, 182, 193, 196 n., 198, 199, 212, 215, 222.

Stevenson, Andrew, of Pitroddie, X. 218.

Stevenson, Andrew, minister of Dunbar, X. 201.

Stevenson, Andrew, a regent of the College, X. 159 n., 193, 198.

Stevenson, (Stevinsoun), Andre (1580), IV. 99, 100-1.

Stevenson, Sir Archibald, M.D., X. 201.

Stevenson, David, XII. 86.

Stevenson, Duncan, printer of Beacon, IH. 234.

Stevenson, George, builder of Royal Exchange, IV. 46.

Stevenson, Hugh (1686), XII. 204.

Stevenson, James, warded, IX. 131, 144.

Stevenson, Sir John, his house within sanctuary invaded, XV. 64.

Stevenson, John, of Pitroddie, X. 218.

Stevenson, (Stevinsoun), Friar John, III. 73.

Stevenson, John (1629), X. 159 n.

Stevenson, John, deacon of Websters, X. 186.

Stevenson, John, nephew of Andrew, of Pitroddie, X. 218.

Stevenson, Lawrence (1550), III. 98, 99.

Stevenson, Patrick, keeper of Register of Deeds, XIV. 162.

Stevenson, Patrick, XII. 51.

Stevenson, Robert, engineer, XV., 208, 210; his scheme for improved access to Grassmarket, XVIII. 84.

Stevenson, Robert, warded, VI. 121.

Stevenson, R. L., his opinion of Speculative Society, V. 163 ; and Pilrig House, VII. App. 7 ; XI. App. 21 ; XIX. 163, 174; XX. App. 20.

Stevenson, Thomas, mason, XVIII. 72 ; XIX. 111.

Stevenson, T. G., I. 149.

Stevenson, William (1735), XII. 155.

Stevenson's Close, XII. 85, 86.

Stevin, Robert, master of Canongate School, XX. 7-8. See Steven, Stiven.

Stewart of Coltness, yr., XII. 159. See Steuart, Stuart.

Steuart, Adam (1515), IX. 19.

Steuart, Adam, prior, X. 154 n.

Steuart, Alan, captain of Milan, IX. 14, 16, 34.

Steuart, Alexander, bishop of Moray, XI. 119.

Steuart, Alexander, to catalogue Musical Society's collection, XIX. 234.

Steuart, Allan, provost of Edinburgh, III. 95.

Steuart, Andrew, Poker Club, III. 153.

Steuart, Anna, of Stewartfield, XIX. 174.

Steuart, Anna, XII. 29.

Steuart, Anne, wife of Colin Maclaurin, XX. 53.

Steuart, Archibald, lord provost, II. 15 n., 18; summoned to surrender the city, 20; conduct during Highland occupation, 20-3 ; imprisonment and trial, 21 n. ; later career; ancestor of Lord Tweedmouth, 22 n. ; IV. 39, 40, 41 ; Provost Drummond a witness against, 42 ; house in West Bow, XI. 14; XII. 55; XV. App. 11; XIX. 173.

Stewart, Archibald, to repair High School, V. 70, 71, 80; his house bought by Infirmary managers, 82.

Stewart, Archibald, warded (1680), VI. 150; VIII. 150.

Stewart, Prior Bernard, III. 66, 69, 100; receives pension, 73, 74.

Stewart, Daniel, founder of hospital, XII. App. 32.

Stewart, David, of Coltness, XII. 178, 179.

Stewart, Dugald, I. 12; III. 113, 116; member of Friday Club, 118, and of Poker Club, 151; X. 101 n.; XI. 14; XII. 124; XIII. App. 10.

Stewart, Francis, Earl of Bothwell, X. 40-2, 43, 45 ; superior of lands of Whitehouse, 44.

Stewart, Gilbert, of Bonnyhaugh, XII. 29; XIX. 168, 169, 176.

Stewart, Hugh, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Stewart, Sir James, of Coltness, II. 18, 55 ; XII. 24; XIV. 90.

Stewart, Sir James, of Goodtrees, II. 3; XII. 24, 25, App. 5; XIV. 90; XVI. 34 n., 37 n., 52, 55, 75 n.

Stewart, Sir James, Poker Club, III. 153.

Stewart, James, of Hartwood, VIII. 155; IX. 140, 164; XII. 199.

