BOEC Original Series Volume XXXVI

DRAFT General Index to
The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club
Volumes 22-35

This document is a cumulative index of the second part of the Original Series of the Book of the Old Edinburgh Club published between 1938 and 1985. Unlike the index for volumes 1 to 20 (in volume 21) this has not been prepared by re-reading all the relevant volumes. Instead, the index pages for each volume have been scanned, run through optical character recognition software, and manually corrected. The entries from each of these indices have then been merged textually to make this document.

  • Note that this document has been produced with only little reference to the main text of the articles indexed.
  • Each entry has its original volume number at the end (e.g. XXXII).
  • Entries with the same, or similar, headings from different volumes have not been merged together. In some cases reference to the original texts in the relevant volumes will be needed to determine when merging is appropriate.
  • Some entries have notes indicating that further research is needed to check these entries (e.g. [NOTE …]).
  • Where entries contained text such as “father of the above” this has been replaced (if possible to do without ambiguity) with something like “father of [Smith, John]”.
  • Entries are ordered alphabetically with no regard to the type of item concerned.

A

Abbey Church : see Holyrood Abbey Church. XXIX
Abbey Close : see Holyrood Abbey. XXX
Abbey garden : see Holyrood Abbey. XXX
Abbey Gate, 111, 125. XXIII
Abbey House, Culross, 40. XXXI
Abbey Yard, 140, 205. XXII
Abbeyhill, 74. XXIII
Abbeyhill, 61. XXVII
Abbeyhill, 47; model dwellings, 39. XXXIII
Abbeyhill, 41-42, 45, 63, 80-81, 83, 89. XXXIV
Abbeyhill House, 198. XXV
Abbeyhill House, 90, 117, 159. XXXI
Abbotsford, 40, 85. XXVI
Abbotsford, 72, 79. XXXV
Abbotsford Park, 194, 201. XXXII
Abbotsford Park, 38. XXXIV
Abbotsford, parts of 1617 Cross of Edinburgh at, 55n. XXXIII
Abbotsgrange, 15n. XXXIV
Abbotsmeadow (Abbatismedow), 130. XXIII
Abden House, 234. XXIV
Abercorn, estate, 107. XXIII
Abercorn, Jas., second Marquis and first Duke of, 96. XXXIII
Abercorn, Lord, 74. XXIII
Abercorn, Parish of, 62. XXXIII
Abercrombie, Alexander, vintner, 126, 127. XXIX
Abercrombie, Dr. John, 29. XXXII
Abercrombie, Jas., bailie, 107, 118. XXV
Abercrombie, Mr. : see Dunfermline, James Abercromby, Lord. XXIX
Abercrombie, Sir Patrick, scheme for replanning city of Edinburgh by, 59. XXX
Abercrombie, Wm., ‘outed’ minister, 117. XXV
Abercromby, Alex., of Tullibody, 46. XXVI
Abercromby, Col. Jas., of Glassaugh, 46. XXVI
Abercromby, General Sir Robert, 144, 166. XXXI
Abercromby, Geo., of Tullibody, 46. XXVI
Abercromby, Jas., Lord Dunfermline: see Dunfermline, Jas. Abercromby, Lord Dunfermline. XXXIII
Abercromby, Lord, 14, 48, 71. XXVI
Abercromby, Lt.-Gen. Jas., of Glassaugh, 45, 63. XXVI
Abercromby, Margt. Keith, 63. XXVI
Abercromby Place, 63. XXVII
Abercromby Place, 77. XXXIII
Abercromby, Sir Ralph, 77, 110; colonel of Scots Greys, governor of Forts George and Augustus; attends lectures on Church History, 47. XXVI
Abercromby, Sir Ralph, visits Ainslies of Pilton, 45. XXV
Aberdeen, 38, 121n. XXXV
Aberdeen, convoy to ships trading with, 81, 85ff. XXVIII
Aberdeen, Geo. Gordon, third Earl of, 120n. XXXIII
Aberdeen, Gilcomston Pikemen of, 189. XXIX
Aberdeen Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Branch of, 20. XXXIII
Aberdeen University: see University of Aberdeen. XXXIII
Academy, Edinburgh, Leonard Horner a founder, 86. XXII
Academy, President of Royal, 75. XXVII
Academy, Royal, for Teaching Exercises. See Riding School. XXII
Academy Royal Scottish, 88, 91, 93, 94; accommodation for exhibitions, 89. XXVII
Account of the Arctic regions and the northern whale fisheries, 147. XXXIII
Accounts of High Treasurer, Scotland (quoted), 121, 123. XXIV
Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer, 7 and n. XXX
‘Ace of Clubs.’ See Dalrymple House, Bristo. XXII
Acheson, Alexander, of Gosford, 119 and n. XXIX
Acheson, Elizabeth, wife of Quentin Low, 135n. XXIX
Acheson family, 55n. XXXIV
Acheson, John, royal coiner, 18-19. XXXIV
Acheson, John, son of [Acheson, John, royal coiner], 2, 8, 9, 18. XXXIV
Achilli, Dr G., 29, 31, 118n. XXXV
‘Act for erecting several Public Buildings’ (1753), 181. XXII
Act of Classes, 106. XXIX
Acts of Parliament anent Poll Tax, 92; and dovecotes, 157, 161. XXV
Adair, Chas. Murdoch, 122. XXXIII
Adair, John, his map, 176. XXVII
Adam, Alex., Rector of High School, 212. XXII
Adam, Anna, wife of Wm. Miller, the ‘Auld Quaker,’ 210, 215, 227. XXII
Adam, Captain Charles, 148-50, 167. XXXI
Adam, Dr. Alex., rector of High School, 75 ; Latin grammar in English, author of Roman Antiquities, personal appearance and habits, funeral described, 97-8. XXVI
Adam, Dr. Alexander, Rector of High School, 109, 113, 133. XXXII
Adam, Dr. Walter, 98, 122. XXVI
Adam, Eleanora, 139, 141-2, 166. XXXI
Adam, Geo., of the Adams of Blairadam, 210. XXII
Adam, James, 24. XXIII
Adam, Jas., macer, Court of Session, 107. XXV
Adam, John, 198; his plan for Royal Exchange, 12. XXII
Adam, John, architect, 63. XXXIV
Adam, John, architect, 10 and n. XXXI
Adam, John, architect, brother of Robert, 249. XXIV
Adam, John, architect, buys Ross House, 20. XXVI
Adam, John, of Blair-Adam, 78, 135. XXVI
Adam, John, of Maryburgh, 72. XXIII
Adam, John, Robert and James, architects, 63, 99. XXXIV
Adam, Louisa, 101, 161. XXXI
Adam, Robert, 20, 23, 26, 27 ; designs frontages of Charlotte Square, 24. XXIII
Adam, Robert, 68, 72; supports School of Design, 71. XXVII
Adam, Robert, 29 and n. XXX
Adam, Robert, architect, 39, 45, 95. XXXIV
Adam, Robt., 110, 135, 137 ; architect of Riding School, 53, 82. XXVI
Adam, Robt., architect, and Royal Exchange, 12 ; reports on Musical Society’s scheme for new premises, 27; alters Wm. Mylne’s plan for North Bridge, 196. XXII
Adam, Sarah, wife of William Sheils, merchant burgess, 116. XXIX
Adam Square, 173. XXII
Adam Square, 49, 52. XXXIV
Adam Square, 152n, 160; proposal in 1824 for new road from Merchant Street to north of, 154 and n. ; proposed demolition of, 155, 165. XXIX
Adam Square, South Bridge, 59. XXXI
Adam, William, apothecary, 130. XXIX
Adam, William, architect, 10 and n., 40. XXXI
Adam, William, architect, his plan for Royal Infirmary (1738), 63. XXXIV
Adam, William, father of [Adam, Robert], 72. XXIII
Adam, William, Lord Chief Commissioner, 101, 139, 141-2, 144, 161, 166-7. XXXI
Adam, William, of Maryburgh, architect, 23 ; and Orphan Hospital, 158. XXVII
Adam, Wm., architect of The Drum, 194. XXV
Adam, Wm., druggist, 124. XXV
Adam, Wm., M.P., 99, 119. XXXIII
Adam, Wm., of Maryburgh, 249. XXIV
Adam, Wm., of Maryburgh, 20. XXVI
Adams, Geo., of Fleet St., London, scientific instrument maker, 166, 173, 174n, 176n. XXXIII
Adam’s Hut, Lasswade, 179. XXXI
Adams, John, debtor in Canongate jail, 93-94. XXXIV
Adams, Mary, beneficiary of Canongate Tailors, 101. XXII
Adams, Messrs., 8. XXIII
Adams, William, architect, 41. XXIII
Adams, Wm., work on Prestongrange House ceiling, 8. XXXIII
Adamson (Adamesoun), Alex., 151. XXV
Adamson, Henry, 117. XXIX
Adamson, Janet, in Bristo, 61. XXII
Adamson, John, Keeper of Parliament House, 141. XXIV
Addis, Rev. Dr. Thomas, 204. XXV
Admiral in charge of convoys, office of, conferred on Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 80. XXVIII
Admiral Terrace, 198. XXXII
Admiralty Street, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Adoration of the Shepherds, exhibition by Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 of Rubens’, 143. XXX
Advertising and newspaper agents, 64, 88n. XXXIII
Advocate, Lord, 2. XXV
Advocates’ Close, 239. XXIV
Advocate’s Close, 120, 136, 137, 139. XXXII
Advocates, Faculty of, 53. XXIII
Advocates, Faculty of, and charity workhouse, 39 ; pay no rates, 48. XXII
Advocates, Faculty of, contributes to Orphan Hospital, 157. XXVII
Advocates’ Library, 179, 233. XXII
Advocates’ Library, 12 ; Select Society meets in, 22. XXVII
Advocates’ Library, 174. XXIX
Advocates’ Library, 13: see also National Library of Scotland. XXXIII
Advocates, Library of Faculty of, 36, 46, 49. XXXIV
Affleck, James, baker, 129 and n. XXIX
Agenais, 143. XXXV
Agnew, Mr., 69, 75. XXX
Agnew, Mr, 84. XXXIII
Agnew, Sir Andrew, of Lochnaw, 50, 124n. XXXV
Agriculture, College of, 52. XXVI
Ahannay, John, 3. XXXIV
Aiken, John, bookseller, 55. XXVII
Aikenhead, Marjorie, 99. XXIII
Aikinhead, David, 119. XXV
Aikman, Marion, wife of James McLurg, merchant and bailie, 124 and n. XXIX
Aikman, Rev. J. L., 5, 113n. XXXV
Aikman, Reverend John, Independent Church in North College Street of, 160. XXIX
Aikman, William, 71. XXXIV
Aikman, William, portrait painter, 23. XXVII
Aikman, Wm., last of ‘gude lairds of Cairney,’ 108. XXVI
Aikman’s Close, 91. XXIII
Ailison, John, teacher, 113. XXXII
Ainslie, George, merchant, Bordeaux, buys Pilton, historic ancestry, 39. XXV
Ainslie, George, of Pilton, governor of Scilly Isles, 39-40. XXV
Ainslie, George Robert, eldest son of Sir Philip of Pilton, governor of Dominica, 40; author of Anglo-French Coinage, antiquary, one of Crombie’s Modern Athenians, friend of Scott, 41-2. XXV
Ainslie, John, his map of 1804, 42, 46, 115; of 1780, 43. XXXIV
Ainslie, John, map of Edinburgh in 1804 by, 31, 32. XXX
Ainslie, Margaret Jane, of Pilton, wife of Lord Doune, afterwards eleventh Earl of Moray, 44. XXV
Ainslie, Miss, 63. XXX
Ainslie, Mrs., teacher, 113. XXXII
Ainslie, P. B., of Pilton, boyhood reminiscences, 35. XXVI
Ainslie, Philip Barrington, his reminiscences of Pilton and vicinity ; born in St. Andrew Square, career, 43 ; pen-portrait of Sir Philip, his father, visits to Rocheads of Inverleith, 43 ; and Drumsheugh, 44-5. XXV
Ainslie, Place, 64. XXVII
Ainslie Place, 187. XXXII
Ainslie Place, building in 1820s in, 150,172. XXIX
Ainslie Place, origin of name, 44. XXV
Ainslie, Robert Sharp, of Pilton, 40. XXV
Ainslie, Sir Philip, of Pilton, 42 ; purchases part of Craigleith, military career, 39. XXV
Ainslie, Sir Robert, of Pilton, British ambassador to Turkey, Civil List pension, M.P. for Milbourne Port, baronetcy conferred, numismatist, publishes three volumes of drawings, 40. XXV
Ainslie, Thomas, smith in Calton, 157. XXVII
Ainslie’s Map (1780), 136. XXIII
Ainslies, The, 69. XXX
Aird, Christina, 59. XXII
Airlie, David Graham Drummond, fifth Earl of, 84, 94n. XXXIII
Airth, 9n, 14. XXXIV
Aitchison (Achesoun), John, advocate, purchases Drumsheugh, 73. XXV
Aitchison (Achesoun), John, ‘hospitaller,’ 122. XXIII
Aitchison, Charles, student, 12, 24, 29, 38, 49, 53, 60, 87-90, 95, 112n. XXXV
Aitchison, Chas., feuar in Parkside, 233. XXIV
Aitchison, Christopher, 4, 6, 8, 12, 19, 24, 27, 29, 34, 41, 45, 47, 59, , 65-66, 68, 77, 82, 85, 87, 89, 91-92, 94, 105, 108, 112n. XXXV
Aitchison, Miss, 47. XXXV
Aitchison, Mrs, 12, 24, 45, 49, 55, 61, 89, 90, 92, 104, 112n. XXXV
Aitken, Alexander, teacher of music in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 42, 91. XXIX
Aitken, Allan, father of David Aitken, 61. XXXIII
Aitken, Eliza: see Stodart, Eliza (Mrs David Aitken). XXXIII
Aitken Fellowship, Faculty of Divinity, University of Edinburgh, 63. XXXIII
Aitken, John, bookseller, 70. XXV
Aitken, Mary Carlyle, niece of Thos. Carlyle, 83. XXIV
Aitken, Mr., teacher of singing, 114. XXXII
Aitken, Mrs Margt.: see Law, Margt. (Mrs Margt. Aitken). XXXIII
Aitken, Rev. David, 70. XXVI
Aitken, Rev. David, diary, 1864-1875, 61-95; candidature for Chair of Ecclesiastical History at Edinburgh University, 61, 62; candidature for Chair of Logic at Edinburgh University, 62; death, 63; education, 61; Fellow of the Soc. of Antiquaries of Scotland, 85; financial circumstances, 62; hobbies, 63; illnesses, 63; letters to Earl of Minto, 88n; marriage, 62; member of Edinburgh University Dialectic Soc., 61; ministerial life, 61, 62, 63; publications, 63; retiral to Edinburgh, 63, 65; scholarship, 63; travels, 61, 63, 81; will, 63. XXXIII
Aitken, Rev. Jas., of Kilmarnock, 65, 89n. XXXIII
Aitkenhead (Aikenhead), Alex., 71. XXIV
Aitkenhead (Aikenhead), David, provost of Edinburgh, 71, 72, 74. XXIV
Aitkenhead, Anna, wife of John Livingston of Greenhill, 72, 74. XXIV
Aitkenhead, David Jas., advocate, 71, 72. XXIV
Aitkenhead, James, 4. XXXIV
Aitkenhead, Sir Patrick, Commissary General, 139. XXIV
Aitkenhead, Thomas, Commissary of Edinburgh, 136 and n. XXIX
Aitkenhead, Thos., original feuar of Greenhill, 71, 72. XXIV
Aitman, see Aikman, Rev. J. L. XXXV
Aitton, Alexander, 21. XXXIV
Aitton, John, 21. XXXIV
Aiulf, dean of Lothian, 145n. XXXV
“Albania of the Scots”, 141. XXXV
Albany Row, 30. XXV
Albany Street Congregational Chapel, 50-51, 124n. XXXV
Albany Street Congregational Church, 90n, 92n. XXXIII
Albemarle, George Monck, 1st Duke of, 108. XXIX
Albemarle, William Keppel, 2nd Earl of, 132. XXXII
Albert Ed., Prince of Wales, 77; children, 77; patron of Edinburgh Skating Club, 107, 114, 115, 134. XXXIII
Albert Hall, London, 102. XXXIV
Albert Hall, Shandwick Place, 209. XXXII
Albert Memorial, 65, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85; general and financial committee, 84, 85; pedestal, 85. XXXIII
Albert, Prince Consort, 52 ; proposals for memorial in Edinburgh to, 51, 56-8. XXX
Albert, Prince Consort, 44, 76. XXXV
Albert, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria, 98; equestrian statue of, 86; memorial to, 65, 79, 80, 81, 84, 85; patronage of Edinburgh Skating Club, 97, 107, 134; presentation medal of Edinburgh Skating Club, 107, 109, 134. XXXIII
Albert Terrace, 194, 201, 203. XXXII
Albert Terrace, 38. XXXIV
Alborough, a convoy ship, 93, 94. XXVIII
Alburche, Elysabeth de, 29. XXVII
Albyn Place, 52. XXXIV
Alcock, Dr., 64. XXX
Alday, Paul, musician, 100, 101. XXX
Aldinstone, David, Session-Clerk of South Leith parish church, 12, 13, 14, 20-1. XXXII
Aldridge, Mr., teacher of dancing, 114. XXXII
Ale and Beer, Town’s imposition on, 129. XXIV
Ale Water, 77. XXXV
Alemore, Lord. See Pringle, Andrew. XXIII
Alexander and Bucephalus, statue at City Chambers of, 200. XXXII
Alexander, Chas. J., Councillor, draper, 37, 39. XXXIII
Alexander, Claude, of Ballochmyle, 52. XXVI
Alexander, Forrest, 180. XXIX
Alexander, Forrest, shoemaker, 139 and n. XXX
Alexander Hayes’ Close, 58. [CHECK] XXXIV
Alexander I, 142. XXXV
Alexander III, 23. XXXIV
Alexander, James, writing master, 114. XXXII
Alexander, John, 148. XXIV
Alexander, Katharine, 57, 58. XXIX
Alexander King’s Close, 154-155. XXXV
Alexander, Misses, 68. XXX
Alexander, Mr, minister, 24, 31, 117n. XXXV
Alexander, Mrs, 106. XXXV
Alexander, Rev. Dr W. L., 18, 35, 116n. XXXV
Alexander, Robert, principal Clerk of Session,127 and n. XXIX
Alexander, Robt., wright, 113. XXV
Alexander, Sir Jas. Ed., author, soldier, 72, 91n. XXXIII
Alexander, William, Lord Provost, 82. XXXII
Alexander, Wm., Lord Provost, and city improvements, 6, 9, 12. XXII
Alexanders, The, 76, 77. XXX
Alexandra, Princess of Wales, 77; patroness of Edinburgh Skating Club, 107, 114, 115, 134. XXXIII
Alfred, Prince, Duke of Edinburgh, 67, 89n; Hon. member of Edinburgh Skating Club, 114. XXXIII
Alfred, the, a convoy ship, 98, 100, 102, 103. XXVIII
Alison, Alex., Extractor of the Signet, 2. XXIV
Alison, Alex., writer, 42, 43, 45, 48, 49, 55, 57. XXIV
Alison, Alexander, writer, 223. XXXII
Alison, Andrew, old bailie, 194. XXII
Alison, Archd., author of Essay on Taste, 100. XXIV
Alison, George, merchant, 127 and n. XXIX
Alison, Jas., merchant in Leith, 122. XXXIII
Alison, Marion, mother of George Sandy, 2. XXIV
Alison, Reverend Archibald, 115, 163. XXXI
Alison, Reverend Archibald, incumbent of Episcopalian Chapel, Cowgate, 70, 110. XXX
Alison Square, 148. XXXIII
Alison Square, a feu from Lady Nicolson, 82. XXII
All Saints Church, Brougham Street, 99. XXXIV
Allan, Agnes, sister of Jessy Allan and wife of George Ranken, surgeon, 60-118 passimXXX
Allan, Catherine, sister of Jessy Allan, 60-118 passimXXX
Allan, Charles, shoemaker, 139. XXX
Allan, David, master of School of Design, 73, 74 ; recommended by Robert Adam and Sir Robert Strange, his career, 72. XXVII
Allan, Francis, upholsterer, 180. XXIV
Allan, Helen, sister of Jessy Allan, 60-118 passimXXX
Allan, Henry, 5. XXXIV
Allan, Isobel, 96. XXIX
Allan, J. & R., drapers, South Bridge, 135 and n. XXX
Allan, J. & R., drapery firm, 37. XXXIII
Allan, James & Sons, bootmakers, Princes Street, 139. XXX
Allan, James, elder brother of Robert Allan and uncle of Jessy Allan, 89, 91. XXX
Allan, James, of J. & R. Allan, 135 and n. XXX
Allan, James, son of above, 89. [CHECK against text to prevent mixup of relatives!] XXX
Allan, Jessy, wife of John Harden, extracts from the journal, 1801-1811, of, 60-118; death in 1836 of. XXX
Allan, John, brother of Robert Allan and uncle of Jessy Allan, 67, 69. XXX
Allan, Michael, Dean of Guild, and Drumsheugh, 74. XXV
Allan, Michael, merchant and Dean of Gild, 125 and n. XXIX
Allan, Miss Nancy, retired milliner, 3, 12, 13, 18, 31, 59, 67, 85-86, 105, 112n, 135. XXXV
Allan, Miss, retired milliner, 4, 12, 13, 16, 17, 20-21, 23-24, 29, 33-37, 43-45, 52-54, 57, 59-61, 63, 65, 72-73, 77-79, 81, 89, 94, 100, 106, 111-112n, 135. XXXV
Allan, Nancy, daughter of James Allan and cousin of Jessy Allan, 89, 91. XXX
Allan, Nicol, brother of above, 89. [CHECK against text to prevent mixup of relatives!] XXX
Allan, Robert, banker, father of Jessy Allan, 60-118 passimXXX
Allan, Robert, of J. and R. Allan, 135 and n. XXX
Allan, Robert, son of above, 68. [CHECK against text to prevent mixup of relatives!] XXX
Allan, Sir William, 80 ; master of School of Design, 84 ; resigns owing to ill-health, 88. XXVII
Allan, Sir William, painter, 170. XXIX
Allan, Sir William, P.R.S.A., 18-19, 27, 116n. XXXV
Allan, Thomas, brother of Jessy Allan, 60-118 passimXXX
Allan, Thomas, merchant, nephew of [Allan, Michael, Dean of Guild], 74 ; and Drumsheugh, 76, 77, 78, 79, 83. XXV
Allan, Thomas, of Ingliston, brother of Robert Allan and uncle of Jessy Allan, 73, 81. XXX
Allan, Thomas, son of James Allan and cousin of Jessy Allan, 72, 74, 81. XXX
Allan, William, bailie, 153. XXIX
Allan, William, of Glen, Lord Provost, 145 and n., 149. XXX
Allan, William, teacher, 114. XXXII
Allan’s Close, 10, 11, 16. XXII
Allan’s Parks, 5, 9, 10. XXIII
Allanson, Thos., deacon of Canongate Tailors, 91. XXII
Allat, Sym, 4. XXXIV
Allen, Jas., W.S., of Redford, 215 n. XXIV
Allen, John, M.D., his career, 215 n. XXIV
Allen, Thos., printer and publisher, 122. XXXIII
Alloway, David Cathcart, Lord, 128, 142, 164-5. XXXI
Almond, River, 29, 88. XXXIV
Almond, River, 142. XXXV
Alness, Robert Munro, Lord, Lord Justice Clerk, 197. XXXII
Alston, Charles, Prof. of Botany, 53, 54. XXIII
Alston, William, W.S., 26. XXX
Altyre, 70, 156. XXXI
Alva, Lady, 55. XXVI
Alva, Lord, 5, 6, 9, 10. XXIII
Alva, Lord, 86, 87. XXV
Alva Street, building of, 87. XXV
Alvanley, Lord, 196. XXXII
Alvanley Terrace, 196. XXXII
Alves, John, 132 and n. XXIX
Alves, William, writer, father of [Alves, John], 132 and n. XXIX
Alwin, Abbot of Holyrood, 4 and n., 9. XXX
Amalgamated Union of Cabinetmakers, 18, 20; headquarters, Liverpool, 18. XXXIII
Ambrose’s Tavern, 66. XXVI
America, 55. XXIX
America, privateering during war with Britain, 97, 102. XXVIII
Amisfield House, Haddington, ice house at, 144. XXVIII
Amsterdam, 104, 106. XXIX
Anchor Close, 114, 120, 134, 137, 153. XXXII
Ancrum, Sir John Scott, fifth Bart., 120. XXXIII
Ancrum’s Regiment : see South Wales Borderers. XXXII
Anderson, Alex., merchant, 118. XXXIII
Anderson, Alexander, 26. XXX
Anderson, Alexander, coppersmith, 128n ; weathercock and globe for Tron Church steeple made by, 109. XXIX
Anderson, Andrew, H.M. Printer, 144. XXIV
Anderson, Andrew, printer, 49. XXVII
Anderson, Archd., original director of Commercial Bank, 206. XXV
Anderson, David, Examiner of Customs, 223. XXXII
Anderson, David, of St. Germains, secretary to Warren Hastings, 91. XXVI
Anderson, David, of St. Germains, 120. XXXIII
Anderson, Dr. Chas. of Leith, 143. XXXIII
Anderson, Dr. Rowand, 93. XXVII
Anderson, Edward, teacher, 114. XXXII
Anderson, Elizabeth, poetess, 45. XXVI
Anderson, ffrancis, W.S., 118. [NOTE Two lower-case fs] XXXIII
Anderson, Findlay B., C.A., 123. XXXIII
Anderson, Geo., Pres. of Glasgow Skating Club, 104, 105. XXXIII
Anderson, Henry, 56. XXIII
Anderson, Ian, obituary of, 183. XXXIII
Anderson, James, High School master, 114. XXXII
Anderson, James, Master of S.S.P.C.K. Charity Working School, 115. XXXII
Anderson, James, private teacher, 114. XXXII
Anderson, Jas., baker, 115. XXV
Anderson, Jas., classical tutor, 215. XXII
Anderson, Jas., of Clerkinton, 120. XXXIII
Anderson, Jas., Writer to Signet, his mansion in Potterrow, 65; author of Diplomata Scotiae ; career, 66-7 ; Sir Richard Steele occupies his house, 67-8 ; Steele suggests that nation should purchase his library ; sells his house to Sir Walter Pringle of Newhall, 69. XXII
Anderson, John, coppersmith, son of [Anderson, Alexander, coppersmith], 128 and n. XXIX
Anderson, John, his four daughters, 44. XXVI
Anderson, John, teacher, 115. XXXII
Anderson, John, writer, 133 and n. XXIX
Anderson, Joseph, Keeper of National Museum of Antiquities, 43. XXXIII
Anderson, Lilias, 12. XXV
Anderson, Margaret, housekeeper, 39. XXIX
Anderson, Margt., wife of Wm. Denholm, barber, 62, 72. XXII
Anderson, Michael, of Tushilaw, 101, 102. XXVI
Anderson, Miss, teacher, 115. XXXII
Anderson, Mr., 94. XXXII
Anderson, Mr, Royal Iniirmary’s representative in London, 63. XXXIV
Anderson, Mrs. Agnes Campbell or, 70, 114. XXV
Anderson, Mrs. John, deaconess in Glasite Church, 44; Jacobite home, 45. XXVI
Anderson, Mrs., King’s Printer. See Campbell, Mrs. XXVII
Anderson, Mrs., teacher, 115. XXXII
Anderson, Ninian, merchant burgess, 218. XXIV
Anderson, Pat., W.S., 119. XXXIII
Anderson, Peter, W.S., 122. XXXIII
Anderson, Rev. Dr William, 40-41, 85, 121-122n. XXXV
Anderson, Rev. James, 76, 128n. XXXV
Anderson, Rev. John, Curator, Historical Dept., Register House, 108. XXVI
Anderson, Reverend George, teacher, 114. XXXII
Anderson, Robert Rowand, architect, 96-101; career, 99; churches and schools by, 99-100; wins competition for new Medical School, 96-97; his design, 97-100; progress and alterations, 99-102; his design for McEwan Hall, 102. XXXIV
Anderson, Robert, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 90, 92. XXIX
Anderson, Robt., publisher, 145. XXVI
Anderson, Robt., tailor, Canongate, 106. XXII
Anderson, Samuel, governor of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 22, 24. XXIX
Anderson, Sibella, sings Jacobite songs, 45. XXVI
Anderson, Sir Rowand, proposed design in 1877 for extension of University Medical School by, 58. XXX
Anderson, Thos., brewer in Newington, 169 n. XXIV
Anderson, Thos., of Craiganes, 150. XXVI
Anderson, W. J. Kinloch, Councillor, clothier, 37. XXXIII
Anderson, W. P., Silences that Speak, 172. XXVII
Anderson, William, teacher, 115. XXXII
Anderson, William, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 92. XXIX
Anderson, William, weaver, 27. XXV
Anderson, Wm., junior, 120. XXXIII
Anderson, Wm., secy. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 98, 119. XXXIII
Anderson’s pills, 204. XXIV
Anderson’s Polytechnic, Glasgow, 135 and n. XXX
Anderson’s Printing House, 116, 145. XXVII
André, Major, 90. XXVI
Andrew, dean of Lothian, 145n. XXXV
Andrews-Weatherfoil, Messrs, heating and ventilating of Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Angier, Charles, teacher of elocution, 115. XXXII
Angles, 144. XXXV
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, 141. XXXV
Angus, Rev. Henry, Aberdeen, 39, 121n. XXXV
Animated pictures, 43. XXXIII
Ann Street, 186. XXXII
Ann Street, 46. XXXIV
Annals of Colinton, 38. XXXIII
Annandale, second Marquess of, 100. XXVII
Annandale Street, building in 1826 in, 172. XXIX
Annandale, William, paper maker, 54, 56, 58. XXVII
Anne of Denmark, 41. XXVII
Annuity for Ministers’ Stipend, public agitation in 1830 for making lawyers and members of College of Justice liable for paying share of, 150-1. XXX
Annuity Tax, 48. XXII
Annuity Tax, 35, 38, 39, 4011. XXXIII
Annuity tax, 92-93, 96, 130-131ns. XXXV
Ansketill, prepositus of Norham, 147n. XXXV
Anson, Commodore George, 154. XXXII
Anstruther, Jean, daughter of Sir Philip Anstruther of that Ilk, wife of George Ainslie of Pilton, 39. XXV
Anstruther, John, M.P., advocate, 119. XXXIII
Anstruther, Mrs., 92, 126. XXXI
Anstruther, Sir Wm., of that ilk, 148. XXIV
Antiburgher Church, Nicolson St., 204, 205. XXIV
Antigua Street, 65. XXVII
Antiquaries, Society of, 41. XXV
Antiquaries, Society of, 81, 110. XXVII
Antiquaries, Socy. of, Scotland, 122. XXVI
‘Antique Shop,’ 11. XXIV
Antiquitates Reekianae, 130. XXV
Anti-State Church Association, 107, 133ns; and see Papal Agression. XXXV
Antonius, Henry, wright, 42. XXXII
Antonius, John, son of [Antonius, Henry, wright], wright, 42. XXXII
Appendicularis, Norwegian skiff: see Dick, Norwegian skiff. XXXIII
Apprenticeship, agreement in 1638 of terms of, 176-7. XXXI
Approach Road, South : see George IV Bridge. XXIX
Approach Road, West : see Johnston Terrace. XXIX
Apted, Michael R., illustration of Prestongrange House ceiling, 8. XXXIII
Arbroath, threatened by a French privateer, 102. XXVIII
Arbuckle, James, 132. XXIX
Arbuthnot & Company, 16. XXV
Arbuthnot, Alex., Captain, 119. XXXIII
Arbuthnot and Guthrie, 56, 57. XXVII
Arbuthnot, George, teacher, 115. XXXII
Arbuthnot, Lady, Lady Provost, 92 and n., 106, 160. XXXI
Arbuthnot, Sir William, Bart., Lord Provost, 160. XXXI
Arbuthnot, Sir Wm., superior of lands of Mayfield, 190 and n. XXIV
Archdeacon, Miss, teacher of sewing, 115. XXXII
Archer, Archibald, 4. XXXIV
Archer, Rev. Dr Thomas, London, 40, 121n. XXXV
Archers’ Hall, 159. XXII
Archers’ Hall, 15, 28. XXVI
Archers’ Hall, 43. XXXIV
Archers’ Hall, 215 n. XXIV
Archers’ Hall, Edinburgh Skating Club dinner, 108; gardener at, 13, 16n; lease as tavern, 13, 14; Royal Company of Archers’ dinners, 13. XXXIII
Archers, Royal Company of, 120, 121, 128. XXVII
Archery, 123, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 149, 154. XXVII
Archibald, Francis, teacher, 115. XXXII
Archibald, James, 16. XXXIV
Archibald, John, 155. XXXV
Archibald, Mrs., seed merchant, 29. XXIX
Archibald Place, 27 ; feuing of, 29; entrance made in 1869 to Merchant Maiden Hospital at foot of, 31 ; building in 1820s in, 145, 150. XXIX
Archibald, Thomas, teacher, 115. XXXII
Archibald, William, writer, 136 and n. XXIX
Archibald, Wm., engraver, 215. XXII
Archibald, Wm., slater at Goosedub, acquires Cabbagehall Garden, 212. XXIV
Architect, The, 58. XXX
Architects, 2, 9, 29, 37, 41n, 45, 71, 72, 77, 81, 82, 85, 9011, 91n, 94n, 118, 123, 150, 151, 154, 155n. XXXIII
Architectural drawing, 87. XXVII
Architectural Institute of Scotland, 39, 57. XXX
Architectural Institute of Scotland, 53. XXXIV
Architecture of George Square, 136-7. XXVI
Arditi, Mlle., violinist, 66, 89n. XXXIII
Ardmillan, Jas., Craufuird of Ardmillan, Lord, 80, 81, 84, 93n. XXXIII
Areskine : see Erskine, Mary. XXIX
Argyle, Archibald Campbell, 8th Earl and lst Marquis of, 10. XXXII
Argyle, Duke of, 5. XXVII
Argyle Park, ownership by David Campbell, tailor, circa 1736 of, 32-3. XXX
Argyle Place, 32, 33. XXX
Argyle Place Church, building fund, 43. XXXIII
Argyle Square, 168, 169 ; built by a tailor, 172-3. XXII
Argyle Square, 144. XXX
Argyle Square, 131. XXXII
Argyle Square, 99. XXXIV
Argyle Square, 160 and n. ; Trades Maiden Hospital in, 12 ; meeting-house of Scottish Baptists in, 41. XXIX
Argyle Square, Edinburgh : house in, occupied by Trades Maiden Hospital, 5, 7-29; sold, 29. XXVIII
Argyll, Caroline, Duchess of, 132, 143, 154, 165. XXXI
Argyll, George, 6th Duke of, 143, 165-6. XXXI
Argyll, George, 8th Duke of, 103, 108, 133n, 138. XXXV
Argyll, John Campbell, 7th Duke of, 73. XXX
Argyll, John, 5th Duke of, 172. XXXI
Argyll Square Congregational Chapel, 36, 120n. XXXV
Argyll’s Lodging, Stirling, 40. XXXI
Ark, floating laboratory, 52, 54. XXXIII
Armed Associations, 158. XXXII
Armet, Helen, investigation of the history of Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Armet, Miss Helen, Convoys to the Trade on the East Coast of Scotland, 76-111. XXVIII
Armour, Andrew, 149. XXIV
Armour, James, 11. XXII
Armour, John, clerk, 166. XXXV
Arms silver, 107. XXIX
Armstrong, …, 98. [CHECK] XXXII
Armstrong, A. and M., map of Edinburgh in 1773 by, 32. XXX
Armstrong, Miss E., musician, 79. XXXIII
Armstrong, William, 26. XXX
Armstrong’s plan of 1774, 212. XXIV
Army, victual and meat contracts for, handled by Sir William Fettes, 157, 160, 161. XXVIII
Arniston, Lady, 8, 42. XXVI
Arniston, Lady, 223. XXXII
Arniston Place, 168 and n., 174, 178. XXIV
Arnold, Abbot of Kelso, 4, 9. XXX
Arnold, Thos., assistant City Architect, 1860, 151, 152, 155n. XXXIII
Arnot, Hugh: see Arnot, Hugo, historian. XXXIII
Arnot, Hugo, 50 and n. XXXII
Arnot, Hugo, and Netherbow Port, 13; and printing trade, 19 ; and Scots Magazine, 21. XXVII
Arnot, Hugo, estimate of cost of Tron Church by, 110. XXIX
Arnot, Hugo, historian, 150, 151, 153, 154. XXXIII
Arnot, Hugo, on poor rates and charity workhouses, 49-50. XXII
Arnot, Rev. Dr. David, St. Giles’, 95. XXVI
Arnot, Rev. Wm., 77, 92n. XXXIII
Arnot’s History (quoted), 149, 151. XXIII
Arnot’s History of Edinburgh, quoted, 4, 17. XXVI
Arnous, Peter, teacher of French, 115. XXXII
Arran, Isle of, 54. XXXIII
Arran, James Hamilton, 2nd Earl of, 2 and n. XXXII
Arran, James Hamilton, 3rd Earl of, 7, 15. XXXIV
Arres, John, 94. XXIII
Arroll, John, teacher, 115. XXXII
Arroll, Lady, 152. XXVII
Arskin : see Erskine, Mary. XXIX
Art, School of Applied, 93. XXVII
Arthur, King, 143. XXXV
Arthur Lodge, 155. XXIV
Arthur Seat, 111. XXIII
Arthur Street U.P. Church, 69, 127n. XXXV
Arthur, Thomas, 69-70. XXXIV
Arthurian tales, 143, 147n. XXXV
Arthurley (St. Leonards), 234. XXIV
Arthur’s Land, Canongate, 114. XXXII
Arthur’s lodging, 70. XXXIV
Arthur’s O’on, Penicuik House, 172. XXV
Arthur’s Seat, 136. XXV
Arthur’s Seat, 98. XXVI
Arthur’s Seat, 165. XXIX
Arthur’s Seat, 1. XXXII
Arthur’s Seat, 73, 147. XXXIII
Arthur’s Seat, 47. XXXIV
Arthur’s Seat, 45, 123n, 146n. XXXV
Arthur’s Seat, connection of Treverlen and Duddingston with, 1-9; early history of, 1-2 and n. ; ownership by Holyrood and Kelso Abbeys of, 7-8; possession by Abbey of Kelso of part of, 8 ; division between royal demesne and village of Treverlen of, 8; possession by Uviet the White of part of, 8; identitication with the Crag of, 8; grant by Uviet the White to Holyrood Abbey of part of, 9; see also Crag, The; Craggenemarf ; Mons Dolorosus ; Mount Dolorous. XXX
Arthur’s Seat, medical quack wants to build house on, 158. XXII
Artists, 9, 10-1211, 65, 67, 69, 75, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 88n, 89n, 90n, 92n, 93n, 94n, 95n, 99, 106. XXXIII
Artois, a convoy frigate, 100, 101. XXVIII
Artois, Comte d’ : see Charles X, King of France. XXX
Arts and Manufactures, 21, 92. XXVII
Ashfield, Chamberlain Road, burial place of John Livingstone in garden at, 199. XXXII
Ashfield, in Grange Loan, purchased for Trades Maiden Hospital, 42, 43. XXVIII
Ashfield, visited by the Club, App. p. 3. XXVIII
A-skating we will go, Edinburgh Skating Club Song, 109. 1 XXXIII
Aske, Mr., musician, 100. XXX
Aske, Mrs., musician, 100. XXX
‘Assemblies,’ balls and, visited and criticised by a French officer, 193. XXVIII
Assembly Hall, 88, 89. XXXIII
Assembly Hall, 49. XXXIV
Assembly Hall, 41, 122n. XXXV
Assembly, Mrs. Campbell of Monzie and dancing, 83. XXVI
Assembly Rooms, 192 ; Dr. John Taylor’s lectures for ladies in, 143. XXII
Assembly Rooms, 53. XXXII
Assembly Rooms (George Street), 125. XXXIII
Assembly Rooms, Caledonian Hunt Ball of 1822 at, 152-5, 159, 167 ; Peers’ Ball of 1822 at, 139-47, 158, 166. XXXI
Assembly Rooms, George St., 8. XXIV
Asses Bridge, 44. XXX
Associate Congregation of Leith, 143, 148n. XXXIII
Associated Artists of Edinburgh, 80. XXVII
Association for Aiding Country Lectures, 175 and n. XXXII
Association for the Defence of the Frith of Forth, 171-2. XXXII
Astley Ainslie Institution, 97, 98. XXIV
Astley-Ainslie Hospital, 202. XXXII
Astrologers. See Medical Quacks. XXII
Asymptote, Norwegian skiff: see Simmie, Norwegian skiff. XXXIII
Ataxerxes, performance in Edinburgh in 1802 of, 64. XXX
Atherton, Charles, appointment in 1829 as Inspector of Works for building Dean Bridge of, 168. XXX
Athol: see Atholl. XXXIII
Atholl Crescent, 52. XXXIV
Atholl Crescent, building in 1820s in, 149, 150, 163. XXIX
Atholl, Dowager Duchess of, renovates apartments at Holyroodhouse, 44, 45. XXIII
Atholl, Duchess of, 72. XXVII
Atholl, Duke of, 76. XXVII
Atholl, John, fourth Duke of, 120. XXXIII
Atholl, John Stewart, 4th Earl of, 157. XXXV
Atholl, John, 4th Duke of, 70, 75, 77, 143, 156, 164. XXXI
Atholl, John, third Duke of, 27. XXXIII
Atholl, Marjory, Duchess of, 124, 164. XXXI
Atholl, Marquess of, 149, 152. XXVII
Atkinson, J. J., elected to Council, App. p. 8. XXVIII
Atkinson, Mabel, 32, 40n. XXXIII
Auchalader, Campbell, 120. XXXIII
Auchendinny, 109. XXXIV
Auchendinny paper mill, 54. XXVII
Auchendinny, paper mill at, 47. XXV
Auchinleck: see Boswell, Alexander, Lord Auchinleck. XXXIV
Auchinleck, Lord, 43. XXVI
Auchinleck, Lord. See Boswell, Alex; XXII
Auchinreoch, 126, 144. XXVII
Auchnoul, 1. XXXIV
Augustine-Bristo Congregational Church, 154n. XXIX
Auld Provost’s Close, 149. XXXV
Aunt Margaret’s Mirror, 23. XXVI
‘Aunt Sarah,’ 208. XXII
Aveling, Rev. T. W. B., London, 50-51, 124n. XXXV
Avon, River, 142·. XXXV
Axbuckle, Jas., merchant, 172 n. XXIV
Ayr, 188. XXIX
Ayrshire, investigation of coast, 54. XXXIII
Ayscough, Jas., of London, scientific instrument-maker, 171. XXXIII
Aytoun, John, gardener, Bristo, 58, 59. XXII
Aytoun, Prof. W. E., 14, 116n. XXXV
Aytoun, Robt., his land in Bristo, 58-9. XXII
Aytoun, William, King’s Master Mason, 34. XXXI
Aytoune, William, diallist, 103. XXVII

B

Baak, Bethia, presentation to Merchant Maiden Hospital of, 10. XXIX
Baak, Duncan, merchant, father of [Baak, Bethia], 10. XXIX
Babylon (Leith), 58. XXXIV
Back of the Fishmarket Close, 115 and n. XXIX
Back Stairs, 135, 141. XXV
Backrow (or Backraw of Easter Croft of Bristo), 198, 199, 201 ; widened, 200 and n. XXIV
Backrow (Roxburgh Place and Richmond Place), 136, 141. XXIII
bagatelle, 109. XXXV
Bagimond’s Roll, 5n. XXX
Baglap (or Rigsland), lands of, 72 n., 74. XXIV
Bagnio’s, 57-67: and see baths. XXXIV
Bagster’s Polyglot Bible, 38, 120n. XXXV
Bailie Brown’s Close, 133. XXIX
Bailie Fyfe’s Close, 156, 157. XXII
Bailie Fyfe’s Close, 158. XXVII
Bailie Fyfe’s Close, 153, 160. XXVIII
Bailie Fyfe’s Close, 119, 120, 122, 134, 139, 143, 150, 151, 155. XXXII
Bailie Grant’s Close, 145. XXXII
Bailie, Robert, bailie, 26. XXII
Baillie, Colonel Hugh Duncan, of Redcastle, Co. Ross, 117, 128, 163. XXXI
Baillie, David, apothecary, 113. XXV
Baillie, Gavin, builder of East Morningside House, 80 and n. XXIV
Baillie, George, of Jerviswood, 126. XXIX
Baillie, George, of Jerviswood, 58. XXXIV
Baillie, Grace, 126. XXXI
Baillie, James, W.S., 62, 67, 68. XXV
Baillie, Lady Grisell, visits to Rae’s bagnio by, 58-59. XXXIV
Baillie, Lady Grissel, 103. XXV
Baillie, Lady Grizel, 38, 39 and n. XXXII
Baillie, Lady Mary, 106, 117, 162-3. XXXI
Baillie, Lt.-Col. Robt., East India Co., 90. XXVI
Baillie, Peter, a ‘character,’ 183-4. XXVII
Baillie, Sir William, of Polkemmet, Bart., 162. XXXI
Baillie, Sir Wm., son of Lord Polkemmet, 90. XXVI
Baillie, Wm., Lord Polkemmet, 89. XXVI
Bailly, Michael, writer, 142. XXIV
Baily, F. G., Professor, 124. XXXIII
Baily, Geo., resident near Fisherrow in 19th C., 48; birth, 48. XXXIII
Bain, James, feuar of Bainfield, 11. XXV
Bain, John, designer, 70, 72. XXVII
Baine, John, typefounder, Philadelphia, 44. XXVIII
Baird, Alexander, merchant and bailie, 124 and n. XXIX
Baird, Hugh, builder of Union Canal, 150. XXX
Baird, Hugh, engineer, proposal for Edinburgh canal by, 48. XXXIV
Baird, James, 185. XXIX
Baird, Jas., of the Exchequer, 100. XXVI
Baird, Joseph, writer, 118. XXXIII
Baird, Patrick, teacher, 115. XXXII
Baird, Sir David, hero of Seringapatam, 29, 89. XXII
Baird, Sir David, of Seringapatam, 25, 120. XXVI
Baird, Sir Jas. Gardiner, of Saughtonhall, 69, 90n. XXXIII
Baird, William, of Newbyth, property on Castlehill of, 25, 27. XXX
Baird, Wm., of Newbyth, 89. XXII
Baird, Wm., of Newbyth, 24. XXVI
Bairnsfather, David, 21. XXXIV
baith-fatts, 57. XXXIV
Bakehouse Close, 261. XXII
Baker, Henry, microscopist in London, 167, 175n; letter from John Finlayson, 166; letter to Robt. Blair, of Athelstaneford, 166. XXXIII
Baker, Miss, 107. XXX
Baker, Mrs., actress and teacher, 115. XXXII
Bakers, employment dispute, 33, 40n; Hamilton Place, 29. XXXIII
Bakers’ Incorporation, 152. XXIX
Bakers’ Incorporation, 16 ; granary at foot of Bell’s Brae in Water of Leith village built by, 14 and n.; buildings erected on south bank of Water of Leith in 1642-1659 by, 14-15 and nn. ; inn in Water of Leith village used by, 17. XXX
Bakers. See Baxters. XXII
Balcanquhal, Dr. Robert, responsibility for erection of Heriot’s Hospital of, 33. XXXI
Balcanquhal, Walter, trustee under Geo. Heriot’s will, 218. XXII
Balcarres, Countess of, mother of authoress of ‘Auld Robin Gray,’ 133. XXVI
Balcarres, fifth Earl of, Mrs. Alison Cockburn and, 133. XXVI
Balcarres Street, 203. XXXII
Balclawie, Hector, bowmaker and bailie of Canongate, 2. XXXIV
Balderston, William, W.S., 223. XXXII
Balderston, Wm., W.S., apprentice to Scott’s father, 51. XXVI
Balderstone, Janet, housekeeper and governess, 39. XXIX
Balemo, 85. XXXIV
Balerno, paper mills at, 188. XXXII
Balfour & Sons, paper makers, 47, 70. XXV
Balfour, Captain John, 36. XXV
Balfour, Colonel Henry, 36. XXV
Balfour, Dr Thos. A. G., 74, 76. XXXIII
Balfour, James, of Balbirnie, 124-5, 164. XXXI
Balfour, James, of Pilrig, 51. XXVII
Balfour, James, of Pilrig, 10, 211 and n. XXV
Balfour, Jas., junior, of Pilrig: see Balfour-Melville, Jas., W.S. XXXIII
Balfour, Jas., of Pilrig, 119n; skating medal, 133. XXXIII
Balfour, Jas., of Pilrig, W.S., 40. XXVI
Balfour, John, bookseller, 213 and n. XXV
Balfour, John, of Pilrig, bookseller and publisher, 99, 119. XXXIII
Balfour, John, paper maker, 51, 52. XXVII
Balfour, Lady Eleanor, 122, 124-5, 164. XXXI
Balfour, Lady Frances, 63. XXVI
Balfour, Laurence, 67. XXIII
Balfour, Lieutenant-General Robert, of Balbirnie, 167. XXXI
Balfour, Louisa, of Pilrig, 211 n. XXV
Balfour, Mrs. Eglantine, 154, 167. XXXI
Balfour Paul, Sir Jas.: see Paul, Sir Jas. Balfour. XXXIII
Balfour, R. D., 123. XXXIII
Balfour, Rev. Lewis, 52. XXVII
Balfour, Robert, teacher, 116. XXXII
Balfour, Sir Andrew, physician, 53, 54. XXIII
Balfour, Sir James, 161. XXXV
Balfour, Thos. A. G., M.D., 161. XXVI
Balfour, Wm., Captain, 119. XXXIII
Balfour-Melville, E.S., W.S., 187, 188. XXXII
Balfour-Melville, Jas., W.S., 121, 122. XXXIII
Balfour-Melville, Miss, of Pilrig, 160. XXII
Balfours of Pilrig, 102. XXVII
Balfours of Pilrig, members of Edinburgh Skating Club, 99. XXXIII
Balgray, David Williamson, Lord, 119. XXXIII
Balgray, Lord. See Ewart, David W. R. XXVI
Ballachulish slate, used at Merchiston Tower, 7. XXXIII
Ballantine (or Bellenden), Robert, Abbot of Holyrood, 113, 115, 116. XXIII
Ballantine, James, The Gaberlanzie’s Wallet, 39. XXX
Ballantine, Jas., Scott’s printer, 33, 34. XXII
Ballantine, John, Ensign, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Ballantine, Thos., Quaker, 217. XXII
Ballantyne, Helen, 96. XXV
Ballantyne, James, printer, Canongate, 64-7. XXVIII
Ballantyne, James, publisher, 116. XXXII
Ballantyne, John, 81, 128n. XXXV
Ballantyne, John, artist in London, 65. XXVIII
Ballantyne, John, designer of Edinburgh Skating Club medal, 107, 133. XXXIII
Ballantyne, John, publisher, 116. XXXII
Ballantyne, R. M., author of travel and adventure books, 65. XXVIII
Ballantyne, Rev. James, Earlston, 69, 71, 127n. XXXV
Ballantyne, Robt. Michael, 43. XXXIII
Ballentine, Wm., W.S., 121. XXXIII
Ballingall, David, teacher, 116. XXXII
Balm Well, Liberton, 169. XXVII
Balmain, Messrs, 30. XXXV
Balmain, Miss, 44, 63. XXXV
Balmain, Misses, 30, 109. XXXV
Balmain, Mr, Leith, 3, 112n. XXXV
Balmain, Mrs, Leith, 16, 29, 47, 55, 62, 66, 92, 101, 112n. XXXV
Balmerino, Arthur, sixth and last Lord, 69. XXIII
Balmerino, Jas., first Lord, succeeds Logans in lands of Restalrig, 64. XXIII
Balmerino, John, fifth Lord, 69. XXIII
Balmerino, John, fourth Lord, sells Barnton, 109. XXVII
Balmerino, John, Master of, 66, 67, 68 ; and Piershill, 64. XXIII
Balmerino, John, 2nd Lord, 34. XXXIV
Balmoral, 88. XXXV
Balmuto, Lord, 43. XXVI
Balm-well of St. Cattherine, 137-142; annual procession to, 138; defacement by Protector’s soldiers, 139; door lintel, 141; drawings, 140, 142n; grill, 141; repair after Restoration, 139; royal patronage, 138, 141n; see also St. Katherine’s oil. XXXIII
Balmwell Terrace, 137. XXXIII
Balnagown Case, 222. XXXII
Balnaves (Balnavis), Henry, of Halhill, 105. XXIII
Balneaves, Col. John, of Cairnbadie, 60. XXVI
Balsillie, Jas., 149. XXVI
Baltic ports, prosecution of vessels trading with, 99-109. XXVIII
Bancrieff, 2. XXXIV
Band of Hope, 39. XXXIII
Bane, Rory, 121, 150. XXVII
Banffshire Journal, 49. XXXV
Bangholm, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Banister, John, comedian, performances in Edinburgh in 1803 in John Bull and The Prize of, 90. XXX
Bank House, Churchill, 202. XXXII
Bank House, early home of Archbishop Lang, 86-7. XXIV
Bank of Scotland, 12, 21. XXII
Bank of Scotland, 13, 14, 79. XXIV
Bank of Scotland, 117. XXVI
Bank of Scotland, 46, 50. XXVII
Bank of Scotland, 116. XXIX
Bank of Scotland, 120. XXXIII
Bank of Scotland (Mound), 42, 46. XXXIV
Bank of Scotland, forgery of notes of, 167. XXXV
Bank of Scotland, The Mound, 45, 46, 49, 53, 93, 109 ; proposed design by Thomas Hamilton, architect, for, 58-9. XXX
Bank Street, 154, 156 ; tavern in, 58. XXIX
Bank Street, 45, 93. XXX
Bank Street, 41-43, 49. XXXIV
Bank-notes, making of, 45. XXVII
Banks, Mungo, 175. XXXI
Banks, see British Linen Company; National Security Savings Bank. XXXV
Banks, Sir Joseph, 147. XXXIII
Bannantyne, Maitland, 185. XXIX
Bannatyne Club, 227. XXII
Bannatyne Club, 132. XXV
Bannatyne, James, W.S., 69-70. XXXIV
Bannatyne, Janet, first wife of Gilbert Kirkwood, 161, 162, 166. XXII
Bannatyne, Janet, wife of Geo. Foulis, first of Ravelston, 182. XXV
Bannatyne, Janet, wife of Henry Nisbet of Dean, 203. XXII
Bannatyne, John, land for Tron Church purchased from, 98. XXIX
Bannatyne, Lord, 37. XXIII
Bannatyne, Lord, 71. XXVI
Bannatyne, Mr., 99. XXXI
Bannatyne, Mr John, 22. XXXIV
Bannatyne, Robt., glover, 162. XXII
Banner Lodge, 86. XXIV
Banner Place, 204. XXXII
Banner Villa, 86 and n. XXIV
Bannockburn’s ‘Land,’ 97. XXV
Banvard’s Mississippi, 25, 118n, 139. XXXV
Baptie, John, vintner, 31. XXX
Baptist Church, Morningside Road, 201. XXXII
Baptista, John, medical quack, sets up stage in High Street, 135 ; armed with His Majesty’s warrant ; Surgeons oppose, 136; removal of his stage proposed; but ultimately allowed extension of licence, 137. XXII
Baptists Covenants Close, 44, 50-1. XXXI
Bar, Hugh, 57. XXXIV
Barbadoes, ships from, to have convoy, 86. XXVIII
Barbarossa, performance in Edinburgh in 1804 of, 104. XXX
Barber, John, carver, 75. XXVII
Barbers’ Hall, 139. XXXII
Barbers of Canongate, 92. XXII
Barbersburn, 63. XXIII
Barber-Surgeons, 113. XXVII
Barbour, Geo. F., of Bonskeid, 141. XXVI
Barbour, Robert, teacher, 116. XXXII
Barcar, Sir Alexander, vicar of Petyname, 68. XXXIV
Barclay, Anna, widow of — Bell, chamberlain to Countess of Rothes, 123. XXIX
Barclay, Anna, wife of Major George Wishart, 121. XXIX
Barclay, Anthony, W.S., buys Piershill for military purposes, 75. XXIII
Barclay, Chas. Maitland, 103. XXVI
Barclay Church, 193, 205, 207, 216. XXXII
Barclay, Col. David, of Urie, 204. XXII
Barclay, Dr John, 140. XXXV
Barclay, James, teacher, 116. XXXII
Barclay, Janet, wife of John Cameron, minister at Kincardine, 132. XXIX
Barclay, John, 4. XXXIV
Barclay Place, 195. XXXII
Barclay, Robt., the Quaker, 204-5. XXII
Barclay Terrace, 206. XXXII
Barclay, The Misses, teachers, 116. XXXII
Barclay, Wm., optical instrument-maker, 166. XXXIII
Barjarg, Lord, 4, 5, 9. XXIII
Barjarg, Lord. See Erskine, Jas. XXV
Barjarg, Lord. See Erskine, Jas. XXVI
Barker, Mrs., teacher, 116. XXXII
Barnard, Lady Ann, 133 ; visits George’s Square Assembly Rooms, 134. XXVI
Barnard, Lady Anne. See Lindsay. XXIV
Barnard’s Mississippi, see Banvard’s Mississippi. XXXV
Barnbougle, 213. XXV
Barnes, Christian, sister of [Barnes, Alexander], 135 and n. XXIX
Barnes, Alexander, 135n. XXIX
Barnton, 84, 87, 89. XXXIV
Barnton Avenue, 87. XXXIV
Barnton estate, 55. XXVI
Barnton House, sundials at, 109. XXVII
Baron, Grahame, of Morphie, 150. XXVI
Baron Maule’s Close, 122, 135, 141. XXXII
Baron, Miss, afterwards wife of Thomas Allan, cousin of Jessy Allan, 72, 74. XXX
Baron, Mr., 74. XXX
Baron, Mrs., 74. XXX
Barons of Braid, 26. XXVII
Barony Street Bath, Leith, 65. XXXIV
Barony Street, 113-114ns, 138. XXXV
Barr, J. & Co., building contractors for Scotland Street Tunnel, 160. XXXIII
Barra, 35. XXVII
Barras, 30. XXXIV
Barras chapel, 6. XXIV
Barratt, Thomas J., 124. XXX
Barrel organs, 210-11. XXXII
Barrell, Lieutenant-General William, 55. XXXII
Barrenger’s Close, 128. XXIX
Barret, James, teacher, 116. XXXII
Barrett, W. F., Professor, of Dublin, 43. XXXIII
Barrie, Alexander, teacher of English, 1 16. XXXII
Barrie, J. A., elected to Council, App. p. 8. XXVIII
Barrie, Mrs., teacher of needlework, 116. XXXII
Barringer’s Close, 123, 137, 139, 152. XXXII
Barrisdale : see Macdonald (or Macdonell), Archibald, of Barrisdale. XXXII
Bartan, Andrew, 20. XXXIV
Bartholmeus Bulwerk, 3. XXXII
Bartholomew, John G., 96 n. XXIV
Bartholomew, William, and lands of St. Leonards, 128. XXIII
Bartlet, Alexander, teacher, 116. XXXII
Barton, Henry, 69. XXXIV
Barton, James, 70. XXXIV
Barton, John, son of Robert of Over Barton, skipper of the Great Michael, 105, 108. XXIII
Barton, Margaret, wife of Thomas Thomson, 108. XXIII
Barton, Robert, of Overbarnton, Lord High Treasurer, 69-71. XXXIV
Barton, Robert, son and heir of John Barton, his lands at Duddingston, 102, 108, 109. XXIII
Barton’s Close: see Robert Barton’s Close. XXXIV
Basilikon Doron, by James VI, 40. XXVII
Basin : see Port Hopetoun. XXIX
‘Basket Scythe,’ invented by Peter Williamson, 262. XXII
Bass Rock, defence of (1691-94), 220. XXII
Bassandyne, Thomas, printer, 52, 60. XXV
Bastard Feudalism, effects on planning of castles of, 36 and n. XXXI
Bastille, fall of, 41. XXIX
Bath Establishment, Hill St., 65. XXXIV
bath, plunge, 36, 49, 50, 54, 60, 120n, 139. XXXV
bath-chamber, first mention of in Edinburgh, 1518, 57. XXXIV
bath-chamber, in Canongate, 1686, 58. XXXIV
bath-chamber, stove, earliest in Scotland in Leith, 1654, 57-58. XXXIV
Bathgate, 115. XXXIII
Bathgate, 51. XXXIV
Bathgate, Katharine C., governess (1857-1870) of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 51-52, 69, 79, 80, 91. XXIX
Baths and Bagnio’s in Edinburgh, 57-67. XXXIV
baths, Finnish, 57. XXXIV
baths, public, in Portobello (1804), 79. XXXIV
baths, Roman, at Antonine Wall forts, 57. XXXIV
baths, Russian, 57. XXXIV
baths, sauna, 57. XXXIV
baths, sea water, 65. XXXIV
baths, Turkish, 57. XXXIV
Bathymetrical survey of Scottish fresh-water lochs, 53, 56. XXXIII
Battlehaughs, 7, 12n, 19. XXXIV
Baugh, Mrs. John, 38, 39. XXVI
Baugh, Mrs. T. Ffolliot, 120. XXVI
Bavarian State Archives, drawing of Edinburgh Castle, 10. XXXIII
Bavelaw, lands of, 28; held by lords of Brad, 28, 29. XXVII
Baxendine, Andrew, bookseller, 131. XXX
Baxter, … [no prename given] architect, submits plan for layout of Picardy, 29, 30. XXV
Baxter, John, 198. XXII
Baxter, Richard, maltman, Canongate, 10n. XXXIV
Baxter, Sir David, 97. XXXIV
Baxter’s Close, 136. XXXII
Baxters’ Incorporation, 92, 116. XXII
Baxters’ Incorporation, 71, 72. XXV
Baxter’s Place, 65. XXVII
Baxter’s Place, building in 1823 in, 147. XXIX
Bayne, John, of Pitcarlie, W.S., 117, 118. XXIX
Bayne, John, teacher, 116. XXXII
Bayne, Roderick, writer, 118. XXIX
Bayne’s Land, Blackfriars’ Wynd, 130. XXXII
Beable, W. H., The Romance of Great Businesses, 124n. XXX
Beaconsheld, Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of: see Disraeli, Benjan1in, Earl of Beaconsfield. XXXIII
Bearcroft, 14. XXXIV
Bearford’s Park, as settlement for French weavers, 8. XXV
Bearford’s Parks, 174, 175, 191. XXII
Bearford’s Parks, 5, 6, 153. XXIII
Bearford’s Parks, 12. XXVII
Bearford’s Parks. See Lochbank. XXIV
Beat, David, writing master, 116. XXXII
Beaton, Andrew, 152, 157. XXXV
Beaton, James, Archbishop of Glasgow, 152, 157. XXXV
Beaton, Jas., Archbishop of Glasgow, 242. XXIV
Beaton, John, his letter of 1567, 150-155, 157-158, 159n. XXXV
Beaton, Katharine, wife of Alexander Borthwick, vintner burgess, 121. XXIX
Beaton, palace of Cardinal, 131, 132, 133. XXV
Beaton’s (Card.) Palace, 241 ; built by Archp. Beaton, 242 ; its appearance, 245. XXIV
Beatson, Robert, baxter, Canongate, 157. XXVII
Beatt, William, teacher, 116. XXXII
Beattie, Hamilton, architect, 137 and n. XXX
Beattie, Mr., builder, 200. XXXII
Beauclerk, Lord George, 95. XXXII
Beauclerk’s Regiment : see Nineteenth Foot, or, Princess of Wales’ Own (Yorkshire) Regiment. XXXII
Bede, The Venerable, 143. XXXV
Bedemen’s (Beidmannis) Croft of St. Leonard’s gait, 224. XXIV
Bedlam, 144. XXV
Bedlam, 13, 14, 29. XXIX
Bedlam, 49. XXXIV
Bedlam in Bristo, used as infirmary and hospice, 40. XXII
Bedlormie, 8, 14. XXXIV
Beeck, Geo., perfumer, 115. XXV
Beek, Nicolaas: see Beets Nicolaas, translator. XXXIII
Beets, Nicolaas, translator, 81, 93n. XXXIII
Beg, Thos., merchant, 76, 80, 87. XXIV
Beg, Thos., younger, 76. XXIV
Begbie, Dr Jas., 666. XXXIII
Begbie, Mr., 74. XXX
Begbie, Mrs., 74, 88. XXX
Begbie, Patrick, Haddington, 14. XXV
Begbie, Patrick, wright, 204. XXIV
Begg, Ian A., of Robt. Hurd & partners, 45. XXXIII
Begg, Rev. Dr James, 52. XXXIV
Begg, Rev. Dr James, 31, 48, 119n. XXXV
Begg, Rev. Dr Jas., 43, 70, 74, 9011; model dwellings, Abbeyhill, 39. XXXIII
Begg, Rev. Jas., D.D., Newington Free Church, 160. XXVI
Begg, Reverend Dr. James, minister of Newington Free Church, 141. XXX
Beggars, plague of, 38. XXII
Beilby, Geo. T., M.D., 92. XXIV
Beilby, Sir Geo. T., 92. XXIV
Beith, John Hay, Major: see Hay, Ian. XXXIII
Beith, Rev. Dr Alexander, Stirling, 35-36, 120n. XXXV
Belches, Thomas, Sheriff Clerk-Depute of Edinburgh, 60. XXXII
Belfast, 20; Liverpool, 20; Manchester, 20. XXXIII
Belfast, Cabinetmakers’ Society, 20, 22. XXXIII
Belfast Royal Institution, 179. XXXII
Belford Bridge, 72. XXV
Belford Road, 16 and n. XXX
Belgrave Crescent, 185. XXXII
Belhaven, John Mongomerie, 8th Baron, 45, 123n. XXXV
Belhaven, Robert Montgomerie, 8th Lord, 140. XXX
Belhaven tomb, Holyrood, 7, 28. XXIV
Bell, —, chamberlain to Countess of Rothes, 123. XXIX
Bell & Bradfute, booksellers and publishers, 62. XXXIII
Bell, A. Beatson, advocate, 123. XXXIII
Bell, Agnes, 9. XXXIV
Bell, Alison, 143. XXIII
Bell and Bradfute, booksellers, 68. XXVI
Bell and Reid’s feuing plan of Newington, 166 and n. XXIV
Bell, Archibald, bookbinder, 107, 110, 133n, 135. XXXV
Bell, Benjamin, of Hunthill, surgeon, 161, 166 n., 171 ; buys lands of Newington, 160 ; career and personality, 162 ; builds Newington House, 163 ; feus Newington, 174. XXIV
Bell, Bethia, 146. XXIII
Bell, Dr. Joseph, prototype of ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ 162. XXIV
Bell, G. W., M.D., 9,114n. XXXV
Bell, Geo., surgeon, chief feuar of Newington, 161, 174, 191; feu-contracts with Sir Geo. Stuart and Jas. and Charles Nairne of Claremont, 163-4; and West Newington House, 166. XXIV
Bell, George, 46. XXX
Bell, Henry Glassford, poet, 180. XXXIII
Bell, Henry J., artist, 86. XXIV
Bell House, Castlehill, 19 ; building in 1684 of, 26 and n.; feuing in 1758 to Allan Ramsay of Kinkell by Town Council of, 25 ; later occupiers of, 26. XXX
Bell, Hugh, brewer, Pleasance, 146. XXIII
Bell, J. M., 178. XXXI
Bell, J. Montgomerie, W.S., 82. XXIV
Bell, James, 26. XXX
Bell, Jas., skatemaker to the Edinburgh Skating Club, 106. XXXIII
Bell, John, bookseller, Archd. Constable and, 69. XXVI
Bell, John, of Todrig, 119. XXXIII
Bell, John, teacher, 116. XXXII
Bell, Joseph, son of original superior of Newington, 174. XXIV
Bell, Lilias, wife of Patrick Chalmers, wright, 119 and n. XXIX
Bell, M. Montgomerie, W.S., 123. XXXIII
Bell, Margaret, 146. XXIII
Bell, Miss, 66. XXX
Bell, Mrs., 74. XXX
Bell, Rev. J. P. (George), Midmar, 39-42, 121n. XXXV
Bell, Reverend Andrew, monitorial system of teaching of, 49. XXIX
Bell, Robert, 127. XXVII
Bell, Robt., 174. XXIV
Bell, Thomas, and Ironside, 143. XXIII
Bell, Thos., of Nether Horsburgh, 232. XXIV
Bell, William, burgess of Stirling, 123. XXIII
Bell, Wm., smith, 203. XXIV
Bell, Wm., W.S., and Broadstairs House, 170 ; superintends feuing of Newington, 174. XXIV
Belle Poule, a convoy ship, 100. XXVIII
Bellenden, Adam, Bishop of Aberdeen, 1, 10n. XXXIV
Bellenden, James, son of Sir Lewis, justiciar and bailie of Canongate, 1, 10n, 15, 16, 19, 21. XXXIV
Bellenden, John, maltman, Leith, 1, 10n, 15, 20. XXXIV
Bellenden, John, of Pendreich, 131. XXIII
Bellenden, Mr John: see Bannatyne, Mr John. XXXIV
Bellenden, Robert. See Ballantine. XXIII
Bellenden, Sir James, 112. XXIII
Bellenden, Sir John, of Auchnoule, 145. XXIII
Bellenden, Sir John, of Auchnoull, justiciar and bailie of Broughton, 1, 7, 10n. XXXIV
Bellenden, Sir Lewis, 112, 122, 145. XXIII
Bellenden, Sir Lewis, Lord Justice Clerk, 1, 10n, 12n. XXXIV
Bellenden, Sir William (later Lord, of Broughton), 112. XXIII
Bellenden, Sir Wm., 116. XXII
Bellenden, Thomas, Lord of Session, 2, 10n. XXXIV
Bellenden, Walter, 1, 10n. XXXIV
Belleville (or Newington), 154, 164, 175, 178. XXIV
Bellevue, 31. XXV
Bellevue, 42. XXXIV
Bellevue Church: see St. Mary’s Parish Church, Bellevue. XXIX
Bellevue Crescent, building in 1823 in, 146. XXIX
Bellhouse, 23. XXXIV
Bellona, a French privateer, 104. XXVIII
Bell’s (Dr.) School, Niddry Street, 92. XXVII
Bell’s Brae, 71, 77. XXV
Bell’s Brae, 109. XXVII
Bell’s Brae, 14, 15, 17. XXX
Bell’s Mills, 77. XXV
Bell’s Mills, 16, 17, 78, 166. XXX
Bell’s Wynd, 92. XXIII
Bell’s Wynd, 49. XXVII
Bell’s Wynd, 131. XXIX
Bell’s Wynd, 135, 156. XXXII
Bell’s Wynd, 99. XXXIII
Bellsfield (Bellfield), 203, 204, 206; quarry at, 205. XXIV
Belmont House, sundial at, 103 104. XXVII
Belsches, Jas., merchant, 141. XXIV
Belsches, Williamina, 28, 75. XXVI
Belses, 77. XXXV
Beltane, 95. XXII
Belvidere Tower, 191. XXV
Bemis, Alexander, maltman, Canongate, 10n. XXXIV
Benazeck, Mrs., teacher, 116, 137. XXXII
Benbecula, 35. XXVII
Beneden, Pierre-Joseph van, Professor, of Louvain: see Van Beneden, Pierre-Joseph, Professor, of Louvain. XXXIII
Benedict of Peterborough, 146n. XXXV
Benevent, Mr., teacher, 116. XXXII
Bengal European Infantry Regiment, 60. XXX
Bennet, Dr John Hughes, 96. XXXIV
Bennet, J. H.: see Bennett, J. H. XXXIII
Bennet, John, surgeon, 188-9. XXIX
Bennet, Mrs., wife of [Bennet, John, surgeon], 188. XXIX
Bennet, Rev. Mr, minister of Duddingston, 121. XXXIII
Bennett, J. H., Professor of Physiology, 66, 79, 89n. XXXIII
Bennett, Lieutenant-Colonel John, Commandant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170. XXXII
Bennison, William, murderer, 64, 71, 126n. XXXV
“Bentley, Walter,” actor, son of Rev. Dr Jas. Begg, 43. XXXIII
Bernard, Mr., teacher, 117, 126. XXXII
Bernard Street, 41. XXXIV
Bernicia, 142, 146n. XXXV
Berry, David, merchant, 72 n. XXIII
Berry, James, gardener, 20. XXX
Berry, William, merchant, 72 and n. XXIII
Bertram (Bartrahame), Sir Andrew, chap- lain of St. Leonards, 123, 124, 126, 131. XXIII
Bertram, Jas., brewer, 207. XXIV
Bertram, Miss, of Kerswell, 161. XXVI
Bertram, Wm., of Nisbet, 101. XXVI
Berwick, 161. XXIX
Berwick, 6 and n., 148. XXX
Berwick, a convoy ship, 100. XXVIII
Berwick, convoy to ships trading with, 80, 81, 83, 89. XXVIII
Berwick Harbour, 54. XXXIII
Berwick Pacification of, 98. XXIX
Berwick upon Tweed, 142. XXXV
Berwick-on-Tweed, 23, 51. XXXIV
Berwickshire, 2, 5. XXX
Berwickshire, 141-142, 144. XXXV
Berwickshire, investigation of herring shoals, 53, 54. XXXIII
Bess Wynd, 96. XXIII
Bess Wynd, 46. XXXIV
Bessingby, 147. XXXIII
Best, Mr., 66-7, 71, 73. XXX
Beth’s Wynd, 12. XXIV
Bethune, Henry, of Kilconquhar, 51. XXVI
Bethune, Major Henry, 124, 164. XXXI
Betty, William Henry West, actor, performances in Edinburgh in 1804 of, 104. XXX
Bevercote, William de, 29. XXVII
Beveridge, John, wright, 205. XXIV
Bible Close: see Bible Land. XXXIII
Bible Land, 45-49; bodies found in, 46; freemasons, 49; fire c. 1513, 46; lawsuit, 46; manuscript found, 45-49; objects found in, 45, 46; occupants, 46; pump well, 46; reconstruction in 1954, 45; tower, 48; use of, 45, 46. XXXIII
Bible Society, 103, 133n. XXXV
Bickersteth, Rev. Edward, England, 20, 117n. XXXV
Biggar, 50. XXXIV
Biggar, Alex., acquires mansion and brewery of Gairnshall, 207. XXIV
Biggar, Anna, 208, 215. XXIV
Biggar, editor of Trades Monthly Journal, 23. XXXIII
Biggar, James, 21. XXXIV
Biggar, Jas., son of [Biggar, Alex., Gairnshall], 207. XXIV
Biggar, John, acquires Rosehall property, 182 and n., 183. XXIV
Biggar, John, linen factory in Sciennes, 209. XXIV
Biggar, Robert, 223. XXXII
Biggar, Robt., of Gairnshall, 208; dispones brewery, 215. XXIV
Biggar, Walter, 209. XXIV
Bighouse and Tanwork, 238. XXIV
Bill of Suspension and Interdict (1817), 8. XXIII
Bill to erect ‘several publick buildings,’ 10. XXII
Billingsley, Mrs., teacher, 117. XXXII
Billington, Mrs. Elizabeth, singer, 65 ; performance in Edinburgh in 1802 in Love in a Village of, 63 ; performance in Edinburgh in 1802 in Artaxerxes of, 64. XXX
Binney, Rev. Dr Thomas, England, 35-36, 120n. XXXV
Binning, David Monro, of Softlaw, 210. XXXIII
Binning, Margt., 209. XXIV
Binns, drapers, 138. XXX
Binny, Mr. Andrew, typefounder in Philadelphia, 44, 46. XXVIII
Binny stone, 86. XXVII
Bird sanctuary, Duddingston Loch, 117. XXXIII
Birgham, 142. XXXV
Birmie, John, 97. XXIX
Birnie, Arthur, The Edinburgh Charity Workhouse, 1740-1845, 38-55. XXII
Birnie, Sir Andrew, 105. XXV
Birnie, Sir Andrew, of Saline : see Saline, Lord. XXIX
Birrells, The, 72. XXX
Bishop of Dunkeld’s tenement, 68, 69. XXXIV
Bishop’s Land, 119, 123, 125, 137, 145. XXXII
Bishop’s Walk, 39. XXVI
Bishops’ Wars, 98. XXIX
Bisset, William, 1 and n. XXXI
Black, Adam, publisher, 82, 129n. XXXV
Black, Adam, teacher, 38, 120n. XXXV
Black Bull Inn, 44. XXIV
Black Bull Inn, Pleasance, 220, 239. XXII
Black Dwarf’s cottage, 81. XXVI
Black Friars, 24-26. XXXIV
Black, James, tailor, Canongate, 2. XXXIV
Black, Joseph, chemist, 9, 162. XXIV
Black, Mr., 69, 75. XXX
Black, Sir Adam, Lord Provost, 35, 37, 70, 74, 90n; biography, 31, 40n; death, 95; first City Treasurer, 34; publisher, 34. XXXIII
‘Black Turnpike,’ 5, 10, 36, 40, 45 ; demolished, 35, 43. XXIV
Black Turnpike, 128. XXV
Black Turnpike, 27. XXXIV
Black Turnpike, 149, 150, 153, 158-159ns. XXXV
Blackburn, David, President of Edinburgh Trades Council, 33; candidate, 1893, Canongate ward, 34. XXXIII
Blacket Avenue, 154, 155 ; with gates, 164. XXIV
Blacket Avenue, 81. XXXIV
Blacket Place, origin of name, 162, 178 ; gates at, Jas. Gillespie-Graham and, 177 and n. XXIV
Blackford, 70, 124. XXIV
Blackford Brae, 94. XXIV
Blackford Hill, 31. XXVI
Blackford Hill, 25. XXVII
Blackford Hill, 54. XXXIV
Blackford Hill, geology of, 100. XXIV
Blackford mill, 32. XXVII
Blackford Park, 94. XXIV
Blackford Place, 204. XXXII
Blackfriars Bridge, London, 39. XXXIV
Blackfriars’ Croft, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140 and n. XXIII
Blackfriars’ monastery, 240, 245. XXIV
Blackfriars monastery, 135; dovecote at, 152. XXV
Blackfriars Monastery, Edinburgh, 119. XXIII
Blackfriars’ Street: see Blackfriars’ Wynd. XXXIII
Blackfriars Street, 53. XXXIV
Blackfriars Wynd, 134, 135, 136, 156. XXII
Blackfriars’ Wynd, 199, 239 ; derivation of name, quaint and picturesque buildings in, 240 ; Episcopal chapel, 241 ; Card. Beaton’s Palace, 242, 245. XXIV
Blackfriars Wynd, 152. XXV
Blackfriars Wynd, 128, 129; fire of 1825 in, 158. XXIX
Blackfriars’ Wynd, 114, 119, 121, 122, 128, 129, 130, 135, 139, 145, 153, 154. XXXII
Blackfriars Wynd, 53, 68. XXXIV
Blackfriars’ Wynd, 49, 79, 93n. XXXIII
Blackhall, 84, 87. XXXIV
Blackie, John, junior, Lord Provost of Glasgow, 36; publisher, 36. XXXIII
Blackie, John Stuart, Professor of Greek, 193. XXXII
Blackie, John Stuart, Professor of Greek, 35, 43, 66, 69, 70, 79, 85, 89n. XXXIII
Blacklock, Dr. Thos., 25 ; entertains Samuel Johnson, 26. XXVI
Blacklock, Thomas, 83. XXV
Blacklock’s Close, 97. XXIII
Blackness Castle, repair of, 69. XXXII
Blacks, The, Melrose, 73. XXXV
Blacksmiths, 38. XXXIII
Blackstock, Agnes, 92. XXIII
Blackwood Crescent, origin of name, 167 n. XXIV
Blackwood, John S., of Pitreavie, 138. XXVI
Blackwood, M. R., 124. XXVII
Blackwood, Robt., father of Sir Robt., 90, 102, 109, 125. XXV
Blackwood, Sir Robert, Provost, 90, 109. XXV
Blackwood, Sir Robt., Lord Provost, 140, 149. XXIV
Blackwood, Thos., silk mercer, and lands of Newington, 167 and n. XXIV
Blackwood, William, publisher and bookseller, 130 and n. XXX
Blackwood, Wm., merchant, 99, 111. XXV
Blackwood, Wm., publisher, resident in Newington, 191-3. XXIV
Blackwood’s Magazine, 65. XXVI
Blackwood’s Magazine, 102-103. XXXIII
Blacky, W., teacher, 117. XXXII
Blaikburne, Peter, merchant, 218. XXXII
Blaikie, Grissel, 21. XXXIV
Blaikie, Isobel, 21. XXXIV
Blaikie, Thomas, 22. XXXIV
Blaikie, Thos., candidate, Canongate ward, 1896, 34. XXXIII
Blaikie, William, teacher, 117. XXXII
Blair, Archd., W.S., 124. XXXIII
Blair, Archibald, Town Clerk, 80, 81, 95. XXXII
Blair Castle, paintings at, 27. XXXIII
Blair, Dr. Hugh, St. Giles’, 100. XXVI
Blair, Dr. Robert, Professor of Practical Astronomy, career of, 11 ; possession of Tower of Merchiston by, 11 and n ; alterations to Tower of Merchiston by, 27-8 and nn. XXXI
Blair, Henry, 118. XXIX
Blair, Hugh, 9. XXIV
Blair, Hugh, vintner, 117-18 and nn. XXIX
Blair, Isobel, wife of William Machrie, fencing master, 127 and n. XXIX
Blair, Lord President, 70, 129 ; Cockburn’s tribute, 125. XXVI
Blair, Mr., teacher, 117. XXXII
Blair, Rev. Robert, Galashiels, 71, 127n. XXXV
Blair, Robt., author of The Grave, 125. XXVI
Blair, Robt., of Athelstaneford, letter from Henry Baker, 166, 175n; letter to Henry Baker, 167, 175n. XXXIII
Blair, Robt., schoolmaster, 118, 126. XXV
Blair, Sir David Hunter, 167. XXXI
Blair, Sir James Hunter, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 16. XXIX
Blair Street, 10. XXIV
Blair Street, 132. XXX
Blair Street, 132. XXXII
Blair, Wm., W.S., 124. XXXIII
Blake, Dr Sophia Jex-: see Jex-Blake, Dr Sophia. XXXIII
Blanc, Hippolyte J., architect, 167. XXXV
Bland, General Humphrey, Governor of Edinburgh Castle, early career of, 55, 63 ; correspondence of Richard Coren with, 64-107 ; promotion to be Commander-in-Chief of Forces in Scotland of, 105. XXXII
Blandfield Chemical Works, 132. XXX
Bland’s Dragoons : see King’s Dragoon Guards. XXXII
Blantyre, Lord, residing in St. John Street, 67. XXVIII
Blau, Robert, teacher, 117. XXXII
Bleaching, exorbitant prices, 20. XXV
Blessed Virgin Mary of the Fields, Church of, 57. XXXIV
Bloomsberry Cottage, sculptured stones at, 98. XXIV
Blue Blanket, the, at Trades Maiden Hospital, 8, 31, App. p. 3. XXVIII
Bluegowns, 80. XXIII
Bluegowns Lodge, commonly called Jock’s Lodge, 79, 80. XXIII
Blyth, Rev. George, 40-41, 121n. XXXV
Blythman, Nicol, 92. XXIII
Boa, Andrew, teacher, 117. XXXII
Board of Health, Edinburgh, 144, 149n. XXXIII
Board of Northern Lighthouses, 132. XXX
Board of Supervision (Poor Law), 42. XXXIII
Board of Trade, Labour Commissioner, 39. XXXIII
Board of Trustees for Arts, Fisheries and Manufactures in Scotland, 46. XXXIV
Board of Trustees for Fisheries and Manufactures in Scotland, 122, 149. XXXII
Board of Trustees for Fisheries and Manufactures in Scotland, annual exposition of manufactures by, 55 ; institution of the School of Design in 1760 by, 60-1 ; information about shawls in records of, 53; early Edinburgh shawl makers occurring in records of, 58-9; design sketches for shawls bearing the stamp of, 61-2 ; awards of premimns to weavers by, 53, 55, 62-4 ; premiums for loom improvements by, 57-8; premiums for cashmere shawls awarded by, 57 ; premiums for damask designs awarded by, 61 ; award for machine for spinning fine cashmere by, 56 and 11. XXXI
Bochart, Francis, silk weaver, 5, 8, 21. XXV
Bochart, John, 8. XXV
Bochart, Margaret, 6. XXV
Boece, Hector, 137, 138, 14111. XXXIII
Boer War, 35. XXXIII
Bogle, Andrew, Secretary of Royal Bank, 66. XXVIII
Bog’s Mill, 47, 70. XXV
Bogsmill, paper making at, 48, 50, 51. XXVII
Boig, James, royal master porter, 2. XXXIV
Boig, Thomas, 11n. XXXIV
Boirland, James, 30. XXXIV
Boisgelin, Louis de, a French officer, describes his visit to Edinburgh in 1797, 191-5. XXVIII
Bologna, Giovanni da, skater, 102. XXXIII
Bolton, A. T., The Architecture of Robert and James Adam, 29n. XXX
Bomb Battery (Castle), 7. XXIV
Bonaly, 86. XXXIV
Bonaly Ponds, 102. XXIV
Bonar, Alexander, Dunfermline, 70. XXVII
Bonar, David, 69. XXXIV
Bonar, Horatius: see Bonnar, Rev. Dr Horatius. XXXIII
Bonar, Rev. Alexander, Collace, 8, 114n. XXXV
Bonar, Thomas, builder, 27. XXIII
bones, human, 73-76. XXXIV
Bonnar, Andrew, Director of the Bank of Scotland, 120. XXXIII
Bonnar, Rev. Dr Horatius, 77, 92n. XXXIII
Bonnar, Thos., 101 n. XXIV
Bonnar, Wm., artist, 208. XXV
Bonnet, Madame, dancing teacher, 112. XXX
Bonneton : see Bonnyhaugh House. XXXII
‘Bonnie Dundee’ clambers up Castle Rock, 1. XXVII
Bonnington, 1, 6, 8, 19, 20. XXXIV
Bonnington Mills, proposed diversion of river, 163. XXXIII
Bonnington Road, Mount Vesuvius Grounds, 116. XXXIII
Bonnington Street, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Bonnyhaugh House, 3. XXXII
Bonthron, James, 224. XXXII
Booch, Joseph, painter, 171. XXIV
Boog, David, goldsmith, 121. XXIX
Book of Discipline, 2. XXIX
books and bookshops, 38, 47-48, 50, 67, 83-84, 87, 96-98, 102. XXXV
Booksellers; see Printers, publishers and booksellers. XXXIII
Booth, Major James Gore, 167 XXXV
Booth Row, 84. XXIII
Booth Row (Luckenbooths), 97. XXV
Booths, 98-9. XXIII
Bootmakers, 46. XXXIII
Bordelais, 143. XXXV
Bore Stone, 86, 112, 124; described, 108 ; earliest reference, 108-9 ; Scott’s Marmion and, 110, 114; Hare Stone and, identical, 110 ; royal standard and, 113; etymologists and, 116-18; erroneous tradition regarding, 125. XXIV
Borestone, The, 201-2. XXXII
Borlands, Jas., 124. XXV
Borough Loch, 37-39. XXXIV
Borough myre: see Boroughmuir. XXXIV
Boroughmuir, 24-25, 37-38, 54n, 55n. XXXIV
Boroughmuir School, 195, 198. XXXII
Boroughmuirhead, 208. XXV
Boroughmuirhead, 201. XXXII
Borthwick: see Lochquherwer. XXX
Borthwick, 152. XXXV
Borthwick, —, painter, 55. XXIX
Borthwick, A., Colonel, 123. XXXIII
Borthwick, Alexander, apprentice, 57. XXIX
Borthwick, Alexander, vintner burgess, 121-3. XXIX
Borthwick, Andrew, 2, 5, 10n. XXXIV
Borthwick, Archd., claims title of Lord Borthwick, 84. XXVI
Borthwick, de jure eighteenth Lord, 118. XXVI
Borthwick, Elizabeth, daughter of [Borthwick, Alexander, vintner burgess], 122-3. XXIX
Borthwick, James, 11n. XXXIV
Borthwick, James, writer, 132. XXIX
Borthwick, John, Assay Master to the Mint, 165. XXX
Borthwick, John, of Crookston, 84. XXVI
Borthwick, John, son of [Borthwick, John, Assay Master], inventory in 1709 of the estate of, 165 and n., 166. XXX
Borthwick, Katherine, 99. XXIII
Borthwick, Richard, of Falahill, 14. XXV
Borthwick, William, 67. XXIII
Borthwick, William, of Pilmuir, surgeon-apothecary, 122 and n. XXIX
Borthwicke, Wm., gardener, Bristo, 74. XXII
Borthwick’s Close, 146. XXXII
Borthwick’s Wynd, 126. XXIX
Bosjesmans, 9, 114n. XXXV
Boston, Mrs., teacher, 117. XXXII
Boswel, Bruce, 70, 73. XXX
Boswel, Mr., 73. XXX
Boswell, Alexander, Lord Auchinleck, 6, 9, 27. XXII
Boswell, Alexander, Lord Auchinleck, 91. XXXIV
Boswell, Claude Irvine. See Balmuto. XXVI
Boswell, Dr John, 91-92. XXXIV
Boswell, Elizabeth, wife of John Anderson, sister of John Jas. Boswell, 44. XXVI
Boswell, James, 43, 58 ; summer quarters beyond Meadows, 31 ; and Capt. Chas. Napier, 34; interviews Commissary Smollett, 37 ; proposed Life of Kames, 38; and Misses Carre, 44; friend of Sir John Pringle, 68, 86 ; and Sir Thos. Lockhart, 70 ; and Major Archd. Erskine, 103 ; and Lt.-Gen. Mackay, 121 ; waits on Sir John Lockhart Ross, 128. XXVI
Boswell, James, 112. XXXII
Boswell, James, 91-92. XXXIV
Boswell, James, and Drumsheugh, 83. XXV
Boswell, James, member of Select Society, 22. XXVII
Boswell, James, of Auchinleck, 91. XXXIV
Boswell, Jas., 187 ; projects biography of Sir A. Dick of Prestonfield, 188. XXIV
Boswell, John James, 44. XXVI
Boswell, Robert, W.S., 44. XXVI
Boswell, Sir A., duel with Stuart of Dunearn, 75. XXV
Boswell, Sir A., of Auchinleck, killed in duel with Jas. Stuart of Dunearn, 129. XXVI
Boswell, Sir Alex., Bt., his widow’s property in Causewayside, 172-3 and n. XXIV
Boswell’s Court, 91-92. XXXIV
Boswels, The, 100. XXX
Botanic Garden, Leith Walk, 53, 54 ; Barons of Exchequer and, 55 ; date of removal, 56 n. ; more money needed for upkeep, 57. XXIII
Botanic Garden, Leith Walk, 215 n. XXIV
Botanic Gardens, Old, building in 1825 on site of, 158 and n., 163. XXIX
Botanical Gardens, 52. XXXV
Bothans, 142. XXXV
Bothwell, Adam, 7, 28. XXIV
Bothwell, Adam, Bishop of Orkney, 73. XXV
Bothwell, Adam, Bishop of Orkney, commendator of Holyrood, 1, 15. XXXIV
Bothwell, Adam, Commendator of Holyrood, 112, 133. XXIII
Bothwell Bridge prisoners, 247. XXIV
Bothwell, Francis, Provost of Edinburgh, 73. XXV
Bothwell, John, second and last Lord Holyroodhouse, 205. XXII
Bothwell, John, son of [Bothwell, Adam, Bishop of Orkney], commendator of Holyrood, 1, 8, 19. XXXIV
Bothwell, John, son of [Bothwell, Adam, Commendator of Holyrood], 112. XXIII
Bottarelli, F., teacher, 117. XXXII
Bottarelli, Signora, actress and teacher of singing, 117. XXXII
Bough, Sam, artist, 79, 86, 88, 93n. XXXIII
Bough, Sam, R.S.A., at Jordan Bank, 100, 101. XXIV
Bouillaud, Jean-Baptiste, Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Paris, 179. XXXII
Boulogne, the, a Dunkirk privateer, 102. XXVIII
Boundary Commission, 79. XXXIV
Bourbons at Holyroodhouse, 43. XXIII
Bow: see West Bow and Netherbow. XXXIV
Bowack, Nicol, bookseller and stationer, 10*7, 133n. XXXV
Bowden, 74, 85, 137. XXXV
Bowden Parish Church, 72. XXXV
Bower, David, teacher of Church music, 117. XXXII
Bower, Geo., weaver, 115. XXV
Bower, Patrick, in Nether Liberton, 106. XXIII
Bower, University historian, 7. XXVII
Bowes and Company, Workington, bankers, 114. XXX
Bowes, George, teacher, 117. XXXII
Bowhead, 39. XXV
Bow-head, 117. XXXII
Bow-head Well, 137. [CHECK or Bow well ??] XXXII
Bowhill, I. H., British skating champion, 124. XXXIII
Bowie, … [no prename given], weaver, 14. XXV
Bowie, Miss B., gold lace and shawl maker, 53 and n., 59, 63. XXXI
Bowlers: see Edinburgh Society of Bowlers. XXIX
Bowling Green, Leith, 199. XXV
Bowling Greens in Bristo, 78, 81. XXII
Bowling-green, 199. XXIV
bowls, carpet, 3, 5, 11, 13, 83, 109. XXXV
Bowmakers, 13, 14, 15, 16, 16n. XXXIII
Boyack, Miss, 20, 52, 103, 110, 117n, 132n. XXXV
Boyd, Dr James, Master at the High School, 1, 3, 5, 11, 27, 37, 40, 46, 51-53, 59, 62-64, 87, 94-95, 104, 107, 109; discipline. 136; income, 139. XXXV
Boyd, Dr. Jas., famous ‘Fourth Class’ at High School, 100-1 ; secretary, Edinburgh Society of Teachers, revises Roman Antiquities, 101. XXVI
Boyd, Ebenezer, cabinetmaker, and family (Uncle and Aunt “Eben” of the diarist and Robert, the “Cumberland Street friends”), 1, 12, 16, 20, 26, 34, 42, 45-46, 48, 50, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66, 78-79, 87, 90, 94, 103, 109, 111, 125n, 137-138. XXXV
Boyd family tree, opp. p. 1. XXXV
Boyd, Geo., member of Chairmakers’ Union, 19. XXXIII
Boyd, George, 185. XXIX
Boyd house (14 Scotland Street), arrangement of, 139-140. XXXV
Boyd, James; diary, 1-140; family, 1; as seen in the diary, 135-136, 140; interests, 136; health, 136; schooling, 136-137; religious life, 137-138; use of language, 140; books read by, 140. And see clothes worn by. XXXV
Boyd, James, cabinetmaker, father of the diarist, 1-111 passim, 137; activities, 138; income, 139. XXXV
Boyd, Jane, aunt of the diarist, 1, 4, 5, 11, 16-18, 24-25, 34, 44-45, 47-53, 61, 63, 65, 67, 78-81, 87, 94-95, 101, 108, 138. XXXV
Boyd, John, brother ofthe diarist, 1-111 passim, 138. XXXV
Boyd, John, cabinetmaker and undertaker, uncle of the diarist, 1, 5, 41, 43, 49, 53, 55, 59, 63-65, 72, 74, 77-79, 81, 89-92, 95, 97-98, 100, 103-104, 123n, 133n, 137; position and family, 138; income, 139. And see York Place, York Place people. XXXV
Boyd, John Johnston, 1. XXXV
Boyd, John, son of the above (later Sir John, of Maxpoffle, L.P. of Edinburgh), 27, 30, 49, 63, 69-72, 77, 85, 87-88, 92, 109, 111, 138. [CHECK text] XXXV
Boyd, Margaret Ann, deceased sister of the diarist, 98, 132n. XXXV
Boyd, Margaret, daughter of John Boyd, and cousin of the diarist, 1, 4, 11, 18, 24, 34, 42, 44-46, 48, 50, 61, 65-67, 87, 101-111, 136, 138. XXXV
Boyd, Mrs, James, mother of the diarist, 1-111 passim, 138-140. XXXV
Boyd, Mrs, John, mother of the above and the diarist’s “Aunt Boyd”, 1, 6-8, 11, 14, 23, 27, 29, 33, 36, 43, 49, 55, 72, 74, 77, 82-83, 86, 104-106, 108, 135-136, 138. [CHECK text] XXXV
Boyd, Robert, 185. XXIX
Boyd, Sir Alexander, chaplain of St. Leonards, 123. XXIII
Boyd, Sir. Thos. J., Lord Provost, publisher, 37, 74, 84, 85, 92n. XXXIII
Boyd, Stephen, bailie, 96. XXIX
Boyd, Thomas J., Master of Merchant Company, report in 1870 on Merchant Company hospitals by, 77-9. XXIX
‘Boyd’s Mud Brig’ (Mound), 148. XXIII
Boyes, Andrew, tailor, Canongate, 123. XXII
Boyis, Elizabeth, 21. XXXIV
Boyis, Isobel, 96. XXIII
Boyis, Thomas, baker, 70. XXXIV
Boyle, Lord Justice-Clerk, 106. XXIV
Boyle, Patrick, jun., of Shewalton, Postmaster of Scotland, 150. XXVI
Boyle’s Experimental Philosophy, 130. XXVII
Brackenridge, William, teacher of mathematics, 117. XXXII
Brackinrig, Mr, re-opens Leith Baths, 1839, 65. XXXIV
Braco, Wm., Lord, his career, 70. XXII
Brad, Henry de, founds St. Catherine’s Chapel in Pentland, 28. XXVII
Brad, Ralph de, 27. XXVII
Brad, Richard de, 27, 28. XXVII
Brad, Sir Henry de, Sheriff of Edinburgh, 27; marries daughter of Wm. de St. Clair, 29. XXVII
Brad, Sir Thomas de, 28, 29. XXVII
Bradefute, John, uncle of Eliza Aitken, 62, 83; death, 62; will, 62. XXXIII
Bradefute Trust, 83. XXXIII
Bradford, 147. XXXIII
Bradford, Major-General Sir Thomas, 165. XXXI
Bradfute, John: see Bradefute, John. XXXIII
Bradfute, John, bookseller, 68-9. XXVI
Bradshaw, James, 158. XXXI
Braham, John, singer, performance in Edinburgh in 1810 in The Siege of Belgrade of, 115 ; performance in Edinburgh in 1810 in The Haunted Tower of, 118. XXX
Braid, 42. XXXV
Braid (paper) watermark, 60. XXV
Braid Burn, 76, 104, 106. XXIV
Braid Burn, 63. XXV
Braid Castle, 26. XXVII
Braid corn mill, 25-6. XXVII
Braid estate, successively owned by Wm. Dick, Andrew Brown and Patrick Ellis, 32. XXVII
Braid Hill: see Braid Hills. XXXIII
Braid Hills, 87. XXXIII
Braid Hills, 54. XXXIV
Braid Hills, 146n. XXXV
Braid Hills, The, 207. XXXII
Braid, lands of, 94. XXIV
Braid, lands of, 8. XXXI
Braid, mansion of, 64; paper mill at, 66, 67. XXV
Braid, origin of the name, 27. XXVII
Braid Road Robbery, 106. XXIV
Braid, the Briggs of, 203. XXXII
Braidsbrae, 109. XXXIV
Braidsmill, 46. XXVII
Braidwood, Francis, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163, 169. XXXII
Braidwood, Lieut., 88. XXXIII
Braidwood, Thomas, writing master, 117. XXXII
Braidwood, William, candlemaker, 157, 168. XXVII
Braidwood, William, Jm., Captain, Loyal Ediburgh Spearmen, 161, 163, 169. XXXII
Braidwood, Wm., jun., Sea Insurance Co., 148. XXVI
Braidwood, Wm., Sea Insurance Co., 146. XXVI
Brakre, Alexander, servitor in Holyrood Abbey, 122, 124. XXIII
Brand, Alexander, of Dalry, 91. XXXIV
Brand, John, landlord of Archers’ Hall, Officer of the Royal Company of Archers, 14, 15, 16n. XXXIII
Brand, Rev. John, 6. XXXIV
Brandon Street, building in 1825 in, 163. XXIX
Brandy, methods of manufacturing, 153-6. XXVIII
Brathay Hall, near Windermere, home of John Harden and Jessy Allan at, 61, 104, 108, 113. XXX
Braun and Hogenberg, view of Edinburgh Castle, c. 1574 [1582], 10, 12n. XXXIII
Braxfield, Lord, 13, 38, 105, 119, 134; R. L. Stevenson places him in wrong house, 51; wine cellar, dinner invitations and visiting cards, 52. XXVI
Braxield, Lord, 73. XXIII
‘Bread and cheese meetings,’ 223. XXII
Bread riots, 17. XXVII
Bread Street, 197. XXXII
Bread Street, 114. XXXIV
Breadalbane, John, fourth Earl of, 120. XXXIII
Brechin Brothers, butchers, 134-5 and n. XXX
Brechin, Herbert A. & Co., quantity surveyors, Merchiston Tower restoration, 9. XXXIII
Breusch, Peter, paper maker, 54 ; printer to James VII at Holyrood, 55. XXV
Breweries, 48. XXXIII
Brewers, Fellowship and Society of, 26. XXVI
Brewers, Society of, 169. XXII
Brewster, Lady David, 66. XXXIII
Brewster, Lady Juliet, 92, 148, 151, 160. XXXI
Brewster, Sir D., on Skene’s drawings of old Edinburgh, 128. XXV
Brewster, Sir David, 157. XXX
Brewster, Sir David, 66, 126n. XXXV
Brewster, Sir David, Principal of Edinburgh University, 107. XXVI
Brewster, Sir David, Principal of Edinburgh University, 36, 40n; death, 71, 72. XXXIII
Brewster, Sir David, Principal of the University, 92 and 11., 148, 151, 160. XXXI
Brickfield House, Restalrig, 198. XXV
brickworks, Portobello, 79. XXXIV
Bridewell, 43. XXXIV
Bridewell, criticism in 1826 of, 170 and 11. XXIX
Bridewell, Edinburgh, 91. XXXV
Bridewell, Glasgow, 170. XXIX
Bridewell on Calton Hill, 43. . XXII
Bridge between Easter and Wester Duddingston, 106. XXIII
Bridge of Allan, weaving and dyeing mills, 53. XXXIII
Bridge proposed betwixt North Loch and Physic Gardens, 173 ; and betwixt St. Mary’s Wynd and Pleasance, 174. XXII
Bridge Street, 114, 141. XXXII
Bridge Street, 144; No. 20, fire at, 85. XXXIII
bridges, maintenance and repair of, 105, 107-110, 112, 118-119. XXXIV
Bridges, North and South, 63. XXVII
Bridges, North and South, 110; and see North Bridge. XXXV
Bridges, Thos., and Gibraltar House, 223, 226. XXIV
Brierybaulk, 146. XXIII
Briggs, A., Friends of the People, 124 and n. XXX
Briggs of Braid, 87, 104. XXIV
Bright, John, M.P., 91n; freedom of city, 74. XXXIII
Brighton, 65. XXXIV
Brighton Place, number 26, Portobello, 43, 112n. XXXV
Brighton Street, 71. XXII
Brighton Street, Relief Church in, 28 and n., 172. XXIX
Bright’s Crescent, origin of name, 165. XXIV
Brilliant, a convoy ship, 105. XXVIII
Brisbane, Gen. Sir Thos., Bart., 119. XXVI
Brisbane, Mrs., teacher, 117. XXXII
Bristo, 174, 212 ; Bedlam in, 40; Easter and Wester Crofts ; ancient name ; extent of, 56 ; Touris of Inverleith superior of, 57 ; draw-well mentioned, 58, 60 ; ‘lyme-hoillis’ in, 59, 60 ; lands of, bought by Sir Adam Hepburn of Humbie, 62, 63 ; industrial development, 63-4 ; boundaries of Wester Croft, 64; thatched houses, 74; Cross of, 76 ; Easter Croft larger than Wester, 80; Lady Nicolson and Easter Croft, 82; Miller’s linen manufactory near, 206. See also General’s Entry. XXII
Bristo, 131. XXIII
Bristo, 121. XXVII
Bristo, 41, 42, 45, 52, 56, 59, 61 ; purchase in 1706 by Mary Erskine for Merchant Maiden Hospital of house in, 5; location of Merchant Maiden Hospital in, 12 ; use for 120 years by Merchant Maiden Hospital of house in, 12-29 ; public roup of furniture of Merchant Maiden Hospital in house in, 28 ; attempts in 1819 by governors of Merchant Maiden Hospital to dispose of house in, 28-9. XXIX
Bristo, 148. XXXII
Bristo, charity workhouse at, 47. XXXIV
Bristo Church. See Seceders’ Meeting-house. XXII
Bristo, Easter and WV ester Crofts of, 198 n., 199, 200. XXIV
Bristo Green, 200. XXIV
Bristo House. See Ross House. XXIV
Bristo House. See Ross House. XXVI
Bristo Port, 140, 144. XXV
Bristo Port, 12, 16, 156. XXIX
Bristo Port, 4, 114. XXXIV
Bristo Port, 63, 70. See also Society Port. XXII
Bristo Street, 17, 19, 24; Carlyle lodges in, 22. XXVI
Bristo Street, 12, 15, 19, 21, 28, 29; proposal in 1765 for sale by governors of Merchant Maiden Hospital of laigh houses in, 14 ; installation in late eighteenth century of public lighting in, 17-18 ; proposal in 1819 for removal of Telfer’s City Wall along, 28. XXIX
Bristo Street, 120, 124, 138, 144, 151, 155. XXXII
Bristo Street, 125. XXXIII
Bristo Street, 53, 102. XXXIV
‘Bristow Causeway,’ 32. XXVI
Bristow, Mr., 85. XXX
British Association, 80, 81. XXXIII
British Association, Edinburgh meeting of, 66-67, 126n. XXXV
British League of Juvenile Abstainers, 39. XXXIII
British Linen Co., 164, 231. XXIV
British Linen Company, 2. XXV
British Linen Company, 162, 164, 167, 169. XXVIII
British Linen Company’s Bank, 11, 24, 115n. XXXV
British Museum, 54. XXXIII
British Women’s Temperance Association, 33, 40n. XXXIII
Broad Wynd, Leith, 7, 156. XXXII
Broad Wynd, Leith, 65. XXXIV
Broadstairs House, 156 n., 170 and n. XXIV
Brodie, Deacon, 11, 29, 30 ; his burglaries, 16; anecdote of, 20; news of arrest, 24 ; goods rouped, 39 ; arrested, 50, 51, 54, 58, 60; his trial postponed, 65. XXIV
Brodie, Deacon, 50, 65. XXVI
Brodie, Francis, cabinet-making business of, 42-50 ; furniture supplied to Mr. Ross of Pitcalnie in 1759 by, 47 and n., 48 ; election in 1775 as Deacon of the Incorporation of Wrights of, 49 ; work carried out in 1775 for the University by, 49 ; artistic taste of, 45-6 ; top floor of his house let to Mrs. Ross of Pitcalnie by, 46-7 ; death in 1782 of, 49. XXXII
Brodie, Francis, furniture maker, 1774, 59. XXXIII
Brodie, Francis, merchant, 142. XXIV
Brodie, Ludovic, father of [Brodie, Francis, Deacon of the Incorporation of Wrights], 43. XXXII
Brodie, William, ancestry of, 42-3 ; cabinet-making business of, 43-50 ; account for work carried out in 1770 for Mrs. Ross of Pitcalnie by, 49, 221-3 ; later career as wright of, 49-50 and n. XXXII
Brodie, William, deacon of wrights, 8. XXIX
Brodie, Wm., artist, 75, 84n, 85, 86, 92n, 94n. XXXIII
Brodie, Wm., furniture maker, son of Francis Brodie, 1774, 59. XXXIII
Brodie’s Close, 43, 118, 122, 222. XXXII
Brodie’s Land, Netherbow, 116. XXXII
Brokhous Bog, 144. XXIII
Brome, Jas., 139. XXXIII
Brook, Lt.-Col. Robert, Governor of St. Helena, 71. XXX
Brooks, Adam, Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Broomhouse, 8, 16. XXXIV
Brougham, Henry, Lord, 29. XXVI
Brougham, Henry, Lord, 74. XXXIII
Brougham Place, 190. XXXII
Brougham Street, 54. XXX
Brougham Street, 205. XXXII
Brougham Street, 99. XXXIV
Broughams, 206. XXXII
Broughton, 91 ; baron bailie of, 93. XXII
Broughton, 1, 9, 21, 73; quarries at, 9; Drumsheugh and, 72. XXV
Broughton, 2. XXXII
Broughton, 80-81, 83. XXXIV
Broughton, Barony of, 5, 55, 114, 116, 129, 130, 137 ; and St. Leonards, 112 ; Roxburgh family and, 112-13 ; Crown charter to Magistrates of Edinburgh of, 113. XXIII
Broughton Burn, 164. XXII
Broughton, Chas., W.S., 121. XXXIII
Broughton, Ed., of the Excise, 99, 119. XXXIII
Broughton, Edward, 46. XXXI
Broughton, feu farmers of, 7, 9-22. XXXIV
Broughton Hall, 88. XXV
Broughton, Hugh, of the Excise, 121. XXXIII
Broughton Loan, 41. XXXIV
Broughton Loan, 2, 9 and n., 12, 29, 31 ; French settlers at, 8. XXV
Broughton, Mr., 77, 78. XXX
Broughton Park, murder in, 30. XXIV
Broughton Place U.P. Church, 6, 15, 64, 119n, 137. XXXV
Broughton, regality and barony of, 1-22. XXXIV
Broughton Road, route of the Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159; tunnel at west end of, 159, 161. XXXIII
Broughton, superiority of, from 17th Century, 29. XXXIV
Broughton, superiors and officers of, 1, 2. XXXIV
Broughton, Thos., Commissioner of Excise, 76. XXII
Broughton, vassals of, 1592-1600, 14-22. XXXIV
Broun, Andrew, 64. XXV
Brounisfeld: see Bruntsfield. XXXIV
Brounisfield, lands of : see Bruntsfield, lands of, 195. XXXII
Broussais, François Joseph Victor, Professor of Pathology, University of Paris, 179. XXXII
Brown (Broun), James, 106. XXIII
Brown, Alex., Keeper of the Advocates’ Library 13. XXXIII
Brown, Alexander, 185. XXIX
Brown, Andrew, buys Braid estate, 32. XXVII
Brown, Captain, Leith, 123. XXVII
Brown, Charles, of Colstoun, advocate, 224. XXXII
Brown, David, interest of governors of Merchant Maiden Hospital in park in Lauriston of, 24, 26. XXIX
Brown, David, master weaver, 165. XXVII
Brown, Dr, 19. XXXV
Brown, Dr. John, 65. XXVII
Brown, Dr John, 70, 82, 90n. XXXIII
Brown, Dr. Thomas, 162. XXXI
Brown, Frances, 141. XXIV
Brown, Francis, at the Cross, 129. XXVII
Brown, George, Commissioner of Excise, 224. XXXII
Brown, George, master of Orphan Hospital, 157, 161, 165. XXVII
Brown, George, Square called after him, owns Lindsaylands and Elliston, Commissioner of Excise, connected with Riding School, member of Poker Club, daughters well married, 83. XXVI
Brown, George, teacher, 118. XXXII
Brown, Gerard Baldwin, Professor of Fine Art, 37-38, 40n. XXXIII
Brown, Hon. Geo., Prime Minister of Canada, 30. XXVI
Brown, Hugh, weaver, 14. XXV
Brown, J. G., stone carving at Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Brown, J. T., 83. XXXIII
Brown, James, 22, 52; buys site of George Square, 3 ; supervises building scheme, 5 ; ‘dignity’ of ‘Great Square,’ 5 ; ‘centrical area,’ 15-17 ; buys Ross Park, 20; builds Buccleuch Place, 27 ; prominent in affairs of Riding School, 82; buys ‘George’s Square Assembly Rooms,’ 81-2. XXVI
Brown, James A., 164. XXXI
Brown, James, builder of George Square, etc. , 40. XXXIV
Brown, Janet, 95. XXIII
Brown, Jas., builder and architect, 99, 118. XXXIII
Brown, Jas., builder of George Square, 249. XXIV
Brown, Jas., chirurgeon apothecary, 227, 228. XXIV
Brown, Jas., merchant, Lawnmarket, 248. XXIV
Brown, Jas., tailor, Canongate, 105. XXII
Brown, John, 185. XXIX
Brown, John, ‘hospitaller,’ 121. XXIII
Brown, John, of Gorgie Mill, 183. XXV
Brown, John, of Haddington, Seceder, 85. XXIV
Brown, John, printer, 72. XXVII
Brown, John S., of Smeaton Park, 143. XXVI
Brown, John, teacher of French, 118. XXXII
Brown, Lieutenant, 86. XXXII
Brown, Lieutenant James, 224. XXXII
Brown, Luckie, 2. XXIV
Brown, Margaret, wife of Robert Lawson of Humbie, 109. XXIII
Brown, Marion, 93. XXIII
Brown, Martha, 106, 108, 116, 162. XXXI
Brown, Mr., 84. XXX
Brown, Mr, 93. XXXIV
Brown, Mrs., 124, 164. XXXI
Brown, Mrs. Marion, 162. XXXI
Brown, Mrs., proprietor of Bruntsfield Hut, 31. XXX
Brown, Nicol, secretary to Lord Keith, 97. XXX
Brown, Patrick, of Colstoun, 16. XXXIV
Brown, Prof. G. Baldwin, 160. XXVI
Brown, R., of Firth, 149. XXVI
Brown, Rev. Chas. J., New North Free Church, 146, 154. XXVI
Brown, Rev. Dr John, 31, 64, 67, 119n. XXXV
Brown, Rev. Dr Joseph, Dalkeith, 15, 40, 116n. XXXV
Brown, Rev. Peter, Wishaw, 40, 121n. XXXV
Brown, Reverend William, minister of Old Greyfriars’ Church and governor of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 11. XXIX
Brown Square, 173. XXII
Brown Square, 152. XXIV
Brown Square, 3. XXVI
Brown Square, 155. XXX
Brown Square, 49, 52, 99. XXXIV
Brown Square, proposal in 1824 for demolition of, 156 and n. XXIX
Brown Street, 82. XXII
Brown, Thomas, 155. XXXV
Brown, Thomas, advocate, 106-8, 116, 162. XXXI
Brown, Thomas, plan of Edinburgh in 1820 by, 146 and n. XXIX
Brown, Thomas, Professor of Moral Philosophy, 181. XXXII
Brown, Thomas, teacher, 118. XXXII
Brown, William, George Street, bookseller, 131 and n. XXX
Brown, William, M.D., Melrose, 87, 129n. XXXV
Brown, William, teacher of English, 118. XXXII
Brown, Wm., son of Jas., apothecary, 227, 232. XXIV
Browne, Dr. James, editor of the Caledonian Mercury, 146. XXX
Browne, George Washington, Suggestion for the completion of the Scottish National Monument, 1918, 41. XXX
Browne, Sir G. Washington, P.R.S.A., 73. XXIV
Browne, Sir Thomas, 114. XXVII
Brown’s Close, 156. XXXII
Brown’s Ground, in Canongate Churchyard, 14, 16n. XXXIII
Brown’s map of city (1820), 10. XXIII
Browns of Braid, 26 ; their mansion known as ‘The Hermitage,’ 26. XXVII
Brown’s Square, 119. XXXII
Brown’s Vulgar Errors, 130. XXVII
Bruce (Breusoh), Peter, playing-card manufacturer, 43. XXVII
Bruce, Alex., of Kennet, 125. XXVI
Bruce, Alexander, of Airth, 7, 10n, 14, 15. XXXIV
Bruce, Ed., W.S., 119. XXXIII
Bruce, Jas., wine merchant, 120, XXXIII
Bruce, John, Professor of Logic, 49. XXXII
Bruce, Lady Elizabeth, 91. XXXIV
Bruce, Lt.-Col. Robt., 40, 73. XXVI
Bruce, Miss, 64, 104. XXX
Bruce, Mr, 87. [CHECK or Bruce of Kennet??] XXXIII
Bruce, Mrs., teacher, 118. XXXII
Bruce of Kennet, Captain, 121. XXXIII
Bruce, Richard,15. XXXIV
Bruce, Robert, 15. XXXIV
Bruce, Robert, goldsmith, 124 and n. XXIX
Bruce, Robt., goldsmith, 112, 126. XXV
Bruce, Robt., of Kennet, Lord of Session, 125. XXVI
Bruce, Robt., Sheriff of Argyll, 77. XXVI
Bruce, Sir William, of Balcaskie, 32. XXXIV
Bruce, Sir Wm., of Balcaskie, architect of new Holyroodhouse, 137 ; and of Prestonfield, 186. XXIV
Bruce, Thomas, teacher and musician, 118. XXXII
Bruce, Thos., of Kennet, 119. XXVI
Bruce, Wm., Speirs, zoologist, 54, 57n. XXXIII
Bruce’s Close, 126 and n. XXIX
Bruces, The, 83, 99. XXX
Brudenel, Mrs., 90. XXX
Brundie, Francis, 4. XXXIV
Brunstane, 198. XXV
Brunstane Burn, 144. XXXV
Brunswick Street, building in 1820s in, 151, 163. XXIX
Brunton, Alexander, Chaplain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 164. XXXII
Brunton, Mary, novelist, 64. XXVIII
Brunton Place, building in 1825 in, 163. XXIX
Brunton, Rev. Professor, D.D., his Canongate house, 64, 67. XXVIII
Bruntsfield, 32 XXX
Bruntsfield, 38, 49, 88. XXXIV
Bruntsfield, 70, 72 n., 110, 116. XXIV
Bruntsfield Church, 197, 198. XXXII
Bruntsfield Gardens, 200. XXXII
Bruntsfield Hotel, 197. XXXII
Bruntsfield House, 196. XXXII
Bruntsfield House, 52. XXXIV
Bruntsfield House, ice house at, 138. XXVIII
Bruntsfield Hut, 31. XXX
Bruntsfield Hut, 178. XXXI
Bruntsfield, lands of, 195. XXXII
Bruntsfield Links, 183. XXII
Bruntsfield Links, 5. XXIII
Bruntsfield Links, 7, 34, 37, 38, 84. XXIV
Bruntsfield Links, 121, 125, 148. XXVII
Bruntsfield Links, 31, 70. XXX
Bruntsfield Links, 194, 195, 196, 217. XXXII
Bruntsfield Links Golf Club, 195. XXXII
Bruntsfield Links, tavern in, 58-9 ; quarry in, 132 and n. XXIX
Bruntsfield Place, 193, 195, 196-7, 200, 205, 206, 207, 209, 214, 215, 217. XXXII
Bruntsfield Place, 38, 114. XXXIV
Bruntsfield Terrace, 199, 206. XXXII
Bruntsfleld House, 198. XXV
Brussett, Anthony, his lands in Bristo, 58. XXII
Bryce, A. H., rector of Edinburgh Collegiate School, 84, 94n. XXXIII
Bryce, David, architect, 96-97, 99. XXXIV
Bryce, David, architect, 71, 72, 91n, 154. XXXIII
Bryce, David, Trinity College Church as restored on the Calton Hill, c. 1852, 49; design for restored David’s Tower in Castle as memorial to Prince Consort by, 57-8 ; connection with Bank of Scotland building on the Mound of, 58. XXX
Bryce, Dr. Moir (quoted), 136, 137. XXIII
Bryce, Dr W., 84, 94n. XXXIII
Bryce, James, surgeon, 87, 99, 100, 101. XXX
Bryce, Mrs., 88, 101, 102. XXX
Bryce, W. Moir, 38, 54n, 55n. XXXIV
Bryce, W. Moir, his Burgh Muir (quoted), 70, 71, 75, 76, 94, 98, 112, 121, 156, 157. XXIV
Bryce, William, bookseller, 131. XXX
Bryden, Charles, 68. XXV
Bryson, Alexander, clockmaker, 128-9 and n. XXX
Bryson, David, macer, 135 and n. XXIX
Bryson, Robert, clockmaker, father of above, 128-9 and n. [CHECK against text] XXX
Bryson, Robert, Master of Merchant Company, son of above, 129 and n. [CHECK against text] XXX
Bubonic plague, history of, 8-9 ; regulations of 1644 to try to prevent entry to Leith, Newhaven and Edinburgh of, 9 and n.; epidemic in 1645 in Edinburgh and Leith of, 8-21 and nn. XXXII
Buccleuch Burying Ground, 88. XXII
Buccleuch Chapel, 176 n., 181. XXIV
Buccleuch Church, 24 ; memorial to Dr. Adam, 98. XXVI
Buccleuch Church, 70, 90n. XXXIII
Buccleuch Church, building in 1823 of, 145 and n. XXIX
Buccleuch, Duke of, 13, 14, 109. XXVI
Buccleuch, John Chas. Scott, seventh Duke of, 56. XXXIII
Buccleuch, parish of, 153. XXXII
Buccleuch Pend, Burns and, 27. XXVI
Buccleuch Place, 14 ; memories of, 176 n. XXIV
Buccleuch Place, 15, 23, 82; features, 27, 28; Assembly Rooms, 28 ; Lady Hamilton of Rosehall resides in, 29 ; literary and scholastic associations, 29, 30. XXVI
Buccleuch Place, 25. XXIX
Buccleuch Place, 143. XXXII
Buccleuch Place, 148; No. 41, 14; Our Street, 42. XXXIII
Buccleuch Place, 40, 43. XXXIV
Buccleuch St., Chapel of Ease, 205, 206. XXV
Buccleuch St. ‘pend,’ 212; Burns and, 213 n. XXIV
Buccleuch Street, 24. XXVI
Buccleuch Street, 130. XXXII
Buccleuch Street, 99. XXXIII
Buccleuch Street, 39, 40, 43. XXXIV
Buccleuch, Walter Douglas Scott, 5th Duke of, 50. XXXIV
Buccleuch, Walter Francis, fifth Duke of, 51, 52, 86, 95n. XXXIII
Buccleuch, Walter Francis Montagu-Douglas-Scott, 5th Duke of, proposal in 1830 for establishment of racecourse in Meadows by, 147. XXX
Buccleuch, Wm. Henry Walter Montague Douglas Scott, sixth Duke of, formerly Earl of Dalkeith, 74, 81, 92n. XXXIII
Buchan, David Stewart Erskine, 11th Earl of, 117. XXX
Buchan, Dr., lecturer, 118. XXXII
Buchan, Henry David, Earl of, 78. XXVI
Buchan, Hugh, city chamberlain, 84. XXIV
Buchan, Hugh, City Chamberlain, 198. XXXII
Buchan, Hugh, town chamberlain, 197. XXII
Buchan, Hugh, writer, 48. XXXI
Buchan, Jas., physician, 84. XXIV
Buchan, Margaret, Countess of, wife of [Buchan, 11th Earl of] , 117. XXX
Buchan, Robert, teacher, 118. XXXII
Buchan, Wm., author of Domestic Medicine, 150. XXII
Buchanan, David, 139, 142n. XXXIII
Buchanan, Duncan, wright, 130. XXIX
Buchanan, G., engineer-superintendent on the construction of Scotland Street Tunnel, 160. XXXIII
Buchanan, Geo., and Sheriffhall, 177. XXV
Buchanan, Geo., obelisk erected to, 54. XXIV
Buchanan, George, 22. XXVII
Buchanan, George, 133. XXXII
Buchanan, Isobel, mother of Lindsay Rae, 13, 16n. XXXIII
Buchanan, John, of Kelly, 224. XXXII
Buchanan, John Young, member of Challenger Expedition, 52, 57n. XXXIII
Buchanan, Richard, teacher, 118. XXXII
Buchanan, Wm., bowmaker to the Royal Company of Archers, uncle to Lindsay Rae, 13, 15, 16n. XXXIII
Buchanan’s Court, Lawnmarket, 124, 135. XXXII
Buchan’s Feu, 5. XXIII
Buckingham Terrace, 87. XXXIII
‘Buckstane’ 110, 112 n. XXIV
Buik of … Alexander the Great, 227. [abridged in volume index] XXII
Builder, The, 41. XXX
Builder, The, 97, 99, 100. XXXIV
Builders, 37, 81, 93n, 144, 160; London, 82; Union, 24. XXXIII
Buller, Chas. and Arthur, tutored by Carlyle, 76. XXVI
Buller, Elizabeth, 101, 161. XXXI
Buller, Lady Elizabeth, 101, 132, 161. XXXI
Buller, Sir Francis, 161. XXXI
Bull’s Close, north side of High St., 162. XXII
Bull’s Land, opposite Tron Church, 126. XXXII
Bunting, Ann, second wife of Geo. Miller, senior, 206. XXII
Burbage, —, clockmaker, 109. XXIX
Burd, Capt. Edward, younger, 142. XXIV
Burd, Mr, 93. XXXIV
Burden, John, servant, Clerks of Session, 107. XXV
Burden, Mrs., actress, 118. XXXII
Burdett-Coutts, Angela Georgina, baroness, 84 85, 94n. XXXIII
Burdiehouse, 137. XXXIII
Burdiehouse Burn, 144. XXXV
Burgess, James, treasurer in 1831 of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 44n. XXIX
Burgess-ship, involves residence within burgh, 168 ; and extension of royalty, 184. XXII
Burgh Court, 83, 86. XXIII
Burgh laws, 83, 84. XXIII
Burgh Loch, 88. XXII
Burgh Loch, 112, 131. XXIII
Burgh Loch, 130, 234. XXIV
Burgh Loch, 32. XXX
Burgh Loch, 189, 190, 195. XXXII
Burgh Muir, 88, 116, 138. XXIII
Burgh Muir, 70, 83, 91, 98, 202, 217, 222, 234, 236; Wester, 70, 76, 80, 109, 110, 111, 114, 122, 124 ; James IV’s standard not flown on, 113 ; no muster of Flodden army on, 119; Ellem rendezvous, 121, 123. XXIV
Burgh Muir, 73. XXV
Burgh Muir, 17, 194, 195, 196, 202. XXXII
Burgh Muir, gibbet on, 56. XXII
Burgh Muir, isolation hospitals on, 31. XXVII
Burgh Reform Act, 158. XXX
Burgh Reform Act, 1833, 31, 32. XXXIII
Burghers and Anti-burghers. See Seceders’ Meeting-house. XXII
Burghmuirhead, 70, 71, 76, 85, 109, 110, 116. XXIV
Burghs, maritime, on East Coast, to apply to Lord Provost of Edinburgh for convoys, 80. XXVIII
Burghs, Royal, General Convention of, 122n. XXIX
burial grounds: Calton, 45; Greyfriars, 30, 41; Incorporated Trades of Calton, 45; St Giles, 24; St John’s Episcopal, 45. XXXIV
Burke and Hare murders, 194-6. XXIV
Burke, William, 142. XXX
Burke, William, conviction for murder of, 182, 183 and n. XXIX
Burlaw Court of Leith, 75 n. XXV
Burleigh, fourth Lord, 125. XXVI
Burline, Francis, drawing master, 118. XXXII
Burn, John, teacher of English, 118. XXXII
Burn, Robert, architect, to plan buildings and streets on site of Picardy, 30 ; offer re property there, 31 ; pays by instalments, 32; plan for drawing academy, 33. XXV
Burn, William, architect, 85. XXVII
Burn, William, architect, 50; connection with Dean Bridge project of, 167. XXX
Burn, William, architect of building of Merchant Maiden Hospital in Lauriston, 26, 29. XXIX
Burne, Thomas, deacon of Candlemakers of Edinburgh, 141. XXIII
Burnet, Alex., Archbishop of Glasgow, 90, 102, 117. XXV
Burnet, Fanny, 55. XXIX
Burnet, Geo., 121. XXXIII
Burnet, Gilbert, Travels, 114. XXVII
Burnet, Jas., gardener, 226. XXIV
Burnet, Jas. See Monboddo. XXVI
Burnet, Miss, 68, 74. XXX
Burnet, Mr., 72, 77. XXX
Burnet, Robert, W.S., 128. XXIX
Burnet, Sir Thos., H.M. Physician, 117, 126. XXV
Burnet, William, of Barns, 136. XXIX
Burnet’s Close, 128. XXXII
Burnet’s Close, 130, 131n. XXIX
Burnett, Lieutenant-Colonel John : See Bennett, Lieutenant-Colonel John. XXXII
Burns, Agnes, widow of Thomas Yorston, deacon of goldsmiths, 116. XXIX
Burns Monument, 40. XXX
Burns, Robert, 45. XXIII
Burns, Robert, 27, 30, 38, 52, 68, 103 ; meets Scott, 79. XXVI
Burns, Robert, 23. XXVII
Burns, Robert, 130 ; preparations in 1831 for erection on Calton Hill of monument to, 155. XXX
Burns, Robert, 119, 122, 142, 145, 150. XXXII
Burns, Robert, 9, 10, 213 n. ; and Ferrier family, 81. XXIV
Burns, Robert, 12, 106, 133ns. XXXV
Burns, Robert, visits to St. John Street, 62-3. XXVIII
Burns, Thos. Chas., ‘gas manufacturer,’ 36. XXVI
Burns, Thos., W.S., of Longcroft, apprentice to Scott’s father, 36. XXVI
Burnsfield Links : see Bruntsfield Links. XXX
Burntisland, reduction in 1826 of fares of ferries between Newhaven and, 173. XXIX
Burrel, William, barber, 28. XXV
Burrell, Mr., teacher of drawing, 109, 118. XXXII
Burt, Bell, 55. XXIX
Burton, David, glazier, 125. XXV
Burton, John Hill, historian, 196. XXV
Burton, John Hill, historian, 91 n. XXIV
Burton, M., Ideals in Industry, 138n. XXX
Burton, Montague, 105. XXII
Burton, Robert, teacher, 118. XXXII
Burton, William, Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 169. XXXII
Bushby, Miss, 92, 160. XXXI
Bussford, Mr., 115. XXX
Butchart, Robert, Skene Drawings of Old Edinburgh, 127-45. XXV
Butchers, Stockbridge Market, 29. XXXIII
Bute, John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquis of, 101. XXXIV
Bute, John Stuart, third Earl of, 169, 175n. XXXIII
Butler, T. L., teacher of piano, 118. XXXII
Butt, Dame Clara, 102. XXXIV
Butter, Charles, 62. XXXIV
Butter Tron, 96. XXIII
Buttertield, William, architect, 99. XXXIV
Butterworth, Edmond, writing master, 118, 140, 146. XXXII
Butterworth, Edmund, town surveyor, raises action against Charlotte Square proprietors, 26-37. XXIII
Byere Mownt, 3. XXXII
Byrecleuch, lands of, 74. XXIV
Byres, Alex., of Coates, acquires part of St. Leonards, 217. XXIV
Byres, Anna, daughter of [Byres, Alex., of Coates], 217-18, 219. XXIV
Byres, John, of Coates, and lands of St. Leonards, 134. XXIII
Byres, John, of Coates, and St. Leonards, 201, 217. XXIV
Byres, Robt., advocate, 201. XXIV
Byres, Sir John, of Coates, 74, 79, 80, 144. XXV
Byron, Lord, 13. XXXV
Byron the poet, his mother causes scene in Edinburgh theatre, 113. XXVI

