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The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes I-XX

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Taap, Thomas, shipmaster, XIX. 180.

Taaphall, XIX. 180.

‘Tabernacle,’ original name of Mirror Club, III. 142.

Tabernacles, Feast of, III. 142-4.

‘Tail of the butts,’ X. 98, 144, 152.

Tailors' Incorporation of Edinburgh, complaints against, by furriers, VI. 23 ; scale of taxation of, 27 ; contributions by, to ministers' stipends, 34 ; XI. 125, 150; material available for history of, 126 ; altar of St. Anne in St. Giles' founded by ; connection with St. Anne Street, 127 ; site of convening hall, 129, 131; acquire Walter Chepman's property in Cowgate, 133; buildings of, 134, 135-6; their garden, 135, 137, 140, 143 ; description of property, 136, 142 ; interested in brewing, printing, and education, 137-9; alterations on convening hall, 139-42 ; buildings described, 143-58; inscribed stones, 149, 150; Covenanters meet in convening hall re National Covenant, 158-61 ; that document signed in hall, 161 ; preaching in Tailors' Hall, 162 ; hall as courthouse for administration of Forfeited Estates, 162; theatrical performances in convening hall, 162-71 ; XV. 32.

Tailors' Hall, Cowgate, described, I. 20-1 ; II. 119; theatrical performances in, 11 ; XI. 14, 162-71, App. 6; XII. 139-41 ; ' XIII. 137. See also Tailors' Incorporation.

Tailors' Hall, Easter Portsburgh, XIV. 77 ; XVII. 38.

Tailors' Incorporation of Canongate, XI. 127 ; XIV. 27, 29, 34; altar in the Abbey, XVIII. 41, 114, 128, 135; XX. 98, 99.

Tailors' Well, XIII. 42.

Tailzies, register of, XX. 42.

Tait, Alexander, clerk of Session, XVII. 162.

Tait, John, tailor, XII. 26, 27.

Tait, John, besom-seller, II. 209.

Tait, John, tinsmith, XII. 37.

Tait, Margaret, warded, VIII. 101, 104.

Tait, Rev. Mr., founder of Rowites, I. 51.

Tait, Robert, XII. 26.

Tait's Close, XII. 26.

‘Tam o' the Cowgait,’ XII. 137. See Haddington, Thomas, first Earl of.

Tanistry, Gaelic law of, V. 19.

Tanners, as proprietors or tenants of King's Stables, XIV. 115; and foreign leather, XVI. 109 ; supply inferior leather, XVIII. 119; English craftsmen imported, 120.

Tanners' Brae, XIX. 175 n.

Tanpits, XI. 14.

Tarbat, George, Viscount, VIII. App. 4, 5; erects Caroline Park House, XX. App. 27.

Tarbet, Sir James, XV. App. 16.

Tarbet, John, waukmaster, XII. 153.

Tarbolton, Lord, XVI. 62.

Tarras, Earl of, VIII. 133.

Tavern-keepers, III. 125-30.

Taverners fined, XV. 3 ; regulations as to lodgers, 4.

‘Taverners' boyes,’ XVI. 100.

Tavernour, John, XII. 78.

Tavernour's Close, XII. 77, 78 ; XV. 100.

Taverns, business done in, II. 2 ; women not to serve in, XVI. 120.

Tawse, John, writer, XVIII. 165.

Taxton, XII. 8.

Taylor (or Cowan), Mrs. Ann, XVII. 135.

Taylor Christian, XII. 55.

Taylor Gilbert, granted gift of Canongate School, XX. 5.

Taylor Hary Lumsden, IV. 160.

Taylor (Tailyer), James, tailor, Canongate, XI. 51.

Taylor John Melvill (1684), IX. 129.

Taylor (Tailzier), Jonnet (1684), IX. 118.

Taylor Joseph, author of Journey to Edenborough, XX. 36.

Taylor Robert, shoemaker, II. 40 ; XVIII. 142 n.

Taylor William, highway robber, V. 99.

Taylor (Tailzeour), William (1610), XIV. 36.

Taylor's Close, XII. 138, 139, 141.

Telfer of Symington, XIX. 237.

Telfer Alexander (1635), XIII. 104-6.

Telfer Charles, XII. 27 .

Telfer Cornelius, XIII. 131.

Telfer James, treasurer, Restalrig Society, IV. 159-161, 163, 164, 166-9, 172, 173.

Telfer (Taliphore), John, contractor, encloses town's acres at High Riggs, II. 83; XVIII. 155, 156; XX. App. 13.

Telfer (Taillefeir), Katherine, wife of James Bannatyne, writer, I. 92.

Telfer Laurence, XII. 26, 75, 76.

Telfer Marion, wife of Bartholomew Somervell, IV. 146; XII. 76.

Telfer Mrs., of Scotstoun, I. 15.

Telfer Patrick, M.D., XII. 82.