Stewart, James, of Stewartfield, merchant and banker, XIX. 164, 174 ; connection with ‘Forty-five,’ 173.

Stewart, James, bailie, his evidence in Provost Archibald Stewart's trial, II. 23.

Stewart, James, town clerk, XIII. 84.

Stewart, James, engraver, IX. 99, 101, 102.

Stewart, James, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Stewart, James, apothecary, XII. 29.

Stewart, James, advocate (1687), XVI. 161.

Stewart, James, covenanter, VIII. 117 ; XI. 67 ; XII. 166.

Stewart, James, illegitimate son of James V., X. 154.

Stewart, James, in Glasgow, XIII. 113.

Stewart, Janet, of Stewartfield, XIX. 173.

Stewart, Jean (1659), IV. 133.

Stewart, Sir John, of Allanbank, XX. App. 26.

Stewart, Sir John, husband of Lady Jane Douglas, II. 133.

Stewart, John, of Bogs, XVI. 200.

Stewart, John, of Calzeniore, VIII. 134, 138.

Stewart, John, of Kettlestoune, X. 16.

Stewart, John, prior of Coldingham, X. 40. 154 n.

Stewart, John, Friday Club, III. 118, 175.

Stewart, John, admiral depute, V. 118, 120, 132.

Stewart, John, warded, XI. 29, 36, 62, 68.

Stewart, John (1525), brother of St. Paul's Work, XVII. 50.

Stewart, John Roy, Jacobite, II. 28, 42.

Stewart, Katherine, of Stewartfield, XIX. 173.

Stewart, Sir Lewis, of Kirkhill, I. 94, 110 ; XIII. 109, 110, 113, 114, 125.

Stewart, Ludovic (1587), X. 212 n., 219 n.

Stewart, Ludovic, advocate, I. 105.

Stewart, Margaret, of Bonnyhaugh, XIX. 176.

Stewart, Margaret, daughter of laird of Ochiltree, XI. App. 14; XIII. 123 n.

Stewart, Mary, of Stewartfield, XIX. 164, 174.

Stewart, Sir Michael, Poker Club, III. 152.

Stewart, Neil, his music shop, III. 234.

Stewart, Neil, merchant, XII. 88.

Stewart, Lord Robert, commendator of Holyrood, III. 194; X. 154 n. ; XV. 62, 63, 66; XX. 5, 6, 93.

Stewart, Sir Robert, of Allanbank, II. 18.

Stewart, Robert, chairmaster, IX. 213.

Stewart, Robert (1673), VI. 117.

Stewart, Robert, warded, VIII. 134.

Stewart, Thomas, of Coltness, XII. 178.

Stewart, Walter, in Wilkie's ‘Land,‘ IX. 122.

Stewart, William, of Allingtoun, IX. 140, 164; XII. 199.

Stewart, William, depute town clerk, X. 211, 212, 214 n., 216, 217, 219 n.

Stewart, William, merchant, XII. 29.

Stewart, William, chairmaster, IX. 204.

Stewart, William, scribe, XV. 20.

Stewart of Invemahyle and Colonel Whitford, II. 52.

Stewartfield, XIX. 159, 164, 166, 171-4, 176 ; feu-charter in favour of Humphry Colquhoun, 172 ; sold to Mylnes of Powderhall, 173 ; Jas Stewart owns, 173-4 ; sold to Hugh Veitch, town clerk of Leith; converted into hotel; purchased by Caledonian Railway Company, 174; sold to William Walker Gibson, 179.

Stewart's Close, I. 14; II. 12 n.; XII. 24, 29, 88, 121 ; XIII. 109.

Stewart's oyster rooms, III. 144.

Stewart's tavern, Fishmarket, II. 154, 158.

Stiffingwell, XIX. 101.

Stinking Close, XII. 109, 126.

Stinking Style, XII. 65, 66; XIII. 107; XVI. 6.

Stirk, Andrew (1680), warded, VI. 139.

Stirk, Katherine, warded, XI. 59, 60.

Stirk, Robert (1679), VI. 136.

Stirling, Earl of. See Alexander, Sir William of Menstrie.

Stirling, Sir Alexander, of Glorat, XVII. App. 9.

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

Stirling, Irvine A., Mylne Square, XIV. 45-48.

Stirling, Sir James, lord provost, II. 162 ; XV. App. 13.

Stirling, James, wright, XIII. 109.