C

Cabbagehall, 209 and n., 210-11, 213 ; distillery at, 211 ; situation and history of, 212. XXIV
Cabbagehall Garden, 212, 213. XXIV
Cabinet and chairmakers, 17-26; 32, 33; early union in
Edinburgh, 17, 18; Edinburgh Society of, 17, 21, 26; English National
Union of Cabinetmakers, later Amalgamated Union, 18, 20;
Glasgow and West of Scotland Association for the Protection of Labour,
18; Grand National Consolidated Trades Union, 18, 24; local societies,
18; National Union of Furniture Trades Operatives, 17; price books, 17;
Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chairmakers: Edinburgh Branch,
17-26; United Operative Cabinet and Chairmakers’ Association of
Scotland, 17. XXXIII
Cabinet makers, statistics in late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century of, 51. XXXII
Cabinetmakers’ Union: see Scottish National Union of
Cabinet and Chairmakers’: see also Edinburgh Society of Cabinet and
Chairmakers’ ; National Union of Furniture Trades Operatives; United
Operative Cabinet and Chairmakers’ Association of Scotland. XXXIII
Cachemere : see Kashmir shawls. XXXI
Caddies, 10. XXIV
Cadel, Mr., 62. XXX
Cadell, Miss Fairlie (Mrs Chitty), 124. XXXIII
Cadell, Robt., publisher, 83. XXIV
Cadell, Robt., Scott’s publisher, 32, 33, 34. XXII
Cadell, William, Carron iron works, 54. XXVII
Cadell, William, Treasurer to the Bank of Scotland,
appointment in 1830 as one of trustees for building of Donaldson’s
Hospital, 150. XXX
Cadell, Wm., paper maker, 47, 70. XXV
Cadells & Edington, paper makers, 47. XXV
“Cady,” Officer of the Edinburgh Skating Club, 109, 110, 111, 115, 116; uniform, 110, 115. XXXIII
Caerlaverock Castle, Nithsda1e’s work at, 41. XXXI
Caffraria, see Kaffraria. XXXV
‘Cage’ summer house, 31. XXVI
Caird, John, Professor, 43. XXXIII
Caird, Rev. Dr. John, Principal of Glasgow University, 63. XXVI
Caird, Rev. John, Berwick upon Tweed, 137. XXXV
Caire, Chas., tailor, 106. XXII
Cairncross, Robert, Abbot of Holyrood, 7. XXXIV
Cairncross, Robert, “Mekle Hob”, 6. XXXIV
Cairncross, Robert, of Colmslie, 14, 16. XXXIV
Cairncross, William, 7, 14, 15. XXXIV
Cairnes, Robert, 141, 142. XXIII
Cairns, David, writer, 141. XXIV
Cairns, Rev. Dr John, 78, 92n. XXXIII
Cairns, Robert, wright, 124 and n. XXIX
Calcraft, Mr., actor, 104, 127, 162. XXXI
Calder : see Mid Calder, parish of. XXX
Calder, 115. XXXIV
Calder Hall, home of Dr. Hare, 109. XXX
Calder House, ice house at, 121, 122. XXVIII
Calder, Sir Thomas, 62. XXXIV
Calder, William, Lord Provost, 198. XXXII
Calder-Marshall, Wm., A.R.S.A., 65, 88n. XXXIII
Calderwood, David, historian, 150, 155n. XXXIII
Calderwood, Mrs., of Polton, her Letters and Journals, 60. XXVI
Calderwood, Rev. Dr Henry, 73, 74, 79, 91n. XXXIII
Calderwood, Sir Jas., and Jacobite rising, resides abroad, 59. XXVI
Calderwood, Thos., of Polton, 59. XXVI
Calderwood, Wm., of Polton, 59-60. XXVI
Calderwoods of Polton, 58. XXVII
Caledonian Ball, 1822, 68, 91, 129, 131, 134, 147, 151-5, 159, 167. XXXI
Caledonian Canal, 25. XXXIII
Caledonian Canal, 144n. XXX
Caledonian Hotel, 51. XXXIV
Caledonian Hunt, 153. XXXI
Caledonian Insurance Co., 139. XXX
Caledonian Insurance Co., 64, 92n. XXXIII
Caledonian Mercury, 70. XXIII
Caledonian Mercury, 162, 190. XXV
Caledonian Mercury, 20, 26, 49, 55. XXVII
Caledonian Mercury, 43, 60, 61, 105, 113, 116, 118, 143 ; duel in 1829 between editors of The Scotsman and the, 146. XXX
Caledonian Mercury, 162. XXXV
Caledonian Mercury, 169 n., 172 n., 200, 224 n., 229. XXIV
Caledonian Mercury, advertisements for pocket microscopes, 167, 168, 169, 170-171, 172-173, 175n, 176n. XXXIII
Caledonian Railway, 178. XXXI
Caledonian Railway Company, 51, 87. XXXIV
Caledonian Railway Station, 140. XXX
Caledonian Station, 76, 77, 92n. XXXIII
Calendar of Laing Charters, references to Bristo in, 57. XXII
Calendar of Scottish Supplications to Rome, 7 and n. XXX
Callander, Lieutenant-Colonel George, Inspecting Field Oilicer of the Edinburgh District, 164. XXXII
Callendar, shire of, 144. XXXV
Callender, Elizabeth, wife of Thos. Hislop, 57. XXII
Callender, Matthew, deacon of Canongate Tailors, 101. XXII
Callender, Matthew, shoemaker, Bristo, 57, 58, 60. XXII
Calonne, the, a privateer, 100. XXVIII
Calotype, of Cross of Edinburgh, 151, 152, 153. XXXIII
Calton, 9, 31 ; jail, 136 ; Low, 136. XXV
Calton, 115, 117, 141, 147, 152. XXXII
Calton, barony of, 42, 45, 53. XXXIV
Calton Bridewell, 43-44. XXXIV
Calton burial ground, 45. XXXIV
Calton Burial Grounds, Old, 148. XXXIII
Calton Burying Grounds, 1. XXXV
Calton Convening Rooms, see Waterloo Rooms. XXXV
Calton Gaol: see Calton Jail. XXXIV
Calton Hill, 2, 57, 58, 63, 143. XXIII
Calton Hill, 42, 99. XXIV
Calton Hill, 42, 49, 52, 56, 144; drawing in 1809 by
John Harden of view from, 109 ; proposal in 1829 for the building of
debtors’ jail on, 146 ; preparations in 1831 for erection of monument
to Burns on, 155 ; responsibility assumed in 1852 by James Ritchie and
Son for operation of time ball on, 129. XXX
Calton Hill, 99, 109, 137, 151. XXXI
Calton Hill, 1, 6, 155. XXXII
Calton Hill, 51, 94, 106. XXXV
Calton Hill, 34, 43-46, 50-51, 81: and see Craigengalt. XXXIV
Calton Hill, 146, 170n; building in 1820s on, 144, 149, 151, 161, 162, 163, 171, 173, 176, 178, 181. XXIX
Calton Hill, ice houses around, 147, 148. XXVIII
Calton Hill Observatory, 44. XXXIV
Calton Hollow, 199. XXIV
Calton, Incorporated Trades of, 45. XXXIV
Calton jail, 53. XXIII
Calton Jail, 44, 46, 101. XXXIV
Calton Jail, 14, 31, 94. XXXV
Calton Old, Churchyard, 413. XXIV
Calton Road, 159. XXIX
Calton Street, 41, 45. XXXIV
Camberun : see Camerun. XXX
Cambric industry, 17-19 ; Acts anent, 25-6. XXV
Cambridge Terrace, proposed construction of, 185, 186-7. XXXII
Cambrun : see Camerun. XXX
Cameri, reference in charter of 1159 by Malcolm IV to,
4 and n. ; probability of identification with Camerun of, 7 ; see also
Camerun. XXX
Cameron, 38. XXXIV
Cameron, A., engraver, 153, 154. XXXIII
Cameron, Alex., 29, 49, 53, 54. XXIV
Cameron, Alexander, of Glenevis, imprisonment in Castle of, 96, 97, 98. XXXII
Cameron, Angus, of Rannoch, brother of above, imprisonment in Castle of, 96, 97, 98. [CHECK text] XXXII
Cameron Bridge, 7. XXX
Cameron, Dr. Archibald, imprisomnent in Castle of, 91-2, 94, 97. XXXII
Cameron estate, Newington, 185 n., 189. XXIV
Cameron House, 198. XXV
Cameron House, 7, 8. XXX
Cameron, Hugh, R.S.A., 158. XXVI
Cameron, James, 68. XXXIV
Cameron, John, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Cameron, John, minister at Kincardine, 132. XXIX
Cameron, John, of Fassifern, imprisonment in Castle of, 96, 97, 98. XXXII
Cameron, John, of Lochiel, father of above, 97, 98. [CHECK text] XXXII
Cameron, Miss, 33. XXXV
Cameron, painter, No, 212 Canongate, 49. XXXIII
Cameron, Sergeant More, 95. XXXII
Cameron, the Misses, 89. XXXV
Cameron Toll, 182 n., 190. XXIV
Cameronian Meeting House, 240. XXIV
Camerun, peat moss of, 7 and n.; preservation in
Cameron Bridge and House of name of, 7 ; probability of identification
with Cameri of, 7 ; see also Cameri. XXX
Cammell, Patrick, plumber, 62. XXXIV
Cammo House, sundial at, 107. XXVII
Cammo Road, 155n. XXXIII
Campbell, … [no prenames in text], tailor, builder of Argyle Square, 172-73. XXII
Campbell, Agnes, widow of Andrew Anderson, H.M. Printer, 144. XXIV
Campbell, Alex., of Cammo, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Campbell, Alex., trade unionist in Glasgow, 18, 23. XXXIII
Campbell, Alex., traveller, 140, 142n. XXXIII
Campbell, Alexander, drawing of Tower of Merchiston by, 27 and n., 30. XXXI
Campbell, Alexander, teacher of music, 109, 119. XXXII
Campbell, Archd., brewer, 149. XXVI
Campbell, Archibald, 96. XXXII
Campbell, Archibald, advocate, 224. XXXII
Campbell, Chas., of Barbreck, 116. XXVI
Campbell, Col. John, of Barbreck, 116. XXVI
Campbell, Col., of Saddel, 116. XXVI
Campbell, Col. Robt., of Monzie, marries daughter of
Chas. Erskine of Tinwald, Lord Justice-Clerk, aunt of Kirkpatrick
Sharpe, 83. XXVI
Campbell, Colin, W.S., 106. XXV
Campbell, Colonel John, of Fonab, Receiver General of Customs, 224. XXXII
Campbell, David, 3. XXXIV
Campbell, David, H.M. Master Tailor for North Britain, 32-3. XXX
Campbell, Donald, 166. XXVII
Campbell, Gabriel, spirit dealer, 33. XXX
Campbell, Gen. John Fletcher. See Fletcher. XXVI
Campbell, General, 224. XXXII
Campbell, General, of Inverneil, 84. XXV
Campbell, George, teacher of mathematics, 119. XXXII
Campbell, Gilbert, in Bristo, 61. XXII
Campbell, Hon. Dudley, of the United States, 43. XXXIII
Campbell, Isabella, govemess (1813-1817) of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 43-4 and n., 69, 91. XXIX
Campbell, James, 96. XXXII
Campbell, Jas., clockmaker in the Links, Officer and bowmaker to the Royal Company of Archers, 14. XXXIII
Campbell, Jas., of Blythswood, 57. XXVI
Campbell, Jean, 144. XXIV
Campbell, Jean, widow of William Law of Lauriston, goldsmith burgess, 116. XXIX
Campbell, John Fletcher, of Salton, 146. XXIII
Campbell, John, heraldic painter, 87. XXVII
Campbell, John, Lord Provost, 174. p XXII
Campbell, John, of Clathick, 126. XXVI
Campbell, John, See Stonefield, Lord. XXVI
Campbell, John, teacher, 119. XXXII
Campbell, Lady, challenged by the magistrates for desecrating the Sabbath, 193-4. XXVIII
Campbell, Lady Grace, 50. XXVI
Campbell, Lady, of Aberuchill, resides in Gayfield Square, 251. XXIV
Campbell, Lady, of Ardkinglas, her apartments at Holyroodhouse, 46-7. XXIII
Campbell, Lady of Barcaldine, 131, 162, 163, 165. XXXI
Campbell, Lauchlan, teacher of writing, 119. XXXII
Campbell, Lewis, Professor of Greek at St. Andrews, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Campbell, Lilias, wife of David Cathcart of Glenduisk, 120 and n. XXIX
Campbell, Lord John, 72, 156. XXXI
Campbell, Lt.-Col. John, hero of Mangalore, 50 ; monument in Bombay Cathedral, 51. XXVI
Campbell, Marion, wife of Robert Neilsone, participation in apprenticeship agreement of 1638 of, 176-7. XXXI
Campbell, Mrs., 117. XXXI
Campbell, Mrs., or Anderson, King’s Printer, infringement of her monopoly, her paper mill, 49-50. XXVII
Campbell, Mrs., teacher, 119. XXXII
Campbell, Mungo, of Burnbank, 133 and n. XXIX
Campbell, Neil, 73, 102. XXX
Campbell of Asnish, 43. XXVI
Campbell of Swinton: see Swinton, Archd. Campbell, of Kimmerghame. XXXIII
Campbell, P. M., 124. XXXIII
Campbell, Rev. Dr A. J., Melrose, 73, 78, 84, 86, 127n. XXXV
Campbell, Richd., of Helenton Mains, 129. XXVI
Campbell, Robert, teacher, 119. XXXII
Campbell, Sir Colin, of Aberuchill, 101. XXV
Campbell, Sir Duncan, of Barcaldine, Bart., 162, 165. XXXI
Campbell, Sir Geo., of Cessnock, 140. XXIV
Campbell, Sir Hugh, of Cawdor, 36-7 and n. XXXII
Campbell, Sir Ilay, 21. XXVI
Campbell, Sir Jas., of Auchenbreck, Bart., 116. XXVI
Campbell, Sir Jas., of Lawers, Governor and Constable of Edinburgh Castle, 47-8. XXIII
Campbell, Sir Wm. Purves Hume, 66, 73. XXVI
Campbell, Thos., poet, at Woodville, 100 and n. XXIV
Campbell, Thos., sculptor of Hopetoun monument, 29,
31, 32, 33, 35; admonished for delay in completing work ; payments to,
36. XXII
Campbell, Walter, of Shawfield, 165. XXXI
Campbell’s Close, 261. XXII
Camperdown, naval victory, 53 ; rejoicings, 11-14. XXVI
Camperdown, Robert Duncan, 1st Earl of, 151-2, 167. XXXI
Campvere, 58. XXV
Cana Mylles : see Canon Mills. XXXII
Canaan, 70, 93, 96 ; John Mosman and lands of, 88 n. ; Biblical name, 94 ; literary associations of, 99. XXIV
Canaan Bank, 52. XXXIV
Canaan House, 206. XXV
Canaan, lands of, 203-4. XXXII
Canaan Lane, 204. XXXII
Canaan Lodge, 97, 98. XXIV
Canaan, Lodge, 204. XXXII
Canaan Park, 97. XXIV
Canada, 5, 113n. XXXV
Canada, Presbyterian Missions in Alberta, 71-72. XXXIV
Canal : see Union Canal. XXIX
Canal Basin : see Port Hopetoun. XXIX
Canal Basin : see Port Hopetoun. XXX
Canal, North Loch, 29, 37. XXIV
Canal Street, 197. XXII
Canal Street, 40. XXIV
Canal Street, 40, 42, 50. XXXIV
Canal Street, railway terminus for Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Canals : see Great Canal; Union Canal. XXX
canals, proposed routes of in Edinburgh, 48: and see Union Canal. XXXIV
Candlemaker Row, 7. XXV
Candlemaker Row, 54. XXXIV
Candlemaker Row, 11, 154n. XXIX
Candlemaker Row, sale in 1833 of material of old houses in, 158. XXX
Candlemakers, and Cracklinghouse, 141. XXIII
Candlemakers’ Incorporation, 65. XXV
Candlemakers of Edinburgh, 175 n. XXIV
Candlish, Dr Robt. Smith, 74, 91n; bust, 86; death Cannan, David, surgeon, 122. XXXIII
Canning Place, Causewayside, 169 n. XXIV
‘Cannon Milns,’ 6. XXVI
Canon Mills, 2. XXXII
Canon Mills: see Canonmills. XXXIII
Canongate, 135, 211, 225 ; Tailors’ Incorporation,
91-131 ; ‘Conveenery’ of, 92, 115, 116, 117, 122; Barbers and Wigmakers
of, 92 ; Edinburgh acquires superiority of, 93, 116 ; Tailors to obey
magistrates of, 98 ; Cross of, 100 ; four crafts of, 116; burgh’s
separate existence ended, 117 ; measures for dealing with poor, 117 ;
grammar school, 118 ; charity workhouse, 50, 117. See also Canongate
Church. XXII
Canongate, 3, 42, 63, 116, 117, 123, 124, 125, 128,
133, 137, 143, 144; and lands of Broughton, 113 ; magistrates of, and
St. Leonards Hospital, 127. XXIII
Canongate, 139. ‘ XXIV
Canongate, 61, 63 ; brass-founding in, 18 ; tolbooth, 108. XXVII
Canongate, 6, 20, 131, 132, 138, 142, 143, 147, 148, 153, 154, 155. XXXII
Canongate, 14, 47, 48, 49, 79, 80, 87; absorption by
Edinburgh, 1856, 32; builder in, 19th C. 144; causeway stones, 47;
Chessel’s Court, 70; cutler’s shop, 106; Lochend Close, 49; Milton
House, 49; Moray House, 48; North Back, 49; No. 212, 49;
Panmure Close, 49; Plainstaines Close, 48; Queensberry House, 49; 16th
C. inhabitants, 49; Sugarhouse, 48; Tolbooth Wynd, 49; Watson’s Close,
48; Younger’s Brewery, 49. XXXIII
Canongate, 53-54, 59. XXXIV
Canongate, 128, 131, 135n., 139, 153, 159, 161, 166,
175 ; enactment by Town Council in 1674 for building in stone in,
112-13 and nn. XXIX
Canongate, bath stoves erected in (1686), 58. XXXIV
Canongate, burgh of, 18-22, 24, 27, 33-34, 37, 41-42, 47-48, 53-54. XXXIV
Canongate Church, 41. XXIII
Canongate Church, 251 ; churchyard, 43. XXIV
Canongate Church, 114. XXXII
Canongate Church, 99. XXXIII
Canongate Church, building of, 128. XXIX
Canongate Church, Tailors and, 118-20, 124 ; Thos. Moodie’s mortification and, 171. XXII
Canongate Churchyard, 14, 46; Brown’s ground, 14; gravedigger, c. 1900, 16n; Hunter’s pillar, 14. XXXIII
Canongate, craftsmen of, 2, 3. XXXIV
Canongate, effect of royal court on, 2. XXXIV
Canongate English School, 155. XXXII
Canongate, feu-farm in, 7-9, 12n. XXXIV
Canongate Free Church, 41, 122n. XXXV
Canongate Grammar School : see Canongate High School. XXXII
Canongate, Hammermen of, coat of arms, 31. XXVIII
Canongate High School, 109-10, 115, 119, 122, 124, 133, 145, 146, 148, 154. XXXII
Canongate jail, 93-94. XXXIV
Canongate, judicial and administrative centre of Broughton, 1. XXXIV
Canongate Kilwinning Lodge, 192. XXII
Canongate Kirkyard: see Canongate Churchyard, XXXIII
Canongate, Lopley Stone, 24. XXXIV
Canongate, officers of, 2. XXXIV
Canongate, physical aspects of, 2, 3. XXXIV
Canongate Poor House, 46. XXXIII
Canongate, proceedings in courts of, 3-7. XXXIV
Canongate, St John’s Cross, 5, 24. XXXIV
Canongate, superiority of: granted to Sir Lewis
Bellenden, 1587, 1; transferred to Edinburgh in 17th century, 29;
incorporated in Edinburgh 1856, 29, 53. XXXIV
Canongate, Thieves’ Hole, 3. XXXIV
Canongate Tolbooth, 251. XXIV
Canongate Tolbooth, 135. XXV
Canongate, Tolbooth, 2, 3. XXXIV
Canonmills, 3. XXIII
Canonmills, 136 ; paper making at, 53, 54, 55. XXV
Canonmills, 108. XXVII
Canonmills, 132; course of old mill-lade at, 13. XXX
Canonmills, 116. XXXIII
Canonmills, 42, 44, 81-82. XXXIV
Canonmills Bridge, 117. XXXIV
Canonmills Loch, 163. XXIX
Canonmills Meadow, advertisement in 1825 for feuing of, 164-5. XXIX
Cant, Andrew, of Comiston, 87 n. XXIV
Cant, Christian, wife of Peter Rollock of Pilton, 35, 36. XXV
Cant, Henry, 28. XXXIV
Cant, Henry, of Over Liberton and Priestfield, 184. XXIV
Cant, James, 134 and n., 135 and n. XXIX
Cant, Janet, wife of Andrew Moncur, 19. XXX
Cant, Jas., 251. XXIV
Cant, John, laird of St. Giles Grange, 87 and n. XXIV
Cant, John, of Morton, possession of Merchiston by, 8 and nn. XXXI
Cant, Katherine, wife of John Balfour, 52. XXVII
Cant, Louis, possession of Merchiston by, 8 and nn. XXXI
Cant, Ludovic, his ‘land,’ 97, 107. XXV
Cant, Ludovick, 87. XXIV
Cant, Margt., wife of Thos. Hamilton, 184. XXIV
Cant, Thomas, of St. Giles’ Grange, father of [Cant, James], 134 and nn., 135nn. XXIX
Cant, Walter, of St. Giles Grange, 108. XXIII
Cant, Walter, of St. Giles’ Grange, 8. XXXI
Cantores, 78. XXV
Cant’s Close, 7. XXII
Cant’s Close, 116, 133, 138, 140, 143, 144. XXXII
Cant’s Close, 28. XXXIV
Cant’s Loan. See Mayfield Loan. XXIV
Cap and Feather Close, 26, 27, 190, 194. XXII
Cap and Feather ‘land,’ 25. XXII
Cap and Feather ‘land,’ 148, 152. XXIII
Cape Club, 179 and n. XXXI
Capell, Captain, 2. XXXII
Cappune, Johan Carl de, 123. XXXII
Carberry Hill, 149, 156. XXXV
Cardinal Beaton’s House, 53. XXXIV
Carfrae, Patrick, mason, 129 and n. XXIX
Cargill, David, teacher, 119. XXXII
Carkettil, John, 121-2. XXIX
Carkettil, Patrick, minister at Humbie, father of [Carkettil, John], 121. XXIX
Carlier, Francis, 7. XXV
Carlier, John, 21, 22, 23, 27, 29. XXV
Carlier, Thomas, weaver, 6, 7, 21, 22, 23, 25. XXV
Carlops, 109. XXXIV
Carlops bridge, 117. XXXIV
Carlow, Lady, daughter of third Earl of Bute, 41 ; impressions of Lord Stonefield, 50. XXVI
Carlton Place, building in 1826 in, 172. XXIX
Carlton Terrace, 45. XXXIV
Carlyle, Alex., 83. XXIV
Carlyle, Alex., minister of Inveresk, 97. XXXIII
Carlyle, Alex., of Inveresk, and Prestonpans prisoners, 121. XXVI
Carlyle, Dr. Alexander, 136. XXXII
Carlyle, Dr John, 67, 89n. XXXIII
Carlyle, Jane, her letters, 37. XXVII
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, 69-70. XXVI
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, 62, 66; death, 67; Early letters of, 62, 88n. XXXIII
Carlyle, Jane Welsh, and Woodcroft, 83. XXIV
Carlyle of Inveresk, ‘Jupiter,’ 22. XXVII
Carlyle, Thomas, 37. XXVII
Carlyle, Thos., 69 ; tutors Buller brothers, 76-7. XXVI
Carlyle, Thos., 38, 43, 61, 66, 67, 83. XXXIII
Carlyle, Thos., and charity workhouse, 52. XXII
Carlyle, Thos., at Millbank, 96, 97. XXIV
Carmelite Church, Queensferry, sundial at, 97. XXVII
Carmelite Priory, dovecote at, 153, 172. XXV
Carment, John C., 83, 94n. XXXIII
Carmichael, … [no prenames in text], deacon of Canongate Tailors, 101. XXII
Carmichael, Andrew, 183 n. XXXII
Carmichael, Gavin, 6, 17, 20. XXXIV
Carmichael, Helen, wife of James McMath, apothecary, 124 and n. XXIX
Carmichael, James, elder, of Barnblae, 129 and n. XXIX
Carmichael, James, of Athernie, 134n. XXIX
Carmichael, Janet, 16. XXXIV
Carmichael, John, 185. XXIX
Carmichael, John, 134 and n. XXIX
Carmichael, John, Lord, 147, 149, 150. XXIV
Carmichael, John, merchant, 43. XXIV
Carmichael, Lord, 124. XXVII
Carmichael, Lord, 132. XXIX
Carmichael, Matthew, his lands in Bristo, 57, 58, 60. XXII
Carmichael, Mrs., 224. XXXII
Carmichael, Mrs Helen, 91. XXXIV
Carmichael, Robert, doctor of medicine, son of James Carmichael, elder, of Barnblae, 129 and n. XXIX
Carmichael, Walter, in Bristo, 58. XXII
Carmichael, William, son of James Carmichael of Athernie, 134n. XXIX
Carmichaels, poulterers, 135. XXX
Carnegie, James, writer, 123-4 and n. XXIX
Carnegie, Sir David, of Pittarow, 99. XXV
Carnegie St., sculptured stone in, 214. XXV
Carnegy, Isabel, second wife of Sir Jas. Nicolson, seventh baronet, 81. XXII
Carnegy, Jas., of Craigo, 81. XXII
Carnegy, Mrs., of Craigo, 155. XXVI
Carnegy, Sir Robert, of Kynnard, 105. XXIII
Carnegy, Thos., of Craigo (nephew of Lady Nicolson), superior of Nicolson Street, 84. XXII
Carnwath, Earl of, and poll tax, 96. XXV
Caroline Park, 43. XXV
Caroline Park, 40. XXXI
Caroline Park, 52. XXXIV
Caroline, Queen, and Netherbow Port, 14. XXVII
Carr, George, 91, 107-8, 131. XXXI
Carr, Mrs., teacher, 119. XXXII
Carre, Geo., of Nisbet, Lord of Session, 44. XXVI
Carre, John, of Cavers Carre, 94. XXVI
Carre, Margt., Grizel, and Anne Boswell, 44. XXVI
Carre of Cavers, Alex., 44. XXVI
Carre of Cavers, Mrs., 44. XXVI
carriage, 103. XXXV
Carrick, John, Earl of, 23: and see Robert II. XXXIV
Carrick, John, Earl of, Steward of Scotland, 184. XXIV
Carrick Knowe, 87. XXXIV
Carrick, the, 8. XXXIV
Carrington, 107. XXXIV
Carrington Church, dovecote at, 153. XXV
Carrodus, John Tiplady, 71, 91n. XXXIII
Carron Iron Works, 54. XXVII
Carrubber’s Close, 2, 23, 25. XXIV
Carrubber’s Close, 44, 116, 118, 120, 123, 126, 127, 134, 139, 141, 145, 147, 153. XXXII
Carruber’s Close, bagnio planned in, 1736, 62. XXXIV
Carruthers, Rt. Rev. Dr A., 101, 132n. XXXV
Carruthers, W., teacher, 119. XXXII
Carse, A., 80. XXVII
Carse, Clement, weaver, 14. XXV
Carsen, Thomas, mason, 117. XXIII
Carson, Dr A. R., funeral of, 95-96, 109, 131n, 134n. XXXV
Carstairs, Miss, teacher of sewing, 119, 139. XXXII
Carstairs, Robert, W.S., 66, 67. XXV
Carstairs, Sir John, of Kilconquhar, 135 ; gets mortgage over lands of St. Leonards, 128. XXIII
Carstairs, Sir John, of Kilconquhar, 227. XXIV
carters, 18. XXXV
Cartmel, 147n. XXXV
carts, 105, 113. XXXIV
Cartsburn House, Lanarkshire, 108. XXVII
Cashmere shawls : see Kashmir shawls. XXXI
Casimirs : see shawls. XXXI
Cassie, Margt., wife of Wm. Miller, gardener, and kinswoman of Barclays of Urie, 204, 205. XXII
Castellated architecture of Scotland, 29. XXXIII
Castellaw, John, dagmaker, Canongate, 3. XXXIV
Castellum Puellarum, 2. XXX
Castellum Puellarum, 144. XXXV
Castle, and see Castellum Puellarum, Maiden Castle. XXXV
Castle, as prison, 160-170; for civil prisoners, 161;
for prisoners of war, 161-162; for Jacobite prisoners, 162; for Seven
Years War prisoners, 162; for American War prisoners, 163-164; for
French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars prisoners, 163-167. XXXV
Castle Banks, 45, 56n. XXXIV
Castle, barrack block, 163; “Black Hole”, 162; Crown
Square, 160-161; “Devil’s Elbow”, 160, 164-165; Great Hall, 160-161,
167, 170n; Munitions House, 161; Officers’ Barracks, 160; Palace Block,
160-161; Scottish United Services Museum, 166; State Prison, 161. XXXV
Castle, Edinburgh, 122 ; gifts of grain for Governor
of, 48 ; guns of, damage property, 48-9; powder magazine at, 59 ; lands
of, 60. XXIII
Castle, Edinburgh, 6, 7, 32, 39, 46, 50, 52, 54, 58 ; boundaries, 44. XXIV
Castle, Edinburgh, 26, 27, 30; garrison called out, 17. XXVII
Castle, “French Prisons” in, 160-170; construction and
uses of the “vaults” on S and W sides of Crown Square, the “French
Prisons”, 160-161; other parts used as prisons, 162; alterations to
accommodate prisoners, 163-164; extent to which they were used,
163-164; security of, 165; escapes from, 162, 165; closure recommended,
1811, 167; restoration of, 167-168. XXXV
Castle Hill, 135. XXV
Castle Hill, 125, 143, 154. XXVII
Castle Hill, erection in 1822 of County Stands on, 129-30 ; accident in 1822 to County Stands on, 91, 159. XXXI
Castle Hill, reservoir at, 102. XXIV
‘Castle o’ Clouts,’ 225, 229 ; Hunter family and, described, 231. XXIV
Castle of Edinburgh, 156, 174, 181, 188. XXIX
Castle of Edinburgh; 41, 45, 47, 152-153, 157. XXXV
Castle of Maidens, 2. XXX
Castle, prisoners in, 160-170; condition of, 162-164,
166; number of, 162-163; nationality of, 163-165; agents for, 164; age
range of, 164-165; escapes by, 165; relations with citizens, 165-166;
recreations and employment of, 166-167; banknote forgery by, 167. XXXV
Castle rock, 114. XXXIV
Castle Rock, 144; Tarrant’s plan of (1754), 161-162. XXXV
Castle, Skene’s drawings of, 134 ; dovecote at, 155. XXV
Castle Street, 64. XXVII
Castle Street, 81; exhibition of paintings, 88. XXXIII
Castle Street, 43. XXXIV
Castle Terrace, 44. XXX
Castle Wynd, 49. XXXIV
Castlebank, 19, 22. XXX
Castlebarns, 116. XXXIV
Castlehill, 24, 25. XXII
Castlehill, 148, 149, 153. XXIII
Castlehill, 148-9, 154-5, 156, 174 ; bell foundry in, 109. XXIX
Castlehill, 19, 44, 48, 147 ; property of Allan Ramsay
of Kinkell on, 19-30 ; demolition in 1830 of houses on south side of,
149 ; building in 1830 of foundation of wall on south side of,
151. XXX
Castlehill, 28, 115, 135, 143; creation in 1752-3 of the Castle esplanade on, 70, 71-2, 76, 80-2, 87, 91, 95, 98. XXXII
Castlehill, 24-26, 31, 49, 91. XXXIV
Castlehill Church, projected building in 1642 of, 103 ; abandonment of, 107. XXIX
Castlehill Road : see Johnston Terrace. XXIX
Castlehill School, proposal in 1826 to demolish buildings north of, 174. XXIX
Castlehill Street : see Castlehill. XXIX
Castlesteads, dovecote at, 190. XXV
Catalani, Madame, singer, performances in Edinburgh in 1810 of, 110-111. XXX
Cathcart, David, of Glenduisk, 120 and n. XXIX
Cathcart, David, w.s., 122. XXXIII
Cathcart, Elias, advocate, 122. XXXIII
Cathcart, Elias, of Auchendrane, advocate, 86, 132-3. 152-5, 158, 165. XXXI
Cathcart, Jas., astrologer, fortifies his claims by citing scripture, 138. XXII
Cathcart, Jas., of Carbiston, 120. XXV
Cathcart, John, gardener, 48. XXIII
Cathcart, Lady, 72. XXVII
Cathcart, Mary, 147. XXXI
Cathcart, Mrs. Janet, 142, 145, 147-8, 154, 158. XXXI
Cathcart, Robt., of Drum, W.S., 95. XXVI
Cathcart, Sir Reginald, 36. XXVII
Cathedral Mission, housed in granary built by Bakers’ Incorporation in Water of Leith village, 14. XXX
Catholic Apostolic Church, 100. XXXIV
Catholic chapels in Edinburgh, criticised by a French officer, 193. XXVIII
Cathrae’s tavern, Parliament Close, 123. XXVII
Catriona, 25. XXVI
Caulneld, Major William, road-making programme in Scotland of, 73 and n. XXXII
Caunter, Robert, 88. XXVII
Causeway stones, Canongate, 47. XXXIII
Causewayside, 154, 155, 156, 157, 170; mansions in, 156, 169; brewing trade and, 169 n. XXIV
Causewayside, 114, 117. XXXIV
Cauvin, Joseph, W.S., 80. XXIII
Cauvin, Louis, 73; part owner of Three Steps, 75, 80. XXIII
Cauvin, Louis, 167 n. XXIV
Cauvin, Louis (Jun.), teacher of French, 119. XXXII
Cauvin, Louis, teacher of French, 119. XXXII
Cauvin’s Hospital, 120. XXXII
Cavalry Review, 1822, 136-9, 165. XXXI
Caw, Mr., 93 and n., 148, 150, 155, 160. XXXI
Cawdor, 37. XXXII
Cay & Black, advertising and newspaper agents, 64, 88n. XXXIII
Cellar Bank, 189. XXIV
Cellars and vaults, 171. XXII
Celtic Society, 165, 167; part played in 19th century national revival by, 66. XXXI
cemeteries: see burial grounds. XXXIV
Central Board of Health, 144, 145. XXXIII
Central Hall, Tollcross, 190. XXXII
Central Hotel, 108. XXXIII
Cess, payment of, 185. XXII
Cessford’s ‘land,’ 97. XXV
Chain Pier Bar, 162. XXXIII
Chain Pier, main entry for rail traffic, 162; proposed
northern terminus for Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159;
railway line in 1848 to Scotland Street, 160, 164n. XXXIII
chaises, exempted from tolls, 106. XXXIV
Challenger Commission, 50, 51, 52. XXXIII
Challenger Expedition, 50, 51, 52. XXXIII
Challenger, H.M.S., sailing ship, 50, 51, 52, 53. XXXIII
Challenger Report, 51, 55, 56. XXXIII
Chalmer, Alexander, servitor, Holyrood Abbey, 123, 124, 125, 126. XXIII
Chalmer, Andrew, writer, 10. XXII
Chalmer, Mariota, 59. XXII
Chalmers, Alex., accountant of excise, 238. XXIV
Chalmers, Andrew, 21. XXXIV
Chalmers, Charles, founder of Merchiston Castle School, Tower of Merchiston rented in 1833 by, 12 and n. XXXI
Chalmers, Charles, headmaster, Merchiston Castle, 204, 206. XXV
Chalmers Close, 50. XXX
Chalmers’ Close, 120, 124, 126, 149. XXXII
Chalmer’s Close, 52. XXXIV
Chalmers, David, owns paper mill at Colinton, 52. XXVII
Chalmers, David, Redhall, 204. XXV
Chalmers, Dr. Thomas, and Morningside memories, 204-9. XXV
Chalmers, Dr. Thos., 104, 115. XXVI
Chalmers, Dr Thos., 62, 77, 94n. XXXIII
Chalmers, Dr. Thos., builds first house in Churchhill, 85. XXIV
Chalmers, George, writer, 131 and n. XXIX
Chalmers, James, advocate, 119. XXIX
Chalmers Memorial Free Church: see St. Catherine-in-Grange Church. XXXIII
Chalmers, Mr., agent of the National Commercial Bank of Scotland, 209. XXXII
Chalmers, Mrs., wife of [Chalmers, Mr., Bank agent], 209. XXXII
Chalmers, Patrick, wright, 119 and n. XXIX
Chalmers, Rev. Dr Thomas, 25-26, 88, 130n, 137. XXXV
Chalmers, Reverend Dr. Thomas, 201. XXXII
Chalmers, Roderick, painting by, App. p. 3. XXVIII
Chalmers Street, 27. XXIX
Chalmers, Thomas, eldest son of James Chalmers, advocate, 119 and n., 120. XXIX
Chamber of Commerce, 38. XXXIII
Chamber of Commerce, Edinburgh, 156. XXVIII
Chamberlain Road, 199, 200, 206, 211. XXXII
Chamberlain’s office, 15. XXII
Chambers brothers (Memoir of Robert and William), 136. XXXV
Chambers’ Close, 124. XXXII
Chambers’ Papers for the People, 12-13, 15-17, 21, 115n. XXXV
Chambers, Robert, 42. XXXIV
Chambers, Robert, Edinburgh Merchants and Merchandise in Old Times, 125 and n. ; The Traditions of Edinburgh, 129n. XXX
Chambers, Robt., 18, 23, 31, 113. XXVI
Chambers, Robt., and Newington, 153. XXIV
Chambers, Robt., and Picardy weavers, 2. XXV
Chambers, Sir Wm., 21 n., 23. XXIII
Chambers, Sir Wm., Lord Provost, 36, 37, 40n; reminiscences, 32. XXXIII
Chambers Street, 37. XXX
Chambers Street, 53, 95-96, 98. XXXIV
Chambers Street, 152n; building of, 12 ; Dental Hospital in, 156n. XXIX
Chambers’ Tracts, 4. XXXV
Chambers, W. & R., publishers, 115. XXXIII
Chambers, William, Lord Provost, 52. XXXIV
Chambers, Wm., 38; and Sir Adam Ferguson, 80-1. XXVI
Chambers’s Domestic Annals quoted, 53. XXV
Chancellor, Alex., of Shieldhall and Quothquhan, 58. XXVI
Chancellor, Alexander, eldest son of William Chancellor, merchant, 132. XXIX
Chancellor, John, merchant and bailie, 123. XXIX
Chancellor Street, 13, 24, 25. XXVI
Chancellor, William, merchant, 132. XXIX
Chancellor, Wm., supporter of Queen Mary, 59. Chapel House, occupants, maternity hospital, 24. XXVI
Chanlieu, the, a Dunkirk privateer, 99. XXVIII
Chapel House, Potterrow; pillared gateway ; history of mansion, 85-6 ; maternity hospital, 86. XXII
Chapel House, Potterrow, 134 and n. XXX
Chapel of Ease, New Street, 120. XXII
Chapel Royal, Warden of, 44. XXIII
Chapel Street, 87. XXII
Chapel Street, 14. XXIX
Chapels of Ease : see Buccleuch Church ; St. Bernard’s Church. XXIX
Chapman, R., teacher, 120. XXXII
chariots, exempted from tolls, 106. XXXIV
Charities : soup kitchen, and supplies for the poor, 157. XXVIII
Charity School, 128, 130, 136, 144, 153. XXXII
Charity School, Blackfriars’ Wynd, 139. XXXII
Charity School, in west of Edinburgh, 126. XXXII
Charity School, Niddry’s Wynd, 127. XXXII
Charity School, pupils taught spinning, 13. XXV
Charity Schools, in England, 1, 24, 60. XXIX
Charity Workhouse, 140. XXV
Charity Workhouse, 32. XXVI
Charity Workhouse, 13, 28 ; erection in 1743 of, 14. XXIX
Charity Workhouse, 131. XXXII
Charity Workhouse box robbed, 39. XXIV
Charity Workhouse, Bristo, 47, 49, 50. XXXIV
Charity Workhouse, Forrest Road, 53. XXX
Charity Workhouse. See Edinburgh Charity Workhouse and Canongate. XXII
Charity Working School, 135, 141. XXXII
Charity Working School of S.P.C.K., 115. XXXII
Charles Edward, Prince, 69, 206. XXII
Charles Edward, Prince, 48. XXIII
Charles Edward, Prince, cast of, 41. XXV
Charles Edward, Prince, Strange’s engraving of, 66. XXVIII
Charles Edward Stuart, Prince, 34. ` XXX
Charles Edward Stuart, Prince, occupation in 1745 of Edinburgh by troops of, 61. XXIX
Charles I, 107 ; coronation at Holyrood, 178. XXVII
Charles I, 103 ; his relations with Edinburgh
regarding building of Parliament House, 93-4, 96 ; requires Edinburgh
to restore and establish St. Giles Church as Cathedral, 94-7 ;
Coronation in Scotland of, 94 ; tax on merchants for expenses of visit
to Edinburgh in 1633 of, 96; enforcement in 1635 of penal statutes
relating to export of money by, 94-5; remission in 1636 of penal
statutes relating to export of money by, 97 ; last visit to Scotland
of, 98 ; attempt in 1648 to rescue, 105. XXIX
Charles I, 29, 30, 33-34. XXXIV
Charles I, his visit to Edinburgh (1633), 162. XXII
Charles II, 29, 33. XXXIV
Charles II, and Surgeons, 137 ; statue of, 169. XXII
Charles II, equestrian statue of, in Parliament Square : notes on its repair and reconstruction, 171-9. XXVIII
Charles II,i93, 118n. XXIX
Charles I’s visit to Edinburgh (1633), 134. XXIII
Charles IX, of France, 158. XXXV
Charles Street, 12, 22, 23, 36. XXVI
Charles Street, 226. XXXII
Charles X, King of France, 63, 157 and n. XXX
Charleston, N. Leith, 33. XXXIV
Charlet, George A., 6. XXV
Charlet, Jas., weaver, 6, 7, 20, 21, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29. XXV
Charlotte Square, 5, 10, 20, 24-37 ; original name,
Adam frontages, 24 ; north side, deviations from original design, 25 ;
east side, 26 ; litigation against proprietors, 26-37; west side
alterations, 29 ; houses renumbered, 30; built of Craigleith and
Ravelston stone, 31, 32 ; ornaments under feu charter, 36 n. XXIII
Charlotte Square, 64. XXVII
Charlotte Square, 23. XXIX
Charlotte Square, 51. XXXII
Charlotte Square, 43, 52. XXXIV
Charlotte Square, 23. XXXV
Charlotte Square, 77, 87, 88, 92n; Albert Memorial
site, 80, 81, 82, 83, 85; architecture, 78, 79, 86, 87, 92n, 93n;
alteration of shape, 84, 86; lampposts, 87, 88; meetings of
proprietors, 69, 76, 78, 80, 83, 84, 85; No. 1, 66, 71, 72, 87, 89n; No. 2, 94n; No. 3, 79, 80, 93n; No. 4, 63, 64, 93n; No. 5, 78, 90n, 93n; No. 6, 94n; No. 7, 66, 89n; No. 9, 89n; No. 10, 89n; No. 12, 92n; No. 16, 93n; No. 17, 93n; No. 18, 93n; No. 21, 76, 92n; No. 27, 94n; No. 28, 94n; No. 31, 94n.; No. 33, 94n; turfing of square, 87. XXXIII
Charlotte Square, building in 1803 in, 93; house of
Thomas, brother of Jessy Allan in, 105, 106, 115; erection of memorial
statue to Prince Consort in gardens of, 57. XXX
Charlotte Square, house prices in, 161, 162. XXVIII
Charlotte Street, 63, 64. XXVII
Charlotte Street, 17. XXXII
Charlotte Street, 144. XXXIII
Charlotte Street, North, 52. XXXIV
Charlotte Street, South, 52. XXXIV
Charter House of Edinburgh, 73. XXV
Charteris, Charles, actor and teacher of pronunciation, 120. XXXII
Charteris Close, 119. XXIX
Charteris, Colonel Francis, property on Castlehill of, 23. XXX
Charteris, Honourable Francis, of Amisfield, grandson of [Charteris, Colonel Francis], property on Castlehill of, 22, 23 and n., 24, 25, 27. XXX
Charteris, Lady Betty, 68. XXVIII
Charteris, Lady Helen, wife of Capt. Dalrymple of Fordell, 78 ; sasine of great lodging in Potterrow, 79. XXII
Charteris, Rev. A. J., 83, 94n. XXXIII
Charteris, The Ladies, 145, 166. XXXI
Charteris, Very Reverend Professor Archibald Hamilton, 200. XXXII
Charteris, Wm., W.S., 145. XXIV
Charters of Holyrood, 6n. XXX
Chartists, 32, 38, 39, 41n. XXXIII
Chatto, Miss, dressmaker, 96, 160. XXXI
Chaunter, Mrs: see Siddons, Miss (Mrs Chaunter). XXXIII
Cheape, Chas., Professor of Civil Law, 86. XXVI
Cheape, Jas., of Strathtyrum, 159 n. XXIV
Cheape of Rossie, Mrs., 86. XXVI
Cheape, Sir John, military career, 86. XXVI
Cheever, Rev. Dr G. B., America, 52, 124n. XXXV
Chemical industry, foundation in 1770 at Tipperlinn of, 203. XXXII
Chenabow, Adam, 7. XXV
Chepman & Myllar, 52, 53, 54, 58, 59. XXV
Chepman, Walter, king’s printer, 53. XXVIII
Chepman, Walter, printer, 94. XXIII
Chepman, Walter, printer, obtains Priestfield, 184. XXIV
Cherchebi, l47n. XXXV
Cherryhall, mansion and lands of, 171 ; owners of, 172. XXIV
Cheslie, Sir Thomas, reader in Dudding- ston, 105, 106. XXIII
Chessels Buildings, Canongate, 131. XXXII
Chessel’s Court, 23. XXVII
Chessel’s Court, Canongate, fire at, 70. XXXIII
Chester Street, 64. XXXIII
Chesterton, G. K., 123. XXX
Chevalier Barte, of Dunkirk, French privateer, 162. XXXV
Chevalier de Johnstone. See Johnstone, Jas. XXV
Cheyn’s Close, Leith, 140. XXXII
Chieslie family, of Dalry, 91. XXXIV
China and earthenware merchants, 57n. XXXIII
china balls, see bowls, carpet. XXXV
Chinnery-Haldane, Bishop, 80. XXIV
Chirurgeon’s Yards, 123, 125. XXVII
Chisholm, Mrs., meetings of Luggy Club in tavern of, 44. XXXI
Chisholme, Gilbert, of Stirches, ballooning incident, forms Hawick Volimteers, presented with silver cup, 101-2. XXVI
Chitty, Mrs: see Cadell, Miss Fairlie. XXXIII
Cholera epidemic, 53. XXII
Cholera epidemics, 36, 68, 144-146. XXXIII
Cholera, history and characteristics of, 21-2 ;
epidemic in 1832 in Edinburgh of, 22-31 and nn. ; epidemic in 1832 in
Leith of, 31. XXXII
Cholera hospital, Edinburgh, 68. XXXIII
Cholera, outbreak in 1832 in Edinburgh and Peterhead of, 37, 47, 65. XXIX
Christ Church, Colinton Road, 201. XXXII
Christian, Alexander, teacher, 120. XXXII
Christian Bank, home of John Learmonth, uncle of Jessy Allan, 86, 90. XXX
Christian, II, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, 138, 141n. XXXIII
Christian Times, 67, 126n. XXXV
Christie (Christy), Eupham, 207, 210. XXII
Christie, A., 75, 79. XXX
Christie, Alex., Quaker, 220. XXII
Christie, Alexander, 88, 92 ; master of School of Design, 89. XXVII
Christie, Christian, 96. XXV
Christie, Elizabeth, wife of Alexander Henderson, bookseller, 133 and n. XXIX
Christie, John, of Ormiston Lodge, from whom Christie Millers of Craigentinny are descended, 210, 235, 239, 240, 254. XXII
Christie, Mary, 96. XXV
Christie, Miller, 235, 240. XXII
Christie, Millers. See Miller. XXII
Christie, Mrs., of Balchristie, 137. XXVI
Christie, Robert, grocer, 133 and n. XXX
Christie, Samuel, deacon of Surgeons, 136. XXII
Christie, Samuel, of Craigentinny, 230, 235, 237, 254; first of family to take name and arms of Miller, 240. XXII
Christie, Wakefield, of Craigentinny, 241. XXII
Christie, Wm. Miller, 234. XXII
Christison (Cristesoun), John, 118. XXIII
Christison, Alexander, Professor of Humanity, 120. XXXII
Christison, John, teacher, 120. XXXII
Christison, Prof. Sir Robert, 97. XXXIV
Christison, Sir Robert, Professor of Forensic Medicine, 22 and n., 24, 182 n. XXXII
Christison, Sir Robt., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, 73, 74, 78, 91n, 93n, 144, 149. XXXIII
Christmas, observance of in Edinburgh, 109, 138. XXXV
Christopher, Dr., 224. XXXII
Christopher North. See Wilson, John. XXIV
‘Christopher North.’ See Wilson, John. XXVI
‘Christopher North,’ See Wilson, John. XXVII
Christ’s Hospital, London, 29. XXXIV
Christy, John, 194. XXV
Chronicle of Holyrood, 2n. XXX
Church, … [no prenames known], 85. XXIX
Church Lane, 44, 52. XXXIV
Church of Scotland, Education Committee of, 70n. XXIX
Church of Scotland, General Assembly of, Commission of, 105. XXIX
Church of Scotland, General Assembly of, meeting in Glasgow in 1638 of, 98. XXIX
Churches, patronage of, 35. XXXIII
Churches, plea for new, 184. XXII
Churchhill, 102 ; origin of name, 85. XXIV
Churchhill, 199, 201, 204, 205. XXXII
Churchhill, Dr. Chalmers and, 205, 207. XXV
Churchill, Col., 152. XXVI
Churchill, Lieutenant-General George, Commander-in-Chief of Forces in Scotland, 59 and n., 77, 80, 83 and n, 86, 88, 89, 90, 92, 95, 98, 99, 103, 105. XXXII
Churchill, Mrs. Winston, ancestor resides in George Square, 126. XXVI
Cinematograms, 43. XXXIII
Cinnamon Water, recipes for, 153, 154. XXVIII
Circe, a convoy ship, 105. XXVIII
Circus on the Mound, 86. XXVII
Citadel, Leith, 136. XXV
Citadel, Leith, 5 ; linen-making at, 18. XXVII
Citadel of Leith, building of and purchase by City, 33. XXXIV
Citadel Street, passenger station, 163; route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159, 163. XXXIII
City Chambers, 39, 43. XXXIV
City Chambers, 149, 158n. XXXV
City Chambers, 156n. XXIX
City Chambers, proposal for demolition of archways in front of, 59. XXX
City Chambers. See Exchange, Royal. XXII
City Guard, 185 ; increase of, 184. XXII
City Guard House, 122, 126, 144, 152. XXXII
City Hospital, Colinton Mains, opening of, 199. XXXII
City Improvements, reasons for; originated by
Convention of Royal Burghs, 3-4 ; schemes for, 4 ; commissioners to
conduct, 7 ; expense to be defrayed by national subscription, 5, 8 ;
Lord Provost Drummond the leading spirit, 6 ; Mary’s Chapel and, 9 ;
parliamentary bill drafted, 9-10. XXII
City Museum: see Huntly House Museum. XXXIII
City of Glasgow Bank, failure of, 1878, 35. XXXIII
City Wall : see Telfer’s Wall. XXIX
City Walls, first (King’s Wall) 1450, 23-24, 54n;
further powers granted by James III, 1472, 24; Flodden Wall, 25, 34;
removal of parts, 47, 50; 29, 35-36, 43. XXXIV
Clam Shell Turnpike, 115, 126, 127, 156. XXXII
Clapperton, Alexander, cloth merchant, 137 and n. XXX
Clapperton, John, Councillor, draper, 37. XXXIII
Clapperton, John, son of above, 137 and n. [CHECK against text] XXX
Clapperton, William, brother of above, 137 and n. [CHECK against text] XXX
Claremont (Clermont) Crescent, 89. XXXV
Claremont Crescent, 151 ; building in 1820s in, 146, 163. XXIX
Claremont, Lord: see Clermont, William Fortescue, 2nd Viscount. XXXI
Claremont Place, building in 1823 in, 146. XXIX
Claremont Street, building in 1825 in, 163. XXIX
Clarence, Duke of, 67. XXVI
Clarendon Crescent, 52. XXXIV
Claret Hall, 181. XXIV
‘Clarinda,’ Burns’s (Mrs. M’Lehose), 70. XXVI
Clark, Alex., merchant, 62. XXV
Clark, George, teacher, 120. XXXII
Clark, James, advocate, 224. XXXII
Clark, John, microscope-maker, 165-176; advertisements in Caledonian Mercury and Edinburgh Evening Courant,
167, 168, 169, 175n; burgess goldsmith of Edinburgh, 172, 176n;
catadioptric microscope, 170, 175n; items of silver attributed to, 172;
pocket microscopes, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 176n; premises in
Parliament Close, 170, 171; shop at Sir Isaac Newton’s Head, north side
of the High Street, 173; trade signature, 170, 172, 174. XXXIII
Clark, John, proposes ‘Veterinarian School,’ 73. XXVII
Clark, Lt.-Col. Geo., of Southfield, Indian career, 118. XXVI
Clark, Mrs., 224. XXXII
Clark, Richard & Son, chair-makers, 52-3. XXXII
Clark, Robert, 185. XXIX
Clark, Sir George, petitions Board of Manufactures, 67. XXVII
Clark, Sir Thos., Lord Provost, publisher, 37. XXXIII
Clark, W., member of Chairmakers’ Union, 19. XXXIII
Clark, William, chair-maker, 52. XXXII
Clark, Wm., W.S., 121. XXXIII
Clarke, C. Cowden, 21, 117n. XXXV
Clarke, G. R., proprietor of circulating library, 60. XXVII
Clarke, Mr., 115. XXX
Clarke, Stephen, teacher of music, 120. XXXII
Clarkson, Dr J. B. , general practitioner, Melrose, 102, 132n. XXXV
Clason, Rev. Dr., 15, 70. XXVI
Clason, Rev. Dr. Patrick, 206. XXV
Clason, Reverend Dr. Patrick, minister of Buccleuch Church, 50. XXIX
Clason, Thomas, 185. XXIX
‘Claudero’ describes himself as ‘late Secretary to the Chevalier Taylor, his Majesty’s Oculist, Ophthalmiator, etc.,’ 148. XXII
‘Claudero.’ See Wilson, James. XXVII
Claverhouse, 19. XXVI
Clay, Arundel S., great-grandson of Jessy Allan, 60. XXX
Clay, Thos., author, 103. XXXIII
Claysire, 8, 16. XXXIV
Cle1and’s Feu, 3, 4, 9, 23, 142 n. XXIII
‘Cleanse the Causeway,’ 245. XXIV
‘Cleanse the Causeway,’ 35. XXV
Cleeve, Reverend Mr., teacher of English, 120. XXXII
Cleghorn, Alexander, shoemaker, 95. XXIX
Cleghorn and Wilson, coach-builders, 94. XXX
Cleghorn, Geo., of Weens, W.S., 122. XXXIII
Cleghorn, George, of Weens, 41 ; Remarks on the proposed restoration of the Parthenon of Athens as the National Monument of Scotland, 1824, 38 ; Restoration of the Parthenon of Athens as the National Monurnent of Scotland, 1846, 39 ; appeal in 1852 for financial support for completion of National Monument by, 39. XXX
Cleghorn, Hugh, brewer, 88. XXII
Cleghorn, James, 9. XXXIV
Cleghorn, Jas., and brewery at Gairnshall, 215 and n. XXIV
Cleghorn, Jas., M.D., 189. XXIV
Cleghorn, Marion, dau. of John C. in Blinkbonny, 45. XXVIII
Cleghorn, Marion, second wife of Thos. Robertson, 128, 133, 145. XXIV
Cleghorn, Mr., 76. XXX
Cleghorn, Mrs., 76. XXX
Cleghorn or Harden, Mary, 190. XXIV
Cleghorn or Moore, Agnes, 190. XXIV
Cleghorn, Reverend Dr. John, minister of Argyle Square Chapel, 64, 76. XXX
Cleghorn, Robt., friend of Burns, 215 n. XXIV
Cleghorn, Wm., merchant, 215. XXIV
Cleghorne, Thomas, West Pilton, 38. XXV
Cleghorn-Murray, W., composer of The Lay of the lost minute book, 109. XXXIII
Cleland, Elizabeth, teacher of cookery, 120. XXXII
Cleland, James, keeper of Edinburgh Tolbooth, his petition, 50-1. XXIII
Cleland, Lieutenant, 86, 88. XXXII
Cleland, Margaret, wife of John Stewart of Ascog, advocate, 125. XXIX
Cleland, Thos., saddler, 27. XXII
Clelland, James, surgeon, 118. XXIX
Clelland, Jas., surgeon, 136. XXII
Cleopatra, a convoy ship, 102. XXVIII
Clephan, died Lochend Close, 1881, 49. XXXIII
Clerk, Elizabeth, 81, 84, 87, 89, 95-6, 101-2, 116-17, 128-9, 139-40, 145, 157. XXXI
Clerk, Geo., advocate, 119. XXXIII
Clerk, Jas.: see Clerk-Rattray, Jas. XXXIII
Clerk, Jas., served in East India Company, 119. XXXIII
Clerk, John (Lord Eldin), and paper makers, 53. XXVII
Clerk, John, Captain, died 1798, 118. XXXIII
Clerk, John, in Orphan Hospital, 168. XXVII
Clerk, John, Lord Eldin, sale of his pictures, 86. XXII
Clerk, John, of Eldin (1757-1832): see Eldin, John Clerk, Lord. A XXXI
Clerk, John, of Eldin (1728-1812), drawing of Tower of Merchiston by, 30, 177, 179. XXXI
Clerk, John, of Eldin, naval tactician, 99, 119. XXXIII
Clerk, Lady, of Penicuik, wife of Sir John, Baron of Exchequer, friend of mother of Byron, 112. XXVI
Clerk, Miss, of Bennington, 224. XXXII
Clerk, Mr. Commissioner, 8, 11. XXIII
Clerk, Sir Alexander, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 96. XXIX
Clerk, Sir Alexander of Balbirnie, Provost, 31. XXXIV
Clerk, Sir Geo., fourth Baronet of Penicuik, formerly ‘Commissioner’ Clerk-Maxwell, 99, 118, 122. XXXIII
Clerk, Sir Geo., of Penicuik, 36. XXVI
Clerk, Sir James, of Penicuik, 172. XXV
Clerk, Sir James, of Penicuik, 48. XXVII
Clerk, Sir Jas., third Baronet, of Penicuik, 99, 119. XXXIII
Clerk, Sir John, of Penicuik, 50. XXVII
Clerk, Sir John, of Penicuik, and Baron Scrope, authors of Historical View of Court of Exchequer in Scotland, 40 n. XXIII
Clerk, Sir John, of Penicuik, 5th Bt., 42. XXXIV
Clerk, William, 111, 163. XXXI
Clerk, William, advocate, 121. XXIX
Clerk, Wm., advocate, 124. XXV
Clerk-Maxwell, Geo., Commissioner: See Clerk, Sir Geo., fourth Baronet of Penicuik, Clerk-Rattray, Jas., advocate, 120. XXXIII
Clerks of Penicuik, microscopes belonging to, 167. XXXIII
Clermont, VVi1liam Fortescue, 2nd Viscount, 73, 75, 156. XXXI
Cleugh, Jane, 226. XXIV
‘Cleugh’s Property,’ 209 n. XXIV
Clifton, Wm., Solicitor of Excise, his mansion in St. Leonards, 223, 224, 225, 226. XXIV
Clifton, Wm., the younger, 223. XXIV
Cliftonhall, 12n. XXXIV
Clinton House, 85. XXXIV
Clinton House, a centenarian occupant, 82. XXIV
Clinton Road, 201, 202, 205. XXXII
Clinton Road, 79 n. XXIV
Clive, Lord, 57. XXVI
Clock, in steeple of seventeenth-century Tron Church, 109. XXIX
Clockmakers, 114. XXXIII
Clockmaker’s Land, 40. XXXII
Clockmill Lane, 44. XXVII
Clockmiln, 74. XXIII
Clockmiln (or Clockmill), 154. XXIV
Clocks and watches in place of sundials, 98. XXVII
Clocks, grandfather, marquetry cases made in Edinburgh for, 39-40 and nn. XXXII
Clogg, Mrs. Margaret, cousin of Jessy Allan, 96. XXX
Clogy, Alexander, shoemaker, 95. XXIX
Cloksorrowmyln, lands of, 130. XXIII
close, definition of, 27-28. XXXIV
Closes, 90. XXIII
Closes in 1783, 261-2. XXII
Cloth merchants, 37, 121. XXXIII
clothes worn by James Boyd: cap, military, 34; jacket, 61; pea coat, 18, 43, 52, 88, 116n; shoes, 61; trousers, 66; vest, 61. XXXV
Clunie, … [no prenames in text], brewer, Causewayside, 169. XXIV
Cluny, 38. XXVII
Clyde, river, 54, 55; oceanographic survey, 55. XXXIII
Clyde, River, 141. XXXV
Clyde, river, falls of, 52. XXIX
Clydesdale, 142. XXXV
coach, 30, 79, 89, 103. XXXV
coach hirers, strike by over new fares, 57, 124n. XXXV
Coachbuilders, 76, 78, 80, 92n. XXXIII
Coach-building, 19. XXVII
coaches, exemption from tolls, 1713, 106. XXXIV
Coal merchants, Bible Land, 46. XXXIII
coal traffic, effect of on yield of petty customs, 116-117. XXXIV
Coates, 72, 77, 198; houses called Drumsheugh on estate of, 79 ; history of lands of, 79-80 ; feued by Heriot’s Hospital to Wm. Keir, baxter, 80 ; Lady Jane Douglas, 82; Dr. Johnson at, 83 ; East, 83 ; estate feued, 85, 87 ; Skene’s drawing of East, 144. XXV
Coates, 1, 6, 8,9, 17, 37, 46. XXXIV
Coates, building in 1820s in area of, 162, 163, 171. XXIX
Coates Crescent, 149, 150 ; completion in 1823 of, 146. XXIX
Coatfield, 69, 80. XXIII
Coatfield, 8. XXXIV
Coats, Mrs W. H., of Paisley, 124. XXXIII
Cobbinshaw, 115, 117. XXXIII
Coburg Street, Railway tunnel, 159, 163; route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Cochran, Janet, 154. XXXV
Cochran, John, bailie, 10. XXIX
Cochrane, Capt. Thos., of the Invalids, 167. XXIV
Cochrane, Captain F. Charles Stuart, R.N., 56 and n. XXXI
Cochrane, Commissioner, 70. XXVI
Cochrane, Geo. G., and West Newington House, 166. XXIV
Cochrane, James, writer, 224. XXXII
Cochrane, John, of Rochsoles, 144. XXVI
Cochrane’s Ayrshire Needlework Warehouse, North Bridge, 137 and n. XXX
Cochrane’s feu, Major, 168. XXIV
Cochrin, Peter, 14. XXXII
Cockayne, Mr., 46. XXXII
Cockbum, Henry, Lord, on Edinburgh developments, 42, 46-47, 51-52. XXXIV
Cockburn & Campbell, wine merchants, 84, 94n. XXXIII
Cockburn, Agnes, 94. XXIII
Cockburn, Agnes, wife of Walter Chepman, 184. XXIV
Cockburn, George, of Pilton, 37. XXV
Cockburn, Henry (Lord), 83. XXII
Cockburn, Henry, Lord, 47, 49, 50. XXX
Cockburn, Henry, Memorials quoted, 42, 44, 75, 76. XXV
Cockburn, Henry, Memorials, quoted, 26, 28, 31, 41, 48, 93, 97, 104, 118, 119-20, 125, 128, 134, 135. XXVI
Cockburn, Henry Thomas, Lord, 35, 113, 120, 152. XXXII
Cockburn, Henry Thos., Lord Cockburn, 34, 100, 102, 103, 106, 114, 121. XXXIII
Cockburn, Isobel, wife of David Crichton of Lugton, 133. XXIII
Cockburn, James, goldsmith, 123 and n., 124. XXIX
Cockburn, James Maxwell, teacher, 120. XXXII
Cockburn, Janet, 19. XXXIV
Cockburn, Janet, 47. XXXV
Cockburn, Jas., of Linen Hall, 73. XXVI
Cockburn, John, of Skirling, 21. XXXIV
Cockburn, John, son of Patrick, of Clerkington, 14, 15n. XXXIV
Cockburn, John, teacher of English, 120. XXXII
Cockburn, John, writer, 224. XXXII
Cockburn, Lord, 54. XXIII
Cockburn, Lord, and Prestonfield, 187. XXIV
Cockburn, Lord, and Scots Magazine, 20. XXVII
Cockburn, Miss, 63, 103. XXX
Cockburn, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Cockburn, Mrs., 224. XXXII
Cockburn, Mrs. Alison, 24, 25, 39, 41, 103, 131, 133 ;
advises David Hume, 2 ; attends Buccleuch Chapel, 23; burial place, 24
; and ‘Suphy’ Johnston, 26-7. XXVI
Cockburn, Mrs. Alison, 13. XXVII
Cockburn of Langton, 84. XXV
Cockburn, Patrick, of Clerkington, 14, 15n. XXXIV
Cockburn Street, 51-52, 68-69. XXXIV
Cockburn Street, 151. XXXV
Cockburn, Thomas, of Rowchester, W.S., Deputy Keeper of the Great Seal, 224. XXXII
Cockburn, Wm., merchant, 112. XXV
Cockburne, John, of Ormistoun, 104. XXIII
Cockburnspath, 142. XXXV
Cockerell, Charles Robert, architect, connection with National Monument of, 38. XXX
Cockie, William, goldsmith, Edinburgh, 21-22. XXXIV
Cockin, Ellen, first wife of Wm. Miller, engraver, 215. XXII
Cockpen, 116. XXXIV
Cockpen, 142. XXXV
‘Cockpen, Laird of’ : parody on the song, 188-9. XXVIII
“Coffee” Law: see Law, Wm. XXXIII
Coffee merchants, 37, 61, 88n. XXXIII
Coffee-houses in Royal Exchange, 14. XXII
coffin handles, iron, excavated at Newhaven, 76. XXXIV
coin, turner of Charles I, excavated at Newhaven, 74, 76. XXXIV
Coldingham, church of, 2. XXX
Coldingham, monks of, 141. XXXV
Coldingham Priory, 5n. XXX
Colinton, 84-86, 89, 90. XXXIV
Colinton bridge, 109. XXXIV
Colinton Castle, dovecote at, 154. XXV
Colinton Church, sundial at, 102. XXVII
Colinton Churchyard, Admiral Inglis buried in, 53. XXVI
Colinton House, building by Sir Wililam Forbes of, 88. XXX
Colinton Mains, 199. XXXII
Colinton, population table, 89. XXXIV
Colinton Road, 194, 201, 206, 207, 209. XXXII
Colinton Road, 38, 50, 109. XXXIV
Colinton West Mill, 52 XXVII
Collection of Original Poems, Blacklock’s 83. XXV
College : see University of Edinburgh. XXIX
College : see University of Edinburgh. XXX
College : see University of Edinburgh. XXXII
College Crescent, proposed design in 1786 by James Craig for, 37. XXX
College Kirk, 5, 166. XXVII
College of Edinburgh, 144, 152, 153, 173; youths from, burn mansion of Prestonfield, 186. XXIV
College of Edinburgh. See University. XXII
College of Justice, 35, 43-44. XXXIV
College of Justice, members of, pay no rates, 48. XXII
College of Justice, public agitation in 1830 for share of local taxation to be paid by lawyers and members of, 150-1. XXX
College of Justice. See Court of Session. XXIV
College Street, 17. XXIX
College Street, 125; cutler’s shop, 106; U.P. Church, Colquhoun, John, advocate, 121. XXXIII
College, The: see University of Edinburgh. XXXIII
College Wynd, 51, 113, 126, 133, 136, 139, 140, 142, 153. XXXII
College Wynd, 53. XXXIV
College Wynd, Hre in, 144. XXVII
Collegiate School for Girls, 31; see also Merchant Maiden Hospital. XXIX
Collins, Captain Greenvile, map of Leith prepared in 1689 by, 7. XXXII
Collins, William, poet, Ode to the Passions, 104. XXX
Colonel Holmes’ Regiment : see Thirty-First Regiment of Foot, or, East Surrey Regiment. XXXII
Colonel Rich’s Regiment : see Fourth Foot, or, King’s Own Regiment. XXXII
Colonsay, Lord. See McNeill, Duncan. XXII
Colquhoun, Humphry, 224. XXXII
Colquhoun, Janet, Lady, widow of Sir Jas. of Luss, resides in Minto St., 176 and n. XXIV
Colquhoun, John, merchant, 121. XXV
Colquhoun, Ludovic, advocate, 144. XXVI
Colquhoun, Mrs., of Garscadden, 141. XXVI
Colquhoun, Sir Jas., of Luss, 52, 90. XXVI
Colston, Jas., biographical details, 39, 41n; City Treasurer, 81, 85, 94n; Councillor, 33, 36, 37, 40n; printer, 37. XXXIII
Colt, Adam, minister of Inveresk, 104. XXVII
Colt, Oliver, minister of Inveresk, 104. XXVII
Colt, Sir Richard, advocate, 122. XXIX
Coltbridge, 174, 183. XXII
Coltbridge, 56. XXV
Coltbridge, 47, 81-83, 87. XXXIV
Coltbridge, feuing in 1824 of villa stances to north-west of, 149. XXIX
Colt’s Mills, position in Water of Leith village of, 11. XXX
Colvill, James, teacher, 120. XXXII
Colville of Culross, Alex., Lord, his house at Drumsheugh, 82, 83, 89. XXV
Colville of Culross, John, Lord, 82. XXV
Colville of Culross, Lady, 83. XXV
Colville, Reverend William, minister of south-eastern parish of Edinburgh, 99. XXIX
Colvin, Reverend William: see Colville, Reverend William. XXIX
Com Exchange, New, 3, 112n. XXXV
Comb, Thomas, golf club maker, 195. XXXII
Combe, Andrew, 177, 181n, 182 n. XXXII
Combe, Andrew, M.D., 31, 119n. XXXV
Combe, Dr J. S., 146. XXXIII
Combe, Geo., philosopher, 222 n. XXIV
Combe, George, candidature in 1836 for the Chair of
Logic at the University of Edinburgh of, 174-84 ; philosophical
doctrines of, 174-5 ; religious beliefs of, 177-8, 183-4 ; reputation
of, 178-9 ; relationship with Sir William Hamilton of, 181-2. XXXII
Combs, Nisbet, 224. XXXII
Comedy Hut, 179 and n. XXXI
Comely Bank, purchased by Sir William Fettes, 162-5; feuing at, 164, 165. XXVIII
Comely Green, Abbeyhill, 8. XXIV
Comiston, 102. XXIV
Comiston, dovecote at, 154, 162, 169, 175. XXV
Comiston, lands of, 8. XXXI
Comiston, springs at, 102. XXXII
Comiston water supply, 15. XXVII
Comiston Wells, 54. XXV
Commercial Bank, 139. XXX
Commercial Bank, 64, 81. XXXIII
Commercial Banking Company of Scotland, 149. XXIX
Commercial Street, passenger station, 163; railway lines to serve East and West Old Docks, 163. XXXIII
Commission of Teinds, 33. XXX
Commissioner, Lord High, procession, 141. XXV
Commissioners for City Improvements. See City Improvements. XXII
Commissioners of Supply, 105. XXXIV
Commissioner’s Walk, 41, 45, 123n. XXXV
Common Bakehouse Close, 261. XXII
Common Good, 94 and n., 127, 134. XXIV
Common Good, Report on, 5. XXIII
Common, Mr and Mrs, 99, 102, 104, 110. XXXV
Com’on Mylles, 2. XXXII
Companies, Town, 126. XXIX
Complete Suffrage Movement, 38. XXXIII
Compositors, 82. XXXIII
Comrie, Dr J. D., medical historian, 140, 141, 142n. XXXIII
Confectioners, 37. XXXIII
Confession of Faith, 117, 118. XXVII
Congiltoun, Geo., his yard in Bristo, 58. XXII
Congleton, Lady, and poll tax, 96. XXV
Congregational Church, Chamberlain Road, 201. XXXII
Congregational Theological Hall, 150. XXVI
Congregational Union, 35,. 120ns. XXXV
Connoisseur Club, 111. XXX
Connolly, Jas., candidate, St. Giles ward, 1894, 34; leader of Dublin Revolt, 1916, 34. XXXIII
Conn’s Close, 130. XXIX
Constable and Hunter, Messrs. (Archibald Constable and Co., publishers), 113. XXX
Constable, Archd., 22, 69, 95. XXVI
Constable, Archd., and Reekiana, 137, 138. XXV
Constable, Archd., publisher, 10, 172 n. XXIV
Constable, Archibald, bookseller, 130 and n. XXX
Constable, Thos., printer and publisher, 67, 84, 89n. XXXIII
Constables of Holyrood, High, talk by Mr. J. D. Cochrane (Treasurer), App. p. 10. XXVIII
Constable’s Tower, 10. XXXIII
Constitution Street, 144. XXXIII
Consumption, prevalence in mid-nineteenth century in Edinburgh of, 37-8. XXIX
‘Contract of Agreement for building an Exchange,’ etc., 11 n. XXII
Convention of Estates, 134. XXIV
Convention of Friends, 73. XXVII
Convention of Royal Burghs, 3, 4, 164, 176, 177, 178, 203 ; subscription for public works, 8. XXII
Convention of Royal Burghs, 36. XXXIV
Convoys to the Trade on East Coast of Scotland, 76-109. XXVIII
Conway, Captain, 2. XXXII
Conyngham, Henry, 3rd Baron and 1st Marquis, 114, 163. XXXI
Conyngham, Mr., 153, 167. XXXI
Cook (Cuk), Walter, and Ironside, 143. XXIII
Cook, Chas., Secy. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 108, 115, 123; resignation, 115. XXXIII
Cook, George Frederick, actor, performance in Edinburgh in 1802 in Macbeth of, 66. XXX
Cook, John, W.S., 124. XXXIII
Cook, Robert, teacher of navigation, 121. XXXII
Cook, Walter, W.S., appointment in 1830 as one of trustees for building of Donaldson’s Hospital, 150. XXX
Cooke, Bessie, 19. XXXII
Cooke, John Henry, circus owner, 215. XXXII
Cooke, Walter : see Cook, Walter. XXX
Cook’s Tavern, Edinburgh Skating Club dinner, 108. XXXIII
Coomans, Mr., teacher of French, 121. XXXII
Coope, C. T., advocate, 123. XXXIII
Cooper and Co.’s Stores, 140. XXX
Cooper, Arthur, teacher, 121. XXXII
Cooper, Chas., reminiscences, 32, 40n. XXXIII
Cooper, Richard, line engraver, 66, 67. XXVIII
Co-operative Building Society, 38. XXXIII
Cooper’s Entry, Canongate, 67. XXVIII
Cooper’s Tavern, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
Copland, Mr., of Collieston, 119. XXXIII
Copley, John, R.A., painting of Camperdown battle bought by Admiral Duncan, 14. XXVI
Corbasket, Lady, 139, 145, 146, 147. XXVII
Corbett, John, of Tollcross (Glasgow), 118. XXVI
Corbett, Patrick, Leith merchant, 118. XXVI
Cordiners, 39, 49. XXXIII
Cordiners (Shoemakers) of Canongate, 92, 96, 116. XXII
Cordiners (Shoemakers) of Easter Portsburgh, 64. . XXII
Cordiner’s Hall, Potterrow, 136. XXV
Cordwainers: see Cordiners. XXXIII
Corehouse, Lord. See Cranstoun, Geo. XXIV
Coren, Richard, Lieutenant-Governor of Edinburgh
Castle (1748-62), early career of, 54-5 and nn. ; difficulties of
situation as Lieutenant-Governor of, 55-7 ; extracts from letter-book
of, 57-105 ; appointment as member of Commission of Peace of, 87 ;
death of, 107. XXXII
Coren, Richard, Lt. Gen., Deputy Governor of Edinburgh Castle, 161-162. XXXV
Corkcutters, 143. XXXIII
Cormack, John, shipowner, 6. XXV
Corn Exchange, 65, 81. XXXIII
Cornwallis Place, 161. XXXIII
Correction House, 144. XXV
Correction house, 40. See also Charity Workhouse. XXII
Corri, Domenico, musician, 64, 65, 71, 75, 97, 100, 103, 104, 109, 111. XXX
Corri, Domenico, teacher of singing, 121. XXXII
Corri, Signora, singer and teacher of drawing, 121. XXXII
Corri’s Rooms, 125. XXXIII
Corri’s Rooms, meeting in 1815 of first Edinburgh musical festival in, 157n. XXIX
Corrupt Practices Act, 1890, 32. XXXIII
Corsbie, John, merchant, 135. XXIX
Corsbie, Margt., 58. XXII
Corsbie, Nicolas, merchant, 62. XXII
Corse, John, of Bughtrig, 122. XXVI
Corss, John, 133, 139, 141, 149. XXVII
Corstane, Thos., his lands in Bristo, 61. XXII
Corstorphine, 137 ; dovecote at, 154, 169, 170, 173, 178. XXV
Corstorphine, 178 ; sundial at church, 103. XXVII
Corstorphine, 35. XXIX
Corstorphine, 168, 204. XXXII
Corstorphine, 5, 8, 54, 82, 84, 86, 89, 90, 114-115. XXXIV
Corstorphine, 144. XXXV
Corstorphine Hill, 87. XXXIV
Corstorphine Loch, 87. XXXIV
Corstorphine, population table, 89. XXXIV
Corstorphine, Provost of, 105. XXIII
Corstorphine road, 110. XXXIV
Cosmocapaleion, South Bridge, 138 and n. XXX
Cospatrick, Earl of Dunbar, 141. XXXV
Cossar, Walter, teacher, 121. XXXII
Costume, fishwife’s dress, 29; 19th C., 27, 28; uniforms, 13-14, 110, 115, 117. XXXIII
Costume, in an Edinburgh inventory of 1577, 174;
auctioned in Edinburgh in 1591, 175 ; bought in Edinburgh in 1822,
82-3, 88; worn in Edinburgh in 1822, 89-90, 93, 95, 97-8, 100, 108,
118-119, 124, 129, 131-3, 139, 143, 155; XXXI
cottars, duty to repair roads, 105; rate for commutation of services, 111. XXXIV
Cotterill, Rt. Rev. Dr Henry, 84, 86, 94n. XXXIII
Cotton, warp of shawls made from, 54. XXXI
Coulter, William, Lord Provost, 204. XXXII
Coulter, Wm., Lord Provost, 95 and n. XXIV
County Buildings, 46, 50. XXXIV
County Directory of Scotland, 131. XXX
County Hall : see Midlothian County Buildings. XXX
County Hall, 45. XXXV
Couper, C. Tennant, advocate, 79, 93n. XXXIII
Couper, John, teacher, 121. XXXII
Couper Street, railway tunnel, 159, 163; route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Coupland, Marion, 99. XXIII
Cour, William de la, master of School of Design, drawings of foliage for School at Aberdeen, 68. XXVII
Courant : see Edinburgh Evening Courant. XXX
Courant: see Edinburgh Evening CourantXXXIII
Court dress worn in Edinburgh in 1822, 91, 93-4. XXXI
Court of Exchequer, 39, 40. XXIII
Court of Justiciary, 170 ; proposed alterations in 1828 to, 180. XXIX
Court of Justiciary, Lord Advocate’s indemnity to William Hare confirmed in 1829 by, 142. XXX
Court of Session, 112, 113, 114, 123, 124; and charity
workhouse, 39; decision regarding lands of Hillside, 50-51. See also
College of Justice. XXII
Court of Session, 52 ; relations with XXIII
Court of Session, 86. XXVII
Court of Session, 179, 180 ; litigation of Watson’s
and Merchant Maiden Hospitals in, 7 ; price of land for Tron Church
fixed by, 98. XXIX
Court of Session, 26, 156. XXX
Court of Session, 111. XXXIV
Court of Session desire church for themselves, 139. XXIV
Court of Session, effect of plague of 1645 on, 11. XXXII
Cousin, David, City Architect, 53, 56n, 96-98. XXXIV
Cousin, David, City· Architect, 151, 152, 154, 155n:
description of capital of Cross of Edinburgh, 153; design of pedestal
of Cross of Edinburgh in 1866, 151, 152. XXXIII
Cousin, Geo., architect, Councillor, surveyor, 37, 41n; biographical details, 38. XXXIII
Coutts, Aleson, 17. XXXIV
Coutts, Angela Georgina Burdett-, Baroness: see Burdett-Coutts, Angela Georgina, Baroness. XXXIII
Coutts, John, teacher, 121. XXXII
Covenant Close, 73, 75. XXIII
Covenant Close, 50-1. XXXI
Covenant Close, 115, 140, 142, 143, 147, 152, 153. XXXII
Covenanters, 115. XXVII
“Covent Garden,” fruit shop in Leven Lodge, 192. XXXII
Coventry, Andrew, 79, 83, 93n. XXXIII
Cow Park, 63, 73, 75. XXIII
Cow Park, Restalrig, 250, 251, 254, 255. XXII
Cowan, Alexander, acquires Melville mill, 58. XXVII
Cowan, Alexander, paper-maker, his charity school, 74; his Canongate house, and friends, 64-5. XXVIII
Cowan and Company, papermakers and stationers, 105, 133n. XXXV
Cowan, Charles, buys paper mill at Penicuik, 48 ; his Reminiscences, 58. XXVII
Cowan, Charles, of Valleyfield, M.P., 31, 119n. XXXV
Cowan, Charles, paper maker, 47, 70 ; Reminiscences quoted, 50. XXV
Cowan, Charles, son of Alexander, 64. XXVIII
Cowan, Chas., of Valleyfield, paper manufacturer, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Cowan, Duncan, of Moray House, Edinburgh, 65. XXVIII
Cowan, James, deacon, 48. XXXI
Cowan, James, paper maker, 52. XXVII
Cowan, John, paper maker, 52. XXVII
Cowan of Beeslack, Sir John, 74. XXVIII
Cowan, R. M. W., 23. XXXIII
Cowan, Sir Jas., Lord Provost, paper manufacturer, 37, 84, 85, 94n. XXXIII
Cowan, Thos., M.D., of Leith, 122. XXXIII
Cowan, William, 44. XXXV
Cowan, Wm., his article on Bearford’s Parks, 6. XXIII
Cowan’s Close, 212. XXIV
Cowburn, Henry: see Cockburn, Henry Thos., Lord Cockburn. XXXIII
Cowfeeder Row, 52. XXXIV
Cowfeeders’ Row : see High Riggs. XXXII
Cowgate, 72, 96, 97, 147 ; shoemakers’ shops in, 95. XXIII
Cowgate, 132, 135, 143, 145 ; Episcopal Chapel in, 100; a fashionable suburb, 240. XXIV
Cowgate, 61. XXVII
Cowgate, 142. XXX
Cowgate, 43, 125, 129, 132, 133, 138, 145, 148. XXXII
Cowgate, 24, 26, 30, 32, 37, 61, 68, 70, 72. XXXIV
Cowgate, 152. XXXV
Cowgate, 98, 154n., 155n., 166; building of meal
market in, 111, 115n. ; proposal in 1820s for building of bridge over,
147, 156. XXIX
Cowgate, Episcopal Chapel in, 163. XXXI
Cowgate, Irish colony in, 51. XXII
Cowgate Port, 140. XXIII
Cowgate, Port, 135. XXV
Cowgate Port, 6. XXVII
Cowgate Port, 98. XXIX
Cowgate Port, 114. XXXIV
Cowgate, Skene’s drawings of, 135. XXV
Cowper, William, 30, 119n. XXXV
Cox, Mr, 116. XXXIII
Crabbie, John M., merchant in Leith, 123. XXXIII
Crabbie, Mrs J., 124. XXXIII
Crackling House, Bristo, 81. XXII
Cracklinghouse, 141. XXIII
Crackling-house, 199, 203 n. XXIV
Crafts, and representation on Council, 134. XXIV
Crafts, arbitration in disputes by Court of Four Deacons and Four Masters, 92. XXII
Crag, The, early name for Arthur’s Seat, 2 ; reference
in charter (1136-47) by Earl Henry to, 3 and n. ; references in Malcom
II’s charter of 1159 to ownership of, 4 and n. ; lawsuit between Kelso
and Holyrood Abbeys over, 4 and n. ; St. Anthony’s Chapel on, 7 and nn.
; identification as Arthur’s Seat of, 8 ; inferred gift to Kelso Abbey
by David I; of, 9; see also Arthur’s Seat; Craggenemarf. XXX
Cragge Ingalt : see Calton Hill. XXXII
Craggenemarf, early name for Arthur’s Seat, 1 and n.,
2 ; partly in royal demesne, 3 ; gift to Holyrood Abbey by Uviet of
part of, 3; see also Arthur’s Seat ; Crag, The. XXX
Craig & Rose, paint manufacturers, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Craig, Alison, 3. XXXIV
Craig, Archd., cloth merchant, 176 n. XXIV
Craig, Archd., woollen merchant, Treasurer of Edinburgh Literary Institute, 42. XXXIII
Craig, Ed., Cunningham, 93n. XXXIII
Craig, Gibson, 154. XXX
Craig House, 52. XXXIV
Craig House, 91 and n. XXIV
Craig, James, 136. XXVII
Craig, James, 185. XXIX
Craig, James, architect, 10, 14, 23, 24, 37, 150, 151,
154 ; his plan of New Town, 4, 6, 8, 11 ; plan published by
magistrates, 12 ; dedication, 13, 14; gold medal and city freedom for,
8, 9 ; designs College of Physicians (George St.), 9; lays
foundation-stone of first house in New Town, 15 ; plan for layout of
South Bridge, 149 and n. XXIII
Craig, James, architect, and Picardy, 28. XXV
Craig, James, architect, changes in his plan for New Town, 40, 55n; 43. XXXIV
Craig, James Gibson: see Gibson-Craig, Sir James, W.S. XXXIV
Craig, James Gibson, of Riccarton, 99. XXVII
Craig, James, Plan for improving the City of Edinburgh, 1786, 36. XXX
Craig, James, teacher, 121. XXXII
Craig, John, 3. XXXIV
Craig, John, teacher, 121. XXXII
Craig, Lewis, of Riccarton, 123 and n. XXIX
Craig, Lily, 107. XXX
Craig Locart: see Craiglockhart, XXXIII
Craig, Mrs., 87. XXX
Craig, Robert and Co., shawl manufacturers, 62. XXXI
Craig, Sir Jas. Gibson, secretary for Hopetoun
monument, 29, 32, 36 ; his bust in Signet Library, 30 ; consults Scott
regarding inscription, 31. XXII
Craig, Sir Thomas, 8, 13n, 20. XXXIV
Craig, Sir Thomas, of Riccarton, advocate, 126 and n. XXIX
Craig, Thomas, baker, 92. XXIII
Craig, Wm., appointment to Central Committee of Chairmakers’ Union, 18. XXXIII
Craig, Wm., Lord Craig, cousin of Burns’s ‘Clarinda,’ periodical essays, 70; Raeburn’s portrait, 71. XXVI
Craigcrook, 182, 198. XXV
Craigcrook, country house of Francis Jeffrey, 68, 102, 105-6, 112, 116, 147, 152, 162. XXXI
Craigcrook, lands of, 54. XXVIII
Craigcrook stone, 32. XXIII
Craigend, 21. XXXII
Craigengalt, 4, 12n, 24: and see Calton Hill. XXXIV
Craigentinny, 216, 222, 227, 230, 231 ; detached from
Restalrig; derivation of name, 201 ; value of property, 202 ; Roman
road passes through, 203 ; acquired from Nisbets by Wm. Miller,
seedsman, 204 ; mausoleum at, 222, 232, 233, 236-7 ; heirs take surname
of Miller and coat-armorial of Miller of, 224; Sarah Marsh succeeds to;
afterwards her sister Ellen, 235; later proprietors, 235 ; Ormiston
and, 238-9 ; Christie Millers and, 240, 254; lawsuit anent will of Wm.
Henry Miller of, 214, 242-54; Fillyside and, 254; Cow Park incorporated
in, 254 ; lands adjoining ; bridge with inscriptions at, 255 ; avenue,
256. XXII
Craigentinny, 63. XXIII
Craigentinny, 198. XXV
Craigentinny, 122, 146. XXVII
Craighouse, 35. XXVII
Craighouse, dovecote at, 170, 171, 180. XXV
Craighouse, lands of, 8. XXXI
Craigie, Dr. David, 22 and n. XXXII
Craigie, Dr. John, of Mocking, 151. XXVI
Craigie, Dr. of Leith, 146, 149n. XXXIII
Craigie, Henry, W.S., succeeds to Falcon Hall, 95. XXIV
Craigie, Mrs., 117. XXXI
Craigie, Robert, Lord President, drafts bill to Parliament anent Royal Exchange, 10. XXII
Craigie, Robert, of Glendoick, Lord Advocate, 23. XXX
Craigiehall, dovecote at, 170, 171, 191. XXV
Craigiehall, ice house at, 131, 132. XXVIII
Craigiehall, sundials at, 98-9, 100, 108. XXVII
Craigleith, 52, 84; quarries at, 87. XXXIV
Craigleith, part of, purchased by Sir Philip Ainslie of Pilton, 39. XXV
Craigleith, poorhouse, 68, 89-90n; quarry, 51. XXXIII
Craigleith stone, 31, 32. XXIII
Craigleith stone, 81, 82, 83; quarry, 180. XXVII
Craigleith, stone for re-facing Heriot’s Hospital from quarry at, 41. XXXI
Craiglockhart, 70, 104; fortalice, 8, 29. XXIV
Craiglockhart, 136. XXV
Craiglockhart, 115, 117; poorhouse, proposed, 65; foundation stone laid, 69. XXXIII
Craiglockhart, 86. XXXIV
Craiglockhart Hill, 55. XXII
Craiglockhart Hill, 146n. XXXV
Craiglockhart Hydropathic Establishment, 101. XXXIV
Craiglockhart, lands of, 27 ; mansion, 105. XXVII
Craiglockhart Poorhouse, 41. XXII
Craiglockhart Poorhouse, 213. XXXII
Craigmillar, 105 ; quarry at, 63. XXIII
Craigmillar, 136 ; meal mill at, 54 ; dovecote at, 154, 169, 173. XXV
Craigmillar Castle, 104, 125. XXVII
Craigmillar, Lady, widow of Sir John Gilmour of Craigmillar, 121 and n. XXIX
Craigmillar, possible use of stone at Tower of
Merchiston from, 15 ; stone for building of Heriot’s Hospital quarried
at, 34. XXXI
Craigmillar stone used in building, 5. XXVI
Craig’s Close, 10. XXIV
Craig’s Close, 126. XXIX
Craig’s Close, 149. XXXII
Craig’s Close, 149 and n. XXIII
Craik, Charles, 19, 52, 104, 117n. XXXV
Crail, magistrates of, complain of damage to fishing, 93. XXVIII
Cramb, Albert, plaster restoration at Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Crambambuli (whisky), 19, 20, 35, 66. XXIV
Crames, 142. XXV
‘Crammyis’ Close, 97. XXIII
Cramon House, sundial at, 106. XXVII
Cramond, 19 ; Kirk Session of, 148. XXIV
Cramond, 35 ; paper mill at, 47, 58 ; Romans at, 136. XXV
Cramond, 75. XXXIII
Cramond, 54, 84, 87-90, 112; cottages in rented by Edinburgh families (table), 88; population of (table), 89. XXXIV
Cramond Bridge, 109. XXXIV
Cramond Church, 99. XXXIII
Cramond Church, sundial at, 101. XXVII
Cramond District, Road Trustees of, connection with Dean Bridge project of, 166-8. XXX
Cramond, Misses, boarding-school, pupil elopes, 99. XXVI
Cramond, 146n. XXXV
Cramond, parish school of, 110. XXXII
Crampton, Hon. Judge, Professor of Law, Trinity College, Dublin, 179. XXXII
Cranbrook, Jas., minister, 69, 90n. XXXIII
Cranfuird, James, Sheriff of Perth, 31, 119n. XXXV
Cranston, 58. XXVI
Cranston and Elliot’s, 137-8 and n. XXX
Cranston, James, 139. XXVII
Cranston, James, teacher, 121. XXXII
Cranston, Mr., B.A., teacher at Hamilton Place Academy, 180. XXXIII
Cranston, parish of, 5 ; parish church of, 4 and n., 5. XXX
Cranston, Robert Elliot, son of [Cranston, Sir Robert], 137. XXX
Cranston, Robt., chartist, 32, 39, 41n; Councillor, 37; hotel proprietor, 37; tailor. XXXIII
Cranston, Robt., tailor and Chartist, 111. XXII
Cranston, Sir Robert, Lord Provost, 137. XXX
Cranston, Sir Robt., Lord Provost, son of Robt. Cranston. [NOTE no page numbers] [CHECK that father is Cranston, Robt., chartist] XXXIII
Cranston Street, 49. XXXIII
Cranston, Thomas, 122. XXVII
Cranstoun, Geo., Lord Corehouse, 183. XXIV
Cranstoun, George, advocate, 158. XXXI
Cranstoun, Mrs., 84, 158. XXXI
Craufuird of Ardmillan, Jas., Lord Ardmillan: see Ardmillan, Jas. Craufuird, Lord Ardmillan. XXXIII
Craufurd, Annabella, wife of Wm. Fullarton of Rosemount, 72. XXIII
Craufurd, Catherine Forbes, 72. XXIII
Craufurd, Col. John, 70. XXIII
Craufurd, James, merchant, Rotterdam, 70. XXIII
Craufurd, Jane (or Jean), wife of William Berry, merchant, 72. XXIII
Craufurd, Margaret, wife of Patrick, Earl of Dumfries, 72. XXIII
Craufurd, Patrick, of Auchirmames, 70. XXIII
Craufurd, Patrick, son of Ronald, 71, 72. XXIII
Craufurd, Ronald, W.S., 63, 71, 73 ; buys Piershill, Three Steps, and Meadowholm, 70 ; tenant of Restalrig House,70. XXIII
Cravats, manufacture in Edinburgh in 19th century of, 63-4. XXXI
Craven, Captain, 92. XXXII
Crawford, Alexander, cordiner to Anne of Denmark, 2. XXXIV
Crawford, Archibald, Abbot of Holyrood, 115-16. XXIII
Crawford, Charles, coppersmith, 156. XXVII
Crawford, David, poet, eulogises Admiral Inglis, 53. XXVI
Crawford, David, Secretary to Duchess of Hamilton, 140, 148, 149. XXIV
Crawford, Howison, 165. XXXI
Crawford, Hugh, teacher, 121. XXXII
Crawford, James, 7, 8, 12n, 18. XXXIV
Crawford, John, maltman in Leith Wynd, 19. XXXIV
Crawford, Miss, 63, 103. XXX
Crawford, Mrs., 111, 130. XXVII
Crawford, Mrs., of Carronbank, 138. XXVI
Crawford, Rev. T. J., 75, 92n. XXXIII
Crawford, Robert, teacher, 121. XXXII
Crawford, Sir Hew, of Jordanhill, 71. XXX
Crawford, Thomas, 18. XXXIV
Crawford, William, 7, 14. XXXIV
Crawford, Wm., of Auchinames, 117. XXV
Crawfurd, Alex., shoemaker, 57. XXII
Crawfurd, Hew, of Redbraes, 7. XXII
Crawfurd, Miss, 84, 97, 103. XXX
Crawfurd Mr., 84. XXX
Crawfurds, The, 96. XXX
Crawley Spring, supply of water to Edinburgh from, 149. XXIX
Creech, Bailie, 9. XXVI
Creech, William, Lord Provost, 93. XXX
Creech, William, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 23. XXIX
Creech, William, teacher, 121. XXXII
Creech, Wm., 9, 10. XXIV
Creech, Wm., and apprentices in crafts, 110-11. XXII
Creech, Wm., bookseller, 31. XXIII
Creech’s Fugitive Pieces quoted, 47; his ‘land’ in High St., 142. XXV
Creech’s Land, 46. XXXIV
Creich, Andrew, of Comiston, 175. XXV
Creigh, Thos. R., 223. XXIV
Crenistone, John, 129. XXIII
Creych, Captain George, clothing delivered as pledge in 1577 by, 174. XXXI
Crichton (Creichtoun), John, of Brunstane (Bruntistoun), 104. XXIII
Crichton, Alex., coachmaker, attempts to sell lands of Newington, 159 and n.; and lands of Mayfield, 179. XXIV
Crichton, Alex., the younger, surgeon apprentice to Alex. Wood, 160. XXIV
Crichton, Captain David, obtains feu charter of lands of St. Leonards, 135. XXIII
Crichton, David, 21. XXXIV
Crichton, David, of Lugton, junior, knighted by Charles I, 134. XXIII
Crichton, David, of Lugton-Crichton in Fife, 133 ; dispones lands of St. Leonards, 134. XXIII
Crichton, Geo., Bishop of Dunkeld, 5. XXIV
Crichton, James, Sheriff of Nithsdale, 134 ; wadsets lands of St. Leonards, 135. XXIII
Crichton, Jas. Arthur, advocate, Sheriff of Fife and of Midlothian, 114, 123, 135. XXXIII
Crichton, Jas., of St. Leonards, 203, 207, 217, 222, 227. XXIV
Crichton, Margaret, daughter of Sir David Crichton of Lugton, 135. XXIII
Crichton, Mr., 158. XXX
Crichton, Patrick, brother of David, 133. XXIII
Crichton, Patrick, junior, 133. XXIII
Crichton, Patrick, of Lugton, 21. XXXIV
Crichton, Patrick, of Lugton, largest feuar of St. Leonards, 130-1 ; extent of his property, 131-3. XXIII
Crichton, Patrick, saddler, owner of land in Newington, 159, 160; resides in Gayfield Square, 250-1. XXIV
Crichton, Patrick, writer, 142. XXIV
Crichton, Richard, architect, designer of early stages of Bank of Scotland building on the Mound, 58. XXX
Crichton, Richard, architect, plan for new building for Merchant Maiden Hospital submitted by, 24. XXIX
Crichton, Robert, Bishop of Dunkeld, his “Great Lodging” in Edinburgh, 68-72. XXXIV
Crichton, Robert, of St. Leonards, 135. XXIII
Crichton, Sir VVilliam, 2 and n. XXXI
Crichton Street, 22-24 ; Mrs. Alison Cockburn and, 23. XXVI
Crichton Street, 130, 150, 224, 226. XXXII
Crichton, Thomas, surgeon apothecary, 135. XXIII
Crichton, Wm., alderman in London, and Newington property, 159. XXIV
Crichton’s Lands of St. Leonard, 130-5. XXIII
Crichtons of Cranston Riddell, 131 n. XXIII
Crichtons of Lugton, 127 n. ; granted charter of lands of St. Leonards, 127. XXIII
Cringletie, James Wolfe Murray, Lord, 167. XXXI
Cringletie, Lady 153, 167. XXXI
Cririe, James, teacher, 121. XXXII
Croall, John & Sons, coachbuilders, 76, 78, 80, 2n. XXXIII
Croft-an-Righ, 47. XXXIV
Cromarty, convoy to ships trading with, 81, 85ff. XXVIII
Crombie, Alexander, 125 and 11. XXIX
Crombie, Benjamin, 14. XXIV
Crombie, Benjamin, Modern Athenians, 65, 70. XXVI
Crombie’s Modern Athenians, 41. XXV
Cromwell, Oliver, 105, 107. XXIX
Cromwell, Oliver, 33, 41. XXXIV
Cromwell, Oliver, and William Dick, 32. XXVII
Cromwell, Oliver, capture of Edinburgh Castle, 12; troops’ defacement of St. Catherine’s balm-well, 139. XXXIII
Crookshanks, Andrew, teacher, 121. XXXII
Crookshanks, Patrick, Orphan Hospital, 162. XXVII
Croom, Rev. David M., Sanquhar, 9, 115n. XXXV
Crosbie, Andrew, his mansion in St. Andrew Square, 20-1. XXIII
Cross : see Mercat Cross. XXXII
Cross House, 136. XXIII
Cross in St Leonards, 235-6. XXIV
Cross, James, of Paisley, loom improvements by, 58. XXXI
Cross Keys Tavern, 125. XXIX
Cross Market, 98. XXIII
Cross, Market, 38, 116, 132, 135; Girth, 134. XXV
Cross of Bristo, 76. XXII
Cross of Canongate, 100. XXII
Cross of Edinburgh, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14; bargaining at, 2, 21 ; medical quack’s stage at, 135. XXII
Cross of Edinburgh, 171. XXIV
Cross of Edinburgh, 150-158; calotype of, 151; capital
of, 153-155n, 157-158; engraved plate on, 153; history of, 150, 154n,
155n; letter from W. E. Gladstone, 156; sketches of, 150, 151;
reconstruction in High Street, 1866, 151, 155n; in 1885, 152, 155n; in
1970, 154; shaft of 1885 Cross replaced, 150. XXXIII
Cross of Edinburgh, 149-155, 157. XXXV
Crosscauseway, 84. XXII
Crosscauseway, 140. XXIII
Crosscauseway, 198, 199, 202, 203, 204, 205, 209, 221 ; history of, 206 and n. ; well in East, 209 n. XXIV
Crosscauseway, 61. XXVII
Crosscauseway, 114. XXXIV
Crosscauseway, Lady Jane Douglas and, 80 ; buried at Holyrood, 81 n. XXV
Crosshouses, 131n. XXIX
Crossrig, Lord. See Home, David. XXV
Crouch, Major, funeral of, 17, 116n. XXXV
Crow, Mrs Catherine, 16, 116n. XXXV
Crown Square, 11. XXXIII
crows, black, 20, 117n. XXXV
Crudens Ltd., of Musselburgh, restoration work in Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Cruickshank, Jenny, 122. XXXII
Cruickshank, Reverend David, teacher, 121. XXXII
Cruickshank, William, teacher, 122. XXXII
Cruickshanks, Alexander, hosier, 135-6 and n. XXX
Cruickshanks, Elizabeth, schoolmistress, 108. XXV
Cruikshanks, Ed., Councillor, dissenter, Quaker, 35. XXXIII
Crurnbrestrother, 4n. XXX
Crystal, Hugh, weaver, 115. XXV
Cubie, John, Councillor, cabinetmaker, 39, 41n; elected Canongate ward 1891, 33; defeated Canongate ward 1900, 34, 40n. XXXIII
Cuddy Park, building in 1820s in, 158, 160, 163, 172. XXIX
Cuff, John, optical instrument-maker, 166, 167. XXXIII
Culain, Captain (?Cullen, James), 158. XXXV
Culbertson, David : see Cuthbertson, David. XXXI
Cullalo quarry, 81, 83 ; objected to by builder, 82. XXVII
Cullen, Archibald Hope, of Parkhead, advocate, 125, 164. XXXI
Cullen, Dr. William, and ‘the greatest character Edinburgh ever saw,’ 2. XXVII
Cullen, Miss, 188. XXIX
Cullen, Robert Cullen, Lord, Senator of the College of Justice, 64. XXX
Cullen, William, Professor of Medicine and of Physiology, 115. XXXII
Cullen, Wm., Captain, 119. XXXIII
Culloden, battle of, map, 167, 175n. XXXIII
Culpeper, Nicholas, 113. XXVII
Culrose, “the Ladie”, 4. XXXIV
Culross, 143. XXXV
Cumberland, Duke of, given freedom of Edinburgh, 10-11. XXVII
Cumberland Place, 172. XXIV
Cumberland Street, building in 1820s in, 151, 163. XXIX
Cumberland, William Augustus, His Royal Highness, Duke of, 57, 59, 62, 63, 65, 83-4, 86, 87, 88, 95, 100. XXXII
Cumberlege, Mrs R. F., 124. XXXIII
Cumberlege, R. F., master at Fettes College, 124. XXXIII
Cumbrae: see Great Cumbrae. XXXIII
Cumbria, 143-144, 147n. XXXV
Cuming, Mrs., teacher, 122. XXXII
Cuming, Thos., banker, Royal Exchange, 173 n. XXIV
Cumming, Alexander, teacher, 122. XXXII
Cumming, Col. Henry John, 73. XXVI
Cumming, Col. Sir John, 40, 72, 73. XXVI
Cumming, Dr. James, H.M. Inspector of Schools, 67. XXIX
Cumming, Henrietta, 26. XXVI
Cumming, Isobel, schoolmistress, 118. XXV
Cumming, John, 185. XXIX
Cumming, Lady, and Scott boys, 72. XXVI
Cumming, Mary, 106. XXXI
Cumming, Rev. Dr John, 65, 89n. XXXIII
Cumming, Sir William Gordon, 2nd Bart., 156. XXXI
Cummings, W. H., tenor, 68, 90n. XXXIII
Cummins, Robert, carver, 75, 76. XXVII
Cumnorig, lands of, 37. XXV
Cunningham, Alex., W.S., and Coates, 82. XXV
Cunningham, Bailie Hugh, 214. XXV
Cunningham, Chas., W.S., 15, 34. XXIV
Cunningham, Geo., merchant, 74. XXIV
Cunningham, George, goldsmith, Canongate, 2. XXXIV
Cunningham, Henry, portioner of Restalrig, infeft in ten acres called ‘Peirshill,’ 66, 67. XXIII
Cunningham, James, founder, Bell House, Castlehill, let in 1738 to, 26. XXX
Cunningham, Joseph Thos., naturalist, 53, 57n. XXXIII
Cunningham, Katharine, wife of John Anderson, writer, 133 and n. XXIX
Cunningham, Lady Margt., of Glencairn family, 123. XXVI
Cunningham, Lord : see Conyngham, Henry, 3rd Baron and 1st Marquis. XXXI
Cunningham, Margaret, and Piershill, 66. XXIII
Cunningham, Margt., wife of Wm. Livingston of Greenhill, 74. XXIV
Cunningham, Mary, wife of Gideon Elliott of North Sintoun, 132. XXIX
Cunningham, Miss, 92. XXXI
Cunningham, Mrs., of Enterkin, 224. XXXII
Cunningham, Rev. Dr William, Principal of New College, 64, 125n. XXXV
Cunningham, Richard, junior, 67. XXIII
Cunningham, Richard, son of William, 67. XXIII
Cunningham, Robert, Under Clerk of Session, 128 and n. XXIX
Cunningham, Sir Wm., Bart., 139. XXVI
Cunningham, Sir Wm., of Priestfield, 7. XXV
Cunningham, Thomas, clothier, 34, 120n. XXXV
Cunningham, Walter, 11n. XXXIV
Cunningham, Wm., of Broomhill, 67. XXIII
Cunninghame, Major-Gen. John, Bengal Army, 126. XXVI
Cunnyngham, Mrs. Robert, 126. XXXI
Cunyngham, Sir Wm. Dick, 96, 99, 122. XXXIII
Curiosities of a Scots Charta Chest, 187. XXIV
Currie, 19. XXXII
Currie, James, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 140. XXIX
Currie, Mrs., 224. XXXII
Currie, population table, 89; 109, 114-115. XXXIV
Currie, Robt., merchant, 142. XXIV
Currie, sundial at, 98-99. XXVII
Currie, Wm., of Bridekirk, 129. XXVI
Curriehill House, site of old Surgeons’ Hall, 112. XXVII
Custom House in Royal Exchange, 13, 14, 15. XXII
Custom House, Leith, 114 and n. XXIX
Customs and Excise, 38, 39. XXIII
Cuthbertson, David, 63. XXXI
Cutlers, 106, 125. XXXIII
Cuypers, P. J. H., Dutch architect, 90. XXXIV