Telfer Robert, mealman, X. 219 n.

Telfer Robert, painter, XIII. 50.

Telfer (Talfeir), Robert, cutler, XX. 102.

Telfer William, of Restalrig, IV. 175, 177.

Telfer's Close, XII. 26, 27, 75, 76.

Telfer's Wall, II. 73, 78, 83 ; XVIII. App. 31.

Tempest, Mrs., of Dalguise House, V. 163.

Templar, Knights, their property in Grassmarket and West Bow, XI. 14; XIV. 63, 106.

Templars' Land, XIV. 64.

Temple, Lady, XIII. 113.

Temple, (Tempell), William, chirurgeon, V. 115, 116.

Temple Lands of Canongate, I. 16 n.

Temple Lands, Castlehill, XII. 128.

Temple Lands, Orchardfield, XIV. 106, 116.

Templeman, Thomas, sergeant for sheriffdom of Edinburgh, X. 19.

Temple's Land, XII. 120.

Tenant, Robert, in King's Knows, XIV. 108 n.

Tenducci, Giusto, most famous of professional singers engaged by Musical Society, XIX. 213-6.

Tenducci, Signora, XIX. 215-16.

Tennant, John, of St. Rollox, his property at Bonnington, XIX. 177.

Tennent, Francis, provost, XVI. 21. See Tenant.

Tennent, Francis, flesher, XII. 22.

Tennent, John, skinner, VI. 97.

Tennent, Kentigern, XII. 22 ; XIV. 72.

Tennent, Patrik (1550), III. 80.

Tennent, Robert, skinner, VI. 73, 75.

Tennent's Close, XII. 21, 22 ; XVI. 5.

Tennis Courts, XI. 14 ; XII. 38, 47 ; XIII. 112 n.; XVIII. App. 12, 25.

Territ, William (1595), VI. 97.

Test, refusal to take, XVI. 118.

Teviot Chambers, XVI. 69 n.

Theatre, opposition of clergy to, II. 10; proposed building in Princes St. Gardens, XVIII. 96.

Theatre-going in Edinburgh, VIII. 170.

Theatre Royal, Shakespeare Square, II. 163; IX. 208-9 ; XIV. App. 10 ; XIX. 63, 64, 94, 218 ; Corri's engagement with lessee of, 217.

Theatres in Edinburgh in early eighteenth century, XI. 162-71.

Theatrum Scotiae, Slezer's, II. 88 and n. See also Slezer.

Theodoric, supposed author of Life of Queen Margaret, V. 8.

Theron and Aspasia, VIII. 176.

‘Thief Raw,’ II. 72 ; III. 72.

Thieves' Hole, Tolbooth, IV. 85-6; VIII. 123, 142; XVI. 72, 73, 131.

Thin, Robert, The Old Infirmary and Earlier Hospitals, XV. 135-63.

Thistle, Order of the, XIII. App. 14 ; XVII. App. 21 ; history of knights of, XVIII. 11; ceremonial of investiture, 31-2 ; chapel of, II. 225; III. 209, 242 ; XVIII. 28 n.

Thistle Court, New Town, first, feu in, I. 138; IX. 211.

Thistle Golf Club, XVIII. 10.

Thistle Lodge, I. 50; XIX. 62.

Thom, Marjory, vintner, XII. 154.

Thomas Rigg's Close, XII. 155.

Thomas of Wateristona, III. 32.

Thomas of Wateristona, surgeon, XVI. 189.

Thomas, ship, IX. 54, 67.

Thomas's Hospital, founded by George Crichton, abbot of Holyrood, VII. 3,

Thompson, David, W.S., XVIII. 160.

Thompson, Sir Thomas, of Duddingston, IV. 133.

Thomson, Adam, bailie, XX. 88.

Thomson, Adam, apothecary, XV. 46.

Thomson, Adam, brewer, XII. 123.

Thomson, Alexander, minister of New Kirk, St, Giles', XIII. 37, 98.

Thomson, Alexander, deacon of Skinners, VI. 71-4, 95, 106.

Thomson, Alexander, cutler, VIII. 35; XII. 153; XIII. 118.

Thomson, Alexander, merchant (1583), XV. 46.

Thomson, Alexander, taverner, XV. 46.

Thomson, Dr. Andrew, St. George's Church, XVII. 118.

Thomson, Andrew, Sauchie, II. 98, 100; VI. 121.

Thomson, Andrew (1526), III. 96.

Thomson, Archibald, tailor, XIII. 115.

Thomson, Charles, engraver, XII. 238; XX. 140.

Thomson, Charles, warded, IX. 121, 123.

Thomson, David, skinner, VI. 62, 102.

Thomson, David, cordiner, XIV. 44.

Thomson, Edward, son of Walter, X. 73.

Thomson, George, friend of Burns, IX. 106; XIX. 201, 202, 221 n., 244; on Tenducci and Stabilini, 214, 222.