Stirling, James, treasurer, Charity Workhouse, XIX. 48, 57 ; a director of dancing Assembly, 88.

Stirling, James, manager of lead mines, II. 3.

Stirling, Sir John, governor of Castle, V. 40-2.

Stirling, John, minister of Tron Church, IV. 148; V. 77.

Stirling, Sir Mungo, of Glorat, IV. 143.

Stirling, William, merchant, IV. 136.

Stirling, William, writer, VI. 135.

Stirling, William, Caltonhill Foundry, XIX. 120.

Stirling, William, XII. 47.

Stirling, William, deacon of bonnet-makers, XVI. 129.

Stirling, William, fishmonger, II. 2.

Stirling's Close, XII. 47.

Stitt, Edward, transported, XII. 170, 171.

Stiven, Margaret (1684), IX. 171. See Steven, Stevin.

Stobbie, George, in Meiklecairnie, II. 94.

Stobo Church, III. 188.

Stockbridge, I. 98 ; II. 131 ; IX. 107, 232; XI. 10, 13; XIV. 156, App. 10; XV. 182, 184, 197 ; XVII. 77, 81 ; XX. App. 15.

Stocks, William, in Calton, XIX. 103.

Stoddart, James, lord provost, XII. 129.

Stoddart, John (1572), XVI. 6.

Stoddart, Thomas, warded, VIII. 123 ; executed, XII. 166, 171.

Stoddart, Thomas, schoolmaster in Calton, XIX. 113.

Stoddart's Close, XII. 128.

Stone shop, XVI. 35.

Stonyhill (Stainyhill), Lady, XIII. 125.

Storehouse (Castle), XI. 14.

Storer's Views in Edinburgh, II. 227 ; V, 85; XII. 235.

Storie, Alexander, legacy to Candlemakers, XVII. 110. See Story.

Storie, James (1683), warded, VIII. 153.

Storie, Richard (1682), warded, VIII. 133, 134.

Stormonth, Viscount, XIII. 66.

Storrie's Alley, XIX. 184 n.

Story. Steven, III. 66, 100. See Storie.

Strachan, Sir Alexander (1635), XIII. 131.

Strachan, Captain, II. 90.

Strachan, Douglas, stained-glass artist, VIII, 67, 71.

Strachan, Francis, musician, XIX. 237.

Strachan, Sir John (1662), I. 37, 38.

Strachan, John, prof. of divinity, VIII. 79, 81 ; XVI. 155.

Strachan, John, regent in Aberdeen, VIII. 94, 95.

Strachan, John, bailie of Musselburgh, IX. 121, 127.

Strachan, John, W.S., warded, XII. 195, 196.

Strachan, Major Robert, VI. 153.

Strachan, Thomas, watchmaker, XIX. 19.

Strachan, William, XII. 201.

Strachan's Close, XII. 81, 104, 121.

Strachey, John, ‘armiger,’ XII. 145.

‘Strait Bow,’ IV. 24 ; XII. 50.

Straitane, Robert, captain of Castle of Edinburgh, IV. 141 ; XVI. 166.

Straiton, Arthur, of Whitehouse, XII. 100. See Straton.

Straiton, Arthur (1683), XVI. 123.

Straiton, Arthur, Wigmaker, XII. 100, 101.

Straiton, Catherine (1600), VI. 101.

Straiton, James, writer, XIII. 115, 124.

Straiton, John (1691), in Calton, XVIII. 77.

Straiton, John, merchant, leases South Loch and Bruntsfield Links, X. 257; XII. 100.

Straiton, Mrs., brewer, XV. 186.

Straiton, Robert, XV. 190, 191.

Straiton, William, farmer, XV. 186.

Straiton's Loch, XX. 36.

Straiton's Park, X. 257 ; XII. 100.

Strand, Canongate, XII. 118, App. 25 ; XIV. 3, 4.

Strand, (Jordan Burn), X. 186.

Strang, Alexander, schoolmaster, XVI. 107 ; XX. 10-11, 13.

Strang, David, gunsmith, XIX. 22.

Strang, George, skinner, XV. 25.

Strang, George (1572), XVI. 6.

Strang, Jonet (1604), XI. 131.

Strang, William, minister, XIII. 100 and n., 102, 114.

Strange, Sir Robert, II. 11 ; his engraving of Prince Charles; studio in Stewart's Close, 12 n. ; paper money engraved by, 49; career as engraver, IX. 82-4, 85, 91.