D

Daemonologie, by James VI, 40. XXVII
Daer, Basil Wm. Douglas Hamilton, Lord, 99, 120. XXXIII
Daes, Alex., paper maker, 56. XXV
Daes, Alexander, and his elephant, 42. XXVII
Daft Jamie : see Wilson, James. XXIX
Daft Jamie : see Wilson, James. XXX
Daily Review, Article: Cross of Edinburgh, 1617, 55n. XXXIII
Dainty Davie : see Williamson, Reverend David. XXX
Dalgetty, Dugald, prototype, 114. XXVII
Dalgetty quarry, 82, 83. XXVII
Dalgleish, Geo., lorimer, 200. XXIV
Dalgleish, Margaret, widow of Lewis Craig of Riccarton, 123 and n. XXIX
Dalhousie, 117. XXXIV
Dalhousie, Countess of, 224. XXXII
Dalhousie, Fox Maule Ramsay, eleventh Earl of, 81, 93n. XXXIII
Dalhousie, George, 8th Earl of, 158. XXXI
Dalhousie, Marquis of, ode for his marriage, 188-9. XXVIII
Dalkeith, 48. XXXIII
Dalkeith, 23; railway from Edinburgh, the Innocent, 1826, 50; 109, 112. XXXIV
Dalkeith, 46, 50, 56, 81, 103, 123n, 142, 147n. XXXV
Dalkeith, building in 1820s of railway between
Edinburgh and, 154, 173, 180 ; proposal in 1828 for extension of
railway between Edinburgh and, 182. XXIX
Dalkeith, completion in 1831 of railway between
Edinburgh and, 152 ; proposal in 1832 to run a kind of stage coach on
the railway between Edinburgh and, 156. XXX
Dalkeith Grammar School, 116, 138. XXXII
Dalkeith Palace, ice house at, 128-31. XXVIII
Dalkeith Road, 195. XXXII
Dalkeith Road, 38, 114. [NOTE uppercase Road] XXXIV
Dalkeith road, 109. [NOTE lowercase road] XXXIV
Dalkeith, timber for construction of Heriot’s Hospital obtained from, 34. XXXI
Dalkeith, Wm., Henry Walter Montague Douglas Scott,
Earl of, see Buccleuch, Wm. Henry Montague Douglas Scott, sixth Duke
of. XXXIII
Dallas, Chas., vintner, 116. XXV
Dallas, James, younger, of St. Martins, 121. XXIX
Dalmahoy, 32. XXVII
Dalmahoy, Wm., of Ravelrig, 187. XXV
Dalry, 69. XXXIII
Dalry, Haugh’s of, 6, 7. XXXIV
Dalry House, 38. XXXIII
Dalry, lands of, 1 and n. XXXI
Dalry, lordship of, 57. XXII
Dalry paper mill, 40 ; French workers at, burned out, 41. XXVII
Dalry Paper Mills, Water of Leith, 46, 53, 55 ; contract anent, 56 ; earliest recorded, 69. XXV
Dalrymple, Alex., advocate, 21, 22. XXV
Dalrymple, David, advocate, 102, 105 XXV
Dalrymple, Hew, advocate, 101, 105. XXV
Dalrymple, Hew, Lord Drummore, and city improvements, 6 ; and Royal Exchange, 9 ; governor of Musical Society, 23. XXII
Dalrymple House, Bristo (‘Ace of Clubs’), 79, 80. XXII
Dalrymple House, Bristo St., 199. XXIV
Dalrymple, Hugh, of Fordell, his property in General’s
Entry, 78 ; builds new house at south end of Bristo ; described,
79. XXII
Dalrymple, Janet, wife of Robert Ross, writer, 129 and n. XXIX
Dalrymple, Jeminia, 46. XXIX
Dalrymple, John, 7th Earl of Stair, secret marriage to and then divorce from Joanna Gordon, 34. XXVII
Dalrymple, Marion, 20. XXXIV
Dalrymple, Misses, of Duddingston, 108, 114-15. XXXI
Dalrymple, Mrs. John, 224. XXXII
Dalrymple, Sir David, Lord Hailes, 181. XXV
Dalrymple, Sir Hugh, of North Berwick, advocate, President of Court of Session, 116. XXIX
Dalrymple, Sir James, principal Clerk of Session, second son of James Dalrymple, 1st Viscount Stair, 127 and n. XXIX
Dalrymple, Sir John, of Cousland (afterwards Sir John Dalrymple Hamilton MacGill), author of Memoirs of Great Britain, Johnson and Boswell visit, 58. XXVI
Dalrymple, Sir John of Cousland, Bart., his mansion in Bristo, 78. XXII
Dalrymple, Sir John, residing in St. John Street, 67. XXVIII
Dalrymple, Sir Robt., of Castleton, 133. XXVI
Dalrymple, Sir Wm., of Cousland, Bart., succeeds to mansion in Bristo, 79. XXII
Dalzall, Mary, 86. XXXI
Dalzel, Andrew, Professor of Greek, 49. XXXII
Dalzell, Andrew, Professor of Greek, 162. XXXI
Dalzell, Archibald, 7. XXXIV
Dalzell, John, 17. XXXIV
Dalzell, John, advocate, 101, 162. XXXI
Dalzell, Miss, 116, 128. XXXI
Dalzell, Nichol, of Saughtonhall mills, son of above, 7-9, 17. [CHECK text] XXXIV
Dalziel, Robert, advocate, 224. XXXII
Dalziel, Sir James, of the Binns, 34. XXVII
Damask looms, shawls woven on, 55. XXXI
Damhead House, Gorgie, 45. XXVIII
Damside, 11. XXX
Dances, highland, their stimulating effect on Edinburgh society, 193. XXVIII
Danielstoun, James, goldsmith, 218. XXXII
Dargarvel, William, 14, 115n. XXXV
Darien Company, 147, 148. XXIV
Darien Company, headquarters not in Bristo but in Mylne Square, 40. XXII
Darien House, 13 ; use as lunatic asylum of, 14. XXIX
Darling, Dr. Alexander, director of Darlings, 138 and n. XXX
Darling, Elisa, teacher, 122. XXXII
Darling, Robert, teacher, 122. XXXII
Darling, Sir Will Y., Lord Provost, 131, 138 and n. XXX
Darlings, drapers, Princes Street, 138 and n. XXX
Darnaway Street, 143n. ; building in 1820s in, 150-1, 172. XXIX
Darney sandstone, 154. XXXIII
Darnick, 69, 77, (81), 82-83, 127n. XXXV
Darnick Bridge, 70-71, 74, 85. XXXV
Darnlee (house at Darnick), 69, 77, 81, 127n. XXXV
Dartmoor, prison depot at, 166. XXXV
d’Artois, Comte, at Holyroodhouse, 43 ; appropriates Deputy Keeper’s apartment, 46. XXIII
d’Artois, Comte, confined to Holyrood sanctuary, 192. XXVIII
Darwin, Charles, 137. XXXV
Darwin, Chas., 50. XXXIII
D’Assaville, Anne, 7, 22, 27 ; spinning mistress, 13. XXV
D’Assaville, Catherine, stamp-master, 28. XXV
D’Assaville, Duncan, 27, 28, 29. XXV
D’Assaville, John, 7, 14, 21 ; made burgess, 15. XXV
D’Assaville, Nicholas, 6, 7, 26, 27, 28 ; overtures
anent Picardy, 2 ; articles of agreement with, 3-5 ; imprisoned by
French government, 5; settles in Edinburgh, 7 ; maintenance of, 8 ;
asks for house for spinning, 11 ; makes looms, 12, 14; teaches spinning
in west country, 12; made burgess, 15 ; stamp-master of cambrics, 15,
16 ; looms allotted to, 21. XXV
D’Asti, Alexander, teacher, 122. XXXII
David I, 83 ; and St. Leonards Hospital, 114. XXIII
David I, 27. XXVII
David I, 1, 23, 37. XXXIV
David I, 2, 3, 4 and n., 8, 9. V, XXX
David I, 141-142, 145n. XXXV
David I, lands given to Edinburgh by, 194-5, 202. XXXII
David II, 128. XXIII
David II, 23. XXXIV
David II, grant of lands of Over Merchiston by, 1 and n. XXXI
David’s Tower, Edinburgh Castle, 155. XXV
Davidson, Alison, cousin of the diarist, 22, 87. XXXV
Davidson, Andrew, flesher, 95. XXIII
Davidson, Bett(s)y, as above, 14, 30, 57, 91, 93, 99. [CHECK text] XXXV
Davidson, Geo., skinner, Bristo, 58, 60. XXII
Davidson, Henry, of Muirhouse, 58. XXVI
Davidson, Jacobina, cousin of the diarist, 32, 43, 45, 55, 87-89, 97, 101. XXXV
Davidson, James, teacher, 122. XXXII
Davidson, James, treasurer of Edinburgh, 108. XXIX
Davidson, Janet, 166. XXVII
Davidson, Jas., writer, 203. XXIV
Davidson, John, 59. XXIV
Davidson, John, as above, house decorator, 6, 9, 11,
14, 20, 22, 26, 29, 33, 35-37, 42-43, 49, 51, 55-57, 63, 72, 92, 100,
103, 117n. [CHECK text] XXXV
Davidson, John, W.S., of Stewartfield and Haltree,
property on Castlehill of, 23 and n., 24-8 ; death in 1797 of, 24 ;
demolition in 1849 of house on Castlehill built by, 24. XXX
Davidson, Lord, of Lambeth, 40 n. XXXII
Davidson, Mary, as above, 1, 5, 9, 16, 22, 29, 30,
33-34, 44, 46, 51, 60, 66, 72, 74, 79, 85, 105,109, (138- wrongly as
“Margaret”). [CHECK text] XXXV
Davidson, Miss, 66. XXXV
Davidson, Miss Helen, 6. XXXV
Davidson, Mrs Thomas, “Aunt Davidson”, 1, 8, 15, 18, 22, 26, 31-32, 38, 49, 57, 65, 68, 87, 90, 98, 103, 107. XXXV
Davidson, Peters & Bryden, house decorators, 43, 117n. XXXV
Davidson, Randall Thos., Archbishop of Canterbury, 58. XXVI
Davidson, Robert, merchant, 22 ; property on
Castlehill of, 19-20 and nn., 23 ; election to Edinburgh Town Council
in 1643/44 of, 20 ; bankruptcy of, 20. XXX
Davidson, Robt., in Hownam, 251. XXIV
Davidson, Sir David, 83. XXIV
Davidson, Thomas, uncle of the diarist, auctioneer and appraiser, 1, 3, 5, 22, 30, 32, 88, 138. XXXV
Davidson, Thos., in Bristo, 60. XXII
Davidson, Tom, cousin of the diarist, 32, 43, 89. XXXV
Davidson, Walter, as above, 19, 31, 33, 35, 44-45, 47, 49, 92, 109. [CHECK text] XXXV
Davidson, William, of Muirhouse, 40 and n. XXXII
Davidson, William, teacher, 122. XXXII
Davidson, Yaxly, weaver, 20, 22. XXV
Davidson’s Mains, 109. XXVII
Davidson’s Mains : see Muttonhole. XXIX
Davidson’s Mains, 84-87. XXXIV
Davie, John, acquires South Croft (Pleasance), 140. XXIII
Davie, John, and Gallowgreen, 237. XXIV
Davie, John, his chemical works in West Richmond
Street, 86-7 ; purchases Lady Nicolson’s mansion ; sells ground to
Royal Public Dispensary, 87. XXII
Davie, John, in Bristo, 61. XXII
Davie, Miss, teacher of sewing, 122. XXXII
Davie, Sir Humphrey, 104. XXX
Davie Street, 87 ; origin of name, 86. XXII
Davies, Mr., actor, 122. XXXII
Davies, Thomas, civil engineer and architect, winning design in competition of 1855 for fresh layout of Meadows by, 53-4. XXX
Davison, Mrs: see Goddard, Arabella (Mrs Davison). XXXIII
Dawson, William, 187. XXIX
Dawson, William, 20. XXXIV
Day, Judge, 77-8. XXX
day labourers, 111. XXXIV
De Authoritate Ecclesiae, 117. XXVII
De la Chapelle, Madame, teacher of French, 122. XXXII
De la Cour, Mr., teacher of drawing, 122. XXXII
De la Monsieur, teacher of French, 122. [CHECK that 'la' should be there] XXXII
De Quincey, Thos., 66; visits to George Square, 123. XXVI
de Rothschild, L. N., 66, 126n. XXXV
De Vallibus, 3. XXX
De Vaus, 3. XXX
De Ville, Monsieur, teacher of French, 123. XXXII
De Winter, Dutch admiral, 12, 14. XXVI
Deaconess Hospital, 200. XXXII
Dead Men’s Craig: see Craggenemarf. XXX
Dead Men’s Rock : see Craggenemarf. XXX
Deaf and Dumb Institute, 92. XXVII
Dean, 73, 107 ; dovecote at, 197, 198 ; parish church, 204. XXV
Dean, 114-115. XXXIV
Dean Bridge, 72. XXV
Dean Bridge, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 ; origins of project
for construction of, 166-8 ; building in 1829-31 of, 145, 147 and n.,
153, 155. XXX
Dean Bridge, 185. XXXII
Dean Bridge, 48. XXXIII
Dean Bridge, 47, 50, 52. XXXIV
Dean Bridge, 55. XXXV
Dean Bridge, 190 n. XXIV
Dean Bridge, plans in 1820s for building of, 165, 173, 179-80. XXIX
Dean Cemetery, 174. XXVII
Dean Cemetery, 63, 72. XXXIII
Dean Estate, 166. XXX
Dean Estate, 46, 52. XXXIV
Dean Gardens, construction of, 185-8. XXXII
Dean House, 202. XXII
Dean House, home of Nisbet family, 72. XXV
Dean, lands of, 185. XXXII
Dean, lands of, foundation laid in 1825 of John Watson’s Hospital in, 164 ; feuing in 1825 of, 165. XXIX
Dean of Gild, 82, 83, 85, 92; duties, 84; magistrates and, 86 ; and building construction, 88. XXIII
Dean of Guild, 94. XXII
Dean of Guild Court, 22. XXX
Dean of Guild, warrant given in 1765 to Allan Ramsay of Kinkell to build two houses on Castlehill by, 28. XXX
Dean Orphan Hospital, origin of, 155; original
premises in Bailie Fyfe’s Close, 156; furnishings, 156-7; master
appointed, charity not restricted to city, collecting funds at church
doors, 157 ; erection of hospital at Physic Garden, building consists
of three blocks, 158; voluntary labour, 158-9 ; Seal of Cause granted,
159; older boys spin and weave, girls spin flax and knit, education,
160; administration, 161; boys employed at Paul’s Work, wool bought and
gifted, 162; diet, 163-4; no leisure, 165; runaways and an abduction,
166; behaviour, 167. XXVII
Dean Path, 72. XXV
Dean, Poultry lands at, 3 and n. XXXI
Dean Terrace, 53, 124n. XXXV
Dean Valley, 12, 15. XXX
Dean Village, 2. XXXII
Dean village, 81-82. XXXIV
Dean village, bakers’ craft at, 108. XXVII
Deanhaugh, 38, 194. XXIV
Deans, Geo., advocate, 59, 61. XXII
Dean’s House, Restalrig, 67. XXIII
Deans, Jane, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Deans, Margaret, wife of Alexander Penicuik of Newhall, 121. XXIX
Deans, Rev. George and Mrs, 85, 129n. XXXV
Deans, Robt., his land in Bristo, 59. XXII
Dearenough, 200 n. XXIV
Dearenough (Deireneuch, Diraneuch), lands of, 113,
130, 136, 140 n. ; were Pleasance and, interchangeable names ?, 137,
138 ; earliest mention of, 137 ; croft called, 138 ; origin of name,
138-9 ; becomes town property; divided into two parts ; feued, 140. See
also Pleasance. XXIII
Deas, Francis, advocate, 123. XXXIII
Deas, Mrs, later Mrs Smith, 124. XXXIII
Debenhams, drapers, London, 136. XXX
Debtors’ Jail, proposal in 1829 for the building on Calton Hill of, 146. XXX
Decorators, 59. XXXIII
Dedreux, Mrs., teacher of French, 122. XXXII
Deen Bridge: see Dean Bridge. XXXIII
De’enne : see Dean Village. XXXII
Defoe, Daniel, and Royal Mile, 3. XXVII
Defoe, Daniel, The Complete English Tradesman, 121, 122 and n., 123-4 and n. XXX
Delhaig, 81-82. XXXIV
Dell at Hermitage of Braid, 38. XXVII
Dellat, Daniel, 25, 27. XXV
Dellat, John, 8, 21, 23. XXV
Deluge, The, exhibition by Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 of Martin’s painting of, 143. XXX
Demainbray, Mrs., teacher, 123. XXXII
Demainbray, Stephen, teacher, 123. XXXII
Demaria, James, 75. XXVII
Demeris-Lablache, musician, 66. XXXIII
Dempster, George, son of the constable of Brechin, 5, 11n. XXXIV
Dempster, James, 11n. XXXIV
Dempster, Jas., 132. XXXIII
Dempster, Robert, son to the laird of Melrose, 11n. XXXIV
Dene, lands of, 1 and n. XXXI
Denholm, —, 44. XXIX
Denholm Cottage, Trinity, 30, 119n. XXXV
Denholm, Dame Cecil, 180. XXV
Denholm, John, merchant, 132. XXIV
Denholm, Wm., barber, his house in Bristo, 73 ; occupied later by Jas., second Earl of Rosebery, 72. XXII
Dennistoun, James, of Colgrain, 162. XXXI
Denovan, Campbell, his Edinburgh Directory, 11, 39. XXIV
Dental Hospital, Chambers Street, 156n. XXIX
Derby, Ed. Henry Stanley, fifteenth Earl of, 87, 95n. XXXIII
Derby industrial dispute in, 19. XXXIII
Design, Edinburgh School of, first of its kind, 67 ; a flourishing institution, 68. XXVII
Deuchar, David, Caledonian Insurance Co., 90. XXIV
Deuchar, David, seal engraver, 57. XXIX
Deuchar, David, seal engraver, 88, 89 and n. XXIV
Deuchar, George, chemist, 89. XXIV
Deuchar, John, chemist, 89, 96. XXIV
Deuchar Street, 90. XXIV
Deuchar, Wm., son of [Deuchar, David, seal engraver], 88. [original index was not clear about identity of the father] XXIV
Dewar, George, 22. XXXIV
Dewar, James, brewer, 67. XXV
Dewar, James, teacher, 123. XXXII
Dewar, Jas., of Vogrie, 7. XXII
Dewar, Jas., of Vogrie, 120; skating medal, 132. XXXIII
Dewar, Miss, teacher of music in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 87. XXIX
Dewar, Mr., teacher, 123. XXXII
Di Nigro, Mr., musician, 64, 65. XXX
Dialling or gnomonics, 97. XXVII
Dialstone at Drylaw, 186. XXV
Diamond Beetle Case, 183. XXIV
diary, Letts, used by James Boyd, description of, 1, 135. XXXV
Dibdin, Charles, actor, performance in Edinburgh in 1803 of, 86-7. XXX
Diccoune, Laurence, 4. XXXIV
Dick, Alex., gardener at Archers’ Hall, 13, 16n. XXXIII
Dick, Elizabeth, teacher, 123. XXXII
Dick, Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Nicolson, second baronet of Lasswade, 81. XXII
Dick Hopper’s Close, 97. XXIII
Dick, Janet, of Prestonfield, marries Sir Wm. Cunyngham of Caprington, Bt., 186. XXIV
Dick, Jessie (Mrs Lindsay Rae), 13, 16n. XXXIII
Dick, Jessie, of Prestonfield, 188. XXIV
Dick, Margt., wife of Andrew Creich of Comiston, 175. XXV
Dick, Mariote, 20. XXXIV
Dick, Mr., 64. XXX
Dick, Mrs., 73, 74. XXX
Dick, Norwegian skiff, 53. XXXIII
Dick, R. and J., of Glasgow, shoemakers, 139, 140. XXX
Dick, Rev. Mr, see Dickson, Rev. William. XXXV
Dick, Robert, Professor of Civil Law, 224. XXXII
Dick, Sir Alex., and Netherbow Port, 14. XXVII
Dick, Sir Alex., of Prestonfield, 55. XXIII
Dick, Sir Alex., of Prestonfield, 99, 119. XXXIII
Dick, Sir Alex., of Prestonfield, commissioner for city improvements, 7 ; and Royal Exchange, 10. XXII
Dick, Sir Alex., third bart. of Prestonfield, 182,
183, 233; contacts with medical and literary life, 187 ; improves the
estate, 187 ; literary friends, 187-8. XXIV
Dick, Sir Alexander, of Prestonfield, 91. XXXIV
Dick, Sir Andrew Lauder, sixth Baron of Fountainhall and Grange, 119. XXXIII
Dick, Sir James, of Prestonfield, Lord Provost of Edinburgh (1678-1681), 137 and n. XXIX
Dick, Sir Jas., of Prestonfield, 32. XXVI
Dick, Sir Jas., of Prestonfield, Lord Provost, relations with Catholic Duke of York, 185-6. XXIV
Dick, Sir John, sixth Bart. of Duddingston, 120. XXXIII
Dick, Sir Robt., seventh Bart. of Duddingston, 99, 120, 122, 127. XXXIII
Dick, Sir William, of Braid, 8. XXXI
Dick, Sir William, owner of Braid, remarkable career, 32, 179. XXVII
Dick, Sir Wm., of Braid, 81. XXII
Dick, Sir Wm., of Prestonlield, 99, 119. XXXIII
Dick, Thomas, engraver, Edinburgh from the neighbourhood of Arthur Seat, 40; National Monument, Calton Hill, Edinburgh, 40. XXX
Dick, William, councillor and veterinary surgeon, 65, 126n. XXXV
Dick, William, Professor of Veterinary Surgery, Royal Highland Society, 183 and n. XXXII
Dick, Wm., biographical details, 38; Councillor, Radical, 38, 4011. XXXIII
Dick, Wm., of Grange, 227 n. XXIV
Dick-Cunyngham, Sir Wm., entertains Prince Charles Edward, 186. XXIV
Dickens, Charles, 74. XXIX
Dickens, Charles, 13, 16, 21, 24, 27, 29, 31, 33, 36, 39, 40, 61, 70, 89, 95-96, 99, 103, 105, 115n, 118n, 132n, 135; and see Household Words, Martin Chuzzlewit and Oliver TwistXXXV
Dickens, Chas., 67, 69, 75. XXXIII
Dickens, Chas., at Millbank, 97. XXIV
Dickeson, John, of Potterrow, 18. XXXII
Dickinson, J. and Co. , watermark of, 93. XXXIV
Dickison, Mrs., 224. XXXII
Dicks of Grange, 186. XXIV
Dicks of Prestonfield, 183. XXV
Dickson (Diksone), Adam, 104. XXIII
Dickson (Diksone), John, bailie of Easter Portsburgh, his property in General’s Entry, 77. XXII
Dickson, Allan, complains against neighbours, 91, 92. XXIII
Dickson and Thin, Messrs., builders, report in 1815 of suitability of Lauriston site for Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 25. XXIX
Dickson, Catherine, 18, 20. XXXIV
Dickson, Christiane, 4. XXXIV
Dickson, Col. William, Lt.-Col., 42nd Regt. (Black Watch), 62. XXX
Dickson, David, joint minister of St. Cuthbert’s, 59, 60. XXIII
Dickson, David, Professor of Divinity, 118 n. XXVII
Dickson, J. M., W.S., 123. XXXIII
Dickson, John, candlemaker, 115. XXV
Dickson, John, teacher of book-keeping, 123. XXXII
Dickson, Mr, clothier, 66, 88, 126n. XXXV
Dickson, Mr., Convener of Education Committee of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 76. XXIX
Dickson, Mrs, 48. XXXV
Dickson, R., architect, designer of new Tron Church steeple erected in 1820s, 179. XXIX
Dickson, R., design in 1815 for proposed buildings on the Mound by, 42-3. XXX
Dickson, Rev. William, Balerno, 36, 120n. XXXV
Dickson, Sir Robert, 106. XXVII
Dickson, W., teacher, 123. XXXII
Dickson, Walter, seed merchant, 114, 163. XXXI
Dickson’s Close, 123, 124, 133, 137, 145. XXXII
Dickson’s Close, 132, 208 n. XXIV
Dickson’s Close, 114 and n. XXIX
Dickson’s Court, Bristo, 73. XXII
Dickson’s Land, Bailie, 172 n. XXIV
Diecasters, 133, 134. XXXIII
Digges, West, actor, 8. XXIV
Diligence, a convoy ship, 94, 95. XXVIII
Din Eidyn, 143. XXXV
din pelydr, 146n. XXXV
Dinas Eidyn, 146n. XXXV
Dingleton, 83. XXXV
Dingwall Castle and Orphan Hospital, 158. XXVII
Dinwiddie, Mr., lecturer, 123. XXXII
Directories, early Edinburgh, 262. XXII
Dirleton Castle, Ruthven lodging in, 40. XXXI
Dirleton, Lady, 86, 122. XXV
Dirom, Major-General, 26, 31. XXIII
Dirom, Miss, 72. XXX
Dishflat, 222. XXIV
Dishflat (Dischflat, Dishingflatt), lands of, 113,
129, 132, 141, 142, 144-6; extent of, and site, 144-5; Bellenden family
and; Governors of Heriot’s Hospital among later owners, 145. XXIII
Dishflatt, 21. XXXIV
Dispensary, Royal Public, 86 ; its foundation, 87. XXII
Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, freedom of city, 70. XXXIII
Disruption, 1843, 35. XXXIII
Disruption, Sir Jas. Forrest and, 114-15. XXVI
Dissenters, 35. XXXIII
Diurnal of Remarkable Occurants, 71. XXXIV
Diurnal of Remarkable Occurrents (cited also as “the Diurnalist”), 150-153, 159n. XXXV
Dix, Dr. John H., 180. XXXII
Dixon, Colonel : see Dickson, Col. William. XXX
Dixon Mr., 72. XXX
Dobbie, Rev. David, Makerstoun, 81, 128n. XXXV
Document, The, anti-trade union declaration, 19, 24. XXXIII
Dodd, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 123. XXXII
Doddington, Northumberland, stone used in restoration of Tower of Merchiston from, 14-15. XXXI
Doddridge, Dr., hymn-writer, 25. XXVI
Dodds, Jas., in Bristo, 61. XXII
Dodin de Dodinestun, 6 and n.; see also Dodin. XXX
Dodin, Duddingston as village of, 1 ; possession of
land in Berwick in twelfth century by, 6 and nn. ; gives name to
Duddingston, 6 ; grant of West Linton Church to Kelso Abbey by, 6 and
n. ; witness to twelfth century benefaction to Kelso Abbey, 6 and n. ;
possession of Treverlen (1153-9) by, 9. XXX
dog cart, 70. XXXV
Dog, James, 122. XXIII
Dog show, 80. XXXIII
Doge’s Palace, Venice, 98. XXXIV
Doig, David, teacher, 123. XXXII
Doig, Elizabeth, 232. XXIV
Doig, Magdalen, and Parkside, 232, 234. XXIV
Doig, Miss, keeper of vegetable stall in Stockbridge Market, 29. XXXIII
Dolby, Charlotte Helen (Mme. Sainton Dolby) 68, 90n. XXXIII
Dolby, Mme. Sainton: see Dolby, Charlotte Helen. XXXIII
Dolphingston, 39. XXV
Don, John, manufacturer, 215. XXIV
Don, Lady, 28, 116 ; lady of ceremonies at ‘George’s Square Assembly,’ Cockburn’s description of, 119-20. XXVI
Don, Sir Alex., 38, 119, 120. XXVI
Don, Sir Alexander, of Newton, 160. XXXI
Donald, Miss, 94. XXX
Donaldson, Alex., bookseller, 83, 87, 88. XXV
Donaldson, Alexander, publisher and bookseller, 129 and n. XXX
Donaldson, Andrew, 124. XXIII
Donaldson, Hay, W.S., Scott’s friend, living in St. John Street, 65-6. XXVIII
Donaldson, James, founder of Donaldson’s Hospital, 88. XXV
Donaldson, James, linen manufacturer, 86, 88. XXV
Donaldson, James, proprietor of Edinburgh Advertiser, hospital for orphan children endowed in 1830 by, 150. XXX
Donaldson, John, 86, 87, 88. XXV
Donaldson, John, member of Chairmakers’ Union, 26. XXXIII
Donaldson, John, painter, 72. XXVII
Donaldson, John, tenant in Bristo, 58. XXII
Donaldson, Mr., teacher of drawing, 123. XXXII
Donaldson’s Hospital, 47. XXXIV
Donaldson’s Hospital, 109, 134n. XXXV
Donaldson’s Hospital, endowment by James Donaldson in 1830 of, 150. XXX
Donnelly, Serjeant, drill-master at Hamilton Place Academy, 181. XXXIII
Don’s Close, Luckenbooths, 147. XXXII
Doo Loan : see Albert Terrace. XXXII
Doocot Park, 194. XXV
Doom Castle, 25. XXVI
Doubleday, Betty, 223. XXII
Doubleday, Prudence, second wife of Wm. Miller, ‘king of the Quakers,’ 221. XXII
Doud, Mr., Charity Workhouse manager, 52-3. XXII
Dougal, John, 2. XXXIV
Dougal, John, 155. XXXV
Dougall, Euphame,wife of James Murdoch, tailor burgess, 120. XXIX
Doughty Deeds, 124. XXVI
Douglas (Dowglas), Francis, of Borg, 104. XXIII
Douglas, Alexander, 21. XXXIV
Douglas and Foulis, booksellers, 131. XXX
Douglas and Watson’s examination, 61, 125n. XXXV
Douglas, Andrew, riding officer, 23. XXV
Douglas, Archd., Duke of, 80. XXV
Douglas, Archd., Duke of, his mansion in Wester Croft of Bristo; career, 69-70; dispones to Wm., Lord Braco, 70. XXII
Douglas, Archd., of Cavers, last heritable Sheriff of Teviotdale, Postmaster General for Scotland, 115. XXVI
Douglas, Archd., 8th Earl of Angus, 174. XXV
Douglas, Archibald, of Kilspindie, 105, 120. XXIII
Douglas Cause, 70. XXII
Douglas Cause, 80. XXV
Douglas Cause : see Douglas Peerage Case. XXXII
Douglas, Christina, 20. XXXIV
Douglas, David, publisher, 79, 83, 85, 94n. XXXIII
Douglas, Earl of, 146n. XXXV
Douglas, Gavin, Bishop of Dunkeld, 240, 245, 246. XXIV
Douglas, George, teacher of mathematics, 123. XXXII
Douglas Hamilton, Basil Wm., Lord Daer: see Daer, Basil Wm. Douglas Hamilton, Lord. XXXIII
Douglas Hamilton, Dunbar, fourth Earl of Selkirk: see Selkirk, Dunbar Douglas Hamilton, fourth Earl of. XXXIII
Douglas Hotel, 77, 90n; dining room, 70; Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108; visit of Prince of Wales’ children, 77. XXXIII
Douglas, Hugh, of Borg, 16. XXXIV
Douglas, J, teacher, 61, 125n. XXXV
Douglas, James, 4. XXXIV
Douglas, James, grandson of Robert, the soap-boiler, 68. XXIII
Douglas, James, of Parkhead, 120. XXIII
Douglas, Jas., 180. XXXIII
Douglas, Jas., twentieth laird of Cavers, 115. XXVI
Douglas, Jas., writer to Privy Seal, 125. XXV
Douglas, Joan, 59. XXIX
Douglas, John, architect, plans bagnio in Carrubber’s Close, 1736, 62. XXXIV
Douglas, John, surgeon, 61; associated with above John, 1736, 62. [CHECK text] XXXIV
Douglas, Katherine, wife of John Scott, writer, 133 and n. XXIX
Douglas, Lady Jane, 70. XXII
Douglas, Lady Jane, 163. XXIV
Douglas, Lady Jane, and Coates, 80, 82, 89; and Chevalier Johnstone, and Peggy Ker, 81. XXV
Douglas, Lady Margt., 123. XXV
Douglas, Major Sholto W., 145. XXVI
Douglas, Margaret, 56, 57. XXIX
Douglas, Mr., 112. XXX
Douglas, Mr William, 21. XXXIV
Douglas, Mrs., of Cavers, 115. XXVI
Douglas, Patrick, secretary to Lord Tweeddale, 68. XXV
Douglas Peerage Case, 147. XXXII
Douglas Peerage Case, wager of Luggy Club members about, 48-9. XXXI
Douglas, performance in Edinburgh in 1804 of, 104. XXX
Douglas, Richard, 168. XXVII
Douglas, Robert, brewer, Canongate, 68. XXIII
Douglas, Robert, elder, and Three Steps, 79. XXIII
Douglas, Robert, soapboiler in Leith, 68. XXIII
Douglas, Robert, younger, 68. XXIII
Douglas, Sir Francis Brown, Lord Provost, advocate, 37. XXXIII
Douglas, Sir James, “of Lothian”, 142. XXXV
Douglas, W. A., 133n. XXX
Douglas, William, of Lochleven, 133. XXIII
Douglas, Wm., advocate, 165. XXII
Douglas, Wm., advocate, 121. XXXIII
Douglases and St. Leonards Chapel, 119-20. XXIII
Douglases of Kelhead, owners of Pilrig House, 165. XXII
Douglases, the, Melrose, 73. XXXV
Douglass, Archd., writer, 120. XXXIII
Doull, Geo., municipal candidate, 1897, 34. XXXIII
Doull, Johm, writer, 125. XXV
Doune, house of, Inverness-shire, 69, 76, 89, 156. XXXI
Doune Terrace, 52. XXXIV
Dove Loan, 38. XXXIV
Dove, sailing dinghy, 53. XXXIII
Dovecot at Braid, 27. XXVII
Dovecot Loan, 195. XXV
Dovecot Villa, Fisherrow, 188. XXV
Dovecotes, antiquarian value, reveal national
predilections, 146-7 ; history of old, 147-50 ; ecclesiastical, 150-3 ;
castle, 154-5 ; baronial, 156-7 ; laws relating to, 157-65 ;
superstitions anent, 166-8 ; architecture, 168-73 ; description of city
and district, 173 ; circular, 177-8; rectangular, 179 ; louvred,
191-192; hexagonal, 192-4; square, 194-6; strange uses for, 200-2 ;
motto for, 203. XXV
Dow Loan: see Dove Loan. XXXIV
Dow Loan (Albert Terrace), 85, 87, 9 111, 112. XXIV
Dowcatt’s Land, Cowgate, 152. XXV
Dowdswell, Richd., Secy. to Commissioners of Excise, 205. XXIV
Dowell, Simon, 155. XXXV
Dowells’ Auction Rooms, 48, 123n. XXXV
Dowell’s Rooms, 44. XXXIII
Dowie, John, his tavern, 147 n. XXIII
Dowie, Robert, teacher, 123. XXXII
Downie, J. C., pamphlet attacking proposed railway extensions published by, 177. XXXI
Doyle, Chas. A., 147. XXVI
Dragoon Guards : see King’s Dragoon Guards. XXXII
Drapers, 37. XXXIII
Drapers’ Early Closing Association, 141. XXX
draughts, board for, 31; game of, 32-33. XXXV
Draw-boy, employment on shawl looms of, 58. XXXI
Drawing Academy, 83, 84. XXVII
Drawing Academy at Picardy, 33. XXV
Drawing, art of, in industry, 67. XXVII
Drawingroom, 1822, 122-6, 159, 164. XXXI
Draw-looms, use in weaving shawls of, 55, 57. XXXI
Draydon, see Dryden. XXXV
Dreghorn, 86. XXXIV
Dreghorn Castle, ice house at, 148. XXVIII
Dreghorn, John Maclaurin, Lord, 225. XXXII
Dreghorn Mill, 115. XXIII
Drum estate bought by Gilbert Innes of Stow, 110. XXVI
Drum House, 40. XXXI
Drum House, Gilmerton, parts of 1617 Cross of Edinburgh erected in garden, 150, 151, 152, 55n. XXXIII
Drum House, ice house at, 143. XXVIII
Drum Pillar, part of 1617 Cross of Edinburgh, 150, 151, 152,153, 155n. XXXIII
Drum, The, dovecote at, 170, 194-5. XXV
Drum, The, Gilmerton, 75, 102, 107. XXX
Drumdryan, 38. XXXIV
Drumdryan House, 25. XXIX
Drumdryan House, built c. 1735, 191-2. XXXII
Drumdryan House, built in 1774, 192. XXXII
Drumdryan, lands of, 189, 190. XXXII
Drumlanrig Castle, comparison with Heriot’s Hospital of, 38-9, 41. XXXI
Drummelzier, laird of, 96, 124. XXV
Drummond, Adam, of Binnend, and Drumsheugh, 74, 75 and n., 76, 77. XXV
Drummond, Alexander, teacher of French, 123. XXXII
Drummond Castle, sundial at, 98. XXVII
Drummond Cottage, see Melrose. XXXV
Drummond, David, archer, 123 and n., 146, 149. XXVII
Drummond, David Graham, fifth Earl of Airlie: see Airlie, David Graham Drummond, fifth Earl of. XXXIII
Drummond, Edward, teacher of French, 124. XXXII
Drummond, Elizabeth, daughter of Binnend, and wife of Jas. Stuart (or Stewart), Lord Provost, 74-5. XXV
Drummond, Gavin, teacher, 124. XXXII
Drummond, Geo., keeper of tolbooth, 119. XXV
Drummond, Geo., Lord Provost, 173. XXIV
Drummond, Geo., of Milnab (1685), Lord Provost, 61. XXII
Drummond, Geo., six times Lord Provost, plans public
works, 2, 6 ; and Royal Exchange, 5, 8, 9, 12, 15, 20; assists in
drafting bill for extension of royalty, 27 ; his vision of New Town,
175 ; launches scheme for city extension, 176 ; lays foundation stone
of North Bridge, 192 ; and repair of North Bridge, 198. XXII
Drummond, George, Lord Provost, 26, 30. XXX
Drummond, George, Lord Provost, 37 and n., 70, 71, 80, 81-2, 98, 100. XXXII
Drummond, George, of Blair, 122. XXIX
Drummond, George, six times Lord Provost, 6, 7 ; and
extension of royalty, 1 ; supports removal of Botanic Garden to Leith
Walk, 55 ; and North Bridge, 147-8, 153. XXIII
Drummond, George, six times Lord Provost, 1 ;
personality, 1-2; modern Edinburgh his monument, 2 ; Accountant-General
of Excise, 3 ; lights municipal corruption, thwarts first Jacobite
rebellion, 4 ; ‘father’ of Infirmary, bust of, 6; Medical Faculty,
Principal Sir A. Grant and, 7 ; services to University, 7 ; and malt
tax, 8; Hanoverian, 8; trial of John Porteous, 9; raises company of
volunteers, at Prestonpans, thanks George II, 10; and Duke of
Cumberland, 11 ; visualises New Town, 11-12 ; plea for city
improvements, 12; lays foundation stones of Royal Exchange and North
Bridge, 13; opposed, 14; letter to Oswald of Dunnikier, 15-16; Preses
of Convention of Royal Burghs, 16; copes with food shortage, death, 17
; Deputy – Governor of Musical Society, 23. XXVII
Drummond, James, drawings of Tower of Merchiston by, 32. XXXI
Drummond, James Macgregor : see Macgregor alias Drummond, James. XXXII
Drummond, James, of Perth, 224. XXXII
Drummond, James, Professor of Anatomy and Botany, Belfast Royal Institution, 179. XXXII
Drummond, Jas., 83, 86, 88, 94n, 142; design of
unicorn finial on Cross of Edinburgh, 1885, 154; engraving on 1860
Cross of Edinburgh, 153; Merchiston Tower drawings, 2, 6; paper on 1617
Cross of Edinburgh, 151, 155n. XXXIII
Drummond, Jas., of Blair Drummond, 104. XXVI
Drummond, John, 22. XXXIV
Drummond, John, Leith Wynd, 70. XXVII
Drummond, John, master wright, 122, 123. XXIII
Drummond, John, of London, 5. XXV
Drummond, John, of Megginch, 74. XXV
Drummond, John, teacher of book-keeping, 124. XXXII
Drummond, John, teacher of English, 124. XXXII
Drummond, Katharine, teacher, 124. XXXII
Drummond Lodge, 15, 17. XXVII
Drummond, Mrs., teacher of English, 124. XXXII
Drummond of Blair, 6. XXV
Drummond, Peter, weaver, 27. XXV
Drummond Place, completion in 1823 of, 146. XXIX
Drummond, Sibilla, 123. XXIII
Drummond, Sir George, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, provision in 1673 of bell for Tron Church by, 109. XXIX
Drummond, Sir J. C., and Wilbraham, A., The Englishman’s Food, 120 and n. ; A History of Five Centuries of English Diet, 122 and n. XXX
Drummond Street, 212, 214. XXII
Drummond Street, 66 ; Infirmary in, 6. XXVII
Drummond Street, 28, 131. XXXII
Drummond Street, building in 1823 in, 145 ; proposals
in early nineteenth century for a road through King’s Park eastwards
from, 147, 148 and n., 149, 159, 165, 167. XXIX
Drummond Street, 91n. XXXIII
Drummond, William, of Smythiston, 69. XXXIV
Drummond, Wm., of Hawthornden, 203. XXII
Drummond, Wm., of Hawthornden, his History of Scotland (quoted), 119. XXIV
Drummond’s Land, Blackfriars’ Wynd, 154. XXXII
Drummore House, sundial at, 98, 100. XXVII
Drummore, Lord. See Dalrymple, Hew. XXII
Drumpellier, 146n. XXXV
Drumselch Forest, 139. XXIII
Drumselch Forest, 194. XXXII
Drumselch, forest of, 70. XXIV
Drumsheugh, 44, 45 ; four mansions bearing the name,
district in eighteenth century, 71-2 ; area in barony of Broughton,
divided into two main estates, 72 ; various owners, 73-4 ; stone
quarries at; Lord Moray’s mansion demolished, estate feued, 75 ;
Stanfield’s engraving of, 76 and n. ; mansions of first Lord President
Dundas and Lord Alva in, 78 ; houses named, on Coates estate, 79 ;
feued, 85 ; linen factory at, 86, 87, 88. See also Meldrumsheugh. XXV
Drumsheugh, 37, 46. XXXIV
Drumsheugh (?Place), 52. XXXIV
Drumsheugh House, Alva Street, acquired by Charles Erskine, Lord Tinwald, 85 ; house demolished and grounds feued, 87. XXV
Drumsheugh Toll, 166. XXX
Drury, Sir William, 5 and n., 6 and n., 24. XXXI
Dryburgh, 72, 79. XXXV
Dryburgh Abbey, 5. XXX
Dryburgh Abbey, 79-80, 86, 129n. XXXV
Dryburne, Janet, 58. XXII
Dryden, 89, 130n. XXXV
Dryden, Adam, teacher, 124. XXXII
Dryden, lands of, Lasswade, 80. XXII
Dryden’s Hind and the Panther, 114. XXVII
Drygrange estate, 67. XXVI
Drylaw, 96. XXIX
Drylaw House, 34; dovecote at, 185-6. XXV
Drylaw House, described, 175-6 ; owned by Forresters
of Corstorphine, 178 ; purchased by Loch family, sold to Wm. Ramsay of
Barnton, 180. XXVII
Drylaw, sundials at, 101, 102. XXVII
Drysdale, Andrew, 70. XXVII
Drysdale, David, son of Wm. Drysdale, 148n. XXXIII
Drysdale, Mr., teacher, 124. XXXII
Drysdale, William, W.S., 176. XXIX
Drysdale, Wm., merchant in Leith, 148n. XXXIII
Du Croc, sieur Philibert, French Ambassador, 150, 152, 158. XXXV
Du Maurier, Geo., 104. XXXIII
du Puiset, Hugh, Bishop of Durham, 146n. XXXV
Duane, William, nephew of Benjamin Franklin, 46. XXVIII
Dublin, George IV’s visit in 1821 to, 100, 161. XXXI
Dublin Revolt, 1916, 34. XXXIII
Dublin Street, 107. XXX
Dublin Street, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Duc d’Estisac, privateer, 99. XXVIII
Duddingston, 65, 66, 67, 74 ; lands of, part of
patrimony of Kelso Abbey, 108 ; church at, 101, 110; lawsuit anent mill
at, 101-9 ; Duke of Lauderdale acquires Thomson estates at, 108 ;
Easter, 102, 103, 105, 107, 108 ; Wester, 102, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108
; David Murray of Balvaird infeft in half the lands of Wester,
109. XXIII
Duddingston, 136. XXV
Duddingston, 165. XXIX
Duddingston, 66, 75, 79, 80; Frazer’s Hotel, 108, XXXIII
Duddingston, 80, 84, 89, 90; population table, 89. XXXIV
Duddingston, barony of, possession by Kelso Abbey from early thirteenth to sixteenth century of, 6-7 and n. XXX
Duddingston, church of, 9; inclusion in lists of
Lothian parish churches, 1274-6 and 1290, of, 5 and nn., 6;
identification with church of Treverlen of, 5 and nn., 6. XXX
Duddingston Curling Club, 107, 116; life saving equipment, 111. XXXIII
Duddingston, Easter, possession by Kelso Abbey from early thirteenth to sixteenth century of, 6-7 and nn. XXX
Duddingston House, 189. XXIX
Duddingston Loch, 57. XXIV
Duddingston Loch, 180 ; proposed purchase in 1823 for reservoir of, 149. XXIX
Duddingston Loch, 97, 102, 109, 112, 115, 116, 117;
bird sanctuary, 117; Edinburgh Skating Club rendezvous, 96; police
boathouse, 113, 136n; safety of skaters, 111. XXXIII
Duddingston Loch, 38. XXXIV
Duddingston Loch, 4, 103. XXXV
Duddingston Mill, 165. XXIX
Duddingston Mill, 109. XXXIV
Duddingston Mill, 90, 130n, 136. XXXV
Duddingston, parish school of, 110. XXXII
Duddingston, village of, 8. XXX
Duddingston, Wester, possession by Kelso Abbey from early thirteenth to sixteenth century of, 7 and n. XXX
Duddingtson, 5n; identification of Treverlen as, 1-9;
association of Camerun with, 7 ; St. Anthony’s Chapel in barony and
parish of, 7-8 ; see also Dodin de Dodinestun; Hugh of Duddingston ;
Richard of Duddingston. XXX
Dudgeon, John of Almondhill, brother-in-law of Eliza Aitken, 62. XXXIII
Dudgeon, Mrs M.: see Stodart, Margt. XXXIII
Dudgeon of Sciennes, 70. XXVII
Duff, Alex., of Hatton, 62. XXVI
Duff, Col. Robt. Wm., of Fetteresso, 63. XXVI
Duff, Lady Anne, daughter of Wm., first Earl of Fife, 61, 63. XXVI
Duff, Lauchlan : see Gordon, Lauchlan Duff, of Park, W.S. XXXII
Duff, Mrs., 72. XXX
Duff, Mrs., 224. XXXII
Duff, Sir Alexander, Colonel, 34. XXX
Duff, Thos. Abercromby, of Haddo, 63, 143. XXVI
Duff,.Lauchlan, 46. XXXI
Dufresne, Monsieur, teacher of French, 124. XXXII
Duguid, Mr., teacher of Italian, 124. XXXII
Duke Street, 107. XXX
Duke Street, 125; No. 10, 71. XXXIII
Duke Street, 42. XXXIV
Duke’s Bagnio, London, 63. XXXIV
Duke’s Walk, 25, 37. XXIV
Dumbarton Castle, a convoy ship, 77-8. XXVIII
Dumbiedykes, 82. XXII
Dumbiedykes Road, 75. XXVIII
Dumfies 50. XXXIV
Dumfies, Anne, Countess of, 92. XXXIV
Dumfries Academy, 119. XXXII
Dumfries, Commissary of, 132n. XXIX
Dumfries, Patrick, Earl of, 72. XXIII
Dumfries, Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Branch of, 20, 22. XXXIII
Dun, Dr. John, 46. XXXI
Dun, John, 20. XXXIV
Dunbar, 161. XXIX
Dunbar, 139. XXXIII
Dunbar, 142, 152. XXXV
Dunbar, Alexander, brewer, 130 and n. XXIX
Dunbar, Archd., 46. XXIV
Dunbar, Archd., W.S., 153, 157. XXVI
Dunbar battle of, 107. XXIX
Dunbar, Captain Sir James, of Boath, R.N , 126, 164. XXXI
Dunbar, convoy for trade with, 81. XXVIII
Dunbar, George Home, Earl of, property on Castlehill of, 20 and n. XXX
Dunbar, James, merchant, 130 and n. XXIX
Dunbar, John G., interpretation of building at Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Dunbar, Lady, 164. XXXI
Dunbar, Mr., teacher of Church music, 124. XXXII
Dunbar, Mrs., teacher, 124. XXXII
Dunbar, Sir David, of Baldoon, 38. XXVI
Dunbar, Sir Geo., of Mochrum, 120. XXXIII
Dunbar’s Close, 148. XXXII
Duncan, A. R., advocate, 123. XXXIII
Duncan, Admiral, 9, 52, 135 ; and George Square riot,
8; hero of Camperdown, 11-14 ; trophies at his house, 14 ; buys house
in George Square, 42 ; popularity, 42-3 ; friend and neighbour of
Admiral Inglis, 53. XXVI
Duncan, Alex., depute town clerk, 195. XXII
Duncan, Alex., depute town-clerk, 7. XXIII
Duncan and Ogilvie, chemists, 132. XXX
Duncan, Andrew, 19, 63. XXIV
Duncan, Andrew, glazier, 135. XXIX
Duncan, Dr. Andrew, and Morningside Asylum, 47 ; a founder of Royal Public Dispensary, 87. XXII
Duncan, Dr. Andrew, professor of Medical Jurisprudence, 26, 144. XXIX
Duncan, Dr. Andrew, the elder, 90 and n., 91 ; annexe to dispensary in St. Leonards, 226. XXIV
Duncan, Dr Matthews, 85, 92n. XXXIII
Duncan Flockhart & Co., chemists, 132 and n. XXX
Duncan II, 2, 3. XXX
Duncan, John, bailie, 110. XXV
Duncan, John, merchant, 131 and n. XXIX
Duncan, John, teacher, 124. XXXII
Duncan, Lady, 14 ; hospitality, ‘the best woman in the world,’ 43. XXVI
Duncan, Lord: see Camperdown, Robert Duncan, lst Earl of. XXXI
Duncan, Miss, 51, 72, 124n. XXXV
Duncan, Miss, mistress in 1779 in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 40. XXIX
Duncan, Miss, mistress in 1822 in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Duncan, Mrs, 8, 24. XXXV
Duncan of Camperdown, Admiral Viscount, 163, 167. XXXI
Duncan, Rev. Henry, Ruthwell, 108, 133n. XXXV
Duncan Street, 175, 178, 179 ; barrier-gate at, 156. XXIV
Duncan Street, 20, 97, 117n. XXXV
Duncan, Thomas, master of School of Design, 87, 88, 89. XXVII
Duncan, Thos., R.S.A., paints portrait of Dr. Jas. Boyd, 100. XXVI
Duncan, William, S.S.C., 51, 72, 78, 80, 92-93, 104, 124n, 131n, 135-136. XXXV
Duncan’s, Thomas, shoemakers, 139 and n. XXX
Dundas, Alex., physician, 96, 118. XXV
Dundas Castle, ice house at, 138-40. XXVIII
Dundas, Dorothea, of Dundas, wife of Geo. Brown of Lindsaylands, 83. XXVI
Dundas, first Lord President, resides at Drumsheugh, 77, 80. XXV
Dundas, Gabriel Hamilton, of Duddingston, 122. XXXIII
Dundas, Geo., Lord Provost, 66, 89n. XXXIII
Dundas, Henry, 41, 42, 54, 95 ; opposition to reform, 8; death of, 126, 129. XXVI
Dundas House (St. Andrew Square), converted into Excise Office ; sold to Royal Bank, 28. XXII
Dundas, John, goods seized in 1591 for debts of, 175. XXXI
Dundas, John, of Newliston, 134. XXIII
Dundas, John, W.S., 119. XXXIII
Dundas, Lord, son of Sir Laurence, 28. XXII
Dundas, Lt.-Col. Francis, attempts to quell disturbance, 8. XXVI
Dundas, M. I., Dundas of Fingask, 125-6 and n. XXX
Dundas, Mary, 198. XXII
Dundas of Dundas, Barbara and Elizabeth, 155. XXVI
Dundas, Robert Adam, candidature and election as M.P. for Edinburgh in 1831 of, 153-4. XXX
Dundas, Robert, Major, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 162, 163, 168. XXXII
Dundas, Robert, of Arniston, 29. XXII
Dundas, Robt., of Arniston, 76. XXIII
Dundas, Robt., of Arniston, 8, 42, 113; Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Cockburn’s estimate, house attacked by mob, 128. XXVI
Dundas, Robt., of Harviston, 123. XXV
Dundas, Robt., of Manor, 46. XXVI
Dundas, Robt., the Elder, Lord President, 42. XXVI
Dundas, Robt., yr., of Arniston, 127. XXVI
Dundas, Sir Laurence, 13, 22, 23, 24; sues for breach of building contract, 20 ; his house in St. Andrew Square, 21. XXIII
Dundas, Sir Laurence, appropriates land in St Andrew Square, 37, 40. XXXIV
Dundas, Sir Laurence, Bart., of Kerse, builds mansion in St. Andrew Square, 28. XXII
Dundas, Sir Lawrence, 126. XXX
Dundas Street, 99. XXXIV
Dundas, Thomas, bailie, 22-3. XXIII
Dundas, Thomas, of Fingask, 126 and n. XXX
Dundas, William, advocate, 128. XXIX
Dundee, 162. XXXV
Dundee, convoy for trade with, 81, 85ff. XXVIII
Dundee Grammar School, 155. XXXII
Dundee, Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Branch, 20; chartists, 32. XXXIII
Dundee Street, 114. XXXIV
Dundrenan, Thomas Maitland, Lord, 14, 115n. XXXV
Dundrennan, Lord. See Maitland, Adam. XXVI
Dunedene, 146n. XXXV
Dunfermline, 2. XXX
Dunfermline Abbey, 144. XXXV
Dunfermline, Earl of, builder of Pinkie House, 189. XXV
Dunfermline, James Abercromby, Lord, 177. XXIX
Dunfermline, Jas. Abercromby, Lord, 23, 70, 90n. XXXIII
Dunfermline, Jas., Lord, 48. XXVI
Dunfermline, Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Branch of, 20. XXXIII
Dunglass, 68. XXVI
Duning, Alexander, teacher, 124. XXXII
Dunkeld, 170. XXIX
Dunkeld, bishop of : see Rollock, Peter. XXIX
Dunkeld, lodging of ‘Auld Bishop’ of, 151. XXXV
Dunkirk, privateering ships from, 99ff. XXVIII
Dunlop, A. I., Bagimond’s Roll, 5n. ; Calendar of Scottish Supplications to Rome, 7 and n. XXX
Dunlop, Alison H., her Book of Old Edinburgh, 127. XXV
Dunlop, George, VV.S., 125, 152, 162, 164. XXXI
Dunlop, George, W.S., 166. XXXII
Dunlop, John C., bailie, acquires Skene’s drawings, 127. XXV
Dunlop, Mercer, 127. XXV
Dunlop, Mrs. Isobel, 103, 152, 162. XXXI
Dunlop, Rev. Johm Chas., 147. XXVI
Dunlop, Robert, merchant of Glasgow, 158. XXXI
Dunlop, Robt., his ‘lyme-hoillis’ in Bristo, 59. XXII
Dunlop, William, 139. XXVII
Dunmore, Earl of, 42. XXIII
Dunn, James, teacher of dancing in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 87, 92. XXIX
Dunn, Mrs, junior, Melrose, 84. XXXV
Dunn, Mrs, Melrose, 69, 71-74, 76, 79, 80, 86-87, 127n, 135. XXXV
Dunn, Thomas, writer and bank agent, Melrose, 71-74, 77, 80-81, 85-87, 109, 127n, 135. XXXV
Dunne, Chas., English surgeon, 140, 142n. XXXIII
Dunoon, 15. XXXV
Dunpelder, 143, 146n. XXXV
Dunrod, barony of, 1. XXXIV
Duns, barony of, 127. XXVII
Dunsapie Loch, 75, 116. XXXIII
Dunsapie Loch, 103. XXXV
Dunsmure, John, teacher, 124. XXXII
Dupyne, Nicholas, paper maker, 61, 66, 67 ; floats Scots Paper Co., 62, 63 ; mill at Braid, 64-5. XXV
Durenne, A., designer of Ross Fountain, 90n. XXXIII
Durham, 141-142, 145n. XXXV
Durham, Admiral Sir Philip Calderwood, 60. XXVI
Durham, Bishop and Prior of, 147n. XXXV
Durham, Bishop of, 96, 131n. XXXV
Durham Cathedral, 137. XXXIII
Durham Cathedral, priory of, 2. XXX
Durham, Jas., of Largo, marries Anne Calderwood of Polton, claims title of Lord Rutherford, 60. XXVI
Durie family, 38. XXV
Durie, Janet, wife of Adam Garden of Greenhill, 77. XXIV
Durie’s Close, 125-6. XXIX
Durrant, Dr Jean, of London, 27. XXXIII
Durward, Joseph, clockmaker, 129. XXX
Dwn, Thomas, 124, 125. XXIII
Dyce, …, historical painter, 87. XXVII
Dyce, William, teacher, 125. XXXII
Dyers, 53. XXXIII
Dyme, Alexander, 23. XXV
Dymock, Jas. R., wine merchant, 157. XXVI
Dymock, Wm., W.S., associated with evangelism of brothers Haldane, 64-5. XXVI

E

Eadie, Rev. Dr John, Glasgow, 26, 118n. XXXV
Eales, Richard, teacher of Church music, 125. XXXII
Earl Grey Street, 189, 190. XXXII
Earl Grey Street, 47. XXXIV
Earl Henry : see Huntingdon, Henry, Earl of. XXX
Early Scottish Charters, 2n., 3 and n., 6n. XXX
Early views and Maps of Edinburgh, 10n. XXX
East Church : see St. Giles, Little, East or High Church of. XXIX
East Claremont Street, 29, 30. XXXIII
East Granton, 8. XXXIV
East House, Morningside, 91. XXIV
East India Company, 134. XXX
East London Street, 99. XXXIV
East Lothian, 5. XXX
East Lothian, 1. XXXIV
East Lothian, 142-143, 147n. XXXV
East Morningside House, 85. XXXIV
East Morningside, lands of, 201, 202. XXXII
East Morningside, mansionhouse of, 202. XXXII
East Old Docks: see Leith, East Old Docks. XXXIII
East Park. See Wheatield. XXII
East Preston Street, 114. XXXIV
East Register Street, 115. XXXII
East, Rev. Timothy, Birmingham, 96, 131n. XXXV
East Road, 37. XXIV
East Trinity Road, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159, 162. XXXIII
East Trinity Road Tunnel, construction similar to
Rodney Street Tunnel, 162; entrance similar to Lennox Row Bridge faces,
162. XXXIII
East Warriston, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
east ways, 114-115; roup of customs of (table), 116. XXXIV
Easter Breirflat, 8. XXXIV
Easter Morningside, 82, 83, 88, 111 ; successive
proprietors, mansion, 80, 81 ; Susan Ferrier, novelist, 81 ; later
associations, Napoleon tree, 82. XXIV
Easter Muir, 157. XXIV
Easter, observation in Edinburgh of, 27, 138. XXXV
Easter Rising, 1916, 34. XXXIII
Easter Road, 123. XXIII
Easter Road, 24. XXXV
Easterhaughs, 8. XXXIV
Easterhill of Braid, 32. XXVII
Easton, Adam, Overhall Farm, nr. Hawick, 43, 112n, 128n. XXXV
Easton, Andrew, Todrig Farm, nr. Hawick, 43, 111, 112n, XXXV
Easton, Dr 123. XXXIII
Easton, Elizabeth, 155. XXXV
Easton, Miss, dressmaker, 3, 9, 12, 19, 35, 42-44, 47, 49, 52-54, 57, 59, 79, 97, 102, 106-107, 112n, 135. XXXV
Easton, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 19, 29, 35, 42, 97, 102, 105-106, 135. XXXV
Easton, Mr, Melrose, 69. XXXV
Eaves-Walton, Mrs Patricia M., archivist at the Royal Infirmary, 148. XXXIII
Ebhardt, Bodo, Professor, publisher of drawing of Edinburgh Castle, 10, 12n. XXXIII
Ebsworth, Joseph, teacher of vocal music in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 87. XXIX
Eccles, Berwickshire, 144. XXXV
Eccles, Martin, M.D., suspected by mob of body-snatching, 48-9. XXVI
Eccles, Stirlingshire, 144. XXXV
Eccles, Wm., physician, 118. XXV
Ecclesiastical architecture of Scotland, 29. XXXIII
Echobank, 160, 179, 188-9. XXIV
Echobank, 80-81, 83. XXXIV
Economic conditions, 82; in 1905, 47-48. XXXIII
Eden, 94. XXIV
Edenbroughe Park, 1. XXXII
Edenesburc Sira, see Edinburgh Shire. XXXV
Edenesburg, 146n. XXXV
Edgar, 2. XXX
Edgar, …, pewterer, 157. XXVII
Edgar, King, 147n. XXXV
Edgar, Mrs Harding: see Murray, Bethia Keith (Mrs Harding Edgar). XXXIII
Edgar, Patrick, of Peffermill, 54. XXV
Edgar, Paul Harding, 124. XXXIII
Edgar, William, Plan of Edinburgh, 1742, 21. XXX
Edgar’s map of Edinburgh (1753), 155. XXXV
Edgar’s plan of Edinburgh (1742), 148, 149, 151, 154. XXIII
Edgebuckling Brae, 29. XXXIV
Edgefield, ‘Coll.’ Pringle, 120. XXXIII
Edgerley, Rev. Mr and Mrs, missionaries, Calabar, 101, 132n. XXXV
Edgeworth, Maria, authoress, 90. XXX
Edgeworth, Maria, her novel Lame Jervas, 118. XXVI
Edinbellie-Napier, barony of, 4 and n. XXXI
Edinburgh: see Roads. XXXIV
Edinburgh, 30, 62, 146 and n., 148 and n. ;
contributions to tax of 1635 by craftsmen of, 95-6 ; reorganisation in
1641 of parishes of, 98, 99 ; pew rents of south and east parishes of,
107; plague in 1640s in, 105; notes on rebuilding in late seventeenth
century in, 111-42 ; danger of thatched roofs and timber-fronted houses
in late seventeenth century in, 111-12 and nn.; building in late
seventeenth century of pavements in, 111 ; public lighting in late
seventeenth century in streets of, 111 ; introduction in 1675 of water
supply to, 111; measures taken for building of stone houses in late
seventeenth century in, 112-13 and nn., 137-42; fires in late
seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries in, 112, 114-15, 116-17,
118, 120, 126, 138-9 ; representation on governing body of Merchant
Maiden Hospital of ministers of, 7, 50-1 ; extracts from journal
(1823-1833) by citizen of, 143-84 ; building in 1820s in, 143 and n.,
144-6, 149, 150-1, 153-4, 158, 160-1, 162-8, 169-70, 171-2, 173, 174,
175-9, 180-1, 182; schemes in 1820s for improvements in, 143, 147,
154-7, 159-60, 165, 169, 174, 175-6, 177, 181 ; proposal in 1823 to use
Duddingston Loch as reservoir for southern part of, 149; operation of
Penny Post in, 149 and n.; fires in 1820s in, 151, 155 and n., 157,
158, 161, 167; building in 1820s of railway between Dalkeith and, 154,
173, 180 ; musical festivals of early nineteenth century in, 157 and n.
; use of gas lighting in new town of, 159; proposal in 1825 for
erection of new infirmary on north side of, 161 ; alterations in 1825
in times of mail coaches between London and, 161-2; building in 1825 of
road between Portobello, Musselburgh and southern part of, 165 ;
extension in 1820s to north and west of, 166 ; comparison of
distribution of population in early eighteenth and early nineteenth
centuries in, 166-7 ; controversy in 1826 about additional water supply
for, 169 and n. ; municipal bill of 1827 concerning separation of Leith
and, 177 and n. XXIX
Edinburgh, 2, 7 and n., 8, 143, 147, 148; unrealised
building projects in, 36-59; shops in eighteenth and nineteenth
centuries in, 119-41 ; extracts from journal (1829-33) by citizen of,
142-59 ; plans in 1829-30 for building of railway between Glasgow and,
146, 149, 150; proposal in 1832 to run a kind of stage coach on the
railway between Dalkeith and, 156 ; building in early nineteenth
century in, 93, 144, 147, 154-5 ; fashion in early nineteenth century
in, 92, 105-106, 109 ; improvements in 1829-30 in, 144, 147, 151, 152-3
; election rioting in 1831 in, 154 ; discussion in 1832 of ways of
celebrating the passage of the Reform Act in, 156 ; proposal in 1833 to
appoint Parliamentary Commission to take charge of city finances, 157 ;
controversial relations between Leith and, 158. XXX
Edinburgh : damage done by the English in 1545, 55-6 ;
Provost of, appointed Admiral in charge of convoys, 80; ice houses in
and around, 119-44; former ones, 146-50 ; Sir William Fettes elected
provost, 157, 158 ; repair of statue of Charles II, 171-9 ; remarks on
its society in 1768, 189-90 ; description of, in 1797, by a French
officer, 191-5 ; criticism of the law courts, 192 ; filthy state of
High Street, 192 ; its ‘carriages,’ and the theatre, 192 ; balls and
assemblies, 193 ; Catholic chapels, 193 ; its strict observance of
Sunday, 193-4 ; comments on the Hospital or Infirmary, 194-5 ; its
Walls and Ports (lecture), App. p. 10; Old Libraries (lecture), App. p.
10 ; People of Eighteenth Century (lecture), App. p. 10. XXVIII
Edinburgh Academy, 26; building in 1823 of, 145 ; opening of, 151 ; possible rivalry between new High School and, 153. XXIX
Edinburgh Academy, 207. XXXII
Edinburgh Academy, 29, 124n. XXXIII
Edinburgh Advertiser, 28, 52, 155. XXII
Edinburgh Advertiser, 248, 249, 250. XXIV
Edinburgh Advertiser, 188. XXV
Edinburgh Advertiser, 20. XXVI
Edinburgh Advertiser, 48, 60. XXVII
Edinburgh Advertiser, 17, 150. XXX
Edinburgh Advertiser, 108. XXXIII
Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway Co., 233. XXIV
Edinburgh and Leith Building Company, right of way withdrawn, 73. XXVIII
Edinburgh and Northern Railway Company, amalgamation
with the Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway in 1849, 160, 164n; see
also Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee Railway Company; Edinburgh, Leith and
Newhaven Railway Company; Edinburgh, Leith and Granton Railway Company;
North British Railway Company. XXXIII
Edinburgh, and see Din Eidyn; Eidyn, fortress of; Giudi; Iudeu and Oppidum EdenXXXV
Edinburgh Architectural Association, 51. XXX
Edinburgh, arms of city, 9; boundaries, 137; burgess
and guild brothers, 165, 166, 172, 174n; burgess of city, Jas. Latto,
148; churches, patronage of, 35; cholera epidemic, 1836, 36, 68;
cholera hospital, 68; city improvement scheme, 1867, 36; environment,
letter on, 1849, 34; fisheries exhibition, 51; freedom of the city John
Bright, 74, Benjamin Disraeli, 70, Chas. Grey, 24, 25, Chas. Stewart
Parnell, 35; guildry, 39; incorporations and trades, 39; medical
ofiicer of health appointed, 1862, 36; municipal electricity supply,
36; gas supply, 36; water company and board, 34, 36, 38, 39, 40n;
municipal politics in Victorian Edinburgh, 31-41; planning of New Town,
36; police and fire brigade, 39; presbytery, 61; public baths and
washhouses, 39; public transport, 36-37, 38, 40n, 159-164; railways,
159-164; typhus epidemic, 1832, 36; wards, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40n;
ward meetings, 31. XXXIII
Edinburgh Association for the University Education of Women, 93n. XXXIII
Edinburgh, bailies of, sentence in 1738 by, 187-8. XXIX
Edinburgh Bank, proposal in 1824 for foundation of, 149. XXIX
Edinburgh, Baths and Bagnios in, 57-67; City
Improvement Trustees, 95; fires in, 31-33, 46; the “Golden Charter”,
28-29; information from maps and plans of, 31, 40-43, 46, 48, 50;
Police, 42-43, 46, 52; population of, 28, 44; relationship with Leith,
23, 25, 28-29, 33-35, 40; walls of, 23-26, 29, 31, 34-36, 47, 50; water
supply, 33, 35, 48-49; relations with University, 95-96. XXXIV
Edinburgh Bellhouse, foundation of, 1386, 23. XXXIV
Edinburgh, bishop of : see Paterson, John. XXIX
Edinburgh, bishopric of, Charles I’s creation of, 94. XXIX
Edinburgh, boundaries of, 23-25, 28-29, 33-34, 37-38,
40, 42-45, 53-54; communications, 36-37; bridges, 39-41 , 49, 50;
canals, 48; railways, 48, 50-51; roads, 37, 40-42, 45, 47, 49, 50,
52-53; development of by charters and purchase from the Crown, 23-25,
28-30, 33, 37-38; Improvement Acts, aims and results, 34-36, 39-46,
49-51, 53; attitudes to the architectural appearance of, 30-33, 36, 39,
43, 46-47, 49, 51-53; the town council and building, 24, 26-27, 34, 38,
40-41, 45, 53; financing of new buildings and improvements, 34-36, 39,
42-45, 49. XXXIV
Edinburgh, Bridewell of, 91. XXXV
Edinburgh Cabinet and Chair Makers’ Political Union: see Political Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers’ in Edinburgh. XXXIII
Edinburgh Cabinet and Chair Makers Trade Union: see Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Edinburgh Branch. XXXIII
Edinburgh Castle, 41 ; Twelve Etchings of, 144. XXV
Edinburgh Castle, 8, 19, 22-3, 44, 55, 56, 57 ;
excavations in 1830 on south bank of, 147 ; proposal by David Rhind in
1854 for rebuilding Trinity College Church in, 49 ; responsibility
assumed in 1861 by James Ritchie and Son for operation of one o’clock
gun in, 129. XXX
Edinburgh Castle, 79; capture by Oliver Cromwell, 12;
Constable’s Tower, 10; Crown Square, 11; drawings, of, 10-12; Half-moon
Battery, 11; King’s Lodging, 12, 12n; Morton’s Gateway, 11 ; Palace
block, 11; possible representation of town in drawings of, 10-12; Spur
Battery, 11, 12, 12n; pls. facing pages, 5, 12, 13. XXXIII
Edinburgh Castle, 23-26, 34, 42, 49. XXXIV
Edinburgh Castle, 1, 5 and n., 168; extracts (1751-3)
from letter-book of Lieutenant-Governor of, 57-105 ; eighteenth-century
disputes about the position as sanctuary of, 57-62; disputed exemption
in eighteenth century from Edinburgh beer-tax of, 62-7 ; office of
sutler in 1752 at, 65, 66; accommodation in 1752-3 of sutler of, 69,
72, 79, 91 ; provision in 1752-3 of heating and lighting for garrison
of, 65, 66, 90-1, 99 ; state in 1752 of garrison of, 67-8 ; repair,
maintenance and building work in 1752-3 at, 69-72, 79, 91, 96, 97, 99,
104, 106 and n. ; creation in 1752-3 of esplanade at, 70, 71-2, 76,
80-2, 87,91, 95, 98 ; use in 1752 for the troops engaged on road-making
in the Highlands as winter barracks of, 72, 73 and n., 76-7; use in
1752-3 as prison of, 72, 73, 74-6, 82-3, 84-5, 86, 91-4, 95-6, 97, 98,
99-100, 101, 103, 106; re-arrangement in 1752 of accommodation for
officers in, 76-8 ; malpractices in 1752 with regard to pay of garrison
of, 78-9; problem in 1752-3 of supply of water to, 79, 85-6, 87-8,
89-90, 91, 96, 99, 100-1, 102, 104-5, 106-7 ; escape in 1752 of James
Macgregor Drummond from, 82-7 ; security arrangements in 1752-3 at,
84-5, 100. XXXII
Edinburgh, Castle of, described by a French officer in
1797, 192 ; visited by the Club, App. p. 8; precincts of, visited, App.
p. 11. XXVIII
Edinburgh Castle, see Castle of Edinburgh. XXXV
Edinburgh Castle, state procession in 1822 from Holyrood to, 129-31, 154, 165. XXXI
Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce and Manufacturers, 160th Annual Report, 131n., 139n., 140n. XXX
Edinburgh Charity Workhouse (1740-1845), why founded ;
treasurer’s duties, 38 ; former institution inadequate,38-9 ; agreement
between town council and kirk-sessions; administration; officials, 39 ;
site and its associations ; building described, 40 ; pictures of, 41 n.
; minute-books; accommodation; food and uniform of inmates, 41; pauper
occupations; out-pensioners; correc- tion house, 42-3; children’s
hospital; schoolmaster, 43-4 ; problem of accommodation, 44 ; old
Orphan Hospital used for children ; Robt. Fergusson, inmate of Bedlam,
45; managers and asylum, 45-6 ; Bedlam unsuitable ; pauper lunatics
transferred to Morningside, 47; financial history, 47-51 ; increasing
pauperism; managers averse to relief of Irish, 51 ; Thos. Carlyle and
management ; religious difficulty, 52-3 ; cholera swells expenses ;
creditors arrest proceeds of poor rate ; management taken over by town
council, 54 ; later history, 55. XXII
Edinburgh Choral Union, male chorus, 71. XXXIII
Edinburgh City Mission, 108, 134n. XXXV
Edinburgh City Museum, small finds from Newhaven excavation deposited in, 76. XXXIV
Edinburgh clubs, activities of, 43-4. XXXI
Edinburgh Coal Gas Company, rivalry in 1823 of Edinburgh Oil Gas Light Company and, 148. XXIX
Edinburgh College, Treasurer, 38. XXXIII
Edinburgh Collegiate School, 94n. XXXIII
Edinburgh, Constabulary of, 143. XXXV
Edinburgh Co-operative Building Society, 52. XXXIV
Edinburgh Corporation Bonds, 104, 124. XXII
Edinburgh Corporation, City Architect’s Dept., 154,
Merchiston Castle School plans, 2; Merchiston Tower, 9; Cross of
Edinburgh, 1885, 150, 154; Dean of Guild Court, 45, 154; Granton
foreshore, 56; Prestongrange House, ceiling, acquisition of, 8; Refuse
Collection Dept., 8, 17. XXXIII
Edinburgh Courant: see Edinburgh Evening CourantXXXIII
Edinburgh Courant, 15, 116n. XXXV
Edinburgh, Court of Exchequer established in, 38 ; burning of, by the English (1544), 88 ; growth of, 88-9. XXIII
Edinburgh Deaf and Dumb Institution, Henderson Row, building in 1823 of, 145. XXIX
Edinburgh Diary, by Thomas Kincaid, 111-54. XXVII
Edinburgh, dimensions in 1788, 43-5 ; royalty, 44-5 ; demolition of old buildings in, 239. XXIV
Edinburgh Directory, 1839-40, 65. XXXIV
Edinburgh Directory, first, contained no house numbering, 61 ; new house numbers first appeared in 1811-12, 60. XXVII
Edinburgh Educational Institution, 32, 79 : see also Merchant Maiden Hospital. XXIX
Edinburgh Educational Institution for Young Ladies, 80: see also Merchant Maiden Hospital. XXIX
Edinburgh election wards; Broughton, 38; Calton, 33,
38; Canongate, 33, 34, 38, 40n, Irish vote in, 35; Dalry, 34; George
Square, 34; Gorgie, 34; Newington, 38, 39; St. Andrews, 38, 39; St.
Cuthberts, 33, 39; St. George’s, 34, 38; St. Giles, 34, 39; St.
Leonards, 34, 39. XXXIII
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 73. XXIII
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 163, 187. XXV
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 12, 14, 21. XXVI
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 19, 49, 55, 60. XXVII
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 108; advertisements
for microscopes, 167, 168, 169, 170-171, 172-173, 175n, 176n; articles:
cabinet makers disputes, 19, 20, 23, 24; cholera treatment, 146, 149n;
Cross of Edinburgh, 1617, 152, 153, 155n, 1885, 155n; drowning tragedy,
112; electoral apathy, 34, 40n; municipal politics, 40n, 41n; safety of
skaters, 111. XXXIII
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 159, 160, 168, 169, 177, 181, 197, 205 n., 229, 233, 250. XXIV
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 31, 49, 137n., 143, 164. XXX
Edinburgh Evening Courant, 116n. XXXV
Edinburgh fire of 1824, 69. XXVI
Edinburgh Friendly Insurance, and fire hazards, 16-17. XXII
Edinburgh Gazette, 49. XXVII
Edinburgh Geographical Institute, 96. XXIV
Edinburgh house numbering, change from consecutive to
odd and even numbers, 60 ; nature and reasons for change, important
streets numbered for first time, no numbering till 1782-3, but whole
New Town so indicated by 1811, 61 ; varying methods applied to
different streets, 61-2; disadvantages, numbering in odds and evens,
62; different names to opposite sides of same street, 65. XXVII
Edinburgh in Provost Drummond’s time, 1-24 ; from
provincial town to modern city, 1; area and population, Defoe and
unsavoury state, 3; unreformed town council, 4; first Jacobite rising,
4-6; city fined £2000, 9; during ‘Forty-five, 9-11; George II and, 10;
Cumberland given freedom of, 10-11 ; material prosperity, 18 ;
educational and professional, 21 ; Philosophical Society, 21, 22. XXVII
Edinburgh, industrial and commercial prosperity after
‘Forty-five, 2-3, 4 ; southern extension, 4 ; liability of fire in old,
15-16 ; householders in Hillside pay poor rates to South Leith and, 51
; defence of (1715), 78 n. ; and superiority of Canongate, 93, 116 ;
lay-out of ancient burgh ; Old Town originally a garden city, 167 ;
causes of overcrowding in olden times ; new ideas in civic life, 168;
city in 1745, 168-9; James VII and extension of 171-2 ; Lord Mar on
improving, 173-4 ; Sir Gilbert Elliot on enlarging and beautifying,
176-80; ‘Act for Erecting several Public Buildings (1753), 181; Peter
Williamson introduces penny post into, and publishes early directories
of, 262. XXII
Edinburgh Industrial Museum, 165. XXIV
Edinburgh Institution for Young Ladies, 31 : see also Merchant Maiden Hospital. XXIX
Edinburgh Joint Stock Water Company, 169. XXIX
Edinburgh Ladies’ Institution for Education, Park Place, 68. XXIX
Edinburgh, Leith and Granton Railway Company, 159,
164n; chief engineer’s report, 1844, 160, 164n; see also Edinburgh and
Northern Railway Company; Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee Railway Company;
Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway Company; North British Railway
Company. XXXIII
Edinburgh Leith and Newhaven Railway Company, 159-164;
absorption 160, 164n; amalgamation, 160, 164n; company name changed,
159, 164n; Edinburgh terminus, 159; minutes of Company, 159, 164n;
northern terminus, 159; plan of, 1843, 159; route, 159; see also
Edinburgh and Northern Railway Company; Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee
Railway Company; Edinburgh, Leith and Granton Railway Company; North
British Railway Company. XXXIII
Edinburgh Literary Institute, 42-44; bachelors’ dance,
43; centenary lecture, 43; extension, 42; extraordinary general
meeting, 43-44; foundation stone, 42; lectures, 42, 43; letting of
hall, 43; library, 42, 44; liquidation of company, 44; membership, 43;
opening cermony, 42; officers, 42; premises, 42, 43; programmes, 42,
44; subscriptions, 42, 43, 44; syllabus, 42. XXXIII
Edinburgh Medical Missionary Society, 126. XXVI
Edinburgh Medical School, 162. XXIV
Edinburgh Mercat Cross, 150-158: see aslo Cross of Edinburgh. XXXIII
Edinburgh Merchant Company, 38, 42; Master of 42, 118n; schools, 29. XXXIII
Edinburgh Method of Teaching English, 211. XXIV
Edinburgh, “Midlothian – or the shire of Edinburgh?”, 141-148. XXXV
Edinburgh Museum of Science and Art, acquired site in Argyle Square, 29. XXVIII
Edinburgh, New and Old Towns of contrasted, 136. XXXV
Edinburgh, Notes of a Visit to (1778), 211-13. XXV
Edinburgh Observer, The, letter on cholera treatment, 146, 149n. [NOTE changed from The Edinburgh Observer in order to preserve sorting] XXXIII
Edinburgh Oil Gas Light Company, establishment in 1823
of, 148 and n. ; rivalry in 1823 of Edinburgh Coal Gas Company and, 148
; effect of explosion in Shandwick Place in 1825 on, 159 ; proposal in
1826 to change from oil to coal in works of, 174-5, 177. XXIX
Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee Railway Company,
amalgamation in 1849, 160, 164n; see also Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven
Railway Company; Edinburgh and Northern Railway Company; Edinburgh,
Leith and Granton Railway Company; North British Railway Company. XXXIII
Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, 42, 44n; branch reading room and library, 44; concert, 71; dinner, 70; directors, 42. XXXIII
Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 107. XXVI
Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 147, 149n. XXXIII
Edinburgh Philosophical Society, 21, 22. XXVII
Edinburgh Phrenological Society, 176. XXXII
Edinburgh Police Court, 107. XXXV
Edinburgh Poorhouse, 55. XXII
Edinburgh Public Libraries, 39; Bruce collection,
155n; Edinburgh Room, 42, 45, 141, 155n; Hurd bequest, 155n; Newsroom,
34. XXXIII
Edinburgh Radicals, dinner, 25. XXXIII
Edinburgh Reform Committee, 179. XXXII
Edinburgh Review, 22 ; founding of, 29, 30. XXVI
Edinburgh Review, 97-99, 101-102, 105-107, 131n. XXXV
Edinburgh Review, The, 122n. XXX
Edinburgh, riding in 1701 of marches of, 9 and n. ;
letters describing the visit in 1822 of George IV to, 65-167 ; summary
of visit in 1822 of George IV to, 65; illuminations for visit in 1822
of George IV to, 107-9, 111-12, 163, 165; textile industries in,
54. XXXI
Edinburgh Royal Hotel Co., 139. XXX
Edinburgh Royal Society : see Royal Society of Edinburgh. XXXII
Edinburgh Royal Volunteers, 103, 104. XXVI
Edinburgh Savings Bank, Bruntsfield, 199. XXXII
Edinburgh School of Arts (Heriot-Watt College), 86. XXII
Edinburgh School of Design, 67-96; need for it, 67 ;
institution declines, thoughts of discontinuing, 67 ; wiser counsels
prevail, regulations for new master, 71; various trades admitted,
house-painters most numerous, work produced, removal of premises, 73;
specimens of designs, 74; proposed admission of women, 77; ‘public
teacher of art,’ 77 ; new school opened, proficiency tests, 78;
master’s dismissal, 79; removal to Picardy Place, 80; premises on
Mound, upkeep by various societies interested, 81 ; cost, 82 ; lack of
stone, building completed, 83 ; gas-lighting, 85; new classes, 87 ;
proposed extension, Parliamentary grant, 89 ; now designated School of
Art, 91 ; art and manufactures, 92 ; reduced attendance, 93 ; new
School of Art formed, 94. XXVII
Edinburgh shawls, 52-64 ; claimed as first imitation
Indian shawls in Europe, 52, 53 and n. ; only one design known of, 55
and 11.; descriptions of, 56; the weavers of, 58 ; unemployment in 1820
among weavers of, 54 ; numbers employed in manufacture of, 54; last
produced in 1847, 59 ; first manufacturers of, 53; early manufacturers
of, 59 ; manufacture by Quakers of, 60 and n.; prosperity and decline
of manufacturers of, 54 ; description of factories for making, 58 ;
details of manufacture of, 55-6 ; sources of materials used in
manufacture of, 57 ; wool used for warp of, 56; improvements in looms
for, 57-8 ; dispute over loom inventions for, 57-8 ; use of Page’s loom
in making, 58 ; designers of, 61 ; premiums given for designs of, 61 ;
comparison of Paisley shawls and, 55; early printed, 55. XXXI
Edinburgh, sheriff and sheriffdom of, 142-143, 145n, 147n. XXXV
Edinburgh, shire of, 141-148. XXXV
Edinburgh shopkeepers, 110. XXXV
Edinburgh Skating Club, 1778-1966, 96-136; badge (medal), 96, 97, 107, 131-13 5 ; Blackwood’s Magazine,
article in, 102-103; competitions for young skaters, 118;
correspondence, 103; Craiglockhart, lease of, 117; dinners, 96, 99,
100, 104, 108, 109, 111, 114, 117; directions for members, 109, 110,
125-129; First World War, 117; foundation of Society, 96, 97; history,
96-97, 115, 116; honorary membership, 114; life saving equipment, 111,
112, 113, 114; medal collection 108, 115, 131-5; meetings, 98, 106;
membership, 96, 98, 118-125; member’s dress, 117; members’ professions,
98, 99, 114; motto, 96, 97, 107; officers, 109, 110, 111, 115, 116;
officers’ uniform, 110, 115; officials, 98, patron saint, 96;
presentation medal, 107, 109, 134; records, 97, 98; royal patronage,
97, 107, 109, 114, 115, 134; rules and regulations, 99:100, 115; Second
World War, 96, 118; secretary’s duties, 115; skatemakers, 106; skates
used, 105-106; skating ability of applicants, 101; skating figures,
104-105, 106, 107; songs, 104, 108-109, 129-131; standardisation of
calls, 106; women members, 117; pls. facing pages, 112, 113, 132,
133. XXXIII
Edinburgh, sketch in 1544 of Leith and, 5 and n. ;
meeting in 1636 of Dean of Guild Court of, 218-21 ; regulations of 1644
to try to prevent entry of bubonic plague to Leith, Newhaven and, 9 and
n. ; bubonic plague of 1645 in, 8-12, 17-18, 19-20 and nn. ; share by
act of 1693 of proceeds of beer-tax to be used to improve water-supply
of, 65 ; supply of water in mid-eighteenth century to, 102 and n. ;
eighteenth-century improvements to, 70 ; educational system of
eighteenth century in, 108-12 ; list of teachers of eighteenth century
in, 108-157 ; furniture-makers in, 32-53 ; creation of the New Town of,
33-4; the furnishing of the houses of the New Town of, 32-3, 34-5 ;
formation in 1803 of Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen in, 159-160; report in
1805 of Superintendent of Police on powers of police in, 167-8 ;
epidemic of cholera in 1832 in, 22-31 and nn. ; funerals in late
nineteenth century in, 214 ; street scenes in late nineteenth century
in, 209-17. XXXII
Edinburgh Sketching Club, 91. XXXIV
Edinburgh Society of Bowlers, 33. XXX
Edinburgh Society of Bowlers, formation in 1769 of, 185; regulations of, 186-7. XXIX
Edinburgh Society of Cabinet and Chair Makers, 17, 21,
26; amalgamation, 25; auditors, 22; branch secy., 22; branch treas.,
21, 22; collectors, 21; financial resources, 22, 25, 26; formation of
Society, 17; insurance of members tools, 22, 25, 26; New Trades
Society, 26; officer, 22, 25; regalia, 25; subscription, 21; see also
Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Edinburgh Branch;
United Operatives Cabinet and Chair Makers Association of Scotland;
National Union of Furniture Trades Operatives. XXXIII
Edinburgh Society of Teachers, 101. XXVI
Edinburgh Temperance Hotel and Reading Room, 41, 122n. XXXV
Edinburgh, the, a convoy ship, 78 and n., 80. XXVIII
Edinburgh, Town Clerk of : see Williamson, Joseph, advocate. XXX
Edinburgh Town Council, composition of in 1833, 32; meetings, 31; public admission to meetings, 37, 40n. XXXIII
Edinburgh Town Council, meeting of, 65, 103-104, 132n. XXXV
Edinburgh, Town Council of, 144; relations regarding
establishment of cathedral church with Charles I of, 93-7 ; financial
arrangements of 1635-1638 for building of two additional churches and
for restoration of St. Giles by, 95-8; authorisation of purchase of oak
planks for Tron Church by, 98 ; arrangements for fitting up interior of
Tron Church made by, 103 ; arrangements for roofing Tron Church made
by, 103-5, 106-9; review in 1647 of delay in building of Tron Church
by, 105 ; regiment raised against the Engagers by, 105-6 ; execution of
Act of Classes against malignants by, 106 ; effects of battle of Dunbar
in 1650 on interest in Tron Church of, 107 ; work in Tron Church in
early 1650 authorised by, 107 ; authorisation for railings round Tron
Church by, 109; measures taken for provision of clock for Tron Church
by, 109; decision in 1671 to raise height of Tron Church steeple taken
by, 109 ; measures in late seventeenth century with regard to building
in Edinburgh taken by, 111-15 ; representation on Board of Governors of
Merchant Maiden Hospital of, 7 ; approval in 1708 of statutes of
Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 7 ; request for sittings for girls in St.
George’s Parish Church made in 1812 by governors of Merchant Maiden
Hospital to, 23 ; pro- posal in 1820s for removal of High School from
old town of Edinburgh by, 152-3, 162; subscription to new High School
on Calton Hill by, 168; controversy regarding transfer to private
ownership of docks at Leith owned by, 151-2, 157-8, 162 ; improvements
in 1820s to piers and docks at Leith made by, 152, 162, 171, 177, 179,
180, 182; agreement in 1825 to building of St. Stephen’s Church given
by, 158 and n. ; proposals in 1825 for payment of restoration of St.
Giles made by, 159-60 ; fears in 1826 of possibility of building on
south side of Princes Street by, 169 and n. ; request in 1768 by John
Wood to, 185. XXIX
Edinburgh, Town Council of, 20n., 26, 28, 29, 34, 43 ;
extracts about common mills in Water of Leith village in sixteenth and
seventeenth century minutes of, 10-13 and nn. ; dispute in 1541 over
building of town mill beside Water of Leith between Lord Lindsay of the
Byres and, 11 ; approval given in 1580 for building of town’s granary
in Water of Leith village by, 15 and n. ; leasing to Marr’s and
Greenland Mills of town’s granary in Water of Leith village by, 15 ;
grants of land in 1642 and 1675 to Bakers’ Incorporation by, 14 and nn.
; report in 1657 on loss of water from upper dam of Water of Leith by
Committee of Inspection of, 12 and n. ; appointment in 1659 of the
treasurer to inspect road to Water of Leith village by, 17 and n. ;
order in 1694 to fix gratings across open upper mill-lade in Water of
Leith village issued by, 11-12 ; disposition in 1698 of property on
Castlehill in favour of Samuel McClellan by, 19 ; feu-contract in 1758
of Bell House on Castlehill granted to Allan Ramsay of Kinkell by, 25 ;
permission granted in 1759 to Allan Ramsay of Kinkell and William
Johnston to make footpath to former’s house on Castlehill by, 26 ; mode
of representation in 1829 of Trades on, 143; representation sought in
1829 by Merchant Company of Edinburgh on, 143 ; foundation of new
church in Johnston Terrace laid in 1829 by, 145 ; rejection in 1832 of
Alexander Trotter’s proposed plan for the Mound by, 47; rejection of
Thomas Davies’ estimate for re-planning Meadows by, 54. XXX
Edinburgh, Town Council of, part of Burgh Muir granted
in 1584 to Sir Archibald Napier by, 6 and nn; grant in 1670 of waste
land and Merchiston Loch by, 9 and n ; possession of Tower of
Merchiston by, 12. XXXI
Edinburgh Trades Council, 31, 33, 34, 39, 40n; Municipal Committee, 1869, 33, 39. XXXIII
Edinburgh University: see University of Edinburgh. XXXII
Edinburgh University: see University of Edinburgh. XXXIII
Edinburgh Upholstery, Joiner and Mirror Glass Company, advertisement in 1754 by, 44-5. XXXII
Edinburgh, village suburbs, absorption by city, 78-90; housing needs of, 78-90 passim; New Town, 79-81, 87, 90; communications (rail, tram, bus) with city, 78-90 passimXXXIV
Edinburgh Volunteers, 95. XXIV
Edinburgh Volunteers, 189. XXIX
Edinburgh, Wynds and Closes of, 9, 10, 114n. XXXV
Edinburgh Young Men’s Union Society, 22, 102, 117n. XXXV
Edinburgh’s Paradise Regained, 189. XXII
EdinburghTolbooth, Old, building of, 1386, 23. XXXIV
Edington, David, teacher, 125. XXXII
Edington, John, writer, 128, 131 and n. XXIX
Edinton, Mr., 101. XXX
Edlin, Edward, Baron of the Exchequer, 103. XXXII
Edmonston, Jas., 111. XXV
Edmonston, John, 70. XXXIV
Edmonston, John, 116. XXXIV
Edmonston, S., artist, 88. XXXIII
Edmonstone, 142, 146n. XXXV
Edmonstone, Col., of Newton, 46. XXVI
Edmonstone, dovecote at, 170, 196. XXV
Edmonstone House, ice house at, 119, 120. XXVIII
Edmonstone House, sundial at, 106. XXVII
Edmonstone, Janet, wife of Sir David Crichton, 134. XXIII
Edmonstone, Lady, 224. XXXII
Edmonstoun, 109. XXXIV
Education (Scotland) Act, 1872, 36. XXXIII
Edward I, 145n. XXXV
Edward III, 30. XXVII
Edward, ‘King of Scots,’ 115. XXIII
Edward, Margt. See Udward. XXII
Edward VII, 92. XXVI
Edwards, Mr, 103, 133n. XXXV
Edwards, Mrs., 71. XXX
Edwin, King of Northumbria, 147n. XXXV
Egglesbrec, 144. XXXV
Egypt, 105. XXIV
Eidyn, 143-144, 146n. XXXV
Eildon Hills, 69, 70, 72, 80. XXXV
Eiston, Christal, 92. XXIII
Eistoune, Elspeth, apprenticeship agreement in 1638 on behalf of, 176-7. XXXI
Eistoune, Janet, apprenticeship agreement in 1638 on behalf of, 176-7. XXXI
Eistoune, John, maltman, participation in apprenticeship agreement in 1638 of, 176-7. XXXI
Ekwall, Eilert, 144, 148n. XXXV
Elbeck, Archibald, seal-cutter, 73. XXVII
Elchies, Lord. See Grant, Patrick. XXII
Elder, Thomas, of Forneth, Lord Provost, 127. XXXII
Elder, Thos., of Forneth, Lord Provost, 13. XXVI
Eldin, John Clerk, Lord (1757-1832), 68, 84 and 11., 87, 89, 96-7, 128, 140, 142, 163. XXXI
Eldin, Lord, 53. XXVII
Eldin, Lord. See Clerk, John. XXII
Election (Hours of Poll) Act, 1884, 32. XXXIII
Electrical consultants, 9. XXXIII
Electricity supply, 36. XXXIII
Eleis (or Ellis), Alex., of Newington, 158. XXIV
Eleis (or Ellis), Isobel, daughter of Alex. Eleis of Mortonhall, 59 n. XXII
Eleis, Isobel, daughter of [Eleis (or Ellis), Alex., of Newington], 158. XXIV
Eleventh Regiment of Dragoons, 56. XXXII
Elgin marbles, 80. XXVII
Elgin, Thomas, 7th Earl of, 153. XXXI
Elgin, W., bookseller, 67, 127n. XXXV
Elibank, Patrick Murray, 5th Baron, 27. XXX
Eliza Cook’s Journal, 22, 117n. XXXV
Elleisfield, 203, 205 ; site of, 204. XXIV
Ellem, rendezvous of Flodden army, 121, 123. XXIV
Elliock, Lord. See Veitch, James. XXIII
Elliot, Andrew, of Greenwells, serves in household of
Princess Dowager of Wales, Lieut.-Governor of New York, confers with
Washington, 90. XXVI
Elliot, Archd., architect, 30. XXII
Elliot, Capt. Walter, 48. XXVI
Elliot, Fitzwilliam, his Battle of Flodden (quoted), 124. XXIV
Elliot, Gilbert, later 3rd Bart. of Minto, 6. XXII
Elliot, Helen, Hrst wife of Thos. Robertson, 126, 128. XXIV
Elliot, Jas., maltman, 126. XXIV
Elliot, Jean, songstress, 84. XXVI
Elliot, Mr., singer, 104. XXX
Elliot, Mrs., of Borthwickbrae, 48. XXVI
Elliot, Sir Gilbert, Lord Minto, and Royal Exchange, 7, 27 ; his Proposals for public works in Edinburgh, 176. XXII
Elliot, Sir Gilbert, of Minto, Lord Justice-Clerk, 90. XXVI
Elliot, Sir Gilbert, of Stobs, 100. XXV
Elliot, Sir Gilbert, third bart. of Minto, 175. XXIV
Elliot, Sir Gilbert, writes pamphlet suggesting public
works, including ‘royalty ‘ extension, 12 ; his Militia Bill, 17;
member of Select Society, 22. XXVII
Elliot, Sir Wm., Bart., 151. XXVI
Elliot, Wm., gardener, 226. XXIV
Elliot, Wm. Scott, joint Secy., Edinburgh Skating Club, 114, 115, 122; resgination, 115. XXXIII
Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, Gilbert, second Earl of Minto: see Minto, Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, second Earl of. XXXIII
Elliotson, Dr. John, 179. XXXII
Elliott, Andrew, bookseller, 132. XXX
Elliott, Archibald, architect, 38 ; proposed design in 1819 for National Monument by, 37; A View of Mr. Trotter’s proposed line of Approach to the Old Town, 1829, 46. XXX
Elliott, Gideon, of North Sintoun, surgeonapothecary, 132. XXIX
Elliott, H.R., Shandwick Place, 138. XXX
Elliott, Rev. Andrew, Ford, 9, 115n. XXXV
Ellis, James, 107, 108. XXIX
Ellis, Patrick, merchant, buys manor and mains of Braid, 32. XXVII
Ellis, Sir W. C., physician to the Lunatic Asylum, County of Middlesex, 179. XXXII
Elm Cottage. See The Elms. XXIV
Elm Row, 65. XXVII
Elm Row, 172 ; building in 1820s in, 147, 151, 163. XXIX
Elms, The, 85. XXXIV
Elms, The, residence of founder of Royal Scottish Museum, 83. XXIV
Elphick, Miss, 89, 96, 131, 159. XXXI
Elphinston, Alexander, 134 and n. XXIX
Elphinston, James, lecturer, 125. XXXII
Elphinstone, Alexander, 4th Lord, 10n. XXXIV
Elphinstone, Charles, 10th Lord, 166. XXXI
Elphinstone, Geo. Keith. See Keith, Viscount. XXVI
Elphinstone, George, of Selmis, and lands of Piershill and Three Steps, 66. XXIII
Elphinstone, Hon. Georgina, marries (1) Hon. Augustus
Villiers, son of fifth Earl of Jersey, (2) Lord Wm. Godolphin Osborne,
brother of eighth Duke of Leeds, 112. XXVI
Elphinstone, Isobel, wife of Andrew Houston, 129 and n. XXIX
Elphinstone, John, 11th Lord, 161. XXXI
Elphinstone, John, 12th Lord, 166. XXXI
Elphinstone, Lady, 224. XXXII
Elphinstone, Lady Janet, 143, 166. XXXI
Elphinstone mansion in Cowgate, 8 and n. XXII
Elphinstone, Margt. Mercer, 112; marries Chas. de
Flahault, succeeds to Tulliallan and Meikleour, mother of Marquess of
Lansdowne, 111. XXVI
Elphinstone, Mrs., 117. XXXI
Elphinstone, Sir James, of Logie, W.S., joint Keeper of Signet, 121. XXIX
Elphinstone, Sir Jas., of Craighouse, 180. XXV
Elphinstone, William, of Calderhall, 129. XXIX
Elphinstoun, Sir Jas., 91. XXIV
Emden, P. H., Quakers in Commerce, 123 and n. XXX
Emily, Miss, servant, 16, 22. XXXV
Empire Theatre, 95n. XXXIII
Empson, William, editor of the Edinburgh Review, 162. XXXI
Encyclopaedia Britannica; 3rd ed.; article on skating, 96, 105. XXXIII
Endowed Schools (Scotland) Commission, 70n. XXIX
Enequist, Mlle., vocalist, 68. XXXIII
Engagement, The, 105. XXIX
Engagers, The, 105. XXIX
Engineers, civil, 84, 94n, 106, 118, 123, 124; heating
and ventilating, 9; lighthouse, 72, 91n; railway, 37, 38, 41n, 160,
164n. XXXIII
England, negotiations for importation of lead by Edinburgh Town Council from, 103-4. XXIX
English Language in Scotland, reading and writing of, 22. XXVII
English National Union of Cabinetmakers; later Amalgamated Union, 18, 20; branches, XXXIII
English Place-Name Elements, 4n. XXX
English schools, 111. XXXII
Englishmen, their ignorance of Scotland, 195. XXVIII
Engravers in Edinburgh, 66, 67. XXVIII
ensign, 157. XXXV
Enterprise, whaling ship, voyage to Spitzbergen, 146. XXXIII
Episcopal Chapel, Blackfriars’ Wynd, 241. XXIV
Episcopal Church, Scottish, 85. XXV
Episcopal clergy and charity workhouse, 39. XXII
Ereskine : see Erskine, Mary. XXIX
Errol, Isabella, Countess of, 134. XXXII
Erroll, William, 18th Earl of, 145, 166. XXXI
Erse Chapel, 44. XXIV
Erskine, Chas., Lord Tinwald, 85-6. XXV
Erskine, Chas., of Tinwald, Lord Justice-Clerk, 83. XXVI
Erskine, David, of Carnock, 103. XXVI
Erskine, David, painter, 72. XXVII
Erskine, David, teacher of drawing, 125. XXXII
Erskine, David, W.S., 200 n. XXIV
Erskine, family of, Mary Erskine’s connection with, 2
; representation on governing body of Merchant Maiden Hospital of,
7. XXIX
Erskine, Henry David, son of Earl of Mar, resides in Minto St., 176. XXIV
Erskine, Hon. Andrew, friend of Boswell, 82-3 and n. XXV
Erskine, Hon. Henry, 86. XXV
Erskine, Hon. Henry, 77-8, 103; and Jane, Duchess of Gordon, 132. XXVI
Erskine, Hon. Henry, Lord Advocate, 90, 106. XXX
Erskine, James, Lord Alva, house at Drumsheugh, 77, 83. XXV
Erskine, James, Lord Barjarg, and Drumsheugh, 86. XXV
Erskine, James, of Cambus, 87, 89. XXV
Erskine, James. See Barjarg, Lord. XXIII
Erskine, Jas., Lord Barjarg, 83. XXVI
Erskine, John Francis Miller, later Mar, John Francis Miller Erskine, twenty-fifth (not fifteenth) Earl of, 114, 122. XXXIII
Erskine, John, of Carnock, Professor of Scots Law, 102. XXVI
Erskine, Lady Elizabeth, widow of Alex., Lord Colville of Culross, 82. XXV
Erskine, Lady Mary, first wife of Sir Charles Erskine of Alva, and mother of [Erskine, Mary], 2. XXIX
Erskine, Major, 120. XXXIII
Erskine, Major Archd., Black Watch, 102 ; dines with Boswell, buys Venlaw estate, 103. XXVI
Erskine, Mary, 110. XXXII
Erskine, Mary (Mrs. Hair), founds Mer- chant Maiden Hospital, 65. XXII
Erskine, Mary, daughter of [Erskine, Sir Charles, of Alva],
58, 80, 82, 83 ; family of, 2 ; date of birth of, 2 ; marriages of,
2-3; death and will of, 6 and n.; bequest to Merchant Company of
Edinburgh for foundation of Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 1-4 ; purchase
in 1706 of a house in Bristo for Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 5, 12 ;
bequest to Incorporated Trades of Edinburgh for foundation of Trades
Maiden Hospital by, 4, 5. XXIX
Erskine, Rev. Dr. John, Greyfriars, 102. XXVI
Erskine, Sir Charles, of Alva, 2. XXIX
Erskine, Thos., of Linlathen, 66, 67, 89n. XXXIII
Esk river, 64. XXV
Eskbank Cottage, 56, 58, 138. XXXV
Eskgrove dovecote at, 179 ; eighteenth century description of, 212. XXV
Eskgrove House, Inveresk, ice house at, 148. XXVIII
Eskgrove, Lord, his Canongate house, 62, 63. XXVIII
Eskgrove, Lord. See Rae, Sir David. XXV
Eskgrove, Lord. See Rae, Sir David. XXVI
Eskmills, nr. Penicuik, prison depot at, 165. XXXV
Espinasse, Francis, teacher of French, 158. XXXI
Espinasse, Madame, 82, 158. XXXI
Esplin, Mary, teacher, 125. XXXII
Esplin Place, 204. [CHECK] XXXII
Estates of Parliament, contribution of citizens of Edinburgh towards loan to, 97. XXIX
Estenbrogh Gate, 3. XXXII
Ethelred, brother of King David I, 114. XXIII
Eton Terrace, 185, 187. XXXII
Etty, William, R.A., exhibition by Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 of Judith and Holofernes by, 143 and n. XXX
Evangelical Alliance, 39. XXXIII
Evangelical Alliance, 29, 118n. XXXV
Evangelical Union, 39. XXXIII
Evans, Mr., singer, 104. XXX
Evanson, Richard Tonson, Professor of the Practice of Physic, Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, 179. XXXII
Evelyn, John, 97. XXXIII
Evening Courant, 60. XXXIV
Evening Directory, 65. XXXIV
Everdingen — artist, 88. [CHECK not clear what the — means ] XXXIII
Everett, Mr, 61, 125n. XXXV
Everitt, Prof. Alan, 145. XXXV
Ewart, David W. R., Lord Balgray, 84. XXVI
Ewart, James, 185. XXIX
Ewart, Miss, 80. XXX
Ewbank, John Wilson, S.A., 46; exhibition by Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 of landscapes by, 143 and n. XXX
Ewing, Alexander (Jun.), son of [Ewing, Alexander, teacher], teacher, 125. XXXII
Ewing, Alexander, teacher, 125. XXXII
Ewing, James, teacher, 125. XXXII
Exchange, building in Parliament Close of, 111, 115n. XXIX
Exchange, building of, in Parliament Close, c. 1683, 32-33; destruction by fire of, 1700, 33: and see Royal Exchange. XXXIV
Exchange Coffee House, 97, 114, 115. XXV
Exchange, east of Parliament House, 129, 136, 138, 139, 145, 150, 151; Sir Wm. Bruce’s plans for, 137. XXIV
Exchange, Old, 97. XXV
Exchange, Royal, 38, 153, 175, 176, 179, 182 ; Dean of
Guild Miller and, 1 ; as municipal headquarters, 2 ; scheme for, 4 ;
Provost Drummond raises subscriptions for ; why erected ; site, 5-6 ;
property bought up, 7, 9 ; boundaries, 10-11; town council contractors
for; financial arrangements, 11 ; building contract, 11 n., 13; loans
applied for, 12 ; Adam plan accepted ; builders of, 12 ; Custom House
at, 13, 14, 15 ; total cost ; foundation stone laid ; described, 13-14
; financial problem acute, 15 ; town council and builders, 17-20;
important asset in long run, 21-2 ; scheme bound up with North Bridge,
22. XXII
Exchange, Royal, 97, 135. XXV
Exchange, Royal, 12, 83. XXVII
Exchequer, Court of, in Edinburgh, 38, 70; functions,
38-9; barons of; routine business, 39; barons’ reports; abolished, 40 ;
and Nelson Monument, 58 ; and St. Cuthbert’s glebe, 59-60; and Henry
Mackenzie’s emoluments, 61-2. XXIII
Exchequer, Court of, offices for, 42. XXXIV
Exchequer House, 138, 141. XXIV
Excise Office, Canongate, 16. XXIV
Excise Office, Cowgate, lease of Merchant Hall, Cowgate, in 1730 to, 12. XXIX
Excise Office, St. Andrew Square, 28. XXII
Excise Office, St. Andrew Square, 93. XXX
Excise Office, St. Andrew Square, proposal in 1824 for removal of High School to, 152 and n. ; sale of, 154, 159 and n. XXIX
Excursions, 1949: App. pp. 3, 4; 1950, ib. pp. 8, XXVIII
Exhibition, Edinburgh (Meadows, 1886), 127. XXV