Thomson, George, Stamp Office, XII. 35.

Thomson, George, town clerk, Musselburgh, XIV. 154.

Thomson, Henry, quarrier, XIII. 41.

Thomson, Isobel (1685), XI. 51.

Thomson, James, prior of Black Friars, III. 93.

Thomson, James, deacon of Candlemakers, XVII. 110-11, 127, 131, 132, 134.

Thomson, James, poet of the Seasons, III. 157; XII. 220.

Thomson, James, W.S., XVIII. 174.

Thomson, James, conventicler, VI. 144 ; VIII. 133; XII. 195.

Thomson, James, in Park of Mauldslie, VIII. 155.

Thomson, James, footman, XII. 201.

Thomson, John, writer, V. 80.

Thomson, John, painter, III. 115 ; XVII. 166 ; XX. App. 29.

Thomson, John, physician, member of Friday Club, III. 113.

Thomson, John, deacon of Skinners, VI. 91, 95, 106.

Thomson, John, carver, XII. 142, 143.

Thomson, John, stabler, IV. 134.

Thomson, John, tailor, Canongate, XIV. 36, 42.

Thomson, John, town officer, XVI. 103.

Thomson, John, bailie of Canongate, XVIII. 117.

Thomson, John, bassoon player, XIX. 49, 50.

Thomson, John, clockmaker, XIX. 17.

Thomson, John (1583), XV. 46.

Thomson, John (1631), in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Thomson, John, gardener, III. 223.

Thomson, John, covenanter, II. 99; VI. 136.

Thomson, John, in Livingstoune, VIII. 153.

Thomson, John, Shotts, II. 97.

Thomson, Friar John, III. 43, 96.

Thomson, John Maitland, advocate, XVII. 165.

Thomson, Joseph, covenanter, II. 95 ; XI. 47 ; XII. 166.

Thomson, Matthew, tavern-keeper, II. 154.

Thomson, Maurice, starch-maker, XII. 145.

Thomson, Patrick, city treasurer (1647), XII. 216.

Thomson, Richard, Shotts, II. 99.

Thomson, Robert, skinner, VI. 84.

Thomson, Robert, writer, X. 241.

Thomson, Robert, merchant (1583), XV. 46.

Thomson, Thomas, antiquary, III. 105, 106, 107, 110, 116, 121, 124, 125; original member of Friday Club, 113; IX. 1, 103; XI. 87, 92, 109 ; his Acts of Parliament, 109 and n. ; deputy clerk register, XVII. 166-7; portrait of, 168.

Thomson, Thomas, skinner, VI. 66.

Thomson, Thomas, baker, XII. 107.

Thomson, Thomas, warded, VI. 119; VIII. 123, 124.

Thomson, Walter, feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71, 72, 73.

Thomson, Walter, warded, IX. 138 ; XI. 51.

Thomson, Sir William, town clerk, IV. 141; V. 113 ; X. 249 ; XVI. 70, 73, 79, 83, 137.

Thomson, William, skinner, VI. 97 .

Thomson, William, W.S., XII. 114.

Thomson, William, in Calton, XVIII. 45.

Thomson, William, conventicler, VI. 133; VIII. 145.

Thomson's Close, XII. 113, 114, 123.

Thomson's Court, I. 13, 23 ; XII. 123.

Thomson's Place, Leith, XVIII. 5.

Thomson's Yards, V. 80, 81.

Thorn, David, Marrow-Bone Club, III. 177.

Thorniedykes, laird of, VIII. 150.

Thornton (Thometoun), John (1550), III. 79.

Thornton John (1683), warded, VIII. 153.

Thornton Lewis, skinner, VI. 67, 69, 100.

Thornton Symon, officer of Skinners, VI. 75, 98.

Thomtree, London Road, XV. 171.

Thomybauk, II. 127 ; XVIII. 177.

Thraple's Close, XII. 145, 146 ; XIII. 120, 125.

Three Riggs, XVIII. App. 17.

Threipland, Sir David, of Fingask, IX. 190.

Threipland, Sir Stewart, of Fingask, II. 4.

Threipland, Miss. of Fingask, II. 56 n.

Thyer, Geills, surveyor, V. 127.

Tilbourne, Cornelius, XVI. 127.

Tillidaif, William, warded, V. 114; XI. 69. See Tullidaff.

Tillo, Michael, of Hilcamo, VIII. 10.

Tilloch, Alexander, stereotyper, II. 14 n. See Tulloch.

Tillyhewan quarry, XV. 171.

Tilney, Master, XVI. 9, 14.

Timber-fronted buildings in Edinburgh, X. 69, 70.

‘Timothy Tickler,’ Noctes Ambrosianae, XII. App. 20. See Sym, Robert

Tincklarianism, XVIII. App. 13.