Strange, William (1682), warded, VIII. 123, 126.

Stranger's Guide to Edinburgh, XII. 227.

Strathesk, Countess of, XII. 54.

Strathie's Close, XII. 121.

Strathie's Entry, I. 14.

Strathie's Land, XII. 121.

Strathmore, Patrick, first Earl of (1688), XVI. 166.

Straton, David, religious martyr, III. 54; XVII. App. 14. See Straiton.

Straton's Close, XII. 100, 101.

Street Traders and their Cries, II. 177-222.

Strelley, Captain, XVI. 9, 11.

Strichen, Lord. See Fraser, Alexander, of Strichen.

Strichen's Close, I. 10; XI. 11 ; XII. 81 ; carved stones in, XV. 102-3.

Strickland, George, Friday Club, III. 114.

Strippling Close, XII. 1, 54 n., 56.

Strudgeon Charles, case-maker, XIX. 27.

Stuart, Alexander, secy. of Wig Club, III. 139, 141. See Steuart, Stewart.

Stuart, Andrew, Poker Club, III. 152.

Stuart, Anne, niece of Earl of Moray, XIX. 41, 42.

Stuart, Charles, of Duunearn, V. 170, 172, 173; discourse on ‘Reflection,’ 169, 178 ; XII. App. 20.

Stuart, Lady Euphemia, XVIII. 178.

Stuart, Dr. Gilbert, Crochallan Fencibles, III. 165.

Stuart, H. M., Wig Club, III. 139.

Stuart, Hon. James, Poker Club, III. 153, 172.

Stuart, James, of Dunearn, III. 234.

Stuart, John, of Innerneity, XIV. App. 21.

Stuart, John, writer, XII. 29.

Stuart, Robert, assessor, XVI. 146.

Stuart, Sophia, XII. 29.

Stuart, Walter, W.S., XII. 29.

Stuart's Close, XII. 29.

Studeman, Charles, ‘cuik at Cannogait port,’ XVI. 6.

Sturley, Captain, XVI. 14.

Suburban Railway, X. 226.

Sugar Work, XI. 14; XII. 117 ; XIV. 4.

Sugarhouse Close, XII. 117.

Sultani, Signora, XIX. 221.

Sumertoune, Janet (1684), IX. 170. See Sowmertoun.

Summers, —, commissioner of Customs, IV. 30. See Sommers.

Summerside, XIX. 180.

‘Summons of Plotcock,’ II. 126.

Summonses, ‘Drunken,’ II. 222.

Surgeons, II. 31; IV. 13; seal of cause, V. 78; grant from town council, 78; IX. 90; Royal College of, XII. 91 ; XV. 140, 143, 146, 147, 152, 158, 159; permitted to serve in Infirmary, 149; XVII. 120 ; purchase riding school, XX. 158.

Surgeons' Hall, Old, II. 1, 8 and n. ; IV. 148 ; V. 77-80, 84 ; new hall in Nicolson Street, 87; old premises acquired by Infirmary, 88 ; original doorway of, 92; XI. 14; XV. 146, 162; XX. 118.

Surgeons' Hospital, founded in 1736, XV. 147-149 ; candlemakers subscribe for, XVII. 118-19.

Surgeons' Square, V. 84, 88; XV. 147.

Surrey, Earl of, II. 70; guardian of Princess Margaret, III. 50 ; at marriage of James IV., X. 62-3.

Suther, Thomas George, bishop of Aberdeen, XII. App. 11.

Sutherland, John, thirteenth Earl of (1661), XVI. 59.

Sutherland, Anne, Duchess of, XX. App. 33-4.

Sutherland, Colin (1689), XVI. 203.

Sutherland, Elizabeth, Countess of, XII. App. 20; XVIII. 171.

Sutherland, George, methodist, VIII. 196.

Sutherland, James, bailie, XII. 188, 197, 204.

Sutherland, James, keeper of Physic Garden, XVI. 157.

Sutherland, James B., An Eighteenth Century Survival : The Wagering Club, 1775, II. 149-166.

Sutherland, Mary, Countess of, VIII. 181 and n. ; resides at Leven Lodge, XVIII. 171.

Sutherland, William, seventeenth Earl of, VIII. 181 and n.