F

Fabians, 36. XXXIII
Faed, John, artist, 86, 94n. XXXIII
Faed, Thomas, artist, 27, 109, 118n, 134n. XXXV
Faed, Thos., artist, 86, 94n. XXXIII
Fairbairn, John, bookseller, 172 and n. XXIV
Fairfax, Miss, 65, 101, 102. XXX
Fairfax, Sir William, 101. XXX
Fairfaxes, The, 72. XXX
Fairhohn, John, of Baberton, treasurer of Faculty of Advocates, 131 and n. XXIX
Fairholm, Adam, of Chapel, 78. XXIV
Fairholm, Adam, of Greenhill, 77-8. XXIV
Fairholm, Andrew, 77. XXIV
Fairholm, George, of Greenhill, 78. XXIV
Fairholm, Janet, 77. XXIV
Fairholm, Jas., 104. XXV
Fairholm, John, advocate, 149. XXIV
Fairholm, John, advocate, 104. XXV
Fairholm, John, of Craigiehall, 39. XXV
Fairholm, Sophia, marries second Earl of Annandale, 100. XXVII
Fairholm, Thos., junr., 77. XXIV
Fairholm, Thos., of Kinglass, buys Pilton, 39. XXV
Fairholm, Thos.,son of Adam of Greenhill, 77, 78. XXIV
Fairholm, Wm., of Chapel, 78. XXIV
Fairholme, Geo., of Greenhill, 81, 131. XXVI
Fairholme, George, City Chamberlain, 199. XXXII
Fairholme, Wm., of Chapel, 131. XXVI
Fairholme’s Close, 39. XXV
Fairholm’s ‘land,’ 10. XXII
Fairley, John A., death of, App. p. 2. XXVIII
Fairley, Sir Robert, 30 ; public spirit, 31 ; conveys lands and two corn mills to his wife, 32. XXVII
Fairley, William, of Braid, 30. XXVII
Fairleys of Braid, their public services, 30. XXVII
Fairlie, David, merchant, seizure in 1591 for debt owed to, 175. XXXI
Fairlie, John, of Bruntsfield, 36. XXV
Fairlie, John, of Comiston, 175. XXV
Fairlie, William, 174. XXXI
Fairlie, William, of Bruntsfield, 67. XXIII
Fairlies of Braid, 183. XXV
Fairmilehead, 201, 203. XXXII
Fairmilehead, 139. XXXIII
Fairney, Grissell, 19, 20. XXXIV
Fairneyhill, 9. XXXIV
Fairy Dean, nr. Melrose, 79, 84, 128-129ns. XXXV
Faithful, Emily: see Faithfull, Emily, feminist. XXXIII
Faithfull, Emily, feminist, 43, 75, 92n. XXXIII
Fala (or ffala), Wm., deacon of Canongate Tailors, 95, 101. XXII
Falcon Hall, 85. XXXIV
Falcon Hall, described, built by Lord Provost Coulter,
Alex. Falconar, and purchased by Merchant Co., 95 ; facade re-erected
in Newington, 96 and n. XXIV
Falcon Place, 204. XXXII
Falconar, Alex., 95. XXIV
Falconar, Alexander, merchant, 204. XXXII
Falconer, Alex., of Falconha1l, 206. XXV
Falconer, Colin, wigmaker, 113. XXV
Falconer, David, merchant, 141, 142. XXIII
Falconer, Jas., of Phesdo, 101, 105, 106. XXV
Falconer, Lord. See Kintore. XXVI
Falconer, Sir John, of Balmakellie, 105. XXV
Falconhall, mansion house of, 204. XXXII
Falkirk, 9, 12n, 14, 15, 99. XXXIV
Falkirk, battle of, 1745, 140. XXXII
Falkirk, shire of, 144. XXXV
Falkner, Andrew, junior, writing master, 16, 116n. XXXV
Falkner, Mr., 65, 101. XXX
Fall, Captain William, a pirate, 102. XXVIII
Falshaw, Sir Jas., Lord Provost, chairman of North British Railway, 37, 82, 86, 94n. XXXIII
Falside Castle, East Lothian, 19. XXXI
Farmer and Brindley, London, made statuary for New Medical School, 102. XXXIV
Farmer, James, teacher of writing, 125. XXXII
Farmers, 127, 129. XXXIII
Farquhar, Barbara H., authoress, 65, 126n. XXXV
Farquhar, Geo., and Spittalfield, 238. XXIV
Farquhar, George, 224. XXXII
Farquhar, Robert, teacher, 125. XXXII
Farquharson, Alexander, teacher, 125. XXXII
Farquharson, Captain, 120. XXXIII
Farquharson, James, Major, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 164, 168. XXXII
Farquharson, William, Surgeon, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 164. XXXII
Farrer, W., 147n. XXXV
Fast day, 35, 120n. XXXV
Faukener, Mr., 91. XXX
Fawcett, John, actor, 99, 161. XXXI
Fearnought, a Dunkirk privateer, 102. XXVIII
Fender, William, dagmaker, Canongate, 10n. XXXIV
Fenton, Thomas, Keeper of the Palace of Holyroodhouse, 2. XXXIV
Fenwick, Robt., incumbent of Episcopal Chapel, Leith, 224. XXII
fer léighinn : see lector. XXX
Ferdinand, Mrs., teacher of English, 125. XXXII
Fergus, Jas., W.S., 198. XXII
Fergus, John, architect, 13, 182. XXII
Fergus, Mrs., teacher, 126. XXXII
Ferguson, Adam, 9. XXIV
Ferguson, Andrew, 21. XXXIV
Ferguson, Cecilia, wife of Thos. Hart, surgeon, 170. XXIV
Ferguson, James, bailie, 72 rt. XXIII
Ferguson, Margt., heraldic painting work at Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Ferguson, Prof. Adam, 79. XXVI
Ferguson, Robert, M.P., 180 nn. XXXII
Ferguson, Robert, of Raith, 72 n. XXIII
Ferguson, Sir Adam, 85; Keeper of Scottish Regalia, serves in Peninsula, reads Lady of the Lake in the lines of Torres Vedras, 79 ; residence at Huntly Burn, revisits scenes of youth, 80. XXVI
Ferguson, W., shawl manufacturer, 55. XXXI
Ferguson, William, of Raith, 75. XXIII
Ferguson, William, teacher of languages, 126. XXXII
Ferguson’s, 58, 125n. XXXV
Fergusson, Alex., of Craigdarroch, wife a descendant of ‘bonnie Annie Laurie,’ 92. XXVI
Fergusson, Hary, teacher of fencing, 126. XXXII
Fergusson, John, son of Lord Kilkerran, in ‘Forty-Five, 25. XXVI
Fergusson, Joseph Gillon, w.s., 123. XXXIII
Fergusson, Miss, 87. XXX
Fergusson, Robert, poet, 121, 126, 127, 129, 139, 152, 156. XXXII
Fergusson, Robt., poet, 144. XXV
Fergusson, Robt., poet, inmate of Bedlam, 45. XXII
Fergusson, Sir Jas., Lord Kilkerran, 24; son tutored by Dr. Doddridge, hymn-writer, 25. XXVI
Fergusson, Sir Jas., Lord Kilkerran, his house in West Nicolson Street, 88, 89. XXII
Fergusson, Sir Jas. See Kilkerran, Lord. XXIV
Fergusson’s Croft, 65, 66. XXIII
Fergusson’s Croft, 21. XXXIV
Fermour, Patrick, merchant, 62, 126. XXV
Ferquhare, Eduard, merchant, 218. XXXII
Ferret, a convoy sloop, 95. XXVIII
Ferrier, General James, Lt.-Col., 94th Regt. (Scotch Brigade), 62. XXX
Ferrier, Jas., VV.S., 81. XXIV
Ferrier, Mrs., 112. XXX
Ferrier, Prof. J. F., 81. XXIV
Ferrier, Susan E., novelist, 81. XXIV
Ferrier, Susan, novelist, 195. XXV
Ferrier, Susan, novelist, 44. XXVI
Ferry Road, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Fettes College, 133. XXX
Fettes College, 207. XXXII
Fettes College, 77, 124. XXXIII
Fettes, Margaret, wife of Adam Bruce, 161, 163, 166, 167. XXVIII
Fettes Row, 116. XXXIII
Fettes Row, 143n ; building in 1825 in, 163. XXIX
Fettes, Sir William, Baronet, biographical and other
details from one of his Notebooks, 152-70; career and death of his son,
158-9, 167. XXVIII
Fettes, Sir William, Bt., Lord Provost, 167, 170-1. XXXII
Fettes, Sir William, Lord Provost, 133 and n. XXX
Fettes, Sir William, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, govemor of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 42, 48. XXIX
Fettes, William, of Laurencekirk, 153. XXVIII
Fettes, Wm., advocate, 121. XXXIII
feu farm, in the regality of Broughton, 7-9, 12ns. XXXIV
Fever Hospital : see City Hospital. XXXII
ffenwick, Rev. Mr, 120. [NOTE lower case ff] XXXIII
fforest, John, junior, merchant, 118. [NOTE lower case ff] XXXIII
Field, Cyrus, 81, 93n. XXXIII
Field Head House, Hawkshead, later home of Jessy Allan and John Harden at, 61. XXX
Fife, Earl of, resides at Canaan Lodge, 98. XXIV
Fife House, Potterrow, 70, 71. XXII
Fife, James, 4th Earl of, 142, 166. XXXI
Fife, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 126. XXXII
Fife, Robt., tailor, 121. XXV
Fife, Wm., Earl of, 63. XXVI
Figgate (Fegett) Burn, 101, 102, 104, 105,107. XXIII
Figgate Burn, 44. XXVII
Figgate Burn, 165. XXIX
Figgate burn, 79. XXXIV
Figgate, lands of, 108. XXIII
Figgate Whins, 179. XXXI
Figgins, Mr., solicitor, 57. XXIX
Fillyside, 210, 211 ; acquired by Wm. Miller, the second, 254. XXII
Fillyside, 63. XXIII
Findlater, Alexander, teacher, 126. XXXII
Findlay, John Ritchie, his Personal Recollections of De Quincey, 123. XXVI
Fine Arts, 22-3. XXVII
Fingal Place, 32, 33. XXX
Finlater, John, teacher, 126. XXXII
Finlay, —, surgeon apprentice, 55. XXIX
Finlay, Alexander, 159. XXXI
Finlay, James, 159. XXXI
Finlay, John, 159. XXXI
Finlay, John, 3, 4. XXXIV
Finlay, John, poet, 116. XXX
Finlay, Kirkman, M.P., of Toward, 90, 96-7, 159. XXXI
Finlay, Mrs, 110. XXXV
Finlay, Mrs. Janet, 159. XXXI
Finlay, W. F., W.S., 124. XXXIII
Finlayson, Eliz.: see Steven, Eliz. (Mrs John Finlayson). XXXIII
Finlayson, John, mathematical instrument-maker,
165-176; arrest and imprisonment, 167; burgess and guild brother, of
Edinburgh, 165, 174n; compound microscopes made by, 166, 167, 174n;
draughtsmanship of maps of Culloden and Great Britain, 167, 175n;
Jacobite Rising, 1745, 167; 175n; letter to Henry Baker, 166, 175n;
marriage, 166, 175n; ‘signature’, 166, 174. XXXIII
Finlayson, John, son of Killeith, 36. XXV
Finlayson, Matthew, of Killeith, lawsuit with Rollock of Pilton, 36. XXV
Finlayson, Mr., 72. XXX
Finlayson, Mrs John: see Steven, Eliz. (Mrs John Finlayson). XXXIII
Finlayson, Rev. Dr Thomas, 73, 127n. XXXV
Finlayson, Robt., son of Killeith, 36. XXV
Finlayson, Simon, 155. XXXV
Finnie, Wm., tailor, 121. XXV
Fire Brigade, 39. XXXIII
Fire of 1700, 129, 139, 151. XXIV
Fire of 1700, 91, 111. XXV
Firenze, Villa in Bruntsfield Place called, 196-7. XXXII
fireworks, 90, 130n. XXXV
Firth of Forth, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55; oyster beds. 53, seabed of the estuary, 55, 57n. XXXIII
Firth of Forth, 29. XXXIV
Fish stall, Stockbridge Market, 29. XXXIII
Fisher, Helen Anne, of Loretto, 143. XXVI
Fisher, James, teacher, 126. XXXII
Fisher, John, 84. XXVII
Fisher, Katherine, 17. XXXIV
Fisher, Mr, Edinburgh Skating Club “Cady”, 109. XXXIII
Fisher, R., teacher, 126. XXXII
Fisher, Reverend Mr., 72. XXX
Fisher, Richd., of Loretto, 95. XXVI
Fisher, Robert, baker, 134 and n. XXIX
Fisher, Thomas, merchant, treasurer of George Heriot’s Hospital, 134-7. XXIX
Fisheries and manufactures, 15. XXVII
Fisheries Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1882, 51. XXXIII
Fisherrow, 48. XXXIII
Fisherrow, dovecote at, 187. XXV
Fisherrow, sundial at, 102. XXVII
Fisher’s Close, Lawmnarket, 148. XXXII
fishing, 33, 68, 70-72, 74, 76-85, 87, 138. XXXV
fishing rod, 67, 81. XXXV
Fishmarket Close, 135, 143. XXV
Fishmarket Close, 30, 50. XXXIV
Fish-seller, sentence in 1738 on, 187-8. XXIX
Fishwives, 211-12. XXXII
Fishwives’ Causeway, 256. ‘ XXII
Fishwives’ Causeway, 63. XXIII
Fishwives, dress, 29; travelling by rail, 162, 164n. XXXIII
Fitzsimmons, Rev. William, 166. XXXV
Fives court proposed at Picardy, 29. XXV
Flahault, Auguste Charles, Comte de, 70, 156. XXXI
Flahault, Chas. de, aide-de-camp of Napoleon, French ambassador in London, 111. XXVI
Flahault, Isabella Keith, Comtesse de, 70, 156. XXXI
Flamborough, a convoy ship, 95, 96. XXVIII
Flanders, Mr, of British Rail, 164n. XXXIII
Fleeman, Jamie, laird of Udny’s fool, 37. XXVI
Fleming, Admiral Charles Elphinstone, 99, 161. XXXI
Fleming, Anne, spinner, 7, 13, 23. XXV
Fleming, Deskford, 29. XXV
Fleming, Heber, 7. XXV
Fleming, Jacob, 7, 25, 26. XXV
Fleming, John, report on siege of Edinburgh Castle, 1573, 11, 12n. XXXIII
Fleming, Margaret, 6. XXV
Fleming, Marjory, 175. XXVII
Fleming, Mary, 6. XXV
Fleming, Mrs. Catalina, 99, 161. XXXI
Fleming, Rev. Dr. Thos., Lady Yester’s Church, 76. XXVI
Fleming, Robert, 45, 49, 55. XXVII
Fleming, Robt., owner of Edinburgh Courant, 70. XXV
Fleming, Thomas, shawl manufacturer, 62. XXXI
Flesh Market, building beside North Loch of, 111. XXIX
Fleshers, 143. XXXIII
Fleshers’ Incorporation, 125. XXII
Fleshmarket, 24, 25, 26, 181, 187. XXII
Fleshmarket, 148, 149, 152. XXIII
Fleshmarket Close, 106. XXII
Fleshmarket Close, 127. XXXII
Fleshmarket Close, Coopers’ Tavern, 108; Paterson’s Tavern, 108. XXXIII
Fletcher, A., 84, 85. XXXIII
Fletcher, Andrew, Lord Milton, 7, 27. XXII
Fletcher, Andrew, of Milton, 198. XXV
Fletcher, Andrew, of Milton, feus lands of Dishflat and Meadowilat, 146. XXIII
Fletcher, Andrew, of Saltoun, 178. XXII
Fletcher, Andrew, of Saltoun, feuing in 1825 of land in South Back of Canongate of, 167. XXIX
Fletcher, Archibald, advocate, 108, 114. XXX
Fletcher, Gen. John, seventh of Saltoun, 63. XXVI
Fletcher, Janet, wife of Thomas Gordon, W.S., 120 and n. XXIX
Fletcher, John, capt. of artillery, 118. XXV
Fletcher, Mr and Mrs, 42, 58, 122n. XXXV
Fletcher, Mrs., 87, 90, 100, 106, 108, 111. XXX
Fletcher, Mrs. Archd., and cottage ‘called Egypt,’ 105. XXIV
Fletcher, Reverend David, minister of south-east parish of Edinburgh, 98. XXIX
Fletchers, 13, 14, 15, 16n. XXXIII
Flett, Dr. A. B., 164. XXVI
Flint, David, 15. XXVII
Flint, David, Dean of Guild, 81. XXXII
Flint, David, Secretary to Board of Manufactures, 4, 6, 9, 11, 16, 19, 29, 30 ; keeper of cambrics, 18. XXV
Flisk, Parson of, 105. XXIII
Flodden, 108, 109, 113, 114, 116 ; Scots army rendezvous at Ellem, 121. XXIV
Flodden, battle of, 202. XXXII
Flodden, battle of, 25, 73. XXXIV
Flodden Lodge, 86. XXIV
Flodden Wall, 4, 40, 50, 56, 65, 69, 70, 81, 82, 17 3. XXII
Flodden Wall, 136. XXIII
Flodden Wall, 198, 199, 200. XXIV
Flodden Wall, 140, 141, 155. XXV
Flodden Wall, 3, 20. XXVI
Flodden Wall, 3. XXVII
Flodden Wall, 25: and see Edinburgh – walls. XXXIV
Flodden Wall, 13n. XXIX
Flour mills, 85. XXXIII
Floyer, Sir John, physician and author, 59, 61. XXXIV
Flucar, David, 68-69. XXXIV
Flucar, Helen, 69. XXXIV
Flucar, Sir Thomas, chaplain, 69. XXXIV
Flucker, Marion, 94. XXV
Fluiris, 1, 12n, 20. XXXIV
‘Fluirs,’ Leith Walk, 56. XXIII
‘Flying Stationers,’ 10. XXIV
Foggo, Isabella, 44, 59. XXIX
Fogo, Dean of, 142, 145n. XXXV
Fogo, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Foley, A. J.: see Signor. XXXIII
Foley Dr, Prebendary of Cashel, 73. XXXIII
Foli, Signor, singer, 66, 89n. XXXIII
Food shortage, 17. XXVII
Footpath at Morningside, 171-2. XXVII
Forbes, A., teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 92. XXIX
Forbes, Anna, wife of Captain David Crichton, 135. XXIII
Forbes, Arthur, of Culloden, 73. XXVI
Forbes, Chas. Hay, 97. XXIV
Forbes, Dr. Robt., 142. XXIV
Forbes, Duncan, of Culloden, 141. XXIV
Forbes, Ed., Professor of Botany, Kings College, London, 50, 56n. XXXIII
Forbes, Hon. Andrew, 120. XXXIII
Forbes, Hugh, of Loretto, Clerk of Session, 108. XXVI
Forbes, Isabel, teacher, 126. XXXII
Forbes, James David, F.R.S., candidature in 1833 for Chair of Natural Philosophy of, 157. XXX
Forbes, Jas., sixteenth Lord Forbes, 120n. XXXIII
Forbes, John, of Newhall, 72 n. XXIII
Forbes, John, weaver, 14. XXV
Forbes Mackenzie Act, 1853, 140. XXX
Forbes, Mr., 67. XXX
Forbes, Mr., teacher, 117, 126. XXXII
Forbes, Mrs., 67-8, 70. XXX
Forbes, Mrs., 106, 162. XXXI
Forbes, Mrs., of Waterton, 224. XXXII
Forbes, Mrs., teacher, 126. XXXII
Forbes of Culloden, Duncan, 6, 91. XXV
Forbes Road, 200. XXXII
Forbes Road, 79 n. XXIV
Forbes, Sir Johm Stuart, of Greenhill, 205, 206, 208. XXV
Forbes, Sir John, 157. XXX
Forbes, Sir John Stuart, of Pitsligo, 80, 97; and church sites in Morningside, 79; and tolls, 103 ; and Bore Stone, 108. XXIV
Forbes, Sir William, 28-9. XXIX
Forbes, Sir William, of Pitsligo, 200, 201. XXXII
Forbes, Sir William, of Pitsligo, Bart., banker, Lord
Provost, opening in 1830 in Parliament Close of banking house of, 151 ;
building of Colinton House by, 88. XXX
Forbes, Sir William of Pitsligo, papermaking venture, 56-8 ; art interests, 76, 77, 79. XXVII
Forbes, Sir Wm., of Pitsligo, banker, 75, 110. XXVI
Forbes, Sir Wm., of Pitsligo, his banking house, 100. XXII
Forbes, Sir Wm., 7th Bt., of Pitsligo, 97, 100, 109 ; purchases Greenhill, 79. XXIV
Forbes, William, son of [Forbes, Sir William, of Pitsligo] : see Medwyn, William Forbes, Lord. XXX
Ford (Foord), Patrick, M.D., 67. XXV
Ford, Mr. John, glass manufacturer, Holyrood, 61. XXVIII
Fordyce, Mrs., aunt of Jessy Allan, 64. XXX
Forest, John, Master of the Merchant Company, 118n. XXXIII
forestairs, 27. XXXIV
Forester’s Wynd, 46. XXXIV
Forfeited Estates, 67. XXII
Forfeited Estates, 39, 42. XXXIV
Forfeited Estates, 49, 80 n. XXIII
Forgie, Mr. A. G., Edinburgh City Architect, on Statue of Charles II in Parliament Square, 171-9. XXVIII
Forglen, Alexander Ogilvy, Lord, Senator of College of Justice, property on Castlehill of, 20, 21 ; death in 1727 of, 20. XXX
Forglen’s Park, 181. XXII
Forman, Geo., 122. XXXIII
Forman, William, 125. XXIII
Forres Street, 143n. ; building in 1820s in, 150, 172. XXIX
Forrest, George, author of History and Antiquities of St. Leonards, 113, 128. XXIII
Forrest, Janet, wife of James Carnegie, writer, 123-4 and n. XXIX
Forrest, Jas., glazier, 121. XXV
Forrest, Jas., of Comiston, father of Lord Provost, 175. XXV
Forrest, John, merchant, 7. XXII
Forrest, John, merchant, 59, 61. XXXIV
Forrest, John, son of Sir Jas. Forrest, Lord Provost, 9. XXXIII
Forrest, John, teacher, 126. XXXII
Forrest, Mrs., 73, 107. XXX
Forrest, Richd., in Bristo, 60. XXII
Forrest Road, 189. XXXII
Forrest, Sir James, Lord Provost, 48, 53. XXII
Forrest, Sir James, of Comiston, 48, 123n. XXXV
Forrest, Sir Jas., Lord Provost, advocate, 37. XXXIII
Forrest, Sir Jas., of Comiston, and toll-bars, 104. XXIV
Forrest, Sir Jas., of Comiston, Bart., Lord Provost of
Edinburgh, 113 ; hero of ludicrous incident, active social and
political reformer, Disruption leader, 114; lays foundation of Scott
Monument, 115. XXVI
Forrester, Henry, of Corstorphine, 8, 14-16. XXXIV
Forrester, Robt., banker, 65. XXVI
Forrester, Sir John, Lord High Chamberlain of
Scotland, obtains charter of lands of Corstorphine, Drylaw, Nether
Liberton and Medowfield, 178. XXVII
Forrester, Thomas, 14. XXXIV
Forrester’s Wynd, 226. XXII
Forrester’s Wynd, 12. XXIV
Forrester’s Wynd, 214. XXV
Forrester’s Wynd, 132. XXIX
Forrester’s Wynd, 115, 130, 134, 144, 146, 150, 153. XXXII
Forrest’s Antiquities of St. Leonards, 235-6. XXIV
Forret, James, 94. XXIII
Forster, Captain, 121. XXVII
Forster, William Edward, M.P., English Endowed Schools Act of, 78. XXIX
Forsyth, Robert, Beauties of Scotland, 127 and n. XXX
Forth and Clyde Canal, 54, 55. XXXIII
Forth, Firth of, 141, 143. XXXV
Forth, Firth of, base for convoy ships against privateers, 81ff. XXVIII
Forth, River, 141-142. XXXV
Forth Street, 32, 33. XXV
Forth Street, 93. XXX
Fortune’s Coffee Room, 125. XXXIII
Fortune’s Tavern, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
Fortune’s Tavern, Lord Duncan entertained at, 13, 14. XXVI
Foster, John, 107. XXIX
Foster’s Wynd, 60. XXXIV
Fothergill, Dr G. A., 137, 140, 141, 142n. XXXIII
Fothergill, Dr., Stones and Curiosities of Edinburgh, 175. XXV
Fotheringham, Thomas, of Powrie, 224. XXXII
Foular, John, his Protocol Book, 83, 84, 94. XXIII
Foular, John, protocol book (1500-3) of, 19 and n. XXX
Foular, John, protocol books of, 131n., 134n. XXIX
Foulis Castle, dovecote at, 184. XXV
Foulis Close, 119. XXXII
Foulis Close, 58. XXXIV
Foulis, Dowager Lady Liston, 83. XXIV
Foulis, Geo., goldsmith, founder of Ravelston Foulises
and Master of King’s Mint, 160, 161, 162 ; tombstone in Greyfriars
Churchyard, 166. XXII
Foulis, Geo., of Ravelston, 179. XXVII
Foulis, George, first of Ravelston, 182. XXV
Foulis, George, goldsmith, communion cups presented to south-east parish church of Edinburgh by, 98. XXIX
Foulis, James, 95. XXIII
Foulis, Jas., of Colinton, 160. XXII
Foulis, Margt., second wife of Gilbert Kirkwood, 161, 162, 166; styled ‘the Ladie Pilrig,’ 165. XXII
Foulis, Robert and Andrew, printers, 72. XXVII
Foulis, Sir James, 102; leases paper mill, 52. XXVII
Foulis, Sir James, of Colinton, Lord Justice Clerk, 121 and n. XXIX
Foulis, Sir Jas., of Colinton, 213. XXV
Foulis, Sir John, of Ravelston, 182. XXV
Foulis, Sir John, of Ravelston, 179. XXVII
Foulis, Sir John, of Ravelston, 60. XXXIV
Foulis, Sir John, of Ravelston, 37 and nn., 38 and nn., 40. XXXII
Foulis, Sir John, of Ravelston, his Account Book, 166. XXII
Founding House : see Bell House, Castlehill. XXX
Fountain Close, 117, 123, 131, 140. XXXII
Fountain Close, 61. XXXIV
Fountain Well, Netherbow, 128. XXXII
Fountainbridge, 102, 103. XXIV
Fountainbridge, 213. XXV
Fountainbridge, 101. XXVI
Fountainbridge, 28, 189, 193, 208, 215. XXXII
Fountainbridge, 99. XXXIII
Fountainbridge, 42-43, 48, 52, 54, 82, 114. XXXIV
Fountainbridge, 163. XXXV
Fountainbridge, building in 1823 in, 145. XXIX
Fountainhall, Lord, 36 and n. XXXII
Fountainhall, Lord (Sir John Lauder, Bart.), 110. XXVI
Fountainhall, Lord (Sir John Lauder), 184. XXV
Fountainhall, Lord, and Covenanters, 115. XXVII
Fountainhall, Lord. See Lauder, Sir John. XXII
Fountainhall, Lord, son of John Lauder of Fountainhall, 112, 119n. XXIX
Fourth Foot, or, King’s Own Regiment, 55 and n., 59, 68. XXXII
Fowke, Capt. F., R.E., architect, 102. XXXIV
Foy, James, teacher of writing, 126. XXXII
Frame, Richard, 85. XXII
Frame, Robert, mason, 11. XXV
Frame, Robert, mason, builder of Chapel House, 85. XXII
France, 141, 166. XXXV
France, war with, and danger to shipping, 103-9. XXVIII
Franchise Act, 1833, 32. XXXIII
Francisque-Michel, 1. XXV
Francke, Sir William, curate, 69. XXXIV
Franco-German War, 1870, 35. XXXIII
Frank, John, advocate, 108. XXV
Frank, Jolm, W.S., 115. XXIX
Frankland, Wm., 22. XXV
Franklein, Miss L., 71. XXXIII
Franklin, Benjamin, and medical quack, 150. XXII
Franklin, Benjamin, his typefounding tools, 44, 46. XXVIII
Franklin, Sir John, 21, 44, 117n, 122n. XXXV
Franklin, T. B., 124. XXXIII
Fraser, …, paper maker, Polton, 56, 57. XXVII
Fraser, A. C., Professor, 66, 69, 78, 83, 96, 89n. XXXIII
Fraser, Alex., fifth of Phopachy, 60; his daughter Janet marries Rev. Lewis Reid, 61. XXVI
Fraser, Alexander, 164. XXXV
Fraser, Alexander, paintings in exhibition of 1810 by, 112. XXX
Fraser, Angus, 164. XXXV
Fraser, Captain James, 133. XXIII
Fraser, Catherine : see Smith, Catherine. XXXII
Fraser, Geo., deputy auditor of Excise, 190. XXII
Fraser, James, 125n. XXXV
Fraser, James, of Gortulleg, W.S., 224. XXXII
Fraser, Jas., of Torbreck, witnesses Simon, Lord Lovat’s execution, 60; purchases Torbreck and Balrobert, 61. XXVI
Fraser, John, 191. XXII
Fraser, John, teacher, 127. XXXII
Fraser, Luke, teacher, 108, 109, 127. XXXII
Fraser, Rev. Alexander, Glasgow, 60, 125n. XXXV
Fraser, Richd., burgess, 216. XXIV
Fraserburgh, convoy to ships trading with, 81, 85ff. XXVIII
Fraternité, a privateer of L’Orient, 104. XXVIII
Fraternity House, Leith, 141. XXXII
Frazer, Alexander, teacher, 127. XXXII
Frazer, James, 117. XXXI
Frazer, Mrs, 108. XXXIII
Frazer, Mrs., teacher of cookery, 127. XXXII
Frazer, Robert, barber and wigmaker, 154. XXXII
Frazer’s Hotel, Duddingston, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
Frederick Street, 64. XXVII
Frederick Street, 137. XXXII
Frederick Street, 125. XXXIII
Frederick Street, 21, 38, 46-47, 51-52, 138. XXXV
Free Church, 137. XXXV
Free Church Assembly, 44, 49. XXXV
Free Church Magazine, 14-15, 20. XXXV
Free Church of Scotland, 50. XXIX
Free Church of Scotland, 35, 36, 38, 40n, 89n. XXXIII
Free Church of Scotland College, The Mound, 53. XXX
Free Church, teachers study drawing at School of Design, 89. XXVII
Free Fishermen of Newhaven, Society of, 73. XXXIV
Free High Church, 92n. XXXIII
Free Libraries (Scotland) Act, 73, 91n. XXXIII
Free Library, 72, 73, 83. XXXIII
Free School, 120. XXXII
Free St Stephen’s, see St Stephen’s Free Church. XXXV
Free Traders, 38. XXXIII
Freebairn, James, teacher of French, 127. XXXII
Freebairn, Robert, printer, 128. XXVII
Freedom of city for architect of New Town, 8. XXIII
Freeman, Mr, Newcastle, 72. XXXV
Freemasons, 49. XXXIII
Freemasons and North Bridge, 191. XXII
Freemasons Hall, 70, 76. XXXIII
Freer, Dr. Adam, 141. XXIV
Freer, Mr, writer, Melrose, and family, 71, 73-74, 76, 79, 80, 85-87, 135. XXXV
Freestone, from Granton Quarry, 51. XXXIII
French Ambassador’s hotel, 135. XXV
‘French Congregation’ 7. XXV
French, James, teacher, 108, 127. XXXII
French, John, magister hospitii of the Abbey of Holyrood, 7, 21. XXXIV
French Prisons in Edinburgh Castle, 160-170; and see Castle of Edinburgh. XXXV
French privateers operating on East Coast of Scotland, 79, 109. XXVIII
French, Rev. J., 153. XXVI
Frew, Rev. Dr Robert, Stirling, 92, 130n. XXXV
Friar Preachers, 136, 137. XXIII
Friday Club, 122. XXVI
Friends Burial Place, Pleasance, 172. XXVII
Friends, Society of. See Quakers. XXII
Frierton, 8, 15. XXXIV
Frissell, James, 95. XXIII
Frithfield Baths, Leith, 65. XXXIV
Froude at Hermitage of Braid, 36, 37, 38. XXVII
Fullarton, Wm., of Rosemount, 72. XXIII
Fullerton, Adam, 57. XXXIV
Fullerton, John, bailie, son of [Fullerton, John, (Castlehill)], property on Castlehill of, 19, 22, 23. XXX
Fullerton, John, property on Castlehill of, 23. XXX
Fullerton, Robt., 33. XXIV
Fullwood, Jonathan, ‘merchant at Chapel of Ease,’ 212, 213 and n. XXIV
Fulton, George, teacher, 127, 131. XXXII
Fulton, James, mason, 129 and n. XXIX
Fulton, Robert, manufacturer of flowered silk and thread gauzes, 71. XXVII
Funerals, in Edinburgh in late nineteenth century, 214. XXXII
Furness, 147n. XXXV
Furnishers, 121. XXXIII
Furnishings, supplied by John Schaw & Son, 1755, 59-60. XXXIII
furniture and fumishings of the Boyd house: bookcase,
43, 67, 83, 87, 129n; chiffonier, 19, 22; curtains, 17; desk, 4;
mantelpiece, 6, 8, 51. XXXV
Furniture, supplied by Francis & Wm. Brodie, 1774, 59. XXXIII
Furniture Trades Operatives, National Union, 17. XXXIII
Furniture-makers of Edinburgh, 32-53. XXXII
Fyers, Thomas, 224. XXXII
Fyfe, Alexander, teacher of drawing and music, 127. XXXII
Fyfe, Andrew, Professor of Chemistry, Aberdeen, 95. XXVI
Fyfe, John, teacher of music, 127. XXXII
Fyfe, Mrs., teacher, 127. XXXII
Fyffe, Andrew, S.S.C., Councillor, 37. XXXIII
Fyffie, John, 18. XXXIV
Fyffie, Mariote, 18. XXXIV
Fyne, David, flax-dresser, 198. XXII

G

Gabriel’s Road, 3, 4, 9. XXIII
G1adstone’s ‘Land,’ 91. XXV
Gainsborough, Thos., artist, 88. XXXIII
Gairden, John, litster, 135. XXIII
Gairden, Mrs., teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Gairdner, Andrew, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen : see Gardner, Andrew. XXXII
Gairdner, Andrew, merchant and burgess, commissioned in 1804 in Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 188. XXIX
Gairdner, Ebenezer, linen manufacturer, father of [Gairdner, Andrew, merchant and burgess], 188. XXIX
Gairdner, Sir W. T., M.D., 151. XXVI
Gairdyne, Dr. Wm., 148. XXIV
Gairn, Adam. See Garden. XXIV
Gairns, John, dyer, 207. XXIV
Gairnshall (Gairneshall) and brewery, 214, 215; described, 207; owners of, 208; Picardy weavers and, 208-9. XXIV
Galachlaw, 139. XXXIII
Galashiels, 116. XXIX
Galashiels, 109. XXXIV
Galashiels, 78. XXXV
Galbraith, Robert, rector of Spot, 154. XXXV
Galbraith, Robert, rector of Spott, 93. XXIII
Gall, Franz Joseph, 181 n. XXXII
Gall, Wm., candidate, 1897, St. Leonards ward, 34, member of Independent Labour Party, 34. XXXIII
Gallery of Modern Art, proposal for erection in East Princes Street Gardens of, 59. XXX
Gallie, Messrs, florists, 98. XXXI
Galloway, George, 8th Earl of, 172. XXXI
Galloway, John, 7th Earl of, 171. XXXI
Galloway’s Close, 144. XXXII
Galloway’s ‘Land,’ 107. XXV
Gallowgate, supposed ancient name of Bristo, 56. XXII
Gallowgreen, 214, 215. XXV
Gallowgreen (or Spittalfield), 217; playground for College students, 237. XXIV
Gallowlee, 56. XXIII
Gallowlee, near Shrubhill, gallows at, 4, 6, 20. XXXIV
Galt, John, and Eskgrove, 180. XXV
Gamel, Dean of Fogo, 145n. XXXV
Gaol: see Jail. XXXIV
Gard(i)ner, Miss, 61, 125n. [CHECK does the (i) apply to this entry as well?] XXXV
Gard(i)ner, Miss Alexandrina, 82-83, 85, 125n, 129n. XXXV
Gard(i)ner, Mrs, 63, 82-83, 85, 103, 125n. [CHECK does the (i) apply to this entry as well?] XXXV
Gard(i)ner, Thomas, tea merchant, 85-86, 101, 125n. [CHECK does the (i) apply to this entry as well?] XXXV
Garden (or Gairn), Adam, of Greenhill, 75, 77; his property in St. Leonards, 227. XXIV
Garden (or Gairns), Jas., feuar in St. Leonards, 207. XXIV
Garden, Andrew, 227. XXIV
Garden, Francis, nephew of Lord Gardenstone, 88, 91. XXIV
Garden, Francis, of Troup (Lord Gardenstone) and Morningside House, 88 and n. XXIV
Garden, Janet, wife of Thos. Fairholm, 77. XXIV
Garden, John, 78, 207. XXIV
Garden, Mr., teacher, 128. XXXII
Garden, Wm., D.D., of Tolbooth Church, 102, 117. XXV
Gardener, at Archers’ Hall, 13, 16n. XXXIII
Gardener, John, 20. XXXIV
Gardenneuck, 69. XXIII
Gardiner, Agnes, 16. XXXIV
Gardiner, James, 163. XXXI
Gardiner, John, 163. XXXI
Gardiner, John, 22. XXXIV
Gardiner, Miss, 117. XXXI
Gardiner, Mrs. Sarah, 117, 163. XXXI
Gardiner, Reverend Matthew, 117, 163. XXXI
Gardiner, Thomas, 67. XXXI
Gardner, A. F., 138n. XXX
Gardner, Alexander, teacher of Church music, 128. XXXII
Gardner, Andrew, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163, 169. XXXII
Gardner, Isabella, 46. XXIX
Gardner, James, teacher, 128. XXXII
Gardner, Mr., 64, 65, 69, 72, 76, 90, 94, 95, 98, 103. XXXII
Gardner, Mrs., teacher, 128. XXXII
Gardner, Thomas, merchant, 19. XXV
Gardner’s Crescent, building in 1820s in, 150, 163; building in 1826 of United Associate Synod Chapel in, 172. XXIX
Gardyne, Charles Greenhill, 34. XXX
Garrick, David, 104. XXX
Garro, Peter, 12, 14. XXV
Gartly, 144. XXXII
Gartshore, Jas., ‘outed’ minister, 117. XXV
Gartshore, Jas., W.S., 67. XXVI
Gas Company, formation, 1817, 36, 40n. XXXIII
Gas Works, proximity to Bible Land, 45. XXXIII
Gascoigne, Charles, 224. XXXII
gaslight, 5, 107. XXXV
Gatehouse at Drumsheugh, 76, 77. XXV
Gatley, Alfred, and Craigentinny mausoleum, 231, 237. XXII
Gattonside, 74, 76. XXXV
Gattonside Bridge, 80. XXXV
Gavine, Thomas, merchant, 114 and n. XXIX
Gay, Miss, 69. XXX
Gayfield Place, 250. XXIV
Gayfield Place, 65. XXVII
Gayfield Place, 149. XXIX
Gayfield Square, building in 1820s in cess park adjoining, 158, 160, 163, 172. XXIX
Gayfield Square, inducements to feuars, quarry at, built in eighteenth century, notable residents, 250-1. XXIV
Ged, William, inventor of stereotyping, 19. XXVII
Gedd, The Misses, 128. XXXII
Geddes, Colonel, 74. XXXIII
Geddes, David, Excise, 224. XXXII
Geddes, Janet, teacher, 128, 140. XXXII
Geddes, Miss, governess (1818-1832) of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 45-8, 91. XXIX
Geddes, Sir Patrick, 91-92. XXXIV
Geddes, Sir Patrick, Professor of Botany, University College, Dundee, 36, 54, 57n. XXXIII
Geddie, John, The Water of Leith, 10n. XXX
Geikie, Sir Archd., 79, 93n. XXXIII
Geiloch, W., teacher, 128. XXXII
Gellatly, Mrs, 39, 91, 121n. XXXV
General Bland’s Dragoons : see King’s Dragoon Guards. XXXII
General Election, 1900, 31, 32, 34, 40n. XXXIII
General Johnston’s Regiment : see Johnston’s Regiment. XXXII
General Mordaunt’s Dragoons : see Tenth Dragoons (Prince of Wales’ Own Hussars). XXXII
General Post Office, 43. XXXIV
General Post Office, 157n. XXIX
General Register Office, building in 1823 of north side of, 145 and n., 151. XXIX
General Seymour’s Regiment : see Fourth Foot, or, King’s Own Regiment. XXXII
General Skelton’s Regiment : see Twelfth Foot, or, Suffolk Regiment. XXXII
General’s Entry, Bristo, Mrs. M’Lehose (‘Clarinda ‘)
resided in, 76-7 ; John Dickson’s houses in, 77 ; Major-General
Wightman’s lodging, 77-8. XXII
General’s Entry, Potterrow, 134. XXV
Gent, Frank, Edinburgh House Numbers, 60-6 ; A Forgotten Grave, 174-5. XXVII
Gentle Shepherd, Ramsay’s, 16. XXIV
Gentleman, Francis, actor and teacher of elocution, 128. XXXII
Gentlemen Bowlers of Edinburgh, 185. XXIX
Geoffrey of Monmouth, 143, 147n. XXXV
Geoffrey, sheriff of Edinburgh. 147n. XXXV
Geographical Institute, Duncan Street, 204. XXXII
Geological Socy., Edinburgh, 100. XXIV
Geological Survey, Scotland, 151. XXVI
George I, 34-35. XXXIV
George II, 47. XXIII
George II grants petition for ‘restoring peace and good government’ of Edinburgh, 10. XXVII
George III, 12, 13, 15, 44. XXIII
George III, 39. XXV
George Inn, Bristo, 65. XXII
George Inn, Bristo Street, 12, 25. XXIX
George IV, a contemporary account of visit to
Edinburgh in 1822 of, 65-167 ; effect of visit to Edinburgh in 1822 of,
65-6 ; surmnary of visit to Edinburgh in 1822 of, 65 ; arrival at Leith
in 1822 of, 97, 160 ; reported remarks during entry to Edinburgh in
1822 of, 101-2 ; loyal address received in 1822 by, 116 ; Drawingroom
held at Holyrood in 1822, by, 122-6, 159, 164 ; state procession from
Holyrood to Edinburgh Castle in 1822 of, 129, 131, 134, 165 ; cavalry
review held on Portobello Sands in 1822 by, 136-9, 165 ; presence at
Peers’ Ball in 1822 of, 142-4 ; presence at Caledonian Hunt Ball in
1822 of, 153-5. XXXI
George IV, banquet in Parliament House, 190 n. XXIV
George IV Bridge, 11 ; plans in 1820s for building of, 12, 143, 147 and n., 154-6, 160 and n., 165, 178 and n., 181 and n. XXIX
George IV Bridge, 44, 45, 54, 131, 158 ; contract in
1829 for building of, 142, 146; building in 1829-31 of, 144, 147, 152,
155 ; amount spent by 1831 on building of Johnston Terrace and, 151 ;
effect of lack of funds in 1831 on building of , 152. XXX
George IV Bridge, 80. XXXIII
George IV Bridge, 36, 43, 47, 49, 50, 52. XXXIV
George IV Bridge, 178 n. XXIV
George IV, donation to new High School of, 175 ; anniversary in 1827 of visit to Scotland of, 178. XXIX
George IV, preparation in 1831 for erection in George Street of statue of, 155. XXX
George IV, visit to Edinburgh, 1822, 16. XXXIII
George IV’s visit to city, 84. XXV
George IV’s visit to Edinburgh, 43. XXIII
George Square, 64, 88; new road to, 84; laid out, 173. XXII
George Square, 73. 5 XXIII
George Square, 78, 152, 248, 249. XXIV
George Square, 14, 25, 79. XXIX
George Square, 130, 150; list of inhabitants in 1773-98 not assigned to particular houses, 223-6. XXXII
George Square, 99; meeting of proprietors, 74; No. 22, 62, 69. XXXIII
George Square, 96, 98-100. XXXIV
George Square, 65. XXXV
George Square Garden, 15-17 ; proposed bowling green,
16; lawn tennis, illuminations, Queen Victoria and, 17 ; proprietors
petition Court of Session, 71. XXVI
George Square, importance of, 1-2 ; date of erection,
4; early rules and regulations, 5-6 ; higher standards of domestic
comfort, 7 ; horses and cows pastured, 7; riots and bloodshed, 7-10;
Scots Brigade in, 10-11 ; Camperdown victory celebrated, 11-14 : Whig
polling booth, 14; proposed erection of Usher Hall in, 15. XXVI
George Street, 62, 64. XXVII
George Street, 127, 128, 131, 134, 136; preparations in 1831 for erection of statue of George IV in, 155. XXX
George Street, 118, 139. XXXII
George Street, 125; Music Hall, 43, 65, 67, 69, 70, 72, 73, 75, 80, 81 No. 65a, 88n; No. 93a, 123n. XXXIII
George Street, 49. XXXV
George V, patron of Edinburgh Skating Club, 114. XXXIII
George Watson’s Hospital: see Watson’s (George) Hospital. XXXIII
George Watson’s Ladies’ College : see Watson’s (George) Ladies’ College. XXIX
Georgefield, 33, 38. XXIV
‘George’s Square Assembly Rooms,’ 119, 134; Walter Scott at, 28 ; Jas. Brown buys, 82-3. XXVI
Gerard, Wm. & Son, reconstruction in 1970 of Cross of Edinburgh, 154. XXXIII
Gervis, Lord, 105. XXX
Ghemar, L., artist, 49. XXX
ghrenology, 60. XXXV
Gianetti, Joseph, hairdresser, 68, 84, 118, 158. XXXI
Giant’s Brae, 7. XXXII
Gib, Adam, his manse in Nicolson St., 205 n. XXIV
Gib, Adam, Seceder minister, 75. XXII
Gib, James, 14. XXXIV
Gib, Robert, 14. XXXIV
Gibb and Macdonald, Messrs, shawl manufacturers, 57-9, 62-4. XXXI
Gibb, James, teacher, 128. XXXII
Gibb, John and Son, Aberdeen, contractors, acceptance in 1829 of estimates for proposed Dean Bridge submitted by, 168. XXX
Gibb, Robert, drawing of Tower of Merchiston by, 28 and n., 31-2. XXXI
Gibbet, 4. XXIII
Gibbet, 109, 114. XXXIV
Gibbet Loan, 154, 167, 168 and n., 218 n., 219, 221, 222, 232, 233, 234, 237, 238 n. XXIV
Gibbet Toll, 155, 178, 181. XXIV
Gibb’s Entry, 202, 204 ; derivation of name, 205 n. XXIV
Gibraltar House, 223. XXIV
Gibson : see Gibson-Craig. XXXI
Gibson, Alexander, 142. XXIX
Gibson, Alexander, master of Canongate grammar school, 127. XXIII
Gibson, Bartholomew, King’s Smith and Farrier,
Holyroodhouse, 208, 219-20 ; Quakers meet in house of, 216 ; obtains
from King a grant of land in New Jersey, 220-21. XXII
Gibson, David, tacksman of the eastways, 1720, and of the petty customs, Jock’s Lodge, 1723, 115. XXXIV
Gibson, Henry, G., 123. XXXIII
Gibson, James, 185. XXIX
Gibson, Jas., W.S.: see Gibson-Craig, Sir Jas. XXXIII
Gibson, Jean, dau. of Alexander Gibson, minister of
South Leith, and wife of Sir Hugh McCulloch of Pilton, 37, 38, 122,
210. XXV
Gibson, John, 22. XXXIV
Gibson, John, 11, 115n. XXXV
Gibson, John, Buccleuch St., 212, 213, 214, 215. XXIV
Gibson, John, manufacturer, Sciennes, 226. XXIV
Gibson, John, of Durie, 91. XXXIV
Gibson, John, of Stobwood, 122. XXXIII
Gibson, John, teacher in Heriot’s Hospital, 128. XXXII
Gibson, John, teacher of drawing, 128. XXXII
Gibson, Michael, tailor, 95. XXIX
Gibson, Mrs., teacher, 128. XXXII
Gibson, Peter, 80. XXVII
Gibson, R. and T., grocers, 134. XXX
Gibson, Sir Alexander Maitland, 176. XXIX
Gibson, Sir Alexander, of Durie, President of Court of Session, 126 and n. XXIX
Gibson, Sir James Puckering, Bart., M.P., Lord Provost, 134 and n., 136. XXX
Gibson, T. and R., haberdashers, Leith, 108. XXII
Gibson, Thomas, one-time head of the firm of R. & T. Gibson, 134. XXX
Gibson-Carmichael, Lady, 128, 164. [CHECK double-barrelled surname] XXXI
Gibson-Carmichael, Sir Thomas, 164. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Anne, 83, 86, 89, 104, 157, 166. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Cecilia, 83, 86, 89, 92, 106, 115, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Helen, 96, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, James, W.S., 67, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Jemima, 83, 96, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Joanna, 137, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Lady, 81, 90, 95, 142, 145, 151, 155, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Margaret, 81, 96, 134-5, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Mary, 83, 86, 89, 96, 105, 115-6, 132, 134, 157. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Sir James, 21, 117n. XXXV
Gibson-Craig, Sir James, 1st Bart., 85, 96, 98, 111, 135-6, 151, 155, 157, 161. XXXI
Gibson-Craig, Sir James, W.S. , chairman, Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway Co., 50. XXXIV
Gibson-Craig, Sir Jas., W.S., 120. XXXIII
Gibson-Craig, Sir William, 2nd Bart., 81, 84-5, 96, 117, 137, 157, 165. XXXI
Gifford, Ad�am, Lord Gifford, 96. XXXIV
Gifford, Adam, Lord, advocate, 43, 123. XXXIII
Gifford Park, 216. XXIV
Gifford, Thos., ‘smith and farrier,’ and Gifford’s Park, 215, 216. XXIV
Gifford, Wm., son of [Gifford, Thos., smith and farrier], 215. XXIV
Gifford’s Park, 143. XXXII
Gilbert, John, goldsmith, 136. XXIII
Gilbert, John Graham, portrait painter, 69, 90n. XXXIII
Gilbert, Peter,. brewer, 119. XXII
Gilbert, W. M., Edinburgh in Nineteenth Century, 66. XXVII
Gilbert, W. M., Edinburgh in the Nineteenth Century, 135n., 138n., 139. XXX
Gilchrist, John, teacher, 129. XXXII
Gilcomston Pikemen, 189. XXIX
Gild Court, earliest mention of, 82 ; duties, age and
importance, 83; relation to town council, 83-5 ; analysis of meetings,
85-6 ; composition, 86 ; regulations, 87, 89 ; records of, 88 ;
increase of building and, 89; subjects of dispute, 89-92 ; window
cases, 93-4; shop cases, 94-5; ruinous houses, 95; sanitation, 96-7 ;
furniture, 99. XXIII
Gild, Dean of. See Dean. XXIII
Giles, A., Across Western Waves and Home in a Royal Capital, 136n., 138n., 139n. XXX
Giles, Arthur, director of Robert Grant and Son, 131. XXX
Gillespie Crescent, 215. XXXII
Gillespie Crescent, 45. XXXIV
Gillespie, James, architect: see Graham, James Gillespie. XXX
Gillespie, James, bequest to Merchant Company of
Edinburgh of, 7; money lent in 1816 to Merchant Maiden Hospital by
trust of, 27. XXIX
Gillespie, James, snuff and tobacco merchant, 194. V XXXII
Gillespie, James, snuff mill at Colinton, 42. XXVII
Gillespie, Janet, wife of James Hamilton, merchant, 135n. XXIX
Gillespie, Robert, 19. XXXIV
Gillespie-Graham, Jas., architect, 177 and n. XXIV
Gillespie’s Hospital, 64. XXVI
Gillespie’s Hospital, 23 ; report in 1870 of Thomas J. Boyd on, 77-8. XXIX
Gillespie’s Hospital, 194. XXXII
Gillespie’s Hospital, building in 1802 of, 70. XXX
Gillespie’s Hospital, James, 52. XXXIV
Gillespie’s Hospital, James, 92, 130n. XXXV
Gillespie’s School, 78. XXIX
Gillespie’s School for Girls, 194, 195, 196. XXXII
Gillies, Adam, Lord, 90, 159. XXXI
Gillies, Lady 104-6, 108-10, 135-6, 151, 159. XXXI
Gillies, Mary, 86, 90, 95, 105-6, 159. XXXI
Gillies, Mr., 102. XXX
Gillies, Mrs, junior, 98, 132n. XXXV
Gillies, R. P., Memoirs of a Literary Veteran, 125. XXVI
Gillies, Rev. Francis, 7, 13, 17, 19, 21, 35, 44, 54, 56, 60, 90, 94, 100, 102, 110, 114n, 137. XXXV
Gilliland, Jas., jeweller, 89. XXIV
Gilliland, Jas., jeweller, 170. XXXIII
Gillis, Bishop, and state of Irish in Cowgate, 51. XXII
Gillis, Rt. Rev. Dr J., 101, 132n. XXXV
Gillon, Andrew, of Wallhouse, 122. XXXIII
Gillon, Wm. Down, of Wallhouse, 122. XXXIII
Gillsland Park School, 195. XXXII
Gillsland Road, 206. XXXII
Gilmerton, 83-84, 89, 109-110. XXXIV
Gilmerton, Drum House, 150, 151, 152, 155n. XXXIII
Gilmerton House, ice house at, 142. XXVIII
Gilmerton, lands of, 27. XXVII
Gilmor, John, teacher of writing, 129. XXXII
Gilmore Place, 191, 193, 194, 205, 206. XXXII
Gilmore Place, 52. XXXIV
Gilmore, William, ropemaker, 191. XXXII
Gilmour, Dugald Little, Major General, 122. XXXIII
Gilmour, Mrs Little, 116. XXXIII
Gilmour, Robt. Little, W.S., 157. XXVI
Gilmour, Sir John, of Craigmillar, 121n. XXIX
Gilmour, Wm. Chas. Little, of Liberton and Craigmillar, resides in Dalrymple House, Bristo, 80. XXII
Gilmuir, Margaret, 13. XXXII
Gilson, Cornforth, teacher of music, 129. XXXII
Gilsone, Andrew, 132. XXIII
Giraud, Reginald, French ambassador, 2. XXXI
Girdwood, James, widow of, 16. XXXIV
Girth Cross, 134. XXV
Girvan, Thomas, teacher, 129. XXXII
Giudi, 143, 146n. XXXV
Gladestane, James, teacher, 129. XXXII
Gladestane, Thomas, 129. XXXII
Gladstanes, Thomas, of Leith, grandfather of W. E. Gladstone, 203. XXXII
Gladstanes, Thos., partnership with Dr. Thos. Steel, 93 and n. XXIV
Gladstanes, Wm., in Marchcleugh, 251. XXIV
Gladstone, Albert, 120. XXIX
Gladstone, Anna, daughter of [Gladstone, Albert], 120. XXIX
Gladstone, Halbert, 131. XXVII
Gladstone, Thos., merchant, Leith, grandfather of statesman, 121. XXII
Gladstone, William Ewart, 129, 203. XXXII
Gladstone, Wm. Ewart, Prime Minister, 32, 65, 86, 89n;
commissioned 1885, Cross of Edinburgh, 150, 154, 155n; letter to Lord
Provost of Edinburgh, 156. XXXIII
Gladstone’s Land, 113. XXIX
Gladstone’s Land, 30-31, 55n. XXXIV
Glasgow, 44, 48, 93, 109. XXXIV
Glasgow, 60, 143. XXXV
Glasgow Academy, 28; choir, 28. XXXIII
Glasgow and West of Scotland Association for the Protection of Labour, formation, 1831, 18. XXXIII
Glasgow, archbishop of : see Paterson, John. XXIX
Glasgow, Bridewell of, 170 ; alterations in 1828 to Court of Justiciary circuits at, 180. XXIX
Glasgow, Countess of, 225. XXXII
Glasgow Courant, 176n. XXXIII
Glasgow, diocese of, 141. XXXV
Glasgow, earldom of, 20. XXVI
Glasgow, Elizabeth, Countess of, 134. XXVI
Glasgow Festival Orchestra, 43. XXXIII
Glasgow Herald, 41n. XXXIII
Glasgow Herald, The, 135n. XXX
Glasgow, John Blackie junior, Lord Provost, 36;
National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, 18, 19, 22; City of Glasgow
Bank, 35; committee of Trades delegates, 19, 23; firemaster, 33;
Greyfriars Church, 91n; Scottish Patriot, published, 23; trade unionists, 18, 23. XXXIII
Glasgow Journal, 176n. XXXIII
Glasgow, plans in 1829-30 for building of railway between Edinburgh and, 146, 149, 150. XXX
Glasgow Road, 42, 50, 52. XXXIV
Glasgow Skating Club, 104, 106; President, 104, 105. XXXIII
Glasgow, the, a convoy ship, 78 and n., 79n., 80, 86, 87, 88, 92, 95, 96. XXVIII
Glasgow Trades Delegates, 23. XXXIII
Glasgow University: see University of Glasgow. XXXIII
Glasgow Weekly Liberator, 26. XXXIII
Glasite Church, 45. XXVI
Glass, John, animal painter, 87. XXVII
Glass works, 18, 125. XXVII
Gledstanes, Patrick, tenant in Bristo, 58. XXII
Glen, Alex., W.S., owner of Rosehall property, 182. XXIV
Glen, Rev. John, 154. XXVI
Glen, Robert, burgess, 137. XXIII
Glen, William, 137. XXIII
Glencairn, Wm., thirteenth Earl of, his house in West Nicolson Street, 89. XXII
Glencorse, 28, 54. XXVII
Glencorse, Lord. See Inglis, John. XXVI
Glencorse, 147n. XXXV
Glendinning, Simon, teacher, 129. XXXII
Glenelg, Charles, Lord, 70, 73, 75, 117, 146-7, 155-6. XXXI
Glenfinlas Street, building in 1826 in, 172. XXIX
Glengell, 2. XXXIV
Glengelt, 142. XXXV
Glengyle Lodge, 197. XXXII
Glengyle Terrace, 192, 193, 205. XXXII
Glenlivet whisky, presentation to George IV in 1822 of bottles of, 134, 165. XXXI
Glenorchy, Lady, friend of John Wesley, builds
undenominational chapel at North Bridge, owns Barnton estate, her three
burials, 55. XXVI
Glenorchy, Lord (later 2nd Marquis of Breadalbane), 47. XXXIV
Glentochar, 3. XXIX
Gloag, Dr, of Blantyre, 91n. XXXIII
Gloucester Place, building in 1823 in, 146. XXIX
Glover, Geo., surgeon, 122. XXXIII
Glover, Rev. Dr William, Greenock, 94, 107, 131n. XXXV
Goat, Thibetan shawl, 57. XXXI
Goat Whey, 26. XXVII
Godbairnes Croft, 144. XXIII
Godbairnscroft, 2, 21. XXXIV
Goddard, Arabella (Mrs Davison), 71, 91n. XXXIII
Godfrey, Jane, second wife of Wm. Miller, engraver, 215. XXII
Gododdin, 143, 146n. XXXV
Godskirk, Robert, teacher of writing, 129, 133. XXXII
Godskirk, Robt., writing master, 211. XXIV
Go1dsmiths’ Hall, 12, 248. XXIV
Golden Square Church, Berwick-upon-Tweed, 78, 92n. XXXIII
Goldie, Archd. W., Secy. and Treas. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 106, 114, 122; resignation, 114. XXXIII
Goldie, John, teacher, 129. XXXII
Goldie, Mr, missionary, 40, 121n. XXXV
Goldie, W. A., 123. XXXIII
Goldsmith, Oliver, 20. XXVII
Goldsmith, Oliver, 75. XXIX
Goldsmith, Oliver, 58. XXXV
Goldsmith, William, Bailie, property on Castlehill of, 19. XXX
Goldsmiths, 161, 162 ; Edinburgh chief centre for ;
trade as bankers ; summoned by Lords of Council; Gilbert Kirkwood,
deacon of, 163. XXII
Goldsmiths, 170, 172; Incorporation of, 172. XXXIII
Goldsmith’s Hall, 7. XXVIII
Goldsmiths, in Edinburgh in seventeenth century, 218-21. XXXII
golf, at Bruntsiield Links, 38. XXXIV
golf courses: Leith, 78; Juniper Green, 86; Barnton, 89. XXXIV
Golf, playing of, 119, 131-6, 138, 139, 149. XXVII
Golfhall, 195. XXXII
Gones, John : see Jones, John. XXXII
Good, Elizabeth, 12. XXV
Good, Geo., 140. XXXIII
Good Templars, International Order of, 33, 40n. XXXIII
Goodall, John, Professor of Hebrew, 129. XXXII
Goodfellow, Jas., author of The Print of His Shoe, 156 and n., 166, 189; and Broadstairs House, 171 and n. ; and Rosehall, 182. XXIV
Good’s Land, College Wynd, 142. XXXII
Good’s Liberton, 202. XXIV
Goods Station between Scotland Street and Rodney Street Tunnels, 1851, 160. XXXIII
Goodsir, John, anatomist, 122. XXVI
Goold, Rev. Dr. W. H., 30. XXVI
Goosedub (or Yardhall), 209, 213, 214. XXIV
Gordon, Alexander, of Rockville, 92. XXXIV
Gordon, Alexander, son of laird of Braid, 33. XXVII
Gordon, Catherine, wife of Richard Mills, clockmaker, 123. XXIX
Gordon, Charles, of Cluny, 183. XXV
Gordon, Charles, of Cluny, 33; buys Braid, marries daughter of laird of Mortonhall, builds Hermitage of Braid, 25. XXVII
Gordon, Charlotte, 33, 34. XXVII
Gordon, Chas., of Cluny, W.S., proprietor of Braid estate, daughter Joanna marries seventh Earl of Stair, 64. XXVI
Gordon, Cosmo, member of Poker Club, 33. XXVII
Gordon, David, invention of portable gas lamp by, 175n. XXIX
Gordon, Geo., Lord Haddo: see Haddo, Geo. Gordon, Lord. XXXIII
Gordon, Geo., third Earl of Aberdeen: see Aberdeen, Geo. Gordon, third Earl of. XXXIII
Gordon, George, fifth Duke of, 31. XXII
Gordon, George, 5th Duke of, 78, 157. XXXI
Gordon, Henrietta, of Newhall, 70. XXVI
Gordon, Hon. Alex., 68, 103. XXVI
Gordon, J., 83. XXXIII
Gordon, Jane, Duchess of, and Henry Erskine, 132. XXVI
Gordon, Jane, Duchess of, and reputed granddaughter of Charles II, 226. XXII
Gordon, Jas., of Rothiemay, view of Edinburgh Castle, 1647, 11, 12, 12n. XXXIII
Gordon, Joanna, 33 ; secretly marries John, 7th Earl of Stair, raises action for declarator of marriage, 34. XXVII
Gordon, John, 106-8, 116. XXXI
Gordon, John, and clock at Holyroodhouse, 42-3. XXIII
Gordon, John and Co., 63. XXXI
Gordon, John, Deputy-Lieutenant for Inverness-shire,
illegitimate children, various mills, extensive landowner, expels
crofters, 35. XXVII
Gordon, John, factor to Duke of Gordon, owner of Cluny estate, 33. XXVII
Gordon, John, of Braid, son of [Gordon, John, Deputy-Lieutenant for Inverness-shire], property contested by relatives, 36. XXVII
Gordon, John, Rotterdam, 6, 16. XXV
Gordon, John Thomas, Sheriff of Midlothian, 10, 98, 115n, 132n. XXXV
Gordon, Lauchlan Duff, of Park, W.S., 224. XXXII
Gordon, Lord Adam, 77 ; effects repairs at Holyroodhouse, 44-5. XXIII
Gordon, Lord Adam, 13 ; and Scots Brigade, 10-11. XXVI
Gordon, Mary, daughter of laird of Braid, 33. XXVII
Gordon, Mrs., 62-3, 80. XXX
Gordon, Mrs, 70. XXXV
Gordon, Mrs. Betty, 43-4. XXXII
Gordon, Mrs, landlady of Archers’ Hall, 14, 15, 16n. XXXIII
Gordon, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 129. XXXII
Gordon of Cocklarichie, 46. XXVI
Gordon of Gight, Catherine, 112 ; marries John, Lord Byron, mother of the poet, causes scene in Edinburgh theatre, 113. XXVI
Gordon of Rothiemay’s Plan of Edinburgh, 178 n. XXIV
Gordon, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Gordon, Rev. James, parson of Rothiemay, his View of Edinburgh, 1647, 25, 31. XXXIV
Gordon, Sir John Watson, 89. XXVII
Gordon, Sir John Watson, 20, 38, 117n, 121n. XXXV
Gordon, Sir John Watson, P.R.S.A., exhibition by Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 of work of, 143 and n. XXX
Gordon, Sir John Watson, R.A., portrait of Roderick Gray by, 51. XXIX
Gordon, Sir Robt., of Gordonstown, 205, 209. XXII
Gordon, Thomas, clockmaker, 40 and nn. XXXII
Gordon, Thomas, W.S., 120 and n. XXIX
Gordon, William, teacher, 129. XXXII
Gordon-Cathcart, Lady, treatment of crofters, 36. XXVII
Gorgie, 191. XXXII
Gorgie, 114. XXXIV
Gorgie, lands of, offered for weaver’s settlement, 8. XXV
Gorgie Mills, 55. XXV
Gorgie, Robt., in Bristo, 61. XXII
Gorgiemuir, 6 and n. XXXI
Gosford, 10. XXXV
Gosford’s Close, Lawmnarket, 114, 120. XXXII
Goshen, 94. XXIV
Gothic Porch, Holyrood, demolished, 13. XXVII
Gough Collection, plan of city’s property in New Town, 149, 151, 154. XXIII
Gough, Hugh, 1st Viscount, 56, 124n. XXXV
Gourlay, James, 20. XXXIV
Gourlay, Robert Fleming, 49 ; Plan for the Improvement of Edinburgh, 1827, 43-4; letter in 1827 to the editor of the Caledonian Mercury from, 43-4; Lines of Communication in and about Edinburgh, 1852, 52, 53-4 ; The Best Site for Trinity College Church, 1855, 50; View of the High Waverley Bridge from the West as it may be, 52; Edinburgh as it now is – and may be, 1855, 53 ; First Prize Design for laying out the Meadows – Edinburgh, compared with design yet unprized, 1855, 53-4. XXX
Gourlay, Robert, merchant, 125. XXX
Gourlay, Robt., his mansion, 143. XXV
Govan, James, tailor burgess, 131 and n. XXIX
Govan, Medusa built at, 53. XXXIII
Govan, William, Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 169. XXXII
Govanlock, Alexander, 132 and n. XXIX
Gow, Peter, teacher, 130. XXXII
Gowans, Sir Jas., biographical details, 38, 41n; Councillor, building contractor, railway engineer, 37. XXXIII
Gown-keeper, to Writers to the Signet, 14. XXXIII
Gracemount, 138. XXXIII
Graeme, Christina, 92. XXXI
Graeme, Robert, 92. XXXI
Graeme, Walter, alias Nicol, 74. XXIII
Grafton Restaurant, Tollcross, 191. XXXII
Graham, Brigadier-General Samuel, 164, 170. XXXII
Graham, Captain, 123. XXXIII
Graham, Dr. James, medical quack, acquainted with
Benjamin Franklin, 150 ; Sir Walter Scott and, 151 ; his Temple of
Health; assisted by Emma, Lady Hamilton, 152 ; lectures in Mary’s
Chapel; repetition of lecture prohibited, 153 ; tirade against
magistrates ; committed to Tolbooth ; protests, 154 ; Prof. John Hope
and, 155 ; preaches in prison ; advocates vegetarianism ; his book
entitled Guardian of Health, Happiness and Long Life, 157;
wants to build house on Arthur’s Seat ; eccentricities of dress;
habits; styles himself ‘The Servant of the Lord,’ 158; death, 159. XXII
Graham, Geo., of Kernock, wine merchant, Nicolson St., 94. XXVI
Graham, Gillespie: see Graham, Jas. Gillespie, Councillor, architect. XXXIII
Graham, H. G., The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century, 126n. XXX
Graham, Henry Grey, historian, 106. XXVI
Graham, Hugh, teacher, 130. XXXII
Graham, James Gillespie, architect, 41. XXXI
Graham, James Gillespie, architect, 46. XXXIV
Graham, James Gillespie, architect, connection with Dean Bridge project of, 167, 168n. XXX
Graham, James, son of [Graham, Hugh, teacher], teacher, 130. XXXII
Graham, Janet, 14. XXXIV
Graham, Jas. Gillespie, Councillor, architect, 37. XXXIII
Graham, John: see Gilbert, John Graham. XXXIII
Graham, John, bailie depute of Broughton, possibly parson of Sanday, Orkney, 2, 10n. XXXIV
Graham, John, jeweller, owner of Rosehall property, 182, 183. XXIV
Graham, John, painter, 75, 76, 80; ‘public teacher of art,’ 77 ; nature of teaching, 79. XXVII
Graham, John, procurator fiscal, Canongate, 5. XXXIV
Graham, Lady Christian, 52. XXVI
Graham, Lady Margaret, 7. XXXI
Graham, Mrs., teacher, 130. XXXII
Graham, Nicol, of Gartmore, 124. XXVI
Graham, P., artist, 88. XXXIII
Graham, R. B. Cunninghame, author of Doughty Deeds, 124. XXVI
Graham, Robert, 14. XXXIV
Graham, Robt., of Gartmore, M.P. for Stirling-shire, admired by Burns, literary interests, writes verses, commemorated in Doughty Deeds, 124. XXVI
Graham, Thos., M.P. for Kinross, 94. XXVI
Graham, Walter, of Merchiston Lodge, 206. XXV
Graham, William, jeweller burgess, 135. XXIX
Graham, William, probably of Gartmore, 14, 15n. XXXIV
Graham, William, teacher, 39, 46, 121n. XXXV
Grahame, Archibald, 132. XXIII
Grahame, James, 23, 25, 27, 117n. XXXV
Grahame, Miss, 63, 64. XXX
Grahame, Mr., 62. XXX
Grahame, Mrs., 62. XXX
Grainger & Miller, railway engineers, 164n. XXXIII
Grainger, Thos., chief engineer, 160. XXXIII
Grainger, William, teacher of writing, 130. XXXII
Granary : see Bakers’ Incorporation ; Edinburgh, Town Council of. XXX
Grand National Consolidated Trades Union, foundation, 1833, 18, 24. XXXIII
Grandpré, John, teacher of French, 130. XXXII
Grange, 70, 168, 170, 178. XXIV
Grange, 81, 89. XXXIV
Grange House, 199. XXV
Grange House, 107. XXVII
Grange House, 52. XXXIV
Grange House, Prince Chas. Edward at, 227 n. XXIV
Grange, James Erskine, Lord, letter of 1707 to governors of Merchant Maiden Hospital of, 6 and n., 82. XXIX
Grange, lands of, 18. XXVI
Grange Loan, 202. XXXII
Grange Loan, 52, 114. XXXIV
Grange Loan, 76, 94, 98, 171-2 and n. ; tollbar at, 103, 156 n., 171, 191. XXIV
Grange of St. Giles, 184. XXIV
Grange of St Giles, 38. XXXIV
Grange residents, 42. XXXIII
Grange Road, 205. XXXII
Grangegates, 114-115. XXXIV
Grant, Anne, 159. XXXI
Grant, Campbell, 58 and n., 85-6. XXIX
Grant, Capt. Alex., of Ballindalloch, 67. XXVI
Grant, Capt. Jas. Ludovick, 67. XXVI
Grant, Catherine Anne, 132, 165, 167. XXXI
Grant, Charles, of Aldourie: see Glenelg, Charles, Lord. XXXI
Grant, Colquhoun, 41. XXV
Grant, David, merchant, 237. XXIV
Grant, David, teacher, 130. XXXII
Grant, Dr. William, 156. XXXI
Grant, Elizabeth, 67, 74-6, 87-90, 92, 95, 102, 104, 106, 112-13, 120-1, 136, 165. XXXI
Grant, Elizabeth, of Rothiemurchus, and Mrs. Jobson of Lochore, 88. XXVI
Grant, Francis, of Kilgraston, 87. XXVI
Grant, Francis, of Kilgraston, 165. XXXI
Grant, Francis, President of The Royal Scottish Academy, 122. XXXIII
Grant, Frederick William, of Grant, 160. XXXI
Grant, Gen. Sir Jas. Hope, Commander-in-Chief at Madras, 87. XXVI
Grant, James, 49 ; Cassell’s Old and New Edinburgh, 127 and n., 130n., 141n. XXX
Grant, James Murray, 12th of Glenmoriston, 89, 159. XXXI
Grant, James, of Burnhall, W.S., 162. XXXI
Grant, Jane, letters describing George IV’s visit in 1822 to Edinburgh of, 67-167. XXXI
Grant, Jas., author of Old and New Edinburgh, 27, 95. XXVI
Grant, Jas., author of Old and New Edinburgh, birthplace of, 213 and n. XXIV
Grant, Jas., Old and New Edinburgh, and Picardy weavers, 1, 2. XXV
Grant, Jean, wife of Wm., Lord Braco, 70. XXII
Grant, John, 67, 73. 75, 92-3, 97, 137, 150. XXXI
Grant, John, of Kinchirdy, 130. XXVI
Grant, John, tailor, 115. XXV
Grant, Lady, 67, 73, 75-6, 87, 93, 103-4, 113, 121, 133, 137, 147. XXXI
Grant, Lt.-Gen. Francis, of Dunphail, 67. XXVI
Grant, Major John, East India Company, 130. XXVI
Grant, Mary Frances, letters describing George IV’s visit in 1822 to Edinburgh of, 67-167. XXXI
Grant, Mr, printer, 115. XXXIII
Grant, Mrs. Anne, 132, 165. XXXI
Grant, Mrs. Helen, 103, 162. XXXI
Grant, Mrs. Mary, 92, 106, 160. XXXI
Grant, Mrs. Penuel, 67. XXVI
Grant, Patrick, 89. XXXI
Grant, Patrick, Lord Elchies, and Tailors of Canongate, 102. XXII
Grant, Reverend Dr., 96. XXX
Grant, Reverend Mr., teacher, 130. XXXII
Grant, Robert and Son, publishers and booksellers, 131. XXX
Grant, Robt., writer, 108. XXV
Grant, Robt., writing master, 125. XXV
Grant, Sir Alex., Principal of Edinburgh University, 73, 74, 91n. XXXIII
Grant, Sir Alex., Principal of University, 7. XXVII
Grant, Sir Francis J., Lord Lyon King of Arms, his ancestry, 240. XXII
Grant, Sir Francis J., W.S., 150. XXVI
Grant, Sir Francis, President of Royal Academy, 87. XXVI
Grant, Sir Jas., of Grant, M.P., 67 ; raised two regiments, model landlord, 62. XXVI
Grant, Sir John Peter, M.P., 9th laird of Rothiemurchus, 67-154 passim. XXXI
Grant, Sir Ludovick, 62. XXVI
Grant, Sir Ludovick, of Grant, 122. XXVI
Grant, The Misses, teachers, 130. XXXII
Grant, William, 67, 70, 74-5, 77-9, 83-5, 87, 90-1,
96-8, 101, 103, 107-8, 110-111, 114-119, 122-3, 125-6, 128-9, 134, 153,
163. XXXI
Grant, William, 225. XXXII
Grant, William, advocate, 23. XXX
Grant, William, Lord Prestongrange, 27. XXII
Grant, William, of Prestongrange, Lord Advocate, 64 and n., 103, 104. XXXII
Grant, Wm., of Congalton, member of Edinburgh Skating Club, 99, 118; portrait, 99, 101, 106. XXXIII
Granton, 2. XXXII
Granton, 56, 75, 76; branch railway to Trinity, 160;
gas works, 56; proposed branch railway line, 159; shore, 50; tannery,
54. XXXIII
Granton, 51, 79. XXXIV
Granton Biological Station: see Scottish Marine Station. XXXIII
Granton Castle dovecot, 170. XXVII
Granton Castle, dovecote at, 154, 191. XXV
Granton Harbour, 48, 51, 55, 159; Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 162. XXXIII
Granton Marine Station: see Scottish Marine Station. XXXIII
Granton Point, flood at quarry, 51-52; Greenland whale, 55; quarry at, 51-52, 55, 56, 57n, 152. XXXIII
‘Grass Yard,’ 40. XXII
Grassmarket, 60, 148. XXIII
Grassmarket, 134, 141. XXV
Grassmarket, 3, 61. XXVII
Grassmarket, 116, 189, 214. XXXII
Grassmarket, 25-26, 49, 50, 114. XXXIV
Grassmarket, proposal in 1824 for building of road to
connect Lawnmarket and, 155; proposal in 1825 for building of Victoria
Street from George IV Bridge to, 160. XXIX
Gravedigger, 46. XXXIII
Gravenbrook, Jacob, 13, 23. XXV
Gray, Adam, 129. XXIII
Gray and Howieson, Messrs, shawl manufacturers, 60, 62, 64. XXXI
Gray, Ann, 105. XXX
Gray, Betty, Haddington, 13. XXV
Gray, Councillor, 93. XXXV
Gray, Dr, 20, 117n. XXXV
Gray, Elizabeth, fifth daughter of John, twelfth Lord, wife of Sir Philip Ainslie of Pilton, 39. XXV
Gray, Hugh, 185. XXIX
Gray, Isobel, wife of Robert Fisher, baker, 134 and n. XXIX
Gray, James & Son, ironmongers,133. XXX
Gray, James, ironmonger, 68-70, 72-76, 127n. XXXV
Gray, Janet, 3. XXXIV
Gray, Jas., classical master, High School, 30. XXVI
Gray, John, 60. XXIV
Gray, John, 30, 119n. XXXV
Gray, John, shawl manufacturer, 60. XXXI
Gray, John, tacksman of petty customs, W. Port, and of the west ways, 115. XXXIV
Gray, John, teacher, 130. XXXII
Gray, John, W.S., 46. XXXI
Gray, Miller, first curator of Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 251. XXIV
Gray, Miss, 87. XXXV
Gray, Mr., teacher, 130. XXXII
Gray, Rev. Mr, 67, 126n. XXXV
Gray, Robert, merchant, 97. XXIII
Gray, Roderick, factor of Merchant Maiden Hospital estates at Peterhead, 51. XXIX
Gray, Sir William, 104. XXIX
Gray St., aristocracy in, 178. XXIV
Gray, W. F., An Edinburgh Miscellany, 135n. XXX
Gray, W. Forbes, Edinburgh in Lord Provost Drummond’s Time, 1-24. XXVII
Gray, W. Forbes, Gleanings from Scottish Exchequer Reports, 38-62. XXIII
Gray, W. Forbes, Notes on the History of Pilton, 34-45. XXV
Gray, W. Forbes, The Lands of Newington and their Owners, 152-97. XXIV
Gray, W. Forbes, The Royal Exchange and other City Improvements, 1-27 ; prepares; for press article in this volume entitled Easter and Wester Crofts of Bristo, 56 n. XXII
Gray, William Forbes, St. John Street : An Early Civic Improvement, 59-75 ; obituary notice, App. p. 6 ; an Appreciation, 180-7. XXVIII
Grayfield Toll, 188. XXIV
Gray’s Close, 13. XXV
Gray’s Close, 121. XXIX
Gray’s Close, Cowgate, 132, 149. XXXII
Gray’s Court, Nicolson Street, 82. XXII
Great Britain, map of military operations in 1745-1746, 167, 175n. XXXIII
Great Canal, experiment in 1830 for increasing the speed of navigation in, 148. XXX
‘Great Cat,’ head of Sutherland Clan, 57. XXVI
Great Church : see St. Giles, Great or Mid Church of. XXIX
Great Cumbrae, 54, 55. XXXIII
“Great Frost,” 1662, 97. XXXIII
Great Junction Street, building in 1824 of, 154. XXIX
Great Junction Street, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159, 163. XXXIII
Great King Street, 63. XXVII
Great King Street, 108, 120, 133-4, 157. XXXI
Great King Street, 123n. XXXIII
‘Great Lady of the Cat,’ 57. XXVI
“Great Lodging”, Bishop of Dunkeld’s, 68-72. XXXIV
Great Mel, character in George Meredith’s novel Evan Harrington, 33. XXX
Great Michael, 73. XXXIV
Great Stuart Street, 64. XXVII
Great Universal Stores, 138 and n. XXX
Green, Dr. Edward, professes. to cure stammering, 140. XXII
Green family named, itinerant quacks, 139 ; their stage in Abbey Yard, 140. XXII
Green, G. Buckland, Secy. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 117, 124. XXXIII
Greenbank, St. Leonards, 237. XXIV
Greenend dovecot, 169-70. XXVII
Greenfield, Dr W. S., 100. XXXIV
Greenhill, 70, 71, 80, 83, 227 ; Aitkenheads and, 71-2
; passes to Adam Garden and Fairholms, 77; sold to Thos. Wright, 78 ;
then to Sir Wm. Forbes, 79 ; mansion of, 73, 74, 75, 79 n., 80 ;
churches built on estate, 79 ; plaque of mansion, 92. XXIV
Greenhill, 205, 206, 207. XXV
Greenhill Gardens, 200, 206. XXXII
Greenhill, lands of, 81. XXVI
Greenhill, lands of, 199, 200, 201. XXXII
Greenhill, mansionhouse of, 199, 200. XXXII
Greenhill, Mr., lessee in 1826 of Newhaven and Burntisland ferries, 173. XXIX
Greenknowe, 78. XXIV
Greenland Mill, position in Water of Leith village of,
13 and n. ; building between 1702 and 1712 of, 13 and n. ; leasing of a
floor in town’s granary in Water of Leith village to, 15 ; sketch in
Cumberland Hill’s Reminiscences of Stockbridge of, 13. XXX
Greenlaw House, Glencorse, 54. XXVII
Greenlaw, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Greenlaw, prison depot at, 167. XXXV
Greenlees, Mrs., teacher, 130. XXXII
Greenock, Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Branch of, 17, 20. XXXIII
Greenpark, 199. XXV
Greenside, 9; Edinburgh’s first sportsground, 24. XXXIV
Greenside Company, tinsmiths, 132. XXX
Greenside House, 199. XXV
Greenside Place, 65. XXVII
Greenside Place, 51. XXXII
Greer, Jas., vintner, 123. XXV
Greg, Andrew, chirurgeon, 13. XXV
Gregory, David, of Kinnordy, 61. XXVI
Gregory, Dr James, 91. XXXIV
Gregory, Dr. James, Professor of Medicine, 204. XXXII
Gregory, Dr. James, Professor of Medicine, letter concerning professional fees from, 171 and n., 172. XXXI
Gregory, Dr. James, Professor of Physiology at Edinburgh University, 67, 97, 117. XXX
Gregory, Dr, Jas., R.N., 143. XXXIII
Gregory, Dr., residing in St. John Street, 67. XXVIII
Gregory, Duncan F., 97. XXIV
Gregory, Georgina, 98. XXIV
Gregory, John, advocate, 98 and n. XXIV
Gregory, John Mack, teacher, 130. XXXII
Gregory, John, physician, 162. XXIV
Gregory, John, Professor of Medicine, bathing in account book of, 64. XXXIV
Gregory, Miss, 30. XXXV
Gregory, Mrs., wife of [Gregory, Dr. James, Professor of Physiology], 67, 70, 73, 77, 80, 96, 98, 112, 117. XXX
Gregory, Prof. Jas., 90, 100 and n.; resides at Canaan Lodge, 97. XXIV
Gregory’s Mixture, 104, 133n. XXXV
Greiff, Alexander, 5. XXXIV
Greig (Grieg), -, editor, The Scottish Press, 66, 96. [CHECK what is hyphen for?] XXXV
Greig, Alex., 60. XXIV
Greig, Alex., superintendent and librarian of Edinburgh Literary Institute, 42. XXXIII
Greig, G. M., water colourist, 69, 90n. XXXIII
Greig, George, painter, 87. XXVII
Greig, J., teacher of English, 130. XXXII
Greig’s Hall, 189. XXIV
Greinbraes of St. Leonards, 222. XXIV
Greliche’s Hotel, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
Greville, Robt. Kay, LL.D., 107 ; scientist, publishes Scottish Cryptogamia Flora; religious, philanthropic, and social work; exhibits at Royal Scottish Academy, 85-6. XXVI
Grey, Chas., second Earl Grey, freedom of Edinburgh, 24, 25. XXXIII
Grey Friars, 24-25. XXXIV
Grey Friars, property of, 140. XXIII
Grey, Lady Diana, widow of George Middleton of Seton, owner of Drumsheugh, 75 and n. XXV
Grey of Wilton, William Grey, 14th Lord, 2 and n. XXXII
Grey, Rev. Dr. Henry, 176 and n. XXIV
Grey, Rev. Dr Henry, 76, 128n. XXXV
Greyfriar’s Bobby, memorial fountain, 85. XXXIII
Greyfriars Burial Register, 125. XXV
Greyfriars Church, 63, 89, 158. XXII
Greyfriars Church, 136. XXV
Greyfriars Church, 56, 104, 106, 110; fire at, 73. XXVI
Greyfriars Church, 32, 33-4, 41, 42. XXIX
Greyfriars Church, 30, 41, 43. XXXIV
Greyfriars Church, 96; and see New Greyfriars Church XXXV
Greyfriars Church, bells cast by John Meikle for, 26; proposal for restoring Trinity College Church in place of old, 50. XXX
Greyfriar’s Church, Glasgow, 9ln. XXXIII
Greyfriars Church, New, 35. XXXIV
Greyfriars Churchyard, 80, 159, 165, 166, 169. XXII
Greyfriars’ Churchyard, 26, 41, 42, 43, 128; Bothwell Bridge prisoners in, 247. XXIV
Greyfriars Churchyard, 82 ; burial place of Sir Hugh McCulloch of Pilton, 38, 209. XXV
Greyfriars’ Churchyard, 112, 129. XXVII
Greyfriars Churchyard, 20, 117, 223, 225, 226. XXXII
Greyfriars monastery, 134. XXV
Greyfriars parish, 90. XXV
Greyhound, a convoy ship, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 95. XXVIII
Gridwood, Robert, 16. XXXIV
Grieg, Thomas, 100. XXVII
Griershall, 228. XXIV
Grieve, Elizabeth, servant, 139. XXXV
Grieve, John, Ensign, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Grieve, John, Lord Provost, 16, 37. XXIV
Grieve, John, Lord Provost, 28. XXV
Griffith, -, 61, 125n. [CHECK what is hyphen for?] XXXV
Griffith, Gunner, 77. XXXII
Griffith, Mrs. Mary, 73, 75-6, 89, 93, 134, 156. XXXI
Grindlay, George, elder, 42; bequest to Merchant Maiden and Watson’s Hospitals of, 19, 21. XXIX
Grindlay, George, younger, son of [Grindlay, George, elder], 19, 21. XXIX
Grindlay, Miss, teacher, 130, 141. XXXII
Grinton, Thos., meal-maker, 207, 212. XXIV
Grisi, Giulia, soprano, 66, 89n. XXXIII
Groathill, pertinent of Brade, 29, 180. XXVII
Grocers’ Society, in Edinburgh, 157. XXVIII
Grossmith, Geo., entertainer, 43. XXXIII
Grote, Gilbert, 71. XXXIV
Grotecroft, 145. XXIII
Grubb, Isabella, 5. XXXIV
Gryther, Pietter, paper maker, 53. XXV
Guard : see City Guard House. XXXII
Guard House, 135. XXV
Guardhouse, 5. XXIV
Guardian of Health, etc., 157. XXII
Guest, General, 48. XXIII
Guest, Joshua, defender of Edinburgh Castle against Prince Charles Edward, resides in Potterrow, 67-8, 69. XXII
Guest, Lieutenant-General Joshua, Lieutenant-Governor of Edinburgh Castle, 55. XXXII
Guildry, and charity workhouse, 39. XXII
Guillon, French artist, 88. XXXIII
Guise Palace, 134. XXV
Gullan, William, teacher, 131. XXXII
Gulland, John, diary of, 140. XXXV
Gunmakers, 90n, 125. XXXIII
Gunn, Dr W. M., 22, 117n. XXXV
Gunn Stain Close : see Gunstone’s Close. XXIX
Gunn, Wm. Maxwell, LL.D., rector of Southern Academy, 30. XXVI
Gunn’s Close : see Gunstone’s Close. XXIX
Gunstone’s Close, 128 and n. XXIX
“Guse Pie”, 92. XXXIV
‘Gushet,’ 74, 77, 83. XXV
Gushet, 81: and see Rosehall. XXXIV
Gusset, Easter, St. Leonards, 236. XXIV
Guthrie, A. M., 121. XXXIII
Guthrie, A., notary, 154. XXXV
Guthrie, Alexander, protocol book of, 31. XXXIV
Guthrie, David Charles, of Craigie, 118, 160. XXXI
Guthrie, James, skinner, 218. XXXII
Guthrie, Master John, 12n. XXXIV
Guthrie, Mrs. Jane, 92, 101, 118, 160. XXXI
Guthrie, Rev. Dr Thomas, 32, 119n. XXXV
Guthrie, Rev. Dr Thos., 73, 91n. XXXIII
Guthrie, Rev. Dr. Thos., resident in Newington, 193-4. XXIV
Guthrie, Sir Henry, 120. XXV
Guthrie Street, 53. XXXIV
Guy’s Hospital, London, 146. XXXIII
gwr lén : see lector. XXX
gwr y gogledd (men of the north), 143. XXXV
Gwydir, Lady Clementina, 143, 166. XXXI
Gwydir, Peter, 2nd Lord, 166. XXXI
Gymnasium, The: see Royal Patent Gymnasium, The. XXXIII