Tinkers, XVI. 129.

Tipperlixm, X. 55, 58, 80, 203, 206 ; chemical factory at, 207, 210.

Tipperlixm, Loan, X. 206.

Tirol, M., lecture on ‘French Teachers of Old Edinburgh,’ XVII. 7-8.

Tiviedaill, Robert, warded, VIII. 151.

Toak, Alexander, quarrier, XIII. 40. See Took.

Tobago St., XX. 59.

Tod, Alison (1542), III. 98.

Tod, Sir Archibald, provost, Gordon's plan of Edinburgh dedicated to, XII. 215; XIII. 125; XVI. 37 n., 40; XX. 29.

Tod, Catherine, wife of Walter Chiesley of Dalry, II. 146; XX. 29.

Tod, Hugh, merchant, XII. 84.

Tod, John, merchant (1775), XVIII. 171.

Tod, Sir Laurence, chaplain, V. 45, 46.

Tod, Margaret, wife of John Fawside, X. 156.

Tod, Patrick, merchant (1767), XII. 106.

Tod, Robert, merchant, XII. 96.

Tod, Sir Thomas, X. 38-40 ; XII. 63 ; XVII. 50; XVIII. 41.

Tod, Thomas, of Whitehouse, X. 38-9.

Tod, Thomas, Snowdon herald, XVII. 53.

Tod, Thomas, skinner, VI. 76 ; XII. 9.

Tod, William, burgess, V. 129.

Tod, William, leather merchant, XII. 9.

Tod, William, waxmaker, XII. 63.

Todrick, Archibald, XV. 108. See Todrig, Todrik.

Todrick, John (1508), III. 72.

Todrick's Wynd, III. 43, 94, 97, 99 ; XII. 82; carved stones in, XV. 108; XIX. 61.

Todrig, Alexander, ‘keiper of the King's Park,’ XVIII. 188. See Todrick, Todrik.

Todrig, Archibald, baker, XII. 82.

Todrig, George, merchant, X. 237.

Todrig, George, bailie, XII. 82.

Todrig, William, XII. 82.

Todrig's Land, XII. 82.

Todrik, George (1550), III. 80. See Todrick, Todrig.

Todrik, John (1508), III. 93.

Todrik's land, Leith, III. 82.

Tod's Close, XII. 9, 61, 63; XIII. 99; XIV. 59.

Tod's tanworks, XIV. 60.

Todshall, John (1665), V. 128.

Tolbooth, Broughton, XVIII. App. 19.

Tolbooth, Canongate, prisoners from Prestonpans lodged in, II. 32, 213 ; Covenanters warded in, 102; XI. 14; XII. 98, 180, 194, 206 ; XV. 80, 92, 93 ; XVI. 72, 97, 109, 110 ; prisoners escape from, 106, 131, 146 ; keeper of, imprisoned, 149 ; carved stones at, XVII. 40-2 ; history and description of, App. 21; XVIII. 109, 121; XIX. 23; XX. 99 ; Hammermen meet in, 90.

Tolbooth, Dean, I. 134, 135.

Tolbooth, Holyroodhouse, XV. 68 n.

Tolbooth, Leith, IV. 92-3; attempted escape of prisoners, XII. 184-5 ; XX. 62-4, App. 9. See Praetorium.

Tolbooth, New, III. 219; meeting-place of Parliament and Court of Session, 221 ; order of town council to build, IV, 87 site of, 88 ; Parliament vacates, 111-12 ; XIV. 12, 23 ; XV. 23, 24. See also Old Tolbooth.

Tolbooth, Old, I. 32, 36, 37, 41, 107 ; Montrose's head affixed to, 34; II. 7, 90, 98, 99, 103, 106, 171; Covenanters warded in, 102; III. 60, 98, 221 ; IV. 22, 24; town council meet in, 45; earliest known prison in Edinburgh, 78; Robert II.'s charter for erection of, 78 ; referred to as the ‘netherhole,’ 80 ; heads of noted persons placed on, 81-2 ; escapes from, 84, 107-8 n.; repairs on, 85, 86, 99; iron room, 85; partly demolished, 87-88; provost, captain of, 88 n. ; jail broken open and prisoners liberated, 88. 89; troublous times, 93; jailer imprisoned, 100; Regent Morton's head on, 101 ; the pest in, 102; James VI. releases debtors, 103; trouble among prisoners, 109; VI. 55; skinners contribute to building of, 33 ; John Wesley and, VIII. 196; IX. 20, 21, 39, 99; X. 95, 106, 150; XI. 9, 14; building material obtained from Chapel of the Holy Rood (St. Giles’), 131; XII. 32, 100, 185; XIII. 17, 24, 108; site of, XIV. 7, 8 ; tower of, 9-11 ; west block, 11 ; pulled down, 12 ; precincts in 1808-1817, 11-14 ; building described, 14-16; north front, 16-17; probable arcade, 16 ; prints and drawings of, 18 n. ; west front, 18 ; ground floor and south front, 20; doorway, 22, 78, 159; place of execution, 160; 170; lecture on, by Henry F. Kerr, App. 8 ; booths round, XV. 7, 14, 27, 41, 84 ; XVI. 58, 73, 105, 110, 191 ; bailie warded, 45; Johnston of Wariston imprisoned, 66 ; Hew Mackail confined in, 75 n.; escapes from, 92, 105, 120, 123, 156; Gordon of Earlston attempts escape, 131; Lady Colvill, an inmate, 135 ; keepers of, sued, 152; XX. 13, 101, App. 7. See also Orders, Prisons, Prisoners, Statutes, Goodman of the Tolbooth.