‘Sutlary’ in Old Tolbooth, IV. 97.

Sutor's shops, Cowgate, XIII. 136.

Suttie, George, bailie, V. 130, 131, 133.

Suttie, George, flesher, IV. 117, 118.

Suttie, Miss, XIX. 71.

Suttie's Close, XII. 68, 69, 71.

Sutton, Thomas, master of ordnance, XVI. 9, 14.

Swan's Close, II. 14 and n. ; XII. 34, 35.

Swanston, George N., engraver, XII. 247.

Swanston, R. L. Stevenson cottage at, XIV. 53 ; town acquires, XV. App. 18.

Swanston's tavern, Leith, III. 158.

Sweating Club, III. 177 .

Sweet Singers of Bo'ness, VIII. 109; XVI. 108.

Sweit's Close, XII. 86, 87.

Swift, Alexander, XII. 69.

Swift, John, XII. 69, 87.

Swift, Thomas, XII. 63, 69.

Swift's Wynd, XII. 63, 68, 69, 87.

Swinburne, Major-Gen., Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Swine in streets, IV. 79-80; ordered to be slain along with cats and dogs, 94.

Swinton, John, Lord Swinton (1660), IV. 115; XVI. 58.

Swinton, Sir Alexander of that Ilk, IV. 141 n.

Swinton, (Swintoune), Alexander, VI. 140.

Swinton, Archibald, of East India Company, XVIII. 171.

Swinton, Archibald, W.S., XX. 138.

Swinton, Catherine, II. 171 ; XIX. 110 n.

Swinton, David, bailie (1681), XVI. 105.

Swinton, (Swentoun), George, saddler, XIII. 122 ; XIX. 21.

Swinton, Jean, wife of James Winram of The Inch, XVIII. App. 28.

Swinton, John, son of Sir Alexander of that Ilk, IV. 141 n.; V. 111.

Swinton, Captain John, Corstorphine, V. 113-17.

Swinton, John, quaker, V. 125, 126.

Swinton, Katherine, wife of Sir Alexander Nisbet of Nisbet, I. 82.

Swinton, Patrick, Abbeyhill, XIX. 116.

Swinton, (Swyntone), Robert, warded, V. 114.

Swinton, Row, II. 171.

Sword, Agnes, X. 27, 192.

Sword, Andrew, Borgue, II. 97, 99.

Sword, John (1658), IV. 123.

Sword in executions, IV. 85.

Swordmakers of Canongate, XIX. 22.

Sword-slipper trade, XIX. 22.

Sydserf, Alexander, XII. 42.

Sydserf, James, merchant, XII. 42.

Sydserf, Jean (1659), IV. 133.

Sydserf, Sir John, XII. 42.

Sydserf, John, XII. 42.

Sydserf, Katherine, XII. 42.

Sydserf, Thomas, his ‘True Funerals of Montrose,’ I. 35.

Sydserff, Archibald, knighted, XVI. 56.

Sydserff, Helen, XII. 92.

Sydserff, Margaret, XII. 29.

Sydserff, Thomas, bishop, II. 136 ; XII. 42 ; XIII. 114 and n.; XVI. 67 and n.; XVIII. App. 12.

Sym, John, bailie, II. 75; XV. 19. See Sim.

Sym, Robert, W.S., XII. App. 20.

Symar, David (1562), VI. 81. See Somer.

Syme, Andrew, cooper, XIX. 111. See Sime.

Syme, Ann, XIX. 123.

Syme, James, of Northfield, XVIII. 163.

Syme, Patrick, clerk of Canongate, XVI. 146.

Syme, Patrick, sent to Barbadoes, V. 128.

Syme, William, in Leny, II. 95.

Syme, William (1685), XVI. 147, 148.

Syme's Court, Calton, XIX. 111, 112.

Symonds, Paul, goldsmith, XIX. 18, 19.

Symons, Captain, IV. 163.

Symontoun, John, skinner, VI. 100, 104.

Symor, Alexander, Restalrig, IV. 163. See Somer.

Symson, Andrew, printer, III. 79; XI. 14 ; XII. 143 ; XIV. 76 ; XVII. App. 31.

Symsoun, Andrew, erects new ‘Prysoun Hous,’ XIV. 11. See Simpson, Simsone.

Symsoun, James, skinner, VI. 74.

Symsoun, James, deacon of baxters of Canongate, XIV. 34.