H

‘Habitmaking’ 107. XXII
Habkine, Wm., beltmaker, 216. XXIV
Hacket, … [no prename given], physician, 118. XXV
Hadden, Thos., wrought iron work at Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Hadderton, Mr., 68, 91. XXXII
Haddington, 23. XXXIV
Haddington, Charles Hamilton, 8th Earl of ; and Salisbury Crags, 172-3 and n. XXIX
Haddington, Charles Hamilton, 8th Earl of, decision of
House of Lords in 1831 to stop quarrying at Salisbury Crags by,
156. XXX
Haddington, constabulary of, 143. XXXV
Haddington, deanery of, 142. XXXV
Haddington, epidemic of cholera in 1832 in, 21, 29. XXXII
Haddington, Lord, 82, 83. XXVI
Haddington Place, 65. XXVII
Haddington Place, 30-31. XXXV
Haddington Place, building in 1826 in, 172. XXIX
Haddington, sheriff and sheriffdom of, 142, 145n. XXXV
Haddington, Thomas Hamilton, 1st Earl of, possession of Merchant Hall, Cowgate, by, 11-12. XXIX
Haddingtonshire, 147n. XXXV
Haddo, Geo., Gordon, Lord, 120. XXXIII
Haddon, Robt., gardener, 224 n. XXIV
Haddo’s Hole (St. Giles’), 131, 132, 133. XXV
Haddow, Lord: see Haddo, Geo. Gordon, Lord. XXXIII
Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich, Professor, of Jena, 53. XXXIII
Haere, Peter, paper maker, 53. XXV
Hagart, Henry [1792], 122. XXXIII
Hagart, Henry, [1833], 122; joint Secy. of Royal Caledonian Hunt Club, 120. XXXIII
hagbuttars, 157. XXXV
Haggart, Wm., wine merchant, joint Secy. of Royal Caledonian Hunt Club, 120n. XXXIII
Haig, Geo. A. Bonnington, 122. XXXIII
Haig, William, teacher, 131. XXXII
Hailes (Colinton), 114, 115. XXIII
Hailes, Lord, 22. XXVII
Hailes, Lord, and Picardy weavers, 1. XXV
Hailes Street, 194. XXXII
Hailes, use of stone at Tower of Merchiston from, 15, 18, 27. XXXI
Haining, Lord. See Pringle, John, of The Haining. XXVI
Hair, James, elder, 3. XXIX
Hair, James, younger, druggist, son of [Hair, James, elder] and second husband of Mary Erskine, 3, 4, 83. XXIX
Hair, Jas., druggist, 65. XXII
Hair, Mrs. : see Erskine, Mary. XXIX
haircut, 34. XXXV
Hairt, James, maltman, Canongate, father of James and William yr., 8, 19. XXXIV
Hairt, James, yr., goldsmith, Canongate, 19, 22. XXXIV
Hairt, John, doctor of medicine, bailie of Canongate, 2, 21. XXXIV
Hairt, William, 19, 22. XXXIV
Halbert, Alexander, gardener in White’s Croft, 21-22. XXXIV
Halbertson, John, teacher, 131. XXXII
Haldane, James, 225. XXXII
Haldane, James, architect, connection with Dean Bridge project of, 167, 168n. XXX
Haldane, James, 12n, 16. XXXIV
Haldane, Jas. A., 64, 130, 135; makes evangelistic tour, pastor of ‘tabernacle,’ Leith Walk, joins Baptists, 136. XXVI
Haldane, R. B. S., first Viscount Haldane of Cloan, 93n. XXXIII
Haldane, Robt., 47, 64-5; founds ‘Society for
Propagating the Gospel at Home,’ builds numerous places of worship,
supports band of itinerant preachers, 135-6. XXVI
Haldane, Robt., W.S., 80, 83, 93n. XXXIII
Haldane, Viscount, of Cloan, 136. XXVI
Haldane, William, teacher, 131. XXXII
Half Moon Battery, 11. XXXIII
Half Moon Battery, Castle, 155. XXV
Haliburton, Dame Margaret, 135 and n. XXIX
Haliburton, Elizabeth, housekeeper, 39. XXIX
Haliburton, James, and Pleasance, 140. XXIII
Haliburton, William, teacher, 131. XXXII
Haliday, Thomas, brazier, connection with copper roofing of Tron Church of, 106. XXIX
Halifax’s Character of a Trimmer, 119. XXVII
Halker, Miss, teacher, 131. XXXII
Halkerston’s Croft, 5. XXIII
Halkerston’s Croft, 7, 21. XXXIV
Halkerston’s Wynd, 24, 25, 181, 182, 198, 199. XXII
Halkerston’s Wynd, 96, 147, 152. XXIII
Halkerston’s Wynd, 45. XXIV
Halkerston’s Wynd, 19. XXX
Halkerston’s Wynd, 129, 130, 149, 151. XXXII
Halkerston’s Wynd, 28, 37. XXXIV
Halket, Col., of Drumsheugh, 45. XXV
Halkett, Lady Emilia, 212. XXV
Hall, Alex., merchant, 220. XXIV
Hall, Captain Basil, 160. XXXI
Hall, Isabella, of Dunglass, 86; Boswell visits, 68, 71. XXVI
Hall, Miss, teacher of French, 131. XXXII
Hall, Mr, minister, 77. XXXIII
Hall, Robert, 185. XXIX
Hall, Robt., proprietor of Summerhall, 220. XXIV
Hall, Sir Jas., of Dunglass, 99; President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 99; scientist, 119. XXXIII
Hall, Sir Jas., second Bart. of Dunglass, 68. XXVI
Hallé, Chas., 66, 68, 79, 89. XXXIII
Halliday, Sir John, of Tullibole, advocate, 20 and n. XXX
Halliday, William, of Tullibole, son of [Halliday, Sir John, of Tullibole], property on Castlehill of, 20 and n. XXX
Hallow Fair, 124. XXVII
Halls (Mealrnarket), 133. XXIV
Hall’s Inn : see Hawes Inn. XXXI
Hallyards, 80. XXVI
Hallyburton, Hon. D. G., M.P. for Forfarshire, 179. XXXII
Halyburton, Bailie, 9. XXVII
Halyburton, Elizabeth, first wife of Peter Rollock the younger, 37. XXV
Halywell, William, teacher, 131. XXXII
Hamburg, 104, 106. XXIX
Hamess loom, use in weaving shawls of, 57. XXXI
Hamilton, Alex., merchant, St. Leonards, 209, 210. XXIV
Hamilton, Alex., Professor of Midwifery, 250. XXIV
Hamilton, Alex., Professor of Midwifery, 21. XXVI
Hamilton, Alexander, merchant and bailie, 119. XXIX
Hamilton, Alexander, 10th Duke of, 132, 143, 166, 173. XXXI
Hamilton, Andrew, 22. XXXIV
Hamilton, Anna, of Priestfield, 185. XXIV
Hamilton, Anna, wife of William Alves, writer, 132 and n. XXIX
Hamilton, Archibald, 9th Duke of, 167. XXXI
Hamilton, Balfour and Neill, printers, 49, 51. XXVII
Hamilton, Chas., son of Bailie Hamilton, 74. XXV
Hamilton, Christian, daughter of Bailie Hamilton, 74. XXV
Hamilton, D. J., 7, 28. XXIV
Hamilton, Daniel, of Gilkerscleuch, W.S., 225. XXXII
Hamilton, Dr. James, 98. XXX
Hamilton, Dr. James, governor of Merchant Maiden
Hospital, 62 ; report in 1780 on Merchant Maiden Hospital in Bristo by,
14 ; report in 1815 on suitability of site in Lauriston for new
Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 25. XXIX
Hamilton, Dr. James, portrait by Raeburn, 24, 25. XXVIII
Hamilton, Dr Jas., 119. XXXIII
Hamilton, Duchess of, her memorial anent decayed condition of Holyroodhouse, 41. XXIII
Hamilton, Duke of, commissioner for city improvements, 7. XXII
Hamilton, Duke of, heir male of Douglas family, 80. XXV
Hamilton, Duke of, Hereditary Keeper of Holyroodhouse,
42, 44, 45, 54 ; petitions for repairs on Palace; insists on rights of
his office, 43. XXIII
Hamilton, Dukes of, Heritable Keepers of Holyroodhouse, 205. XXII
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 6, 17. XXXIV
Hamilton, Elizabeth, Memoirs of modern philosophers, 83, 90 ; Letters on the elementary principles of education, 90; Translations of the letters of a Hindoo Rajah, 90. XXX
Hamilton, Emma, Lady, friend of Nelson, 152. XXII
Hamilton, Fred., candidate, 1893, George Square ward, 34. XXXIII
Hamilton, Frederick, merchant, 118. XXIX
Hamilton, Gabriel : see Hamilton-Dundas, Gabriel. XXXI
Hamilton, Gavin, bailie, 11. XXII
Hamilton, Gavin, his paper mill at Colinton, 51, 179. XXVII
Hamilton, Gavin, paper maker, 70 ; wife of, 213 and n. XXV
Hamilton, Gavin, writer, 139. XXIV
Hamilton, Gen. John, of Dalzell, 142. XXVI
Hamilton, George, of Fingalton, 15. XXXIV
Hamilton, Henry, History of the Homeland, 121 and n. XXX
Hamilton, Hew, merchant and bailie, of Drumsheugh, 74. XXV
Hamilton, James, 225. XXXII
Hamilton, James, Deputy Keeper of Holyroodhouse, 46. XXIII
Hamilton, James Hamilton, 1st Duke of, 105. XXIX
Hamilton, James Hamilton, 6th Duke of, 77. XXXII
Hamilton, James, merchant, 135 and nn. XXIX
Hamilton, James, of Barnes and Westburne, 86 and n., 87, 89, 108, 113-15, 117, 126, 128-9, 135, 137, 158, 163. XXXI
Hamilton, James, of Little Earnock, 43. XXVII
Hamilton, James, watch and clockmaker, 129 and n. XXX
Hamilton, Jane, 158. XXXI
Hamilton, Jas., goldsmith, 72. XXII
Hamilton, Jas., of Little Earnock, paper maker, 70. XXV
Hamilton, Jas., W.S., 106. XXV
Hamilton, Jean, wife of Hugh Cleghorn, 88. XXII
Hamilton, Jessy, 115. XXX
Hamilton, John, 22. XXXIV
Hamilton, John, of Bardanoch, Bailie of Holyroodhouse, 139, 147. XXIV
Hamilton, John, of Muirhouse, 74. XXV
Hamilton, John, ‘of the Customs,’ 121. XXXIII
Hamilton, John, teacher of English, 131. XXXII
Hamilton, John, wright, 122, 123, 130-1. XXIX
Hamilton, John, W.S., 111. XXV
Hamilton, Katherine, Lady Harviestoun, 143. XXIV
Hamilton, Lady Jane Dalrymple, 111, 143-4, 163. XXXI
Hamilton, Lady, of Rosehall, as hostess, 29. XXVI
Hamilton, Lord Archibald, M.P., 148, 152, 167. XXXI
Hamilton, Lord Basil, 38. XXVI
Hamilton, Manie, 86-7, 89, 91, 96, 98-9, 115, 118-19, 128-9, 145, 152-3, 155. XXXI
Hamilton, Margaret, 18. XXXIV
Hamilton, Margt., daughter of Bailie Hamilton, 74. XXV
Hamilton, Marion, wife of Sir Hugh Dalrymple of North Berwick, 116. XXIX
Hamilton, Mary, of Belhaven, wife of Wm. Nisbet of Dirleton, 172 and n. XXIV
Hamilton, Mr., 77. XXX
Hamilton, Mrs.,.64, 72, 110, 111, 115, 118. XXX
Hamilton, Mrs. Eleanor, 158. XXXI
Hamilton, Mrs. Sarah, actress, 131. XXXII
Hamilton, Mrs., teacher, 131. XXXII
Hamilton Place Academy, annual examination, 180-182; article in Scottish Press, 180-182; boarders, 178; description of school building, 178; fees, 177, 179; medals gained by pupils, 181, 182; No. 11
Hamilton Place, 27; outline of system of education, 177-178; print by
Frederick Schenk, 177; prospectus, 1859, 177-182; pupils timetable,
179; school terms, 177; staff, 177. XXXIII
Hamilton Place, bakehouse, 29; dairy, 29; No. 10, description of house, 27, 28, 30; Thos. Ross, resident, 30. XXXIII
Hamilton Place, Newington, 177, 179 n. XXIV
Hamilton, Rev. Dr James, London, 48, 49, 90, 123n. XXXV
Hamilton, Rev. Dr. Jas., Regent Square Church, London, 30. XXVI
Hamilton, Robert, advocate, 225. XXXII
Hamilton, Sally, 105. XXX
Hamilton, Sir Hew Dalrymple, 4th Bart., 111, 163. XXXI
Hamilton, Sir John, of Halcraig, 148. XXIV
Hamilton, Sir William, Professor of Logic, 174 ;
relationship of George Combe and, 181-182 ; election to Chair of Logic
of, 183 ; philosophical reputation of, 183-4. XXXII
Hamilton, Sir Wm., 35, 40n, 61, 62. XXXIII
Hamilton, Sir Wm., and David Allan, 72. XXVII
Hamilton, Susan Euphemia, Duchess of, 173. XXXI
Hamilton, Thomas, 22. XXXIV
Hamilton, Thomas, architect, 42, 46. XXXIV
Hamilton, Thomas, architect, proposed design for Bank of Scotland building on the Mound by, 58-9. XXX
Hamilton, Thomas, Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Hamilton, Thos., architect of High School, 181. XXIV
Hamilton, Thos., first Earl of Haddington, succeeds to Priestfield, 184-5. XXIV
Hamilton, Thos., mason, Bristo, 75-6. XXII
Hamilton, Thos., of Drumcairn, 185. XXIV
Hamilton, Thos., of Priestfield, elder, 184. XXIV
Hamilton, Thos., of Priestfield, third, 184, 185. XXIV
Hamilton, Thos., of Priestfield, younger, 184. XXIV
Hamilton, William, 22. XXXIV
Hamilton, William, teacher of book-keeping, 131. XXXII
Hamilton, Wm., of Bangour, 134. XXVI
Hamilton, Wm., of Little Earnock, 50. XXVII
Hamilton, Wm., paper maker, 70. XXV
Hamilton, Wm., weaver, 21. XXV
Hamilton-Dalrymple, Sir Hew, of Bargeny and North Berwick, tenant of Chapel House, 85. XXII
Hamilton-Dalrymple, Sir Hew, of North Berwick, 24. XXVI
Hamilton-Dundas, Gabriel, of Duddingston, 115, 127, 142-3, 145, 147, 163-4. XXXI
Hamilton-Dundas, John, 127, 143, 164. XXXI
Hamilton-Dundas, Mrs. Isabella, 115, 162-3. XXXI
Hamilton’s Entry, Bristo, 75 ; Walter Scott attends school in, 76. XXII
Hamilton’s Folly, 209, 210, 213, 225. XXIV
Hammermen, Incorporation of, 165. XXXIII
Hammermen of Canongate, 92, 95, 96. XXII
Hammermen of Canongate, Incorporation of, their house (now Huntly House), 27, 55n. XXXIV
Hammermen of Edinburgh, 139 ; and St. Leonards Chapel, 118-19. XXIII
Hammermen’s Close, 261. XXII
Hammermen’s Close, Canongate, 148. XXXII
Hammermen’s Incorporation, 128. XXX
Hammermen’s Land, 139. XXII
Hammermen’s Land, Cowgate, 138. XXXII
Hammerrnen, Canongate, and garden of Cherryhall, 172. XXIV
Hampden, Viscountess, 83. XXVI
‘Hanc Sanitas,’ 226. XXIV
Hand and Pen, The, 125. XXXII
Handasyde, Archibald, 101, 107. XXVII
Handiman, Mr., 103. XXX
Handyside, Alexander, foreman cabinetmaker, 4, 67, 113n, 139. XXXV
Handyside, David, feuar in Newington, 155, 174. XXIV
Hangie’s House, 143. XXV
Hanking, John, 96. XXXII
Hanna, Mrs, 82, 84, 85, 94n. XXXIII
Hanna, Rev. Dr W., 70, 82, 83, 84, 85, 90n. XXXIII
Hanna, Rev. W., 25, 118n. XXXV
Hanover Street, 64. XXVII
Hanover Street, 79, 164. XXIX
Hanover Street, 125. XXXIII
Hanover Street, 43, 45. XXXIV
Hanover Street, residence of Jessy Allan, and John Harden in 1803 in, 95-6. XXX
Haphy, Mr. : see Heaphy, Thomas. XXX
Har1aw’s Protocol Book, 131. XXIII
Hardasty, Captain, 101. XXXII
Harden, Allan, eldest son of John Harden, 96-108 passimXXX
Harden, Jane, elder daughter of John Harden, birth in 1807 of, 108. XXX
Harden, John, marriage to Jessy Allan in 1803 of, 60, 81; 81-113 passim; extracts in Jessy Allan’s journal written by, 113-18; death in 1847 of, 118. XXX
Harden, John William, third son of John Harden, birth in 1809 of, 110. XXX
Harden, Joseph, second son of John Harden, birth in 1805 of, 105. XXX
Harden, Margaret, younger daughter of John Harden, death in 1809 of, 108. XXX
Harden, Mrs., mother of John Harden, 86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 97, 99, 100, 109, 111, 112. XXX
Harden, William, 114. XXX
Hardie, Jas. Keir, 33. XXXIII
Hardie, Keir: see Hardie, Jas. Keir. XXXIII
Hardie, Mr., teacher, 132. XXXII
Hare, Dr., 63, 94, 102, 109. XXX
Hare, Mr., 74, 101, 103. XXX
Hare Stone, 110, 112, 113, 114, 116; described, 109; Scott’s Marmion and, 110 ; testimony of records, 111. XXIV
Hare, William, 183 and n. XXIX
Hare, William, attempt by Daft Jamie’s mother and sister to prosecute, 142; release from prison in 1829 of, 142. XXX
Harlaw House, 90. XXIV
Harlaw, James, protocol book, 73. XXV
Harmonic Club, 111. XXX
Harper, Rev. Dr James, 6, 31, 113n. XXXV
Harris, Stuart, architect, 9. XXXIII
Harrison, Sir Geo., Lord Provost, woollen merchant, 37, 42, 84, 85, 94n. XXXIII
Harrow Inn, 178. XXIV
Hart, Captain John, 144, 145. XXIII
Hart, Jean, 144. XXIII
Hart, John, feuar of Ironside, 143-4. XXIII
Hart, Master William, 6. XXXIV
Hart, Thos., surgeon, 170. XXIV
Harte, James, 66. XXIII
Hart’s Close, 24. XXII
Hart’s Close, 208 n. XXIV
Harvard University, 180. XXXII
Harvey, J. B., of Schaw Park, Alloa, 123. XXXIII
Harvey, Mr., architect, plan for new building for Merchant Maiden Hospital submitted by, 20, 21. XXIX
Harvey, Sir Geo., 79, 85, 86, 87, 93n. XXXIII
Harvey, T. & J., painters, paintwork on Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Harvey, Thos., LL.D., rector, Edinburgh Academy, 151, 159. XXVI
Harvie, Helen, teacher, 132. XXXII
Harvie, Jas., of Brownlee, 157. XXVI
Harviestoun, Lady. See Hamilton, Katherine. XXIV
Haryman, Miss, 64. XXX
Hastie, Mr., teacher, 132. XXXII
Hastings, Warren, 94 ; admiration for Scott, 91. XXVI
Hatton, 52, 109. XXXIV
Hatton House, ice house at, 133, 134. XXVIII
Haunted Tower, The, performance in Edinburgh in 1810 of, 118. XXX
Hautbois, Mr., teacher of cookery, 132. XXXII
Hawes Inn, South Queensferry, 80. XXXI
Hawhead, Geo. Gordon, advocate, 120. XXXIII
Hawick, 4, 93. XXXIV
Hawickers, 66. XXXV
Hawkesbury, Lord : see Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of. XXXII
Hawkhill, 69, 73. XXIII
Hawkhill, 6. XXXII
Hawkhill (Castle), 7, 52. XXIV
Hawthornden, dovecotes at, 148. XXV
Hawthorne, Vans, of Changue and Garthland, W.S., 225. XXXII
Hay, Adam, 148, 167. XXXI
Hay, Adam, Captain, 120. XXXIII
Hay, Alex., of Huntington, 69. XXIII
Hay, Alexander, 14. XXXII
Hay, Alexander, 20. XXXIV
Hay, Alexander, of Kennet, Clerk Register 131n. XXIX
Hay, Charles, baker, 129 and n. XXIX
Hay, D. R., architect, 101. XXIV
Hay, Daniel, flddler, 96. XXIX
Hay, David, builder, 24. XXIII
Hay, Elizabeth, 148, 167. XXXI
Hay, Geoffrey, interpretation of building at Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
Hay, J., notary, 154 XXXV
Hay, Jas., jun., W.S., 167. XXIV
Hay, John, advocate and town clerk, 163. XXII
Hay, John, gardener, 16. XXVI
Hay, John, of Restalrig, 69, 80 n. ; his estate for sale, 70. XXIII
Hay, Lady Jane, 95-6, 160. XXXI
Hay, Lady Julia, 95, 160. XXXI
Hay, Lady Susan, ode for her wedding to Lord Ramsay, 188-9. XXVIII
Hay, Lieut., of the engineers, 120. XXXIII
Hay, Mrs., of Lawfield, 225. XXXII
Hay, Mrs., of Spott, 225. XXXII
Hay of Hartfield, [no prename given], 116. XXVI
Hay, Rev. Mr, Kinross, 62, 125n. XXXV
Hay, Reverend George, 53. XXIX
Hay, Sir Alexander, of Whitburgh, 131 n. XXIX
Hay, Sir James, 88. XXX
Hay, Sir John, of Smithfield, 167. XXXI
Hay Street, Potterrow, 75. XXII
Hay, William, teacher, 132. XXXII
Hay, Wm. J., Peter Williamson’s Broadside, ‘showing in topographical sequence: the streets, wynds, squares and closes of Edinburgh in 1783,’ 261-2. XXII
Hay, Wm., of Crawfordstoun, W.S., 172. XXIV
Haymarket, 47, 51-52, 114. XXXIV
Haymarket, indoor skating club, 118. XXXIII
headriggs, 108. XXXIV
Heaphy, Thomas, draughtsman and miniaturist, 106. XXX
Hebron, 94. XXIV
Helensburgh, 96, 131n. XXXV
Hemans, Mrs Felicia, 17, 116n. XXXV
Henderson, Alex., banker, 84. XXIV
Henderson, Alex., Lord Provost, 29. XXII
Henderson, Alexander, bookseller, 132-3 and n. XXIX
Henderson, Alexander, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 164. XXIX
Henderson, Andrew, tailor, 115. XXV
Henderson, David, his plan for North Bridge, 196 ; reports on North Bridge, 199. XXII
Henderson, George, of Fordell, 156. XXXV
Henderson, James, of Fordell, house in Edinburgh of, 150-152, 156. XXXV
Henderson, John, 21. XXXIV
Henderson, John, grandson of [Henderson, John, of Leistoun], becomes owner of whole lands of Newington, 158. XXIV
Henderson, John, of Leistoun, 158. XXIV
Henderson, John Robertson, Professor of Zoology, Madras, 53, 57n. XXXIII
Henderson, John, teacher, 132. XXXII
Henderson, Lady, 225. XXXII
Henderson, Laurence, treasurer of Tron Church, 96, 103, 104, 107, 108, 110. XXIX
Henderson, Malcolm, taverner, 116. XXV
Henderson, Miss, teacher of sewing, 132. XXXII
Henderson, Provost Alexander, 61, 69. XXVIII
Henderson, Rev. Dr James, Glasgow, 46, 123n. XXXV
Henderson, Reverend Alexander, 104. XXIX
Henderson, Robert, barber, 105. XXIII
Henderson, Robert, College librarian, 133 and n. XXIX
Henderson, Robt. B., advocate, 145. XXVI
Henderson, Robt., clerk, White Paper Company, 66, 67. XXV
Henderson, Sir John, of Fordel, [resident at 21 George Square in 1800], electioneering incident, 67-8. XXVI
Henderson, Sir John, [resident at 57 George Square in 1796], 163. XXVI
Henderson, Thomas, 21. XXXIV
Henderson, W. F., bookseller, 131. XXX
Henderson, William, College librarian, father of [Henderson, Robert, College librarian], 133n. XXIX
Henderson, William, of Meggatland, 136. XXIX
Henderson, Wm., architect, 207. XXV
Henderson’s Feu, 5. XXIII
Henderson’s Stairs, 124, 151. XXXII
Hendry, Mrs., teacher, 132. XXXII
Henrison, John, cordiner, 95, 138. XXIII
Henry, Archdeacon of Huntingdon, 141, 145n. XXXV
Henry I, 141. XXXV
Henry, Rev. Dr. Robt., his History of Britain, 106-7. XXVI
Henry, Robert, 21. XXXIV
Henry Street, 1, 5, 109, 138. XXXV
Henryson, Edward, tomb in Greyfriars Churchyard, 80. XXII
Henryson, Elizabeth, wife of John Nicolson of Dryden, 80. XXII
Henryson, James, 9. XXXIV
Henryson, James, maltman, 97. XXIII
Henryson, John, tailor, Edinburgh, murdered, 1593, 5. XXXIV
Hepburn, Adam, of Humbie, 109. XXIII
Hepburn, Elizabeth, 146, 148. XXIV
Hepburn, Helen, niece of Sir Adam Hepburn, 63. XXII
Hepburn, Jas., of Bearford, 145. XXIV
Hepburn, John, 185. XXIX
Hepburn, John, teacher, 132. XXXII
Hepburn, P., teacher, 132. XXXII
Hepburn, Patrick, apothecary, 100, 113. XXV
Hepburn, R., of Clerkington, 142. XXVI
Hepburn, Robt., of Bearford, 145. XXIV
Hepburn, Robt., of Bearford, 120, 126. XXV
Hepburn, Sir Adam, of Humbie, 29. XXXIV
Hepburn, Sir Adam, of Humbie, his lands in Bristo, 61
; career, 62 ; bargains with town council for superiority of Potterrow
and West Port, 62-3 ; granted seat in Greyfriars Church ; house in
Bristo, 63. XXII
Hepburn, William, of Gilmerton, 19. XXXIV
Hepworth of Leeds, tailors, 138-9, 140. XXX
Heraldic painting, 9. XXXIII
Herbert, Abbot of Kelso, 6, 7 and n. XXX
Herdman, Robt., artist, 86, 95n. XXXIII
Herdman, Sir, Wm. A., Professor of Oceanography, Liverpool University, 54, 57n. XXXIII
Herdmanston House, ice house at, 143, 144. XXVIII
Heriot, Alex., maltman, 61. XXII
Heriot, Alex., schoolmaster, 118. XXV
Heriot, Alexander, teacher of book-keeping, 132. XXXII
Heriot, Barbara, 61. XXII
Heriot Bridge, 141. XXV
Heriot Free Schools, 165. XXIV
Heriot, Geo., goldsmith, 162, 163, 218, 226; winding up of his estate, 163. XXII
Heriot, Geo., in Heriotbarns, 237. XXIV
Heriot, George, 128. XXX
Heriot, George, 29. XXXIV
Heriot, George, estate of, 33. XXXI
Heriot, George, hospital founded by, 3. XXIX
Heriot, Henry, in Bristo, 61. XXII
Heriot Hill House, 132. XXX
Heriot parish, 1 12. XXXIV
Heriot Row, 65. XXVII
Heriot Row, 125; No. 14, 64. XXXIII
Heriot Row, 46. XXXIV
Heriot Row, 25. XXXV
Heriot Row, 143n. XXIX
Heriot School, S. Norton Pl., 87. XXXIII
Heriot, Thomas, teacher, 132. XXXII
Heriot Trust, 94. XXVII
Heriot Trust, 39. XXXIII
Heriot Trust, land belonging to, 37, 44-46. XXXIV
Heriot’s Croft, 6, 32. XXVI
Heriot’s Green, 165, 166. XXXII
Heriot’s Green, colours presented to Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen in, 188. XXIX
Heriot’s Hospital, 85, 168, 169, 174, 182, 183, 187 ;
first building of new type, 170 ; governors of, and Quakerism, 217,
218. XXII
Heriot’s Hospital, 1, 10, 55, 148 ; and lands of
Broughton and St. Leonards, 113, 134, 135 ; buys lands of Ironside,
144; and Dishflat, 145. XXIII
Heriot’s Hospital, 72, 134, 140 ; and French refugees, 1 ; owners of Picardy, 9 ; acquires lands of Coates, 80. XXV
Heriot’s Hospital, 100. XXVI
Heriot’s Hospital, 130 ; sundials at, 103. XXVII
Heriot’s Hospital, 5, 82 ; lead imported from England
in 1643 for roof of, 103 ; quarry of, 124 ; treasurer in 1688 of, 134 ;
attendance at Greyfriars Church of boys of, 42 ; building of Atholl
Crescent on ground owned by, 150; proposal in 1825 for building of
Regent Terrace on ground owned by, 161 ; alterations in 1828 to grounds
of, 181 ; lease in 1768 of ground to Gentlemen Bowlers of Edinburgh by,
185. XXIX
Heriot’s Hospital, 93. XXX
Heriot’s Hospital, 110, 111, 114, 116, 117, 120, 121,
122, 123, 125, 126, 128, 129, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138,
141, 142, 144, 145, 148, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156. XXXII
Heriot’s Hospital, 38, 39; cholera outbreak, 1831-1832, 145. XXXIII
Heriot’s Hospital, George, 43, 47; Governors of, 117. XXXIV
Heriot’s Hospital, George, 95. XXXV
Heriot’s Hospital, Governors of, 43, 203, 208, 216, 217, 218, 227; and St. Leonards, 207. XXIV
Heriot’s Hospital, identity of architect of, 33-4 ;
building history (1628-59) of, 34-35 ; cost of, 35 ; interest of
Archbishop Laud in, 38 n. ; lay out of, 35-9 ; use of hall of, 37 and
n. ; show front of, 37 and n.; chapel of, 37-8; position of pulpit in
chapel of, 38 and n. ; subsequent alterations in original design of, 41
; architectural comparison with other buildings of, 35-41 ;
architectural resemblance of Linlithgow Palace, Winton House and Innes
House to, 34 ; similarity in architectural detail to Linlithgow Palace
of, 39; lay out of Drumlanrig Castle compared with, 38-39, 41 ;
conversion to a secondary school in 1886 of, 41. XXXI
Heriot’s Work Bridge, 148. XXIII
Heriot’s Yards, 125, 139, 146. XXVII
Heriotscroft (or Lochflatt), 218 11.. XXIV
Heriot-Watt College, 128. XXX
Heriot-Watt College, founded by Leonard Horner, 86. XXII
Heriot-Watt College, 152n. XXIX
Heriot-Watt University, 38. XXXIII
heritors, stented for roads, etc., 105; 113. XXXIV
Hermitage, 6. XXXII
Hermitage House, ice house at, 119. XXVIII
Hermitage of Braid, 65; dovecote at, 171, 172, 183. XXV
Hermitage of Braid, 64. XXVI
Hermitage of Braid, 205. XXXII
Hermitage of Braid, entrance lodge, 104 and n. ; described, 105, 106. XXIV
Hermitage of Braid, mansion and sur- roundings,
probably designed by Robert Adam, 25 ; notable visitors at, 36 ;
‘Shirley’ and the dell, 38; Sir John Skelton and Professor Barkla,
tenants of, bought by John McDougal and presented to the city, 39;
paper making at, 44. XXVII
Hermits, 223, 224, 225, 226, 233. XXIV
Hermit’s (Hermitis) Croft, 116, 124, 125,. 127, 132. XXIII
Hermit’s Croft, 21. XXXIV
Hermitsfield, 226. XXIV
Heron, Miss, teacher, 132. XXXII
Heron, Patrick, of Heron, 225. XXXII
Heron, Robert, Observations Made in a Journey Through the Western Counties of Scotland in the Autumn of 1792, 126-7 and n. XXX
Heron’s Court, 143. XXV
Herries, Reverend John, lecturer on elocution, 132. XXXII
Herring shoals, 53. XXXIII
Herschel, Sir John, refusal in 1833 of offer of Chair of Natural Philosophy by, 157. XXX
Hertford, Earl of, attack on Edinburgh by, 1544, 25-26. XXXIV
Hetherington, Rev. Dr W. M., 82, 129n. XXXV
Heuch, 15. XXXIV
Heugh, Rev. Dr Hugh, 42, 122n. XXXV
Heughton, Lord: see Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes, first Baron. XXXIII
Hewat, Mrs, 104. XXXV
Heywood, H., Professor, 176n. XXXIII
Higgins, Mr., 72. XXX
High Calton, 45. XXXIV
High Church : see St. Giles, Little, East or High Church of. XXIX
High Church: see St. Giles’ Church. XXXIII
High Constables : see Constables. XXVIII
High Court of Justiciary, 166. XXXV
High, John (Jock Heigh), 143. XXV
High Kirk (St. Giles’), 151. XXIII
High Riggs, 189. XXXII
High Riggs, 26, 29, 34, 114. XXXIV
High Riggs, lands of, 58. XXVIII
High School, 30 ; removes to Calton Hill, 100. XXVI
High School, 83. XXVII
High School, 40, 59; bells cast by John Meikle for, 26
; sale to the Infirmary in 1829 of old, 144 and n. ; opening in 1829 of
new, 144. XXX
High School, 108, 109, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118,
120, 121, 122, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 131, 133, 134, 135, 136, 138,
140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 146, 148, 151, 152, 154, 156. XXXII
High School, 59. XXXIV
High School, 1, 3-27, 29-64, 87-101, 103-104, 106-109, 112-118ns, 121-122ns, 125n, 130-132ns, 136-137, 140. XXXV
High School, building in 1820s of new, 143 and n., 144, 152 and n., 153, 162, 164, 168, 171, 173, 175, 176, 178, 181. XXIX
High School Club, 59, 125n. XXXV
High School, Edinburgh, 2, 59, 182. XXIV
High School of Edinburgh, 212. XXII
High School of Edinburgh, 84, 118. XXV
High School of Edinburgh, 36, 48, 61; closure during cholera outbreak, 1831-1832, 145. XXXIII
High School Wynd, 199. XXIV
High School Wynd, 132. XXXII
High School Wynd, 53. XXXIV
High School Yards, 148. XXXIII
High School Yards, 143 n. XXIX
High School Yards, erection of bath-�house, etc., in, 59; water supply for, 59; operation of bagnio in, 59-61. XXXIV
High School Yards, 144n. XXX
High St., Musselburgh, dovecote in, 190. XXV
High Street, 63, 65. XXVII
High Street, 134, 137. XXXII
High Street, 23-24, 26, 30-31, 36, 41, 49, 51,53,59, 68-72, 91. XXXIV
High Street, 3, 98, 112, 114 and n., 118, 122, 123,
125, 126, 128, 130, 132, 136, 148-9, 156, 166, 168, 174 ; disappearance
in late seventeenth century of thatched and timber-fronted houses in,
111 ; recommendation in 1674 of Town Council for rebuilding in, 113 and
n. ; attempt of Town Council in late seventeenth century for regulation
of height of tenements in, 114 and nn. ; property of Robert Richardson,
W.S., in, 119 and n., 120 ; property of Alexander Borthwick, vintner
burgess, in, 121-2; property of Thomas Fisher, merchant, in, 134. XXIX
High Street, 24, 136, 149-152, 154-155, 158-159ns, 162. XXXV
High Street, 66, 81, 89n; Cross of Edinburgh, 150-158;
North Gray’s Close, 70; north side, Sir Isaac Newton’s Head, John
Clerk’s Shop, 173; No. 208, 125; Skinners’ Hall, 21. XXXIII
High Street, between Blackfriars and Niddry’s Wynds, a stance for medical quacks, 134; in 1745, 169. XXII
High Street, narrowing due to alteration in 1829 and 1830 to St. Giles, Church of, 145, 147; trades in 1834-5 in, 128. XXX
High Street, Portobello, 179. XXXI
High Terrace, 65. XXVII
High Tolbooth : see Tolbooth Church. XXIX
Highgate, 69. XXXIV
Highland and Agricultura1 Society’s Museum, 3, 112n. XXXV
Highland and Agricultural Society, 38. XXXIII
Highland Railway, 38. XXXIII
Highland Society, 47. XXXIV
Highlanders, 93rd, 45, 123n. XXXV
Highlanders, 3rd Regt., 41. XXXV
Higton, John, merchant, 17. XXV
Hill, Cumberland, Reminiscences of Stockbridge, 13. XXX
Hill, D. O., artist, 67, 89n. XXXIII
Hill, David, builder, 167. XXIX
Hill, John, of Multraise, 9, 19. XXXIV
Hill, John, Professor of Humanity, 49. XXXII
Hill, Mrs. D. O., sculptor, 59. XXVI
Hill, Professor John, 2, 37. XXIV
Hill Street, 64. XXVII
Hill Street, Bath Establishment in, 1839-40, 65. XXXIV
Hill Street, No. 2, 120n. XXXIII
Hillhousefield, 10. XXII
Hillhousefield, 7, 12n, 20. XXXIV
Hills, Benson Earle, actor, 75. XXV
Hill’s Dock, Leith, 33. XXIV
Hillside, Court of Session decision anent lands of, 50-51. XXII
Hillside Crescent, building in 1820s in, 151, 163. XXIX
Hillside, unfinished building scheme at, 37. XXIII
Hilstoun, John, in Bristo, 61. XXII
Hilstoun, Wm., 61. XXII
His Royal Highness : see Cumberland, William Augustus, His Royal Highness Duke of. XXXII
Hislop, John, wright, 133 and n. XXIX
Hislop, Miss, 83. XXXIII
Hislop, Thos., shoemaker, his land in Bristo, 57. XXII
Hislop, Wm., 219. XXIV
Historic Buildings Council, 8. XXXIII
Historical literature, Society for promoting, 22. XXVII
History of the Dukes of Normandy, 141. XXXV
History of trade unionism, Chair Makers’ price books shown in, 17. XXXIII
Hobhouse, Sir John, 160. XXXI
Hodder, Charles D., School of Art, 93. XXVII
Hodgson, Dr, 81, 86. XXXIII
Hodgson, W. B., Professor of Political Economy, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Hodkinson, Ian, work on Prestongrange House, ceiling, 8. XXXIII
Hog : see Hogg, Mrs. XXIX
Hog, Thomas, of Newliston, 52. XXXII
Hog, Thos., of Newliston, 72. XXVI
Hog, William, writer, 141. XXIII
Hogarth, Miss, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Hogenberg: see Braun & Hogenberg. XXXIII
Hogg, James, teacher of English, 132. XXXII
Hogg, Jas., Ettrick Shepherd, 30, 66; plays Scots music with ‘Timothy Tickler,’ 65. XXVI
Hogg, Mr, 72, 127n. XXXV
Hogg, Mrs., governess (1774-1793) of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 39-40, 41, 49n, 90. XXIX
Hogg, Mrs., teacher, 133. XXXII
Hogg, Thos., merchant and Edinburgh Bailie, 124; skating medal, 132. XXXIII
Hogg, William, 48. XXXI
Hogistoun, provostry lands of, 38. XXXIV
Hogne, Miss, see Hogue, Miss. XXXV
Hogue, Miss, 27, 118n. XXXV
Hogue, Mr 29, 118n. XXXV
Holburn, John G., Leith Councillor, M.P. for Lanarkshire N.W., 33. p XXXIII
Holdway, Thomas B., 87, 88. XXVII
Holdway, Thomas Barker, shawl designer, 61-2. XXXI
holiday cottages, in Cramond, 88. XXXIV
Holland, convoy for Dutch trading vessels, 88, 89, 90. XXVIII
Holland, marble and tiles from for High School Yards bagnio, 59. XXXIV
Holland, Sarah, 179. XXIV
Holmes, Colonel Henry, 98, 100, 103, 104, 105. XXXII
Holmes’ Regiment : see Thirty-First Regiment of Foot, or, East Surrey Regiment. XXXII
Holy Rude, altar of the, 114. XXIII
Holy Trinity Church, 185. XXXII
Holyrood, 6, 7, 20, 25, 27, 28, 30, 36, 37, 42, 44, 74, 99, 101, 154, 222, 224, 240; tennis court at, 251-2. XXIV
Holyrood, 134; printing press at, 55; porch, 132, 134. XXV
Holyrood, 99. XXVI
Holyrood, 139, 140, 144, 152 ; Gothic Porch
demolished, 13 ; canons of, 28; sundial at, 107 ; anti-Popish riot at,
118, 126; Roman Catholic Press, 114, 119; Abbey, 125. XXVII
Holyrood, 84. XXXIV
Holyrood Abbey, 116, 117, 122, 123, 124, 125, 127 ; granted St. Leonards Chapel and Hospital, 115. XXIII
Holyrood Abbey, 72, 73, 210. XXV
Holyrood Abbey, 124. XXIX
Holyrood Abbey, 6. XXXII
Holyrood Abbey, 149, 151, 156-157 XXXV
Holyrood Abbey, 6 and n., 7-8, 31, 49, 155 and n. ;
reference in charter of Earl Henry (1136-47) to, 3 and n.; gift of part
of Craggenemarf by Uviet to, 3; lawsuit over the Crag between Kelso
Abbey and, 4 and n., 9; referred to as ‘monastery of the Crag,’ 8;
Arthur’s Seat shared between Kelso Abbey and, 8; grant by Uviet of part
of Arthur’s Seat to, 9; see also Alwin, Abbot of Holyrood ; Charters of Holyrood ; Chronicle of H olyroodXXX
Holyrood Abbey, 78 n.; Canongate Tailors’ altar in, 91-2. XXII
Holyrood Abbey Church, 109. XXIX
Holyrood Abbey, lands granted to canons of by David I,
1; disposal of lands of, 1587, 1; commendators of, 1; gardens of feued,
7, 21; service in harvest fields of, XXXIV
Holyrood, Bailie of, 44; Physic Garden at, 53, 54; stent roll of, 130, 145. XXIII
Holyrood Chapel, 56; suggestions for using stones from
Trinity College Church for replacing parts of, 50, 51 ; proposals for
restoration of, 51. XXX
Holyrood House : see Holyrood Palace. XXX
Holyrood Palace, 52 ; proposed plans for forecourt for, 51-2; alterations in 1831 to gardens of, 155 and n. XXX
Holyrood Palace, 43, 45. XXXV
Holyrood Park, 68, 73, 84: see also Queen’s Park and Salisbury Crags. XXXIII
Holyrood Park. See King’s Park. XXIII
Holyrood Road, 167n. XXIX
Holyrood Sanctuary, for Debtors, visited by the Club, App. p. 10. XXVIII
Holyroodhouse, 77, 205, 206, 208, 211, 212, 225 ;
Robt., Commendator of, grants Seal of Cause to Canongate Tailors, 91 ;
in 1745, 168 ; new palace designed by Sir Wm. Bruce; James VII, and
garden of, 170. XXII
Holyroodhouse, 41. XXV
Holyroodhouse, 161, 167 ; work of Robert Milne of Balfarg at, 124 ; improvements in 1820s to, 151, 164. XXIX
Holyroodhouse, 146; Drawingroom held by George IV in
1822 at, 122-6, 159, 164 ; Levée held by George IV in 1822 at 114-15,
163-5 ; state procession in 1822 from Castle to, 129-31, 154, 165. XXXI
Holyroodhouse, 1, 6, 59, 202 ; exemption in eighteenth century from Edinburgh beer-tax of, 64, 65, 66. XXXII
Holyroodhouse, in Exchequer records, home for needy
Court officials, 40 ; renovation scheme, buildings demolished, 41 ;
Sanctuary debtors inconvenienced; palace clock, 42 ; ceremonial
functions at; more repairs needed; dilapidation due to exiled Bourbons,
43 ; courtroom and jail; Barons of Exchequer and, 44; State officials’
‘lodgings’ at, 45-7; Deputy Keeper and his rights, 46. XXIII
Holyroodhouse, John, Lord, 134. XXIII
Holyroodhouse, Lord. See Bothwell, John. XXII
Holyroodhouse, lordship of erected, 1607, 1; part of fourth ward of city, 1805, 42. XXXIV
Holyroodhouse, Palace of, 48, 75, 82; palace square, 49. XXXIII
Holyroodhouse, Palace of, effect on Canongate of Court
at, 2; 4; exempted from police jurisdiction and assessment, 42, 47;
improvement of Park of, 47, 51. XXXIV
Holyroodhouse, Sanctuary of, 42, 47. XXXIV
Home, Agnes, wife of Jas. Cleghorn, M.D., 189. XXIV
Home and Colonial Stores, 140. XXX
Home, Anna, 74. XXIV
Home, Archd., paper maker, Dalry, 56. XXV
Home, Cecile, 96. XXV
Home, Dame Anna, property on Castlehill of, 20. XXX
Home, David, Lord Crossrig, 91, 102, 106, 124. XXV
Home, Dr Jas., 120; skating medal, 132. XXXIII
Home, Geo., Lord Provost, 140. XXIV
Home, George, 102. XXV
Home, George, 142. XXIX
Home, George, of Paxton, 35. XXXII
Home, George, of Whitfield, 116 and n. XXIX
Home, Henry, Lord Kames, 27 ; and city improvements, 7
; helps to draft bill for Royal Exchange, 9 ; reports on memorial of
Musical Society, 24-5 ; asked for ‘opinion’ by Canongate Tailors, 102 ;
suggests feuing of ground on far side of North Loch, 187. XXII
Home, Henry. See Kames. XXVI
Home, Henry. See Kames, Lord. XXIII
Home, Henry. See Lord Kames. XXVII
Home, James, of Gammelshiel, 10. XXII
Home, Jas., of Linhouse, W.S., Lyon-Depute, 108. XXVI
Home, Jas., schoolmaster, 210, 211. XXIV
Home, John, author of Douglas, 9. XXIV
Home, John, author of Douglas, 135; and Dr. Blacklock, 25. XXVI
Home, John, author of Douglas, 22. XXVII
Home, John, coachmaker, proprietor of Rosebank, 183 and n. ; and Mayfield, 190. XXIV
Home, Margt. A., wife of Isaac Weld, 189 and n. XXIV
Home, Mrs., 225. XXXII
Home, Mrs., aunt of Jessy Allan, 61, 86, 89, 90, 94. XXX
Home, Mrs., of Argaty, 81 ; raises troop of yeomanry, 95. XXVI
Home, Mrs., teacher, 133. XXXII
Home of Bassenrig, 108. XXV
Home Rule Bill, 1866, 32, 35, 39. XXXIII
Home, Sir Geo., of Kello, Provost of Edinburgh, 90, 91, 101, 110. XXV
Home, Sir James, of Cowdenknowes, property on Castlehill of, 20. XXX
Home, Sir Patrick, advocate, 101, 105. XXV
Home, Sir Patrick, of Lumsden, advocate, 116 and n. XXIX
Home Street, 190, 191, 208. XXXII
Home Street, 114. XXXIV
Home, Wm., 199. XXII
Home, Wm., Unicorn pursuivant, 125. XXV
Home-Rig, family of, 190. XXXII
Home’s Close, Cowgate, 133. XXXII
Home’s ‘Land,’ Forrester’s Wynd, 117. XXV
Honeymoon, The, production in 1830 at Theatre Royal, Shakespeare Square, of, 151. XXX
Hooke, scientific instrument-maker, 165. XXXIII
Hope, Archibald, property on Castlehill of, 21, 22, 25, 27, 29. XXX
Hope, Archibald, Secretary of the Royal Bank of Scotland, 225. XXXII
Hope, Charles, Lord, Lord President of the Court of Session, 150, 167. XXXI
Hope, Charles, Lord President, 12. XXIV
Hope, Crescent, 158n. ; building in 1826 in, 172. XXIX
Hope, Daniel, 26. XXX
Hope, Dr., 166. 1 XXXII
Hope, James, W.S., appointment in 1830 as one of trustees for building of Donaldson’s Hospital of, 150. XXX
Hope, Jas. John, Professor of Botany, and Jas. Graham, medical quack, 155. XXII
Hope, Jas., Keeper of Signet, 29. XXII
Hope, Jas., son of Lord President Hope, 33. XXII
Hope, John 104. XXX
Hope, John, King’s Botanist for Scotland, 53, 56 n. ;
gets Physic Garden removed to Leith Walk, and supervises laying: out
of, 54-6. XXIII
Hope, John, physician, and Gifford’s Park, 215 and n.; and Spittalfield, 238. XXIV
Hope, John, Solicitor General, 171, 177. XXIX
Hope, John, w.s., biographical details, 38-39, 41n; Councillor, 37. XXXIII
Hope, Lady Alex., 83. XXVI
Hope, Lieut. John, obtains superiority of Hope’s Park, 216. XXIV
Hope, Lord, 72. XXVII
Hope, Margaret, sister of Archibald Hope, property on Castlehill of, 29. XXX
Hope, Miss, 52. XXIV
Hope, Mr., of Rankeilour, his lease of Meadows, 169. XXII
Hope Park, 256, 257 ; Geo. Heriot’s country house at, 226. XXII
Hope Park, 208, 216, 219. XXIV
Hope Park, 8. XXV
Hope Park : see Meadows. XXX
Hope Park Chapel (Newington Parish Church), 217. XXIV
Hope Park Cottage, 214. XXII
Hope Park Crescent, 39. XXXIV
Hope Park End, 217. XXIV
Hope Park. See Meadows. XXVI
Hope Park Terrace, 206. XXXII
Hope, Professor, 144, 149n. XXXIII
Hope, Rear-Admiral Charles, R.N., 150, 167. XXXI
Hope, Robert, surgeon, property on Castlehill of, 20-1, 22. XXX
Hope, Robt., writer, 119; skating medal, 132. XXXIII
Hope, Sir Archd., of Rankeillor, 39. XXVI
Hope, Sir Archibald, of Craighall, 225. XXXII
Hope, Sir John, 77. XXVI
Hope, Sir Thomas, of Craighall, maternal grandfather of Mary Erskine, 2. XXIX
Hope, Sir Thomas, Scotch Fencing Master, 114, 141, 143. XXVII
Hope, Sir Thos., of Rankeillor, 215 vc., 216. XXIV
Hope, Sir Wm. Johnstone, 57. XXIII
Hope Street, 33. XXIII
Hope Street, 43. XXXIV
Hope Terrace, 205. XXXII
Hope, Thomas, of Rankeillor, 39. XXXIV
Hope, Thos., of Rankeillor, advocate, 220. XXIV
Hope, Thos., of Rankeillor, beautifies Meadows, 18, 31. XXVI
Hopefield, Chamberlain Road, 200. XXXII
Hope’s Park (Meadows), 41, 169, 173. XXII
Hopetoun, 52. XXIX
Hopetoun, Earl of, commissioner for city improvements, 7. XXII
Hopetoun, Earl of, James, his Canongate house, 61. XXVIII
Hopetoun, Henrietta, daughter of Chas., Earl of, 33. XXVI
Hopetoun House, 213. XXV
Hopetoun, John, fourth Earl of, his monument in St. Andrew Square, 28-37. XXII
Hopetoun, John Hope, 2nd Earl of, 126 ; Ruben’s painting of the Adoration of the Shepherds lent to Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 by, 143. XXX
Hopetoun, John, 4th Earl of, 164. XXXI
Hopetoun Monument (St. Andrew Square), its origin, 29
; Thos. Campbell, sculptor; progress of work ; exhibited at Rome, 30;
measurements, 30-31; Scott asked for inscription, 32 ; two sites
proposed, 33; draft of Scott’s inscription, 33-4; discarded; actual
wording, 35; dilatoriness of sculptor ; unveiled, 36 ; described,
37. XXII
Hopetoun Rooms, 69. XXXIII
Hopetoun Rooms, Queen Street, accommodation in 1871 of Merchant Maiden Hospital in, 32, 80. XXIX
Hopper’s Close. See Dick Hopper’s Close. XXIII
Hoppringill, Marion, wife of Clement Maughan, 35. XXV
Hoppringle, Margaret, 131 ; divides lands of St. Leonards, 132. XXIII
Hopton Rooms: see Hopetoun Rooms. XXXIII
Horn, Henry, member of Chair Makers’ Union, 26. XXXIII
Horn, Robt., advocate, 86, 95n. XXXIII
Horn, Robt., farmer, 210, 254. XXII
Horndean, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Horne, Robt.: see Horn, Robt. advocate. XXXIII
Horner, Francis, 86. XXII
Horner, Francis, 29. XXVI
Horner, Inglis and, 16, 20. XXIV
Horner, Leonard, 86. XXII
Horner, Leonard, 128. XXX
Horn’s Land, Princes Street, 129. XXXII
Horsburgh, Alex., of that Ilk, 216. XXIV
Horsburgh, Alex., of that Ilk, 103, 115. XXVI
Horsburgh, John, 216. XXIV
Horsburgh, John, of that Ilk, 103. XXVI
Horsburgh, Major W. H., 144. XXX
Horse buses, route along Melville Drive of, 206. XXXII
Horse cabs, 206, 207. XXXII
Horse Market, 124. XXVII
Horse trams, 37, 40n. XXXIII
Horse Wynd, 5, 29. XXVIII
Horse Wynd, 52. XXX
Horse Wynd, 115, 116, 125, 139, 142, 146. XXXII
Horse Wynd, Canongate, 223, 257 ; Quaker meeting-house at, 222. XXII
Horse Wynd, Cowgate, 57, 58, 60, 61. XXII
Horse Wynd, Trades Maiden Hospital in, 5. XXIX
horses, riding, exempted from tolls, 1713, 106. XXXIV
Hortulanus in Abbatu de Holyrood-house, 206. XXII
Hospital, Royal Edinburgh, 171. XXVII
Hospital Schools, of seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 1. XXIX
Hossack, Jas., obituary, 1. pl. facing page 1. XXXIII
Hotels, temperance, 39. XXXIII
Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes, first Baron, 81, 93n. XXXIII
Hound, a convoy ship, 105. XXVIII
House Numbering, Edinburgh, 60-6. XXVII
‘House of Call’ of Tailor craft, 115. XXII
House of Fraser, 135, 138 and n. XXX
House of Lords, decision in 1831 to stop quarrying at Salisbury Crags taken by, 156. XXX
House prices, in Charlotte Square, 161, 162. XXVIII
Housefurnishers, 59. XXXIII
Household suffrage, 32. XXXIII
Household Words, 29-32, 34, 36, 39, 40, 42, 44,
46-47, 49, 51-52, 54, 61, 63, 65, 67, 70-71, 74, 78, 81, 84-85, 88,
90-92, 95-99, 101, 104, 106, 108-110, 118n. XXXV
House-on-Hill, 179, 180. XXVII
Houses, ruinous, 95. XXIII
Housing, model dwellings, 38, 39. XXXIII
Housing shortage, 135. XXIV
Houston, Andrew, 129 and n. XXIX
Houstoun, Alex., 81. XXIV
How Acres, 5. XXIII
Howard, John, prison reformer, 163. XXXV
Howden Hall Road, 137. XXXIII
Howden, J. and W., watchmakers and jewellers, 129. XXX
Howden, 145n. XXXV
Howe, James, 80. XXVII
Howe, James, painter, 173 and n. XXXI
Howe, Mrs., teacher, 133. XXXII
Howe, Samuel G., 180. XXXII
Howick’s ‘land,’ 182. XXII
Howieson, Charles, 185. XXIX
Howieson, Jas., mason in Newington, 171. XXIV
Howieson, Richd., in Bristo, 61. XXII
Howison, … [no prenames in text] , minister of Inveresk, 81. XXII
Howison, Richd., minister of Inveresk, 199 and n. XXIV
Howison, Thos., schoolmaster, 118. XXV
Howletstoun, 37. XXV
Hoyland, Mrs., teacher, 133. XXXII
Hozier, Col. Sir H. M., father of Mrs. Winston Churchill, 126. XXVI
Hozier, Jas., of Mauldslie Castle, 126. XXVI
Hozier, Mrs., of Newlands, ancestor of Mrs. Winston Churchill, 126. XXVI
Hozier, Wm., of Newlands and Barrowield, 126. XXVI
Hudson, A. W., master at Fettes College, 124. XXXIII
Hugh of Duddingston, 6 and n. XXX
Hughes, Hugh, comedian, 133. XXXII
Hugo de Villa Dodin : see Hugh of Duddingston. XXX
Hull, 108. XXIX
Humane Society, life saving apparatus, 128-129. XXXIII
Humbie : see Keith-Humbie. XXX
Humbie, lands of, 108-9. XXIII
Humbie, minister at, 121. XXIX
Hume, Archibald, 22. XXXIV
Hume, David, 9. XXIV
Hume, David, 23, 41, 133, 135; advised to reside in George Square, 2; deathbed recalled, 46 ; promise to Adam Smith, 47. XXVI
Hume, David, 13, 14, 117 ; secretary of Philosophical Society, 21 ; member of Select Society, 22. XXVII
Hume, David, professor of Scots Law, 117. XXII
Hume, Eliz. (Mrs Jas. McLaren), 27, 28; dress, 28; portrait, 27. XXXIII
Hume, James, teacher of writing, 129, 133. XXXII
Hume, Joseph, economist, his property in Newington, 180 and n. XXIV
Hume, Lord, lodging in Edinburgh of, 151. XXXV
Hume, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Hume’s monument, Old Calton, 136. XXV
Hume’s Stables, 141. XXV
Humfrey, William, teacher, 133, 139. XXXII
hummum, 57. XXXIV
Hunie, William, 185. XXIX
hunt the gauk day, 29, 118n. XXXV
Hunter, Alexander, 22. XXXIV
Hunter, Dr. Robert, Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Andersonian University, Glasgow, 179. XXXII
Hunter, Ian & Partners, electrical consultants, Merchiston Tower restoration, 9. XXXIII
Hunter, James, of Muirhouse, buys Meldrumsheugh, 74. XXV
Hunter, James, of Thurston, 171. XXIX
Hunter, John, merchant, 125 and n. XXIX
Hunter, John, teacher, 133. XXXII
Hunter, Lady, 92, 101, 118, 160. XXXI
Hunter, Lauchlan, bookseller, 130. XXX
Hunter, Margaret Congalton, 92, 101 and n., 118, 160. XXXI
Hunter, Matthew, tailor, Canongate, 119. XXII
Hunter, Miss, 36-37, 92. XXXV
Hunter, R. W., bookseller, 131. XXX
Hunter, Robert, 185. XXIX
Hunter, Robert, merchant, 131 and n. XXIX
Hunter, Robert, Professor of Greek, 133. XXXII
Hunter, Robt., younger, of Thurston, advocate, 121. XXXIII
Hunter, Sir John, Consul General in Spain, 160. XXXI
Hunter, Sir Thos., his Report on Common Good, 5. XXIII
Hunter Square, 99, 165. XXIX
Hunter Square, 149. XXXV
Hunter Square, 10, 167 n. XXIV
Hunter, Thomas, 22. XXXIV
Hunter, Wm., shipmaster, son of [Hunter, Wm., tailor], 230. XXIV
Hunter, Wm., tailor, and Castle o’ Clouts, 230. XXIV
Hunter’s Bog, 44. XXVII
Hunter’s Pillar, Canongate Churchyard, 14, 16n. XXXIII
Huntershall, 209 n. 231. XXIV
Huntingdon, Henry, Earl of, grant of Treverlen (1136-47) to Kelso Abbey by, 3 and n., 9. XXX
Huntley, Lord: see Gordon, George, 5th Duke of. XXXI
Huntly House, 134. XXV
Huntly House, 27, 55n. XXXIV
Huntly House Museum, letter from W. E. Gladstone on 1885 Cross of Edinburgh, 156; stone from Drum Pillar in, 153. XXXIII
Huntly, House of, 33. XXVII
Huntly House, sundial at, 107. XXVII
Huntlyntoun, 130. XXIII
Hurd, Robt. & Partners, architects, reconstruction of Bible Land, 45. XXXIII
Hutchen, Mr., charity workhouse manager, 52-3. XXII
Hutchesoun, Wm., 155n. XXXIII
Hutchison (Hutchesoun), John, acquires land in Newington, 157. XXIV
Hutchison, Isobel, wife of Charles Hay, baker, 129 and n. XXIX
Hutchison, James, shawlmaker, 61. XXXI
Hutchison, Mr., property on Castlehill of, 19-20. XXX
Hutchison, Peter, indweller, 28. XXX
Huts, existence in eighteenth century Edinburgh of
four, 31 and n. ; see also Bruntsfield Hut ; Lothian Hutt ; Ramsay
Lodge ; William’s Hut. XXX
Hutton, Bailie (1763), 191. XXII
Hutton Castle, Berwickshire, 109. XXVII
Hutton, George, Alloa, 14. XXV
Hutton, James, geologist, 9. XXIV
Hutton, Jas., geologist, 107. XXVI
Hutton, Jas., geologist, partner in Davie’s chemical works, 86. XXII
Hutton, John, merchant, 55, 58. XXVII
Hutton, John, paper maker, 47. XXV
Hutton, Miss, music teacher, 68, 74, 75-6, 91. XXX
Hutton, Misses, 66, 75. XXX
Hutton, Mr., 75. XXX
Hutton, Robert, baker, 128 and n. XXIX
Hutton, William, merchant, 130 and n. XXIX
Huxley, Professor, 36. XXVII
Huxley, T. H., Professor of Zoology at the Royal Institution, 67, 89n. XXXIII
Hynd, Robt., brewer, 62. XXII
Hyndford, Countess of, 66. XXVIII
Hyndford, Earl of, Andrew (Carmichael), 67. XXVIII

I

Ice Houses of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, 112-51; methods of storage, 112-18 ; classifcation, 118; details of those in Edinburgh area, 119-44 ; general survey, 145-6 ; former ice houses in City, 146-50. XXVIII
Improvement Act (1867), 93n. XXXIII
Improvement Acts: see Edinburgh Improvement Acts. XXXIV
Improvement Commissioners, 34-37, 50, 53. XXXIV
Improvement Trust (1867), 240. XXIV
Improvement Trustees: see Improvement Commissioners. XXXIV
Improvements : see Edinburgh. XXIX
Improvements : see Edinburgh. XXX
Imrie, Andrew, teacher, 133. XXXII
Imrie, Dr D. S. M., 1. XXXV
Inaerlythe : see Inverleith. XXXII
Inch House, dovecote at, 185. XXV
Inch House, Liberton, sundial at, 103, 106. XXVII
Inch Mickery, 20. XXIV
Inchcolm, 52, 53; Abbey, 54; marine station annexe, 53. XXXIII
Inchcolm, dovecote at, 153. XXV
Inches, J. Morrison, 161. XXVI
Inches, Sir Robert Kirk, Lord Provost, 129 and n. XXX
Inchkeith, 52. XXXIII
Inchmickery, 52. XXXIII
Incident, The, 98. XXIX
incomes in 1850, 139. XXXV
Incorporated Trades of Edinburgh, 4, 5. XXIX
Incorporation of Cordiners of the Canongate, 20 and n. XXXII
Incorporation of Hammermen, 41. XXXII
Incorporation of Surgeons and Barbers, 58; erection of bath-house by, 1697, 59-61. XXXIV
Incorporation of Wrights, 42, 49. XXXII
Incorporations, trade, and charity work- house, 39. XXII
Independent Church, North College Street, Reverend John Aikman, minister in, 160. XXIX
Independent Friends, Society of, 2, 3, 15, 66, 67. XXIV
Independent Labour Party, 33, 34. XXXIII
Independent Liberal Party, 33. XXXIII
Independents, see Congregational Union. XXXV
India Place, building in 1823 in, 146. XXIX
India Street, 10. XXXV
India Street, building in 1823 in, 146. XXIX
Industrial Museum, 83. XXIV
Industrial Museum: see Royal Scottish Museum. XXXIII
Industrial School, proposal in 1870 for foundation of, 79. XXIX
Infirmary, Old, criticised by a French visitor, 194-5. XXVIII
Infirmary, origin of, 6 ; Old, 112. XXVII
Infirmary, Royal, 38, 175 ; and treatment of poor, 134. XXII
Infirmary, Royal, 20, 32. XXVI
Infirmary, sale in 1829 of old High School to, 144 and n. XXX
Infirmary Street, 131. XXX
Infirmary Street, 63. XXXIV
Infirmary Street, 91n. XXXIII
Inglis, Admiral John, of Auchindinny and Redhall, 13 ;
friend of Admiral Duncan, in action at Camperdown, given freedom of
Edinburgh, 53. XXVI
Inglis, Capt. Chas., R.N., 49. XXVI
Inglis, Capt. John, R.N., 99. XXVI
Inglis, Cornelius, cordiner, Canongate, 5. XXXIV
Inglis, Edward, 185. XXIX
Inglis, George, of Auchendinny and Redhall, 194, 213. XXV
Inglis, Harry: see Maxwell Inglis, Harry. XXXIII
Inglis, Henry, 147. XXXI
Inglis, Henry Raeburn, 97, 160. XXXI
Inglis, Horne & Co., 11, 16, 20. XXIV
Inglis, Horner, & Co., linen manufacturers, 85. XXII
Inglis, Horner & Co., linen manufacturers, 24. XXVI
Inglis, J., Rector of Canongate High School, 133. XXXII
Inglis, John, 27. XXX
Inglis, John, builder, 82, 84. XXVII
Inglis, John, Lord Justice-General, and original of Weir of Hermiston, Dr. Taylor Innes and, 105. XXVI
Inglis, John, Lord President of Court of Session, 73, 74, 91n. XXXIII
Inglis, John, of Auchendinny, W.S., 106. XXV
Inglis, Katherine, owns paper mill, 54. XXVII
Inglis, Lieutenant-Colonel, 189. XXIX
Inglis, Margaret, 129. XXIII
Inglis, Mr., 64. XXX
Inglis, Mrs., 64. XXX
Inglis, Mrs. Ann, 160. XXXI
Inglis of Auchindinny and Redhall, 54. XXVII
Inglis of Cramond, family of, 49. XXVI
Inglis, Rear-Admiral Chas., 49. XXVI
Inglis, Rev. Dr. John, Greyfriars,. Cockburn’s tribute, originated scheme for Indian missions, 104-5. XXVI
Inglis, Sir John, of Cramond, Bart., 112. XXVI
Inglis, Sir Patrick, Bart., resides in Chapel House, 85. XXII
Inglis, Sir Patrick, linen manufacturer, 24, 49. XXVI
Ingram, Alexander, teacher, 133. XXXII
Ingram, C. W., 124. XXXIII
Ingram, John R., 124. XXXIII
Ingram, Mrs, 124. XXXIII
Ingram, S. C., skating medallist, 133, 134. XXXIII
Inner Gate (Castle), 7. XXIV
Innerethie estate, 37. XXV
Innes, Alex. Taylor, LL.D., 105. XXVI
Innes, Alexander, W.S., 225. XXXII
Innes, Cosmo, Professor of Constitutional History, 70, 82, 90n. XXXIII
Innes, Dr., teacher, 134. XXXII
Innes, Geo., cashier, Royal Bank, 110. XXVI
Innes, Geo., Inspector-General of Stamp Duties, 231. XXIV
Innes, Gilbert, of Stow, banker, 97, 99, 109, 118. XXXIII
Innes, Gilbert, of Stow, banker, musician and ‘richest commoner in Scotland,’ 109, 110. XXVI
Innes, Gilbert, of Stow, treasurer for Hopetoun monument, 29, 35, 36 ; deputy-governor of Royal Bank, 29. XXII
Innes, House, Moray, 34, 40. [CHECK] XXXI
Innes, John, teacher, 134. XXXII
Innes, John, W.S., 225. XXXII
Innes, Marjory, teacher, 134. XXXII
Innes, Thomas, Clerk to H.M. Signet, 48-9. XXXI
Innocent Railway, 50. XXXIV
‘Innocent’ Railway, 233 and n. XXIV
Institute of Fine Arts, 81, 82, 83, 85 ; proposes erection of building at Mound, 80. XXVII
Institution for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 46. XXXIV
Institution, The: see Royal Scottish Academy. XXXIII
Insurance company and fire hazards, 16-17. XXII
Insurance Society, Friendly Fire, 142. XXV
International Exhibition, 1886, 38. XXXIII
International Order of Good Templars, see Good Templars, International Order of. XXXIII
Inveraray Mortification, 166. XXVII
Inveresk, 212. XXV
Inveresk, 142, 147n. XXXV
Inveresk Church, sundials at, 101. XXVII
Inveresk Gate, dovecote at, 179. XXV
Inveresk Gate, sundial at, 106. XXVII
Inveresk House, ice house at, 127, 128. XXVIII
Inveresk House, sundial at, 103, 104. XXVII
Inveresk, Old Inveresk Cemetery, 48. XXXIII
Inverkeithing, 78, 157. XXXI
Inverkeithley : see Inverkeithing. XXXI
Inverleith, 43, 73, 122, 199 ; Rollock of Pilton waylaid at, 36. XXV
Inverleith, 2. XXXII
Inverleith, Laird of: see Touris, George. XXXIV
Inverleith, lands of, 27. XXVII
Inverleith Row, 75. XXXIII
Inverleith Row, 89. XXXV
Inverlochy, defeat of Argyle by Montrose in 1645 at, 10. XXXII
Ireland, 97. XXIX
Ireland, George Carpenter, 49. XXX
Ireland, Jean, 96. XXV
Ireland, Mr, 34. XXXV
Ireland’s Close, 133. XXIX
Irish vote in Edinburgh municipal politics, 35. XXXIII
Ironside, 222. XXIV
Ironside, 7, 21. XXXIV
Ironside (Arnesyde, Ernesyde, Irneside), lands of, 113, 143-4, 145. XXIII
Ironside, Edmund, 157. XXXI
Ironside, Eliza, 80, 82-3, 87, 89, 97, 99, 108-9, 112, 115, 128-9, 131, 137, 147-8, 152-3, 157. XXXI
Ironside, Jane : see Grant, Lady. XXXI
Ironside, Mrs. Judith, 80, 82, 87, 92, 97, 101, 108-9, 114, 122, 128, 133, 137, 147-8, 151, 157-8, 164. XXXI
Ironside, Ralph, 67, 75, 80, 86-7, 91, 97, 108-9, 112, 114-15, 117, 127-8, 130, 137, 147-8, 151-2, 157. XXXI
Irvine, George, teacher, 134. XXXII
Irvine, John, teacher, 134. XXXII
Irvine, Mr, 62, 89. XXXV
Irvine, Robt., microbiologist, 54, 55, 57n. XXXIII
Irving, Edward, 76. XXVI
Irving, Jas., surgeon, and Spittalfield, 238 and n. XXIV
Irving, John Robertson, 64. XXVI
Irving, John, W.S., appointment in 1830 as one of trustees for building of Donaldson’s Hospital of, 150. XXX
Irving, Mrs. G., of Newton, 138. XXVI
Irving of Stank, 112. XXV
Irving, Robt., of Bonshaw, W.S., 64. XXVI
Iudeu, 143, 146n. XXXV
Ivory, Wm., Sheriff of Inverness, 82, 94n. XXXIII

J

“Jack Frost”: see “John Frost.” XXXIII
Jack, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 40, 91. XXIX
Jack, Miss, teacher, 134. XXXII
Jack, Mr., charity workhouse manager, 53. XXII
Jack, Richard, teacher of mathematics, 134. XXXII
Jack’s Land, Canongate, 138, 155. XXXII
Jackson, Charles d’Orville Pilkington, sculptor, 198. XXXII
Jackson, Chas., 141, 149. XXIV
Jackson, Chas., merchant, 111. XXV
Jackson, Isobel Vere, 54. XXIX
Jackson, John Baptista, and mastership of School of Design, 69. XXVII
Jackson, John, Theatre Royal, 28. XXV
Jackson, Mary, teacher, 134. XXXII
Jackson, Mrs., 83. XXX
Jackson, Mrs., teacher, 134. XXXII
Jackson, President, 49. XXVIII
Jackson, Prof. K. H., 146-147. XXXV
Jackson, R. E. Scoresby, nephew of Wm. Scoresby, physician to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, 147. XXXIII
Jackson’s Close, 149. XXXII
Jacobean watermarks, 41. XXVII
Jacobite Club, 226. XXII
Jacobite Rebellion of 1745, 8, 61. XXIX
Jacobite Rising, 1745, 167, 175n. XXXIII
Jacobite risings, effect on development of Edinburgh, 34-35, 39, 42. XXXIV
Jacobite standards burned at Cross, 10; rising of 1715, 4; second rising, 168. XXVII
Jacquard loom, use in weaving shawls of, 57, 58. XXXI
Jaffray, Margt., wife of Isaac Miller, 207, 208. XXII
Jaffray, Patience, wife of Joseph Miller, 208. XXII
Jail, 43-46. XXXIV
Jak, John, 73. XXV
Jamaica, 5, 14, 18, 35, 40, 113n, 120-121ns. XXXV
Jamaica Street, 48, 52. XXXIV
James’ Court, Lawnmarket, 115, 130, 137, 138, 147. XXXII
James I, 23. XXXIV
James II, 23-24. XXXIV
James III, 24. XXXIV
James IV, 6, 109, 113, 114, 116, 119, 122, 123, 184. XXIV
James IV, 59. XXV
James IV, 202. XXXII
James IV, 138. XXXIII
James IV, 24-25, 37, 73. XXXIV
James IV, and St. Leonards Chapel, 127. XXIII
James V, 138. XXXIII
James V, 1. XXXIV
James V, and Holyrood Park, 129. XXIII
James V, bonnet-piece of, 41. XXV
James VI, 34, 36; and paper making, 53, 57, 58, 59, 69; hospital, 136. XXV
James VI, 40, 41. XXVII
James VI, 126 ; visit to Tam o’ the Cowgate’s house of, 12. XXIX
James VI, 138, 139. XXXIII
James VI, 6, 28-29, 32-33. XXXIV
James VII, 33. XXXIV
James VII, 111, 115, 118n. XXIX
James VII and city extension, 192. XXII
James VII, and city extension, 145. XXIV
James VII, his printing press at Holyrood, 55. XXV
James VII. See York, Duke of. XXIII
Jameson, Andrew, advocate, 123. XXXIII
Jameson, Edward, teacher, 134. XXXII
Jameson, Mrs., 66. XXX
Jameson, Mrs., teacher, 134. XXXII
Jameson, Patrick, builder, 60. XXIV
Jameson, Robt., Professor of Natural History, 50, 56n. XXXIII
Jameson, Robt., Professor of Natural History, Edinburgh, Wernerian, joint-founder of Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, assists Capt. Parry, 107. XXVI
James’s Court, 172. XXII
James’s Court, 91-92. XXXIV
Jamieson, Andrew, merchant, 19. XXV
Jamieson, Deacon, mason, 198. XXV
Jamieson, G. L. Auldjo, 83, 124. XXXIII
Jamieson, Jas., M.D., 156. XXVI
Jamieson, John Boyd, M.D., 156. XXVI
Jamieson, Patrick, mason, 13. XXII
Jamieson, Rev. Dr. John, compiler of Scottish Dictionary, friendship with Scott, 40-1. XXVI
Jamieson, Robt., merchant in Leith, 121. XXXIII
Jamieson, Walter, glazier, 133 and n. XXIX
Jamieson, Wm., mason, 21 n. XXIII
Jamiesons, family of, 85. XXXV
Jardine, Dr., minister of Tron Church, 175. XXII
Jardine, James, civil engineer, connection with Dean Bridge project of, 166-8 and n. XXX
Jardine, John, landlord of Archers’ Hall, 14, 15. XXXIII
Jardine, Margaret, wife of John Fullerton, 23. XXX
Jardine, Sir Henry, 168. XXX
Jardine, Sir Henry, King’s Remembrancer, 40 n. XXIII
Jardine, Sir Henry, Secy., of Edinburgh Skating Club, 100, 116, 120; resignation, 100. XXXIII
Jardine, Sir Wm., of Applegirth, 39. XXVI
Jardine, Stodart & Fraser, W.S., 64, 88n. [CHECK] XXXIII
Jarman, Miss, address at reopening of Theatre Royal, Shakespeare Square, in 1830 delivered by, 151. XXX
jasper, found in Fairy Dean, 85. XXXV
Jay, Mr., 80. XXX
Jeanie Dean’s Lane, proposal by R. F. Gourlay in 1852 for creation oi`, 52. XXX
Jedburgh, 52. XXIX
Jefferys, J. B., Retail Trade in Britain, 1850-1950, 119 and n. XXX
Jeffrey, Charlotte, 102, 106-110, 162. XXXI
Jeffrey, Francis, 29. XXII
Jeffrey, Francis, 10, 105. XXIV
Jeffrey, Francis, 14, 29, 74, 93, 135 ; born in Charles St., 22. XXVI
Jeffrey, Francis Jeffrey, Lord, 116-17 ; speech in
Edinburgh in 1830 in connection with abolition of West Indian slavery,
149 ; candidature in 1831 as M.P. for Edinburgh of, 153-4. XXX
Jeffrey, Francis, Lord, 68, 71, 74-5, 102-3, 106-12, 115, 128, 147, 162, 165. XXXI
Jeffrey, Francis, Lord, 120, 178, 183 and n., 184 and n. XXXII
Jeffrey, Francis, Lord, 10, 14-15, 115n. XXXV
Jeffrey, Lady, 90, 102-3, 108-110, 116, 147, 162. XXXI
Jeffrey Street, 49. XXXIII
Jeffrey Street, 51, 53. XXXIV
Jeffrey Street, rebuilding and partial restoration of Trinity College Church in, 50. XXX
Jeffrey, Tom, 13, 17, 115n. XXXV
Jenkin, Austin F., 123. XXXIII
Jenkin, Fleeming, Professor of Engineering, 123. XXXIII
Jenkins, John, teacher, 135. XXXII
Jenkinson’s Ltd., glass and china merchants, 212. XXXII
Jenner, Charles, co-founder of Jenners, 137. XXX
Jenners, drapers, Princes Street, 137 and n. XXX
Jenners Ltd., 40. XXXIV
Jericho, house at Drumsheugh, 74 n. XXV
Jericho, name given to town’s granary in Water of Leith village, 15 ; see also Edinburgh, Town Council of. XXX
Jersey, George, 4th Earl of, 165. XXXI
Jessamine Cottage, 168 n. XXIV
Jessfield, House, Newhaven, 143, 148n. XXXIII
Jewellers, 125, 170, 172. XXXIII
Jewish meeting, 95, 131n. XXXV
Jex-Blake, Dr Sophia, 78, 83, 92n; trial, 81, 93n, 94n. XXXIII
Jinkabout paper mill, 48. XXVII
Joass, Major, Fort Major, Stirling Castle, 225. XXXII
Jobson, Mrs., of Lochore, 87-8. XXVI
Jock’s Lodge, 63, 68, 70, 71, 74, 80; otherwise known as Bluegowns Lodge, 79; toll-bar at, 80 ; origin of name, 80. XXIII
Jock’s Lodge, 5. XXVII
Jock’s Lodge, 66. XXXIII
Jock’s Lodge, 42, 109, 114-115. XXXIV
Jock’s Lodge House, 80. XXIII
John, Bishop of Glasgow, 3, 9. XXX
John, Bishop of Glasgow, 141. XXXV
John Bull, performance in Edinburgh in 1803 of, 90. XXX
“John Frost,” patron saint of Edinburgh Skating Club, 96, 114, 115, 117; song of Edinburgh Skating Club, 109. XXXIII
John of Cragy, 1 and n. XXXI
John of Crychtoun, 1 and n. XXXI
John of Stirling, Sheriff of Edinburgh, 1 and n. XXXI
John, Prior of Hexham Abbey, 8 and n. XXX
Johnson (Johnsoun), Francis, sergeant of regality of Broughton, 121. XXIII
Johnson, Dr. Saml., 241 ; Tour to Hebrides, 19, 30; and Prestonfield, 187-8. XXIV
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, 20. XXVII
Johnson, Dr Samuel, 27. XXXIII
Johnson, Dr Samuel, 91-92. XXXIV
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, and Blacklock, 26 ; and Smollett’s monument, 37 ; visits Sir John Dalrymple, 58 ; and Henry’s History of Britain, 106; tutors ‘Queeny ‘ Thrale, wife of Admiral, Lord Keith, 111. XXVI
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, at Drumsheugh, 83. XXV
Johnson, Hannah, wife of Geo. Miller, brewer, 211. XXII
Johnson, Rowland, report on siege of Edinburgh Castle, 1573, 11, 12n. XXXIII
Johnston, Alex., writer, 111. XXV
Johnston, Alicia, wife of Wm. Baird of Newbyth, 89. XXII
Johnston, antiquary, 45, 46, 47. XXXIII
Johnston, baker in Hamilton Place, 29. XXXIII
Johnston, Charles, schoolmaster, 15. XXIX
Johnston, Charles, teacher of English, 135. XXXII
Johnston, H., 104. XXX
Johnston, James, in charge of Surgeon’s Hall bagnio, 60-61. XXXIV
Johnston, James, of Alva, 159. XXXI
Johnston, James, physician extraordinary to the King, 179. XXXII
Johnston, James, teacher of writing, 135, 144. XXXII
Johnston, Johannes, musical instrument made in Edinburgh by, 50. XXXII
Johnston, John, master of Charity Working School, 135. XXXII
Johnston, John, teacher of English, 135. XXXII
Johnston, John, wright, 75. XXIII
Johnston, Joseph, of Sciennes, 96. XXIX
Johnston, Margaret, wife of James Affleck, baker, 129 and n. XXIX
Johnston, Mary, 33, 38. XXIX
Johnston, Mr., 72. XXX
Johnston, Mrs., teacher of French, 135. XXXII
Johnston of Hilton, ‘Suphy,’ her curious ways, 26-7. XXVI
Johnston, Patrick, Lord Provost, 142. XXIV
Johnston, Rev. George, 11, 115n. XXXV
Johnston, Reverend John, minister of Roxburgh Place Relief Chapel, 27. XXIX
Johnston, Reverend William, teacher (1830-1859) in
Merchant Maiden Hospital and Chaplain, 47, 49, 65, 67, 68, 73, 86, 89,
92. XXIX
Johnston, Robert, 130. XXIII
Johnston, Robert, efforts on behalf of Nelson Monument, 57-8. XXIII
Johnston, Sir Archibald, of Warriston, 96, 104. XXIX
Johnston, Sir Patrick, Lord Provost, 100, 110. XXV
Johnston, Sir Wm., Lord Provost, printer, 37. XXXIII
Johnston, Sir Wm., of Kirkhill, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 95. XXVI
Johnston Terrace, 44, 152, 158; contract in 1829 for,
142; building in 1829-31 of, 144, 147, 149, 155; excavations in 1830 on
south bank of Edinburgh Castle in connection with building of, 147 ;
amount spent by 1830 on building of George IV Bridge and, 151 ; effect
of lack of funds in 1831 on building of, 152. XXX
Johnston Terrace, plans in 1820s for building of, 143, 148 and n., 149, 150, 155-6, 165, 174, 181 and n. XXIX
Johnston, Thomas, part-owner of Three Steps, 73. XXIII
Johnston, Tom, 38. XXXIII
Johnston, William, advocate, 27 ; tenancy of Allan
Ramsay’s house on Castlehill of, 26 ; petition to Edinburgh Town
Council in 1759 for repair of road leading from Castlehill by Allan
Ramsay and, 26. XXX
Johnston, William, bailie, 140. XXIX
Johnston, William, teacher of English, 135. XXXII
Johnston, Wm., wright, 80; acquires part of Three Steps, 79. XXIII
Johnstone, Agnes, 8, 19. XXXIV
Johnstone, Alison, see Boyd, Mrs James. XXXV
Johnstone, Andrew, teacher, 135. XXXII
Johnstone, Claud, 17. XXV
Johnstone, Hon. Andrew C., Governor of Dominica, 68. XXVI
Johnstone, Jacobina, see Boyd, Mrs John. XXXV
Johnstone, James, Chevalier de, at Drumsheugh, 81, 89. XXV
Johnstone, John (Jun.), teacher, 135. XXXII
Johnstone, Mary, see Davidson, Mrs Thomas. XXXV
Johnstone, Mrs., teacher of cookery, 135. XXXII
Johnstone, Rev. Dr William, Limekilns, 107, 133n. XXXV
Johnstone, Sir John Lowthe, Bart., 34. XXVII
Johnstone, Thos., advocate, 121. XXXIII
Johnstone, Walter, teacher, 135. XXXII
Johnstone, William, weaver, 23. XXV
Johnstone, Wm., W.S., 121. XXXIII
Johnstone’s Coffee House, see Edinburgh Temperance Hotel and Reading Room. XXXV
Johnstons of Westerhall, owners of property in Sciennes and Newington, 158. XXIV
Johnston’s Regiment, 100, 103. XXXII
Joiners, 33. XXXIII
Joint Stock Companies, 61. XXV
Joint Stock Company, proposed formation in 1825 for effecting Improvements in Edinburgh of, 160. XXIX
Jollie, the Misses, milliners, 68, 81-3, 88, 97, 102, 131, 157. XXXI
Jolly, Walter, tailor, 55, 56. XXIII
Jones, Frederick, actor, 127. XXXI
Jones, John, imprisonment in Edinburgh Castle in 1752-3 of, 94, 96. XXXII
Jones, Major Alex., of Culleonard, 135. XXVI
Jones, Mr., teacher of dancing, 146. XXXII
Jones of Nottingham, 139 and n. XXX
Jones, Paul, 128. XXVI
Jones, Robt., Lieut., 101, 105, 106. XXXIII
Jonson, Ben, banqueted in Edinburgh, 203. XXII
Jopp, John, W.S., 122. XXXIII
Jordan Bank, 101, 102. XXIV
Jordan Burn, 87, 92, 101 ; toll-bar at, 104. XXIV
Jordan Burn, 171. XXVII
Jordan Burn, 38, 52. XXXIV
Jordan Lane, 204. XXXII
Jordan Lane, 85. XXXIV
Jordanburn : see Pow Burn. XXXII
Journal of Adult Education, 129n. XXX
Journal of Friends’ Historical Society, 136n. XXX
Jovy, Mrs. H., 108. XXX
Joyce, J. W., of Bury St. Edmunds, contributes notes on Edinburgh in 1797 from a French officer’s notebooks, 191-5. XXVIII
Joyfrasson, Janet, 20. XXXIV
Judith and Holofernes, exhibition by Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 of Etty’s painting of, 143. XXX
Juniper Green, 84, 86. XXXIV
Juniper Green, 24, 43, 117n. XXXV
Justice, Christian, wife of John Rollock of Pilton, 37. XXV
Justice, John, 107. XXVII
Justice, Wm., merchant burgess of Edinburgh, 37. XXV
Justices of the Peace, their part in roads
administration: the Midlothian minute book, 106ff; their procedure,
107; faults in the system, 107; appointment by of an overseer and his
instructions, 107-108; their act of 1731 , 108; success of
decentralization confirmed by their act of 1736, 109; payments for road
maintenance, 109-110, and statute labour, 110; their difficulties in
enforcing the law, 110-111; petitions to for commutation of services,
111-112; stents on landowners by, 112; rouping of tolls by, 112-113;
duty on loaded or unloaded carts? 113; duty on traffic to and
from Edinburgh? 113-114; their shared responsibilities with city
magistrates and with neighbouring shires, 117; the end of the system,
117-118. XXXIV
Justiciar of Lothian, 141-142, 146n. XXXV
Justiciars, 141-142. XXXV
Justiciary Court, 50. XXIII
Justinian I, Emperor, establishment of monastery at Mount Sinai, 137, 141n. XXXIII

K

Kaffraria, 5, 113n. XXXV
Kaimes, Liberton, 53. XXVII
Kames, Lord, 8, 11 ; his proposal anent North Bridge, 148, 152, 153. XXIII
Kames, Lord, Boswell and, 38, 44. XXVI
Kames, Lord, mainly responsible for School of Design, 68. XXVII
Kames, Lord. See Home, Henry. XXII
Karkettill, William, 68. XXXIV
Kashmir shawls, 52, 57. XXXI
Kate’s mill, Colinton, 52. XXVII
Kate’s Mill, Colinton, 70, 213 n. XXV
Kay, Jean, 83. XXXII
Kay, John, Edinburgh Portraits, 24. XXX
Kay, John, his Edinburgh Portraits, 188. XXIX
Kay, John, his etching of Jas. Graham, medical quack, 158. XXII
Kay, John, Original Portraits, 41. XXV
Kay, John, Original Portraits, 78, 88 n., 167 n., 172 n., 173 n., 250, 251. XXIV
Kay, Miss, lady superintendent of Edinburgh Educational Institution, 79. XXIX
Kay, Robt., of Wester Duddingston, 167 n. XXIV
Kay’s Original Portraits, 11, 62, 65, 67, 83, 109, 126. XXVI
Kean, Charles, 158, 162. XXXI
Kean, Edmund, actor, 121, 127, 146, 163. XXXI
Keir, Adam, negotiations in 1804 for the purchase by Merchant Maiden Hospital of land in Lauriston of, 20. XXIX
Keir, Patrick Small, advocate, 121. XXXIII
Keir, Sir George, 7. XXXI
Keir Street, 20. XXIX
Keir Street Academy, 180. XXXIII
Keir, Wm., baxter, feuar at Coates, 80, 81, 86. XXV
Keith, Admiral Lord, 156, 159. XXXI
Keith, Alex., writer, 100. XXV
Keith, Alexander, of Ravelston, 74, 175. XXVII
Keith, Anna, wife of William Scoullar, merchant, 127 and n. XXIX
Keith, Archibald, teacher, 135. XXXII
Keith, Geo. K. Elphinstone, Viscount, naval career,
110-11 ; suppresses Sheerness meeting; carries out negotiations
relating to Napoleon’s exile; receives freedom of London and a sword,
in Parliament, his second wife daughter of Mrs. Thrale (Mrs. Piozzi),
111-12 ; laird of Tulliallan, English peerage, 112. XXVI
Keith, Humbie, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Keith, James, printseller, 109, 134n. XXXV
Keith, Lady, 131-5. XXXI
Keith, Marischal, chapel of, 4 and n. XXX
Keith, Marshal, Earl Marischal, 111. XXVI
Keith, Mrs., of Ravelston, sister of Baroness Nairne, 175. XXVII
Keith of Stonehaven Marischal, George Keith Elphinstone, Lord, Admiral, 97. XXX
Keith, Robt., Bishop, 80. XXV
Keith, Robt., of Fedret, 112. XXV
Keith, Sir Alexander, Bart., of Ravelston and Dunnottar, 130, 132-4, 165. XXXI
Keith, Sr Thos., photographer, 151, 152, 153, 155. [CHECK - the original index does say Sr ] XXXIII
Keith, Viscountess. See Thrale, Hester Maria. XXVI
Kelland, Mrs L., 66, 89n. XXXIII
Kelland, Philip, Professor of Mathematics, 71, 89n. XXXIII
Kellie, Agnes, 58. XXII
Kellie, fifth Earl of, 82. XXV
Kello, John, 8. XXXIV
Kello, John, dagmaker, Canongate, 10n. XXXIV
Kello, John, embroiderer, 130. XXIX
Kello, John, writer, 77. XXIV
Kellop, Andrew, 3. XXXIV
Kelly, Michael, singer, performance in Edinburgh in 1802 in Love in a Village of, 63; performance in Edinburgh in 1802 in Artaxerxes of, 64. XXX
Kelso, 161. XXIX
Kelso, 18, 36. XXXII
Kelso, 109. XXXIV
Kelso, 141-142, 165. XXXV
Kelso Abbey, 7, 9 ; grant of Treverlen by Earl Henry
(1136-47) to, 3 and n. ; confirmation of grant in 1159, 3 and n., 4 ;
lawsuit over the Crag between Holyrood Abbey and, 4 and n., 9 ;
confirmation (c. 1198-1202) of parish churches possessed by, 4 and n. ;
ownership of parish church of Pencaitland by, 4 ; possession of
churches in arch-deaconry of Lothian (late thirteenth century) by, 5
and n. ; confirmation of ownership of village of Treverlen (1165-74)
by, 6 and n. ; ownership (1165-74) of Dodin’s land in Berwick by, 6 and
n. ; grant of West Linton church by Dodin to, 6 and n. ; possession of
Easter Duddingston (1221-36) by, 6 and n. ; possession of barony of
Duddingston from early thirteenth to sixteenth century by, 6-7 and n. ;
ownership of Easter and Wester Duddingston from early thirteenth to
sixteenth century by, 6-7 and n. ; Papal indulgence obtained in 1426
by, 7 and n.; Arthur’s Seat shared between Holyrood Abbey and, 7-8 ;
probable gift by David I of Treverlen and its Crag to, 9 ; feuing to
laymen (1153-9) of Clydesdale property of, 9 and n. ; see also Arnold,
Abbot of Kelso ; Herbert, Abbot of Kelso ; Liber de CalchouXXX
Kelso Abbey, Duddingston part of patrimony of, 108. XXIII
Kelso Grammar School, 114. XXXII
Keltie, Miss, teacher, 135. XXXII
Kelvin, Lord, Prof. P. G. Tait collaborates with, 96. XXVI
Kelvin, Wm. Thomson, Baron, 80, 93n, XXXIII
Kemble, John Philip, actor, 104; performance in Edinburgh in 1806 as Falstaff of, 106-7. XXX
Kemp, Geo. Meikle, architect of Scott Monument, 101 and n., 102. XXIV
Kemp, George Meikle, architect, 41 ; drawings in 1843, illustrating scheme for completion of National Monument by, 39-40. XXX
Kemp, John, boxmaster of Canongate Tailors, 98. XXII
Kemp, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 136. XXXII
Kemp, Thos., brother of [Kemp, Geo. Meikle, architect of Scott Monument], 101. XXIV
Kennedie, Robert, writer, first husband of Mary Erskine, 3. XXIX
Kennedy, David, vocalist, 43. XXXIII
Kennedy, Donald, 69. XXXIV
Kennedy, Hugh, preacher, 116, 146, 154. XXVII
Kennedy, James, senior partner in Jenners, 137. XXX
Kennedy, James, weaver, 53 and n., 59. XXXI
Kennedy, Janet, 69. XXXIV
Kennedy, Janet, Lady Bothwell, 57. XXXIV
Kennedy, John, apothecary, 75. XXIV
Kennedy, John, ‘fischmunger,’ 58 n. XXII
Kennedy, John, junior, 122. XXXIII
Kennedy, John, surgeon, 10. XXII
Kennedy, John, W.S., 121. XXXIII
Kennedy, Katherine, daughter of Gilbert, Lord, 34. XXV
Kennedy, Mrs., 65. XXX
Kennedy, Rev. Prof. H. A. A., 159. XXVI
Kennedy, Sir Thomas, of Kirkhill, Lord Provost of Edinburgh in 1685-1686, 130-131 and n. XXIX
Kennedy, Sir Thos., of Kirkhill, 108. XXV
Kennedy, Sir Thos., of Kirkhill, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 135. XXVI
Kennedy, Thos., of Dunure, ardent Whig, friend of Jeffrey and Cockburn, 135. XXVI
Kennedy’s Close, 156. XXXII
Kenneth, King, 147n. XXXV
Kennington, Charles, co-founder of Jenners, 137. XXX
Kentdale, 144. XXXV
Ker, Andrew, his lands in Bristo, 59. XXII
Ker, Andro, of Fairnehais, 5. XXXIV
Ker, Colin, weaver, 14. XXV
Ker, Geo., 251. XXIV
Ker, Guillaume, teacher of French, 136. XXXII
Ker, James, laird of Buchtrigg and Drumsheugh, 82. XXV
Ker, Jas., merchant, Potterrow, 59. XXII
Ker, Jas., M.P. for Edinburgh, 8. XXII
Ker, John, Professor of Humanity, 136. XXXII
Ker, John, teacher of writing, 136. XXXII
Ker, John, writer, 14. XXV
Ker, Lord Mark, Governor of Edinburgh Castle, dispute over property rights on Castlehill with Allan Ramsay of, 22-3. XXX
Ker, Mr., 78. XXX
Ker, Peggy, and Drumsheugh, 81. XXV
Ker, Robert, first Earl of Roxburgh, owner of Broughton, 72. XXV
Ker, Robert, of Broomlands, and Pleasance, 140, 141. XXIII
Ker, Robt., of Broomlands, his wife infeft in portion of Newington, 158. XXIV
Ker, Thomas, brother to [Ker, Andro, of Fairnehais], 5. XXXIV
Kerr, Andrew, merchant, 133. XXIX
Kerr, Chas. K., Captain, 109, 120. XXXIII
Kerr, Chas. M., merchant in Leith, 122. XXXIII
Kerr, Chas., of Bughtrig, friend of Boswell, King’s Printer, 104. XXVI
Kerr, General Lord Mark, Governor of Edinburgh Castle (1745-52), 56, 57, 59, 62, 63, 64, 68. XXXII
Kerr, Geo., M.D., 123. XXXIII
Kerr, George, merchant, 67. XXV
Kerr, H. F., quoted, 68 and 72n, 4. XXXIV
Kerr, Henry F., Cardinal Beaton’s Palace : Blackfriars’ Wynd, 239-46. XXIV
Kerr, Henry Francis, architect, drawings illustrating
proposed plan for completion of National Monument by, 41 ; suggestions
for funicular railway and later a tramway track from Waterloo Place to
the National Monument by, 41. XXX
Kerr, hotel keeper, 86. XXXIII
Kerr, Miss, 47. XXXV
Kerr, Rev. Dr John, Alnwick, 32, 53, 119n. XXXV
Kerr, Thos., 42. XXXIII
Kerr’s Wynd, Musselburgh, dovecote at, 188. XXV
Kerse, regality of, given to canons of Holyrood Abbey,
1; disappearance within regality of Broughton of, 1, 9n; feu-farming
of, 7, 14, 15. XXXIV
Kersemere shawls : see Kashmir shawls. XXXI
Kersland, Lady, 124. XXV
Kew, 123. XXXII
Kilgraston Road, 205. XXXII
Kilkerran, Lord, his house in West Nicolson St., 205. XXIV
Kilkerran, Lord. See Fergusson, Sir Jas. XXII
Kilkerran, Lord. See Fergusson, Sir Jas. XXVI
Killicanty, 14. XXXIV
Killsith, 19. XXXII
Kilnacre, 69. XXIII
Kilpatrick, Mr, 83. XXXIII
Kilsyth, battle of, 105. XXIX
Kincaid, Agnes, 111. XXVII
Kincaid, Alex., goldsmith, 113. XXV
Kincaid, Alex., King’s Printer, 97. XXVI
Kincaid, Alexander, map of Edinburgh in 1784 by, 31n. XXX
Kincaid, Buchanan, of Carbeth and Auchinreoch, 129. XXVII
Kincaid, Clement, 17. XXXIV
Kincaid, Edward, maltman, Edinburgh, 18. XXXIV
Kincaid, Edward, merchant, Edinburgh, 17. XXXIV
Kincaid, Edward, yr., son of above, 18. [CHECK text] XXXIV
Kincaid, George, 95, 96. XXIII
Kincaid, George, bailie of Broughton, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, George, bailie of Canongate, son of above, 11n. [CHECK text] XXXIV
Kincaid, James, 111, 113, 126; succeeds to lands of Auchinreoch, 127. XXVII
Kincaid, James, died 1585, 17. XXXIV
Kincaid, James, “of Carlowrie”, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, James, of Craiglockhart, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, James, yr., of that Ilk, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, Jean, 111. XXVII
Kincaid, John, of Craighouse, 6, 18. XXXIV
Kincaid, John, of Warriston, murdered 1560, 5, 6, 15, 19, 20. XXXIV
Kincaid, John, son of James, died 1585, 17. XXXIV
Kincaid, John, yr., of Carlowrie, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, Lady (Jean Livingston), wife of John, of Warriston, beheaded for murder, 1600, 5-7. XXXIV
Kincaid, Margaret, wife of John Stenhope, elder, 16. XXXIV
Kincaid, Mary, 111. XXVII
Kincaid, Michael, 111, 127. XXVII
Kincaid, Patrick, tutor of Warriston, 6, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, Robert, of Cowston, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, Robert, son of James of Carlowrie, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, Steven, 12n, 18. XXXIV
Kincaid, Thomas, medical student, 112 ; studies French
and Dutch, makes ‘collection’ of notes, 113 ; non-professional reading,
114 ; religion, attends Tron Church and Magdalen Chapel, 115 ; Confession of Faith,
117, 118 ; reads official and political publications, many ‘worldly’
interests, 119 ; devoted to sport, ‘historic treatise’ on golf, 120,
121 ; archery, 121, 122 ; amusements, 124 ; walking excursions, 125 ;
domestic life, and the Revolution, 126; family settlement, Principal
Usher to Her Majesty, admitted surgeon – apothecary, 127 ; writer of
Latin verse, archery successes, 128; death, 129. XXVII
Kincaid, Thomas, 130n. XXIX
Kincaid, Thomas, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid, Thomas, of Auchinreoch, his career, 112, 124, 127. XXVII
Kincaid, Thos., 110. XXV
Kincaid, William, brother of John of Warriston, 6, 11n. XXXIV
Kincaid’s History of Edinburgh, 51. XXVII
Kincaid’s Lands, 182. XXII
Kincaids of Coates, and Warriston, 79. XXV
Kincaids of that Ilk, 112. XXVII
Kincardine, Alexander Bruce, 2nd Earl of, 91. XXXIV
Kincardine, minister at, 132. XXIX
Kinear: see Kinnear. XXX
King, Alexander, advocate, 91. XXIII
King, Alexander, notary, 154. XXXV
King, Alexander, protocol books of, 131n. XXIX
King James’s Hospital, Leith, 13, 110. XXXII
‘King James’s knowe,’ 116. XXIV
King John, performance in Edinburgh in 1810 of, 111-12. XXX
King, Mr., 103. XXX
King, Mr., painter and glazier, 57. XXIX
King, Rev. Dr David, Glasgow, 40, 121n. XXXV
King Richard III, performance in Edinburgh in 1804 of, 105. XXX
King Street : see Great King Street. XXXI
King, Thomas, weaver, 23. XXV
King, William, teacher, 136. XXXII
Kingfisher, the, a convoy ship, 104. XXVIII
Kinghorn, 189. XXIX
King’s Bridge, 49. XXXIV
King’s Bridge, building in 1820s. of, 178 and n., 181. XXIX
King’s Bridge, Castle Terrace, 178 n. XXIV
King’s College, Aberdeen, 123, 136. XXXII
King’s Dragoon Guards, 63, 76, 103. XXXII
King’s Lodgings, 12, 12n. XXXIII
King’s Meadows, 38. XXXIV
King’s Own Royal Border Regiment, 73. XXXII
King’s Park, 158, 211. XXII
King’s Park, 41, 42, 109, 111, 112, 129, 130, 132, 145. XXIII
King’s Park, 221, 223, 226, 229, 232. XXIV
King’s Park, 147-8. XXIX
King’s Park, 17. XXXII
King’s Stables, 124. XXV
King’s Stables, 29, 30. XXXIV
King’s Stables Road, 51, 114. XXXIV
King’s Stables Road, 178n. XXIX
King’s Street : see High Street. XXX
King’s Theatre, 191, 192. XXXII
King’s Wall, 25. XXXIV
King’s Wark, 32. XXXIV
King’s Wark, Leith, 7. XXXII
King’s Werk, Leith, 32. XXVII
Kingsknowe, 86. XXXIV
Kininmonth, James, chamberlain of Fife, 135-6 and n. XXIX
Kinkell, acquisition in 1747 by Allan Ramsay, painter, of lands of, 21. XXX
Kinleith paper mill, 47. XXV
Kinloch, David, baker, 97. XXIII
Kinloch, Hugh, boxmaster, Canongate Tailors, 102. XXII
Kinloch, Lieutenant David, of Conland, 77 ; bankruptcy of, 57-8, 60, 61. XXXII
Kinloch, Magdalen, wife of Sir Jas. Rocheid, town clerk, 122. XXV
Kinloch, Mr., 96. XXXII
Kinloch’s Close, 145, 150, 153. XXXII
Kinnear & Gordon, structural consultants, Merchiston Tower restoration, 9. XXXIII
Kinnear and Peddie, Messrs, architects, 96-97. XXXIV
Kinnear, Andrew, 148. XXIV
Kinnear, George, banker, 66, 74. XXX
Kinnear, Mrs., 66, 68, 69, 74, 77, 78. XXX
Kintore, fifth Earl of, 121. XXVI
Kintore, sixth Earl of, 122. XXVI
Kintore, Wm., of Mountlothian, advocate, 118, 125. XXV
Kintore, Wm., physician, 118, 126. XXV
Kirby Hall, Northamptonshire, 41. XXXI
Kirk, Mrs., mother of above, author of “Tried Favourites” cookery book, 200. [CHECK text] XXXII
Kirk o’ Field, 134. XXV
Kirk of Field, 25-26, 41: and see St Mary of the Fields. XXXIV
Kirk of Field port, 202. XXIV
Kirk, Reverend John, 200. XXXII
Kirk, Reverend John, son of above, minister of Evangelical Union Church at Gorgie, 200. [CHECK text - and work out how to identify the other one!] XXXII
Kirk Sessions, Thomas Fisher, treasurer (1685-1686) to, 134. XXIX
Kirk Treasurer, his poor-law duties, 38. XXII
Kirkaldy of Grange, 30. XXVII
Kirkbrae, 71, 72, 76, 85. XXV
Kirkbraehead, 8. XXIV
Kirkbraehead, 71, 75. XXV
Kirkbraehead, 135. XXXII
Kirkbraehead, 42-43, 51. XXXIV
Kirkby, 144. XXXV
Kirkby Kendall, 144. XXXV
Kirkby Lonsdale, 144. XXXV
Kirkcaldy, Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Branch of, 20. XXXIII
Kirkcaldy, Thos., minister, 108. XXV
Kirkgate, Leith, 7, 130, 133, 138. XXXII
Kirkheuch, 73, 91, 97, 104, 141. XXV
Kirkheugh, 133, 137, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 151. XXIV
Kirkheugh, 153. XXVII
Kirkheugh, 32-33. XXXIV
Kirkheugh, 115 and n. XXIX
Kirkliston, 109. XXXIV
Kirkliston, lime for the construction of Heriot’s Hospital obtained from, 34. XXXI
Kirkliston, 147n. XXXV
Kirkpatrick, John, advocate, composer of A-skating we will go, 109; member of Edinburgh Skating Club, 109, 123. XXXIII
Kirk-sessions, and poor relief, 38 ; agreement with town council anent Charity Workhouse, 39. XXII
Kirkstorphin Wells, 167. XXVII
Kirkton, James, historian of Kirk, 116, 126, 150. XXVII
Kirkwall, minister at, 69, 90n. XXXIII
Kirkwood, Adam, 218 n. XXXII
Kirkwood, Adam, indweller, Colinton, 161 . XXII
Kirkwood, Gilbert, builder of Pilrig House, extensive
landowner in Edinburgh; apprentice goldsmith, 160 ; his two wives ;
burgess and guild-brother ; purchases lands of Pilrig; builds present
mansion; description of, 161-2; town house at Bull’s Close (High
Street) ; his shop near St. Giles’, 162 ; ‘extraordinair’ proits ;
deacon of Goldsmiths and deacon-convener of city ; confers with Geo.
Heriot’s trustees regarding winding up of estate, 163 ; one of city’s
M.P.’s ; makes two silver basins for South Leith Church, 164 ; may have
died of plague, 165. XXII
Kirkwood, Gilbert, of Pilrig, goldsmith, 218 and n., 219-21. XXXII
Kirkwood, Gilbert, the Younger, infefted in Pilrig
estate, 164 ; Writer to Signet, 165 ; member of Edinburgh War
Committee, 166. XXII
Kirkwood, James, teacher of Latin, 136. XXXII
Kirkwood, Jas., tailor, Canongate, 109. XXII
Kirkwood, Jean, 164, 165. XXII
Kirkwood, Patrick, blacksmith, Colinton, 160. XXII
Kirkwood, Rachel, 164 ; marries Wm. Douglas, advocate, 165. XXII
Kirkwood, Robert, plan of Edinburgh by, 1817, 40, 48. XXXIV
Kirkwood, Robert, Tower of Merchiston in map of 1817 by, 27-8 and n., 31. XXXI
Kirkwood, Robt., 27, map of 1817, 2, 159. XXXIII
Kirkwood, Thomas, goldsmith, 218 and n., 219-21. XXXII
Kirkwood, Thomas, teacher, 136. XXXII
Kirkwood, Thos., goldsmith, 161. XXII
Kirkwood’s map of Edinburgh, 4. XXIII
Kirkwood’s Plan of Edinburgh, 79. XXV
Kirkwood’s Plan of Edinburgh (1817), 70, 81, 82, 85, 102, 103, 154, 155, 156, 174, 178 and n., 182, 189 n., 199. XXIV
Kirton in Lindsey, 144. XXXV
Kissam, Dr B., of America, 119. XXXIII
Kitchen, William, teacher, 136. XXXII
Knife grinder, 212. XXXII
Knight, Andrew, teacher, 127. XXXII
Knipe, Reverend Rest, teacher, 136. XXXII
Knowles, J. Sheridan, 35, 120n. XXXV
Knox, Dr. Robert, lecturer in anatomy, 31 ; attacks in 1829 by mobs on the property of, 142-3. XXX
Knox, Dr. Robert, lecturer in Anatomy, connection with Burke and Hare of, 183-4. XXIX
Knox, Dr. Robt., anatomist, his home in Newington, 194-6. XXIV
Knox, Gilbert, 155. XXXV
Knox, James, land surveyor, 206. XXV
Knox, Jas., Plan of Edinburgh, 108-9, 172. XXIV
Knox, John, 170 ; educational aims of, 2. XXIX
Knox, John, 4. XXXV
Knox, John, his preaching in the Bishop of Dunkeld’s “Great Lodging”, 68-72. XXXIV
Knox, John, proposal for removal from quadrangle of New College of statue of, 59; foundation laid in 1829 of church to be named after, 145 ; suspension in 1830 of building of new church to be named after, 152. XXX
Knox, Misses, 67, 79. XXX
Knox, Mr., 102. XXX
Knox, Mr, 24. XXXV
Knox, Mr, apothecary, 59. XXXIV
Knox, Robert, teacher, 136. XXXII
Knox, Thomas, Master of the Merchant Company, 141. XXX
Knox, William, teacher, 136. XXXII
Knox’s house, 134. XXV
Knox’s House, High Street, sundial at, 102. XXVII
Koch, Dr. Robert, 22. XXXII
Königlich Bayerisches Krieg-Ministerium, drawing of Edinburgh Castle, 10, 12n. XXXIII
Krames, 125. XXX
Kyd, J. B., apprentice shawl pattern printer, 61. XXXI
Kyle, John, 92. XXIII
Kyle, Robt., writer, 142. XXIV
Kysar (Keysar), Michael, paper maker, 53, 56, 57, 58, 59, 69. XXV