Tolbooth Records, IV. 75, 97 n., 112 ; extracts from, 113-44; V. 95-155; VI. 107-57; VIII. 101-58; IX. 115-76; XI. 21-73; XII. 157-208. See also Executions, Petition, Relief.

Tolbooth Church, II. 12 ; Wesley attends service in, VIII. 169; XI. 14; XIV. 174; XVI. 65 n., 111 n., 153

Tolbooth Close, XII. 65 ; XIX. 95.

Tolbooth Wynd, Canongate, I. 17; XII. 98, 99, 102.

Tolbooth Wynd, Leith, XI. 157 ; XII. 58 ; XX. 63.

Toll-bar at Bruntsfield, X. 242.

Tollcross, II. 127 ; XIV. 106-8; XV. 182, 185, 202; XVIII. 152, 157, 169, 172, 176-80 ; origin of name unknown, 176 ; lands acquired in 1642 by Thomas Moodie of Dalry, 177.

Tolls, candlemakers and, XVII. 120.

Toms, Alexander (1681), VI. 153.

Tontine Tavern, Fortune's, I. 144-5.

Took, William (1666), V. 132, 133. See Toak.

Topham, Captain, IX. 211 ; XV. 202 ; XIX. 53, 54, 61, 65-6, 73, 189 ; on Scottish neglect of horse-riding, XX. 111-12 ; description of riding school, 120; on Angelo, riding master, 123.

Torphichen, Elizabeth, Lady, XIX. 207.

Torphichen, James, ninth Lord, member of Wig Club, III. 141.

Torphichen, Walter, eighth Lord, XIX. 158.

Torphichen, Torrance, Alexander, XX. 25.

Torphichen, Rev. William, V. 170 and n., 172, 188; essay on ‘Virtue,’ 178.

Torrent, XV. App. 19.

Torry, James, cloth merchant, XIV. 147, 160.

Touch, Lady, XIII. 115.

Touch, William, Speculative Society, V. 170.

‘Toun End’ (Fountainbridge), II. 127.

Touris of Inverleith, XIX. 144. See Inverleith, laird of.

Touris Sir Alexander, of Inverleith, III. 94; XIII. 12912.; XVIII. 158.

Touris Clement, XIII. 65, 131, 140.

Touris George, of Inverleith, II. 62, 65, 75; sells portion of High Riggs to town, 82, 83; IV. 81; feuar on Burgh Muir, X. 71 ; acting chief magistrate, 81 ; XII. 28; XIX. 155.

Touris James, of Inverleith, XVIII. 152.

Touris John, of Inverleith, XII. 28 ; owner of High Riggs, XIV. 106 ; charter conveying lands to his son Peter, XVIII. 151-2 and n., 168-9, 177; XIX. 183.

Touris Josias, XIX. 156.

Touris, Mariot, wife of Henry Kincaid of Warriston, X. 145, 146.

Touris, Nicol, XVIII. 168-9 and n.

Touris, Peter, XVIII. 151-2 and n.

Touris, William, of Inverleith, II. 144 ; XX. 28.

Touris Close, XII. 28, 29.

Tournaments, XIV. 114-15.

Tower, The, Portobello, sculptured stones at, XIV. 53, 79, '84, 85.

Town captains take oath of loyalty, XVI. 76.

Town Clerk, XVI. 136; not to meddle with elections, 120 ; Rocheid's petition to King, 148.

Town Council, insignia on printed acts of, III. 8, 9; colour of robes, 12; make grants to Black Friars, 60 ; given yards and cemetery of Black Friars for erection of hospital for poor, 100 ; property of Black Friars given by Queen Mary to, 102; feus lands of Black Friars, 102; relations with Knox, 213 ; and St. Giles' Churchyard, 219; in eighteenth century, IV. 7-9 ; and Bartholomew Somervell's legacy, 146; and house of College professor, 146, 149 ; resolutions and minutes quoted, V. 68-71, 73, 75-78 ; receives grant of Black Friars' ground to erect hospital, 68; new site more suitable ; receive grant from James VI. ; relieved from condition in Queen Mary charter, 69; get control of High School, 70; new school in Black Friars' ground, 71; resolve to erect two churches, 74; benefactions from Lady Yester, 74 ; new High School on Calton Hill, 87 ; attend laying of foundation of High School, 87 ; grants feu to Paxton's congregation, 88 ; reservation therein, 89 ; request by Infirmary managers, 89 ; relations with crafts, VI. 18-20 ; and vassals in Burgh Muir, X. 22 ; licence to feu Burgh Muir, 67 ; encourage inhabitants to buy wood from Burgh Muir, 69; forbid wooden fore-stairs, 70 ; feu Sir John Craufurd's acres in Causewayside, 102 ; patrons of chapel of St. John the Baptist, 107, 142- 143; and Common Myre, 158; build St. Roque's Chapel, 167 ; dispones lands of Canaan, 179 ; and plague, 186-7 ; feu Burgh Muir, 192 ; sell superiority over Burghmuirhead, 202; parts of Burgh Muir sold by, 221-3 ; brewing company formed by, 227, 233 ; grant charter to Society of Brewers, 228 ; feuing of Bruntsfield Links, 244, 246 ; rights reserved anent Bruntsfield Links, 247 ; transfer golf from Bruntsfield Links to Braids, 252 ; resolve to drain South Loch, 257 ; efforts to improve Meadows, 260-1 ; and naming of streets in New Town, XII. 1 ; resolve to have names of closes painted up, 2 ; purchase 50 copies of Kincaid's plan of city, 224; and building of Parliament House, 21 XIII. 17-20; remove ruinous shops of goldsmiths and skinners, 23 ; make alterations in St. Giles', 27 ; decline to build church for South-East parish, 33; borrow money to complete Parliament House, 42, 45, 59, 62; movement to establish trading companies, 47 ; financial worries and excessive taxation, 48 ; to restore eastern partition wall of St. Giles', 63 ; petitions for financial help, 72, 77; construct boom across Leith harbour, 76 ; superiority of Canongate, Pleasance, and part of Leith conveyed to, 80 ; encroachments on North Loch, 83 ; grant feu to Hepburn of Bearford, 87-8; purchase Lochbank, 88-90 ; assess property owners for ministers' stipends, 94; acquire superiority of Canongate, XIV. 3; buy ‘Huntly House,’ 4 ; act anent stables, 125 ; and , Spanish Armada, XV. 52-3 ; order dyke to be erected round Kirk of Field yard, 14 ; lecture on, in Queen Mary's reign, App. 14-16 ; and candlemakers, XVII. 96, 97-100, 104-6, 138 ; purchase ten Scots acres at High Riggs, XVIII. 154; granted nine years' lease of portion of Salisbury Crags for quarrying, 193-4; buy St. Cecilia's Hall, XIX. 244; XX. 118, 121, 126, 133, 136, App. 13, 14, 16, 17. See also Magistrates.

‘Town’ of Dalry, XX. 35.

Town Eclogue, II. 199.

Town Guard, I. 32; II. 7, 24, 90, 92; supersession of, by Highland army, 38; IV. 39, 40, 49, 53, 81 n.; measure to abolish, 23; and Porteous mob, 24; origin of, 112; V. 137; VI. 114; IX. 191, 194, 197, 206; no member of, to be a sedan chairman, 195; X. 247; XI. 52; XII. 82, 185, 188; XIV. 141 ; last parade of, 170 ; XVI. 123, 124, 150: 171 ; magistrates to levy and pay 103 men; Patrick Graham, captain, 114; to be paid out of Common Good, 133; reduced to 50 men, 166; XVII, 73, 120; candlemakers and, 121 ; XIX 45, 76; XX. App. 16.

Town Hall, Leith, XX. 64.

Town Major, XVI. 101.

Town mills, attack on, XVI. 22.

Town Wall, XVI. 71; Mar's cannon batter, 21 ; repair of, 21. See also Flodden Wall and Wall, City.

Townis, James (1550), III. 79.

Townley, Richard, merchant, XV. 93.

Trade with the Continent, XV. 2-5 ; Committee of, XX. 31.

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

Trades, Incorporated, dispute with merchants, XVI. 86; masons and Wrights, 88-91; revolt against magistrates' decision, 94-100; rescue James VI., 99; Canongate inhabited mostly by, 100; prentices charged with causing uproar, 113; representation, 120; strengthened against merchants, 133; Four United, XVIII. 128.

Trades Maiden Hospital, II. 8, 62 n.; IV. 9; and Wrychtis-housis, 60; X. 82; XII. 139, 141.

Trades' ‘land’ (Calton), IV. 188; XIX. 99, 134.

Tradesmen, right of Lords of Session to employ unfreemen, XVI. 157.

Traile, John, bookseller, II. 3.

Traill, David, church provost, XIV. 113 n.

Traill, Effie, VI. 87, 88.