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La Hersie, Mr., dancing master, 136, 137. XXXII
La Motte, Mr., dancing master, 137. XXXII
La Tour, Fantin, teacher of French, 137. XXXII
La Tour, Madame Fantin, teacher of harpsichord, 137. [CHECK] XXXII
Labour Electoral Association, 39; formation, 1888, 33, 40n. XXXIII
Labour Party, Scottish Council, 31, XXXIII
L’Académie Royal des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, account of Granton Marine Station, 53, 56. XXXIII
Ladies Assembly, new premises for, 23-4, 26. XXII
Ladies’ Institution : see Edinburgh Ladies Institution, Park Place. XXIX
Lady Butts, 9 and n. XXXI
Lady Fyfe’s Brae, 7. XXXII
Lady Glenorchy’s Church, 43, 51. XXXIV
Lady Lawson Street, 53. XXXIV
Lady Lawson Wynd, 53. XXXIV
Lady Provost : see Arbuthnot, Lady. XXXI
Lady St. Monance Close, 115. XXIX
Lady Stair’s Close, 123. XXXII
Lady Wynd, King’s Stables Road, 6. XXIV
Lady Yester’s Church, repair in 1680s of, 41 and n. XXXII
Lady Yester’s parish, 90. XXV
Lady’s School of Arts, 226. XXII
Laidlaw, William, teacher, 137. XXXII
Laidley, Archibald, teacher, 137. XXXII
Laigh council-house, 10. XXII
Laigson, Sir Chas., Lord Provost, seed merchant XXXIII
Laime, Francis, teacher of drawing, 137. XXXII
Laing, Alexander, teacher, 137. XXXII
Laing Charters, 108. XXVI
Laing, David, addition to his Cartulary of St. Giles, 51-8. XXVIII
Laing, David, antiquarian, 130. XXX
Laing, David, antiquarian, 151. XXXIII
Laing, David, wright, 11. XXV
Laing, Gilbert, merchant, 120. XXXIII
Laing, Malcolm, historian, 155, 157 XXXV
Laing, Margaret, widow of Archibald Row, merchant, 83. XXIX
Laing, Meason: see Laing, Gilbert, merchant. XXXIII
Laing, William, bookseller, father of [Laing, David, antiquarian], 130-1 and n. XXX
Laing, William, teacher, 137. XXXII
‘Laird’s hill’ (Greenhill), 71. XXIV
Lake, Richd., 50. XXVI
Lamb, Alexander, 70-71. XXXIV
Lamb, Mr., 96. XXXII
Lamb, Wm., Viscount Melbourne: see Melbourne, Wm. Lamb, Viscount Melbourne. XXXIII
Lambert, R. S., The Universal Provider, 122n. XXX
Lammerlaw, 142. XXXV
Lammermuir, 142. XXXV
Lamplighters, 82. XXXIII
Lampposts, 87, 88. XXXIII
L’amy, Jas.: see Lamy, Jas. XXXIII
Lamy, Jas., advocate, 121. XXXIII
Lanark, 109. XXXIV
Lanark Road, 114. XXXIV
Lanarkshire, 142. XXXV
Lancashire, Tom, actor, Comedy Hut owned by, 179 and n. XXXI
Lancaster, Joseph, his teaching methods adopted in Edinburgh, 10 and n. XXVIII
Lancaster, Joseph, monitorial system of teaching of, 49. XXIX
Lancasterian School, 39. XXXIII
Lancet, The, 145, 149; letter from Dr Thos. Aitchison Latta, 145-146, 149n. XXXIII
Landmarket, 26. XXXIV
lands, description and development of, 27, 30, 32. XXXIV
Landseer, Sir Edwin, 20, 38, 117n, 121n. XXXV
Lane from Leith Wynd to Castlehill, 148, 153. XXIII
‘Lane’ from Leith Wynd to Castlehill proposed, 24, 25-6. XXII
Lang, Cosmo Gordon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 93n. XXXIII
Lang Dykes, 71. XXV
Lang Dykes (Rose Street), 174. XXII
‘Lang Gait’ (or ‘Lang Dykes’), 3, 6. XXIII
Lang, Lord, of Lambeth, late Archbp. of Canterbury, 86-7. XXIV
Lang, Miss, 47. XXXV
Lang, Miss Janet, 45. XXXV
Lang, Rev. Dr J. Marshall, Moderator of the General Assembly, 80, 93n. XXXIII
Lang, Reverend Dr. Cosmo Gordon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 202. XXXII
‘Lang Sandy Wood,’ 44, 75. XXV
Langcoitley, 8. XXXIV
Lange, John, 117. XXIII
Langhill, 6 and n. XXXI
Langton, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Lansdowne, Henry, 4th Marquis of, 156. XXXI
Lansdowne, Marquess of, 111. XXVI
Larbert, 117. XXXIII
Lascelles, Francis, Lieut, 120. XXXIII
‘Lass o’ Ballochmyle,’ 52. XXVI
Lasswade, 109. XXXIV
Lasswade, 103, 147n. XXXV
Lasswade parish, 110. XXXIV
Lasswade, Peter McLaren, doctor at, 29. XXXIII
Lata, Jas.: see Latta, Jas., member of Royal College of Surgeons. XXXIII
Lato, Jas.: see Latta, Jas., member of Royal College of Surgeons. XXXIII
Latta, Alex., junior, son of Alex. Latta of Jessfield,
143, 144; graduated M.D. Aberdeen University, 143; medical student,
Edinburgh University, 143, 149n; practice in Edinburgh, 143-144;
practice in Perth, 143. XXXIII
Latta, Alex., of Jessfield, father of Dr Thos.
Aitchison Latta, 143, 148n; death, 143; debtors, 143; elder in
Associate Congregation of Leith, 143, 148n; will, 143. XXXIII
Latta, Alison, daughter of Alex. Latta of Jessfield, 143. XXXIII
Latta, Dr. Thomas Aitchison, 31. XXXII
Latta, Dr Thos., Aitchison, 143-149; article in Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 147, 149n; death, 146; general practice in Leith, 144; insurance policy, 146; letter to The Lancet,
145-146, 149n; marriage, 144; medical student, Edinburgh University,
144; member of whaling expedition to the Arctic, 146; paper read to
Wernerian Natural History Society, 148, 149n; probable membership of
Wernerian Natural History Society, 148; report to Central Board of
Health on treatment of cholera, 145; son of Alex. Latta, of Jessfield,
143; work on intravenous infusions, 145-146, 148. XXXIII
Latta, Jas., member of Royal College of Surgeons, 148;
burgess of city, 148; clerk or house surgeon at Royal Infirmary, 148;
death, 148; publication; A Practical system of surgery, 148. XXXIII
Latta, Jas., of Leslie, 143, 149n. XXXIII
Latta, Jas., son of Alex. Latta of Jessfield, 143. XXXIII
Latta, John Miller, son of Dr Thos. Aitchison Latta, 144. XXXIII
Latta, John, son of Alex. Latta of Jessfield, merchant in Leith, 143. XXXIII
Latta, Mary: see Miller, Mary (Mrs Thos. Aitchison Latta). XXXIII
Latta, Robt., of Edinburgh, 148. XXXIII
Latta, Thos. Allison, son of Dr Thos. Aitchison Latta, 144. XXXIII
Latta, Walter B., 59. XXXV
Latta, Walter Buchanan, son of Dr Thos. Aitchison Latta, 144. XXXIII
Latta, Wm., son of Alex. Latta of Jessfield, 143. XXXIII
Lauchlan, Robert, teacher of mathematics, 137. XXXII
Laud, Archbishop, interest in Heriot’s Hospital of, 38 n. XXXI
Lauder, Colin, merchant, 120. XXIX
Lauder, Dr. Wm., grandson of Sir John, owner of land in Newington, 158. XXIV
Lauder, Henry, Queen’s Advocate, 130. XXIII
Lauder, Hugh, 143. XXIII
Lauder, Janet, 15. XXXIV
Lauder, John : see Fountainhall, Lord. XXIX
Lauder, John, of Fountainhall, merchant burgess, 119 and n. XXIX
Lauder, John, of Newington, his land in Bristo, 59. XXII
Lauder, John, of Newington, merchant burgess, 158 and n., 202. XXIV
Lauder, Mr, 60. XXXV
Lauder, Robt., Clerk of Exchequer, 147. XXIV
Lauder, Sir John : see Fountainhall, Lord. XXXII
Lauder, Sir John Dick, 27, 118n. XXXV
Lauder, Sir John, Lord Fountainhall, 184. XXV
Lauder, Sir John, Lord Fountainhall, 59 n. ; and astrologer, 138. XXII
Lauder, Sir John, of Fountainhall, 147, 148, 227 n. ;
owns land in Newington, 158 and oz. ; describes burning of Priestfield,
185-6. XXIV
Lauder, Sir John. See Fountainhall, Lord. XXVI
Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick, proposed plan circa 1840 for improvement of the Mound by, 48. XXX
Lauder, Sir Thos. Dick, 99, 186. XXIV
Lauder, Sir Thos. Dick, 15, 16. XXVI
Lauder, Wm., writer, 209. XXV
Lauderdale, Duke of, 137. XXII
Lauderdale, Duke of, acquires lands at Duddingston, 108. XXIII
Lauderdale, Eleanor, Countess of, 89, 106, 122, 124-5, 158, 164. XXXI
Lauderdale, fifth Earl of, 25; Jas., seventh Earl of, 72. XXVI
Lauderdale, James, 8th Earl of, 89, 124-5, 134, 158, 161, 164. XXXI
Lauderdale, James, 9th Earl of, 99, 152, 161. XXXI
Lauderdale, John Maitland, 2nd Earl (later Duke) of, 33. XXXIV
Laurie, Gilbert (Lord Provost), and extension of royalty, 1, 8, 11, 12. XXIII
Laurie, John, land surveyor, 199. XXII
Laurie, John, map of Midlothian in 1763 by, 32. XXX
Laurie, John, surveyor, 153, 154. XXIII
Laurie, John, teacher of mathematics, 137. XXXII
Laurie, Mr., teacher of dancing, 137. XXXII
Laurie, Prof. Simon S., LL.D., 146. XXVI
Laurie, Robert, teacher, 137. XXXII
Laurie, Robert, visiting master at Merchant Maiden Hospital, 61-2. XXIX
Laurie, Simon S., report in 1868 on Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 52, 68-80. XXIX
Laurie’s map of 1763, 44. XXVII
Laurieston, 124. XXVII
Lauriston, 34, 41, 45, 61 ; negotiations by Merchant
Maiden Hospital for purchase of ground belonging to Adam Keir in, 20;
negotiations by Merchant Maiden Hospital for purchase of ground
belonging to David Brown in, 24-6 ; report in 1815 by Dr. Hamilton and
Mr. Wood of suitability for new Merchant Maiden Hospital of site in, 25
; building of new Merchant Maiden Hospital in, 26-7 ; building in 1820s
in area of, 145, 150. XXIX
Lauriston, 189. XXXII
Lauriston, 42, 50, 52. XXXIV
Lauriston Castle, 123, 136. XXV
Lauriston Castle, sundial at, 107. XXVII
Lauriston, estate of, 116 n. XXIX
Lauriston Gardens, 189. XXXII
Lauriston, Jean, 55. XXIX
Lauriston, Jean Campbell, Lady, 126. XXV
Lauriston, lands of, 8. XXXI
Lauriston Lane, 27, 31, 77n. XXIX
Lauriston Lane, Dr. Guthrie resides in, 193. XXIV
Lauriston Place, 189. XXXII
Lauriston Place, 96. XXXIV
Laverockbank (Trinity), 199. XXV
Law, Andrew, goldsmith, 143. XXIV
Law, Andrew, goldsmith, 112. XXV
Law, George, coffee merchant, 134 and n. XXX
Law, John, goldsmith, 99, 113, 123. XXV
Law, John, of Lauriston, 144. XXIV
Law, John, preacher, 116. XXVII
Law, John, wright, 94. XXV
Law, John, writer, 134 and 11. XXIX
Law, Katherine, wife of Robert Henderson, College librarian, 133 and n. XXIX
Law, Margaret, wife of Robert Richardson, W.S., 119. XXIX
Law, Margt. (Mrs Allan Aitken), mother of David Aitken, 61. XXXIII
Law, Mr, lawyer, 64, 65, 68, 73, 84, 85, 86. XXXIII
Law, Sir Wm., “Coffee Law,” Lord Provost, 37, 61, 88n; elected Lord Provost, 76. XXXIII
Law, W., 83. XXXIII
Law, William, coffee merchant, Lord Provost, 134 and n. XXX
Law, William, of Lauriston, goldsmith burgess, 116 and n. XXIX
Law, Wm., goldsmith, 144. XXIV
Law, Wm., of Lauriston, 91, 122. XXV
Lawmnarket, 43, 45, 114, 124, 128, 130, 135, 137, 148. XXXII
Lawnmarket, 147. XXIII
Lawnmarket, 11. XXIV
Lawnmarket, 135. XXV
Lawnmarket, 63. XXVII
Lawnmarket, 113, 124, 134, 161 ; plans in 1820s for bridging Cowgate at, 147, 154-5, 156 and n. ; proposal in 1824 for building of road to connect Grassmarket and, 155. XXIX
Lawnmarket,. 44, 48, 146, 155. XXX
Lawnmarket, 47. XXXIII
Lawnmarket, 41, 49, 92. XXXIV
Lawrence, John, first Baron Lawrence, 81, 93n. XXXIII
Lawrence, Mr, Canada, 84. XXXV
Lawrence, Mr, missionary, 78. XXXV
Lawrie, Alexander, Second Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 169. XXXII
Lawrie, Jean, wife of Robert Davidson, 20. XXX
Lawrie, Mr., 189. XXXII
Lawrie, Mr., teacher, 137. XXXII
Lawrie, Sir Archibald, Early Scottish Charters, 2n., 3 and n., 6n. XXX
Lawson, … [no prenames in text], shoemaker, 198. XXII
Lawson (Lawsoun), Robert, of Humbie, 104, 105, 109; interferes with water supply at Duddingston Mill, 102-3 ; decree against, 106 ; builds mill, 107. XXIII
Lawson, Chas., of Borthwick Hall, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, entertains Prince and Princess of Wales, 91-2. XXVI
Lawson, George, city treasurer, 110, 112. XXV
Lawson, James, gets charter of lands of Hundby; owns Abbot’s mill at Duddingston, 109. XXIII
Lawson, John, of the Exchequer, 122. XXV
Lawson, Rev. John, Selkirk, 84, 129n. XXXV
Lawson, Richard, of Humbie, 109. XXIII
Lawson, Richard, the younger, his lands at Salton, 109. XXIII
Lawson, Sir John, of Humbie, 109 ; and lands of Figgate, 108. XXIII
Lawson, William, Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 169. XXXII
Lay of the lost minute book, the, Edinburgh Skating Club song, 109. XXXIII
Le Brun, Mr., teacher of French, 138. XXXII
Le Picq, Antony, dancing master, 138. [CHECK double barrelled name] XXXII
Le Picq, Charles, dancing master, 138. [CHECK double barrelled name] XXXII
Le Picq, Mrs., teacher of French, 138. [CHECK double barrelled name] XXXII
lead, Infirmary bagnio cold bath re-lined with, 64. XXXIV
Leaderfoot, 81, 87. XXXV
Leadon, Rivers, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, 144-145, 148n. XXXV
Leamington Spa, 197. XXXII
Leamington Terrace, 196, 197, 198, 205, 215. XXXII
Lear, King, 143. XXXV
Learmonth, Alexander, Jessy Allan’s ‘Uncle Sandy,’ 83, 94, 95, 96, 99, 100, 102. XXX
Learmonth, Bailie, his ‘land,’ 108. XXV
Learmonth, Colonel, son of [Learmonth, John, Lord Provost], 185, 186, 187. XXXII
Learmonth, Dr. John, 104. XXV
Learmonth, Dr. John, of Plenderguest, 146. XXIII
Learmonth, Elizabeth, daughter of [Learmonth, Alexander], 63, 67, 83. XXX
Learmonth, John, advocate, 251, 252. XXIV
Learmonth, John, of Dean, Lord Provost, 47, 157, 158 ; connection with Dean Bridge project of, 166-8. XXX
Learmonth, John, of Dean, Lord Provost, 23, 185. XXXII
Learmonth, John, of Dean, Lord Provost, 190 n. XXIV
Learmonth, John, uncle of Jessy Allan, 86, 90, 112. XXX
Learmonth, Kate, 101. XXX
Learmonth, Lieut.-Col. Alex., of Dean, owner of Mayfield, 190 and n. XXIV
Learmonth, Mrs. John, aunt-in-law of Jessy Allan, 76, 99. XXX
Learmonth, T., bell-ringer, 65. XXXIV
Learmonth, Thomas, 94. XXX
Learmonth, Thos., advocate, 125. XXV
Learmonth, Thos., writer, 96, 104. XXV
Learmonth, Walter, uncle of Jessy Allan, 78. XXX
Leatham, Lt.-Col. Jas., Master of Riding School, 95 ; financial misfortunes, 53-4. XXVI
Leather market, 145. XXIV
Leather merchant, 38. XXXIII
Leather, staple industry, 19. XXVII
Leblanc, Madame, teacher, 116, 137. XXXII
Leckie, Mr, 83. XXXIII
lector, dignitary in the larger Celtic churches, 1. XXX
Lectures, 1949-50 : App. p. 4; 1950-51, ib. pp. 8, 10. XXVIII
Lee, Dr, minister of Lady Yester’s Church, 61, 62. XXXIII
Lee, Lady, 101. XXV
Lee, Major, 62. XXXII
Lee, Mrs, 86. XXXIII
Lee, R., 86. XXXIII
Lee, Rev. Dr Robt., minister of Old Greyfriars, 65, 68, 89n; death, 72. XXXIII
Lee, Rev. Dr. Robt., Old Greyfriars, 73. XXVI
Lee, Reverend Dr. Robert, minister of Greyfriars Church, 51. XXIX
Leechman, Jess, governess (1832-1857) of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 48-51, 87, 88, 91. XXIX
Leechman, John, teacher of English, 108, 138. XXXII
Leeds, Temperance Association, 39. XXXIII
Leeke, Sir Francis, 2. XXXII
Lees, George, 29, 119n. XXXV
Lees, John, Rector of High School, 138. XXXII
Leeuwenhock, scientific instrument-maker, 165. XXXIII
Leeward Islands, ships from, to have convoy, 86. XXVIII
Lefevre, John Shaw, and management of Board of Manufactures, 89. XXVII
Legatt, Henry, 120, 121, 123, 125, 131, 137-44, 146, 148, 153. XXVII
Leggat, Wm., procurator, 107. XXV
Legonier, Sir John: see Ligonier, John, Fieldmarshal Earl. XXXII
Leitch, Charlotte, 126, 128, 131, 133. XXXI
Leitch, Mrs., 126-8, 131, 133, 164. XXXI
Leith, 19, 20, 31, 33, 35, 36, 38, 39, 42, 51, 52; harbour improvement, 16, 19, 37; West Bastion of, 6, 21 (illus.), XXIV
Leith, 114, 124, 138, 139, 146; plague in early
seventeenth century in, 105 ; measures taken for building of stone
houses in late seventeenth century in, 112-13 and nn.; proposed branch
railway from canal basin to, 24 ; building in 1824 of new jail at,
153-4 ; controversy regarding transfer to private ownership of docks
at, 151-2, 157-8, 162; improvements in 1820s to piers and docks at,
152, 162, 171, 177, 179, 180, 182 ; municipal bill of 1827 concerning
separation of Edinburgh and, 177 and n.; proposal in 1828 for extension
of Edinburgh-Dalkeith railway from Niddry to, 182 : see also North
Leith, South Leith. XXIX
Leith, 135, 138, 140, 145 ; work in 1829-31 on east
and west piers at, 144, 149, 153 ; comparison in 1830 of efficiency of
steam vessels and smacks plying between London and, 146, 148;
controversial relations between Edinburgh and, 158. XXX
Leith, 113, 119, 122, 123, 128, 129, 130, 132, 133,
134, 138, 139, 140, 141, 143, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 154,
156; map of siege in 1560 of, 1-7 ; sketch in 1544 of Edinburgh and, 5
and n. ; shore of, 7 ; regulations of 1644 to try to prevent entry of
bubonic plague to Newhaven, Edinburgh and, 9 and n.; bubonic plague of
1645 in, 12-21 and nn. ; share by act of 1693 of proceeds of Edinburgh
beer-tax to be used to improve harbour of, 65; epidemic of cholera in
1832 in, 31. XXXII
Leith, 1, 24-25, 32, 42, 45, 78, 81, 109, 116;
relationship of with Edinburgh, 23; port of included in Edinburgh,
1329, 23; superiority of South Leith acquired by Edinburgh, 28; and of
North Leith, 29; Citadel bought by Edinburgh, 33; St Ninian’s Row,
bought, 34; work on Harbour, 35; road communication with Edinburgh, 37,
40-41, 55n; proposed canal to Docks, 50; rail communications with
Edinburgh, 50-51; bath stove in, 1654-69, 57-58; bath-houses in,
1839-40, 65; Seige of, 73; amalgamation of with Edinburgh, 79. XXXIV
Leith, 16, 18, 29, 55, 66, 163, 166. XXXV
Leith : Ronaldson’s Buildings and Wharf, 49 ; the Company of Traffickers, 156. XXVIII
Leith, Anderson, 120. XXXIII
Leith Baths, 1831, 65. XXXIV
Leith branch railway, 160; East pier, 82; extension of
East pier, 48; Links Place, 8; Martello Tower, 48; Quarryholes, 13;
Tod’s Hour mills, fire at, 85. XXXIII
Leith, Court House, 134 ; North, 136 ; South Church, 136 ; dovecote on links at, 199. XXV
Leith East Old Docks, 163. XXXIII
Leith, Geo., of Overhall, 63. XXVI
Leith, improvement of harbour, 10 ; new thoroughfare
to, 22 ; North Bridge to afford easier access to, 23 ; Canongate
Tailors and, 91 ; Links, 183 ; North Bridge and, 190 ; Freemasons
Lodge, 192 ; Episcopal Chapel in, 224. See also North and South
Leith. XXII
Leith, John, 4. XXXIV
Leith Links, 121. XXVII
Leith Links, 185. XXIX
Leith Links, 6, 7, 13, 14, 15, 17, 20. XXXII
Leith Links, 65. XXXIV
Leith Mills, 4. XXXII
Leith Oil Gas Light Company, establishment in 1823 of,
148 ; suggested rivalry in 1828 between new Edinburgh Gas Company and,
180. XXIX
Leith Old Docks, route of the Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159, 163. XXXIII
Leith, Patrick, of Craighall, 67. XXIII
Leith Roads, base for convoy ships, 81ff. XXVIII
Leith, roads to, 3, 4; North Bridge and, 7. See also South Leith. XXIII
Leith, Robt., of Overhall, 63. XXVI
Leith Shore, 58. XXXIV
Leith, Sir Geo., Bart., 141. XXVI
Leith Street, 12. XXV
Leith Street, 65. XXVII
Leith Street, 127, 129, 139. XXX
Leith Street, 153. XXXII
Leith Street, 45, 47. XXXIV
Leith Street, 20. XXXV
Leith Terrace, 124. XXXII
Leith, the, a convoy ship, 98, 99, 100, 102, 103 ; list of vessels convoyed by, 110. XXVIII
Leith Tolbooth, 13. XXXII
Leith Tolbooth, 58. XXXIV
Leith Walk, 65. XXVII
Leith Walk, 52. XXXII
Leith Walk, 125. XXXIII
Leith Walk, 54, 55, 56 n. XXIII
Leith Walk, 41-43, 47, 55n, 78. XXXIV
Leith Walk, 158, 158n., 160, 176, 185; proposal in
1824 for new road between Newhaven and, 149 ; condition in 1824 of new
road to upper bridge over Water of Leith from foot of, 154 ; building
in 1820s in area of, 146-7, 151, 163, 172. XXIX
Leith Walk, 17, 116n. XXXV
Leith Walk, North Bridge and, 189. XXII
Leith West Old Docks, 163. XXXIII
Leith Wynd, 24, 25, 191 ; charity workhouse in, 38 ; correction house in, 42. XXII
Leith Wynd, 118, 149. XXIII
Leith Wynd, 136, 140. XXV
Leith Wynd, 6 ; entrenchments at, 5. XXVII
Leith Wynd, 24-25, 34, 37, 41-43. XXXIV
Leith Wynd, Canongate, 49. XXXIII
Leith Wynd Port, 148, 153. XXIII
Leith Wynd, proposal for rebuilding Trinity College Church at foot of, 49-50. XXX
Leithmount, home of Professor James Pillans, now the site of Leith Town Hall and Public Library, 63, 66-7, 68, 69, 71, 73, 75, 78, 79, 80, 86, 89, 91. XXX
Leiverman, Bartilmew, 218. XXXII
Lekpreuik, Robert, printer, 52. XXV
Lemans, Gerald, weaver, 22. XXV
Lennox, Earldom of, arms of, 9. XXXIII
Lennox, Esmé Stewart, 1st Duke of, paternal great-grandfather of Mary Erskine, 2. XXIX
Lennox Row Bridge, crosses Lennox Row, 162; description, 162; faces similar to entrance at East Trinity Road Tunnel, 162. XXXIII
Lennox Row, crossed by Lennox Road Bridge, 162. XXXIII
Lennox Street, 185. XXXII
Lennox Tower, Balerno, sundial at, 103. XXVII
Leny, dovecote at, 180, 191. XXV
Leopold Place, 176 ; building in 1820s in, 147, 163. XXIX
Lesley, John, Bishop of Ross: see Leslie, John Bishop of Ross. XXXIII
Leslie: see Leven, Alexander Leslie,1st Earl of. XXIX
Leslie: see Leven, Alexander Leslie, lst Earl of. XXXII
Leslie (Lesly), … [no prenames in text], architect, 182. XXII
Leslie, Alexander, servant to Lord Carmichael, 132 and n. XXIX
Leslie, Ann: see Inglis, Mrs. Ann. XXXI
Leslie, Elizabeth, wife of Patrick Crichton, Jr., 131. XXIII
Leslie, Geo., bookseller, 113, 114. XXV
Leslie, Geo., minister at Holyroodhouse, 148. XXIV
Leslie, George, stationer, 116. XXIX
Leslie, Hon. Andrew, equerry to Princess-Dowager of Wales, 45. XXVI
Leslie, Hon. Major-Gen. Alex., 106. XXVI
Leslie, Jas., buys Newgrange, 210. XXIV
Leslie, Jas., civil engineer, 84, 94n. XXXIII
Leslie, Jas. Latta, 143, 149n. XXXIII
Leslie, John, Bishop of Ross, 138, 141n. XXXIII
Leslie, John, of Newgrange, 210. XXIV
Leslie, Lady Jane, daughter of John, Earl of Rothes, 45. XXVI
Leslie, Miss, 83. XXXIII
Leslie, Parish records of, 143. XXXIII
Leslie, Robert, 120. XXIII
Leslie, Sir Alexander, 1st Earl of Leven, 41. XXXIV
Leslie, Sir John, Professor of Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University, 157. XXX
Leslie, William, W.S., 25. XXXII
Lesly, John, weaver, 14. XXV
Lessels, J., architect, 53, 56n, 96-99. XXXIV
Lessels, John, architect, 82, 94n. XXXIII
Lesslie, Jolm, of Leven: see Leven, John Lesslie. XXXIII
Lestalric, chapel of, 201. XXII
Lestalric, de, family of, 201. See also Restalrig. XXII
Leswalt, 147n. XXXV
Leudonus, 143, 147n. XXXV
L’Evéque, French clergyman, teacher of French, 69, 70, 77, 80, 110. XXX
Levée, held by George IV in 1822 at Holyroodhouse, 114-15, 163-65. XXXI
Leven, Alexander Leslie, lst Earl of, 9. XXXII
Leven, Alexander Leslie,1st Earl of, 107. XXIX
Leven and Melville, David, Earl of, 113. XXVI
Leven and Melville, Ronald Ruthven, 11th Earl of, bequest in 1906 of sum for reconstruction of Holyrood Chapel by, 51. XXX
Leven, cholera outbreak, 68. XXXIII
Leven Cottage, 33 XXX
Leven, David Leslie, 8th Earl of, 33. XXX
Leven, David, 8th Earl of, 146, 167. XXXI
Leven, Earl of : see Melville, Alexander Melville, 5th Earl of Leven and 4th Earl of. XXXII
Leven, Earl of, Lord High Commissioner, 37, 40. XXIV
Leven, John Lesslie, 120. XXXIII
Leven Lodge : see Drumdryan House, built c. 1735. XXXII
Leven Lodge, purchase by Joseph Williamson in 1770 of, 33. XXX
Leven Street, 192, 193, 194, 204. XXXII
Leven Street, 38, 52, 114. XXXIV
Leven Terrace, 217. XXXII
Leveson Gower, Lord Francis, 166. XXXI
Leveson-Gower, Geo. Granville, first Duke of Sutherland, 56. XXVI
Levy, H., The Shops of Britain, 125n. XXX
Levy, M. A., tailor, 138 and n., 139. XXX
Lewins, Dr, friend of Dr Thos. Aitchison Latta, 145, 146, 149n. XXXIII
Lewis, David, Bailie, 36, 40n; biographical details, 39, 41n; Councillor, 37; editor of Reformer, 33; shoemaker, 37. XXXIII
Lewis, Jas., 36, 163. XXVI
Lewis, Sir Baillie, Lord Provost, 81. XXXIII
Lewisham, William Legge, 6th Viscount, 105. XXX
Leyde(o)n, John, 11, 115n. XXXV
Libberton’s Wynd, 173. XXII
Libberton’s Wynd, 142, 147; demolition in 1829 of
houses between Merchant Street and, 144; proposal in 1833 for removal
of County building from head of, 158. XXX
Libberton’s Wynd, 124, 126, 147, 148. XXXII
Libberton’s Wynd, demolitions in 1828, for building of George IV Bridge in, 181. XXIX
Liber Cartarum Prioratus S. Andree in Scotia, 5n. XXX
Liber de Calchou, 3nn., 4n., 6nn., 7m1., 9n. XXX
Liber S. Thome de Aberbrothoc, 5n. XXX
Liberal Party, 32, 33, 34, 36, 39; dinner, 25. XXXIII
Liberal Unionists, 39. XXXIII
Liberator, The, Glasgow radical weekly, 23, 26. XXXIII
Liberights, James, 21. XXV
Liberton, 106. XXIII
Liberton, 8. XXX
Liberton, 83-85, 90; population table; 89, 109. XXXIV
Liberton, 144. XXXV
Liberton Brae, 85. XXXIV
Liberton Dams, 84-85. XXXIV
Liberton, dovecotes at, 147, 170, 171, 172, 175, 180, 185. XXV
Liberton, Eliz.: see Liberton, Janet. XXXIII
Liberton House, sundial at, 102. XXVII
Liberton, James, 21. XXXIV
Liberton, Janet, maid to Jas. McLaren, 28, 30. XXXIII
Liberton, lands of, 27 ; Nether, 178. XXVII
Liberton, Mary, maid to Jas. McLaren, 28, 30. XXXIII
Liberton parish, 110; tenants in oppose “call out” for road repairs, 111. XXXIV
Liberton, Parish of, 140; Balm-well of St. Catherine, 137-141; parish minister, 140, 142n. XXXIII
Liberton, parish school of, 110. XXXII
Liberton Place, mansion of, visited by the Club, App. p. 8. XXVIII
Liberton Tower, visited by the Club, App. p. 8. XXVIII
Liberton Wynd : see Libberton’s Wynd. XXX
Liberton’s Wynd, 12, 77. XXIV
Liberton’s Wynd, 135. XXV
Liberton’s Wynd : see Libberton’s Wynd. XXX
Liberton’s Wynd, 27. XXXIV
Liberton’s Wynd, 97, 147 and n. XXIII
Libraries of Edinburgh, old, lecture by Dr. H. W. Meikle, App. p. 10. XXVIII
Libraries: of Faculty of Advocates, 36, 46, 49; of Writers to the Signet, 46. XXXIV
Licence to Travel, 247. XXIV
Liddel, Misses, 64, 69, 72, 77-8, 97. XXX
Liddell, David, of Lochtullo, granted feu at Pilton, 35. XXV
Liddell, The Misses, 98, 161. XXXI
Lidden, 148n. XXXV
Liddesdale, Knight of, 30. XXVII
Lieberkühn, Dr J. N., scientific instrument-maker, 174. XXXIII
Lieven, Lord : see Leven, David, 8th Earl of. XXXI
Lighthouse engineer, 72, 91n. XXXIII
Ligonier, John, Fieldmarshal Earl, 71, 72. XXXII
Ligonier’s Regiment: see Queen’s Horse Guards. XXXII
Lincolnshire, 144. XXXV
Lind, Alex., of Gorgie, 8, 21. XXV
Lind, Andrew, builder, 236. XXII
Lind, Andrew, tailor, Canongate, 123. XXII
Lindesay, Mr., 2. XXV
Lindores, John, third Lord, second hus- band of Lady McCulloch of Pilton, 38. XXV
Lindsay (Lindesay), William, 98. XXIII
Lindsay, Agnes, sister of Geo., 219. XXIV
Lindsay, Alexander, 125 and n. XXIX
Lindsay, Alexander, merchant, 157. XXVII
Lindsay, Alexander, 11n. XXXIV
Lindsay, Alexander, teacher, 138. XXXII
Lindsay, Andrew, 5, 11n. XXXIV
Lindsay, Bernard, 32. XXXIV
Lindsay, David, merchant and bailie, father of [Lindsay, Alexander], 125 and n. XXIX
Lindsay, David, minister of Cockpen, 232. XXIV
Lindsay, David, 11n. XXXIV
Lindsay, David, teacher, 138. XXXII
Lindsay, Eupham, sister of Geo., 219. XXIV
Lindsay, Geo., depute town clerk, 216, 217, 218, 219 and n., 220. XXIV
Lindsay, George Haywood, 104, 117, 162. XXXI
Lindsay, Henry Bethime, merchant, 225. XXXII
Lindsay, Hercules, ‘outed’ minister, 117. XXV
Lindsay, Hugh, son to the laird of Colvingtoun, 11n. XXXIV
Lindsay, Ian G., elected to Council, App. 8. XXVIII
Lindsay, James, offer in 1556 to build mill on Water of Leith by, 12 and n. XXX
Lindsay, John, teacher, 138. XXXII
Lindsay, Lady Ann. See Barnard. XXVI
Lindsay, Lady Anne, authoress of ‘Auld Robin Gray,’ 188. XXIV
Lindsay, Mr., 84. XXX
Lindsay of the Byres, Patrick, 6th Baron, dispute in
1541 over building of town mill beside Water of Leith between Edinburgh
Town Council and, 11. XXX
Lindsay, Patrick, Lord Provost, and Picardy, 9, 19. XXV
Lindsay, Patrick, 11n. XXXIV
Lindsay, Rev. Dr T. M., 79, 93n. XXXIII
Lindsay, Robt. (Pitscottie), 124; his Chronicles (quoted), 119-20, 121-2. XXIV
Lindsay, William, son of Hugh, 11n. XXXIV
Lindsay’s Mill, 13; position in Water of Leith village
of, 12 ; origin in 1556 of, 12 and n. ; shortage of water in 1659 for,
12 and n. ; demolition in 1931 of, 12. XXX
Linen Company of Glasgow, 12. XXV
Linen Company of Scotland, 2. XXV
Linen Hall, Canongate, 148. XXXII
‘Liners,’ 86. XXIII
Links Place, 17. XXXII
Links Place, Leith, 8. XXXIII
Links, The, 14, 68. XXXIII
Linlithgow, 6. XXX
Linlithgow, 11, 12. XXXII
Linlithgow, 16, 23, 109. XXXIV
Linlithgow, 142. XXXV
Linlithgow, constabulary of, 143. XXXV
Linlithgow, deanery of, 142. XXXV
Linlithgow Loch, Edinburgh Skating Club outing, 114, 115. XXXIII
Linlithgow Palace, lay out of, 35 ; lay out of Hall
at, 38; comparison of architecture of Heriot’s Hospital with, 34, 39,
40. XXXI
Linlithgow Road, 42. XXXIV
Linlithgow, sheriff and sheriffdom of, 142, 145n. XXXV
Linlithgowshire, 147n. XXXV
lintel, inscribed (Boswell’s Court), 91. XXXIV
Linton, John, M.D., 164. XXVI
Linton Ruderich : see West Linton. XXX
Linwood, Miss, 102. XXX
Lion, a Dunkirk privateer, 106. XXVIII
Lion Gate, at Tower of Merchiston, 28 and n., 32. XXXI
Lion Queen, see Wombwell’s Menagerie. XXXV
Lipton’s, grocers, 140. XXX
Lister, Lord, married at Millbank, 96 and n., 97. XXIV
Liston, Lady, 108-9. XXX
Liston, Lady 122, 127, 163-4. XXXI
Liston, Matthew, teacher, 138. XXXII
Liston, Sir Robert, 112-14, 122, 127-8, 163. XXXI
Liston, Sir Robert, diplomat, 108. XXX
Listonshiels, proposal in 1826 for additional supply of water to Edinburgh from, 169. XXIX
Listoun, Matthew, 185. XXIX
Literary Centre of a Literary Capital, 131n. XXX
Literary Institute, Newington, 176 n. XXIV
Literary Institute, So. Clerk St., 27. XXVI
Lithgow, Gideon, printer, 62. ` XXII
Lithgow, James, paper maker, 70. XXV
Lithgow, James, paper maker, licence for playing-card factory, 42, 43. XXVII
Lithgow, Miss, 225. XXXII
Lithgow, Mr., 86. XXX
Lithgow, Nicol, his paper mill, bank-notes made there, 50. XXVII
Lithgow, Nicol, maker of paper for Bank of Scotland notes, 70. XXV
Lithography, Skene’s experiments in, 129, 131. XXV
Littill, Symon, 154. XXXV
Little, Francis, 96. XXIII
Little Church: see St. Giles, Little, East or High Church of. XXIX
Little, Clement, 86, 87. XXIII
Little, Clement, 102. XXVII
Little, Clement, of Liberton, 180. XXV
Little, Dugald, 20, 46. XXIV
Little Egypt, 94. XXIV
‘Little Egypt,’ 31. XXVII
Little Fawside, 16. XXXIV
Little Greenhill, 85. XXIV
Little Lochend Close, 226. XXII
Little London, 4. XXXII
Little Merchiston, lands of, 9 and n. XXXI
Little Picardy, 2. XXV
Little, William, 103. XXVII
Little, William, merchant, 125. XXX
Little, William, provost of Edinburgh, 58. XXVIII
Little, Wm. Chas., of Liberton and Craigmillar. See Gilmour. XXII
Little, Wm., of Over Liberton, and feuing of lands of Newington, 157. XXIV
Littlejohn, Sir Henry Duncan, 25. XXXII
Littlejohn, Sir Henry, Medical Officer of Health for Edinburgh, 52. XXXIV
Littles of Liberton, crest of, 176n. XXXIII
Littlewoods, Mail Order Stores, 134. XXX
Liverpool Baths, 65. XXXIV
Liverpool, cabinet makers’ unions, 18, 20; headquarters, 18. XXXIII
Liverpool, proposal in 1824 for railway between Manchester and, 154. XXIX
Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of, 165, 169-70, 171. XXXII
Liverpool, success of locomotive steam engines on railway between Manchester and, 146, 149. XXX
Livingston, Alex., son of John, first of Greenhill, 75, 76. XXIV
Livingston, Alexander, 14. XXXIV
Livingston, Ann, 55. XXIX
Livingston, Elizabeth, 74. XXIV
Livingston, Geo., tailor, 113. XXV
Livingston, J., Some Edinburgh Shops, 133n, 134n., 139. XXX
Livingston, James, Bishop of Dunkeld, tenement of, 68-71. XXXIV
Livingston, James, of Inches, 14. XXXIV
Livingston, James, son of above, 14. [CHECK text] XXXIV
Livingston, Jean: see Kincaid, Lady. XXXIV
Livingston, Jean, ‘Lady Whitehouse,’ 208 and n. XXIV
Livingston, John, 71, 75, 76; purchases Greenhill, 72 ; takes refuge in Sanctuary, 74. XXIV
Livingston, John, of Dunipace, 5, 10n, 11n. XXXIV
Livingston, Josiah, author, Chairman of Literary Institute, 43, 44n; Master of the Merchant Company, 42; Our street, (Buccleuch Place), 42; Some Edinburgh shops, 42. XXXIII
Livingston, Josiah, Memories of Buccleuch Place, 14, 28, 109. XXVI
Livingston, Margaret, 69. XXXIV
Livingston, Margaret, wife of Sir Lewis Bellenden, 1, 10n. XXXIV
Livingston, Mr Henry, possibly minister of St Ninians, 14. XXXIV
Livingston, Mr Robert, 15. XXXIV
Livingston, Robert, of Bantaskin, 14. XXXIV
Livingston, Robert, of Westquarter, 14. XXXIV
Livingston, Sir George of Ogilface, 10n, 14, 15n. XXXIV
Livingston, William, 6th Lord, 10n, 15n. XXXIV
Livingston, Wm., 76 ; buys lands of Baglap (Rigsland), 74 ; mortgages Greenhill, 75. XXIV
Livingston, Wm., clerk to Kirk Sessions, 144. XXIV
Livingston, Wm., wright, 75. XXII
Livingstone (Livingstoune), George, wright, 67. XXV
Livingstone, Alex., 251, 252. XXIV
Livingstone, David, death, 85. XXXIII
Livingstone Hall, 44. XXXIII
Livingstone, James, teacher of writing, 138. XXXII
Livingstone, James, wright, 67. XXV
Livingstone, John, of Greenhill, 199. XXXII
Livingstone, Josiah, merchant, 176 and n. XXIV
Livingstone, Sir William, 2 and n. XXXI
Livingstone’s Yards, 48, 49. XXIII
Lixmount, route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Lizars, diecasters, 133, 134. XXXIII
Lizars, John, Professor of Surgery, biographical details, 38; Councillor, 37, 40n. XXXIII
Lizars, W. H., Picturesque Views of Edinburgh, 130, 138. XXV
Llandaff, Bishop of, 113. XXX
Lloyd, Lieutenant Mark, 139, 166. XXXI
Lloyd, Phoebe, second wife of Lord Stonefield, 51. XXVI
Lloyd’s Weekly Miscellany, 14. XXXV
Loch, Archibald, land granted to him by Queen Mary, 178. XXVII
Loch, Baron, of Drylaw, 176. XXVII
Loch, David, a Biggar carrier, 106, 107. XXIV
Loch, David, made burgess in 1500, 177. XXVII
Loch, Francis, naval aide-de-camp to Queen Victoria and a Rear-Admiral of the Blue, 180. XXVII
Loch, Geo., of Drylaw, 78. XXVI
Loch, George, of Drylaw, 179; resides at court of
exiled Stuarts at Rome, assists Old Pretender and Prince Charles
Edward, returns to impoverished estate, 179; sells Drylaw, 180. XXVII
Loch, George, of Drylaw, 161. XXXI
Loch, James, 101, 161. XXXI
Loch, James, (the third), burgess and guild brother,
owns extensive library, mathematician, large book-buyer, pecuniary
affairs in disorder, furnishings of Drylaw sold, 179. XXVII
Loch, James, eldest son of last laird of Drylaw,
becomes manager of Duke of Sutherland’s estate in Scotland, his
Highland improvements, 180. XXVII
Loch, James, of Drylaw, treasurer of Edinburgh, 96. XXIX
Loch, James, of Hermandshiels, mismanages Drylaw, 179. XXVII
Loch, James, the younger, marries daughter of George Foulis of Ravelston, 179. XXVII
Loch, James, trades with Low Countries, treasurer of city, and fortification of Leith, part owner of vessel Anna of Leith;
makes fortune in trade with Sweden, ‘Loch’s land,’ owns property in St.
Mary’s Wynd, at Netherbow and on Castle Hill, a builder of Parliament
House and Tron Church, gives money to Covenanting army, purchases
Drylaw, 178. XXVII
Loch, James, writer in Edinburgh, 177. XXVII
Loch, John (1473), farms petty customs, 177. XXVII
Loch, John (1565), his property confiscated, imprisoned in Tolbooth, 177. XXVII
Loch, John, deputy chairman of East India Company, 180. XXVII
Loch, John, of Rachan, 119. XXXIII
Loch, John, of Rachan, 189 and n. XXIV
Loch, John, younger, of Hawkshaw, 177. XXVII
Loch Leven, 117. XXXIII
Loch Leven Castle, 149, 56-157. XXXV
Loch, Michael, prebendary of Trinity College, 177. XXVII
Loch, Mrs. Ann, 101, 161. XXXI
Loch, Patrick, afloat in Mary Gallande, engaged in ‘Wild Adventures,’ influence in Leith, 177-8. XXVII
Loch, Richard, owns ground beside the Castle wall, 177. XXVII
Loch, Sir Henry, 152. XXV
Loch, Sir Henry, chaplain-sacristan of St. Giles’, 177. XXVII
Loch, South or Burgh, 18, 26, 31. XXVI
Loch, Vice-Admiral Francis Erskine, brilliant career, 78-9. XXVI
Loch, William, Agent of Governor-General of India, 180. XXVII
Loch, William, son of John Loch, 177. XXVII
Lochaber axes, fake, 34. XXXV
Lochbank, 6 n. XXIII
Lochbank estate, 45; sold to Hepburn of Bearford, 145. XXIV
Lochbank. See Bearford’s Parks. XXII
Lochend, 63, 69, 73. XXIII
Lochend, 136 ; dovecote at, 154, 169, 177. XXV
Lochend Close, Canongate, 49. XXXIII
Lochend House : see Restalrig House. XXXII
Lochend Loch, 6. XXXII
Lochend Loch, 111, 115, 116; drowning tragedy, 112, 113; safety of skaters, 111. XXXIII
Lochflatt, 12n, 21. XXXIV
Lochflatt. See Heriotscroft. XXIV
Lochhead, Henry, vintner, 127 and n. XXIX
Lochore estate, 88, 94. XXVI
Lochquerwer, peatary of, 4n. XXX
‘Lochrin,’ 32. XXVI
Lochrin, 190. XXXII
Lochrin, 39, 48. XXXIV
Lochrin, distillery at, 25. XXIX
Lochrin House, 191, 197. XXXII
Lochs of Drylaw, 34, 185. XXV
Lochs of Drylaw, 175-80; ancient and illustrious family, originally landed proprietors in Peeblesshire, removal to Edinburgh in fifteenth century, owned considerable property in High Street, Blackfriars’ Wynd and at Kirk of Field, 177. [NOTE the final page number is not in the original index] XXVII
Lock, Mr. and Mrs. : see Loch, Mrs. Ann ; Loch, James. XXXI
Lockhart, …, 70. XXVII
Lockhart, Col., 48. XXVI
Lockhart, Gen. Jas., of Lee and Carnwath, 20. XXVI
Lockhart, Genl. Jas., of Lee and Carnwath, 249. XXIV
Lockhart, Geo., of Carnwath, buys Ross House, 20. XXVI
Lockhart, Geo., of Carnwath, owner of Ross (Bristo) House, 249. XXIV
Lockhart House. See Ross (Bristo) House. XXIV
Lockhart House. See Ross House. XXVI
Lockhart, J. G., 81. XXIV
Lockhart, J. G., 66, 85, 87, 95, 118, 119. XXVI
Lockhart, J. G., 71, 127n. XXXV
Lockhart, J. G., Peter’s Letters to His Kinsfolk, 130 and n., 131 and n. XXX
Lockhart, James, of Castlehill, 225. XXXII
Lockhart, Lady, of Carstairs, 116. XXVI
Lockhart, Miss Elliott, 117. XXXI
Lockhart, Mrs., of Carnwath, her park, 5. XXVI
Lockhart, Rear-Admiral Wm., 92. XXVI
Lockhart, Rev. Dr., of Colinton, and St. Leonards Hospital, 114. XXIII
Lockhart, Sir Charles, of Lee and Carnwath, 138, 166. XXXI
Lockhart, Sir George, 112. XXIX
Lockhart, Sir Jas., of Carstairs, 126. XXVI
Lockhart, Sir Thos., of Lockhart Hall, friend of Boswell, 70, 71. XXVI
Lockhart, Sir Wm., of Carstairs, 101. XXVI
Lockie, K. F., Picturesque Edinburgh, 137n. XXX
Lodden, River, Berkshire, 144-145, 148n. XXXV
Lodden, River, Dorset, 144. XXXV
Lodden, River, Norfolk, 144-145, 148n. XXXV
Logan, Elizabeth, widow of Robt. Logan, indweller in Restalrig, 65. XXIII
Logan family, of Bonnington, 6, 8, 12n. XXXIV
Logan family, of Restalrig, 8, 28. XXXIV
Logan, George, son of John, 19, 20. XXXIV
Logan, James, maltman, Leith, 1, 20. XXXIV
Logan, James, notary public, Canongate, 2, 10n; protocol books of, 9n. XXXIV
Logan, James, son of Robert, indweller in Restalrig, 65. XXIII
Logan, James, spinet maker, 51. XXXII
Logan, John, in Restalrig, 143. XXIII
Logan, John, of Coatfield, and Piershill, 65. XXIII
Logan, John, of Cowston, 8, 19, 20. XXXIV
Logan, John, of Restalrig, 64, 65. XXIII
Logan, John, son of James, maltman, 19, 20. XXXIV
Logan, Margt., 200. XXIV
Logan, Robert, 97. XXIX
Logan, Robert, of Restalrig, 65. XXIII
Logan, Sir John, of Restalrig, 143. XXXV
Logan, Sir Robt., sells estate to Jas. Nisbet, 201. XXII
Logane, Robert, of Restalrig, 23. XXXIV
Loganlea Reservoir, 138. XXXIII
Logan’s Lie, 19. XXXII
Logie Green House, 199. XXV
Logie Green Road, Rodney Street Tunnel, entrance from, 161. XXXIII
London, 104, 147; alterations in 1825 in times of mail coaches between Edinburgh and, 161-2. XXIX
London, 51; baths and bagnios in, 63; Lord Mayor of, 101. XXXIV
London and Edinburgh Shipping Company, annual general meeting in 1830 of, 148. XXX
London, cabinet makers’ societies, 20. XXXIII
London, Leith and Edinburgh Steam Mill Company, 65. XXXIV
London Road, 162 ; feuing in 1824 of stances in, 149 ; proposal in 1825 for road from Drummond Street to, 159. XXIX
London Road, 90. XXXV
London Skating Club, 103, 105, 106; recognised skating club figures, 106. XXXIII
London Street, building in 1820s in, 146, 151 ; proposal in 1825 for extension of, 158. XXIX
London Temperance Hotel, Edinburgh. 39. XXXIII
London, times of arrival in Edinburgh in 1829-30 of
mail from, 143, 147-8 ; comparison in 1830 of efficiency of steam
vessels and smacks plying between Leith and, 146, 148. XXX
Loneheid (Restalrig), 65. XXIII
Longgate, 114, 117. XXXIV
Longhermiston, 109. XXXIV
Longmore, Adam, of Scottish Exchequer, 194. XXIV
Longmore, John A., of Deanhaugh, W.S., founds hospital for incurables, 194. XXIV
Lonsdale Terrace, 206. XXXII
Loraine, Wm., East India Co., 119. XXVI
Lord Advocate : see Grant, William, of Prestongrange. XXXII
Lord George Beauclerk’s Regiment : see Nineteenth Foot, or, Princess of Wales’ Own (Yorkshire) Regiment. XXXII
Lord Hood, a convoy ship, 105. XXVIII
Lord Justice Clerk : see Tinwald, Charles Erskine, Lord. XXXII
Lord Provosts : see Blair, Sir James Hunter; Clerk,
Sir Alexander; Creech, William ; Currie, James ; Dick, Sir James, of
Prestonfield; Drummond, Sir George; Fettes, Sir William; Henderson,
Alexander; Kennedy, Sir Thomas, of Kirkhill ; Mackenzie, Kincaid ;
Macvicar, Neil ; Smith, Sir John, of Grothill; Trotter, William, of
Ballindean. XXIX
Lord Provosts : see Alexander, William ; Calder,
William ; Coulter, William ; Drummond, George ; Elder, Thomas, of
Forneth; Fettes, Sir William, Bt. ; Learmonth, John, of Dean; McVicar,
Neil ; Steel, Sir James, of Murieston, Bt. ; Trotter, Sir William, of
Ballindean. XXXII
Lord Provost’s Committee, 149, 154. XXXV
Lord Provosts of Edinburgh: see Black, Adam; Boyd,
Thos. J.; Chambers, Wm.; Clark, Thos.; Cowan, Jas.; Cranston, Robt.;
Douglas, Francis Brown; Falshaw, Jas.; Forrest, Jas.; Harrison, Geo.;
Johnston, Wm.; Law, Wm.; Lawson, Chas.; Lewis, Baillie; Macdonald,
Andrew; McLaren, Duncan; Melville, John; Russell, Jas.; Spittal, Jas.;
Steel, Jas.; Thomson, Mitchell. XXXIII
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, 167. XXXV
Lords of the Congregation (should be Confederate Lords), 149, 156. XXXV
Loretto School, dovecote at, 197. XXV
Loretto School, ice house (?) at, 132, 133. XXVIII
Lorimer, Geo., Dean of Guild, 65, 88n; architect, 32, 37; biographical details, 38, 41n; builder, 37. XXXIII
Lorimer, Geo., Early Days of St. Guthbert’s Church, 127. XXV
Lorimer, James, teacher, 138. XXXII
Lorimer, Jas., Professor of Public Law, 66, 83, 86, 89n. XXXIII
Lorimer, John, advocate, 57-8. XXX
Lorimer, John, Canongate, 98. XXVII
Lorimer, Rev. Archibald, Cockenzie, 88, 130n. XXXV
Loth, Duke, 143. XXXV
Lothains, East, Mid and West, 113. XXXIV
Lothian, 2. XXX
Lothian, 141-148; extent of in English and French
sources before 1200, 141; in Scottish sources, 141-142, name of used in
restricted sense by Scots, 142; extent of deanery, sheriffdom and
justiciarship of, 142; places identified with, to 15C, 142; meaning of,
142-143; in O. Welsh, in Geoffrey of Monmouth, in French and in the
speech of the people, 143; distinction between parts of, to 1500, 143;
a true watercourse name, 144; concentration of the name in Midlothian
and Edinburghshire, 144-145. XXXV
Lothian, a watercourse name, 144, 148n. XXXV
Lothian, Alex., advocate, 152. XXVI
Lothian, archdeaconry of, 142. XXXV
Lothian, Archdeaconry of, 4 and 11, 5 and n. XXX
Lothian, Bishop of, 141. XXXV
Lothian Burn, 144. XXXV
Lothian, Colonel, 173. XXXI
Lothian, Colonel James, burgess and gildbrother, son of Thomas Lothian, merchant, 130 and n. XXIX
Lothian, Dean of, 142. XXXV
Lothian, district of, 4n. XXX
Lothian, forms of the name: Laodonia, 143; Latonia,
145n; Laudian, 147n; Laudonia, 143; Leoneis, 143, 147n; Leudonia, 143;
Lleuddiniawn, 143; Lodoneium, 143, 146n; Lodonesia, 143; Loeneis, 143,
147n; Loneix, 147n; Loonais, 143, 147n; Lothene, 143; Lothoneium, 145n;
Loudy, 143; Louenyn, 144, 148n; Louthenie, 147n; Louthian, 147n;
Louthiane, 147n; Louthyan, 144, 148n; Louthyane, 147n; Loven, 143;
Lowthian, 143; Lyonesse, 143, 147n. XXXV
Lothian House, 48. XXXIV
Lothian House, 145n. XXIX
Lothian Hut, 178. XXXI
Lothian Hutt, 31. XXX
Lothian, J., map of Edinburgh by, 1825, 46, 50. XXXIV
Lothian, John Kerr, 7th Marquis of, 50. XXXIV
Lothian, John William Robert Ker, 7th Marquis of, 139-40. XXX
Lothian, justiciar of, (141), 142. XXXV
Lothian, Lieutenant John, eldest son of [Lothian, Colonel James, burgess and gildbrother], 130. XXIX
Lothian, Moses, apprentice, 57. XXIX
Lothian Region, 142. XXXV
Lothian Road, 19, 21, 22, 23, 156; building in 1820s in, 145, 150, 163. XXIX
Lothian Road, 44, 144, 147. XXX
Lothian, Road, 189. XXXII
Lothian Road, 76. XXXIII
Lothian Road, 41-43, 47, 49-52. XXXIV
Lothian, Road School, 191. XXXII
Lothian, Robert Kerr, lst Marquess of, 56. XXXII
Lothian, sheriffdom of, 142-143. XXXV
Lothian Street, 63, 64 ; linen manufactory in ; formerly Macvicar Place, 71 and n. XXII
Lothian Street, 12, 24, 29, 48; building of, 16-18; negotiations of Merchant Maiden Hospital with Mr. Ritchie, slater, for sale of their ground in, 20; plans for new Merchant Maiden Hospital facing, 21, 25 ; offer to Relief Church of land belonging to Merchant Maiden Hospital behind, 28. XXIX
Lothian Street, 80, 125. XXXIII
Lothian, Thomas, 91. XXXIV
Lothian, Thomas, Assistant Surgeon, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 164. XXXII
Lothian, Thomas, merchant, 130 n. XXIX
Lothian, ‘upland of’, 144. XXXV
Lothian, William, 185. XXIX
Lothianburn, 203. XXXII
Lothians, 23. XXXIV
Lothian’s Close, 91. XXXIV
Lothian’s Land, 91. XXXIV
Lottery, 124, 148, 149. XXVII
Loudoun’s regiment, 121. XXVI
Loughborough, Lord. See Wedderburn. XXVII
Lounger, 48, 70, 122. XXVI
Lousielaw, lands of, 162, 202, 203. XXIV
Louthian, …, writer, 157. XXVII
Louthian’s Land: see Lothian’s Land. XXXIV
Lovat, Simon, Lord, 60. XXVI
Lovat’s, Lady, ‘land,’ 240. XXIV
Love in a Village, performance in Edinburgh in 1802 of, 63. XXX
Love, John, Rector of Dalkeith Grammar School, 133, 138. XXXII
Loveyn, Cornwall, 148n. XXXV
Low Calton, 144. XXXII
Low Calton, 37, 43, 45. XXXIV
Low, Quentin, 135 and n. XXIX
Low Terrace, 65. XXVII
Lowe, David F., LL.D., Heriot’s Hospital, 145. XXVI
Lowe, Joseph, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 92. XXIX
Lowe, Mrs., wife of [Lowe, Joseph, teacher], teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 92. XXIX
Lowe, Robt., Chancellor of the Exchequer, 70, 86, 90n. XXXIII
Lowghe House, 2. XXXII
Lowis, Alexander, merchant, 8. XXXI
Lowis, Capt. Ninian, of West Plean, and George Square Garden, 81. XXVI
Lowis, James, possession of lands and barony of
Merchiston by, 9 and nn ; grant in 1670 of waste land and Merchiston
Loch to, 9 and n. XXXI
Lowis, John, of Merchiston, 14. XXV
Lowis, John, of Merchiston, loss in 1729 of lands of Merchiston by, 9-10. XXXI
Lowis, Ninian, possession of Merchiston and other
lands by, 8 ; Crown charter of lands and barony of Merchiston received
by, 9 and n. XXXI
Lowis of Merchiston, arms of, 9. XXXIII
Lowis, Robt., officer in Scots Brigade, 81. XXVI
Lowrie, Anna, wife of George Alison, merchant, 127 and n. XXIX
Lowrie, Thomas, 5. XXXIV
Lowthiane Est, see East Lothian. XXXV
Lowthian’s Close: see Lothian’s Close. XXXIV
Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 188-9. XXIX
Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 158-73. XXXII
Luckenbooths, 10, 41, 50. XXIV
Luckenbooths, 97, 135, 141. XXV
Luckenbooths, 126 ; Charles I orders demolition of, 94. XXIX
Luckenbooths, 93, 125. XXX
Luckenbooths, 59. XXXI
Luckenbooths, 36, 147, 156. XXXII
Luckenbooths, 41, 46. XXXIV
Luckenbooths, upper end of, 170. XXXIII
Luckmore, John, keeper of school in Hamilton’s Entry, 76. XXII
Luffness, 142. XXXV
Lugate, lands of, 78. XXIV
Luggy Club, 43-51 ; meeting places of, 43 ; origin of
name of, 44 ; character of, 44-5 ; office-bearers of, 45 ; membership
of, 45, 50 ; admission ceremony of, 45-6; punishment of members of, 46;
‘Affair of the Pencil’, a ritual of, 45; use of a luggy by, 46-7;
‘regalia’ of, 47-8; debates of, 48; wagers among members of, 48-9 ;
patriotism of members of, 49-50 ; drinking habits of members of,
50. XXXI
Lugton, laird of, 157. XXIV
Lugton, lands of, 131. XXIII
Luiff, John, 19. XXXIV
Luikop, Susanna, 96. XXIX
Lumgair, Rev. David, Newton St Boswells, 33, 41, 70, 76, 80, 85, 87, 119n. XXXV
Lumgair, the Misses, 70-71, 92. XXXV
Lumisden, Andrew, secy. to Prince Chas. Edward, 187. XXIV
Lumsden (Lummisdene), Henry, servitor to Prior of Holyrood, 121. XXIII
Lumsden, Michael, advocate, 131 and n. XXIX
Lunardi, Vincent, balloonist, 101. XXVI
Lunatic asylum. See Bedlam. XXII
Lundie, Archd., at Saltoun, 148. XXIV
Lundin, Robert, teacher, 133, 139. XXXII
Lune valley, 144. XXXV
Luring, Herr, 70. XXX
Lushington, Cecilia: see Tennyson, Cecilia (Mrs Edmund Lushington). XXXIII
Lushington, Edmund, Professor of Greek, University of Glasgow, 89n. XXXIII
Luttit, Mrs., teacher, 139. XXXII
Lutton Place, 219. XXIV
Lyal, Miss, 107. XXX
Lyall, James, junior, 107, 133n. XXXV
Lyddon, River, Dorset, 144, 148n. XXXV
Lyell, Sir Charles, 137. XXXV
Lyle (Lyile), John, 129. XXIII
Lyle, Jean, wife of George Rome, writer, 118 and n. XXIX
Lyn, Luke, 60. XXII
Lyndsay, John, teacher of English, 139. XXXII
Lyndsay of the Byres, Lord : see Lindsay of the Byres. XXX
Lynedoch Place, 16. XXX
Lynedoch Place, 52. XXXIV
Lynedoch, Thomas Graham, General Lord, 111, 163. XXXI
Lyon, Isobel, 12n, 19. XXXIV
Lyon King of Arms, 84. XXV
Lyon, Lord, office, 156. XXVI
Lyon, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Lyon, Miss, teacher of sewing, 119, 139. XXXII
Lyon, Mr., Storekeeper of the Ordnance, 87, 89, 96. XXXII
Lyon, Robert, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 92. XXIX
Lythe Mills : see Leith Mills. XXXII
Lythgow, Jean, teacher, 139. XXXII
Lythgow, Magdalene, teacher, 139. XXXII

M

Mabane, Thomas, 185. XXIX
Mabane, Thomas, teacher of English, 139. XXXII
Macadam, Dr Stevenson, 43. XXXIII
Macallum, Miss Agnes, 67, 78, 126n. XXXV
Macaulay, Archibald, Lord Provost, 11. XXVII
Macaulay, Dr Alex., biographical details, 38; Councillor, surgeon, 37, 38, 40n; Treas. of Edinburgh College, 38. XXXIII
Macaulay, Dr Alexander, general practitioner, 104-105, 133n, 136. XXXV
Macaulay, Lord, 114. XXVI
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, Lord, 122 and 11. XXX
MacBaine, Mr., 64. XXX
Macbeth, performance in Edinburgh in 1802 of, 66. XXX
Macbeth, witness to charter in 1159, 4; see also Malbeth the Bear. XXX
MacCalyeane, Elizabeth, 18. XXXIV
MacCalyeane, Euphemia, 8, 18. XXXIV
MacCalyeane, Martha, 18. XXXIV
MacCalyeane, Thomas, Senator of the College of Justice, 8, 12n. XXXIV
Macculloch, Horatio, artist, 69, 88, 90n. XXXIII
Macculoch, artist: see Macculloch, Horatio, artist. XXXIII
Macdonald (or Macdonell), Archibald, of Barrisdale, 98. XXXII
Macdonald, Dr Angus, 143. XXXV
Macdonald, Geo., novelist, 43. XXXIII
Macdonald, Grant, owner(?) of Bible Land, c. 1858, 46. XXXIII
Macdonald, James, shawl manufacturer,59. XXXI
Macdonald, John, of Clanranald, Lord Braxfie1d’s son-in-law, 52. XXVI
Macdonald, Reginald George, 18th Chief of Clanranald, 66-7. 72, 156. XXXI
Macdonald, Rev. Dr Robert, Blairgowrie, 48, 123n. XXXV
Macdonald, Samuel, ‘Big Sam,’ 57. XXVI
Macdonald, Sir Alex., of Macdonald, Bart., 71. XXII
Macdonald, Sir Andrew, Lord Provost, clothier, 37. XXXIII
Macdonald, Wm., of Ballyshear, Prof. of Civil and Natural History, St. Andrews, 148. XXVI
Macdonell, Colonel Alexander Ranaldson, 15th Chief of Glengarry, 66-7, 72, 156. XXXI
Macdonell of Glengarry, 98. XXIV
Macdougall, P. C., Professor of Moral Philosophy, 36, 40n. XXXIII
Macdougall, Patrick Campbell, Professor of Moral Philosophy, 174. XXXII
Macfait, Dr. Ebenezer, teacher, 109, 139. XXXII
Macfait, Ebenezer, 185. XXIX
Macfarlan, Walter, of that Ilk, 82. XXV
MacFie, David S., of Kilmux, Kennoway, 123. XXXIII
Macghie, Alexander, teacher of book-keeping, 139. XXXII
MacGibbon, David, architect, 29; sketch of Merchiston Tower, 6. XXXIII
Macgill, Hew, of Rankeillor, owner of Merchant Hall, Cowgate, 11. XXIX
MacGill, Lady (Elizabeth) Hamilton, 58. XXVI
MacGill, Thos. Hamilton, of Oxenford and Fala, 58. XXVI
Macgoun, H. C. Preston, artist, 86 n. XXIV
Macgregor alias Drummond, James, 75; escape in 1752 from Edinburgh Castle of, 82-7. XXXII
Macgregor, Donald, purchases part of Braid, 36. XXVII
MacGregor, Mrs Jas., 84, 94n. XXXIII
MacGregor, Rev. Dr Jas., 84, 94n. XXXIII
MacGregor, Rev. Dr. Jas., St. Cuthbert’s Church, 63. XXVI
Macgregor, Rob Roy, 82. XXXII
Macgregor, Robin Oig, 83. XXXII
Machlane, Peter, 5. XXXIV
Machrie, William, fencing master, 127 and n. XXIX
Macintosh, Mr., teacher of violin, 139. XXXII
MacIntyre, John, teacher, 139. XXXII
MacKaile, Matthew, surgeon-apothecary of Aberdeen, 138, 139, 141n. XXXIII
Mackay, Aeneas, 166. XXXI
Mackay, Alex., Commander of the Forces in Scotland, owner of Bristo House, 249, 250. XXIV
Mackay, Col. A. Forbes, of Blackcastle, 148. XXVI
Mackay, Dr., 191, 197. XXXII
Mackay, Lt.-Gen. Hon. Alex., 21 ; raises Highland
regiment, 120 ; taken prisoner at Prestonpans; Commander-in-Chief in
Scotland, talks with Boswell; improves lot of Highland tenantry,
121. XXVI
Mackay, Mrs., teacher, 140. XXXII
Mackcalzeane, Thomas, advocate, 70-71. XXXIV
Mackenzie, Alexander, teacher of mathematics, 140. XXXII
Mackenzie, Geo, nephew of Sir Geo. of Rosehaugh, 147. XXIV
Mackenzie, Henry, 4, 25, 46; friend of Lord Craig, 70; founds Friday Club; Waverley dedicated to, literary career, 122. XXVI
Mackenzie, Henry (‘Man of Feeling’), 82 n. XXII
Mackenzie, Henry (‘Man of Feeling’), emoluments from Scottish Exchequer, 61-2. XXIII
Mackenzie, Henry, ‘Man of Feeling,’ 184, 194. XXV
Mackenzie, James, physician, acquires property in Drumsheugh, 77, 78. XXV
Mackenzie, Jas., minister, 88. XXII
Mackenzie, Johm, W.S., 70. XXIII
Mackenzie, John Hay, 145, 166. XXXI
Mackenzie, John, merchant, 78. XXV
Mackenzie, Kincaid, Lord Provost, 250. XXIV
Mackenzie, Kincaid, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 28. XXIX
Mackenzie, Lady, 157. XXXI
Mackenzie, Margaret, her ‘lodgings’ at Holyroodhouse, 44. XXIII
Mackenzie, Mrs., teacher, 140, 147. XXXII
Mackenzie, Rev. Jas., 205. XXIV
Mackenzie, Sir Alexander Muir, 1st Bart., of Delvine, 77, 79-80, 157. XXXI
Mackenzie, Sir Geo., his tomb, 136. XXV
Mackenzie, Sir Geo., of Rosehaugh, and Surgeons, 136. XXII
Mackenzie, Sir George, of Coul, F.R.S., 177, 179. XXXII
Mackenzie, Sir George, of Rosehaugh, 112, 134n. XXIX
MacKenzie, Sir George Steuart, Travels in the island of Iceland, 118. XXX
Mackenzie, Sir James, 61. XXXIV
Mackenzie, Thomas, West Port, 70. XXVII
Mackenzie, Wm., tailor, Canongate, 108. XXII
Mackenzie’s, Mrs., in Writers’ Court, 142. XXII
Mackerston : see Merchiston. XXXI
Mackie, Ann, 210. XXII
Mackie, Chas., Chaplain to Duke of Clarence, 210. XXII
Mackie, Dr., of Ormiston, 210. XXII
Mackie, Euphemia, 210. XXII
Mackie, Gilbert, wright, 203. XXIV
Mackie, J. B., Life and Work of D. McLaren, 136n. XXX
Mackie, Wm., farmer, 210, 211. XXII
Mackiesfield, 203, 205, 206, 209 n. XXIV
Mackintosh, Colonel John, 83, 158. XXXI
Mackintosh, Duncan, merchant, 109. XXV
Mackintosh, Mrs., 83. XXXI
Mackintosh of Borlum, 4 ; captures Leith Citadel, 5. XXVII
Mackintosh, Sir Jas., 158. XXII
Macknight, Jas., W.S., 122. XXXIII
Macknight, Mr, member of Edinburgh Skating Club, 114. XXXIII
MacKnight, Reverend Thomas, minister of St. Giles Old Kirk, 84. XXX
MacLachan, Mr., 171-2. XXXII
Maclagan, Douglas, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Public Health, 13, 91n. XXXIII
MacLaren, Charles, editor of The Scotsman, 146. XXX
Maclaren, Charles, editor of The Scotsman, 178 and n. XXXII
Maclaren, Chas., co-founder of The Scotsman and editor for many years, 115-16, 130. XXVI
Maclaren, Chas., first editor of Scotsman, 100. XXIV
Maclaren, Lockhart, watchmaker, 17, 20, 116n. XXXV
Maclaurin, Colin, his defensive measures against Jacobites, 10; secretary of Philosophical Society, 21. XXVII
MacLaurin, Colin, Professor of Mathematics, 166; 167. XXXIII
Maclaurin, John, Lord Dreghorn, son of famous mathematician, 134; literary career, 135. XXVI
Maclean, Mrs., of Coll, 187. XXV
Maclennan, D. G., Highland dancer, 209. XXXII
Maclennan, Madame, dancing teacher, 209. XXXII
Macleod, Mr, 26, 118n. XXXV
Macleod, Mrs. Sarah, 124, 164, 167. XXXI
Macleod, Norman, 37. XXVII
Macleod, Norman, 23rd Chief of Macleod, 124, 148, 155, 164, 167. XXXI
MacLeod, Sir Jas. Maclver, 146. XXVI
MacLise, Daniel, artist, 79, 93n. XXXIII
Maclvor, Iain, interpretation of building at Merchiston Tower, 9. XXXIII
MacMillan, Alex., publisher, 79, 93n. XXXIII
Macmillan, John, head of the firm of Melrose, 134 and n. XXX
Macmillan, Mr., 204. XXXII
MacMorran, John, bailie, 125. XXX
MacNab, … [no prenames given], of Botanic Garden, 17. XXVI
Macnab, Francis, gardener at Summerhall, 220. XXIV
Macnaught, John, merchant, 163. XXII
MacNeil, William, 12n, 22. XXXIV
MacNeill, John, 7. XXXIV
MacNicol, Sir John, 74, 91n. XXXIII
Macniven and Wallace, booksellers, 131-2. XXX
Maconachie, …, 89. XXVII
Maconochie, Captain, Secretary, Royal Geographical Society of London, 179. XXXII
Macpherson, Ann, of Belleville, 92, 160. XXXI
Macpherson, James (Ossian), 160. XXXI
Macpherson, John, Officer of Edinburgh Skating Club, 110; resignation, 110. XXXIII
Macpherson, Mr, 98. XXXV
Macpherson, Mrs., 92, 113-14. XXXI
Macpherson, P., grocer, 65. XXXIV
Macqueen, Robt., of Braxfield, grandson of Weir of Hermiston, 93. XXVI
Macrae, John Anthony, W.S., 122. XXXIII
Macrae, Rev. David, 43. XXXIII
Macvicar, Neil, Lord Provost, his linen manufactory in Wester Croft of Bristo, 71. XXII
Macvicar, Neil, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 188. XXIX
Macvicar, Neil, minister of St. Cuthbert’s, 71. XXII
Macvicar Place, 71 n. XXII
Madge Wildfire, confined in Bedlam in Bristo, 40. XXII
Madras, Matthew, 120. XXXIII
Madras, Thos., ironmonger, 171, 172. XXXIII
“Magazine Mary”, 209. XXXII
Magdalen Chapel, 98, 118 ; Isobel Mauchan’s coat of arms at, 99. XXIII
Magdalen Chapel, 82, 135, 144; dovecote at, 152. XXV
Magdalen Chapel, 115, 116, 117, 146, 147, 150-3. XXVII
Magdalene Chapel, 139; used by quack for eye operations, 143. XXII
“Maggie”: see Ritchie, Margt. XXXIII
magic lantern, 11. XXXV
Magistrates, 137 ; their relation to Dean of Gild, 86
; and Broughton, 113 ; grant charter of North Croft (Pleasance),
140. XXIII
Magistrates : see Edinburgh, Town Council of. XXIX
Magistrates : see Edinburgh, Town Council of. XXX
Magistrates, of Edinburgh, and urban poor, 38 ; and
journeymen tailors, 112-113; take action against James Graham, medical
quack, 153, 154, 155, 157, 159. See also Town Council. XXII
Maiden Castle, (144), 147n. XXXV
Maiden, The, 132, 134. XXV
Mail robbery at Jock’s Lodge, 74. XXIII
Main, David, writer, 118. XXIX
Main Point, 148. XXIX
Main Point, 189-90. XXXII
Main Point, 110, 114-115. XXXIV
Main Street, Newhaven, 73. XXXIV
Mains, Forfarshire, sundial at, 97. XXVII
Mains of Thurston, Renfrewshire, lands of, 8. XXXI
Mair, Mr., teacher, 141. XXXII
Mair, William, Historic Morningside : Lands, Mansions, and Celebrities, 70-107. XXIV
Maire, Mr., teacher of French, 141. XXXII
Maitland, Adam, jun., Lord Dundrennan, brother-in-law of Lord Cockburn, M.P., and bibliophile, 93. XXVI
Maitland, Adam, of Dundrennan, 93. XXVI
Maitland, Captain, 102. XXXI
Maitland, Chas., of Halton, 105. XXV
Maitland, Colonel J ames, 99, 161. XXXI
Maitland, Colonel John, 99, 161. XXXI
Maitland, James, teacher, 141. XXXII
Maitland, Jean, wife of Lord Kilkerran, buried at Holyrood, 25. XXVI
Maitland, John Gordon M., W.S., 123n. XXXIII
Maitland, John M., advocate, 123. XXXIII
Maitland, John, teacher, 141. XXXII
Maitland, Lord : see Lauderdale, James, 9th Earl of. XXXI
Maitland of Lethington, 36. XXVII
Maitland Place, proposed northern terminus of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Maitland, Sir Alex. Ramsay Gibson, 74, 92n. XXXIII
Maitland, Sir John, of Barnton, 87. XXXIV
Maitland Street, 65. XXVII
Maitland Street, 47. XXXIV
Maitland Street, building in 1831 behind, 155. XXX
Maitland Street, No. 23, 123. XXXIII
Maitland, William, estimate of cost of Tron Church by, 110. XXIX
Maitland, William, historian of Edinburgh, 25. XXXIV
Maitland, William, historian of Edinburgh, 153-154. XXXV
Maitland, William, of Lethington, 153, 157. XXXV
Maitland’s History (quoted), 127, 139, 151. XXIII
Maitland’s History of Edinburgh, 4, 21, 27, 28, 110, 113; and Hare Stone, 109, 111, 112. XXIV
Maitland’s History of Edinburgh, 96. XXV
Makerston, parish church of, 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Makey, Dr W. H., city archivist, 69. XXXIV
Makgill, David, 91. XXIII
Makgill, David, advocate, 156. XXXV
Makgill, David, of Nisbet and Cranston Riddell, laird of Drylaw, 178. XXVII
Makgill, James (Viscount Oxfuird), sells Drylaw, 178. XXVII
Makgill, Master David, 10n. XXXIV
Malbeth the Bear, Lord of Liberton, 8-9 : see also Macbeth. XXX
Malcolm, Alexander, teacher of mathematics, 141. XXXII
Malcolm, C. A., Introd. to Diary of George Sandy, Apprentice W.S., 1788, 1-15. XXIV
Malcolm, C. A., The Hermitage of Braid, 25-39. XXVII
Malcolm, C.A., Princes Street, Edinburgh, 130n., 135n., 137n. XXX
Malcolm, Egidir, 11n. XXXIV
Malcolm IV, 6n ; confirmation in 1159 of charter to Kelso Abbey by, 3 and n., 4. XXX
Malcolm, John, army surgeon, whose daughter Maria became wife of Sir William Fettes, 156. XXVIII
Malcolm, John, recorder at Preston St. burying ground, 180. XXIV
Malcolm, Lady, 89, 159. XXXI
Malcolm, Major, service in India, 166. XXVIII
Malcolm, Patrick, stabler, Woolpack Inn, 72-3. XXII
Malcolm, Vice-Admiral Sir Pulteney, 89, 159. XXXI
Malcolm’s Close, 126 and n. XXIX
Male, Mr., 62. XXX
Malleny, 19. XXXII
Malleny, 52. XXXIV
Malleny, dovecote at, 171, 183-4. XXV
Mallinson, John, 33; biographical details, 39, 41n; elected Gorgie ward, 1900, 34, 40n. XXXIII
Malloch, David, exciseman, imprisonment in 1752-3 in Edinburgh Castle of, 92-4, 95, 96, 100, 101, 103, 106. XXXII
Malpighi, scientific instrument-maker, 165. XXXIII
Malt Mills, position in Water of Leith village of, 11. XXX
Malt Tax, 8. XXVII
Man, Gilbert, teacher, 141. XXXII
Man, John, teacher of navigation, 141. XXXII
‘Man of Feeling,’ See Mackenzie, Henry. XXVI
Manby, Captain, life saving expert, 111. XXXIII
Manchester, 51 ; proposal in 1824 for railway between Liverpool and, 154. XXIX
Manchester, 44. XXXIV
Manchester, Cabinet Makers’ society, 20, 22; municipal gas company, 36, 40n. XXXIII
Manchester, success of locomotive steam engines on railway between Liverpool and, 146, 149. XXX
Manchester, William Montagu, 5th Duke of, 160. XXXI
Manes, Denis, paper maker, 62, 63, 66. XXV
Mann, Alexander, tailor, 95. XXIX
Mann, John, 85. XXIV
Manners & Millars, booksellers, 125. XXXIII
Manners and Miller, booksellers, 130, 131. XXX
Manners, Laura, 34. XXVII
Manns, Sir August Friedrich, 68, 71, 90n. XXXIII
Manor, Lord: see Dundas, Geo., Lord Manor. XXXIII
Mansfield, Lord, 83. XXV
Mansfield Place, completion in 1823 of, 146. XXIX
Mantenci, Monsieur, student, 66. XXXIII
Manual of Devout Prayers and Devotions, 118. XXVII
Manufactures, 73, 74, 78, 86; Board of, establish
School of Design, 67; property in Picardy Place, 79-80; and premises on
Mound, 80, 81; management investigated, 89; objects to affiliation
scheme, 90; ends its activities, 95; its influence, 96. XXVII
Manufactures, Trustees of Board of, their records a
true account of Picardy, 2; negotiations with N. D’Assavil1e, 3 ; terms
of agreement, 3-4 ; and Picardy ground, 9, 10 ; and instruction in
spinning, 12, 13 ; lend money to weavers, 16, 17, 18 ; and cambrics, 19
; situation reviewed, 20 ; efforts to improve industry, 22; two
merchants’ proposals, 22 ; their offer accepted, 23 ; renew contract,
24 ; petition against illegal trade, 25 ; change in management, 25 ;
petitioned for assistance, 26 ; grants discontinued, 27 ; plan for
buildings on site of colony, 28; to sell Picardy ground, 30 ; accept
offer of Robt. Burn, architect, 31, 32, 33 ; to sell Drawing Academy,
33. XXV
Mar, and Kellie, Walter Henry Coningsby Erskine, 11th and 13th Earl of, 31n. XXIX
Mar, John, Earl of, proposes bridge across North Loch, 147, 153. XXIII
Mar, John, Earl of, scheme for city extension, 12. XXVII
Mar, John, eleventh Earl of, his paper (1728) on ways of improving Edinburgh, 173-4. XXII
Mar, John Erskine, 7th Earl of, paternal grandfather of Mary Erskine, 2 and n. XXIX
Mar, John Frances Miller Erskine, twenty-fifth Earl of: see Erskine, John Francis Miller, twenty-fifth Earl of Mar. XXXIII
Mar, John Francis Erskine Goodeve-Erskine, 32nd Earl of, 31n. XXIX
Mar, John Francis Miller Erskine, 31st Earl of, 30-1. XXIX
Mar, Marie Stewart, 7th Countess of, paternal grandmother of Mary Erskine 2. XXIX
Marble cutter, at Abbeyhill, 63. XXXIV
Marble stones, from Holland for High School Yards
bagnio, 1703, 59; from Rotterdam, for Royal Infirmary bagnio, 1750’s,
63. XXXIV
Marcel : see Marcet, Dr. XXXI
Marcellus, Theatre of, Rome, 102. XXXIV
Marcet, Dr. Alexander J. G., 71-2, 74, 92, 156, 160. XXXI
Marcet, Madame, 71-2, 156, 160. XXXI
March, James, 65. XXXIV
Marchhall, 182, 183, 234, 236. XXIV
Marchmont, Earl of, 41. XXVI
Mardale Terrace, 3. XXXIII
Margaret, queen of James III, 117. XXIII
Margaret, Saint and Queen of Scotland, 137, 138. XXXIII
Marie, Abraham, 14. XXV
Marie, Quentin, 14. XXV
Marine Biological Association, 55, 56. XXXIII
Marine research stations: Granton, 50-58; Millport, 54, 55, 56; Plymouth, 55, 56. XXXIII
Mar1in’s Wynd, 143. XXV
Mario, Giuseppi, tenor, 66, 89n. XXXIII
Marionville, 256. XXII
Marischal College, Aberdeen, 123. XXXII
Marjoribanks, Edward, merchant councillor and Town Treasurer, 123 and n. XXIX
Marjoribanks, James, 70. XXXIV
Marjoribanks, James, merchant, 130. XXIX
Marjoribanks, John, 91. XXIII
Marjoribanks, John, 71. XXXIV
Marjoribanks, John, merchant and bailie, 120 and n. XXIX
Marjoribanks, Sir John, Lord Provost, 57. XXIII
Marjoribanks, Sir John, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 48. XXXIV
Marjoribanks, Sir John, of Lees, Bt., Lord Provost, 175 n. XXIV
Marjoribanks, Sir John, of Lees, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 132. XXVI
Marjoribanks, Thomas, of Ratho, advocate and Clerk Register, 70-72. XXXIV
Markers, archery, 13, 14; skating, 135, pl. 8. XXXIII
Market Cross, 38, 116, 132, 135. XXV
Market Cross, 7, 110. XXVI
Market Cross, 10, 147, 153, 178; taken down, 13. XXVII
Market Cross, 30, 32, 55n. XXXIV
Market Road, proposal by R. F. Gourlay in 1855 for creation of, 53. XXX
Market Street, 53. XXXIV
Markets, 24; re-sited because of railway, 1844, 51. XXXIV
Marlborough, John Churchill, lst Duke of, 63. XXXII
Marlin’s Wynd, 72. XXIII
Marlin’s Wynd, 113, 114, 119, 134, 139, 142, 153, 155. XXXII
Marmion, Bore Stone and Scott’s, 108, 110, 114, 124. XXIV
Marquis of Tweedda1e’s Close, 136. XXXII
Marriage Affinity Bill, meeting concerning, 31-32, 119n. XXXV
Marr’s Mill, 13, 15 ; position in Water of Leith village of, 12-13; earliest reference in 1580 to, 12. XXX
Marsh, Ellen, 225, 234, 240; succeeds to Craigentinny and assumes arms and name of Miller, 235. XXII
Marsh, Sarah, 225, 255; succeeds to Craigentinny and assumes arms and name of Miller, 234. XXII
Marsh, Thomas, gunsmith, 59, 68. XXXII
Marshall, D. W. Hunter, 145n. XXXV
Marshall, Francis, Clerk of H.M. Customs, 220. XXIV
Marshall, Geo., his ‘land,’ 97. XXV
Marshall, John, 193. XXXII
Marshall, Wm. Calder: see Calder-Marshall, Wm. XXXIII
Marshall, Wm., jewellers of South Bridge, 125. XXXIII
Marshall’s Garden, on the site of Glengyle Terrace and Leven Street, 192-3, 207-8. XXXII
Martello Tower, Leith, 48. XXXIII
Marten : see Martin, John. XXX
Martin Chuzzlewit, 13, 14, 16, 17, 21, 24, 26-27, 30-32, 36, 39, 43-44, 49, 51, 53, 55, 59, 61-62, 132n. XXXV
Martin, David, his studio, 78. XXVII
Martin, David, painter, 104. XXVI
Martin, John, exhibition by Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 of The Deluge by, 143 and n. XXX
Martin, Mr., 113. XXX
Martin, The Misses, teachers, 141. XXXII
Martineau, Harriet, 7, 16, 114n. XXXV
Marwick, Jas. D., Councillor, 180; reminiscences, 32, 40n. XXXIII
Marwick, W. H., The Incorporation of the Tailors of the Canongate, 91-131. XXII
Mary Erskine School, 3n. XXVIII
Mary Erskine School, table cover in, 6n. XXIX
Mary King’s Close, 11 ; a disreputable quarter, 6. XXII
Mary King’s Close, 118. XXXII
Mary King’s Close, 39. XXXIV
Mary King’s Close, 154. XXXV
Mary King’s Close, 126 and n., 128. XXIX
Mary Kirke : see St. Mary’s Church, Kirkgate. XXXII
Mary of Gueldres, founding in 1462 of Trinity College Church by, 48. XXX
Mary of Gueldres, queen of James II (Scots), 98. XXVI
Mary of Guise, 6. XXIV
Mary of Lorraine, 28. XXXIV
Mary Queen of Scots, 5. XXIV
Mary Queen of Scots, 30, 177. XXVII
Mary Queen of Scots, 154, 170. XXIX
Mary, Queen of Scots, 28. XXXIV
Mary, Queen of Scots, 4, 33-34; last lodging in Edinburgh of, 149-159. XXXV
Mary, Queen of Scots, poem, 180. XXXIII
Maryfield, 51. XXXIV
Mary’s Chapel, 129, 134, 136. XXIV
Mary’s Chapel, deacons of, 29. XXIX
Mary’s Chapel, Incorporation of, subscribes for city improvements, 9 ; builders of Royal Exchange, 12-13. XXII
Mary’s Chapel Lodge, 192. XXII
Mary’s Chapel, Niddry’s Wynd, 154 ; John Taylor,
‘oculist to his Majesty,’ lectures in, 142 ; Jas. Graham, medical
quack, lectures in, 153. XXII
Mason, Gilbert, of Moredun, 75. XXIII
Mason, John, The Edinburgh School of Design, 67-96. XXVII
Mason, John, The Weavers of Picardy, 1-33. XXV
Masons, 13, 16n, 38, 152; Union, 23, 24, 49. XXXIII
Masons and Wrights, wages of, 135. XXIV
Masons’ Incorporation, 197. XXII
Massie, Mrs., 117. XXXI
Masson, Alexander, teacher of English, 141. XXXII
Masson, Arthur, teacher, 120, 124, 141. XXXII
Masson, David, Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature, 69, 76, 79, 83, 84, 86, 90n. XXXIII
Masson Hall, 150. XXVI
Masson, Marion, 143. XXIV
Masterton, Alexander, teacher, 142. XXXII
Masterton, Allan, teacher of writing, 142. XXXII
Masterton, Dugald (Jun.), son of [Masterton, Dugald, teacher of writing], writing master, 142. XXXII
Masterton, Dugald, teacher of writing, 125, 142. XXXII
Mather, Rev. James, 50, 123n. XXXV
Mather, William, and Co., shawl manufacturers in Glasgow, 57. XXXI
Matheson, Alexander, Rector of High School, 142. XXXII
Matheson, Andrew, 3. XXXIV
Matheson family, 9. XXXIV
Matheson, Jean, 19, 22. XXXIV
Matheson, John, 8, 12n, 18, 19. XXXIV
Matheson, John, son of above, 18. [CHECK text] XXXIV
Matheson, Mr., contractor in 1828 of East Leith pier, 179. XXIX
Matheson, Peter, coachman to Sir W. Scott, 79, 128n. XXXV
Matheson, Robt., architect, 81, 94n. XXXIII
Matheson, William, teacher, 142. XXXII
Mathesone, Alex., 129. XXIII
Mathesone, John, 129. XXIII
Mathie, Hugh, vintner, 68, 71. XXIII
Mathieson, John, forger of bank-notes, 45. XXVII
Mathieson, Rev. Finlay, 70, 90n. XXXIII
Mathmansratheshot, 9. XXXIV
Mauchan, Alexander, advocate, 155. XXXV
Mauchan, Isobel, 99. XXIII
Mauchan, John, 155. XXXV
Maughan (Mauchane), Clement, feuar at Pilton, 35. XXV
Maughan, Clement, grandson of [Maughan (Mauchane), Clement], 35. XXV
Maughan, James, ‘elder of Pilton,’ 35. XXV
Maughan, James, younger of Pilton, 35. XXV
Maule, Henry, of Kellie, 116. XXV
Maule, Mrs. Elizabeth, 158. XXXI
Maule, Robert and Son, drapers, Princes Street, 138 and n. XXX
Maule, Robert, draper, 138. XXX
Maule, Sir Henry, M.P. and Baron of Exchequer, 224, 234, 235-6. XXII
Maule, Sir Robert, son of [Maule, Robert, draper], 138 and n. XXX
Maule, William Ramsay, M.P., 88, 158. XXXI
Mawse Mylne : see Marr’s Mill. XXX
Maxentius, Emperor, 137. XXXIII
Max-Müller, F., Professor, 43. XXXIII
Maxpoffle, nr. Bowden, Roxburghshire, 5, 17-19, 22,
26, 32-33, 43, 49, 50, 55-56, 59-61, 63-64, 66, 68, 70-74, 76-81, 83,
85-86, 91, 97-98, 100, 103-104, 109, 113n, 137-139. XXXV
Maxwell, Alexander, wine merchant, 225. XXXII
Maxwell, Captain James, 46. XXXI
Maxwell, Curroden, 70, 156. XXXI
Maxwell, Halbert, 21. XXXIV
Maxwell, Herbert, 204. XXXII
Maxwell, Inglis, Harry, W.S,, 122. XXXIII
Maxwell, Robert, 26. XXX
Maxwell, Robert, feus part of Three Steps, 79 ; leases parks of Coatfield, 80 n. XXIII
Maxwell, Robert, of Arkland, widow of, 126. XXX
Maxwell, Robt., of Threave, 81. XXVI
Maxwell, Sir Geo. Clerk: see Clerk-Maxwell, Sir Geo. of Penicuik. XXXIII
Maxwell, Sir Wm., 150. XXVI
Maxwell Street, 204, 205. XXXII
Maxwell, Wm. S., 81. XXXIII
May Island, 52. XXXIII
May, Isle of, beset by privateers, 93. XXVIII
Mayfield (or Cant’s) Loan, 154, 155, 171, 173, 174, 179, 183, 191. XXIV
Mayfield Inn, 180. XXIV
Mayfield, lands of, 160, 179; owners of, 189-90 ; sold to Duncan McLaren, feuing operations, 190. XXIV
Mayfield Terrace (originally Ross St.), locked gates, 164 ; erection of houses in, 177. XXIV
Mayfield Toll, 190. XXIV
Mayne, John, poet and joint-editor of The Star, 32. XXII
Mazzoni, Rosa, dancer, 112. XXX
McArthur, Samuel, teacher, 139. XXXII
McAulay, Archd., merchant, 19. XXV
McBean, Francis, Inspector of Gaelic schools, 178 n. XXIV
McBean, Lieut.-Col. Jas., 232. XXIV
McBean, Mr., 112. XXX
McBraid, Mr., 63. XXX
McBurnie, John, smuggler, 34. XXVI
McCall, Catherine, 8. XXXI
McCall, David, merchant, 67. XXIII
McCall, David, merchant, 8. XXXI
McCall, David, treasurer of Tron Church, 96, 97, 98, 99 ; money left for weekday preacher for Tron Church by, 110. XXIX
McCall, Miss, 71. XXX
McCall, Mr., 71. XXX
McCall, Mrs., 71. XXX
McCallum, Duncan, weaver, 57-8. XXXI
McCalyean, Thomas, 93. XXIII
McCalzean, Lady, proprietrix of Whitehouse, condemned as witch, 31. XXVII
McCalzean, Sir Thomas, Provost of Edinburgh, 31. XXVII
McCapil, John, weaver, 14. XXX
McCara, Andrew, 185. XXIX
McCaren, David, 87-8. XXXII
McClellan, Robt., gardener, Burrowloch, 218 n., 219, 220. XXIV
McClellan, Sir Samuel, Lord Provost, property on Castlehill of, 19, 20, 29. XXX
McColl, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 43, 91. XXIX
McCrae, Geo., Councillor, draper, 38; Liberal candidate, 1897, St. Leonard’s ward, 34. XXXIII
McCrae, Sir George, M.P., City Treasurer, 136. XXX
McCrae, Thomas, Lord Kames and the North Bridge, 147-154. XXIII
McCrie, Dr. Thos., resident in Newington, 192-3 and n. XXIV
McCrie, Thos., son of biographer of Knox, 130. XXVI
McCulloch, Christian, daughter of James of Pilton, 38 n. XXV
McCulloch, David, sells Pilton, 38. XXV
McCulloch, Ebenezer, 24, 26 ; to take over management
of Picardy, 22 ; introduces Irish weavers, 23 ; relieved of Picardy
obligation, 25 ; petitions for assistance, 26. XXV
McCulloch, James, of Pilton, 38, 209, 210. XXV
McCulloch, Sir Hugh, acquires Pilton, knighted, owns
lands in Stow parish and estate in Ross-shire, 37 ; marriage contract,
his monument in Greyfriars, 38, 209; bequest to poor, 209. XXV
McCullochs of Catboll, 37. XXV
McDiarmid, Mr, Edinburgh Skating Club “Cady,” 10. XXXIII
McDonald, Gilbert, precentor of Greyfriars Church, 42. XXIX
McDonald, Gilbert, teacher, 139. XXXII
Mcdonald, Mr., 108. XXX
McDonald, Mr., teacher of singing in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
McDonald, Mrs., of Clanranald, 225. XXXII
McDonald, Sir Andrew, merchant tailor, Lord Provost, 139 and n. XXX
McDonald, Wm., 43. XXVI
McDougal, —, ‘Surveyor of Linen,’ 12. XXV
McDougal, Sir Geo. Hay, of Mackerston, 118. XXVI
McDougal, Sir Henry, of Mackerston, 119. XXVI
McDougal, Sir Thos. Brisbane, 119. XXVI
McDowal, Mr., 97. XXX
McDuff, Robt., officer to the Incorporation of Goldsmiths, 172. XXXIII
McEwan Hall, 102. XXXIV
McEwan, Sir William, M.P. , gives money for building McEwan Hall, 102. XXXIV
McFait, Dr Ebenezer, teacher of Geography. 169; roup of library and scientific apparatus, 169. XXXIII
McFarlane, Chair Makers’ delegate from Glasgow, 19. XXXIII
McFarlane, John, teacher, 139. XXXII
McFarlane, John, W.S., 118. XXIX
McFarlane, Mrs., of Fairnyside, 225. XXXII
McFarlane, Rev., Dr Walter, 84, 94n. XXXIII
McFarlane, Robert, teacher, 139. XXXII
McFarlane, W. H., engraver, 49, 52. XXX
McGibbon, William, teacher of music, 139. XXXII
McGilchrist, Rev. John, 72-73, 127n. XXXV
McGill, Alex., architect, 9. XXV
McGill, Alexander, architect, 62. XXXIV
McGill and Cowan, and Cabbagehall, 212. XXIV
McGilvray, James, teacher of English, 139. XXXII
McGordon, Mr., 77. XXX
McGordon, Mrs., 77. XXX
McGowan, John, 74, 76. XXVII
McGowan, John, writer, 119. XXXIII
McGregor, Evan, of Glen Carnaick, aide-de-camp to Prince Charles Edward, 40. XXVI
McGregor, John, teacher of mathematics, 139. XXXII
McGregor, Miss, 46-47. XXXV
McGregor, Misses, 97. XXXV
McGregor, Rev. Dr Duncan, Stomoway, 44-49, 122n, 135. XXXV
McGregor, Robt., R.S.A., 101. XXIV
McIntosh, John, bower & fletcher, 13, 14, 16, 16n. XXXIII
McIntyre, Archibald, 104. XXXII
McIver, Mrs., teacher of cookery, 140. XXXII
McKaill, Margaret, teacher, 140. XXXII
McKay & Cunningham, jewellers, South Bridge, 125, 134, XXXIII
McKay, J., skating medal, 132, 133. XXXIII
McKay, John, teacher, 140. XXXII
McKay, Reverend William, teacher, 140. XXXII
McKay, William, teacher, 140. XXXII
McKean, Andrew, teacher, 140. XXXII
McKellar, Mr., teacher of writing, 140. XXXII
McKellar, Mrs., teacher, 140, 154. XXXII
McKenzie, Colin, teacher, 140. XXXII
McKenzie, George, Clerk of Exchequer, 122. XXIX
McKenzie, Henry, Edinburgh literary figure, 173. XXXIII
McKenzie, J., railway legislation, 159, 164n. XXXIII
McKenzie, Jas., Clerk to the Session, 143. XXIV
McKenzie, John, Clerk to Signet, 7. XXII
McKenzie, John, of Dolphinstone, 118. XXXIII
McKenzie, Joshua, 140. XXII
McKenzie, Kenneth, of Dolphinton, advocate, 121. XXXIII
McKenzie, Lieut., of Edinburgh Castle, 140. XXII
McKenzie, Mr., 69, 70. XXX
McKenzie, Mrs., 69, 70. XXX
McKenzie, Mrs., of Coull, 225. XXXII
McKenzie, Rev. Alex., 219. XXIV
McKenzie, Rev. John, 84, 94n. XXXIII
McKenzie, Sir A. C., violinist, 71, 91n. XXXIII
McKenzie, Sir Geo., Bart. of Coull, 121. XXXIII
McKenzie, Stewart: see Sir Geo. Mackenzie, Bart., of Coull. XXXIII
McKiver, Evander, merchant, 67. XXV
McLachlan, Richard, and Stewart, booksellers, 131. XXX
McLagan, Mrs., teacher, 140. XXXII
McLardie, Ann, 56, 57, 58. XXIX
McLaren, Chas., founder and editor of The Scotsman, 31, 67, 89n. XXXIII
McLaren, Dr Anges, 83, 94n. XXXIII
McLaren, Duncan, draper, son of [McLaren, Duncan, M.P.], 136. XXX
McLaren, Duncan, Lord Provost, owner of Newington House, 164-5. XXIV
McLaren, Duncan, M.P., Lord Provost, 136 and n. XXX
McLaren, Eliz.: see Hume, Eliz. (Mrs Jas. McLaren). XXXIII
McLaren, Ian, 43. XXXIII
McLaren, Jas., born in Perthshire, 27; dress, 27;
education at Edinburgh University, 27; education of grandchildren, 29;
marriage, 28; marriage of daughter, 29; school, 177-182; schoolmaster
in Stockbridge, 27-30, 177-182; see also, Hamilton Place Academy. XXXIII
McLaren, Jas., junior, son of Jas. McLaren, 28, 30; teacher at Hamilton Place Academy, 28, 180. XXXIII
McLaren, Jas., tea merchant, 156. XXVI
McLaren, John, minister, 10. XXV
McLaren, John, son of Jas. McLaren, 28; choirmaster, 28; nickname, 28; writing master at Glasgow Academy, 28. XXXIII
McLaren, Kate (Mrs Jas. Young), daughter of Jas. McLaren, 28, 29. XXXIII
McLaren, Mary, daughter of Jas. McLaren, 29; marriage, 29. XXXIII
McLaren, Peter, Dr, son of Jas. McLaren, 29. XXXIII
McLaren, Sir Chas. B., M.P., 165. XXIV
McLaren, Sir Duncan, Lord Provost, Liberal M.P., 31,
37, 74, 78, 85, 91n, 94n; biography, 32; chief shareholder of Edinburgh
Literary Institute, 42; libel action, 32. XXXIII
McLaren, Son and Co., drapers, 137. XXX
McLaren, Wm., Dr, son of Jas. McLaren, 29. XXXIII
McLean, James, Ensign, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 169. XXXII
Mclean, Miss, 69. XXX
McLean, Miss Eliza, 82, 114n. XXXV
McLean, Miss, teacher of sewing, 140. XXXII
McLean, Mr, 85, 114n. XXXV
McLean, Mrs Jean, 6, 20, 29, 81-83, 96, 114n. XXXV
McLean, Neil, Tailors’ Secy., Director St. Cuthbert’s Co-operative, candidate Calton ward, 1889, 33. XXXIII
McLean, tenant(?) of Bible Land, 46. XXXIII
McLellan, Anna, schoolmistress, 118. XXV
McLellan, James, weaver in Paisley, 53. XXXI
McLellan, Samuel, bailie, 110. XXV
McLellan, Samuel, Lord Provost, 140, 142. XXIV
McLelland, James, shawl loom improvements by, 57. XXXI
McLeod, Alex., of Moravonside, correctly Muiravonside, advocate, 119. XXXIII
McLeod, Donald, 80. XXVII
McLeod, John, cutler, skatemaker to the Edinburgh Skating Club, 106, 125. XXXIII
McLeod, Major, 62. XXX
McLure, John, writing master, 140. XXXII
McLurg, James, merchant and bailie, 124 and n. XXIX
McMath, James, apothecary, 123 and n., 124 and n. XXIX
McMath, Janet, 96. XXIX
McMichen, William, teacher, 141. XXXII
McMillan, Alex., WV.S., 80. XXIV
McMillan, Duncan, W.S., 81. XXIV
McMillan, Mr., 62, 64. XXXII
McMorlan, John, merchant, 114 and n., 129. XXIX
McMorran, George, elder, merchant, youngest son of John McMorran, 134 and n. XXIX
McMorran, George, younger, son of [McMorran, George, elder, merchant], 134n. XXIX
McMorran, John, 134n. XXIX
McMorran’s Close, 134n. XXIX
McNab, John, of Inglis Green, 180. XXXIII
McNeill, Duncan, Lord Colonsay, 54. XXII
McNeill, Sir John, Hon. President Edinburgh Literary Institute, 42, 44n. XXXIII
McNight, Mr., 72. XXX
McPhail, Mr, 102, 132n. XXXV
McPherson, Daniel, writer, 121. XXIX
McPherson, David, teacher of English, 141. XXXII
McPherson, Elizabeth, daughter of [McPherson, Daniel, writer], 121. XXIX
McPherson, Eneas, portrait painter, 75. XXVII
McPherson, John, 185. XXIX
McPherson, Miss, teacher, 130, 141. XXXII
McQueen, Duncan, 185. XXIX
McRae, E. J., F.R.I.B.A., obituary notice, App. p. 7. XXVIII
McRonald, Theodore, teacher, 141. XXXII
McVicar, Neil, Lord Provost, 160, 172. XXXII
McWhinnie, John, candidate, Canongate ward, 1869, 33. XXXIII
Meadow Cage, 32, 33. XXX
Meadow Cage, 162 and n. XXIX
Meadow Lane, 39. XXXIV
Meadow Park, 254. XXII
Meadow Place, 91. XXXIV
Meadow Walk, 74. XXXIII
Meadow Walk, Middle, 53, 54, 58. XXX
Meadow Walk, Middle, 147, 156, 162n. XXIX
Meadow Walk, North, extension in 1824 of Lothian Road to, 150. XXIX
‘Meadow Walk Warriors,’ 31. XXVI
Meadowbank, 81. XXXIV
Meadowbank, Allan Maconochie, Lord, 225. XXXII
Meadowbank, Lord, 29. XXIII
Meadowbank, Lord, 86 ; proposes extension of Royal Institution, 85; class for pattern drawing, 87. XXVII
Meadowflat, 113, 144-6. XXIII
Meadowflatt, 2, 21. XXXIV
Meadow-flatts, King’s Park, 211. XXII
Meadowhohn (or Meadowyard), 68, 70. XXIII
Meadows, 41, 88, 168, 183; first drained by Cromwell, 169. See also Hope’s Park. XXII
Meadows, 39, 40, 248 ; as public park, 165. XXIV
Meadows, 3, 5, 7, 15, 18, 19, 32, 36, 51, 75, 78, 96, 98; ‘academic grove,’ 31; Adam Smith’s aversion to, 47. XXVI
Meadows, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 37, 38 ; building in 1825 between Lothian Road and, 163. XXIX
Meadows, 21, 32, 53, 54; proposed designs in
nineteenth century for replanning of, 53-4 ; proposal in 1830 for
establishment of racecourse in, 147 ; see also Memorials of Hope ParkXXX
Meadows, 37, 40, 43, 47-48, 91; draining of 38-39, 44; building forbidden on, 49. XXXIV
Meadows, 39. XXXV
Meadows, International Exhibition, 1886, 38. XXXIII
Meadows, Sir Wm., 43. XXV
Meadows, The, 190, 195. XXXII
Meadowshott, 8. XXXIV
Meadowside House, 7 Lauriston Lane, hospital for sick children, 31. XXIX
Meadowspot, 29. XXVII
Meal market, 94. XXIII
Meal Market, 17. XXVII
Meal Market, 32. XXXIV
Meal Market, Cowgate, 132, 137. XXXII
Meal Market, Cowgate, building of, 111, 115n. XXIX
Mealmarket, 2, 127, 133, 137, 138, 141, 143, 144, 150, 151; rebuilding of, 133, 135 ; sleeping place, 136. XXIV
Mealmarket, 123. XXV
Mealmarket Stairs, 151. XXXII
Mears, F. C. (with John Russell), The New Town of Edinburgh, 167-200. XXII
Mears, F. C. (with John Russell), The New Town of Edinburgh – (continued), 1-37. XXIII
Meason, Gilbert Laing, of Linderties, 77, 157. XXXI
Medal of Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 188. XXIX
Medals of the Edinburgh Skating Club in National Museum, catalogue of, 131-135; pls. facing pages 132, 133. XXXIII
Meddowschot, 66, 67. XXIII
Medical education, women, 32, 43, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 86, 87, 93n. XXXIII
Medical Essays, 21. XXVII
Medical Officer of Health, Edinburgh, appointed 1862, 36. XXXIII
Medical Quacks, Edinburgh a happy hunting-ground, 132
; barefaced and unscrupulous methods; popularity in seventeenth century
due to backward state of medical profession ; Royal College of
Physicians bring about changes for better, 133; from vulgar displays to
semi-scientific lectures; usual procedure ; early peripatetic
physicians, 134-6; case of John Baptista, 136-7 ; mountebanks and
astrologers ; pretensions, 138 ; combine other business with medical
practice, 139 ; eighteenth-century quacks, 141 ; John Taylor, ‘oculist
to his Majesty,’ 142-9 ; Jas. Graham and his Temple of Health,
149-59. XXII
Medical School, 32. XXVI
Medical School, 7, 21. XXVII
Medical School, New: see University of Edinburgh. XXXIV
Medicine, Edinburgh School of, 55. XXIII
Medicine, Faculty of, established, 134. XXII
Medina, Sir John, 23. XXVII
Medina, Sir John, portrait painter, 60. XXXIV
Medowfield, 178. XXVII
Medowfield, Thomas, of Drylaw, 178. XXVII
Medusa, steam vessel, 53, 54, 55, 56. XXXIII
Medwyn, William Forbes, Lord, Lt., Royal Midlothian Yeomanry Cavalry, 91. XXX
Meek, John, of Fortissat, Lanarkshire, W.S., 121. XXXIII
Meggat, Jean, 53. XXIX
Meggat, Thos., W.S,, 121. XXXIII
Meggatland, sundial at, 109. XXVII
Meggetland, 214. XXXII
Meikle, Henry W., An Edinburgh Diary, 1687-1688, 111-29. XXVII
Meikle, John, founder, Bell House built on Castelhill in 1684 for use of, 26 ; bells cast by, 26. XXX
Meikle, Rev. James, Beith, 39, 121n. XXXV
Meiklejohn, Dr Hugh, 62; death, 61; parish minister of Abercorn, 62. XXXIII
Mein, Miss E. M., 172. XXVII
Mein, Richard, teacher, 142. XXXII
Mein, Wm., merchant, 222. XXIV
Mekle Hob: see Caimcross, Robert. XXXIV
Melbourne, Wm. Lamb, Viscount Melbourne, 62. XXXIII
Meldrumsheugh, 1, 6, 18. XXXIV
Meldrumsheugh (Maldrumisheuch), origin of name, extent
of, 72; various references to, 73 ; sold to Jas. Hunter, advocate, 74
and n. ; later proprietors, 74 ; Lady Diana Grey and, 75 and n. ; Lord
Moray owner of, boundaries, 75. See also Drumsheugh. XXV
Mellerstain House, Berwickshire, 58. XXXIV
Mellerstain House, furniture made in Edinburgh for, 38-9 and n. XXXII
Mellis, Patrick, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161. XXXII
Melrose, 5, 55-56, 68-87, 89, 135, 138. XXXV
Melrose Abbey, 158. XXXIII
Melrose Abbey, 69, 70, 72-73, 77, 86-87, 127n. XXXV
Melrose Abbey Churchyard, 65. XXXV
Melrose, Abbey, Inn, 79. [CHECK] XXXV
Melrose Abbey, sundial at, 97. XXVII
Melrose, Andrew & Co. Ltd., tea merchants, 204. XXXII
Melrose, Andrew, tea merchant, 24. XXVI
Melrose, Andrew, tea merchant, 134 and n. XXX
Melrose, Andrew, tea merchant, resides in Chapel House, 86. XXII
Melrose Chain Bridge, 74; and see Gattonside. XXXV
Melrose Close, Cowgate, 132. XXIV
Melrose, Curle’s Park, 78, 128n. XXXV
Melrose, Drummond Cottage, 56, 64, 124n, 136. XXXV
Melrose Episcopal Church, 72, 127n. XXXV
Melrose Free Church, 73, 76, 78, 82, 84, 86. XXXV
Melrose Independent Chapel (Congregational), 69, 127n. XXXV
Melrose Lammas Fair, 69, 127n. XXXV
Melrose Parish Church, 72, 82. XXXV
Melrose, St Helens, 76, 83, 85. XXXV
Melrose, the Quarry, 81, 128n. XXXV
Melrose, the Scar, 76, 80, 81. XXXV
Melrose United Presbyterian Church, 69, 71, 73, 76, 78, 80, 84, 86, 137. XXXV
Melrose, William, land for Tron Church purchased from widow and heirs of, 98. XXIX
Melvil, Capt. James, 168. XXVII
Melvil, Emelia, 168. XXVII
Melvill, David, burgess, 64, 65. XXIII
Melvill, Elizabeth, 66. XXIII
Melvill, Eupham, 66. ` XXIII
Melvill, George, infeft in ten acres called ‘Peirishill,’ 64. XXIII
Melvill, Jean, wife of Peter Paterson, portioner of Restalrig, 68. XXIII
Melvill, John, 66. XXIII
Melvill, Robert, indweller in Kinghorn, 66. XXIII
Melvill, Robert, skipper in Leith, 64. XXIII
Melvill, Sir Andrew, of Garvock, 64. XXIII
Melvill, Walter, herald painter, 210. XXV
Melville, Alexander Melville, 5th Earl of Leven and 4th Earl of, 191. XXXII
Melville Castle, 144. XXXV
Melville Drive, 206. XXXII
Melville, first Lord. See Dundas, Henry. XXVI
Melville, General Robt., discovers four Roman camps, 211 n. XXV
Melville, George, 4. XXXIV
Melville, Harry, teacher, 142. XXXII
Melville, Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount, 172. XXXI
Melville, Henry Dundas,1st Viscount, building in 1827 of monument to, 26, 178. XXIX
Melville, Hugh, shawl manufacturer, 62. XXXI
Melville, Jas. Balfour: see Balfour-Melville, Jas. XXXIII
Melville, John, weaver, 21. XXV
Melville, Lord, his relations with Sir William Fettes, 158, 159, 169. XXVIII
Melville Mill, 47. XXV
Melville paper mill, 55, 56, 58. XXVII
Melville Place, 52. XXXIV
Melville, Robert Dundas, 2nd Viscount, 171. XXIX
Melville, Sir James, 150. XXXV
Melville, Sir, John, W.S., Lord Provost, 37. XXXIII
Melville, Sir Robert, royal Treasurer depute, 2. XXXIV
Melville Street, 46. XXXIV
Melville Street, building in 1820s in, 150, 163. XXIX
Melville, Wm., Officer Edinburgh Skating Club, 110. XXXIII
Members, List of, App. pp. 15ff. XXVIII
Memoirs of a Banking House, 56. XXVII
Memoirs of a Banking House, 79 n. XXIV
Memoirs of a Highland Lady, 88. XXVI
Memorial concerning the Castle of Edinburgh etc., 74 and n., 75, 93-4. XXXII
Memorials of Hope Park, 33. XXX
men of the north, 143. XXXV
Menagerie on Mound, 86. XXVII
Menteith, Eliz. (Mrs John Napier), 9. XXXIII
Menteith, Elizabeth, of Ruskie, 3-4 and nn. XXXI
Menteith, Jas., of Milnhall, 37. XXV
Menteith, Murdoch, of Ruskie, 4. XXXI
Menzies, Lady, 117, 124, 159, 164. XXXI
Menzies, John & Co., booksellers, 132. XXX
Menzies, John, bookseller and publisher, 29, 31, 118n. XXXV
Menzies, John, Ensign, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Menzies, John, of Cammo, 62, 105. XXV
Menzies, Michael, advocate, 22. XXVII
Menzies, Mr., 214-15. XXXII
Menzies, Rev. Wm., 61. XXXIII
Menzies, Sir Neil, of Castle Menzies, 159. XXXI
Menzies, Sir Wm., of Gladstanes, 232. XXIV
Menzies, Sir Wm., of St. Germains, 80. XXIV
Menzies, Thos., of Letham, advocate, 80. XXIV
Menzies, William, merchant and bailie, 130 and n. XXIX
Menzies, Wm., and Wester Morningside, 87-8. XXIV
Menzies, Wm., city treasurer,. 110. XXV
Mercat Cross, 23, 117, 118, 126, 187; fire of 1824 at, 151. XXIX
Mercat Cross, 121. XXXII
Mercat Cross of Edinburgh: see Cross of Edinburgh. XXXIII
Mercat Cross. See Cross of Edinburgh. XXII
‘Mercat’ road, 32. XXVII
Mercer, Elizabeth, petition in 1723 to Merchant Maiden Hospital on behalf of, 9-10. XXIX
Mercer, William, father of [Mercer, Elizabeth], 9-10. XXIX
Mercer, Wm., of Aldie, 111. XXVI
Mercer, Wm., of Aldie, 80 n. XXIV
Merchamston : see Merchiston. XXXI
Merchant Co. of Edinburgh, 95. XXIV
Merchant Company, 18 ; owns Gillespie’s mill, 43. XXVII
Merchant Company, 38, 42; Master of, 42, 118n; schools, 29. XXXIII
Merchant Company of Edinburgh, 156; XXVIII
Merchant Company of Edinburgh, 153 ; representation on
Edinburgh Town Council sought in 1829 by, 143 ; control of city’s
finances by Parliamentary Commission opposed by, 158. XXX
Merchant Company of Edinburgh, 110. XXXII
Merchant Company of Edinburgh, 31n, 72, 82, 83, 15411.
; formation of, 4 ; Hall in Cowgate of, 11-12 ; arms of, 30 ;
foundation of Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 1, 4-5 ; policy regarding
administration of hospitals of, 7, 69; money lent in 1816 to Merchant
Maiden Hospital by, 27 ; powers to transform Merchant Maiden Hospital
into fee-paying school obtained in 1869 by, 7, 70n. XXIX
Merchant Company of Edinburgh, possession of Tower of Merchiston by, 12. XXXI
Merchant Gild, 83. XXIII
Merchant Hall, Cowgate, 7, 51n.; history of, 11-12 ; lease in 1697 for seven years to Merchant Maiden Hospital of, 5. XXIX
Merchant Maiden Hospital, 144 ; spinning lessons at, 13. XXV
Merchant Maiden Hospital, 110, 111, 114, 133, 134, 137, 144, 152, 155. XXXII
Merchant Maiden Hospital, 1, 3 and n. XXVIII
Merchant Maiden Hospital, Bristo, 65. XXII
Merchant Maiden Hospital, Lauriston, 53. XXX
Merchant Maiden Hospital, minutes of, 1-92; foundation
of, 1; purpose of foundation of, 1-2, 3, 9; date of opening of, 5;
statutes and constitution of, 6-11, 82-3 ; functions and powers of
board of governors of, 7-8 ; Landed Estates Committee of governors of,
8 ; ownership of lands in Borders by, 8, 30 ; ownership of land on
which Peterhead is built by, 8 ; Education Committee of governors of, 8
; report in 1832 on internal management of Hospital by Education
Committee of, 47 ; effect of Disruption of 1843 on Board of governors
of, 50 ; presentations to, 9-10, 83-4; rights in 1878 of rival
claimants to Mar presentations to, 31n. ; bequest of George Grindlay,
elder, to, 19, 21 ; buildings occupied by, 11-32; accommodation from
1697-1706 in Merchant Hall, Cowgate, of, 5, 11-12 ; accommodation from
1706-1818 in Bristo of, 15, 12-25; public roup of furniture of property
in Bristo of, 28 ; offer of land behind Lothian Street to Portsburgh
congregation of Relief Church by, 28; sale in 1819 of property in
Bristo of, 29 ; proposals in late eighteenth and early nineteenth
centuries for the erection of a new building for, 15, 17, 18-27 ;
negotiations in 1804 for the purchase of property in Lothian Street
belonging to John Ritchie, slater, by, 20; negotiations in 1804 for the
purchase of property in Lauriston belonging to Adam Keir by, 20;
proposal for erection in Orchardfield of new building for, 22-4 ;
negotiations in 1815-1816 for the purchase of property in Lauriston
belonging to the heirs of David Brown by, 24-7 ; report in 1815 by Dr.
Hamilton and Mr. Wood on suitability of site in Lauriston for, 25 ;
decision in 1816 for removal to Lauriston of, 26 ; submission of
architects’ plans for new building in Lauriston of, 26 ; foundation
stone laid in 1816 of building in Lauriston of, 27 ; financial
arrangements for payment of building in Lauriston of, 27; site of
building in Lauriston of, 27, 145 and n.; description of building in
Lauriston of, 27-8; internal arrangement of building in Lauriston of,
29-30 ; condition in 1827 of building in Lauriston of, 29; repairs and
alterations in 1858 to building in Lauriston of, 30; entry from
Archibald Place to building in Lauriston of, 29, 31 ; removal in 1870
from building in Lauriston of, 27 ; sale in 1871 to George Watson’s
School of building in Lauriston of, 31 ; occupation in 1871 of Hopetoun
Rooms by, 32, 80 ; purchase of houses for boarders in Saxe-Coburg Place
and Royal Crescent in 1870 by, 31, 79, 80; daily life in, 32-4 ;
uniform of girls of, 33-4; attendance at Greyfriars Church of girls of,
32, 33-4, 41, 42 ; attendance in 1845 at St. John’s Established Church
of girls of, 51; attendance after 1845 at West St. Giles Church of
girls of, 51 ; effect of Disruption of 1843 on Church attendance of
girls of, 50-1 ; diet and health of girls of, 34-8 ; surgeons to, 36 ;
report in 1776 of Dr. Steedman on health of girls of, 35-6 ; surgeon’s
report in 1823 on diet of girls of, 34-5; staff of, 38-52, 90-92;
discipline in, 52-59; regulations of 1761 concerning discipline in, 53
and n., 84-5; development in education in, 60-8; report in 1784 of
Education Committee to governors on education in, 62; report in 1834 by
Education Committee to governors on sewing and instruniental music in,
64-65 ; report in 1844 of Education Committee to governors on education
in 65-6, 86-9; introduction of boarding-out system in, 66; report in
1855 of Education Committee to governors on education in, 67, 89-90;
report in 1868 of Simon S. Laurie on education in, 52, 68-80 ; report
in 1869 of Robert Walker, treasurer to the hospital, on education in,
72-3; report in 1869 of Education Committee to governors on education
in, 76-7; report in 1870 of Thomas J. Boyd, Master of Merchant company,
to governors on education in, 77-9; change in 1870 of status of, 1,
31-2. See also Collegiate School for Girls, Edinburgh Educational
Institution, Edinburgh Educational Institution for Young Ladies,
Edinburgh Institution for Young Ladies, Merchant Maiden Seminary. XXIX
Merchant Maiden Seminary, 49 ; see also Merchant Maiden Hospital. XXIX
Merchant Street, 11 ; proposal in 1824 for new road from north of Adam Square to, 154 and n. XXIX
Merchant Street, 146, 147, 152; demolition in 1829 of houses between Libberton’s Wynd and, 144. XXX
Merchants, and Royal Exchange, 2, 21 ; and Leith
harbour, 10 ; admitted as ‘honorary members’ to Tailors’ Incorporation,
Canongate, 108; to pay imposts on importation at Leith, 185. XXII
Merchinston : see Merchiston. XXXI
Merchiston, 137, 199; castle, 205. XXV
Merchiston, 30, 31. XXVII
Merchiston, 82, 114-115. XXXIV
Merchiston Castle, 52. XXXIV
Merchiston Castle Bank, 207. XXV
Merchiston Castle School, 184. XXV
Merchiston Castle School, 207. XXXII
Merchiston Castle School, 12 and n. XXXI
Merchiston Castle School, arms of, 9; plans, 2. XXXIII
Merchiston Castle School, ice house at, 126, 127. XXVIII
Merchiston Castle, site of dovecot of, 201. XXXII
Merchiston Hall, 35. XXVI
Merchiston, lands and barony of, earliest references
to, 1 and nn. ; possession by Napiers of, 1-4, 6-9 and nn. ; possession
by Cants of, 8 and nn. ; possession by Lowis family of, 8-10 and nn. ;
boundaries of, 6 and n. ; purchase by George Watson’s Hospital of, 10.
See also Little Merchiston, lands of ; Nether Merchiston, lands of ;
Over Merchiston, lands of. XXXI
Merchiston, lands of, 70, 87, 111, 112 ; castle of, 29, 84. XXIV
Merchiston, lands of, 193. XXXII
Merchiston Loch, 9 and n. XXXI
Merchiston Mews, 209. XXXII
Merchiston Rooms : see Napier Villa. XXXII
Merchiston School, 86. [CHECK or is it Merchiston Castle School] XXXIV
Merchiston Tower, adaptation of, 7; barmkin wall, 2-3;
Charles II ceiling, 7; culverin ball, 2; drawbridge, 2; 15th C. door,
3; garden walls, 2; garderobe shaft, 4; ingoes, 3; kitchen, 7; kitchen
sink, 4-5; Kirkwood, Robt., map of 1817, 2; Lion Gateway, 6; main
entrance, 5; mural stairs, 3; ordnance survey map, 1853, 2;
outbuildings, 2; parapet, 5; people involved in restoration, 9; plaster
ceiling, 5-6; relationship between Napier College and, 7-8;
restoration, 2-9; 17th C. gate pillars removed, 6; screens passage, 3;
single sided retaining walls, 2; slit windows, 3; supplementary report,
2-9; well, 3; wheel steps, 3; pls. facing page, 4. XXXIII
Merchiston, Tower of, history of, 1-12 ; first
occupation of, 3-4 and nn. ; bombardments in 1572 of, 5 and n., 6 ;
purchase by 5th Lord Napier of, 10 and n. ; sale in 1772 to Charles
Hope Weir of, 11 and n. ; possession by Robert Turner of Monzie of, 11
and n. ; possession by Dr. Robert Blair of, 11 and n. ; possession by
8th Lord Napier of, 12 ; possession by Merchiston Castle School Limited
of, 12 ; possession by Merchant Company of, 12 ; possession by Town
Council of, 12 ; architectural history of, 13-32 ; description of
original building of, 15 and nn., 16 ; detailed architectural history
of, 16-29 and nn. ; damage caused by bombardments of 1572 at, 23-4 and
nn. ; stone used in building of, 14-15, 18; masonry of, 15 ;
alterations by Charles Chalmers to, 12 ; condition in 1949 of, 13 ;
condition in 1958-59 of, 14 ; modern proposals for use of, 13-14 ;
restoration undertaken by City Architect’s Department in 1958 of,
13-14; incorporation in Napier Technical College of, 13-14, 29 ; notes
on illustrations of, 30-2. XXXI
Mercury : see Caledonian MercuryXXX
Merk of the tun, diversion to building of Tron Church of yield from, 105, 107. XXIX
Merlin Roadhouse, 203. XXXII
Merlin’s Wynd, 148. XXXIII
Merlion’s Wynd, 10. XXIV
Mermaid, a convoy ship, 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95. XXVIII
Merse, 141-142. XXXV
Merton, Andrew, merchant and Town Treasurer, 120 and n. XXIX
Methil-Hill, cholera outbreak, 68. XXXIII
Methven, James, teacher, 142. XXXII
Methven Simpson, music sellers, 132. XXX
Methven, Thomas, teacher, 142. XXXII
M’Euen, James, bookseller, 20. XXVII
Meuse Lane, 18. XXIII
M’Ewan Hall, 21, 22, 32. XXVI
Michel, W. B., teacher of drawing, 142. XXXII
Microscope makers, 165-176. XXXIII
Mid Calder, parish of, 5 ; parish church of 4 and n., 5 and n. XXX
Mid Church: see St. Giles, Great or Mid Church of. XXIX
Mid Mill, position in Water of Leith village of, 11. XXX
Midcalder, 117. XXXIV
Middle Meadow Walk, 31, 32, 74. XXVI
Middle Meadow Walk, 42, 49, 96-98, 100. XXXIV
Middleby St., 178, 179; origin of name, 162. XXIV
Middleroom (Restalrig), 69. XXIII
Middleton, Dr., 62, 63. XXX
Middleton, George, of Seton, 75 and n. XXV
Middleton, Jas., owner of property in Bristo, 76. XXII
Middleton, Jas., quarryman, 205. XXIV
Middleton, John, freemason, Master of Lodge No. 2, 49. XXXIII
Middleton, Patrick, teacher, 142. XXXII
Middleton, Rev. G. M., Kinross, 62, 125n. XXXV
Middleton, Tom, 62, 63, 66, 67, 69, 71, 73. XXX
Middleton’s Entry, Bristo, 75 ; residential quarter ; place where sedan chairs could be hired, 76 n. XXII
Midleton’s house, Bristo, 74. XXII
Midlothian, 5. XXX
Midlothian County Buildings, 174. XXIX
Midlothian County Buildings, 44. XXX
Midlothian, or the shire of Edinburgh?, 141-148; and see Lothian. XXXV
Midlothian, roads in the responsibility of the Justices of the Peace, 105-118 passimXXXIV
Midlothian Turnpike Trustees, 115. XXXIV
Midmar, 35, 38. XXVII
Midwayhouse, 203 n. XXIV
“Mie”: see Ritchie, Margt. XXXIII
Milbourne Tour : see Millburn Tower. XXX
Milburn Tower, 163. XXXI
Miles, Dr. Alex., 147. XXVI
Miles, Pliny, 6-8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 24, 114n. XXXV
Mill (Myll), George, 104. XXIII
Mill, Hugh Robt., chemist, physicist, 53, 54, 55, 57n. XXXIII
Mill, James, of Hatton, 131 and n. XXIX
Mill, John, writer, partner with Sir William Fettes, 161. XXVIII
Mill, Mr., 97. XXX
Mill, Robert, mason : see Milne, Robert, of Balfarg. XXIX
Mill, T., teacher of Greek, 142. XXXII
Milla(e)r, James, solicitor, 72, 80, 104, 117n. XXXV
Milla(e)r, Mrs, 23, 67, 72, 94, 117n. XXXV
Millais, Sir John Everett, 75. XXXIII
Millan, Mr, clothier, 61, 63, 125n. XXXV
Millan, Robert, 107, 133n. XXXV
Millar, Hugh, teacher, 142. XXXII
Millar, James, teacher of Latin, 143. XXXII
Millar, Miss, teacher of drawing, 143. XXXII
Millar, Mr., 64, 65, 82, 91, 95, 99, 101. XXX
Millar, Mrs., iishmonger, 209. XXXII
Millar, William, teacher, 143. XXXII
Millar, Wm., of “ye Oxford Blues,” 120. XXXIII
Millar’s, St Andrews Square, 101, 132n. XXXV
Millbank, 51. XXVII
Millbank (Kate’s Mill, Colinton), 213. XXV
Millbank, residence of Jas. Syme, 96 and n., 97. XXIV
Millburn Tower, home of Sir Robert Listen, 108. XXX
milldam forgery, 167. XXXV
Miller, Alex., bleacher, Juniper Green, 214. XXII
Miller, Annie, 211. XXII
Miller, Baillie, 74. XXXIII
Miller, Benjamin, born at Holyrood, 209. XXII
Miller, Chas., artist, 208. XXII
Miller, David, teacher, 143. XXXII
Miller, Geo., 242; son of Wm. and Anna, born at
Holyrood; brewer at King’s Park ; gains many prizes for ‘True Quaker
ale,’ 211. XXII
Miller, Geo., founder of Whitehaven branch of family, 206, 207. XXII
Miller, Geo., nephew of Benjamin, 209. XXII
Miller, Geo., son of brewer of same name, 242 ; establishes linen factory near Bristo ; classical scholar, 212. XXII
Miller, Geo., son of Geo., draper and scholar, 213. XXII
Miller, Geo., son of Wm., the ‘Auld Quaker,’ head of Hope Park (Millerfield) branch of family, 241, 256. XXII
Miller, George, son of William, 142. XXIII
Miller, Hannah, daughter of Geo., draper and scholar, 211, 213. XXII
Miller, Hew, apprentice to King’s Smith and Farrier at Holyroodhouse, 206, 208. XXII
Miller, Isaac, gardener, 207, 208. XXII
Miller, Isabel, sister of Wm. Miller, gardener, 205. XXII
Miller, James, Chaplain to Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Miller, Jane, daughter of Geo. Miller, brewer, 211, 212, 213. XXII
Miller, Jean, 206. XXII
Miller, John Fletcher, F.R.S., 207. XXII
Miller, John, instrument-maker, holder of burgess ticket, 166; apprenticeship in London, 166. XXXIII
Miller, John, of Leithen, 74, 76, 9111. XXXIII
Miller, Joseph, bookseller, 213-14; his lawsuit diputing will of Wm. Henry Miller of Craigentinny, 242-54. XXII
Miller, Joseph, tanner; supervises building of Quaker meeting-houses,208,215. XXII
Miller, Major Wm., Horse Guards, 95. XXVI
Miller, Mary (Mrs Thos. Aitchison Latta), marriage, 144; death, 148; authorship of The Orphans of Glenulva, The Pious Brothers, The Everlasting Kingdom, 148, 149n. XXXIII
Miller, Mary, of Craigentinny, wife of John Christie of Ormiston, 210, 235, 239,240, 254. XXII
Miller, Mr., shawl pattern printer, 61. XXXI
Miller, Patrick, of Dalswinton, banker, 99, 119. XXXIII
Miller, Patrick, of Dalswinton, merchant, 87. XXX
Miller, Peter, his investigation of Sir S. Preston’s house, 149-152, 154, 159n. XXXV
Miller, Prof. Jas., 126. XXVI
Miller, Rev. Dr Samuel, Glasgow, 36, 120n. XXXV
Miller, Rev. Mr, 40, 122n. XXXV
Miller, Samuel Christie, owner of Britwell Court library, 232. XXII
Miller, Thos., glover, 179. XXIV
Miller, Thos., M.D., 211. XXII
Miller, W. F., author of ‘Notes of Edinburgh Meeting Houses,’ 141. XXIII
Miller, Wakefield Christie, 232. XXII
Miller, William, engraver, 33. XXX
Miller, William, gardener at Holyrood, 142, 146. XXIII
Miller, Wm. (1722-99), ‘King of the Quakers,’ 241;
succeeds to seed merchant’s business and Craigentinny; his work for
persecuted Quakers, 216; a governor of Heriot’s Hospital, 218;
apocryphal story about, 221-2; resides in London, 222; buried at
Winchmore Hill,222; erects Quaker meeting-house; minister and ruling
elder, 222, 225-6; disowned by strict Quakers, 223; married by
Episcopal clergyman, 224; father of Wm. Henry Miller, 227. XXII
Miller, Wm. (1684-1757), the ‘Auld Quaker,’ 215, 227,
242, 254; seedsman, South Back of Canongate; Prince Chas. Edward a
customer, 209. XXII
Miller, Wm. (1655-1743), ‘The Patriarch,’ 204, 216; hereditary master gardener at Holyroodhouse, 205. XXII
Miller, Wm. C., 122. XXXIII
Miller, Wm., Frederick, son of engraver, 216, 222. XXII
Miller, Wm., hatter, 206. XXII
Miller, Wm. Henry, 222; Quaker upbringing; English
education; member of Bannatyne Club; acqquires Britwell Court, 227; his
library of rare books, 213-2, 233; enters Parliament, 228-30; obituary
and funeral, 230-31; mausoleum, 231, 233, 236; portrait by Sir T.
Lawrence, 232; fortune and will, 225, 233; heirs must assume name and
arms of Miller of Craigentinny, 224; lawsuit disputing legality of will
of, 242-254; stories concerning, 257-9. XXII
Miller, Wm., of Hope Park (Millerfield), son of George, draper and scholar, becomes engraver, 213, 214-15, 260. XXII
Miller, Wm., of Whitehaven, 207. XXII
Miller, Wm., son of Geo., brewer, 211. XXII
Miller, Wm., son of ‘King of the Quakers’ by second wife, died in infancy, 222. XXII
Miller, Wm., typefounder, 1.51. XXVI
Millerfield. See Hope Park. XXII
Millerhill, 83. XXXIV
Miller’s Knowe, 162. XXIX
Millers’ Row, 14. XXX
Millhill, 48. XXXIII
Millholm, near Cathcart, hand-made paper at, 51. XXV
Millport, marine station, 54, 55, 56. XXXIII
Mills : see Water of Leith. XXX
mills, 16-18, 37, 48. XXXIV
Mills at Water of Leith, 131. XXIV
Mills, Richard, clockmaker, 123 and n. XXIX
Millshot, 8. XXXIV
Milne (Mill’s) Square, 150. XXIII
Milne, Admiral Sir David, 179. XXV
Milne, Andrew, teacher, 143. XXXII
Milne, Chas., owner of tenement at Potterrow Port, 70 n. XXII
Milne, James, 131. XXIX
Milne, Jas.: see Mylne, Jas. XXXIII
Milne, Jas., architect, 78. XXV
Milne, John, King’s Master Mason, 98; maker of Holyrood sundial, 107. XXVII
Milne, John, King’s master mason, 104, 110, 124 ;
estimate and contract in 1642 for steeple and south side of Tron Church
between Edinburgh Town Council and, 99-103. XXIX
Milne, John, Town’s mason, 132. XXIV
Milne, John, town’s master mason, 30. XXXIV
Milne, Margaret, daughter of Robert Milne of Balfarg and wife of John Anderson, coppersmith, 128n. XXIX
Milne, Robert, of Balfarg, King’s master mason, 117, 122, 124, 125, 126, 128 and n. XXIX
Milne, Robert, writer, 124 and n. XXIX
Milne, Robt., King’s Master Mason, 91. XXV
Milne, Sir David, Admiral, 114, 121. XXXIII
Milne Square, 43, 208 n. XXIV
Milne, Thomas, Town Councillor, 183 and n. XXXII
Milne, William, mason, eldest son of [Milne, Robert, of Balfarg], 130. XXIX
Milner, Mary, wife of Alex. Palmer, 85. XXII
Milne’s Close, 48. XXXIII
Milne’s Court, 172. XXII
Milne’s Court, 117, 136, 141. XXXII
Milne’s Court, 124-5 and nn. ; fire of 1825 in, 161. XXIX
Milnes, Richard Monckton, first Baron Houghton: see Houghton, Richard Monckton Milnes, first Baron. XXXIII
Milne’s Square, 122, 138, 141. XXXII
Milne’s Square, 116, 122n., 124 and n. XXIX
Milroy, Wm., tailor, Canongate, 113, 114. XXII
Milton House, 48. XXXIV
Milton House, Canongate, 49. XXXIII
Milton House, Canongate, decorative work at, 68. XXVII
Milton, Lord. See Fletcher, Andrew. XXII
Mines at Wanlockhead and Leadhills, 70. XXIII
Ministers’ Daughters’ College, 68. XXIX
Ministers’ Stipend : see Annuity for Ministers’ Stipend. XXX
Ministry of Public Buildings and Works, Prestongrange
House ceiling, 8-9; technical advice on restoration of Merchiston
Tower, 9. XXXIII
Minit Eidyn, 146n. XXXV
Minit -Lothen, 144. [CHECK there seems to be an extra hyphen here] XXXV
Minor Antiquities of Edinburgh, Chambers’s, 138. XXV
Mint, 242. XXIV
Mint, 135. XXV
Mint, 145. XXXII
Mint Close, 117. XXXII
Mint Close, School of Design in, 73. XXVII
Mint, Master of King’s, 160, 162. XXII
Mint Street, 115. XXXII
Mint, The, 123n. XXIX
Minto, Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, second Earl of, 61, 62; letter to, 88n. XXXIII
Minto House, conversion in 1829 into private hospital of, 144 and n. XXX
Minto, Lord. See Elliot, Sir Gilbert. XXII
Minto, Parish of, 61, 63. XXXIII
Minto St., 154, 163, 164, 169, 174, 175, 177, 181 ; earliest houses in, 155 ; amenity of, 156 ; notable residents in, 176. XXIV
Minto Street, No. 39, 148. XXXIII
Minto, Walter, teacher of mathematics, 143. XXXII
Miramichi, 167 and n. XXIX
Mirror, 48, 70, 122. XXVI
Miscellany, 247-52. XXIV
Miscellany, 204-15. XXV
Missionary Meeting, 40. XXXV
Missionary Record of the United Presbyterian Church, 57, 124n. XXXV
Mississippi, 25, 118n. XXXV
Mitchel, Mrs., teacher, 143. XXXII
Mitchel, William, teacher of French, 108, 143. XXXII
Mitchell, Adam, 70. XXVII
Mitchell, Alex., baker, Canongate, 172. XXIV
Mitchell, Alex., of Stow, restores to Edinburgh the Market Cross, 110. XXVI
Mitchell, Chas., writer, 142. XXIV
Mitchell, Edward, 213. XXIV
Mitchell, Edward, engraver, 75, 76, 84. XXVII
Mitchell, Geo., smith, 121. XXV
Mitchell, Hugh, teacher, 143. XXXII
Mitchell, James, shawl manufacturer, 59, 62-3. XXXI
Mitchell, Janet, 33. XXIX
Mitchell, John, burgess, 134. XXIX
Mitchell, John, shipbroker, 146. XXXIII
Mitchell, John, teacher, 143. XXXII
Mitchell, Margaret, eldest daughter of [Mitchell, John, burgess], 134. XXIX
Mitchell, Miss, teacher, 143. XXXII
Mitchell, Peggy, 89 and n. XXXI
Mitchell, Sydney, architect of 1885 Cross of Edinburgh, 150, 152, 154, 155n. XXXIII
Mitchell, William, stabler, 136 and n. XXIX
Mitchell, William, The National Monument to be completed for the Scottish National Gallery on the model of the Parthenon at Athens, 1907, 40-1. XXX
Mitchell, Wm., cashier, Royal Bank, 130. XXVI
Mitchell, Wm., teacher of languages, 170. XXIV
Mitchelson, A. Hepburn, of Middleton, 121. XXXIII
Mitchelson, Robt., notary, 124. XXV
M’Lean, Lachlan, schoolmaster at charity workhouse, 43-4. XXII
M’Neill, John, notary, 137. XXIII
Mnemotechny, 6-8, 12, 13, 14, 16, 114n, 135. XXXV
Mob in George Square, military summoned, Riot Act read, 7-10. XXVI
Modern Athenians, 65, 70, 93. XXVI
Modern Athens, 59, 67, 125n. XXXV
Modern Marvel Company, animated pictures and cinematograms, 43. XXXIII
Moffat, 50. XXXIV
Moffat, Andrew, gardener, 203 and 11. XXIV
Moffat, Cumberland, druggist, 172. XXIV
Moffat, John, 141, 142. XXIII
Moffat, John, teacher of French, 143. XXXII
Moffat, Simon, in Bristo, 62, 75. XXII
Mogrey, R. J., Supt. of Police, 31, 52, 119n, 124n. XXXV
Moinet, John, manager of Caledonian Insurance Co., 75, 86, 92n. XXXIII
Moir, Alexander, advocate, 225. XXXII
Moir, Andrew, teacher, 143. XXXII
Moir, Dr. D. M., 21. XXXII
Moir, Jacomy, 70. XXVII
Moir, James, teacher, 144. XXXII
Moir, Mrs., 64. XXX
Moir, Robt., M.D., 159. XXVI
Moira, Earl of, 54. XXVI
Moira, Francis Rawdon Hastings, 2nd Earl of, 188, 189. XXIX
Moira, Francis Rawdon Hastings, 2nd Earl of, 95, 105. XXX
Moira, Francis Rawdon Hastings, 2nd Earl of, 165, 166, 170. XXXII
Mollison, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Monboddo, Lord, 23, 73. XXVI
Monboddo, Lord, 22. XXVII
Monboddo, Lord, his Canongate house, and friends, 62-3. XXVIII
Monck, General : see Albemarle, George Monck,1st Duke of. XXIX
Moncreiff, Sir Henry. See Wellwood. XXIII
Moncrieff, D. Scott, 101. XXXIV
Moncrieff, D. Scott, W.S., 144, 147, 148. XXVI
Moncrieff, James, Lord, 99, 159, 161. XXXI
Moncrieff, James, Lord Advocate, 73. XXIX
Moncrieff, Jas., Baron, Lord Justice Clerk, 42, 70, 75, 81, 90n, 93n. XXXIII
Moncrieff, John, 185. XXIX
Moncrieff, Lady, 90, 159, 161. XXXI
Moncrieff, Mrs Edwin R., 124. XXXIII
Moncrieff, Rev. Sir Henry, 24. XXVI
Moncrieff, Rev. Wm. Scott, 143. XXVI
Moncrieff, Reverend Sir Henry, minister of St. Cuthbert’s Church and governor of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 42. XXIX
Moncrieff, Robt. Scott: see Scott-Moncrieff, Robt. XXXIII
Moncrieffe, Lady, 143, 166. XXXI
Moncrieffe, Sir David, of Moncreiffe, 6th Bart., 166. XXXI
Moncrieffe, Thomas, 166. XXXI
Moncur, Andrew, burgess, properties on Castlehill of, 19, 23 and n., 29. XXX
Moneypenny, Patrick, of Pilrig, 20. XXXIV
Monier, S. F., 106, 115, 136n. XXXIII
Monier Williams, M. S. F., 106, 115, 136n. XXXIII
Monipennie, John, historian, 139, 141n. XXXIII
monith-Lothen, 144. XXXV
Monksford, 80. XXXV
Monkton (Old) House, sundial at, 101. XXVII
Monkton Gardens, Inveresk, sundial at, 103, 105. XXVII
Monmouth, a convoy ship, 89. XXVIII
Monod, Rev. Frederic, 40-41, 48, 121n. XXXV
Monro, Alexander, (“Primus”) Professor of Anatomy, 63. XXXIV
Monro, Alexander, anatomist, part in founding University, 7. XXVII
Monro, Alexander, Principal of University, 141. XXVII
Monro, Dr. Alex., 200 n. XXIV
Monro, Dr. Alexander, secundus, Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, 171 and n., 172. XXXI
Monro, George, 178 and n. XXXII
Monro, Isabella, of Auchenbowie, 81. XXVI
Monro, Margt., spirit-dealer, 231. XXIV
Monro, Robert, bowmaker, 122. XXVII
Monroe, Alex. Binning, of Auchenbowie, 64, 88n. XXXIII
Monroe, Mrs. : see Munro, Mrs. XXXI
Monro’s Park, 200. XXIV
Mons Dolorosus, 2 and n. XXX
Mons Meg, 41. XXXV
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, 41. XXVI
Monteith, Alex., deacon of Tailors of Canongate, 95, 96, 101. XXII
Monteith, Alexander Earle, advocate, 138, 166. XXXI
Monteith’s Close, 138. XXXII
Montgomery, Alex., Lord, heirs Pilton, 34. XXV
Montgomery, Alex., of Asloss, 218, 237 and 11. XXIV
Montgomery, Alexander, of Asloss, 140. XXIII
Montgomery, Alexander, shawl manufacturer, 59, 62. XXXI
Montgomery, Colonel, 225. XXXII
Montgomery, Jas., advocate, second Bart. of Stanhope, 120. XXXIII
Montgomery, Jean, 41 and n. XXXII
Montgomery, John, Master of, owner of Pilton, 34-5. XXV
Montgomery, John, of Wrae, W.S., 136 and n. XXIX
Montgomery, John, W.S., 117, 127. XXIX
Montgomery, Major Jas., 122. XXV
Montgomery, Margaret, governess (1765-1774) of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 39, 90. XXIX
Montgomery, Margaret, teacher, 144. XXXII
Montgomery, Penelope, 140. XXIII
Montgomery, Penelope, 238. XXIV
Montgomery, Robert, poet, 122n. XXX
Montgomery, Sir Graham, of Stanhope, 94. XXVI
Montgomery Sir Jas., of Stanhope, 94. XXVI
Montgomery Street, building in 1826 in, 172. XXIX
Montgomery, William, barber, 179 and n. XXXI
Montgomery, William, of Macbiehill, 123. XXIX
Montgomery, Wm., younger of Stanhope, 120. XXXIII
Montpelier, 84. XXIV
Montpelier Park, 197-8, 206, 209, 215. XXXII
Montpellier, 202. XXXII
Montrose, 162. XXXV
Montrose, convoy to ships trading with, 81, 85ff. XXVIII
Montrose, James Graham, 5th Earl and 1st Marquis of, 9, 10. XXXII
Montrose, James Graham,1st Marquess of, 105. XXIX
Montrose, James, 3rd Duke of, Lord Justice General, 129, 143, 152, 165. XXXI
Montrose, Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Branch of, 20. XXXIII
Monypenny, Alexander, W.S., appointment in 1830 as one of trustees for building of Donaldson’s Hospital of, 150. XXX
Monypenny, Colonel, of Pitmilly, 225. XXXII
Monypenny family, owners of lands of Pilrig, 161, 164. XXII
Monzie, Lord, 14. XXV
Moodie, Reverend William, minister of St. Andrew’s Church, 68, 79, 84-5, 96. XXX
Moodie, Roger, teacher, 144. XXXII
Moodie, Thos., his mortification, surplus after building Canongate Church to be devoted to city extension, 171. XXII
Moody, Dwight Lyman, American evangelist, 85. XXXIII
Mooney, Hugh, shawl loom improvements by, 57. XXXI
Moore, John, author of Zeluco, Deputy Keeper of Holyroodhouse, 45-6. XXIII
Moore, Miss, 90. XXX
Moore, Mr., jeweller, 79. XXX
Moorfoots, water supply, 36, 84, 94n. XXXIII
Moray, Earl of, 4; his property in west end of city, 10. XXIII
Moray, Earl of, 13. XXVI
Moray, Earl of, lands in Edinburgh of, 186, 187. XXXII
Moray, Earls of, lands of on city boundary, 37, 44; building on their land begins, 1825, 46. XXXIV
Moray Estate, 168n. XXX
Moray, Francis, ninth Earl of, 39 ; buys Drumsheugh,
tenth Earl demolishes mansion and feus estate, 75, 83 ; connected with
Ainslies of Pilton, 44. XXV
Moray, Francis Stewart, 10th Earl of, 165, 173; feuing
in 1822 and 1823 of estate of, 143 and n. ; building in 1820s on estate
of, 146, 150, 162-3, 171. XXIX
Moray, Francis, 10th Earl of, 145, 166. XXXI
Moray, Geo. Philip, fourteenth Earl of, 53, 54. XXXIII
Moray House, 131, 132, 134. XXV
Moray House, 92, 125. XXVII
Moray House, Canongate, 48. XXXIII
Moray, James, eighth Earl of, buys Balmerino estates, 70. XXIII
Moray, James Stuart, Earl of, 71. XXXIV
Moray of Abercairney : see Murray of Abercaimey. XXXI
Moray Place, 83. XXVII
Moray Place, 185, 187. XXXII
Moray Place, 52. XXXIV
Moray Place, 23, 75. XXXV
Moray, Place, building in 1820s in, 146 and n., 163, 171. XXIX
Moray Place, No. 10, 123n. XXXIII
Moray Place, origin of name, 45. XXV
Moray Press, 131. XXX
Mordaunt’s Dragoons : see Tenth Dragoons (Prince of Wales’ Own Hussars). XXXII
More, Geo., W.S.: see More, Gordon Geo. XXXIII
More, Gordon Geo., W.S., 122. XXXIII
More, Graham, hairdresser and perfumer, 61, 125n. XXXV
More, Joshiah, teacher, 144. XXXII
More, Mr, member of Edinburgh Skating Club, 113. XXXIII
More, Sir William, of Abercorn, 1 and n. XXXI
Moreham, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Morehead, Robt., and Morningside, 104, 105. XXIV
Morelands, 94. XXIV
Morelands Cottage (Moreland), home of Chas. Maclaren, first editor of Scotsman, 100. XXIV
Moreson, John, cordiner, Canongate, 5, 10n. XXXIV
Moreson, John, merchant, bailie of Edinburgh, 7-9, 12n, 16, 17. XXXIV
Moreste, 2. XXXII
Morgan, Alexander, 70n. XXIX
Morgan, John, shawl manufacturer in Paisley, 61. XXXI
Morham, marsh of, 4n. XXX
Morison, Capt. Geo., of Haddo and Bognie, 63. XXVI
Morison, Jas., of Mazendine, 231. XXIV
Morison, John, teacher of mathematics, 144. XXXII
Morison, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 144. XXXII
Morison, Robert, architect, 75. XXVII
Morison, William, advocate, 225. XXXII
Morningside, 200; East, dovecote at, 170, 195 ; parish church, 204, 207 : building of Free Church, schoolhouse, 208. XXV
Morningside, 69. XXXIII
Morningside, 22, 84-85. XXXIV
Morningside, 3, 17, 23, 33-34, 3 37, 136. XXXV
Morningside Asylum, 54 ; opened, 47. XXII
Morningside Asylum, 90, 91, 93. XXIV
Morningside Asylum, 24, 117n. XXXV
Morningside Athenaeum, 79. XXIV
Morningside Athenaeum, 201. XXXII
Morningside Bank, 86. XXIV
Morningside Bank, 204. XXXII
Morningside, boundaries, 70, 71; earliest reference to
name, 80 n. ; village, 87 ; bus to, 104 n.; R. L. Stevenson and,
105. XXIV
Morningside Church, 93n. XXXIII
Morningside Easter. See Easter Morningside. XXIV
Morningside, footpath at, 171-2. XXVII
Morningside Free Church, 85. XXIV
Morningside House, 203. XXXII
Morningside House, 88 and 771., 89, 90. XXIV
Morningside Mirror, 91. XXIV
Morningside Parish Church, 201, 203. XXXII
Morningside Parish Church, 79 and n., 85, 86, 87, 90, 92, 108, 110, 113. XXIV
Morningside Public Library, 203. XXXII
Morningside Road, 212. XXXII
Morningside Road, 85. XXXIV
Morningside Schoolhouse, 91-2. XXIV
Morningside Schoolhouse, 203. XXXII
Morningside Toll, 101, 102, 103, 105; toll-house, 104. XXIV
Morningside Toll House, 204-5. XXXII
Morningside U.P. Church, 79. XXIV
Morningside, village of, 203, 204, 205. XXXII
Morningside Wester. See Wester Morningside. XXIV
Morrison (Moresoun), Donald, 125. XXIII
Morrison & Gibb, printers, 38. XXXIII
Morrison Street, 50, 52, 114. XXXIV
Morrison, Wm., indweller in Potterrow, 7 8. XXII
Morrison, Wm., weaver, 23. XXV
Morrison’s Close, 199. XXIV
Morrison’s Close, 133. XXXII
Mortillo Tower, Leith: see Martello Tower, Leith. XXXIII
Mortimer, William, weaver, 53, 59. XXXI
Morton, Ann, teacher of writing, 140, 144. XXXII
Morton, Earl of, commissioner for city improvements, 7. XXII
Morton, Earl of, his mansion in Blackfriars’ Wynd, 240. XXIV
Morton, George, 16th Earl of, 161. XXXI
Morton House, dovecote at, 196. XXV
Morton House, sundial at, 101. XXVII
Morton, J., teacher, 144. XXXII
Morton, James Douglas, 4th Earl of, 157. XXXV
Morton, James, Earl of, 133. XXIII
Morton, lands of, 1 and n., 8. XXXI
Morton, Ralph, teacher of writing, 144. XXXII
Morton, Regent, 144. XXV
Morton, Robt., jeweller of No. 10 Princes Street, 125. XXXIII
Morton, Sholto Chas., fifteenth Earl of, 120. XXXIII
Morton, Susan-Elizabeth, Countess of, 101-2, 105, 129, 132, 135-6, 139, 144, 161, 164. XXXI
Morton, W., teacher of writing, 108-9, 144. XXXII
Mortonhall, 158. XXIV
Mortonhall, 139. XXXIII
Mortonhall House, ice house at, 134, 135. XXVIII
Mortonhall, water springs at, 15 ; estate, 25. XXVII
Morton’s Gateway, 11. XXXIII
Moscow, Salvator, medical quack, 138. XXII
Mosman, Hugh, of Auchtyfardle, 88. XXIV
Mosman, Hugh, writer, 162. XXV
Mosman, John, goldsmith, 91. XXIII
Mosman, John, merchant, 88 and n. XXIV
Mossman, … [no prenames], 20. XXXIV
Mossman, Councillor, Chairman of Literary Institute, 42. XXXIII
Mossman, Geo., stationer, 62, 67. XXV
Mossman, Hugh, Writer, 146. XXVI
Mossman, John, jeweller, 176 n. XXIV
Moubray, John, wright, 13. XXII
Moubray, Walter, tenant in Carrington, appointed roads overseer for Midlothian, 107; his duties and salary, 108. XXXIV
Moulin, J., teacher of French, 144. XXXII
Moultrie’s Hill, mulberry groves on, 1. XXV
Moultrieshill, 203 n. XXIV
Mound, 6, 35, 39, 40, 41, 55 ; construction delayed for want of funds, 248. XXIV
Mound, 89; proposed removal of Royal Institution to south end of, 85. XXVII
Mound, 23, 144, 151, 156, 161, 163, 164, 169. XXIX
Mound, 36, 41, 43, 45, 49; controversy about completion of, 42; further discussion of buildings on, 45. XXXIV
Mound, 27. XXXV
Mound, origin of, 177-8. XXXI
Mound, The, 52 ; proposed site for National Monument at southern end of, 37 ; proposals in nineteenth century for improving, 42-8; enclosure in 1829 of North Loch to the east of, 145 ; planting of trees begun in 1830 in North Loch east of, 147. XXX
Mound, The, 52, 165, 166. XXXII
Mound, The, 80, 125. XXXIII
Mound, to form a ‘grand gallery,’ upper end to be sunk to level of Princes St., Cockburn’s comment, 117-18. XXVI
Mount Dolorous, 2 and 11. XXX
Mount Falcon, 7. XXXII
Mount Lothian, estate of, Penicuik parish, 144. XXXV
Mount Lothian, form of the name, 147ns. XXXV
Mount Pelham, 3, 6, 7. XXXII
Mount Somerset, 3, 7. XXXII
Mount Vesuvius Grounds, 116. XXXIII
Mountebanks. See Medical Quacks. XXII
Mountford, Grizel, governess (1793-1813) of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 40, 41-3, 50-1, 59, 90. XXIX
Mountford, Grizel, teacher, 144. XXXII
Mounthooly (Preston St.), 217, 221, 237. XXIV
Mounthooly Lane (Preston St.), 112. XXIII
Mow, Sir Henry, chaplain, 96. XXIII
Mowat, James, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 63, 91. XXIX
Mowbray, Helen, 21. XXXIV
Mowbray, Isobel, 20. XXXIV
Mowbray, Thomas, furniture-maker in Edinburgh in early eighteenth century, 37-8 and nn., 39, 40, 41, 42 and n. XXXII
Moxon, John, 123. XXXIII
Moyes, Madam, teacher of French, 144. XXXII
Muat, James, teacher, 144. XXXII
Muckitland, 9. XXXIV
Mudie (Moodie), Thos., and Canongate Church, 251. XXIV
Mudie (Mudy), John, ‘hospitaller,’ 122. XXIII
Mudie, Ben, writer, 119. XXXIII
Muir, Adam, of Blackhall, 136. XXIX
Muir, Dr J., 79, 85. XXXIII
Muir, Euphame, wife of Robert Hunter, merchant, 131 and n. XXIX
Muir, John, of Park, 136. XXIX
Muir, Mr., teacher, 145. XXXII
Muir, Robert, 124. XXIII
Muir, Robt., overseer at Granton Quarry, 51-52. XXXIII
Muir, Thos., ‘political martyr,’ 110. XXVI
Muir, W. Gray, W.S., 124. XXXIII
Muir, Wilham J. W., 62, 125n. XXXV
Muirfoot’s Water Scheme: see Moorfoots, water supply. XXXIII
Muirhead, James, merchant, 71. XXIII
Muirhead, Jas., surgeon-apothecary, 99, 100. XXV
Muirhouse, 40. XXXII
Muirhouse (Toungs and Forty Acres), 37, 74. XXV
Mulderg estate, Ross-shire, 38. XXV
Mull, Isle of, 55. XXXIII
Müller, F. Max, Professor: see Max-Müller, F., Professor. XXXIII
Multreeshill (Moutrieshill, Multersey), 3, 5, 147, 153. XXIII
Multreeshill (Multersey) Hill, 173, 190, 194, 196. XXII
Multrie’s Hill, 125, 142. XXVII
Mundell, James, teacher, 112, 131, 145. XXXII
Mungall, Katherine, 60. XXII
Municipal Corporation Act, 1869, 32. XXXIII
Municipal Elections, “First Ballot,” 1872, 82. XXXIII
Municipal politics, Edinburgh 1833-1900, 31-41. XXXIII
Munnoch, Wm., Tipperlinn, 206. XXV
Munro, Christian, Inverness, 13. XXV
Munro, Lt.-Col. John, East India Co., 94. XXVI
Munro, Mrs., 85-6. XXX
Munro, Mrs., 117, 124, 164. XXXI
Munro, Mrs. Dr., 113. XXX
Munro, Robert, Montrose, 80. XXVII
Munro-Ferguson, R. C., 72 n. XXIII
Munro’s school, Causewayside, afterwards in Minto St., 181. XXIV
murders, 35, 120n. XXXV
Murdoch, James, tailor burgess, 120. XXIX
Murdoch, John, teacher of French, 145. XXXII
Murdoch, W. G. Blackie, 59. XXX
Mure, Mrs., of Caldwell, 113. XXVI
Mureburgh, old village of, App. p. 4. XXVIII
Murphy, D. B., miniaturist and enameller, 97. XXX
Murphy, Mrs., 97-8, 103. XXX
Murphys, The, 100. XXX
Murray, Alex., of Melgund, 105. XXV
Murray, Alexander, merchant, 61. XXXIV
Murray, Andrew, advocate, 121. XXXIII
Murray, Andrew, jr. of Arngask, Principal Keeper of Holyrood Park, 185 and n. XXIV
Murray, Andrew, of Balvarde, lawsuit anent water supply to Duddingston Mill, 102, 103, 109; withdraws, 106. XXIII
Murray, Andrew, of Blackbarony, 94, 98. XXIII
Murray, Archd., of Murrayfield, 10. XXII
Murray, Archibald, teacher, 145. XXXII
Murray, Charles, 122. XXIII
Murray, Charles, actor, 158. XXXI
Murray, Charles, of Abercairney, 225. XXXII
Murray, David, of Balvaird, infeft in half the lands of Wester Duddingston, 109. XXIII
Murray, Dr John, 50, 57n. XXXIII
Murray, Dr Thos., biographical details, 38 ; Councillor, lecturer, printer, 37, 38, 40n. XXXIII
Murray, Geo., weaver, 93. XXIV
Murray, George, apothecary, 61. XXXIV
Murray, Henry, bowyer, Canongate, 3. XXXIV
Murray, Henry, weaver, 93. XXIV
Murray House: see Moray House. XXXIII
Murray, James, 142. XXVII
Murray, James, 16th of Abercairney, 144, 154, 167. XXXI
Murray, Jas., husband of Anna Hamilton of Priestfield, 185. XXIV
Murray, Jas., of Deuchar, 145. XXIII
Murray, John, fourth Duke of Atholl: see Atholl, John Murray, fourth Duke of. XXXIII
Murray, John, merchant burgess, 155. XXXV
Murray, John, of Philiphaugh, 38, 120. XXVI
Murray, John, third Duke of Atholl: see Atholl, John Murray, third Duke of. XXXIII
Murray, Lord: see Moray, Francis Stewart, 10th Earl of. XXIX
Murray, Lt.-Col. Sir John MacGregor, chief of Clan Gregor, 40. XXVI
Murray, Margaret, 15. XXXIV
Murray, Margt., of Philiphaugh, 38. XXVI
Murray, Margt., of Pitkeathly, 80 and n. XXIV
Murray, Mary, 37. XXIX
Murray, Miss Bethia Keith (Mrs Harding Edgar) 124. XXXIII
Murray, Mrs., 85, 98-100. XXXI
Murray, Mrs. (Lady Philiphaugh), 38. XXVI
Murray, Mrs. Katherine, teacher, 145. XXXII
Murray, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 145. XXXII
Murray of Blackbarony, tenement of, 69, 70. XXXIV
Murray, Patrick Keith, W.S., 124. XXXIII
Murray, Patrick, of Keillor, 122 and n. XXIX
Murray, Rev. Mr, 40, 122n. XXXV
Murray, Rev. William, Melrose, 65, 70, 77, 82-83, 126n. XXXV
Murray, Robt. L., C.A., 123. XXXIII
Murray, Sir Andrew, Lord Provost, 134 and n. XXX
Murray, Sir James, of Kilbaberton, 96. XXIX
Murray, Sir Jas., of Skirling, Bt., 185. XXIV
Murray, Sir John, Director of the Challenger
Commission, 51; Director of Marine Station, Granton, 53, 54, 55, 56;
establishment of Scottish Marine Station, Granton, 51, 52, 53;
naturalist to Challenger expedition, 50, 56n; report, 55, 57n. XXXIII
Murray, Sir Robt., of Cameron, buys Priestfield, 185 and n. XXIV
Murray, Sir Wm. Keith, of Ochtertyre, 98. XXIV
Murray, Sir Wm., of Newton House, 174. XXV
Murray, Thomas, teacher, 145. XXXII
Murray, W. C., W.S., 123. XXXIII
Murray, W. Cleghorn: see Cleghorn-Murray, W. XXXIII
Murray, William, 6. XXXIV
Murray, William Henry, manager of the Theatre Royal, 85 and n., 98-100, 146, 157-8, 161. XXXI
Murray, William, 17th of Abercairney, 167. XXXI
Murray, Wm., 171. XXIV
Murray, Wm., Deputy Receiver of Customs, 80. XXIV
Murray, Wm., of Polmaise, advocate, 121. XXXIII
Murrayfield, 87. XXXIV
Murrayfield, feuing in 1824 of villa stances in, 149. XXIX
Murrayfield mills, 55. XXV
Murrays of Ochtertyre, 80 n. XXIV
Murray’s Yards, Lady, 125. XXVII
Muschat’s Cairn, 110. XXIII
Muse well, 95. XXIII
museum, Dr John Boswell’s, 91-92. XXXIV
Museum, Highland and Agricultural Society’s, 3, 112n. XXXV
Museum, National, of Antiquities of Scotland, medal of Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen in, 188. XXIX
Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, brass pocket microscope, 17611; compound microscope, 166, 174n, 175n. XXXIII
Museum, see Edinburgh. XXVIII
Museums: British Museum, London; Huntly House Museum;
Museum of History of Science, Oxford; National Museum of Antiquities of
Scotland; Royal Scottish Museum (Industrial Museum); Science Museum,
London; Wellcome Historical Medical Museum, London; Whipple Museum of
the History of Science, Cambridge: see under names of Museums. XXXIII
Mushet (Muschat), Donald, 124, 125. XXIII
Mushet, Thomas, Orphan Hospital, 165. XXVII
Mushet, Walter, 167. XXVII
Mushet’s Cairn, 44. XXVII
Music Hall, George Street, 43, 65, 67, 69, 70, 72, 73, 75, 80, 81. XXXIII
Music Hall, George Street, 5, 16, 31, 62, 110, 113n, 116n. XXXV
music in the home, 3, 5, 15, 47, 62, 90. XXXV
Musical Festival, 135. XXV
Musical Festival (1824), 69. XXVI
Musical Festivals in Edinburgh in 1815, 1819 and 1824, 157 and n. XXIX
Musical instruments, making in eighteenth-century Edinburgh of, 50-1. XXXII
Musical Society, 129, 146, 147, 150. XXXII
Musical Society, 96. XXXIII
Musical Society of Edinburgh, 110. XXVI
Musical Society of Edinburgh, 23. XXVII
Musical Society of Edinburgh, requests ground for new concert room, 23-5, 26 ; scheme impracticable, 27. XXII
Musicians, 43, 66, 68, 71, 79, 89n, 90n, 91n, 109. XXXIII
Muskelbrogh Gate, 4. XXXII
Musselburgh, 122, 123. XXVII
Musselburgh, 48. XXXIII
Musselburgh, 29, 50, 109. XXXIV
Musselburgh, epidemic of bubonic plague in 1645 in, 15; epidemic of cholera in 1832 in, 21, 22, 26. XXXII
Musselburgh, proposal in 1824 for railway between
Edinburgh, Dalkeith and, 154 ; building in 1825 of road between
southern part of Edinburgh, Portobello and, 165. XXIX
Musselburgh, races at, 137. XXX
Muttonhole, 171 and n. XXIX
Myllar, Andrew, printer, 184. XXIV
Myllar, Andro, 59. XXV
Mylne, Alex., sculptor of Holyrood sundial, 165. XXII
Mylne, Jas., w.s., 76, 80, 83, 84, 92n. XXXIII
Mylne, John: see Milne, John. XXXIV
Mylne, Robert, and North Bridge, 151. XXIII
Mylne, Robert, of Balfarg : see Milne, Robert, of Balfarg. XXIX
Mylne, Robt., Master Mason, and city improvements, 172 ; repairs North Bridge, 198. XXII
Mylne Square, 22, 26, 172, 181; Darien Company’s headquarters in, 40. XXII
Mylne, William, 39. XXXIV
Mylne, Wm., convener of committee for building North Bridge, 194; his plan for North Bridge selected, 196 ; deacon of Masons, 197. XXII
Myreflat, 6 and n. XXXI
Myreside, 70, 87, 92 ; acquired by Asylum managers, 91. XXIV
Myreside, 6 and 11. XXXI
Myrtle, Dr John Young, 123. XXXIII
Myrtle, J. Y., merchant, 123. XXXIII