Traill, James (1687), XVI. 161.

Traill, Robert, covenanter, XVI. 50, 52, 72.

Trained Bands, II. 7, 21-2, 88, 161 ; IV. 53; X. 247; XII. 10, 45, 150, 155; white colours of, 144 ; XVI. 94, 99, 114, 172, 173, 176; XVIII. 29; XIX. 192.

Traquair, Earl of, XIII. 66-70; XVI. 39.

Traquair, Lady, XVI. 133.

Travelleler's Companion … to City, XII. 226.

Treason, VI. 109, 138, 149; VIII. 103, 117, 140, 142, 149, 151.

Treasurer, Town, no holder to continue above two years, XVI. 88.

Treasury, The, III. 228 ; Lords of, in Scotland, XX. 31, 32.

Treaty of Edinburgh, III. 59, 68 n.

Tremamondo, A. Angelo M. See Angelo.

Tremamondo, Antonio, joint riding master, XX. 132.

Tremamondo, Domenico, XX. 124.

Trent, Maurice, of Larkbank, XIX. 175.

Trials by combat, XIV. 115.

Triduana, saint of Restalrig parish, IV. 153, 157 n.; well of, 153, 157 n.

Trinity, altar of the. See St. Giles' Church.

Trinity, II. 234; plan of feuing at, XII. 232 ; XIV. 80 ; lands of, XX. App. 20.

Trinity College Church, II. 1, 12, 71 ; ‘purified ’ by Reformation mob, III. 65; 103; V. 69; X. 132, 177; XI. 14; XII. 40; XIII. 29, 64 n., 80; XIV. 53, 97; XV. 114, 127-8 ; carved stones, 128-33 ; XVI. 67 n., App. 9; vandalism, XVII. 7, 50, 62, 63, 65; stones from St. Paul's Work to be used in repairing, 55 ; XVIII. 36-8, 40 ; drawings of, App. 10; XIX. 92-4, 109, 126; XX. 98; Canongate Hammermen meet in, 90, App. 7.

Trinity Fair, VI. 80 n. ; XV. App. 10.

Trinity Grove, XIV. 163 ; XV. 198 n. ; literary associations of, XX. App. 22-3.

Trinity Hospital, Dean Park and Blinkbonny sold to, I. 125; VIII. 113; XI. 10; XIII. 117; gift to, XV. 17; 34, 40, 122, 135, 136; carved stones at, 132; garden of, 146; 167 ; XVII. App. 16; XIX. 171.

Trinity House, Leith, visit to, VII. App. 7 ; IX. 107; XIX. 158, 173, 185; XX. 62, 64; Magistrates and Masters meet in, 63; App. 9 ; buys acres in Newhaven, 22.

Trinity Hut, XV. 186.

Trinity Lodge, XX. App. 22.

Trinity Mains, XX. App. 22.

Tron, IV. 98, 127; V. 57; VI. 22; ears nailed to, XVI. 33, 52, 104, 158.

Tron Kirk, I. 112, 114; II. 12, 38, 181, 182, 185, 190, 195, 203, 204; panel above door of, III. 6; erection of, V. 75; IX. 190, 191, 193, 217, 218, 226; Sedan chair stance at, 194; XI. 9, 14; XII. 77, 97, 113, 144; purchase of ground for, XIII. 58-9, 112 n.; XIV. 46, 50, 81; inscribed stone at, 83-4, 162, 172, 173, 181 ; XV. 99; XVI. 65 n. 102, 111 n. ; XVII. 87 ; rioting at, 121 ; XVIII. 84.

Tron Square, I. 20.

Trotter of Mortonhall, apprehended for accusing Papists of burning Priestfield House, XVI. 106.

Trotter, Elizabeth, III. 205.

Trotter, Gavin, gipsy, IV. 110; X. 91-2.

Trotter, George, abuses town treasurer, XVI. 144.

Trotter, Henry, of Mortonhall, X. 225.

Trotter, Hugh, warded, XII. 201.

Trotter, Jean, of Mortonhall, XIX. 179.

Trotter, John, of Mortonhall, III. 205.

Trotter, John, manager of weaving industry, XVII. 59; obtains tack of St. Paul's Work houses for woollen or linen manufactory, 64.

Trotter, John, brewer, XII. 156.

Trotter, John, the elder, merchant (1635), XIII. 115.

Trotter, John, writer, VI. 129.

Trotter, Robert, contract re weaving industry, XVII. 60; legacy to St. Paul's Work, 61.

Trotter, Robert, advocate, XIII. 107, 120.

Trotter, Thomas, merchant, X. 225; XI. 136, 137, 140; XII. 56.

Trotter, William, of Ballindean, lord provost, XVIII. 85; his furtherance of scheme for new West approach, 88-90, 92, 96, 97, 99; and quarrying at Salisbury Crags, 200, 203, 207, 208.

Trotter, William, merchant, XIX. 80.

Trotter, William, & Co., confectioners, XII. 56.

Trotter's Close, XII. 44, 56, 57, 156.

Trotter's Court, XII. 56.

Trotter's lands of Blackford, X. 183.

Trotters of Mortonhall, III. 204; XII. 44; XV. 117.

Troyfet, Jonye, IV. 95.

‘True Funerals of Montrose,’ I. 35.

Trumbill, Agnes, XII. 77. See Turnbull.

Trunk's Close, I. 9; V. 158, 159; XII. 47, 48, 63, 85; carved stones in, XV. 121-2; XVIII. App. 32.

Trustees' Academy, IX. 104, 107.

Trynpyk, Dionece, tries to alter price of salt, XV. 16.

Tueddall, Alexander (1684), IX. 121, 159, 160.

Tuedeis land, III. 81.

Tuesday Club, III. 147.

Tullibardine, Marquis of, II. 6.

Tullidaff, William, warded, IX. 172. See Tillidaff.

Tullis, Bailie, XIV. 156. See Tullos.

Tulloch, Sir John Bayne, XIII. 117 n. See Tilloch.

Tullos, Michaell, III. 80. See Tullis.

‘Tumble’ river, XIV. 4.

Tunbridge Walks, XI. 170.

Tup-Well, IV. 92.

Turf Hotel, XIV. App. 10.

Target, bishop of St. Andrews, V. 7, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, 24, 25, 31, 32; writes biography of Queen Margaret, 7, 8, 23.

Turing, James, of Foveran, XII. 47.

Turing, Walter, XII. 47.

Turing's Close, V. 158; XII. 47.

Turings of Foveran, V. 158.

Turk's Close, XII. 63.

Turnbull, Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Preston, X. 58. See Trumbill.

Turnbull, George, warded, IX. 162 ; XI. 32.

Turnbull, James, covenanter, XI. 61, 66.

Turnbull, Thomas, publisher of octavo edition of Arnot's History, XII. 231.

Turnbull, Thomas, covenanter, XII. 167.

Turnbull, Walter, owner of Valleyfield House, XVIII. 176.

Turnbull, William, poet, XVI. 26.

Turnbull, William B., founder of Abbotsford Club, XVII. 10.

Turner, Archibald, minister, North Berwick, XVI. 64, 65.

Turner, A., minister of High Church, XVI. 104, 105.

Turner, Charles, engraver, IX. 95.

Turner, Dr., XIX. 178.

Turner, (Tumour), George, skinner, VI. 65, 93.

Turner, Isobel, III. 100.

Turner, Sir James, IX. 138 ; XI. 33.

Turner, James, cabinetmaker, XI. 34.

Turner, (Turnet, Towner), Peter, deacon of Skinners, VI. 71, 78, 82, 89, 90, 105.

Turnpike Road Act, XIX. 163.

Turnpike Trustees, XIX. 167.

‘Turtle Feast,’ III. 156.

Tweeddale, George, eight Marquess of, member of Wig Club, III. 141 ; IV. 11. See Tueddall.

Tweeddale, John, first Earl of, V. 74.

Tweeddale, John, second Earl of, IX. 122 ; XII. 86, 87 ; XVI. 183.

Tweeddale, John, fourth Marquess of (1754), XII. 87, 108.

Tweeddale, Court, I. 9, 18 ; IX. 212 ; XL 12, 14, App. 6; XII. 87; XIV. 150; carved stone at, XV. 112-13.

Tweedie, Alexander, gardener in Lauriston, XVIII. 156, 157. See Tuedeis.

Tweedie, (Tuedie), Gilbert, skinner, VI. 68,

Tweedie, James, skinner, XIII. 99.

Tweedie, John, his property in Burgh Muir, X. 178, 195 n., 196 n.

Tweedie, John, writer, XIII. 127.

Tweedie, (Tuedie), John (1682), VIII. 123.

Tweedie, Walter, skinner, VI. 71, 76, 103,

Tweedmouth, Lord, III. 205.

Twopenny ale, III. 135.

Twopenny Custom, IX. 210; XVIII. 81, 171.

Tyndale, Sir John, chaplain of St. Paul's Work, XVII. 51.

Tynecastle, XX. 56.

Tyro, King, of Scotland, III. 7.

Tytler, Alexander Fraser (Lord Woodhouselee), III. 144, 151; IV. 64; V. 188; treatise on ‘Supernatural Appearances,’ 186; a director of Musical Society, XIX. 233.

Tytler, William, his Enquiry into the Proofs of the Charges against Mary, Queen of Scots, VIII. 192 and n. ; XIV. App. 21 ; XIX. 201 ; his essay on ‘Fashionable Amusements and Entertainments in Edinburgh,’ 191 ; a director of Musical Society, 233.

Tytlers of Woodhouselee, IV. 69.