N

Naesmyth, Sir Jas., of Posso, erects cottage for Black Dwarf, 38. XXVI
Nailmakers, 49. XXXIII
Nair, William, 185. XXIX
Nairn, Jas., merchant and bailie, 67. XXV
Nairn, John, riding officer, 23. XXV
Nairn, Mr., 28. XXX
Nairne, Baroness, 98. XXVII
Nairne, Jas. and Chas., of Claremount, seised in Newington House and two acres, 164 and n. XXIV
Nairne, Jas., W.S., eldest son of Chas. Nairne, W.S., 164 n. XXIV
Nairne, Major, resides at Holyroodhouse, 47, 77. XXIII
Nairne’s Close, 135. XXXII
Nalder, Francis, merchant, 155. XXIV
Nantes, Edict of, 1. XXV
Naper, Agnes, 75, 76. XXII
Napier (Naper), Andrew, merchant, 70, 87. XXIV
Napier, Admiral Sir Chas., youthful days in George Square, 35-6. XXVI
Napier, Alex., first of Merchiston, arms of, 9. XXXIII
Napier, Alex., son of Sir Archd., 87. XXIV
Napier, Alexander, 96. XXIII
Napier, Alexander (d. circa. 1454), merchant, possession of lands of Merchiston by, 1-2 and nn. XXXI
Napier, Archd., brother of Alex., 87. XXIV
Napier, Archibald (d. 1522), 4 and n. XXXI
Napier, Archibald, 2nd Lord, 7-8 and nn. XXXI
Napier, Archibald, 1st Lord, career of, 7. XXXI
Napier, Barbara, spouse of Earl of Angus, 174. XXV
Napier College of Science and Technology, formerly,
Napier Technical College, arms of, 9; boardroom, painted timber
ceiling, 7, 8, 9; excavation, 2; foyer, 3, 7; Lion Gateway, 6; motto,
9; museum, 7; Principal’s room, 7; Printing Department, culverin ball
found on site, 3; relationship with Merchiston Tower, 2-9;
Vice-Principal’s room, 7; pl. facing page 4. XXXIII
Napier, Colonel, 59, 61, 62. XXXII
Napier, Colonel the Hon., John Scott, possession of Tower of Merchiston by, 12. XXXI
Napier, Elizabeth Brisbane, Mistress of, 10 and n. XXXI
Napier, Elizabeth Erskine, Lady, possession of lands and barony of Merchiston by, 9 and nn. XXXI
Napier, family of, 193-4. XXXII
Napier, Francis, fifth Lord, 33. XXVI
Napier, Francis, 7th Lord, 164. XXXI
Napier, Francis, 9th Lord, possession of Tower of Merchiston by, 12. XXXI
Napier, Francis, 5th Lord, possession of Tower of
Merchiston by, 10 and n ; sale of Tower of Merchiston in 1772 by, 10-11
and n. XXXI
Napier, Hon. Chas., 33, 35 ; career, Boswell visits, 33-4, 76. XXVI
Napier, John (d. 1487), career of, 3-4 and nn. XXXI
Napier, John, grandson of Alex. Napier of Merchiston, 9. XXXIII
Napier, John, inventor of logarithms, career of, 7 ;
false association of ‘Napier Room’ in Tower of Merchiston with, 24-5
and n. XXXI
Napier, John, mathematician, 84. XXIV
Napier, John, of Merchiston, 195. XXV
Napier, Margaret, Lady, 10 and n. XXXI
Napier, Mark, Major-General, 178 and n. XXIV
Napier, Mr, teacher at Hamilton Place Academy, 180. XXXIII
Napier of Magdala, F.M. Sir Robert C., 167. XXXV
Napier Room, 22, 31 ; false association with John Napier, inventor of logarithms, of, 24-5 and n. XXXI
Napier, Sir Alexander (d. 1513), lands held by, 4 and nn. XXXI
Napier, Sir Alexander, of Lauriston, 8. XXXI
Napier, Sir Alexander, son of [Napier, Alexander, merchant], career of, 2-3 and nn. ; possession of lands of Merchiston by, 2-3 and nn. XXXI
Napier, Sir Archd., of Merchiston, 84, 87. XXIV
Napier, Sir Archibald (d. 1608), 5 and n., 7 ; part of Burgh Muir granted by Town Council to, 6 and nn. XXXI
Napier Technical College: see Napier College of Science and Technology. XXXIII
Napier Technical College, incorporation of Tower of Merchiston in, 13-14, 29. XXXI
Napier, Theodore, 208. XXXII
Napier Villa, 199. XXXII
Napier, William, 96. XXIII
Napier, William John, 8th Lord, possession of Tower of Merchiston by, 12. XXXI
Napier, Wm., brother of Alex., 87. XXIV
Napiers of Merchiston, coat of arms, 5, 9. XXXIII
Napoleon, 37, 86, 119 ; fear in 1803 of invasion by, 94-5. XXX
Napoleon, Lord Keith’s negotiations with, 110, 111. XXVI
Napoleon tree at Easter Morningside, 82. XXIV
Napper, Thomas, paper-maker, 190. XXVIII
Nash, John, architect, 165. XXXI
Nash, Mr., 133, 165. XXXI
Nasmith, Alexander, 70, 72, 75, 76, 80. XXVII
Nasmith, James, writer, 141. XXIII
Nasmyth, Alex., painter of Burns’s portrait, 5. XXVI
Nasmyth, Alex., portrait painter, 88 n. XXIV
Nasmyth, Alexander, artist, 66, 68, 69, 73, 78, 106, 110. XXX
Nasmyth, James, engineer, 165-166. XXXV
Nasmyth, Jane, daughter of above, 69. [CHECK text] XXX
Nasmyth, Jas., inventor of steam-hammer, 5. XXVI
Nasmyth, Lady, tenant in St. Leonards, 230. XXIV
Nasmyth, Michael, mason work done by, 5, 136. XXVI
Nasmyth, Miss, 78. XXXIII
Nasmyth, Patrick, brother of above, 112. [CHECK text] XXX
Nasmyth, Robt., surgeon-dentist, 69, 71, 90n. XXXIII
Nasmyth, Thos. G., M.D., 98. XXIV
National Bank of Scotland, 118. XXVI
National Commercial Bank of Scotland, Bruntsfield Place, 209. XXXII
National Covenant, 93, 98. XXIX
National Education, 31, 119n, 137. XXXV
National Gallery of Scotland, 48. XXXIII
National Gallery of Scotland, 42, 45, 46. XXXIV
National Gallery of Scotland, 74, 76. XXXV
National Library of Scotland, 43, 111. XXVII
National Library of Scotland, Chair Makers’ Union documents, 17; records, etc. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 96, 135. XXXIII
National Memorial of the War of Independence under Wallace and Bruce . . . to be erected in the Scottish Metropolis, 1859, 54-5. XXX
National Monument, 161. XXXI
National Monument, Calton Hill, 152 ; proposed plans
in nineteenth and twentieth centuries for, 38-42 ; attempt in 1833 to
obtain resumption of work on, 158. XXX
National Monument, Calton Hill, 46. XXXIV
National Monument, Calton Hill, building in 1820s of, 151, 171, 173 and n., 178. XXIX
National Monuments Record of Scotland, 159. XXXIII
National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland, 43, 141;
Edinburgh Skating Club medals, 96, 108, 131-135, pls. facing pages 132,
133; Jas. McLaren’s schoolbooks, 27; microscope made by John Clark,
176n; prospectus of Hamilton Place Academy, 177; site at the Mound, 48;
terrestial globes by Kirkwood, 27. XXXIII
National Security Savings Bank, 7, 19, 23, 32, 66, 92, 105, 114n. XXXV
National Skating Association, anniversary exhibition, 108; standardisation of calls, 106. XXXIII
National Trust for Scotland, Prestongrange House ceiling, 8-9. XXXIII
National Union of Furniture Trades Operatives, 17; see
also Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers; Edinburgh
Society of Cabinet and Chair Makers; United Operative Cabinet and Chair
Makers Association of Scotland. XXXIII
National War Memorial, 5. XXXII
Natural History Museum, London, 101. XXXIV
Natural Knowledge, Society for promoting, 22. XXVII
Navy, press-gang methods, 90, 91, 92. XXVIII
Navy, Royal, provided convoy to trading vessels on East Coast, 78ff. XXVIII
Neagle, George, Sergeant-Major, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 162, 164. XXXII
Neal, John, and Son, haberdasher, 135 and n. XXX
Neal, L. E., Retailing and the Public, 122 and n. XXX
Neasham, John, member of Chair Makers Union, 21, 22. XXXIII
Neaves, Chas., Lord Neaves, 66, 70, 80, 89n. XXXIII
Negris, Alex., Prof. of Greek, 130. XXVI
Neighbourhood Book, 82, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 100;
contains acts and decrees of Dean of Gild, 85 ; evidence of, regarding
burning of Edinburgh (1544), 88. XXIII
Neighbourhood, Book of The, 26-27, 54n. XXXIV
Neighbourhood cases, 84, 85, 86. XXIII
Neighbourhood, The (Court), 69, 70, 72n. XXXIV
Neil, William, teacher, 145. XXXII
Neill, Dr. Patrick, 16. XXVI
Neill, Dr. Patrick, 51. XXVII
Neill, Dr. Patrick, horticulturist, 190. XXVIII
Neill, Patrick, founder of the printing firm of Neill & Co., 190. XXVIII
Neill, Patrick, LL.D., Town Councillor, 180 n., 183. XXXII
Neilson, Gilbert, merchant, 217. XXII
Neilson, Miss, teacher, 145. XXXII
Neilson, William, merchant, 135. XXIX
Neilsone, Robert, merchant, participation in apprenticeship agreement in 1638 of, 176-7. XXXI
Nelson Monument, 64. XXVI
Nelson Monument, building of, 57; and house and window tax, 58. XXIII
Nelson Monument, Calton Hill, 135. XXX
Nelson, Thos., publisher, printing house burnt, 217 and n,. ; builds mansion of St. Leonards, 234. XXIV
Nelson, William, publisher, 167. XXXV
Nelson, Wm., publisher, 88 n., 165 and n. XXIV
Nelson’s Monument, 90, 130n. XXXV
Nemouth, Thomas, 2. XXXIV
Nennius, 143. XXXV
Neruda, Mme, Norman: see Neruda, Wilma Maria Francisca. XXXIII
Neruda, Wilma Maria Francisca (Mme. Norman Neruda), 79, 93n, XXXIII
Nesbitt, John, skating medal, 134. XXXIII
Nether Bow, 122. XXIV
Nether Bow, 125. XXX
Nether Kirkyard, 133. XXIV
Nether Liberton, 109. XXXIV
Nether Malt Mills, 74. XXV
Nether Merchiston, lands of, 3 and n., 4 and n. XXXI
Nether Plewlands, 31. XXVII
Netherbow, 135. XXII
Netherbow, 3, 94. XXIII
Netherbow, 5, 9, 14 ; demolished, 13 ; sundial at, 98. XXVII
Netherbow, 119, 165. XXIX
Netherbow, 25, 30, 55n. XXXIV
Netherbow Port, 135. XXV
Netherbow Port, 98. XXIX
Netherbow Port, 5, 116, 128, 139, 141, 153. XXXII
Netherbow Port, 24-26. XXXIV
Nethershot of the Scabbit lands, 9. XXXIV
Nevell, Sir John, 2. XXXII
New Assembly Close, 156. XXXII
New Bank Close, 152. XXXII
New Brunswick, 167 n. XXIX
New Church, 90. XXV
New Church, 129, 149. XXXII
New Church (St. Giles’), 150, 151. XXIII
New Church of Edinburgh, 22, 23. XXII
New Club, 96, 125. XXXIII
New College : see University of Edinburgh. XXIX
New College, 48 ; proposal for removal of statue of John Knox from quadrangle to slope in front of, 59. XXX
New College, 42, 46. XXXIV
New Concert Hall, 122. XXXII
New Cranstoun, 142. XXXV
New Greyfriars’, 123. XXVII
New Greyfriars Church, 43. XXIV
New Greyfriars Church, 29. XXXV
New Hailes, dovecote at, 171, 181. XXV
New Mills Factory, Haddington, 132. XXXII
New Mownt, 3, 7. XXXII
New North Church, 176 n. XXIV
New Port, 192. XXII
New Port, 148. XXIII
New Port, 44. XXIV
New Port, 5. XXVII
‘New Road,’ 154, 156, 166, 167, 173, 175, 221 ; becomes Minto St., 174. XXIV
‘New Road ‘ (Park Road), 222, 232, 233. XXIV
New Road, improvement in 1824 of, 151. XXIX
‘New Road’ through Lady Nicolson’s park, 82, 83, 86. XXII
New South Bridge : see George IV Bridge. XXX
New Stairs, 135. XXXII
New statistical account of Scotland, 63, 140, 142n. XXXIII
New Street, 118 ; chapel of ease in, 120. XXII
New Street, 51, 147. XXXII
New Street, 49. XXXIII
New Town, 1, 4, 23, 38, 50, 110; construction of,
delayed by Revolution of 1688, 170; Lord Provost’s report (1688) anent
scheme for, 170-72; Provost Drummond’s vision of, 175; advantages of,
184; residents to pay town’s impost on foreign liquors, 185; case for,
188-9; ‘se1f-contained suburbs for well-to-do,’ 189. XXII
New Town, 14, 52, 103, 152. XXIV
New Town, 3. XXVI
New Town, 61; Drummond’s vision of, 11-12 ; ‘royalty’ over, 13. XXVII
New Town, 178; dispensary, 38; planning, 36; wards in, 32. XXXIII
New Town, 36, 45, 49; ownership of land in proposed,
37; Act for extension of the Royalty, 1767, begins development of, 40;
progress of shown in maps of 1780 and 1804, 43. XXXIV
New Town, extension of royalty, 1-2 ; site of, 2-6;
Craig’s plan, 4, 8; competitive plans solicited, 6-24; North Bridge
and, 7; gold medal for best plan, 8 ; features of Craig’s plan, 9-10 ;
approved by magistrates, 11; published, 12; street names in, 12, 13,
14; Craig’s engraved plan, prospective feuars, first houses in, 15, 20
; theatre in, 16 ; Acts controlling development of, 16-19; proposed
reservoir, 17 ; no houses above three storeys, 18; feuing conditions,
18-19. XXIII
New Town Market, Stockbridge, opening in 1826 of, 170. XXIX
New Town, Skene’s drawings of, 136. XXV
New Trades Society, 26. XXXIII
New Waverley Bridge: see Waverley Bridge. XXXIII
New West Road (Johnston Terrace), 140. XXV
New Year’s Day, observance of, 1, 138. XXXV
Newbattle, 109, 116. XXXIV
Newbattle, 142. XXXV
Newbattle Abbey: see Ralph, Abbot of Newbattle ; Registrum de NeubotleXXX
Newbattle Abbey, visited by the Club, App. p. 10 ; ice house at, 120, 121. XXVIII
Newbattle, Church of, visited by the Club, App. p. 10. XXVIII
Newbattle House, Pitsligo Rd., 83. XXIV
Newbattle, monks of, 29. XXVII
Newbattle Terrace, 201, 202, 203. XXXII
Newbattle Terrace, 85. XXXIV
Newbattle Terrace, 79 and n. XXIV
Newbiggin, James, advocate, 225. XXXII
Newbigging, 15n. XXXIV
Newbridge, 109, 117. XXXIV
Newcastle, 51. XXXIV
Newcastle, capture in 1644 by Scottish army of, 9. XXXII
Newcastle, Duke of, petition of John Finlayson, 167, 175n. XXXIII
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, lst Duke of, 94. XXXII
Newcraighall, 83-84, 89. XXXIV
Newgate Croft, 128. XXIII
Newgrange, Cabbagehall, 209 and n., 210 and n., 212 n. XXIV
Newhall, Lord. See Pringle, Sir Walter. XXII
Newhaven, 19, 20, 36, 38, 42, 61. XXIV
Newhaven, 162 ; proposal in 1824 for new road between
Leith Walk and, 149 ; reduction in 1826 of fares of ferries between
Burntisland and, 173. XXIX
Newhaven, 4 ; regulations of 1644 to try to prevent entry of bubonic plague to Leith, Edinburgh and, 9. XXXII
Newhaven, 25, 50-51, 56n, 79, 117; Chapel of St Mary and St James, excavations on site of, 73-77. XXXIV
Newhaven, 143, 148n; route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Newhaven Pier, 159. XXXIII
Newhaven Road, 163. XXXIII
Newington, 204. XXXII
Newington, 81. XXXIV
Newington, 19. XXXV
Newington, beginnings of, 153, 173 ; lands of (or
Belleville), their boundaries, 154 ; various proprietors, 156-60; in
Kirkwood’s Plan (1817), 154, 155, 156; amenity of, 156, 163;
superiority of, granted to Jas. Cheape of Strathtyrum, 159 n.; Benjamin
Bell, surgeon, and family principal heritors, earliest feus, 160-4 ;
Benj. Bell obtains charter of, 162 ; successive proprietors, 163-164;
drainage scheme for, 165; feuing plan of, 166, 168, 169, 173 ; linking
up, with city, 173, 174; building operations, 174 ; connection of noted
families with, 174 ; porters’ lodges in, 177 ; bequest to parish, 179 ;
educational establishments in, 181 ; notable residents, 191-7 ;
Lousielaw, 202. XXIV
Newington, building in 1823 in, 145. XXIX
Newington, Chapel of Ease, 205. XXV
Newington, Choral Association, 42; Free Church, 90n; residents, 42. XXXIII
Newington Church, 32. XXVIII
Newington House, 155, 164, 174, 177 ; builder of, 162
; described, residence of Sir Geo. Stuart of Grandtully, 163 ; British
Linen Co. Bank and, Duncan McLaren buys, 164. XXIV
Newland, Deacon, his ‘land’ in Halkerston’s Wynd, 111. XXV
Newlands, Rev. Dr John, Perth, 37, 120n. XXXV
Newlands, Robt., superior of Priestiield, 185. XXIV
Newlands. See Mayfield. XXIV
Newliston House, account for furniture made in Edinburgh at, 52-3. XXXII
Newspaper agents: see Advertising and newspaper agents. XXXIII
Newspaper in Scotland, The 23. XXXIII
Newspaper industry, 19. XXVII
Newspapers : Herald and Chronicle, 165; Weekly Journal, 165. XXVIII
Newspapers and journals: Blackwoods Magazine, 102-103; Caledonian Mercury, 167, 168, 169, 150-171, 172-173, 175n, 176n; Daily Review, 155n; Edinburgh Advertiser, 108; Edinburgh Evening Courant, 19, 20, 23, 24, 34, 40n, 41n, 108, 111, 112, 146, 149n, 152, 153, 155n, 167, 168, 169, 170-171, 172-173, 175n, 176n; Edinburgh Observer, 146, 14911; Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 147, 149n; Glasgow Courant, 176n; Glasgow Herald, 41n; Glasgow Journal, 176n; Glasgow Weekly Liberator, 26; Journal of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 54; The Lancet, 145-146, 149, 149n; The Liberator, 23; The Patriot, 23, 24; Radical Weekly, 39; The Reformer, 33, 39, 40n; The Scots Magazine, 151; The Scotsman, 24, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 40n, 41n, 42n, 44n, 57n, 62, 67, 70, 71, 73, 79, 89n, 91n, 92n, 93n, 140, 152, 155n; Scottish Patriot, 23; Scottish Press, 180-182; Scottish Trade Union Gazette, or Trades Advocate, 23; Trades Monthly Journal, 21, 23, 24; The Witness, 41n. XXXIII
Newstead, 68, 76, 80-81, 127n. XXXV
Newstead Road, 79, 128n. XXXV
Newto(w)n St Boswells, 33, 68, 70, 72, 76-80, 86, 119n. XXXV
Newton House Tower, dovecote at, 174. XXV
Newton, James, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Newton, James, engraving of Tower of Merchiston by, 30. XXXI
Newton parish, 110. XXXIV
Newton, Sir Isaac, 29, 86. XXXV
Newton, sundial at, 98, 100, 101. XXVII
Newton, W. W. Hay, of Newton, 152. XXVI
Nicarochie, Amy, 6. XXXIV
Nichol, Erskine, artist, 86, 95n. XXXIII
Nichol, Mr., engraver, Calton Hill [with proposed National Monument] from the summit of Salisbury Crags [1843], 40. XXX
Nichol, Professor, 181 n., 183 n. XXXII
Nichol, Rev. R. B., Galashiels, 78, 128n. XXXV
Nichol, Robert, teacher, 145. XXXII
Nicholson, Alex., Sheriff Substitute of Kirkcudbright, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Nicholson, Bailie, his ‘land,’ 97, 124. XXV
Nicholson, John, butcher, Canongate, 3, 4. XXXIV
Nicholson Street, foundation laid in 1830 for Royal
College of Surgeons in, 147 ; building in 1831 of Royal College of
Surgeons in, 155. XXX
Nicol, Walter Graeme, alias, 74. XXIII
Nicol, William, teacher, 145. XXXII
Nicol, Willie, Burns lodges with, 27. XXVI
Nicol, Wm., Burns’s friend, 213 n. XXIV
Nicoll, James, 99. XXIII
Nicoll, James, 136. XXIX
Nicoll, John, his Diary quoted, 81. XXIII
Nicolson, Elizabeth, keeper of Woolpack Inn, 73. XXII
Nicolson House. See Nicolson, Lady. XXII
Nicolson, Jas., writer, progenitor of Nicolsons of Lasswade, 80. XXII
Nicolson, John, of Traboun, Dean of Gild, 117. XXIX
Nicolson, John, owner of Dryden in Lasswade parish, 80. XXII
Nicolson, John, session clerk at St. Ninian’s, 206. XXIV
Nicolson, John, the younger, of Lasswade, created baronet of Nova Scotia, 80. XXII
Nicolson, Lady, 86, 88 ; constructs ‘New Road’ through
her grounds, 82; her two mansions ; one of them rented by the ‘Man of
Feeling’s’ grandfather, 82 n. ; erects monument to her husband in ‘New
Road,’ 83 ; her later residence described, 84. ‘ XXII
Nicolson, Lady, 153, 198 n. ; mansion of, 199. XXIV
Nicolson, Lady (Dame Elizabeth Trotter), 81. XXII
Nicolson, Sir George, of Kemnay, Senator of the College of Justice, 135 and n. XXIX
Nicolson, Sir. Jas., and lands of St. Leonards, 201, 203. XXIV
Nicolson, Sir Jas., of Lasswade, Bart.,83,84, 85 ;
superior of Easter Croft of Bristo, 80 ; builds mansion on east side of
Potterrow ; makes additions to his original holding, 81-2. XXII
Nicolson, Sir John, grandson of first baronet, 80-81. XXII
Nicolson Square, 80, 82. XXII
Nicolson Square, 53. XXXIV
Nicolson Street, 80, 83, 88; construction of, 82. XXII
Nicolson Street, 13, 82. XXVI
Nicolson Street, 62, 65. XXVII
Nicolson Street, 14. XXIX
Nicolson Street, 118, 137, 149, 150, 154, 155. XXXII
Nicolson Street, 41. XXXIV
Nicolson Street, 95n. XXXIII
Nicolson Street U.P. Church, 11, 115n. XXXV
Nicolson’s Park, 141. XXIII
Nicolson’s Park, 221. XXIV
Niddrie: see Niddry. XXXIV
Niddrie Burn, 144, 148n. XXXV
Niddrie Marischal House, ice house at, 141-2. XXVIII
Niddrie Marischal, sundial at, 98-9. XXVII
Niddrie, paper mill at, 58. XXV
Niddrie-Marischal, 101, 107, 110. XXIII
Niddry, 109. XXXIV
Niddry, proposal in 1828 for extension of Edinburgh-Dalkeith railway from Leith to, 182. XXIX
Niddry Street, 115. XXXII
Niddry’s Close, 62. XXXIV
Niddry’s Wynd, 134, 135, 136, 142, 153. XXII
Niddry’s Wynd, 10. XXIV
Niddry’s Wynd, 128. XXIX
Niddry’s Wynd, 114, 119, 120, 126, 127, 133, 137, 139, 143, 144, 145, 148, 150, 152, 154, 156. XXXII
Niddry’s Wynd, 31, 53, 59. XXXIV
Niecks, F., Reid Prof. of Music, 155. XXVI
Nightingale, a convoy ship, 94, 95, 109. XXVIII
Nile Grove, 94. XXIV
Nile Grove, 204. XXXII
Nile Street Chapel, Glasgow, 60, 125n. XXXV
Nimmo, Mr, 103. XXXV
Nimmo, Peter, a ‘character,’ 181-3. XXVII
Nineteenth Foot, or, Princess of Wales’ Own (Yorkshire) Regiment, 85, 92. XXXII
Ninewells, Lady, 143. XXIV
Ninewells, Lady, 122. XXV
Nisbet & Macniven, paper makers, 47, 51. XXV
Nisbet, Adam, of that Ilk, 202. XXII
Nisbet, Alex., of Dirleton, antiquary and heraldist, 202. XXII
Nisbet, Alexander, 66. XXIII
Nisbet, Dame Jean, wife of Sir William Scott, elder, of Harden, [NOTE no page numbers in volume index ] XXIX
Nisbet, Dr. James, 129 and n. XXIX
Nisbet, Gilbert, apothecary, 113. XXV
Nisbet, Henry, of Dean, 203. XXII
Nisbet, Jas., of Craigentinny, 201, 203 ; erects mansion, 203. XXII
Nisbet, John, 15. XXVII
Nisbet, John, photographer, 123. XXXIII
Nisbet, Lady, of Dean, 225. XXXII
Nisbet, Patrick, son of Henry of Dean, 203. XXII
Nisbet, Reverend Dr. Robert, minister of West St. Giles, 67, 70, 90. XXIX
Nisbet, Sir John, of Dean, connection with Dean Bridge project of, 166-8. XXX
Nisbet, Sir Patrick, 66. XXIII
Nisbet, Sir Wm., of Dean, Provost, 203. XXII
Nisbet, Wm. N. of Dirlton [Dirleton], 119. XXXIII
Nisbet, Wm., of Dirleton, Grand-Master of Freemasons of Scotland, 172 n. ; and Newgrange, 209. XXIV
Nisbet, Wm., son of Henry of Dean, 203. XXII
Nisbets of Craigentinny, family history; connection with Edinburgh, 202. XXII
Nisbets of Dean, 72. XXV
Niven, David, teacher, 145. XXXII
Noa, Leopold, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 90, 92. XXIX
Noble, Miss, 66. XXXV
Noble, Thos., merchant, 145. XXIV
Noble, William, teacher, 145. XXXII
Noctes Ambrosianae, 82. XXIV
Noctis Ambrosianae, 65. XXVI
Noel Paton, Sir Joseph: see Paton, Sir Joseph Noel. XXXIII
Nollekens’ bust of Provost Drummond, 6. XXVII
Nor’ Loch, 33, 34, 37 ; proposals in 1752 for draining of, 62, 70-2. XXXII
Nor’ Loch, plan in 1890 for railway development on site of, 177-8. XXXI
Norhamshire, 147n. XXXV
Norie, David, merchant, Bristo, 60, 61. XXII
Norie, James (‘old Norie’), 23. XXVII
Norie, John and Robert, decorative house-painters, 23. XXVII
Norman, Ludwig, 93n. XXXIII
Norris, Mr., 95. XXX
North Back Canongate, 49. XXXIII
North Berwick, 52. XXIX
North Bridge, 1, 176, 181, 184 ; surplus from Royal
Exchange for, 21 ; Exchange scheme bound up with, 22 ; to afford easier
access to Leith, 23 ; dimensions, 24-5 ; property purchased on line of,
26 ; ‘Improvement’ commissioners and, 27 ; advantages of, independent
of extension of royalty, 185 ; preliminary steps, 187; site and
alignment, 189; ‘advertisement for contractors’ ; subscriptions for,
190 ; stone for, quarried in Bearford’s Parks ; laying of foundation
stone, 191-3 ; Wm. Mylne and ; new design requested, 194 ; reward for
successful architect, 195; plan selected; items of contract, 196; cost;
opened for pedestrians, 197; partial collapse, 197-8 ; repaired by
Robt. Mylne, 198 ; apprehension as to security of, 199. XXII
North Bridge, 5, 6, 7, 16; signing contract, 1 ; roads
leading to, 4 ; and New Town, 9 ; Provost Drummond and, 147-8;
dimensions, 149; line of, 150. XXIII
North Bridge, 161. XXIV
North Bridge, 136 ; and Picardy, 31. XXV
North Bridge, 65 ; Drummond lays foundation of first, 13. XXVII
North Bridge, 124. XXIX
North Bridge, 36, 52, 128, 137, 138, 139. XXX
North Bridge, 87; east side, 87; proposed central railway terminus in 1848, 160; widening, 86. XXXIII
North Bridge, 5, 34. XXXV
North Bridge, building of, 39, 40, 41-43, 45, 47, 69. XXXIV
North British Advertiser, 5, 30, 50, 113n, 119n. XXXV
North British Express, The, 39. XXXIII
North British Hotel, 63. XXVII
North British Hotel, 35. XXXII
North British Railway Company, 49. XXX
North British Railway Company, 177-8. XXXI
North British Railway Company, 37; absorbed Edinburgh,
Perth and Dundee Railway, 160, 164n; see also Edinburgh, Leith and
Newhaven Railway Company; Edinburgh and Northern Railway Company;
Edinburgh, Leith and Granton Railway Company; Edinburgh, Perth and
Dundee Railway Company. XXXIII
North British Railway Company, 80. XXXIV
North British Station, 81. XXXIII
North Briton, first number in 1830 of, 146. XXX
North Charlotte Street, 64, 65. XXVII
North, Christopher : see Wilson, John, Professor of Moral Philosophy. XXXII
“North, Christopher”: see Wilson, John. XXXIII
North, Christopher, 15, 116n. XXXV
North College Street Committee, 95. XXXIV
North College Street, Cook’s Tavern, 108; improvement, 70, 74. XXXIII
North Croft (Pleasance), 140. XXIII
North Esk River, 117. XXXIV
North Esk River, 144. XXXV
North Gray’s Close, High Street, fire, 70. XXXIII
North Hanover Street, 137. XXXII
North James’s Street, 143. XXXII
North Leith, 112 ; tailors of, 95, 99 ; Canongate
tailors and church of, 120; craft rights in, 116 ; to be included in
proposed enlargement of city (1759), 183. XXII
North Leith, 154, 174 ; minister in 1675 of, 3. XXIX
North Leith, 1, 3, 6, 7, 28-29, 33, 112,117. XXXIV
North Leith Grammar School, 118, 143. XXXII
North Loch, 4, 11, 23, 24, 25, 50, 172, 173, 174, 175,
176, 180, 182, 184, 185, 189, 191, 197 ; proposed conversion into
canal, 179; drained, 187 ; farmers permitted to carry off fulzie from,
190. XXII
North Loch, 2, 3, 4, 6, 11, 96, 144, 149, 154 ; schemes for bridging, 147. XXIII
North Loch, 6, 29, 35, 37, 39, 40, 41, 46, 57, 152, 248. XXIV
North Loch, 151, 152. XXV
North Loch, 3. XXVI
North Loch, 3, 5, 12, 13; drained, 1. XXVII
North Loch, 144, 165 ; building of Flesh Market and slaughter-houses by side of, 111 ; filling up of, 164, 169. XXIX
North Loch, 19, 22 ; enclosure in 1829 of eastern part
of, 145 ; planting of trees begun in 1830 in eastern part of, 147 ;
conversion into park in 1832 of, 156. XXX
North Loch, 25-26, 35, 37, 43, 45; draining and bridging of, 39, 40, 69. XXXIV
North Loch, 154. XXXV
North Merchiston, 52. XXXIV
North Morningside Church, 216. XXXII
North Newington Place, 169 n. XXIV
North Park, 63. XXIII
North Richmond Street, completion in 1823 of, 145. XXIX
North Richmond Street, No. 6, 144. XXXIII
North Street, proposal by R. F. Gourlay in 1852 for creation of, 52. XXX
North-east Room (Restalrig), 69. XXIII
Northern Lights, 85. XXXV
Northern Reporter, first issue in 1826 of, 170. XXIX
Northern Tramways Company, 1888, 37. XXXIII
Northesk, Countess of, 226. XXII
Northesk, Geo. John Rosehill, ninth Earl of, 123. XXXIII
Northumberland, 141. XXXV
Northumberland, investigation of herring shoals, 53. XXXIII
Northumberland Street, 61. XXVII
Northumbria, 141, 144. XXXV
Northumbria, Scottish part of, 8-9. XXX
Norton, Augusta, 90, 159. XXXI
Norton, Caroline, 90, 159. XXXI
Norton, Ellen, 90, 117, 124, 159, 164. XXXI
Norton, Fletcher, Lord, 159. 4 XXXI
Norton, George, 90, 159. XXXI
Norton, Lady, 117. XXXI
Norton Place, new school, 87; new U.P. Church, 87. XXXIII
Norvell, Michael, of Boghall, 120. XXV
Norway, 31. XXXIV
Norway, timber for the construction of Heriot’s Hospital imported from, 34. XXXI
Norwich, manufacture of imitation Indian shawls in, 52, 55. See also Shawls. XXXI
Notman, David, 223. XXII
Novar, Viscount. See Ferguson, R. C. Munro-. XXIII
“Numbers, the”, 43, 122n. XXXV
Nurses’ Home of Royal Infirmary, 102. XXIV

O

Oakley, H. S., Professor of Music, 68, 75, 90n. XXXIII
observatory (Calton Hill), 44. XXXIV
Observatory, Calton Hill, 44. XXIV
Observatory, Calton Hill, 181. XXIX
“Ocior euro,” motto of Edinburgh Skating Club, 97, 107. XXXIII
O’Connell, Daniel, visit to Edinburgh, 25. XXXIII
Octagon : see Moray Place. XXIX
Oculist, peripatetic, 141. XXII
Offler, Prof., 147n. XXXV
Ogilby, David, 18. XXXIV
Ogilface, 14, 15. XXXIV
Ogilvie, Adam, advocate, 118. XXXIII
Ogilvie, Duncan, teacher, 145. XXXII
Ogilvie, Geo., 71. XXVI
Ogilvie, Lady Margt., daughter of Jas., Earl of Findlater and Seafield, 62. XXVI
Ogilvie, Thomas, 225. XXXII
Ogilvie, William, teacher, 145. XXXII
Ogilvy, Lady Blanche, mother of Mrs. Winston Churchill, 126. XXVI
Ogilvy, Mr. James, his painting of Trades Maiden Hospital, 30. XXVIII
Ogilvy, Sir Alexander, of Forglen : see Forglen, Lord. XXX
Ogilvy, Sir John, of Inverquharity, 71. XXVI
Ogilvy, Sir Wm., Rear-Admiral, naval career, 71. XXVI
Ogston, Alex., bookseller, 121. XXV
Oil shale, 137, 139, 141n. XXXIII
Old Assembly Close, 157 ; building in 1820s in, 165-6, 172. XXIX
Old Assembly Close, 119, 134, 141, 142. XXXII
Old Back Row, 140. XXV
Old Baxter’s Close, 144. XXXII
Old Docks: see Leith Old Docks. XXXIII
Old Drumsheugh House, 77, 78, 79 n., 85. XXV
Old Greyfriars, 73, 9ln. XXXIII
Old Inveresk Cemetery, 48. XXXIII
Old Kirk parish. See Poll Tax returns. XXV
Old Melrose, 76, 80. XXXV
Old Monkland, parish of, 146n. XXXV
Old Newington House. See West Newington House. XXIV
Old Parliament Close, 262. XXII
Old Post Office Close, 130. XXXII
Old Post Office Stairs, 121. XXXII
Old Posthouse Close, 116. XXXII
Old Town, 103, 152, 153. XXIV
Old Town, 23 ; access to, 12. XXVII
Old Town, as business centre, 10. XXIII
Old Town, migrations from, to George Square, 3. XXVI
Old Waverley Hotel, 39. XXXIII
Oliphant, Archibald, apothecary, 3. XXIX
Oliphant, Charles, doctor of medicine, 127 and n. XXIX
Oliphant, Laurence, of Drum, 144. XXIII
Oliphant, Laurence, W.S., 122. XXIX
Oliphant, Lord, Laurence, payment of teinds, 56-7. XXVIII
Oliphant, Margt., wife of Wm. Scott of Meldrumsheugh, 73. XXV
Oliphant, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 146. XXXII
Oliphant’s School, 84, 94n. XXXIII
Oliver and Boyd, publishers, 131. XXX
Oliver, and Son, Ltd, auctioneers, 207. XXXII
Oliver Ellis, novel by Jas. Grant, 95. XXVI
Oliver, F. S., writer and partner in Debenhams, 136. XXX
Oliver, John Scott, son-in-law and partner of Duncan McLaren, M.P., 136, 137. XXX
Oliver, Mr, farmer at Lochend, 127, 129. XXXIII
Oliver, Mrs., teacher, 146. XXXII
Oliver, Reverend James, minister of Corstorphine, 99. XXX
Oliver Twist, 88-91, 93-96. XXXV
Olivestob, 74. XXV
Olivieri, Ubald, teacher, 146. XXXII
Oman, Chas., landlord of Archers’ Hall, 14, 15, 16n. XXXIII
Oman, Mrs Chas., 15. XXXIII
Oman’s Resturant, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
O’Meara, Barry Edward, 89, 159. XXXI
omnibus, 34, 43, 60. XXXV
Operative Builders’ Union, general conference in London, 24. XXXIII
Operative Masons’ Union, Chair Makers’ Union support for, 23, 24. XXXIII
Operative Painters’ Union, 23, 24. XXXIII
Oppidum Eden, 143, 146n. XXXV
Oram, William Henry, 104, 117, 162. XXXI
Orangehall, 209 n., 219. XXIV
Orchardfield, bequest by George Grindlay, elder, to
Merchant Maiden Hospital and George Watson’s Hospital of lands of, 19,
22, 26 ; proposal for erection of new building for Merchant Maiden
Hospital in, 22-4. XXIX
Ord, Christian, wife of William Graham, jeweller burgess, 135. XXIX
Ord, Laurence, merchant, father of [Ord, Christian, wife of William Graham], 135 and n. XXIX
Ordnance Survey Map (1852), 109, 110. XXIV
Ordnance Survey map, Edinburgh, 1859, 155. XXXV
Ordnance Survey, map of Edinburgh in 1852, 32. XXX
Ordnance Survey, Merchiston on map of 1853, 2. XXXIII
Organ grinders, 210-11. XXXII
Orion, steamer, wreck of, 53-54, 124n. XXXV
Orkney, convoy to ships trading with, 81, 85ff. XXVIII
Orkney, Earl of, his palace in Blackfriars’ Wynd, 240, 241. XXIV
Orkney, James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell, Duke of, 157. XXXV
Orkney, Lord, Governor of Edinburgh Castle, 48. XXIII
Ormiston, Christie-Millers and, 238-9 XXII
Ormistoun, William, coppersmith, Bell House, Castlehill, let in 1738 to, 26. XXX
Ormston, Elizabeth, first wife of Wm. Miller, ‘King of the Quakers,’ 221. XXII
Ormston, Elizabeth, second wife of Joseph Miller, 208. XXII
Orphan Hospital, 150. XXIII
Orphan Hospital, 179. XXXI
Orphan Hospital, 118. XXXII
Orphan Hospital, Dean, 92. XXVII
Orphan Hospital, money lent in 1816 to Merchant Maiden Hospital by, 27. XXIX
Orphan Hospital, old, 22 ; at Dean, 44. XXII
Orphan Hospital, Old (end of North Bridge), 43, 46-47, 51; New (on Dean Estate), 46-47, 50. XXXIV
Orphoot, T. H., advocate, 123. XXXIII
Orr, Isobel, petition to governors of Merchant Maiden Hospital on behalf of, 82. XXIX
Orr, J. Harper, advocate, 124. XXXIII
Orr, Janet, Cupar, 13. XXV
Orr, John, of Wester Morningside, 88. XXIV
Orr, Mr., father of [Orr, Isobel], 82. XXIX
Orr, Mrs Harper, 124. XXXIII
Orrell, Messrs, railway engineers, 160. XXXIII
‘Orvietan,’ antidote against distempers, 139. XXII
Osbert, Prior of Jedburgh, 4. XXX
Osborn, Wm., lieut.-col. and Quaker, 216. XXII
Osborne (Oisburne), Janet, 77. XXII
Osburn, Harry, W.S., 135. XXIII
Osburn, John, merchant, 142, 150. XXIV
O’Shaughnessy, Dr, London, 145, 149n. XXXIII
Ossian’s Hall, Dunkeld, 156. XXXI
Oswald, James, merchant, 120. XXIX
Oswald, James, of Dunnikier, 15-17. XXVII
Oswald, James, teacher of dancing, 146. XXXII
Oswald, John, 14. XXXIV
Oswald, Lieut.-Gen. Sir John, 29. XXII
Oswald, Richard, of Auchincruive, 152-3, 167. XXXI
Oswy, King, 143. XXXV
Otterburn, Adam, of Reidhall, 154. XXXV
Otterburn, Robert, 154. XXXV
Otterburn, Sir Adam, 193, 194. XXV
Our Street : Memories of Buccleuch Place, 176 n. XXIV
Our street (Buccleuch Place), 42. XXXIII
Outlook Tower, 57n. XXXIII
Outram, John, 62, 87, 89. XXX
Outram, Mrs., 81. XXX
Over Bow, 92. XXIII
Over Braid, 32. XXVII
Over Merchiston, lands of, 1 and nn., 2-3 and n., 4 and n., 8 and n., 10. XXXI
Overhall Farm, nr. Hawick, 79, 128n. XXXV
overseers: see roads. XXXIV
Overshott, 8. XXXIV
Owen, Rev. Dr John, 110, 134n. XXXV
Owen, Robt., 18. XXXIII
Owens, Master, violinist, 104. XXX
Oxenfoord House, ice house at, 140, 141. XXVIII
Oxford Park, 181. XXIV
Oxgang, The, 16. XXXIV

P

Padon, the Misses, 68-69, 96, 127n. XXXV
Page, James, shawl manufacturer, 63-4; improved loom invented in 1824 by, 58. XXXI
Page, William, 64. XXXI
Pages, Bastien, “the Frenchman”, 157-158. XXXV
Paint manufacturers, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Painters’ Union, 23, 24. XXXIII
Painting and sculpture, 89. XXVII
Paisely, Chartists in, 32. XXXIII
Paisley, manufacture of imitation Indian shawls in, 52. See also Shawls. XXXI
Paisley’s Close, 128. XXIX
Pale, The, 3, 4. XXXII
Paley, William, 67, 126n, 137. XXXV
Pallas Armata, 114, 152. XXVII
Palmer, Alex., wright and picture-framer, owner of Chapel House, 85 ; erects tenement in West Nicolson Street, 86. XXII
Palmer, Ann, wife of Donald Smith, Lord Provost, 86. XXII
Palmer, Robert, schoolmaster, 98-9. XXVII
Palmer’s Buildings, 84, 86. XXII
Panmure Close, Canongate, 49. XXXIII
Panmure House, Canongate, 2. XXVI
Panmure House, Canongate, 9, 185 n. XXIV
Panton, William, 63. XXXI
Panton, William, teacher, 146. XXXII
Papal (Popish) Aggression, 96-104, 107-108, 131-133ns, 135, 137. XXXV
Papedi, vicecomes of Norham, 147n. XXXV
Paper Making, first mills on Water of Leith and Esk, 46 ; communities there, eighteenth-century mill-owners, 47; old-time process described, 48 ; im-roved methods, new raw materials, 49 ; working conditions, 50 ; hand-made, 51 ; effect of printing on, 52 ; first paper maker, 53 ; at Canonmills, 54-5 ; historic importance of Dalry mill, 56-7, 58 ; earliest record as to, 57 ; contract with Germans, 58 ; Scots printing paper, 59-60; watermarks, 60, 62, 66; Scots White Paper Manufactory, 61-3 ; short-lived venture, 65-6; directors of White Paper Co., new management, 67 ; local mills, how distributed, 68; early paper makers near Edinburgh, 70. XXV
Paper manufacturers, 37, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Paper-making, 19, 40-59; lawsuit, 53. XXVII
Paracelsus, 16th C. physician and sceintist, 139. XXXIII
Pardouin, Alex., of Newbattle, 141. XXXIII
Paris, 51. XXIX
Parish, Mr, of Hamburg, 61. XXXIII
Park, …, preacher, 116. XXVII
Park (Holyrood) dyke. See King’s Park. XXIII
Park, Capt. Alex., East India Co., link with Warren Hastings, 94. XXVI
Park, Doctor, 62. XXXII
Park, John, ‘outed’ minister, 108. XXV
Park Place, 14, 58, 249, 250. XXIV
Park Place, 21, 22, 42 ; birthplace of Archbishop Tait, 21 ; Archd. Constable resides in, 22. XXVI
Park Place, 42, 96-98. XXXIV
Park Place Ladies’ Institution, 152. XXVI
Park Road, 221, 226. XXIV
Park, Robt., advocate, 108. XXV
Park Street, 46. XXII
Park Street, 42, 97-99, 101-102. XXXIV
Parker, John, teacher, 146. XXXII
Parker, W. M., A Note on the Hopctoun Monument, 28-37. XXII
Parkside, building in 1820s in area of, 145, 150. XXIX
Parkside House, 228, 231 ; Countess of Wigton and Lady Reay, tenants, 229-30. XXIV
Parkside, lands of, 181, 226, 227, 228, 230 ; proprietors of, 231-2 ; printing works at, 217, 233. XXIV
Parkside St., Geo. Meikle Kemp resides in, 101 n. XXIV
Parkside Street, building in 1825 in, 162. XXIX
Parliament, Acts of, 73, 91n; 1833, 31, 32; 1858, 35; 1860, 35; 1866, 32, 35, 39; 1867, 32, 33, 68, 93n; 1869, 32; 1872, 32, 36; 1874, 35; 1884, 32; 1890, 32. XXXIII
Parliament Close, 168, 179; proposed Borough Room in, 4. XXII
Parliament Close, 11, 12, 16, 39, 42, 89, 133, 136, 138, 141, 142, 143, 149, 151; a fashionable quarter, 139. XXIV
Parliament Close, 115, 116 ; building of Exchange in, 111, 115n. ; fire of 1675 in, 114-15; fire of 1824 in, 151, 168. XXIX
Parliament Close, 119, 135, 139. XXXII
Parliament Close, 32-33. XXXIV
Parliament Close, cutlers shop, 106; premises of John Clerk, microscope-maker, 170, 171. XXXIII
Parliament Close, opening in 1830 of banking house of Sir William Forbes on south-east side of, 151. XXX
Parliament, effect of plague of 1645 on, 11. XXXII
Parliament House, 177, 191. XXII
Parliament House, 43, 51, 52, 57, 136, 137, 139, 141 ; old doorway, 12 ; beautifying precincts, 133. XXIV
Parliament House, 125, 150 ; sundials at, 101. XXVII
Parliament House, 103, 109, 116-17 ; relations between
Charles I and Edinburgh concerning building of, 93-4, 96; tax on
merchants for building in 1632 of, 96 ; improvement in late seventeenth
century of approach to, 115 and n. ; meetings in 1815 and 1819 of first
and second Edinburgh musical festivals in, 157n. XXIX
Parliament House, 53. XXXII
Parliament House, 125. XXXIII
Parliament House, 30-31, 34, 46, 49. XXXIV
Parliament House, Skene’s drawings of, 135. XXV
Parliament, Scots, 164. XXII
Parliament Square, 30, 44, 49, 50. XXXIV
Parliament Square, 155n. ; proposal in 1824 for eastern extension of, 157. XXIX
Parliament Square, No. 9, 125; proposed site for 1885 Cross of Edinburgh, 156. XXXIII
Parliament Stairs, 133. XXIV
Parliament Stairs, 142. XXV
Parnell, Chas. Stewart, 35, 39; freedom of Edinburgh, 1889, 35. XXXIII
Parnellites, 33, 39. XXXIII
Parochial Board, 38. XXXIII
Parochial Board manages charity work- house, 55. XXII
Parry, Capt., Polar expedition, 107. XXVI
Parry, Sir Wm. Ed., Captain, R.N., attempt to reach the North Pole, 147, 148. XXXIII
Parsons, Antony, sells drugs and makes cabinet organs, 139. XXII
Parsons, Mr., 115. XXX
Parsonsknowes, 8. XXXIV
Parsonsknows (Persounknowis), 66, 69. XXIII
Pasquale, Nicolo, teacher of music, 146. XXXII
Passerini, Signor, teacher, 146. XXXII
Pastry School, James’s Court, 115. XXXII
Paterson & Sons, music sellers, 132. XXX
Paterson, Alexander, of Caverhill, merchant burgess, 115-17. XXIX
Paterson, Alexander, second son of John Paterson, Archbishop of Glasgow, 118. XXIX
Paterson, Andrew, of Inch or Kirktoun, deacon of wrights, 124. XXIX
Paterson, Andrew, teacher, 146. XXXII
Paterson, Andrew, wright, 117. XXIX
Paterson, Colonel, 73. XXX
Paterson, George, of Castle Huntly, 225. XXXII
Paterson, George, teacher, 146. XXXII
Paterson, Hugh, of Spring Garden, 216. XXIV
Paterson, Hugh, surgeon, 60. XXXIV
Paterson, James, teacher, 146. XXXII
Paterson, John, architect, 97. XXIV
Paterson, John, Bishop of Edinburgh and later Archbishop of Glasgow, 118 and n. XXIX
Paterson, John, cordiner, Canongate, 2, 10n. XXXIV
Paterson, John, paper maker, 55. XXV
Paterson, Mrs., proprietrix of Harrow Inn, her bequest to Newington parish, 178-9. XXIV
Paterson, Peter, and Piershill and Three Steps, 67, 68, 71. XXIII
Paterson, Richard, 4. XXXIV
Paterson, Robert, music seller, 132. XXX
Paterson, Robert Roy, son of [Paterson, Robert, music seller], 132 and n. XXX
Paterson, Robert, writer, 115 and n. XXIX
Paterson, Robt., commissary clerk of Peebles, 207. XXIV
Paterson, Sir Hew, of Bannockburn, 120, 209. XXV
Paterson, Sir Hugh, of Bannockburn, W.S., Keeper of the Signet, 118 and n. XXIX
Paterson, Thomas, feuar in Morningside, 71, 76. XXIV
Paterson, Thos., Secy. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 115, 123; resignation, 115. XXXIII
Paterson, Wm., founder of Bank of England, grand-uncle of Benj. Bell, 162. XXIV
Paterson, Wm., Joiners’ Secretary, factory inspector, Firemaster of Glasgow, 33. XXXIII
Patersone, Thomas, tailor, 218. XXXII
Paterson’s Court, Lawnmarket, 128, 140. XXXII
Paterson’s Tavern, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
Patison, John, W.S., 13, 15, 20, 33, 39, 42, 57, 58, 62. XXIV
Paton, George, writing master, 146. XXXII
Paton, Henry M., Notes on an old Lawsuit about Duddingston Mills, 101-110; St. Leonards Lands and Hospital, 111-146. XXIII
Paton, Henry M., The Bore Stone, 108-25 ; Lands of St. Leonards : Southern Section, 198-238. XXIV
Paton, J., 71. XXX
Paton, John, builder, connection with Dean Bridge project of, 166-8. XXX
Paton, Joseph Neil, prizes won for damask designs by, 61. XXXI
Paton, Lady Noel, plants tree, 17. XXVI
Paton, Lt.-Col. Robert, Governor of St. Helena, 71, 80. XXX
Paton, Maria, 80. XXX
Paton, Miss, 86. XXXIII
Paton, Miss, actress in 1823 in Edinburgh, 147. XXIX
Paton, Miss, singer, sister of [Paton, Miss, actress], 147. XXIX
Paton, Mr., chemist, 216. XXXII
Paton, Mr., writing master, 147. XXIX
Paton, Mrs., 80. XXX
Paton, Sally, 80. XXX
Paton, Sir J. Noel, 38, 121n. XXXV
Paton, Sir Joseph Noel, 59 ; painter, collector of armoury and antiquities, 89. XXVI
Paton, Sir Joseph Noel, artist, 65, 75, 82, 86, 87, 88, 88n. XXXIII
Paton, Sir Joseph Noel, R.S.A., design in 1859 for
proposed memorial to Wallace and Bruce by, 55 ; design for proposed
Albert Memorial by, 56-7. XXX
Paton, Sir Noel, 37. XXVII
Paton, W. M. , his murals for New Medical School, 102. XXXIV
Paton, Waller Hugh, B..S.A., 59. XXVI
Paton, Walter Hugh, artist, 82, 88, 94n. XXXIII
Patons, The, 77, 78, 79, 80. XXX
Patriot, The, Chair Makers’ resolution in, 23, 24. XXXIII
Pattison, Mr and Mrs, 72, 127n. XXXV
Patton, David, painter, 127 and n. XXIX
Patton, Geo., Lord Glenalmond, Lord Justice Clerk, suicide of, 76, 92n. XXXIII
Paul, Dr, 74. XXXIII
‘Paul Jones,’ 34, 128. XXVI
Paul, Rev. Dr. John, 55. XXVI
Paul, Robert, banker, Drumsheugh, 79 n., 87. XXV
Paul, Robt., 83. XXXIII
Paul, Sir James Balfour, 121, 123. XXVII
Paul, Sir Jas. Balfour, History of the Royal Company of Archers, 1875, 13. XXXIII
Paul, Sir Jas. Balfour, Lyon King of Arms, 55. XXVI
Paul, William, erects bath-stove in Leith, 1654, 57-58. XXXIV
Paulitius, Dr. John, appointment in 1644 by Edinburgh Town Council to visit suspected plague victims of, 10. XXXII
Paul’s Wark, 136. XXV
Paul’s Work, 158, 162, 165, 166 ; linen-making at, 18. XXVII
Paul’s Work, 115, 156. XXXII
Paul’s Work, Leith Wynd, 38-9. XXII
Paur, Ernst, pianist, 68, 90n. XXXIII
Pavillon, Charles, artist and teacher of drawing, 146. XXXII
Pavillon, Charles, master of School of Design, 68. XXVII
Paxton House, furniture made in 1814-15 in Edinburgh for, 35. XXXII
‘Peace and Plenty,’ 28. XXII
Peake, Sir Henry, 167. XXXI
Pearl, a convoy ship, 96. XXVIII
Pearson, Alexander, advocate, 155. XXXV
Pearson, Alexander, merchant, 155. XXXV
Pearson, Andrew, W.S., 123. XXXIII
Pearson, David, A. G., 124. XXXIII
Pearson, Norman, 124. XXXIII
Pearson, Peter, 43. XXXV
Pearson’s Close, 16. XXII
Pearson’s Close, 156. XXXII
Pearson’s Close, 39. XXXIV
Pearson’s Close, 154-155. XXXV
Peat, Admiral David, 198. XXXII
Peat, Captain, R.N., Councillor, 37. XXXIII
Peat, John, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163, 169. XXXII
Peddie, John Dick, R.S.A., 41 ; The Calton Hill and its capabilities : the National Monument completed, 1866, 40. XXX
Peddie, Rev. Wm., Bristo Church, 163. XXVI
Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil, 80, 93n. XXXIII
Peebles, 109. XXXIV
Peebles High School, 136. XXXV
Peebles Wynd, 216; Quakers’ meeting- house in, 222, 225. XXII
Peebles Wynd, 10, 35. XXIV
Peebles Wynd, 98. XXIX
Peebles Wynd, 134, 140, 156. XXXII
Peeblesshire, 1, 117. XXXIV
Peel, Sir Robert, 57-58, 124n, 135. XXXV
Peeres, Alex., builds tennis court at Holyrood, 251. XXIV
Peers’ Ball, 1822, 68, 89, 91, 102, 105, 132-136, 139-47, 153-4, 158, 167. XXXI
Peers, Scottish, and Holyroodhouse, 44. XXIII
Peffermill, 104; old road to, 182 and n., 183, 189, 236. XXIV
Peffermill, 38. XXXIV
Peffermill, origin of name, 54; dovecote at, 200. XXV
Peffermill, sundials at, 100, 103. XXVII
Peggy’s Mill, Cramond, 47, 70. XXV
Peibles, Alex., advocate, 59, 60. XXII
Peirie, John, H.M. Guards, 119. XXV
Pelrygge : see Pilrig House. XXXII
Pencaitland, ownership by Kelso and Dryburgh Abbeys of parish church of, 4 and n., 5. XXX
Penda of Mercia, 143. XXXV
Pendreich, 7, 15. XXXIV
Penicuik, 115, 117. XXXIII
Penicuik, 165; prison depot built at, 163. XXXV
Penicuik, Alexander, of Newhall, 121. XXIX
Penicuik, Gilbert, of that Ilk, 21. XXXIV
Penicuik House, ice house at, 122, 123. XXVIII
Penicuik House, ponds, 99. XXXIII
Penicuik, James, writer, son of [Penicuik, Alexander, of Newhall], 121 and n. XXIX
Penicuik, lairds of, 202. XXXII
Penicuik, parish of, 144. XXXV
Penicuik, service payable for fief of’, 109, 110 n.; lairds of, 112 and n. XXIV
Penington, Sergeant, 86. XXXII
Penman, Adam, 203. XXIV
Penman, Bethia, 203. XXIV
Penman, Geo., merchant, 203. XXIV
Penman, Jas., goldsmith, 112. XXV
Penman, John, teacher, 146. XXXII
Penman, Robt., writer, 203. XXIV
Penman’s Land, 135. XXIII
‘Penman’s Land,’ 203. XXIV
Pennington, Colonel, 67. XXXI
Pennington, DrJames C., 10, 11, 15, 40, 53, 115n, 121n. XXXV
Penny bridals, prohibition in 1645 by Edinburgh Town Council of the holding of, 10. XXXII
Penny Post in eighteenth century, 262. XXII
Penny Post, operation in Edinburgh of, 149 and n. XXIX
Penson, Robertson and Co., opening of music salon in Princes Street in 1810 by, 114. XXX
Pentland, lands of, 27, 28. XXVII
Pentland, R. W., music seller, 132. XXX
Pentlands, 138. XXXIII
Pentlands, gold in, 84. XXIV
Pepper, Charles, teacher of French, 147. XXXII
Pepys, Samuel, 97. XXXIII
Perigal, Arthur, artist, 86, 88, 95n. XXXIII
Permissive Bill Association, 33, 39. XXXIII
Perry, William, teacher, 147. XXXII
Perseus, a convoy ship, 102. XXVIII
Perth, 11. XXXII
Perth, double hummum opened in, 1702, 57. XXXIV
Perth, Earl of, 98. XXVII
Perth Grammar School, 150. XXXII
Perth, James, Lord, 166. XXXI
Perth Penitentiary, 43. XXXV
Perth, pikemen of, 189. XXIX
Perth, prison depot built at, 163, 167. XXXV
Pescatore, Signor, teacher of singing, 147. XXXII
Pestilence, 82. XXIII
Pet Marjorie, 65. XXVII
Peter, Alex., wright, 13. XXII
Peterborough, monk of, 141. XXXV
Peterhead, ownership by Merchant Maiden Hospital of
land on which is built the town of, 8 ; growth of, 8 ; relations
between Merchant Maiden Hospital and, 8; expectations of sales by
Merchant Maiden Hospital of land in, 20 ; cholera fund of 1832 in, 37 ;
factor of estates of Merchant Maiden Hospital at, 51. XXIX
Peter’s Letters to his Kinsfolk, 104, 122, 125. XXVI
Petrie, Mr., meetings of Luggy Club in tavern of, 44 ; location of tavern of, 50-51. XXXI
Petrie, Patrick, teacher, 147. XXXII
petty customs, 112ff; rouping of, 112; rouping of
Midlothian, 112-113; Twopenny Custom, 115-116; table of rents from
(Midlothian), 116. XXXIV
Petyname, 68. XXXIV
Phesdo, Lord. See Falconer, Jas. XXV
Philadelphia, the Franklin Institute and typefounding trade, 44-50. XXVIII
Philde, Perthshire, lands of, 2 and n. XXXI
Philip, John, artist, 69, 90n. XXXIII
Philiphaugh, Lady, 38. XXVI
Philips, Agnes, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 92. XXIX
Philips, James, teacher, 147. XXXII
Philips, Mr., Commissioner of Customs, 64. XXVIII
Philips, Thomas, bookseller, 130 and n. XXX
Philips, William, teacher, 147. XXXII
Philliside. See Fillyside. XXII
‘Philo Scotus’ (P. B. Ainslie), author of Reminiscences of a Scottish Gentleman, 42. XXV
Philosophical Institution, Reading Room of, 17, 98, 101-102, 116n, 132n. XXXV
Philosophical Society, 21, 22. XXVII
Phin, John, S.S.C., 73, 76, 88n. XXXIII
Phoenix Fire Office, 128. XXXIII
Photographers, 89n, 123, 151, 152, 153, 155. XXXIII
Physic Garden, 53, 147, 148 ; Prof. Hope’s report on, 54-5 ; Treasury grant for, 55. XXIII
Physic Garden, 37. XXIV
Physic Garden, 100, 140. XXV
Physic Garden, 125, 142, 145, 158. XXVII
Physic Garden, 179. XXXI
Physic Garden, 33, 43, 48. XXXIV
Physic Gardens, 173. XXII
Physicians and Surgeons, College of, 14; supports Infirmary scheme, 6. XXVII
Physicians, College of, George Street, 9. XXIII
Physicians’ Hall, Queen Street, 31. XXIX
Physicians, Royal College of, 133, 138, 148; and
charity workhouse, 39 ; oppose German quack, 139 ; protest against
quack oculist, 144-5 ; his reply, 146-7. XXII
Physicians, Royal College of, Edinburgh, 187. XXIV
Piatti, Alfredo, cellist, 71, 91n. XXXIII
Picard, Monsieur, teacher of fencing, 147. XXXII
Picardy, 42. XXXIV
Picardy, 58 and n. XXXI
Picardy, French weaving colony, origin, 1, 2 ;
authentic account, 2 ; skilled French workers, conditions of
employment, 3-4 ; arrival of weavers at Leith, 6; names of five
families, 6-7 ; lodged in Candlemaker Row, 7 ; various sites for
permanent settlement, 8; boundaries, 9; terms of charter anent, 10;
houses erected, 11 ; initial expenditure on village, 12; weavers at
work, their enterprise, 12 ; spinning school, 13 ; apprentices, 14, 15;
trade difficulties, 17 ; developing cambric industry, 18, 19 ; colony
declines, 20 ; Dutchmen imported, 20-21, 22 ; allotment of looms, 21 ;
management of colony by two merchants, 23 ; Irish weavers introduced,
23 ; looms increased, results, 24; French competition in cambrics, 25;
losses, McCulloch and Tod agreement annulled, 26 ; further decline, 27;
ruinous buildings, 28; new road through colony, 29 ; buildings and
streets at, 30 ; slow sale of houses erected by Burn, 32 ; memorial
against paying public burdens, 33. XXV
Picardy Gardens, 250. XXIV
Picardy Place, 12, 32, 33 ; formation of, 30. XXV
Picardy Place, 80, 83, 84. XXVII
Picardy Place, Lord Eldin’s house in, 86. XXII
Picardy weavers, 208-9. XXIV
Piers, Colonel, 63, 64. XXIII
Piers Plowman, 120. XXX
Piersfield, 63. XXIII
Piershill barracks, 254-5. XXII
Piershill Barracks, 24. XXXII
Piershill, Grant’s Old and New Edinburgh and
origin of name, 63-4 ; first recorded owner, 64; distinct heritable
subject in sixteenth century, 65; early record of name, 65 ; granted to
heirs of Robert Logan of Restalrig, 65; lands of, and Three Steps, 65,
79; Henry Cunningham and, 66 ; later owners, 66, 68, 70, 73, 75;
Balmerino re-feus, 67; lands of, forfeited, 69; to be let or sold, 70-1
; Craufurd family and, 72 ; erection of barracks, 75, 77-8. XXIII
Piershill House, 63. XXIII
Pigeon houses as part of estates, 156. XXV
Pigot, Mr., 97. XXX
“Pilgarlick,” 15. XXXIII
Pillans, James, Professor of Humanity, 157. XXXI
Pillans, Jas., Rector of High School of Edinburgh, 88n; funeral, 67. XXXIII
Pillans, Mrs. Helen, 76, 157. XXXI
Pillans, Mrs. James, 66, 67, 71, 73, 75, 86, 91, 99, 118. XXX
Pillans, Professor James, 66, 75, 80, 86, 99, 100. XXX
Pilrig, 19. XXXII
Pilrig, 1, 8, 20. XXXIV
Pilrig, Gilbert Kirkwood purchases lands of, 161 ;
builder of mansion, 161-6 ; transferred from St. Cuthbert’s parish to
South Leith, 164 ; estate sold to Douglases of Kelhead, 165. XXII
Pilrig House, 3, 218 11. XXXII
Pilrig House, eighteenth-century description of, 211. XXV
Pilrig House, sundial at, 102. XXVII
Pilrig, lands of, 218 n. XXXII
Pilton (Pyltoun), lands of, 122, 200 ; mansion burnt,
Lords Montgomery of Eglinton early owners, charters, 34-5; granted to
Peter Rollock, feued to Maughan, 35; acquired by Sir Hugh McCulloch,
37; sold to Thomas Fairholm of Kinglass, later to George Ainslie,
merchant, 39; distinguished members of Ainslie family, 39-46 ;
reminiscences of, by P. B. Ainslie, 42-5. XXV
Pilton East, 34 n., 37, 38. XXV
Pilton estate, 77. XXIV
Pilton, Lord, judicial title of Peter Rollock of Pilton, 35. XXV
Pilton West, 34, 37, 38, 43. XXV
Pimiehall, 180. XXVII
Pine, Mrs., teacher, 140, 147. XXXII
Pinkcarton, Cuthbert, cordiner, Canongate, 10n. XXXIV
Pinkerton, Somerville, 29. XXV
Pinkie, 212; dovecote at, 173, 188-9. XXV
Pinkie House, sundials at, 101, 103, 104. XXVII
Pinkie House, visited by the Club, App. p. 3 ; ice house at, 136-8. XXVIII
pipes, clay tobacco, excavated at Newhaven, 76. XXXIV
Pirates in Firth of Forth, 34. XXVI
Pirrie, George, teacher of mathematics, 147. XXXII
Pitcairlie : see Bayne, John, of Pitcairlie. XXIX
Pitcairn, Archibald, physician, 128, 129. XXVII
Pitcairn, Dr., 67. XXX
Pitcairn, Dr. Arohd., 82. XXV
Pitcairn, John, of Pitcairns, 58. XXVII
Pitcairn, John, paper maker, 47. XXV
Pitcairn, William, Deputy Keeper of Holyroodhouse, lets his official apartment, 45. XXIII
Pitcaithly, Perthshire, hotel at, 76. XXXI
Pitcarlie : see Bayne, John, of Pitcairlie. XXIX
Pitcartley : see Pitcaithly, Perthshire. XXXI
Pitman, Frederick, W.S., 92n. XXXIII
Pitscottie. See Lindsay, Robt. XXIV
Pitsligo Road, 200. XXXII
Pitsligo Road, 79 n. XXIV
Pitt Street, 164. XXIX
Pitt, Wm., in Edinburgh, 54. XXIV
Pittedie’s ‘land,’ 97. XXV
Pittit, Peter, sailmaker, 41. XXXII
Pius IX, Pope, 98, 132n, 135. XXXV
Plague, 31. XXVII
Plague : see Bubonic plague. XXXII
Plague (1645), heather from Pilrig estate burnt as disinfectant in stricken house in Leith, 165. 8 XXII
plague, outbreak of, 1514, 25. XXXIV
plaid, Indian, 44. XXXV
Plaid shawls, period of popularity of, 52. XXXI
Plaids, prohibition in 1645 by Edinburgh Town Council of the wearing of, 10. XXXII
Plainstanes Close, Canongate, 48. XXXIII
Plan of Communication between New and Old Town, 117. XXVI
Plaster restorers, 5-6, 9. XXXIII
Player, James F., riding master, 191. XXXII
Player’s riding school, Tollcross, 191, 207. XXXII
Playfair, John, 76, 80, 81, 83, 86; plans and specifications, 82. XXVII
Playfair, John, Professor of Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University, 157. XXX
Playfair, Lyon, 71, 72, 74, 86, 91n. XXXIII
Playfair, W. H., architect, 49, 51; his 1814 plan for ground to east of Leith Walk adopted, 45; unfinished, 50. XXXIV
Playfair, Wm. Henry, architect, 77. XXXIII
Playfair,William Henry, architect, 50 ; connection
with National Monument of, 38 ; connection with Dean Bridge project of,
167. XXX
Playing About, 75. XXV
Playing cards, 44; factory at Restalrig, 18. XXVII
Pleasance, 81, 82, 109, 174, 220, 222, 226 ; tailors in, 99 ; Quakers’ burial ground, 210. XXII
Pleasance, 3, 61, 125. XXVII
Pleasance, 139, 180 ; building in 1820s in, 145, 150. XXIX
Pleasance, 118, 125, 151. XXXII
Pleasance, 4, 5, 12n, 21, 37, 42, 48, 114. XXXIV
Pleasance, alias Dearenough (Diraneuch), 111, 118,
119, 129, 130, 136-43, 144, 146; acquired by town, 113; Roxburgh family
and, 136; three acres owned by Friar Preachers, 136; were they separate
properties ?, 137-8 ; name of English origin, 139; restricted use of
name, 139-40; becomes town property; divided into two parts; feued, 140
; Cracklinghouse, Quakers’ Meeting House, 141-3. XXIII
Plenderleath and Company, linen manufacturers, 55. XXXI
Plenderleath, Mr., 69. XXX
Plenderleaths, The, 69. XXX
Plewlands, 16. XXXIV
Plewlands Farm, 104. XXIV
Plummer, Dr. Andrew, 22. XXVII
Plummer, Mrs., 225. XXXII
Plymouth, 166. XXXV
Plymouth, departure of H.M.S. Challenger, 50; marine station, 55, 56. XXXIII
Poetical Exercises, by James VI, 40. XXVII
Poker Club, 51, 83. XXVI
Poker Club, 96. XXXIII
Polain, Absolam, 23. XXV
Polain, Claud, 8, 21. XXV
Polain, Mary, 27. XXV
Police, 39; police commissions, 32. XXXIII
Police Commissioners, establishment of, 1805, their
powers and election, 42, 43; 1812 increase of electorate, 44; 46;
further extension of wards, 52; their jurisdiction united with that of
Town Council, 1856, XXXIV
‘Political Martyrs’ monument, 180 n. XXIV
Political Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers’ in
Edinburgh, 24; amalgamation with Edinburgh Cabinet and Chair Makers’
Trade Union, 25. XXXIII
Polkemmet, Lord. See Baillie, Wm. XXVI
Poll Tax returns (seventeenth century), incomplete,
90-1 ; inception and details, 92-5 ; rating not too severe, 93 ; how
returns were rendered, 94 ; variable nature, 95; particulars required,
98; Old Kirk Parish, boundaries, 96-7 ; servants, apprentices,
99-100 ; maid-servants, 100-3 ; respectability, 103 ; lawyers
predominate, 104-8 ; merchants, 108-12 ; crafts more numerous than
merchants and lawyers, 112-15; vintners, 115-16 ; ministers and
physicians, 117-18 ; schools, 118 ; widows of gentlefolk, 121 ;
supplementary returns, 124-6. XXV
Poll Tax Returns for 1694, 130n., 133n. XXIX
Pollock, David, 84. XXVII
Pollock, Robert, 19, 117n. XXXV
Polton paper mill company, 58. XXVII
Polwarth, Lord, 138. XXVI
Polwarth Terrace, 198, 206. XXXII
Pomona, a convoy ship, 105. XXVIII
Pont, John, medical quack, gives stage plays and sells ointments, 134-5, 139. XXII
Pont, Rev. Robert, 6. XXXIV
Pont, Timothy, map 1610, 139. XXXIII
Pontefract, lordship of, 144. XXXV
Pontons, the, Melrose, 73. XXXV
Poog, Mrs., 37. XXXII
Poole, Mr., 71. XXX
Poor law administration, 38. XXII
Poor Law Inquiry Commission, Glasgow Chair Makers’ Union, 19; evidence of John Wright, 10, 23. XXXIII
Poor, Money for, public agitation in 1830 for making
lawyers and members of College of Justice liable for paying share of,
150-1. XXX
Poor, provision of food and money for, 157. XXVIII
Poor, Tailors’ Incorporation, Canongate, and care of,
117 ; treatment of, in Infirmary, 134 ; quack oculist ministers to,
143. XXII
Poorhouses, 46, 65, 68, 69, 89-90n. XXXIII
Port Hopetoun, 163 ; proposal for building in
Orchardfield of, 24; proposed branch railway from Leith to, 24 ;
building in 1823 in Lothian Road opposite, 145 and n. ; insufficiency
in 1823 of, 148. XXIX
Port Hopetoun, 147. XXX
Port Hopetoun, 48, 50. XXXIV
Port Mahon, a convoy frigate, 96. XXVIII
Portable Gas Company, formation in 1826 of, 175 and n. ; dissolution in 1827 of, 178. XXIX
Porteous, Captain, 93. XXXII
Porteous, Christian, 214. XXIV
Porteous, James, 192. XXXII
Porteous, James, chaplain to Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Porteous, Jas., weaver, 23. XXV
Porteous, John, tailor, Canongatehead, adjutant to Trained Bands, 6, 9. XXVII
Porteous, Rev. Dr., 11. XXVI
Porteous Riot, 9, 11. XXVII
Porteous Riot, 34. XXXIV
Porter, Mr., 80. XXX
Porter, Mrs., 74. XXX
Porter, Reverend Mr., teacher, 147. XXXII
Porter, street, functions of, 59ff. XXVIII
Porterfield, Janet, heir to Sir Wm. Lockhart, 101. XXVI
Porterfield, John, of Fullwood, 116. XXVI
Porterfield, Walter, surgeon, owner of Mayfield, 189 ; and Parkside, 232. XXIV
Porterfields of Fullwood, 101. XXVI
Porteriield, James, teacher of English, 147. XXXII
Porters and Tronmen, 214. XXV
Portland Bread, 42. XXIX
Portobello, 63. XXIII
Portobello, 76, 182; building in 1825 of road between southern part of Edinburgh, Musselburgh and, 165. XXIX
Portobello, 42, 54, 78, 83; public baths, 1804, 79; development of as holiday resort, 79-80; population table, 80. XXXIV
Portobello, 12, 13, 20, 37, 42-43, 52-54, 57, 60, 67, 90, 106. XXXV
Portobello, annexation by Edinburgh, 1896, 32, 40n; pier, 79, 80. XXXIII
Portobello, cavalry review held by George IV in 1822 on sands of, 136-9, 165. XXXI
Portobello House : see Portobello Hut. XXXI
Portobello Hut, 179-80. XXXI
Portobello, proposals in 1831 for building of harbour
at, 155 ; reaction of citizens to creation in 1833 as burgh of,
158-9. XXX
Portobello Road, 32. XXXV
Portsburgh, 61 ; Easter, 56, 63-4, 77 ; Wester, 57. XXII
Portsburgh, 43 ; Chapel. of St. Mary, 25, (illus.) 27; Easter, 199; Wester, 203 u. XXIV
Portsburgh, 3, 44. XXVII
Portsburgh, 121. XXXII
Portsburgh, 148 and n. XXIX
Portsburgh, absorption by Edinburgh, 1856, 32. XXXIII
Portsburgh District Prayer Meeting, 27. XXXV
Portsburgh, made burgh of regality under Edinburgh, 1648, 29; 34, 43; subordinate jurisdiction abolished, 1656, 53. XXXIV
Portsburgh U.P. Church, The Vennel, 3, 4, 9, 17, 19,
24-25, 28, 32, 34, 36-37, 39, 41, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58-60,
62, 64, 88, 90-92, 94, 98, 100, 103-104, 108, 112n, 137. XXXV
Portsburgh, Wester, 42. XXXIV
Portsburgh Young Men’s Sabbath Meeting, 107. XXXV
Portsmouth, Percy, sculptor, 155. XXVI
Post Office, 93. XXXIV
Post Office, directory, 1773, 172; 1796, 174; general, 72, 125. XXXIII
Post, Penny, in eighteenth century, 262. XXII
Post Road, to Musselburgh, 109, 114. XXXIV
Post-house stairs : see Old Post Office Stairs. XXXII
Potter, London artist, 88. XXXIII
Potterrow, 58, 59, 61, 64, 65, 70, 71, 75, 76, 77, 78,
79, 82, 84, 85, 88, 174 ; divides lands of Bristo, 56 ; superiority of,
62 ; crafts in, 63-4. XXII
Potterrow, 111, 132, 133. XXIII
Potterrow, 198, 199, 201, 217. XXIV
Potterrow, 136. XXV
Potterrow, 17, 23, 24. XXVI
Potterrow, 151. XXVII
Potterrow, 139. XXIX
Potterrow, 18, 130, 136, 145. XXXII
Potterrow, 29, 40. XXXIV
Potterrow Port, 6. XXVII
Potterrow Port, 115. XXXII
Potterrow Port, 114. XXXIV
Potterrow Port, 64, 65, 70 n., 81. XXII
pottery, late medieval, excavated at Newhaven, 74, 76. XXXIV
Pottery, Queensware and Columbian, 47. XXVIII
Poulterer to the King, office of, 3 and n. XXXI
Poultry Lands, possession by Sir Alexander Napier of, 3 and n. XXXI
Pow Burn, 194, 204. XXXII
Pow Burn, 104 and n. XXIV
Pow, Robt., schoolmaster, Leith, 122. XXV
Powburn, 4. XXIII
Powburn, 80-81, 83, 109. XXXIV
Powburn, lands of, 160, 179, 190; owned by Agnes and
Margt. A. Home, 190; toll, 156 n., 191 ; mansion, 191 ; skirmish at,
202. 4 XXIV
Powderhall, 13. XXX
Pratt, Aleson, 17. XXXIV
Pratt, Geo., member of Central Committee of Chair Makers’ Union, 18, 24, 25. XXXIII
Pratt, Thos., of Hexham, 180. XXXIII
Preaching Friars’ Vennel (Blackfriars’ Wynd), 240. XXIV
President’s Stairs, 156. XXXII
Preston, 15. XXXIV
Preston, battle of, 105. XXIX
Preston, David, of Craigmillar, 154. XXXV
Preston, dweller in Canongate, 16th C., 49. XXXIII
Preston, John, 154. XXXV
Preston, John, of Gorton, 219. XXIV
Preston, Katherine, 7, 16. XXXIV
Preston, Margaret, daughter of Sir Simon Preston of Craigmillar, wife of Alexander Thomson, advocate, 108. XXIII
Preston of Valleyfield, Sir Charles, 67. XXVIII
Preston, Sir Robt., of Valleyfield and Lutton, 219. XXIV
Preston, Sir Simon, of Craigmillar, his house in the High Street, 149-150. XXXV
Preston St. burying ground, 155, 167, 179 ; history of, 180-1, 219, 221. XXIV
Preston Street, 165. XXIX
Preston, Symon, 154-155. XXXV
Preston, The Misses, teachers, 147. XXXII
Prestonfield, 84. XXXIV
Prestonfield (or Priestfield), 178, 184-8, 198, 221,
235 ; conveyance of lands of, successive owners, 184-5 ; original name
discarded, 185 ; Dick family and, 185 ; mansion burnt by College
youths, 185-6 ; original manor house and successor, 186 ; Jacobite
memories, 186 ; rhubarb first grown at, 187 ; literary associations,
187-8. XXIV
Prestonfield (Priestfield), 54. XXV
Prestonfield House, 14; sundial at, 103, 104. XXVII
Prestongrange House, painted timber ceiling, 7, 8-9; pl. facing page 4. XXXIII
Prestongrange, Lord. See Grant, Wm. XXII
Prestonhall House, ice house at, 124. XXVIII
Prestonpans, battle of, 41. XXV
Preston’s Close, 149, 154-155. XXXV
Prestons, of Craigmillar, 141. XXXIII
Price books, Chair Makers’, 17. XXXIII
Price, Charles, bank-note forger, 46. XXVII
Priestfield, 112. XXIII
Priestfield. See Prestonfield. XXV
Priesthill: see Gracemount. XXXIII
Primitive Methodist Church, 43, 44n. XXXIII
Primrose, Archd., of Dalmeny, 148. XXIV
Primrose, Mrs., of Castle Huntly, 226. XXXII
Prince Charles Edward, 20. XXVII
Prince, Magnus, tacksman of Town’s brewery, 130-1. XXIV
Prince of Wales Tavern, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
Princes Street, 5, 9 ; feuars and, 11 ; George III and naming of, 13; proprietors of, and St. Cuthbert’s glebe, 59, 60. XXIII
Princes Street, 62, 63, 64, 85; erection of 13. XXVII
Princes Street, 35, 52, 129, 134, 207, 212. XXXII
Princes Street, 66, 72; Central Hotel, 108; Fortune’s Hotel, 108; Greliche’s Hotel, 108; No. 10, 125; No. 15, 125; No. 32, 121; No. 53, 125; No. 79, tramlines, laying of, 81; Windsor Hotel, 108. XXXIII
Princes Street, 40-52; 1776 Act stops building on
S-side of, 40; 1816 Act gives permission for St John’s Church, 45;
effect on of canal proposal, 48; 1822 Act repeats former restrictions,
49; railway schemes and protests, 50-51; 114. XXXIV
Princes Street, 6, 40, 145, 183 n., 191, 248. XXIV
Princes Street, 27, 30-31, 42, S9, 104, 138. XXXV
Princes Street Gardens, 44 ; proposal for re-building
Trinity College Church in, 50 ; proposal to build memorial to Wallace
and Bruce in, 55 ; proposal for Gallery of Modern Art in, 59. XXX
Princes Street, 143n., 144, 156, 167; disapproval of
filling up of North Loch and of proposed building to south of, 169 and
n. XXIX
Princes Street Proprietors, 45, 51, 56n. XXXIV
Princes Street, Skene’s drawings of, 137. XXV
Princes Street, trades in 1834-5 in, 128. XXX
Princess of Wales, a convoy ship, 98. XXVIII
Principality lands of Pilton, 34. XXV
Pringle, Agnes, wife of John Hislop, wright, 133 and n. XXIX
Pringle, Alex., of Whytbank, 77. XXVI
Pringle, Alexander, of Whitebank, 168. XXX
Pringle, Andrew, Lord Alemore, 73. XXIII
Pringle, Anne, of Crichton, 131. XXVI
Pringle, Catherine, 91 n. XXIV
Pringle, Elizabeth C., 78. XXIV
Pringle, Isobel, 78. XXIV
Pringle, Jas., ninth of Torwoodlee, 119. XXXIII
Pringle, Jas., of Bowland, 78. XXIV
Pringle, Jas., of Greenknowe, 78. XXIV
Pringle, Jean, widow of Hugh Scott, minister of Galashiels, 116. XXIX
Pringle, John, 133. XXVII
Pringle, John, advocate, 118. XXXIII
Pringle, John, of Crichton, 131. XXVI
Pringle, John, of The Haining, 119. XXVI
Pringle, John, W.S., grandson of Sir Robt., of Stitchel, 103. XXVI
Pringle, Lucky, 213 n. XXIV
Pringle, Major Norman, 155, 167. XXXI
Pringle, Mark, M.P., 226. XXXII
Pringle, Mark, of Clifton, marries heiress of Fairnielee, 131. XXVI
Pringle, Miss, 80. XXX
Pringle, Miss, of Honey, 226. XXXII
Pringle, Mrs. John, grocer, 226. XXXII
Pringle, Mrs., of Bowland, 226. XXXII
Pringle, Mrs. Violet, of The Haining, 119. XXVI
Pringle of Craigend, 108. XXV
Pringle, Robt., son of Sir Walter, Lord Newhall, 69. XXII
Pringle, Sheriff, 8. XXVI
Pringle, Sir Jas., of Stitchel, 86. XXVI
Pringle, Sir Jas., of Torwoodlee, 84-5, 86 ; M.P. for Berwickshire, Master of Works in Scotland, 87. XXVI
Pringle, Sir John, 68; physician to George III, visited by Jas. Boswell, 86. XXVI
Pringle, Sir John, his letter anent New Town, 12, 13. XXIII
Pringle, Sir Walter, of Newhall (Lord Newhall), his mansion in Potterrow, 69, 70 n. XXII
Pringle, Sophia, 78. XXIV
Pringle, Walter, teacher of English, 147. XXXII
Pringles, of Torwoodlee, members of Edinburgh Skating Club, 99. XXXIII
Printed shawls, 59. XXXI
Printers, publishers and booksellers, 31, 34, 36, 37,
38, 44, 62, 67, 79, 83, 84, 85, 89n, 93n, 94n, 99, 115, 119, 122,
125. XXXIII
Printing, machines, hand, 45; type, 45. XXXIII
Printing trade expands and improves, 19. XXVII
Printing-houses in Royal Exchange, 14. XXII
Prior, Mathew, poet, 88, 129n. XXXV
Priorbank, 72, 81, 129n. XXXV
Prisoner of War Commissioners, London, 163-164. XXXV
Privateering on East Coast, by French ships, 79-109; by Swedish ships, 96; by Spanish, Dutch and American ships, 97ff. XXVIII
Privy Council, 137 ; grants quack liberty to erect stage, 139. XXII
Privy Council, 127, 136, 140 ; and Exchange building, 138. XXIV
Privy Council, 126. XXVII
Privy Council, 161. XXXV
Prize, The, performance in Edinburgh in 1803 of, 90. XXX
Profit, Alex. Prophet, author of “Bible Land manuscript,” builder, owner of Bible Land, c. 1905, 45, 47, 49. XXXIII
Prophit, Rev. Jas., 69, 90n. XXXIII
Proposals for Carrying on Certain Public Works in Edinburgh, 175. XXIV
‘Proposals for Public Works in Edinburgh,’ 3, 4, 5, 176. XXII
Protestant Tract Association, 39. XXXIII
Protocol Books, as source for information on 16th century Edinburgh, 26-27. XXXIV
Protocol Books, 120n., 131n., 134n. XXIX
Provost’s house, status of, 158. XXXV
Proy, Charles, 7, 12, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27. XXV
Proy, John, 21. XXV
Proy, Marion, 6. XXV
Pryde, David, teacher at Merchant Maiden Hospital, 68 and n., 80, 92. XXIX
Public baths, 39. XXXIII
Public Health Act, 1867, 36. XXXIII
Public Library, Edinburgh: see Edinburgh Public Libraries. XXXIII
Public Record Office, London, drawings of Edinburgh Castle, 11, 12n. XXXIII
Public transport, 36, 37, 38, 40n, 81, 82, 159-164. XXXIII
Publishers : see Printers, publishers and booksellers. XXXIII
Pullar, Laurence, weaver and dyer, 53. XXXIII
Pulsford, Rev. Dr J., 77, 92n. XXXIII
Pump well, Bible Land, 46. XXXIII
Punch and Judy man, Chamberlain Road, 211. XXXII
Puppo, Guiseppe, teacher of singing, 147. XXXII
Puppo, Stephano, teacher, 147. XXXII
Purdie, John, music seller, 156. XXVI
Purdie, John, music seller, 132. XXX
Purdie, Tom, Sir W. Scott’s “retainer”, 77, 128n. XXXV
Purgstall of Hainfeld, Countess, her property at Rosehall, 183. XXIV
Purves Close, 119. XXIX
Purves, Dowager Lady, 143. XXVI
Purves, John, 93. XXIII
Purves, Lady, widow of Sir Alex. Purves, 62. XXVI
Purves, Sir Alexander, Bt., 226. XXXII
Purves, Sir William, of Abbeyhill, 67. XXIII
Purves, Sir Wm., of Abbeyhill, 199. XXV
Puseley, D., The Commercial Companion and Peerage of Commerce, 129n. XXX
‘Pye Baxters,’ lampoon on, 148-9. XXII
Pym, Mr., 80. XXX

Q

Quack doctors, 124. XXVII
Quacks. See Medical Quacks. XXII
‘Quaker ale,’ 211. XXII
Quakers, 35, 39. XXXIII
Quakers, burial place in Pleasance, 210; reputed granddaughter of Charles II interred there, 226 ; meeting-places of, 216, 222 ; persecution of, 217. XXII
Quakers’ Meeting House, Pleasance, 141, 142. XXIII
Quakers, part played in manufacture of Edinburgh shawls by, 60. XXXI
Quantity surveyors, 9. XXXIII
Quarantine, John Baptista. See Baptista, John. XXII
Quarrelpots, lands of, 128. XXIII
Quarry Close, 205. XXIV
Quarryholes, Leith, David Rae, mason at, 13. XXXIII
Quarryholes, Nether and Over, 4, 11n. XXXIV
Quarter Sessions, 109-110, 112. XXXIV
Quarterly Review, 39. XXX
Queen Mary Room, in Tower of Merchiston, 19 and n. XXXI
Queen Street, 30 ; extended east, 29. XXV
Queen Street, 63. XXVII
Queen Street, 41, 43-44, 46. XXXIV
Queen Street, 32, 80, 143n.; building in 1823 in, 146. XXIX
Queen Street Gardens, 38, 49. XXXV
Queen Street Hall, 66, 67, 68, 75, 86. XXXIII
Queen Street Hall, the U.P. Synod Hall, 6-8, 11, 15, 27, 29, 38, 41, 48, 56, 58, 60-61, 95-96, 107, 114n. XXXV
Queen Street, home of Robert Allan at No. 29, 60, 82, 83, 99, 103, 104, 118; painting by Jessy Allan of a view of, 69. XXX
Queen Street, No. 4, 42; No. 32, 147. XXXIII
Queen Victoria, 38, 44, 53, 56, 66, 74-77, 82, 84, 87-88. XXXV
Queen’s Birthday, 41-42, 45. XXXV
Queen’s Drive, 52. XXX
Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles (The Blacks), 214. XXXII
Queen’s Horse Guards, 94. XXXII
Queen’s Park, 68, 73, 84. XXXIII
Queen’s Park, 56, 7l XXXV
Queen’s Rooms, Glasgow, Glasgow Academy concert, 28. XXXIII
Queensberry, Duke of, 70. XXIII
Queensberry House, 28. XXXII
Queensberry House, Canongate, 70. XXII
Queensberry House, Canongate, 49. XXXIII
Queensborough, a convoy ship, 96. XXVIII
Queensferry, 37, 109. XXXIV
Queensferry, 141. XXXV
Queensferry Passage, steam navigation at, 157. XXXI
Queensferry Road, 174; alterations observed in 1826 to, 170-1. XXIX
Queensferry Road, 75. XXXIII
Queensferry Road, 42, 112. XXXIV
Queensferry Road, old, 72, 76, 77. XXV
Queensferry Street, 61. XXVII
Queensferry Street, 48. XXXIII
Queensferry Street, 47, 52. XXXIV
Quesnot, Mr., teacher of French, 147. XXXII

R

Ra, Harry, 132. XXIII
Rabbit Green, 44. XXIV
Radical Road, building by unemployed weavers of, 54. XXXI
Radical Weekly, 39. XXXIII
Radicals, 31, 32, 38, 39, 40n. XXXIII
Rae, Bailie, his ‘1and,’ in Conn’s Close, 125. XXV
Rae, David, mason, father of Lindsay Rae, 13, 16n. XXXIII
Rae, Dr. George, appointment in 1645 by Edinburgh Town Council to visit plague victims of, 10. XXXII
Rae, Dr. James, whose daughter Margaret was mother of Sir William Fettes, 153. XXVIII
Rae, Geo. Lindsay: see Rae, Lindsay. XXXIII
Rae, James, royal barber, bath stoves erected in Canongate by, 1686, 58; 59. XXXIV
Rae, Jas., jun., Bristo, 61, 62. XXII
Rae, Jas., merchant, Bristo, 59, 60, 61. XXII
Rae, Jas., surgeon, 98, 119. XXXIII
Rae, John, Dr, 67, 89n. XXXIII
Rae, John, teacher, 148. XXXII
Rae, Lady, 226. XXXII
Rae, Lady, wife of Sir David Rae, Lord Eskgrove, 134. XXVI
Rae, Lindsay, recollections of, 13-16. XXXIII
Rae, Miss and Mrs, 63, 111. XXXV
Rae, Mrs., teacher, 148. XXXII
Rae, Rebecca, 36. XXIX
Rae, Sir David, of Eskgrove, 212 and n. XXV
Rae, Sir David Rae, Bart., eccentric personality, edited poems of Hamilton of Bangour, 134. See also Lord Eskgrove. XXVI
Rae, Sir William, 37. XXX
Rae, Sir William, Lord Advocate, 180. XXIX
Rae, Sir Wm., Lord Advocate, 29, 30. XXII
Rae, Sir Wm., son of Lord Eskgrove, mentioned in Marmion, initiates movement for erection of Scott Monument, 134. XXVI
Raeburn, Andrew, in charge of High School Yards bagnio, 1704, 60. XXXIV
Raeburn, Henry, 74. XXVII
Raeburn, J. H., mountaineer, 124. XXXIII
Raeburn, Sir Henry, 89. XXIV
Raeburn, Sir Henry, 48, 71, 98, 105. XXVI
Raeburn, Sir Henry, 106, 112 ; portrait of Robert Allan by, 97, 106; portrait of Allan Harden by, 108. XXX
Raeburn, Sir Henry, 160 ; letter concerning professional fees from, 171, 173. XXXI
Raeburn, Sir Henry, 35, 186. XXXII
Raeburn, Sir Henry, 46. XXXIV
Raeburn, Sir Henry, artist, 88, 99, 106. XXXIII
Raeburn, Sir Henry, his portrait of Dr. James Hamilton, 24, 25 ; feus land at Stockbridge, 163, 164. XXVIII
Rae,John, surgeon-dentist, Asst. Secy. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 98, 119. XXXIII
Rae’s Close, 261. XXII
Rae’s Land, 58. XXXIV
railway accident on Edinburgh-Glasgow line, at Carstairs, 66, 126n. XXXV
railway, and see trains. XXXV
railway companies: Edinburgh-Dalkeith (Innocent
Railway), 50; E. and Glasgow Railway Co., 50-51; E., Leith and Newhaven
Railway, 50-51; North British Railway Co. , 51; Caledonian Railway Co.,
51. XXXIV
Railway engineers, 37, 38, 41n, 160, 164n. XXXIII
Railway legislation, 1836, 159, 164n; 1846, 159-160, 16 n. XXXIII
railway terminus, stationer’s shop at, 33. XXXV
Railway tunnels, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163. XXXIII
Railways, Edinburgh, 159-164. XXXIII
railways: suburban, 38; 40, 45, 53; effect of Railway Acts on the city’s development, and opposition to them, 50-51, 78-90 passimXXXIV
Raimes & Co., Messrs J. & R., wholesale druggists and manufacturing chemists, fire at premises of, 17, 116n. XXXV
Raine, J., ed. Priory of Coldingham, 5n. XXX
Rainy, Harry, M.B., C.M., 148. XXVI
Rainy, John B., W.S., 148. XXVI
Raleigh, Mrs S., 87, 95n. XXXIII
Ralph, Abbot of Newbattle, 4. XXX
Ramadge, Arm, 55. XXIX
Ramage, William, writer, 226. XXXII
Ramplings’ Rainbow Tavern, Edinburgh Skating Club dinners, 108. XXXIII
Ramsay, Alexander, dempster and bellman, Canongate, 2. XXXIV
Ramsay, Allan, 92. XXXIV
Ramsay, Allan, and Fine Arts, 23; his ‘Gentle Shepherd,’ 73 ; poems on archers, 128. XXVII
Ramsay, Allan, and laird of Prestonfield, 187-8. XXIV
Ramsay, Allan, bookseller, property on Castlehill of, 20-22; death in 1758 of, 26n. XXX
Ramsay, Allan, of Kinkell, painter, son of above,
property on Castlehill of, 19-30 ; early career of, 21 ; acquisition in
1747 of lands of Kinkell in Fife by, 21 ; appointment in 1767 as
Principal Painter to the king of, 29; death in 1784 of, 29. [CHECK text] XXX
Ramsay, Allan, poet, 136, 146. XXXII
Ramsay, Allan, statue, 65. XXXIII
Ramsay, Allan, the Younger, 2. XXVI
Ramsay, Allan, the Younger, 67 ; founds Select Society, 22, 23. XXVII
Ramsay, Andrew, advocate, 237. XXIV
Ramsay, Bonar & Co., 120n. [CHECK] XXXIII
Ramsay, Chas. Wm., of Barnton, 66, 89n, 92n. XXXIII
Ramsay, David, W.S., of Comely Bank, 163, 164. XXVIII
Ramsay, Dean, 174. XXVII
Ramsay, Ed. B. B., Dean of Edinburgh, 94n; death, 83; funeral, 83. XXXIII
Ramsay, Fox Maule, eleventh Earl of Dalhousie: see Dalhousie, Fox Maule Ramsay, eleventh Earl of. XXXIII
Ramsay Garden, 77. XXXIII
Ramsay Garden, 92. XXXIV
Ramsay Garden, building by Allan Ramsay of Kinkell of houses in, 27-9. XXX
Ramsay, Geo., 78. XXXIII
Ramsay, George, of Barnton, 165. XXXI
Ramsay, George, portrait painter, 76. XXVII
Ramsay, Hut, 178. XXXI
Ramsay, Jean, 6, 19, 20. XXXIV
Ramsay, John, General, son of above, 29. [CHECK text] XXX
Ramsay, John, of Ochtertyre, 37. XXVI
Ramsay Lane, 19. XXX
Ramsay Lodge, 31n. XXX
Ramsay, Lord, George, an ode for his wedding-breakfast (1805), 188-9. XXVIII
Ramsay, Miss, 132, 165. XXXI
Ramsay, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Ramsay, Mr, slater, Treas. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 99. XXXIII
Ramsay of Barnton, William, 163. XXVIII
Ramsay, Robt., of Blackcraig, M.D., 119. XXVI
Ramsay, Sir A. C., 67, 89n. XXXIII
Ramsay, Sir Alex. Ramsay Gibson Maitland: see Maitland, Sir Alex. Ramsay Gibson. XXXIII
Ramsay, Sir Andrew, of Abbotshall, 59, 61. XXII
Ramsay, Sir Andrew, re-election as Lord Provost opposed, 126-7, 158 n. XXIV
Ramsay, Sir John, Prior of Holyrood, 120. XXIII
Ramsay, William, City Treasurer, 28. XXX
Ramsay, William, foundation stone of Merchant Maiden Hospital in Lauriston laid in 1816 by, 27. XXIX
Ramsay, William, of Bamton, 23, 117n. XXXV
Ramsay, Wm., of Barnton, 180. XXVII
Ramsay’s Hut : see Ramsay Lodge. XXX
Ramsay’s Land, opposite City Guard House, 122. XXXII
Ramsey, W. and Co., shawl manufacturers, 62. XXXI
Randall, Captain, 2. XXXII
Randall, Reverend Dr. Thomas, 40 n. XXXII
Randolph Crescent, 143n. ; building in 1820s in, 163, 172. XXIX
Randolph Crescent, N0. 13, 79. XXXIII
Rankeillor St., 215 n. XXIV
Rankeillor Street, 206. XXXII
Rankeillor Street, building in 1823 in, 145. XXIX
Ranken, George, surgeon, brother-in-law of Jessy Allan, 60, 66, 74, 83, 88. XXX
Ranken, William, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Rankenian Club, 21. XXVII
Rankin, Christian, 56, 57, 58. XXIX
Rankin, Rev. Dr Jas., 84, 94n. XXXIII
Rankine, Jas., 123. XXXIII
Rankine, Miss Honor, 124. XXXIII
Rankine, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Rankine, Mrs Jas., 124. XXXIII
Rankine, Stewart, 124. XXXIII
Rannald, Patrick, royal baker and poulterer, 2, 3. XXXIV
Rannald, Robert, 93, 94. XXIII
Rannald, Robert, 154. XXXV
Rapperlaw’s Close, 98. XXIX
Rathman, George, dagmaker, Canongate, 3. XXXIV
Ratho Park, ice house at, 135, 136. XXVIII
Ratteray’s Close, Cowgate, 129. XXXII
Rattray, Francis, teacher, 148. XXXII
Rattray James Clerk, 168. XXX
Rattray, Mrs., 226. XXXII
Rattray, Mrs., teacher, 148. XXXII
Rauenildestrother : see Morham, marsh of. XXX
Ravelrig, dovecote at, 186. XXV
Ravelston, 160, 162. XXII
Ravelston, 37. XXXII
Ravelston, 52. XXXIV
Ravelston, dovecote at, 171, 181-2. XXV
Ravelston House, ice house at, 125. XXVIII
Ravelston House, sundial at, 102. XXVII
Ravelston, quarry at, 152. XXXIII
Ravelston stone, 31, 32. XXIII
Ravelston, use of stone at Tower of Merchiston from, 15; use of stone at Heriot’s Hospital from, 34. XXXI
Raven, a convoy ship, 105. XXVIII
Raven, sailing dinghy, 53. XXXIII
Ravensworth, Thomas Liddell, Lord, 98, 161. XXXI
Rawson, Hannah, wife of Sir Henry Maule, M.P., 224. XXII
Rawson, Henry, of Newark-upon-Trent, 224. XXII
Rawson, Martha, third wife of Wm. Miller, ‘King of the
Quakers ‘ and laird of Craigentinny, 224, 226, 235, 257 ; buried at
Craigentinny, 222. XXII
Rea, Geo. Lindsay: see Rae, Lindsay. XXXIII
Reade, Captain, 2. XXXII
reading of sermons, 43. XXXV
Read’s patent syringe, 146. XXXIII
Records, accommodation for public, 4. XXII
Records, accommodation for public, 12. XXVII
Red Hill quarry, 81. XXVII
‘Red Lion,’ 10. XXIV
Redbraes, 7. XXII
Redbraes, Bonnington Road, home of Sir Hew Crawford, later turned into an imitation of the London Vauxhall, 71, 76, 77. XXX
Redford, 200. XXV
Redford, 86. XXXIV
Redhall, 204, 208, 213; paper mill at, 70 ; dovecote at, 169, 171, 172, 192-4. XXV
Redhall paper mill, 56. XXVII
Redhall stone, 33. XXIII
Redpath, David, Councillor, confectioner, 37. XXXIII
Reed, John, advocate, 121. XXXIII
Reedmaker, Chas. P., 6. XXV
Reekiana, Robert Chambers’, 138. XXV
Reekieana, Skene’s drawings for proposed, 129. XXV
Rees, Mr., 95, 98. XXXI
Reform Act, 1867, 32, 33, 68. XXXIII
Reform Act, discussion in 1832 of ways of celebrating in Edinburgh the passage of the, 156. XXX
Reform Bill Jubilee procession, 1833, 24. XXXIII
Reformation, 1. XXIX
Reformer, The, 33, 39, 40n. XXXIII
Regalia, 165. XXXI
Regalia, discovery of, 134. XXV
Regent Bridge, 136. XXV
Regent Bridge, 45. XXXIV
Regent Road, 1. XXXV
Regent Street, Portobello, 179. XXXI
Regent Terrace, 45, 81. XXXIV
Regent Terrace, 94, 106. XXXV
Regent Terrace, building in 1831 in, 155. XXX
Regent Terrace, building in 1820s in, 161, 172. XXIX
Register House, 150 ; Scottish Exchequer reports in, 40. XXIII
Register House, 152. XXX
Register House, 35. XXXII
Register House, General, 34, 46, 61, 63; as refuge for pigeons, 202. XXV
Register House, General (Register Oflice), 37, 252. XXIV
Register House, need for a building for the records,
36; not built by the Town, 39; effect of on road to Leith, 40-41, 47;
43. XXXIV
Register Office : see Register House. XXX
Register Office, 31, 36. XXXV
Register Street, 120, 123, 137. XXXII
Register Street, Prince of Wales Tavern, 108; Ship Tavern, 108. XXXIII
Registrum de Dunfermelyn, 5n. XXX
Registrum de Neubotle, 4n. XXX
Reiach, Alan, proposal for Gallery of Modern Art in East Princes Street Gardens by, 159. XXX
Reid, Alex., mason, 22. XXIII
Reid, Alex., son of Jas. Reid of Northbrae, 218. XXIV
Reid, Alexander, younger, goldsmith burgess, 116. XXIX
Reid, Andrew, Quaker and schoolmaster, 214. XXII
Reid, Arthur, his ‘land,’ 7. XXII
Reid, David, gardener in Grange, 224. XXIV
Reid, Donald, draper, 138. XXX
Reid, Dr., charlatan, 138. XXII
Reid, Elizabeth, niece of Jas. Fraser of Torbreck, 61. XXVI
Reid, Fleming, of Greenock, 140. XXX
Reid, Geo., gardener, 228. XXIV
Reid, James, merchant in Amsterdam, 104. XXIX
Reid, Jas., of Scottish Exchequer, feuing operations
in Newington, 166 n., 167 and n ; acquires property in Causewayside,
169, 170. XXIV
Reid, John, 108. XXIX
Reid, John, 68, 71, 79. XXXIII
Reid, John, 6, 7, 12n, 17. XXXIV
Reid, John, merchant, 201. XXIV
Reid, John, owner of Edinburgh Gazette, 70, 99, 114. XXV
Reid, John, printer and paper maker, 48-9. XXVII
Reid, Joseph, accused of going barefoot in 1604, 176. XXXI
Reid, Mr., 63. XXX
Reid, Mr, teacher at Hamilton Place Academy, 180. XXXIII
Reid, Mrs., teacher, 148. XXXII
Reid, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 148. XXXII
Reid, Nicoll, his property in Bristo, 78. XXII
Reid, Rev. Jas., of West Kirk, and St. Leonards, 201 and n., 217. XXIV
Reid, Rev. Lewis, 61. XXVI
Reid, Rev. Thos., Prof. of Moral Philosophy, Glasgow, 61. XXVI
Reid, Rev. W., Lothian Road Church, 147. XXVI
Reid, Rev. Wm., 180, 181. XXXIII
Reid, Robert, architect, 43. XXXIV
Reid, Robert, architect, plans for new building in
Lauriston of Merchant Maiden Hospital submitted by 21, 22, 24, 26, 28,
30. XXIX
Reid, Robert, King’s architect, 27, 28 ; alters Adam plan of Charlotte Square, 25. XXIII
Reid, Robt., saddler, 182. XXII
Reid, William, 154. XXXV
Reid, Wm., baker, 201. XXIV
Reid, Wm., gardener, 81. XXII
Reid, Wm., gardener and maltman, 201. XXIV
Reid, Wm., owner of ground in West Nicolson Street, 88. XXII
Reid, Wm., writer, 124. XXV
Reidfurd, Andrew, 104. XXIII
Reid’s Tannery, 81. XXXIV
Reid’s tannery, Powburn, 191. XXIV
Reids, The, 65. XXX
Relief Chapel, Roxburgh Place, 28n. XXIX
Relief Church, Brighton Street, building in 1826 of, 15, 28 and n., 172. XXIX
Relief Synod, 137. XXXV
Remembrancer of Court of Session, 52, 53. XXIII
Remon, M., teacher, 148. XXXII
Renard, Abbé Alphonse-Francois of Brussels, 53, 56, 57n. XXXIII
Rennie, John, engineer, proposal for canal through Edinburgh by, 8. XXXIV
Rennie, Marion, and Parkside, 232. XXIV
Renton, J., 68. XXX
Renton, Rev. Hen , Kelso, 41,122n. XXXV
Renton, William, 136. XXX
Rentons, drapers, Princes Street, 136 and n. XXX
Rentons, The, 69. XXX
Renwick, James, ‘last of the martyrs,’ 115. XXVII
Reports of Council : for 1949-50, App. pp. 2-4; 1950-51, ib. pp. 6-8; 1951-52, ib. pp. 10-12. XXVIII
Reservoir (or well) containing water from Burgh Loch, 88. XXII
Reservoir, proposed for New Town, 7, 17. XXIII
Residuaries, 45, 123n. XXXV
Restalrig, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73, 79, 80, 81, 109,
144; boundaries of, 63; lands of, pass from Logans to Balmerino family,
64 ; and the ‘Forty-five, 69 ; church of, 64, 65, 101 ; glebe, 67. XXIII
Restalrig, 20, 36 ; churchyard, 161. XXIV
Restalrig, 36, 136, 200 ; paper making at, 55, 70. XXV
Restalrig, 18, 27 ; playing-card factory, 43; paper mill, 44; windmill, 125. XXVII
Restalrig, 3, 6, 21, 147, 151. XXXII
Restalrig, 5, 8, 42: and see Logans of. XXXIV
Restalrig (Lestalric), 201, 254. XXII
Restalrig Church, 3, 6. XXXII
Restalrig House, 2, 6. XXXII
Restalrig, Sir Thomas de, 27. XXVII
Restarycke : see Restalrig. XXXII
Restarycke Place : see Restalrig House. XXXII
‘Resurrectionists,’ 180, 195. XXIV
Retail chain stores, 39. XXXIII
Review, 45, 56, 123n. XXXV
Revolution Club, the, 156. XXVIII
Rew, Jas., his coffee-house, 140. XXIV
Reynolds, John, Officer of Edinburgh Skating Club, 111. XXXIII
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 40. XXXII
Rhetorical Entertainment, see Black, Adam, teacher. XXXV
Rhind, David, architect, proposal in 1854 for rebuilding Trinity College Church in Edinburgh Castle by, 49. XXX
Rhind, David, designer of Craigentinny mausoleum, 236. XXII
Rhind, John, stonecarver, 154. XXXIII
Riccarton, sundial at, 98-9. XXVII
Ricci, Baron Charles, teacher of Italian, 148. XXXII
Rich, Colonel, 64. XXXII
Richard, John Miller, typefounder, 86. XXII
Richard, John Miller, typefounder, 24. XXVI
Richard of Duddingston, 6 and n. XXX
Richard the Clerk, 4. XXX
Richard, Walter M., typefounder, 146, 156. XXVI
Richardson, Christian, 123. XXIX
Richardson, Dr. J. S., acts as leader, App. p. 3. XXVIII
Richardson, Dr Jas. S., obituary, 183. XXXIII
Richardson, J., 63. XXXI
Richardson, James, teacher, 148. XXXII
Richardson, Janet, daughter of Patrick, of Meldrumsheugh, first wife of Francis Bothwell, Provost of Edinburgh, 73. XXV
Richardson, John, cooper, 129. XXIII
Richardson, John, servant to General Post Office, 143, 150. XXIV
Richardson, John, Some Notes on the Early History of the Dean Orphan Hospital, 155-68. XXVII
Richardson, John, W.S., 116, 122. XXXIII
Richardson, Katherine, 96. XXIX
Richardson, Margaret, 96. XXIX
Richardson, Mr, member of Edinburgh Skating Club, 116. XXXIII
Richardson, Mrs J. S., 124. XXXIII
Richardson, Patrick, of Meldrumsheugh, 73. XXV
Richardson, Patrick, servitor to Abbot of Holyrood, 116. XXIII
Richardson, Robert, W.S., 118, 119, 120. XXIX
Richmond, Elizabeth, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 91. XXIX
Richmond, George, weaver and shawl manufacturer, 53, 58-9, 62. XXXI
Richmond, John, teacher, 148. XXXII
Richmond, Mrs., 98, 161. XXXI
Richmond Street, 132, 143. XXXII
Rich’s Regiment : see Fourth Foot, or, King’s Own Regiment. XXXII
Riddell, Campbell, 150-1, 167. XXXI
Riddell, Elizabeth, wife of James Dallas, younger, of St. Martins, 121. XXIX
Riddell, Robt., of Friars Carse, 120n. XXXIII
Riddell, Sir James, of Ardnamurchan and Sunart, 1st. Bart., 167. XXXI
Riddell, Sir John B., M.P. Selkirk Burghs, 43. XXVI
Riddell, Sir John, of Riddell, 43. XXVI
Riddell, Thos., of Camieston, 44. XXVI
Riddell, Walter, “of the Carss,” 120. XXXIII
Riddell, Wm., of Camieston, W.S., 94. XXVI
Riddell, Wm., W.S., 119. XXXIII
Riddle, John, teacher of English, 148. XXXII
Riddle’s Close, 136. XXXII
Riding Academy, 200. XXIV
Riding Academy, 153. XXXII
Riding School, 54, 82, 83. XXVI
Riding School, building in 1829 of new, 144 and n. ;
foundation laid in 1830 of Royal College of Surgeons in Nicholson
Street on site of old, 147. XXX
Riding School, Nicolson Street, 83. XXII
Ridpath, Reverend George, minister of Stitchel, 46. XXXII
Riego Street, 189. XXXII
Rifle Volunteer Corps of Edinburgh, 181. XXXIII
Rig, Elizabeth, wife of John Livingston of Greenhill, 72, 73, 76. XXIV
Rig, Elizabeth, wife of John Livingstone of Greenhill, 199. XXXII
Rig, John, advocate, 72 and n. XXIV
Rig, Wm., and Greenhill, 71, 72, 76. XXIV
Rigaud, J. F., 76. XXVII
Rigg, Christina, 155. XXXV
Rigg, Thomas, of Morton, 10. XXII
Rigg, William, merchant. [NOTE no page numbers in original index] XXXV
Right Squadron (Edinburgh) Midlothian Yeomanry Cavalry, 159. XXXII
Rigsland (Baglap), 74, 75. XXIV
Rillbank Crescent, 32. XXX
Rillbank House, purchased for Trades Maiden Hospital, 29, 30 ; sold, 42. XXVIII
Rillbank Terrace, 32. XXX
Rintoul, J., 180 n. XXXII
Rintoul, landlord of Archers’ Hall, 14, 15. XXXIII
Rintoul, Mr, 107, 133n. XXXV
Riot, anti-Papist, 152. XXVII
Ripon, Bishop of, 43. XXXIII
Ritchie, Charles, Jnr., Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163, 169. XXXII
Ritchie, D. G., 61, 88n. XXXIII
Ritchie, David, great-nephew of Eliza Aitken, 63. XXXIII
Ritchie, David, Professor of Logic, 174. XXXII
Ritchie, Eliz., great-niece of Eliza Aitken, 63, 76. XXXIII
Ritchie, James and Son, watchmakers, 129. XXX
Ritchie, James, clockmaker, 129 and 11. XXX
Ritchie, John, founder of The Scotsman, 31, 35. XXXIII
Ritchie, John, proprietor of The Scotsman, visits of De Quincey to, 123. XXVI
Ritchie, John, slater, negotiations in 1804 for the purchase by Merchant Maiden Hospital of land in Lothian Street of, 20. XXIX
Ritchie, L. L., watchmaker, 129 and n. XXX
Ritchie, Lizzie: see Ritchie, Eliz. XXXIII
Ritchie, Maggie: see Ritchie, Margt. XXXIII
Ritchie, Margt., great-niece of Eliza Aitken, 63, 70, 75, 76, 79, 80, 81, 85. XXXIII
Ritchie, Mie: see Ritchie, Margt. XXXIII
Ritchie, Mr., 80. XXX
Ritchie, Mr., dancing master, 103. XXX
Ritchie, Mrs Geo., niece of Eliza Aitken, 69, 83. XXXIII
Ritchie, Rev. Geo., nephew of Eliza Aitken, children, 62, 63; minister at Jedburgh, 62. XXXIII
Ritchie, Reverend David, minister of St. Andrew’s Church, 70, 75, 79. XXX
Ritchie, Susan, 76, 83. XXXIII
Ritchie, William, Rector of Canongate Grammar School, 148. XXXII
Ritchie, Wm., co-founder of The Scotsman, criticises management of Royal Infirmary, 115-16. XXVI
Ritter, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 148. XXXII
‘River of Tumble,’ 44. XXVII
Riverius, Lazarus, 113. XXVII
Road, proposed, from Leith Wynd to Castlehill, 24, 25. XXII
Road Trustees, 148, 172-3. XXIX
Roads, 5 ; in Queen Mary’s time, 101. XXIII
roads, 105-118 passim; legislation on, (1) Acts
of Parliament, 1669 (Scots), its provisions, 105; 110, 112; 1713, its
provisions 105-186; reasons for a Midlothian Act, 106; auction of tolls
or petty customs, 112; departures from its terms, 113-114, 116-117;
1751 Turnpike Act, 115-118; 1878 Roads and Bridges Act, 105, 118; (2)
J.P.’s acts (Midlothian), 1731, designation of roads and allocation of
money, 108-109; a de-centralizing act, 109, 110; rates for statute
labour commutation established, 111; 1736, confirms 1731 and improves
allocations, 109, 112. XXXIV
roads, capital, 108-109. XXXIV
roads, Edinburgh: extra traffic on roads leading to,
106; designated roads into, 109, 114; toll points for collecting petty
customs, 115-116; taxation for maintenance of certain roads outside,
117. XXXIV
Roads, new, 4, 7, 10. XXII
roads, overseers: instituted by 1696 Act, 105;
appointed for Midlothian, 1722, 107; W. Moubray appointed overseer,
107; his duties and salary, 108. XXXIV
roads, public high, 108. XXXIV
roads, radical, 108-109. XXXIV
Roads south of city, 157. XXIV
roads, Statute labour for the upkeep of, 105, 110-112. XXXIV
roads, tolls for the upkeep of: on passage through
Midlothian to Edinburgh, 105-106; identification of roads, 114;
position of toll bars, 115-116; roups of tolls, 112-114. XXXIV
roads: and see Justices of the Peace. XXXIV
Rob, W., teacher, 148. XXXII
Robb, Barthill, 14. XXXIV
Robbery in Braid Road, 106. XXIV
Robbie, J. A., Asst. Director Institute of Geological Science, 141, 142n. XXXIII
Robert (son of Guy?), sheriff of Edinburgh, 147n. XXXV
Robert Barton’s Close, 69. XXXIV
Robert Barton’s tenement, 69. XXXIV
Robert I, 23, 78. XXXIV
Robert II, 29. XXVII
Robert II, 23. XXXIV
Robert II and Priestfield, 184. XXIV
Robert III, 115, 116; ratifies gift of St. Leonards Hospital, 114. XXIII
Robert III, 23. XXXIV
Roberton, Dr., 180 n., 181 n. XXXII
Roberton, Ensign, 77, 88. XXXII
Roberton, Major, Fort Major at Edinburgh Castle, 67, 76, 77 and n., 78-9, 99, 100. XXXII
Roberts, David, artist, 161, 166. XXXI
Roberts, David, artist, 69, 90n. XXXIII
Roberts, David, R.A., 76 n. XXV
Robertson, A. C., Captain, 122. XXXIII
Robertson, A. Niven, Old Dovecotes in and Around Edinburgh, 146-203. XXV
Robertson, A. Niven, Old Sundials in and near Edinburgh, 97-110; Dovecotes, 169, 170. XXVII
Robertson, Alex., advocate, 109. XXVI
Robertson, Chas., owner of property at North Loch, 182. XXII
Robertson, Daniel, ‘outed ‘ minister, 117. XXV
Robertson, David, First Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163, 169. XXXII
Robertson, David, his Princes Street Proprietors mentioned, 41 n. ; paper on ‘North Leith Case’ quoted, 121. XXII
Robertson, David, naturalist, china and earthenware merchant, 54, 57n. XXXIII
Robertson, David, of Loretto, his six handsome and witty daughters, 108-9. XXVI
Robertson, David, treasurer, White Paper Company, 66. XXV
Robertson, Dr.: see Robertson-Glasgow, Dr. XXXI
Robertson, Dr. A. Niven, elected to Council, App. p. 8. XXVIII
Robertson, Dr. A. Niven, Ice Houses of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, 112-151. XXVIII
Robertson, Geo., son of building speculator, 146, 148. XXIV
Robertson, George, teacher, 148. XXXII
Robertson, Hannah, supposed granddaughter of Charles
II, resides at Hope Park; interred in Quakers’ burial ground, Pleasance
; member of Jacobite Club ; her ‘Memoirs,’ 226. XXII
Robertson, Helen, 73. XXX
Robertson, Helen, 18. XXXIV
Robertson, Henry, advocate, 146, 148. XXIV
Robertson, James, surgeon, 61-62. XXXIV
Robertson, Jas., advocate, 117. XXV
Robertson, Jas., buys land in St. Leonards, 218. XXIV
Robertson, Jas., feuar in Newington, 157. XXIV
Robertson, Jas. John, son of Thos., building speculator, 132, 146, 148. XXIV
Robertson, Jas., minister of the Gospel at Cabbagehall, 211 and n. XXIV
Robertson, Jas., surgeon, 14. XXV
Robertson, John, 8. XXXIV
Robertson, John, charity workhouse manager, 53. XXII
Robertson, John, teacher in South Bridge Street, 149. XXXII
Robertson, John, teacher of English in Leith, 148. XXXII
Robertson, Lord, 34, 35. XXIII
Robertson Memorial Church, 73. XXVI
Robertson, Miss, 83. XXXIII
Robertson, Miss, 9, 10, 93, 131n. XXXV
Robertson, Mr., 66. XXX
Robertson, Mr, 83. XXXIII
Robertson, Mr, 24. XXXV
Robertson, Mr, death of, 9, 10. XXXV
Robertson, Mr, probationer, 17. XXXV
Robertson, Mrs, Scotland Street, 15, 25, 116n. XXXV
Robertson, Mrs, wife of Rev. James, of Portsburgh Church, 14. XXXV
Robertson, Patrick, goldsmith, 8. XXIII
Robertson, Principal Wm., 55. XXIII
Robertson, Principal Wm., 82, 104, 106. XXVI
Robertson, Principal Wm., and Provost Drummond, 6 ; member of Select Society, 22. XXVII
Robertson, Rev. Andrew, Stow, 41, 122n. XXXV
Robertson, Rev. Dr. Wm., New Greyfriars Church, 73. XXVI
Robertson, Rev. James, Duncan Street U.P. Church, 41, 53, 58, 122n. XXXV
Robertson, Rev. James, Portsburgh U.P. Church, 4, 5,
7, 13, 15, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 30, 34, 36-37, 41, 44, 46, 48, 52, 54,
56, 58-60, 64, 80, 88, 90, 92, 94, 98-100, 103, 107, 113n, 137. [CHECK] XXXV
Robertson, Rev. W., 29,119n. XXXV
Robertson, Robert, architect and lecturer, 149. XXXII
Robertson, Robert, teacher of English, 149. XXXII
Robertson, Thomas, 17 and n. XXX
Robertson, Thomas, merchant, 115 and n. XXIX
Robertson, Thomas, merchant and former bailie of
Edinburgh, responsible for building the Exchange and houses nearby, c.
1683, 32-33. XXXIV
Robertson, Thomas, stocking weaver, 156. XXVII
Robertson, Thos., building speculator : his career,
126; opposes Sir A. Ramsay, Lord Provost, 127 ; elected a magistrate,
domestic life, 128; farms Town enterprises, 129 ; dispute with Magnus
Prince, 130; tack of Water of Leith mills, 131 ; Cowgate property, 132,
135 ; bankruptcy, 147-8; total estate, 150; rebuilds Mealmarket, 133,
135 ; protests against exorbitant tradesmen, 134 ; undertakes to build
an Exchange, 136-138 ; owns 22 shops, 138 ; tenement in Parliament
Close, 139-40 ; other properties, 144-5 ; owner of Lochbank, 145. XXIV
Robertson, Thos., his ‘lands,’ 91, 97, 104, 106, 110, 111, 122, 123. XXV
Robertson, Thos., of Lochbank, merchant, 145, 146, 148; and Darien Co., 147. XXIV
Robertson, William, 185. XXIX
Robertson, William, describes Edinburgh society, 189-190. XXVIII
Robertson, Wm., microscope-maker, 165-176; advertisements in Caledonian Mercury and Edinburgh Evening Courant, 167, 168, 175n; catadioptric microscope, 169; microscope made by, 169, 175n; “signature,” 168, 169, 175n. XXXIII
Robertson, Wm., of Ladykirk, 10. XXII
Robertson, Wm., Principal, 9. XXIV
Robertson, Wm., weaver, 14. XXV
Robertson-Glasgow, Dr., 72, 155-6. XXXI
Robertson’s Academy, Newington, 181. XXIV
Robertson’s Close, 62. XXXIV
Robertson’s Close, Cowgate, 132. XXIV
Robertson’s Close, hospital for sick poor in, 6. XXVII
Robeson, David, deputy clerk of Canongate Court, 2. XXXIV
Robeson, John, royal butcher, 2-5. XXXIV
Robeson, Laurence, deputy clerk of Canon gate Court, 2. XXXIV
Robesoune, John, 5. XXXIV
Robinson, H. S., bookseller, 44, 44n. XXXIII
Robinson, Mr., 74. XXX
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs., 91. XXXI
Robinson, Wm. Rose, advocate, 121. XXXIII
Robison, Chas. Knowles, w.s., Secy. of Edinburgh
Skating Club, 100, 110, 121; health, 101; Treas. of Edinburgh Skating
Club, 101. XXXIII
Robison, Hugh, merchant, 121. XXXIII
Robison, John, Professor of Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University, 157. XXX
Robison, William, teacher of English, 149. XXXII
Robson (Robesone), John, notary public, 120. XXIII
Robson (Robesoun), Archibald, 106. XXIII
Robson (Robesoun), Jas., feuar in St. Leonards, 224. XXIV
Robson, Wm., son of [Robson (Robesoun), Jas., feuar in St. Leonards], 224. XXIV
Rochead, Andrew, spinet maker, 51. XXXII
Rochead, Messrs. Andrew and Sons, spinet makers, 51. XXXII
Rochead, Mrs., of Inverleith, 28, 120. XXVI
Rocheid, James, 107. XXIX
Rocheid, Janet, daughter of Sir James, town clerk, and wife of David Dalrymple, advocate, 105. XXV
Rocheid, Sir Jas., of Inverleith, town clerk, 120, 122. XXV
Rocheids of Inverleith, intimacy with Ainslies of Pilton, 43, 44. XXV
Rockville court, 92. XXXIV
Rockville, Lord. See Gordon, Hon. Alex. XXVI
Rockville, mansion, 38. XXXIII
Rockville’s Close, demolition in 1830 of houses from West Bow to, 149. XXX
Rodney Street, goods station between Scotland Street and Rodney Street tunnels, 160, 161; route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159. XXXIII
Rodney Street Tunnel, 159, 160; construction similar to East Trinity Road Tunnel, 162; description, 161; entrance, 161; facade, 161; resemblance to Warriston Bridge, 161; route, 161. XXXIII
Roebuck, a convoy ship, 108. XXVIII
Roebuck, Dr., of Carron, 71. XXVII
Roebuck, Samuel, guns invented by, 172. XXXII
Roger, …, preacher, 117. XXVII
Roger de Beaumont, Bishop of St. Andrews, 4 and 11., 5. XXX
Roger, Master, parson of Howden, 146n. XXXV
Roger, Robert, ‘hospitaller,’ 124. XXIII
Rogers, J. E. Thorold, Industrial and Commercial History of England, 121 and n. XXX
Rolland, Adam, of Gask, advocate, 108. XXX
Rollo, Andrew, of Duncrub, 35. XXV
Rollock (Rollok), Peter, granted charter of Pilton, Bishop of Dunkeld and Lord of Session, 35 ; accompanies James VI to London, attempt on his life, 36 ; his descendants, 37. XXV
Rollock, Christian, daughter of Peter Rollock, the younger, 37. XXV
Rollock, Henry, 104. XXIX
Rollock, John, of Pilton, 37. XXV
Rollock, Peter, Bishop of Dunkeld, 131. XXIX
Rollock, Peter, younger of Pilton, 37. XXV
Rolph Niger, Dean of Lothian, 145n. XXXV
Romaines, Rev. Mr, Canada, 82. XXXV
Roman Antiquities, Dr. Adam’s, 97. XXVI
Romance of War, 27. XXVI
Rome, George, writer, 118 and n. XXIX
Rome, Jean, daughter of [Rome, George, writer], 118 and n. XXIX
Romieu, Paul, watchmaker, 113. XXV
Ronaldson, Archibald, flesher in Leith, 49. XXVIII
Ronaldson, Archibald, in Peastonburn, 45. XXVIII
Ronaldson, David, in Paiston, E. Lothian, 45. XXVIII
Ronaldson, George, baker’s apprentice, 45. XXVIII
Ronaldson, George, farmer, Dodridge, 45. XXVIII
Ronaldson, James, farmer, Dodridge, 45. XXVIII
Ronaldson, James, typefounder, Philadelphia, biography of, 44-50. XXVIII
Ronaldson, Mrs., teacher of sewing, 149. XXXII
Ronaldson, Richard, jeweller, Edinburgh, 47. XXVIII
Ronaldson, William, at Saughland, 49. XXVIII
Ronaldson, William, baker in Edinburgh, 45. XXVIII
Rood Chapel, Greenside : see Rude Chapel, Greenside. XXXII
‘Rookery’ (Castle barrack), 7. XXIV
Rope dancing, 124. XXVII
Roscius, Young : see Betty, William Henry Best. XXX
Rose Court, 16. XXIII
Rose, Eliz., of Kilravock, cousin of Henry McKenzie, 173. XXXIII
Rose, Hugh, founder of Craig & Rose, paint manufacturers, 83, 94n. XXXIII
Rose, Hugh, teacher of English, 149. XXXII
Rose Street, 19. XXIII
Rose street, 64. XXVII
Rose Street, 133, 137, 149, 151. XXXII
Rose, Street, 73; No. 13, 121. XXXIII
Rose Street, 24. XXXV
Rose Street U.P. Church, 67, 126n. XXXV
Rosebank (Mayfield), 155, 183-4, 188, 190. XXIV
Rosebank, ‘near Newington,’ 200. XXV
Rosebery, Archd., first Earl of, buys lands of Coates, 80. XXV
Rosebery, Archd. Philip Primose, fifth Earl of, hon. President of Edinburgh Literary Institute, 42. XXXIII
Rosebery, Archibald, 4th Earl of, 144, 166. XXXI
Rosebery, 5th Earl of, 43. XXVII
Roseburn, 8, 200. XXV
Roseburn: see Coltbridge. XXXIV
Roseburn House, 55, 57 ; formerly mansion of Dalry mills, 58. XXV
Roseburn, proposed skating pond, 116. XXXIII
Roseburn, threshing experiments at, 22. XXVII
Rosehall, 200. XXV
Rosehall, 80-81, 83. XXXIV
Rosehall (Gushet), 182-3, 188, 236. XXIV
Rosehill, Geo. John, ninth Earl of Northesk: see Northesk, Geo. John Rosehill, ninth Earl of. XXXIII
Rosemount, Corstorphine Road, 200. XXV
Roslin, 207. XXXII
Roslin Chapel, 158. XXXIII
Roslin, 147n. XXXV
Ross (Bristo) House, 248-50 ; built by George, Lord
Ross, successive proprietors, ‘very best house about Edinburgh,’ 249 ;
maternity hospital, 250. XXIV
Ross & Mitchell, Messrs, builders of facade of Scotland Street Tunnel, 160. XXXIII
Ross, A, M., architect, 82, 94n. XXXIII
Ross, Alex., of Pitcalnie, 59-60. XXXIII
Ross, Alexander, 66. XXX
Ross, Alexander, in Leith, 106. XXIII
Ross, Alexander, of Pitcalnie, 222. XXXII
Ross, Ann, 54, 55. XXIX
Ross, Ann, 107. XXX
Ross, Daniel, gunmaker, 90n. XXXIII
Ross, David, proprietor of theatre in New Town, 16. XXIII
Ross, Dr. Thomas, architect, 51. XXX
Ross, Dr. Thomas, on ancient sundials of Scotland, 110. XXVII
Ross, Dr Thos., 27; architect, 29; sketch of Merchiston Tower, 6; son-in-law of Jas. McLaren, 30. XXXIII
Ross, Eliz. Hume, grand-daughter of Jas. McLaren, 27-30, 177. XXXIII
Ross Fountain, 69, 76, 77, 80, 84, 90n. XXXIII
Ross, Geo., thirteenth Lord, 134 ; granted part of Heriot’s Croft, also ‘Windmill Acres,’ 19. XXVI
Ross, George, Lord, 249. XXIV
Ross, George, Woodburn, 205. XXV
Ross, Hon. Jane, 249. XXIV
Ross, Hon. Jane, 20. XXVI
Ross House, town residence of Lords Ross, 3, 18, 51,
134; described, 18; successive owners, 19-21 ; maternity hospital,
21. XXVI
Ross, J. Kerr, Lieut.-Gen., 82. XXIV
Ross, Johanna, C., grand·daughter of Jas. McLaren, 27. XXXIII
Ross, John, Inverness, 14. XXV
Ross, Lord, twelfth, his career, 19. XXVI
Ross, Margt., 63. XXXIII
Ross, Matthew, advocate, 66, 108. XXX
Ross, Miss R. R. Williamson, of Pitcalnie, 59-60. XXXIII
Ross, Monro, of Pitcalnie, 59. XXXIII
Ross, Mr., 63, 64, 79, 107. XXX
Ross, Mr. David, writer in Edinburgh, 189. XXVIII
Ross, Mrs., 64, 79, 80, 107. XXX
Ross, Mrs, 83. XXXIII
Ross, Mrs. Naomi, of Pitcalnie, mother of above,
lodging in Edinburgh in 1770 of, 46-7 ; furniture bought in 1770 from
the Brodies by, 49, 222. [CHECK text] XXXII
Ross, Munro, son of [Ross, Alexander, of Pitcalnie], 46-7 and n., 222. XXXII
Ross of Pitcalnie, family papers of, 221-3. XXXII
Ross, Robert, teacher, 147. XXXII
Ross, Robert, writer, 129 and n. XXIX
Ross, Roderick, Chief Constable, 145. XXVI
Ross St. (Mayfield Terrace), 177, 178. XXIV
Ross, Vice-Admiral Sir John Lockhart, presented by
merchants of London and Bristol with pieces of plate, given freedom of
Plymouth, 126-7 ; searches for Paul Jones; M.P. for Lanark Burghs;
Boswell and, 128. XXVI
Ross, Walter, w.s., of Deanhaugh, 155n. XXXIII
Ross, Wm., fourteenth Lord, 20, 134. XXVI
Ross, Wm., Secretary of Post Office, 70. XXVI
Rossignoli, Madame, teacher of dancing, 10. XXVIII
Rossignoli, Madame, teacher of dancing in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 92. XXIX
Rosslyn, Earl of, 29. XXII
Rothes, Margaret Leslie, Countess of, 123. XXIX
Rothesay Place, 16n. XXX
Rotterdam, 63. XXXIV
Roumieu, Paul, junior, clockmaker, 39-40. XXXII
Roumieu, Paul, senior, clockmaker, 40, 41. XXXII
‘Rovers’ (archery), 123, 145, 154. XXVII
Row, Archibald, merchant, 83. XXIX
Row, Chas., W.S., 140. XXIV
Row, Marjory, daughter of [Row, Archibald, merchant], petition to governors of Merchant Maiden Hospital on behalf of, 83-4. XXIX
Rowan (Rowane), Thos., 152. XXV
Rowe, Steven, 106. XXIII
Roxburgh, 141. XXXV
Roxburgh, Earl of. See Ker, Robert. XXV
Roxburgh Park (Pleasance) under jurisdiction of Canongate magistrates, 109. XXII
Roxburgh Place, Relief Chapel in, 28n. XXIX
Roxburgh, Robert, first Earl of, 112, 137. XXIII
Roxburgh, Robert Kerr, 1st Earl of, 29. XXXIV
Roxburgh, William, Earl of, and Pleasance, 136, 140. XXIII
Roxburgh’s Close, 184 n. XXIV
Roxburgh’s Croft, 140. XXIII
Roxburghshire, 141. XXXV
Roxburghshire, estates of Merchant Maiden Hospital in, 30. XXIX
Roy, Mrs., teacher of French, 149. XXXII
Royal (Dick) College of Veterinary Studies, 38, 40n. XXXIII
Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, 221. XXIV
Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, visited by the Club, App. p. 3. XXVIII
Royal Academy for Teaching Exercises (Riding School), 54. XXVI
Royal Ann, a convoy ship, 89, 96. XXVIII
Royal Arms of Scotland, 107. XXVII
Royal Association, decision to offer for sale vaults beneath National Monument by Directors of, 38-9. XXX
Royal Bank, 47. XXVII
Royal Bank Close, 124. XXXII
Royal Bank, Gilbert Innes of Stow, Deputy-Governor, 110. XXVI
Royal Bank of Scotland, 33, 35 ; and city improvements, 7, 12, 21 ; buys Excise Office, St. Andrew Square, 28. XXII
Royal Bank of Scotland, purchase of Excise Office by, 159 and n. XXIX
Royal Blind Asylum, 190. XXIV
Royal Blind Asylum, 194. XXXII
Royal Blind Asylum, 43, 44n. XXXIII
Royal Blind Asylum, Nicolson Street, 51. XXIX
Royal Botanic Garden, 63, 77. XXXIII
Royal Botanic Gardens, 33. XXXIV
Royal Burgess Golfing Society, 195. XXXII
Royal Caledonian Hunt Club, 120n. XXXIII
Royal Circus, 158 ; opening in 1826 of new market between Stockbridge and, 170. XXIX
Royal College of Physicians, 140. XXXIII
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 23. XXXII
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, cold baths in hall of, 1712, 61-62, 64, 66n. XXXIV
Royal College of Surgeons, foundation laid in 1830 in Nicholson Street of, 147 ; building in 1831 of, 155. XXX
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, hall in Drummond Street of, 28. XXXII
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, 121n; Jas. Latto a member, 148. XXXIII
Royal College of Surgeons of, Edinburgh, 66n, 91. XXXIV
Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, 179. XXXII
Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments
of Scotland, Balm-well of St. Catherine, 141, 142n; capital of Cross of
Edinburgh, 157-158; Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway,
159-164. XXXIII
Royal Company of Archers, 162, 164. XXXI
Royal Company of Archers, Archers’ Hall, 13, 14, 16n;
bowmakers to, 13, 14, 15-16n; butler to, 13; Council of, 13; dinners,
13; fletchers, 13, 14, 15, 16n; history, 13, 16n; marker to, 13, 14;
Officers of, 13, 14, 15, 16n; prize days, 14, 15; recollections of
Lindsay Rae, 13-16; Secretary, 13; uniform of bowmakers, 13, 14. XXXIII
Royal Crescent, building in 1825 in, 163; purchase by Merchant Maiden Hospital in 1870 of houses for boarders in, 31, 80. XXIX
Royal Edinburgh Volunteer Light Dragoons, 89, 90, 91, 95, 104. XXX
Royal Edinburgh Volunteers, 157. XXVIII
Royal Edinburgh Volunteers, 158, 159. XXXII
Royal Exchange, 174. XXIV
Royal Exchange, 122, 153. XXXII
Royal Exchange, 154-156. XXXV
Royal Exchange, 156 and n. XXIX
Royal Exchange Coffee House, now City Chambers, Council meeting of Edinburgh Skating Club, 108. XXXIII
Royal Exchange, mentioned in 1753 Act, 36; description of, 39; becomes Council Chambers, 1811, 43. XXXIV
Royal Exchange. See Exchange. XXII
Royal Family, 43. XXXV
Royal Geographical Society of London, 179. XXXII
Royal George, yacht of George IV, 149, 167. XXXI
Royal Gymnasium: see Royal Patent Gymnasium, The. XXXIII
Royal High School: see High School of Edinburgh. XXXIII
Royal Highland Society, 183. XXXII
Royal Hotel, 125. XXXIII
Royal Humane Society, safety equipment, 113. XXXIII
Royal Infirmary, 36 ; nurses’ home of, 27 ; mortuary
of, 27 ; contributions in 1825 for new, 164 ; extension in 1933 of,
145n. XXIX
Royal Infirmary, 27. XXXII
Royal Infirmary, 29; annual meeting, 83; archivist to,
148; foundation stone laid, 77; exclusion of women students, 78, 83;
Jas. Latto, house surgeon, 148; R. E. Scoresby Jackson, physician at,
147; resiting, 72, 74, 75 ,76, 91n. XXXIII
Royal Infirmary, 218 n.; Nurses’ Home, 102; Old, 249. XXIV
Royal Infirmary, Infirmary Street, 37. XXX
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, 43, 62; baths installed
in, 1731, 62-63; move to Infirmary Street, 63; bagnio installed in Old
Infirmary, 1756, 63-65; hot and cold baths in, 1771, 64; bagnio closed
to public, 1839, 64-65; minutes of, 66n, 67n, 96-97. XXXIV
Royal Infirmary. See Infirmary. XXII
Royal Institution, 117. XXVI
Royal Institution : see Royal Scottish Academy. XXIX
Royal Institution : see Royal Scottish Academy. XXX
Royal Institution, 45-46. XXXIV
Royal Institution, 122n. XXXIII
Royal Institution, sphynxes on, 86. XXVII
Royal Inverness Fencibles, 168. XXXII
Royal Manege, proposal in 1815 for the building on the Mound of, 42-3. XXX
Royal Mary, a convoy ship, 77, 78 XXVIII
Royal Microscopical Society, collection, 169. XXXIII
Royal Midlothian Yeomanry Cavalry, 89-91. XXX
Royal Navy : see Navy. XXVIII
Royal Observatory, Calton Hill, 128. XXX
Royal Patent Gymnasium, The, 75, 92n, 116; dog show at, 80; Edinburgh Skating Club, 115, 116. XXXIII
Royal Public Dispensary. See Dispensary. XXII
Royal Scottish Academy, 86. XXVI
Royal Scottish Academy, 45, 46, 55; exhibition in 1829 of, 143. XXX
Royal Scottish Academy, 46, 100. XXXIV
Royal Scottish Academy, 27, 38, 118n, 121n, 139. XXXV
Royal Scottish Academy, 65, 122n; exhibitions, 1869, 75, 92n; 1871, 79; 1874, 86; 1875, 87. XXXIII
Royal Scottish Academy, building in 1820s of, 145 and n., 151, 163-4, 169-70. XXIX
Royal Scottish Museum, 96, 98. XXXIV
Royal Scottish Museum (Industrial Museum) 88; brass
pocket microscope, 176n; compound microscope, 166, 174n; opening, 67,
89n. XXXIII
Royal Scottish Museum, 160n. XXIX
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 196. XXIV
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 128. XXV
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 81. XXVII
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 128-9, 131. XXX
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 181. XXXII
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 56, 70, 71, 72, 99; Journal, 54; Wm. Scoresby elected a Fellow, XXXIII
Royal Society of London, Wm. Scoresby elected a Fellow, 147. XXXIII
Royal Sovereign, yacht of George III, 149. XXXI
Royal Terrace, 48. XXXIII
Royal Terrace, 45, 81. XXXIV
Royal Terrace, building in 1831 in, 155. XXX
Royal Terrace, building in 1820s in, 147, 163, 172. XXIX
Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers, 73. XXXII
Royal Welch Fusiliers, 73. XXXII
Royal William, a convoy ship, 77, 78. XXVIII
Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, 204. XXXII
Royalty, extension of, 1, 4, 50, 173, 176, 179, 181,
182, 183; improvement com- missioners and, 27 ; burgess-ship and, 184;
opposition to, 184-5; advantages; annuity tax and, 185 ; criticism of
proposal, 186; case for, 188-9. XXII
Royalty, extension of, 1-2 ; properties remaining
outside, 3 ; boundaries, 2-4 ; properties acquired by town, 5-6 ;
feuing conditions, 18. XXIII
Royston, 43, 136. XXV
Rubens, Peter Paul, loan to the Royal Scottish Academy in 1829 by the Earl of Hopetoun of the Adoration of the Shepherds by, 143. XXX
Ruby, the, a convoy ship, 88. XXVIII
Ruddiman, Thomas, Keeper of Advocates’ Library, 20, 55. XXVII
Ruddiman, Thomas, Keeper of Advocates’ Library, 142 and n. XXIII
Ruddiman, Thos., 70. XXV
Ruddiman, Thos., scholar-printer, 67. XXII
Ruddiman, Walter, printer, 70. XXV
Ruddiman, Walter, printer, 55. XXVII
Rude Chapel, Greenside, 2 and n. XXXII
Ruffin, Mr., teacher, 149. XXXII
Runciman, Alexander, master of School of Design, 69. XXVII
Runciman, Alexander, painter, 45, 149. XXXII
Runciman, Reverend David, minister of Newington Church, 50. XXIX
Ruskie, Menteith, lands of, 4 and n. XXXI
Russel Alex.: see Russell, Alex. XXXIII
Russell, Alex., editor of The Scotsman, 31, 35, 40n, 79, 93n; libel action, 32. XXXIII
Russell, Clement, 7, 17. XXXIV
Russell, Dr Richard, 65. XXXIV
Russell, F., 83. XXXIII
Russell, George, W.S., 76, 157. XXXI
Russell, Gideon, 40. XXVII
Russell, Gideon, of Dalry Mills, 56-7, 69; grants lease, 58. XXV
Russell, Gideon, paper-maker, burgess of Edinburgh, 18. XXXIV
Russell, John (with F. C. Mears), The New Town of Edinburgh, 1-37. XXIII
Russell, John, The Builder of Pilrig House, 160-6 ; (with F. C. Mears) The New Town of Edinburgh, 167-200. XXII
Russell, John, W.S., 61. XXXIV
Russell, John, younger, merchant, 133 and n. XXIX
Russell, Lord John, 96, 131n. XXXV
Russell, Mrs. Jane, 76, 157, 162. XXXI
Russell, Mungo, 17. XXXIV
Russell, Mungo, father of Gideon, 57, 69 ; trading activities, 58-9. XXV
Russell, Mungo, paper maker, 40. XXVII
Russell, Scott, designer of Great Eastern ship, 30. XXVI
Russell, Sir Jas. A., Lord Provost, 100. XXIV
Russell, Sir Jas. A., Lord Provost, physician, 35, 37, 40n. XXXIII
Russell, Surgeon-Major A. F., 147. XXVI
Russell, Thomas, baillie, 31-32, 119n. XXXV
Russian ships, convoy for, 89. XXVIII
Rutherford, … [no prenames], surgeon apprentice, 55. XXIX
Rutherford, Archibald, teacher of drawing, 149. XXXII
Rutherford, Daniel, Prof. of Botany, requests more salary, 56-7. XXIII
Rutherford, Dr., 66. XXX
Rutherford, Henry, 4. XXXIV
Rutherford, Jas., of Ashintully, W.S., 172. XXIV
Rutherford, John, of Edgerston, 105-6. XXVI
Rutherford, John, Professor of Medicine, 151. XXII
Rutherford, Lord, 60. XXVI
Rutherford, Miss, 71. XXXV
Rutherford, Mrs., of Hunthill, 50. XXVI
Rutherford, Prof. William, 100. XXXIV
Rutherford, Robert, W.S., 109, 163. XXXI
Rutherford, Sir Thos., 60. XXVI
Rutherford, Susan, 106-8. XXXI
Rutherfurd, John, of Edgerston, 168. XXX
Ruthven, Lady, 113. XXVI
Ruthven, Patrick, of Gardyne, 121. XXIX
Ruthven, Thomas, writer, 23, 62. XXIV
Ruthven, William, of Gardyne, son of [Ruthven, Patrick, of Gardyne], 121. XXIX
Rutland Street, 123n; No. 1, 123n; No. 23, 90n. XXXIII
Rynd, James, 98. XXIII
Rynd, Janet, foundress of Magdalen Chapel, 99. XXIII
Rynd, John, 99. XXIII
Rynde, Alexander, donations to altar in St. Giles’, 117. XXIII

S

Sabbath Movement (Post Oftice closure), 16, 49, 116n, 123n. XXXV
Sabbath observance in Edinburgh, 193-4. XXVIII
Sacristan’s Lands, 8, 16. XXXIV
Sainton, Prosper, violinist, 68, 90n. XXXIII
Saints Mary and James, Chapel of, Newhaven, 4. XXXII
Salem, 94. XXIV
Saline, Lord. See Birnie, Sir A. XXV
Saline, Lord, Senator of the College of Justice, 132 and n. XXIX
Salisbury Cathedral, 137. XXXIII
Salisbury Crags, 75, 81. XXIII
Salisbury Crags, 25. XXIV
Salisbury Crags, 125, 140. XXVII
Salisbury Crags, 73. XXXIII
Salisbury crags, 47. XXXIV
Salisbury Crags, decision in 1831 of House of Lords to stop quarrying at, 156. XXX
Salisbury Crags, quarrying in 1826 of, 172-173 and n. XXIX
Salisbury Green, 182 ; builder of, purchased by Wm. Nelson, publisher, 233-4. XXIV
Salisbury Place, 193, 194; barrier-gate, 156. XXIV
Salisbury Road, 155, 174 and n., 175, 177, 178, 191, 192, 193, 194. XXIV
Sally, a convoy ship, 105. XXVIII
Salmon, Mr, son of [Salmon, Rev. Alexander], 64, 76-77. XXXV
Salmon, Rev. Alexander, Sydney, N.S.W., 47, 64, 76, 123n. XXXV
Salt dues, 15. XXVII
Salt Tron, 121, 130. XXIX
‘Salt Trone,’ 165. XXII
Saltcoats, 14. XXXIV
Salto, Mr., 91. XXX
Salton, Mr., teacher, 149. XXXII
Saltoun, Alexander, 15th Lord, 166. XXXI
Saltoun, Marjory, Lady 143-4, 166. 8 XXXI
Salvesen, Iver, 124. XXXIII
Salzmann, L. F., English Life in the Middle Ages, 120-1 and n. XXX
Samson’s Ribs, 66. XXXIII
Sanctuary of Holyrood, 42, 43. XXIII
Sandars, Mrs., teacher, 149. XXXII
Sandars, William, Professor of Mathematics at St. Andrews University, 150. XXXII
Sandeman, J. Condie S., advocate, 124. XXXIII
Sandersdaill, 16. XXXIV
Sandiland, James, of Calder, 19. XXXIV
Sandiland, Robt., merchant, 122. XXV
Sandilands, John, 122, 123. XXIX
Sandilands, Matthew, W.S., 118; skating medal, 131. XXXIII
Sandilands, Robert, son of [Sandilands, John], 123. XXIX
Sandilands, Robt., merchant, 140. XXIV
Sandilands, Sir John, of Calder, 70. XXXIV
Sandilands, Thos., deacon of Wrights, 237. XXIV
Sandilands, Thos., deacon of wrights, 214-215. XXV
Sandport Street, 144. XXXIII
Sands, Major William, East India Company, 226. XXXII
Sandstone, used in 1885 shaft of Cross of Edinburgh,
152; Darney sandstone used in 1970 reconstruction of Cross of
Edinburgh, 154. XXXIII
Sandwich men, 213-14. XXXII
Sandy, Agnes, 2, 15. XXIV
Sandy, Eleanor, 2, 15. XXIV
Sandy, Geo., apprentice W.S., Diary of, 16-69; Introd., local and personal recorder, secret code, history of Diary, 1 ; parentage and education, jottings, 2; founds boys’ club, 2-4; drawings in Diary,
4-5; sketches Black Turnpike, 5 ; Barras chapel, Princes St., West
Bastion, Leith, 6 ; notes on Castle and Holyrood, 7; antiquarian
excursions, attends theatre, Shakespeare Square, 8 ; meets Scott and
Jeffrey, 10; Deacon Brodie, 11 ; becomes W.S., arranges Signet Library
and compiles catalogue, 13 ; appointed secretary of Bank of Scotland,
13-14; figures in Modern Athenians, resides in Buccleuch Place, 14; leaves fortune, 14-15; Text
Deacon Brodie, 16, 39, 50, 51, 54, 58, 60; list of books, 21-3; removes
to Carrubber’s Close, drawing of College Church, 23 ; chapel at
Portsburgh, strolls in King’s Park, 25 ; Chapel Royal, 27-8 ; fortalice
at Craiglockhart, 29 ; books and prints, 31, 33 ; witnesses military
displays, 32, 34, 37, 38 ; makes drawing of Black Turnpike, 35-6, 40;
Latin studies, 37; visits Castle, 39; North Loch drawing, 40; city
dimensions, 43-5; Roman camp, 47, 48 ; W.S. apprentice, 48, 59;
subscribes to Signet Library fund, at playhouse, 60 ; attends Leith
races, 61, 62. XXIV
Sandy, Gilbert, 2, 15. XXIV
Sandy, Jas., 14. XXIV
Sandy, Marion, 61. XXIV
Sang, David, W.S., Secy. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 116, 123; resignation, 117. XXXIII
Sang, John H., W.S., Secy. Edinburgh Skating Club, 123. XXXIII
Sangster, John, teacher, 150. XXXII
Sanitation, 89-90, 96. XXIII
Sankey, Ira David, American evangelist, 85. XXXIII
Sanquhar, Member of Parliament from 1702-1707 for, 132n. XXIX
Santley, Chas., baritone, 71, 91n. XXXIII
Sauchieburn, 109. XXVII
Saughton, 55. XXV
Saughton, 1, 8, 12n, 16. XXXIV
Saughton Whins, 8. XXXIV
Saughtonhall, 200. XXV
Saughtonhall, 1, 6-8, 12n, 16-17. XXXIV
Saughtonhall Bridge, 109. XXXIV
Saughtonhall House, sundial at, 108. XXVII
Saunders, Dr. William, 72, 156. XXXI
Saunders, Miss, mistress in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 44, 91. XXIX
Sawers, Mr. T. L., his painting of Rillbank, 42. XXVIII
Saxe-Coburg Place, purchase by Merchant Maiden Hospital in 1870 of houses for boarders in, 31, 69, 79, 80. XXIX
Scaithwy, Robert, burgess of Canongate, 105. XXIII
Scarborough Rd., Newington, 181 and n. XXIV
Scarlet, Ed., of London, scientific instrument-maker, 171. XXXIII
Scarlet Fever, prevalence in mid-nineteenth century in Edinburgh of, 37. XXIX
Scarves, 62-3. XXXI
Schaw, John & Son, furnishers, 1755, 59. XXXIII
Schaw, John, in Bristo, 60. XXII
Schaw, Margt., furnisher, 1755, 60. XXXIII
Scheill, Wm., merchant, 110. XXV
Schenck, F., engraver, 49, 52. XXX
Schenk, Frederick, print of Hamilton Place Academy, 177. XXXIII
Schetky, John G. C., teacher of music, 150. XXXII
Scheves, Richard, indweller in Canongate, 121, 122, 124. XXIII
Schlapp, Otto, Ph.D., 162. XXVI
Schneider, Charles, teacher in Merchant Maiden Hospital, 76, 89, 92. XXIX
Schoirt, John, 2, 9. XXXIV
School Board, 36, 39. XXXIII
School of Applied Art, 94. XXVII
School of Art, municipal, 95. XXVII
School of Art. See Edinburgh School of Design. XXVII
School of Arts : see Heriot-Watt College. XXX
School of Arts, 152 and n. XXIX
School of Arts, Secy., 38. XXXIII
School of Design, institution in 1760 by Board of
Manufacturers and subsequent history of, 60-1 ; first shawl maker
admitted to, 61 ; premiums for shawl designs given by, 61-3. XXXI
Schoolhouse, Morningside, 91-2. XXIV
Schools, hospital or charity, improvements in status, 2. XXVIII
Schumann, Mrs Robt.: see Wieck, Clara. XXXIII
Science Museum, London, brass pocket microscope, 176n. XXXIII
Sciennes, 32. XXX
Sciennes (Sheens), 88. XXII
Sciennes (Sheens), 158, 169 n., 209, 217, 226. XXIV
Sciennes, archery at, 123. XXVII
Sciennes, Convent of St. Catherine of Sienna, 138. XXXIII
Sciennes Hill House, 79. XXVI
Sciennes nunnery, 136. XXV
Sciennes Road, 32. XXX
Scientific instrument-makers, 165-176; Glasgow, 165; Edinburgh, 165-176; London, 165, 166, 168, 169, 170, 173, 174, 175n. XXXIII
Sclaitt Mill, 14, 16 ; position in Water of Leith village of, 13 and n ; condition in 1684 of, 13 and n. XXX
Sclater’s Close, 69. XXXIV
“Scogies,” 14, 16n. XXXIII
Scone, 2. XXX
Scoresby Sound, Greenland, 147. XXXIII
Scoresby, Wm., article in Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 147, 149n; captain of the Enterprise,
146-147; curate at Bessingby, 147; elected Fellow of the Royal Society
of Edinburgh, 146; elected Fellow of the Royal Society of London, 147;
publication of Account of the Arctic regions and the northern whale fisheries, 147; vicar at Bradford, 147. XXXIII
Scory, Mr., 77. XXX
Scory, Mrs., 77. XXX
Scot, John, printer, 52. XXV
Scot, Mr., teacher of French, 150. XXXII
Scot, Walter, merchant, 69. XXIII
Scot, Walter, of Gairdenshall, 8. XXV
Scot, William, of Thirlestane, 128, 129. XXVII
Scotch Wool and Hosiery Stores, 140. XXX
Scotia, 141. XXXV
Scotia, expedition to Antarctic, 54. XXXIII
Scotland, condition after Reformation of education in,
1-2 ; anniversary in 1827 of George IV’s visit to, 178 ; bill of 1828
improving administration of criminal just-ice in, 180. XXIX
Scotland of Mary Stuart, 36. XXVII
Scotland Street, 50. XXXIV
Scotland Street, 1, 2, 15, 25, 138-140. XXXV
Scotland Street, building in 1820s in, 146, 151. XXIX
Scotland Street, depression at north end of, 159;
goods station between Scotland Street and Rodney Street tunnels, 160;
line to Chain Pier opened in 1848, 160; line to Trinity opened, 1842,
159; route of Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway, 159; tunnel of
railway, 159. XXXIII
Scotland Street Street Tunnel, 159, 160, 161, 164n;
description, 160; door connecting to Waverley Station, 160; facade,
160-161. XXXIII
Scots Army, contribution of citizens of Edinburgh for use in Ireland in 1643 of, 97. XXIX
Scots Brigade, presentation of colours, 10. XXVI
Scot’s Close, Cowgate, 145, 148. XXXII
Scots Estates ratify Seal of Cause of Tailors of Canongate, 93. XXII
Scots Greys, 138-40. XXXI
Scot’s Land, High School Wynd, 132. XXXII
Scots Magazine, 176, 184, 186; Provost Drummond’s letter to, commending proposals for public works, 6. XXII
Scots Magazine, 75. XXIII
Scots Magazine, 11, 49, 103. XXVI
Scots Magazine, 20, 54. XXVII
Scots Magazine, article in 1815 on proposed plans for buildings on the Mound in, 42. XXX
Scots Magazine, The, article, 1617 Cross of Edinburgh, 151. XXXIII
Scots of Argyll, 144. XXXV
Scots Versailles, 209. XXIV
Scots White Paper Manufactory, 61, 66; changes management, 67. XXV
Scots White Paper Manufactory, 44-7. XXVII
Scotsman, 65, 98. XXXIV
Scotsman letter re ‘Ancient Villages of Edinburgh,’ 2. XXV
Scotsman, 155n., 178n. XXIX
Scotsman, The, 5711, 62; Articles: Chair of
Midwifery, Edinburgh University, 92n; Chessel’s Court, fire, 70;
compositors’ strike, 82; council meetings, 40n; Wm. Dick, obituary, 38;
electoral apathy, 34; free library, 73, 91n; freedom of city to Earl
Grey, 24; gale damage, 71; gas company, 40n; Literary Institute, 42n,
44n; municipal politics, 31, 34, 40n, 41n; Old Greyfriars, 91n;
political bias, 31, 32; rates 34; re-erection, 1885, of Cross of
Edinburgh, 152, 155n; temperance, 33; visitors to St. Catherine’s
balm-well, 140. XXXIII
Scotsman, The, 135, 167. XXXV
Scotsman, The, duel in 1829 between editors of the Caledonian Mercury and, 146. XXX
Scott (Scot), Wm., architect, 182. XXII
Scott, Agnes, wife of John Wilkie, merchant, 119 and n. XXIX
Scott, Alex., friend of Byron, 84 n. XXIV
Scott, Alex., merchant, Parkside, 232, 233. XXIV
Scott, Alexander, 17. XXXIV
Scott, Archibald, architect, 89, 130n. XXXV
Scott, Captain, of Gala, 226. XXXII
Scott, Charles, 133, 165. XXXI
Scott, Chas. Balfour, W.S., of Woll, friend of Sir Walter, 104. XXVI
Scott, Col. Francis, of Beechwood, 120. XXVI
Scott, David, minister in Edinburgh, 77. XXIV
Scott, Dr. David, minister of Corstorphine, 176 and n. XXIV
Scott, Dr. John, 182 n. XXXII
Scott, Dr. William, land for Tron Church purchased from, 98. XXIX
Scott, Elizabeth, wife of David Touris, 73. XXV
Scott, ffraser, or Francis, of Beechwood, 118. [NOTE double lower case f in name] XXXIII
Scott, Findlay and Balderston, W.S., 167. XXX
Scott, Francis, late of Bombay, 116. XXVI
Scott, Francis, of Beechwood, 226. XXXII
Scott, G. G., architect, 99, 102. XXXIV
Scott, General, 226. XXXII
Scott, General Thos., of Malleny, 184. XXV
Scott, Geo. Sydney, grants feu-charter of Parkside, 234. XXIV
Scott, Hugh, minister of Galashiels, 116. XXIX
Scott, James, Selkirk, 4. XXXIV
Scott, Jas., portioner in Bristo, 64. XXII
Scott, Jean, wife of Walter Jamieson, glazier, 133 and n. XXIX
Scott, John, 73. XXV
Scott, John, 14. XXXIV
Scott, John, brother of Sir Walter, 2, 62. XXIV
Scott, John C., of Synton, 162. XXVI
Scott, John Chas., seventh Duke of Buccleuch: see Buccleuch, John Chas. Scott, seventh Duke of. XXXIII
Scott, John, master wright, 99, 10.6 ; report in 1642
on wood of Tolbooth gallery by, 103 ; instructed to build gallery,
porch and floor in Tron Church, 107 ; instructed to put rails round
Tron Church, 109. p XXIX
Scott, John, merchant burgess and gild brother, 10. XXIX
Scott, John, of Gala, 104; kinsman of Sir Walter, 76 ; accompanies latter to Continent, dines with Byron, 77. XXVI
Scott, John, of Whitehaugh, 102. XXVI
Scott, John, Town’s wright, 132. XXIV
Scott, John, writer, 133 and n. XXIX
Scott, Lady, of Abbotsford (second), 87, 94; reserved
disposition, reader of books and newspapers, interested in politics,
88-9. XXVI
Scott, Magdalen, wife of James Cockburn, goldsmith, 123. XXIX
Scott, Margt., wife of John Scott, 73. XXV
Scott, Mary, 54. XXIX
Scott, Miss, 66. XXX
Scott, Miss, of Gala, 113. XXVI
Scott, Miss, of Gala, 226. XXXII
Scott Monument, 101. XXIV
Scott Monument, 115. XXVI
Scott, Monument, 39, 50, 53, 55. XXX
Scott, Mr., 13 XXIX
Scott, Mr, 28, 118n. XXXV
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. William, china shop in Leven Lodge owned by, 192. XXXII
Scott, Mr, missionary in Demerara, 11, 79, 115n. XXXV
Scott, Mrs., 93. XXX
Scott, Mrs., of Gala, 226. XXXII
Scott, Mrs., teacher, 150. XXXII
Scott of Greenhill, 108. XXV
Scott of Synton, 122. XXVI
Scott, P. R., 180. XXXIII
Scott, Patrick, his brewery in Causeway- side, 169, 170. XXIV
Scott, Peter, clothier and shirt merchant, 24, 117n. XXXV
Scott, Rev. Dr. David, 146. XXVI
Scott, Robert, artist, 42. XXX
Scott, Robert, writer, 126 and n. XXIX
Scott, Robt., ‘of Montpelier’ 84 and n. XXIV
Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert, 94n. XXXIII
Scott, Sir Walter, 23, 34, 36, 57, 84, 85, 87, 104, 133 ; and Dr. Jamieson of Scottish Dictionary
fame, 40-1 ; and Riddell family, 43 ; and Master of Riding School, 54;
and ‘regiment of Sutherland giants,’ 56; and Henry Erskine, 78;
revisits old home, 74-5 ; and Mrs. Jobson of Lochore, 88 ; Warren
Hastings and, 91 ; and Dr. Alex. Adam, 97 ; and McDougals of
Mackerston, 118-19. XXVI
Scott, Sir Walter, 32, 60, 180. XXVII
Scott, Sir Walter, 75 ; entry to High School as pupil
in 1779 of, 143n. ; Chairman of Edinburgh Oil Gas Light Company, 148
and n. XXIX
Scott, Sir Walter, 115, 129. XXX
Scott, Sir Walter, 68, 70, 133, 157, 163, 165 ; part played in national revival by, 66. XXXI
Scott, Sir Walter, 223 ; educational career of, 108-9, 113, 120, 127, 138, 140, 144, 150, 153 ; monument of, 200. XXXII
Scott, Sir Walter, 2, 5, 9, 10, 81, 86, 111, 114, 115,
161, 183, 190 n., 193, 213 n.; and south side, 152; and Burke and Hare
murders, 196. XXIV
Scott, Sir Walter, 5, 9, 11, 33, 62, 79, 86, 109, 113n, 134n, 137. XXXV
Scott, Sir Walter, 81, 94n, 121n; centenary
celebrations, 81; Gas Company chairman, 36; parts of 1617 Cross of
Edinburgh at Abbotsford, 155n; statue on Ross fountain, 77. XXXIII
Scott, Sir Walter, and General Ainslie of Pilton, 41-2 ; proposes to co-operate with Jas. Skene in producing Reekieana, 129-33 ; plan frustrated, 138. XXV
Scott, Sir Walter, and Hopetoun monument, St. Andrew
Square, 29, 32, 33-4 ; meeting to consider erecting monument to, 36;
attends school in Hamilton’s Entry, 76 ; and ‘celebrated Dr. Graham,’
medical quack, 150-51, 154, 158, 159. XXII
Scott, Sir Walter, aspires to be Baron of Exchequer, 39. XXIII
Scott, Sir Walter, his visits to St. John Street, 64-5. XXVIII
Scott, Sir William, elder, of Harden, 129 and n. XXIX
Scott, Sir William, of Thirlestane, 10 and n. XXXI
Scott, Sir William, younger, of Harden, son of [Scott, Sir William, elder, of Harden], 129n. XXIX
Scott, Thomas, brother of Sir Walter Scott, 165. XXXI
Scott, Thomas, nephew of Sir Walter Scott, 133, 165. XXXI
Scott, Thos., brewer, Pleasance, 232. XXIV
Scott, Thos., W.S., 100, 121. XXXIII
Scott, Tom, W.S., brother of Sir Walter, 2, 4, 15, 19, 24, 34, 62, 63. XXIV
Scott, W. R., his Joint Stock Companies quoted, 53, 62, 65. XXV
Scott, Walter, brewer at Gardenhall, 157. XXVII
Scott, Walter Francis, fifth Duke of Buccleuch: see Buccleuch, Walter Francis Scott, fifth Duke of. XXXIII
Scott, Walter, ‘of Bonnywater,’ brewer, at Gairnshall, 208 and n., 218 n. XXIV
Scott, Walter, of Harden, 2, 41, 120. XXVI
Scott, Walter, second baronet, 88. XXVI
Scott, Walter, W.S., 150. XXII
Scott, Walter, W.S., 2, 4, 19, 61, 62. XXIV
Scott, Walter, W.S., [father of Scott, Sir Walter], original of Saunders Fairford in Redgauntlet, 75; Boswell’s interview with, 75-6. XXVI
Scott, William, 185. XXIX
Scott, William, 17. XXXIV
Scott, William, teacher, 150. XXXII
Scott, Wm. Henry Walter Montague Douglas, sixth Duke
of Buccleuch: see Buccleuch, Wm. Henry Walter Montague Douglas Scott,
sixth Duke of. XXXIII
Scott, Wm., owner of lands and houses in the Dean, 73. XXV
Scott, Wm., teacher of Greek in Town’s College, 65 ; his house occupied by Sir Richd. Steele, 68. XXII
Scott, Wm., wright, 113, 115. XXV
Scott, Wm., younger, of Raeburn, 119, 131. XXVI
Scottish Central Library, building in Lawnmarket of, 134. XXIX
Scottish Christian Journal, 80, 128n. XXXV
Scottish Council of the Labour Party: see Labour Party. XXXIII
Scottish Drapery Corporation, 138. XXX
Scottish Educational Film Association, 91. XXXIV
Scottish Gallery of Painting and Sculpture, 89. XXVII
Scottish Labour History Society, 17. XXXIII
Scottish Labour Party, formation, 1888, 33. XXXIII
Scottish Legal Life Assurance Company, 39. XXXIII
Scottish Marine Station for Scientific Research,
Granton, 50-58; annexe at Inchcolm, 53; closed, 56; finances, 51, 55,
56; Greenland whale, 55; illustrated booklet, 53; library of Sir
Wyville Thomson, 52; opened, 53; report, 55, 57n. XXXIII
Scottish Meteorological Society, 51, 53. XXXIII
Scottish Motor Traction Company, 85, 88. XXXIV
Scottish National Gallery, 41. XXX
Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 98. XXXIV
Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers,
branches: Aberdeen, 20; Dumfries, 20, 22; Dundee, 20; Dunfermline, 20;
Glasgow, 18, 19, 22; Greenock, 17, 20; Kirkcaldy, 20; Montrose, 20;
history, 17, 18; rules conference, 18. XXXIII
Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers, Central Committee, 18. XXXIII
Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers,
Edinburgh Branch, 1833-1837, 17-26; accounts, 17; central committee,
18; correspondence with other branches, 18, 19, 20; delegates’
expenses, 18; disputes, 19; financial assistance, 18; fire insurance on
members tools and tool chests, 22; formation of branch, 17; laws, 17,
21, 22; meetings, 21; minutes, 17; regalia, 25; strike action, 18;
subscriptions, 21. XXXIII
Scottish National Union of Cabinet and Chair Makers,
Glasgow Branch, 18, 19, 22; initiation ceremony, 19; insurance of
members tools, 19; ties with Edinburgh Branch, 18, 19. XXXIII
Scottish Patriot, 23. XXXIII
Scottish Press, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 31, 66, 96, 100, 112-113n. XXXV
Scottish Press, Article: Hamilton Place Academy, 180-182. XXXIII
Scottish Shopkeepers’ and Assistants’ Union, 141. XXX
Scottish Trade Union Gazette, or Trades Advocate, 23. XXXIII
Scottish Trades Council Labour Party, 1891-1892, 33. XXXIII
Scottish Union Insurance Company, 78. XXXIII
Scottish Universities Commission, 95. XXXIV
Scottish Wagon Co., 104, 124. XXII
Scottish Widows Fund and Life Assurance Company, foundation, 146; insurance policy for Dr Thos. Aitchison Latta, 146. XXXIII
Scottish Workers’ Representation Committee, established 1900, 31. XXXIII
Scott-Moncrieff, David, composer of “John Frost,” 109; member of Edinburgh Skating Club, 109, 123. XXXIII
Scott-Moncrieff, Miss M. (Lady Sorn), 124. XXXIII
Scott-Moncrieff, Robt., W.S., 106, 123. XXXIII
Scott-Moncrieff, Wm., 124. XXXIII
Scotts of Malleny, 183. XXV
Scougal, Miss, 77. XXX
Scougal, Mr., 77. XXX
Scougal, Mrs., 77, 107. XXX
Scougals, The, 63, 99. XXX
Scoular (Scooler), Alexander, of Southfield, 141. XXIII
Scoular, Alexander, tanner, 140. XXIII
Scoular, William, teacher, 150. XXXII
Scoullar, William, merchant, 127 and n. XXIX
Scrofula, prevalence in nineteenth century in Edinburgh of, 36, 37. XXIX
Scrymgeour, David, of Gartmore, 140, 149. XXIV
Scrymgeour, David, of Gartmore, 120. XXV
Sculptors, 65, 79, 80, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88n. XXXIII
Sculptured stone at Bloomsberry Cottage, 98 ; and in Buccleuch St., 214. XXIV
Sculptured Stones and Inscriptions, Skene’s drawings of, 137. XXV
Scurvy, prevalence in early eighteenth century in Merchant Maiden Hospital of, 35. XXIX
Seafield, 36. XXIX
Seafield, 17. XXXII
Seafield Baths, 1813, 65. XXXIV
Seagate, The, 4. XXXII
Seaton, Captain William, 128-9. XXIX
Seaton, Mr, dweller in Canongate, 16th C., 49. XXXIII
Seaton village: see Seton Village. XXXIII
Seceders in Potterrow, 193. XXIV
Seceders’ Land, Bristo, 73-4; manse of Adam Crib, 75. XXII
Seceders’ Meeting-house in Bristo, original building
scene of dispute between Burghers and Anti-burghers ; re-union of these
sects and union of Secession and Relief bodies witnessed in later
church, 73-4; first church described ; later building, 75. XXII
Sedan chairs, 143. XXV
Seed merchants, 37. XXXIII
Seily, Mr., 74. XXXI
Select Society, 21-2, 67. XXVII
Selkirk, 4. XXXIV
Selkirk, 84. XXXV
Selkirk. Dunbar Douglas Hamilton, fourth Earl of, 99, 120n. XXXIII
Selkirk, Matthew, minister at Crichton, 144, 150. XXIV
Selkrig, Robert, 185. XXIX
Sellar (Seillar), John, paper maker, 56, 58, 69. XXV
Sellar, Prof. W. Y., 36. XXVII
Sennertus, Daniel, 113. XXVII
Sermon anent the Plague, 21. XXXII
sermons, summaries of, by James Boyd, 4-110 passim, 137. XXXV
Service, Jas., wright, 115. XXV
Service-Book, Scottish, 1637, 98. XXIX
‘Sessional School,’ New Street, 118. XXII
Seton, Capt. David, and Parkside, 232. XXIV
Seton, George, son of [Seton, Sir Alexander, of Pitmedden], 115. XXIX
Seton, John, goldsmith, 100. XXV
Seton, John, royal coalman, 2. XXXIV
Seton, John, treasurer, Geo. Watson’s Hospital, 199. XXV
Seton, Sir Alex., of Pitmedden, 227 ; daughters of, obtain infeftment of ground in St. Leonards, 227 and n. XXIV
Seton, Sir Alex., of Pitmedden, 101, 120. XXV
Seton, Sir Alexander, of Pitmedden, Senator of College of Justice, 115. XXIX
Seton Village, 48. XXXIII
Seton, William, tailor, Canongate, 2. XXXIV
Sett of burgh, 15. XXVII
sewed screen, 110, 134n. XXXV
Seymour’s Regiment : see Fourth Foot, or, King’s Own Regiment. XXXII
Shairp, J. C., Principal of United College, St. Andrews, 74, 79, 91n. XXXIII
Shairp, Thos., of Houston, 130. XXVI
Shakespeare Square, 8. XXIV
Shakespeare Square, 43, 45. XXXIV
Shakespeare Square, 148n. XXX
Shakespeare, William, 74-5. XXIX
Shambles at North Loch, 187. XXII
Shand, Jas., H.M. Trumpeter, 119. XXV
Shand, Jas., taverner, 116. XXV
Shandwick Place, 65. XXVII
Shandwick Place, 58, 138. XXX
Shandwick Place, 209. XXXII
Shandwick Place, gas explosion in 1825 in, 159. XXIX
Sharp, Archbishop, 247. XXIV
Sharp, Buccleugh, salt officer, 146. XXIII
Sharp, John, stabler in Pleasance, 143, 146. XXIII
Sharp, Sir William, master of the Mint, 123n. XXIX
Sharpdale, 190. XXIV
Sharpe, C. Kirkpatrick, 137. XXV
Sharpe, Chas. Kirkpatrick, 78, 83, 108 ; relative of
Duchess-Countess of Sutherland, 56; visits to George Square, 84; his
version of scene caused by mother of Byron, 113. XXVI
Sharpe, Kirkpatrick, comment on secret marriage of John, 7th Earl of Stair, 34. XXVII
Shaw, Chas., of Leith, 122. XXXIII
Shaw, Euphemia, 53. XXXV
Shaw, G. B., The Common-sense of Municipal Trading, 141n. XXX
Shaw, Geo. Bernard, 37. XXXIII
Shaw, Jas., member of Chair Makers’ Union, 26. XXXIII
Shaw, Jean, wife of Mungo Campbell of Burnbank, 133 and n. XXIX
Shaw, John, mealmaster, 115. XXXIV
Shaw, Miss, 100. XXXV
Shaw, Mrs, 18, 53. XXXV
Shawfields Lodging, Riddel’s Court, 127. XXV
Shawls, period of popularity of, 52 ; place of first
manufacture of, 53 and n. ; materials used in the manufacture of, 52 ;
cashmere, 64 ; imitation Indian, 52, 54-5, 56, 59, 62-3 ; Norwich, 52,
55 ; Paisley, 54, 56, 64 ; first use of the name Paisley, 52;
comparison of Edinburgh and Paisley shawls, 55 ; size of factories for
making Paisley, 58 ; premiums for shawls awarded to weavers of Paisley,
53; printed, 62; silk, 62-3; silk and cotton, 63 ; silk and wool, 63 ;
tweeled cotton, 63 ; woollen, 63. See also Edinburgh shawls ; Kashmir
shawls. XXXI
Sheabeen: see Shebeen, Bible Land. XXXIII
Shean, Christian, spinet maker, 51. XXXII
Shean, Mrs., 51. XXXII
Shebeen, Bible Land, 46. XXXIII
Sheen’s Walls, 17. XXXII
Sheep’fs Heid Inn, Duddingston, 84. XXXIV
Sheerness, a convoy ship, 80, 81, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 103. XXVIII
Sheils, William, merchant burgess, 116. XXIX
Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, 102. XXXIV
Shepherd, Robert, grocer, 133-4. XXX
Shepherd, T. H., drawing of Tower of Merchiston by, 31. XXXI
Shepherd, T. H., View of Edinburgh, shewing the
communication between the old and the new town as proposed by Alexander
Trotter Esqr., of Dreghorn
, [1834], 47. XXX
Shepherd’s Ha’ : see Portobello Hut. XXXI
Sheridan, Thos., author of English Dictionary, 124. XXVI
Sheriff Brae, Leith, 142. XXXII
Sheriff, Matthew, Lieutenant, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163, 169. XXXII
Sheriff, Robt., merchant in Leith, 21. XXIII
Sheriff, William, teacher, 150. XXXII
Sheriffhall, dovecote at, 170, 171, 172, 176. XXV
Sheriffs of Scotland, list of, 145n. XXXV
Sheriffs, responsibility for roads and bridges, 105. XXXIV
Sherlock, Mrs., keeper of Woolpack Inn, 73. XXII
Sherman, Rev. James, 41, 122n. XXXV
Sherrington, Helen, 71, 79, 91n. XXXIII
Sherrington, Lemmens: see Sherrington, Helen. XXXIII
Sheshadri, Narayan, 86. XXXIII
Shevalier, Jakline, 58. XXXIV
Shiells, Miss, Boarding School, 139, 148. XXVI
Shiells, Widow, 9, 31. XXV
Shiels, 35. XXVII
Ship Tavern, Edinburgh Skating Club dinner, 108. XXXIII
Shipping Company : see London and Edinburgh Shipping Company. XXX
Shipping, convoys for, on East Coast of Scotland,
76-109 ; for names of vessels employed, see individual items throughout
index. XXVIII
‘Shirley’ essays, 36. XXVII
Shoemakers, 37, 39, 143. XXXIII
Shoemakers. See Cordiners. XXII
Shoemakers’ shops in Cowgate, 95. XXIII
Shops, eighteenth and nineteenth century Edinburgh, 119-141. XXX
Short, Jas., reflecting telescope maker, 179, 175n; “signature,” 166, 174n. XXXIII
Short, Jas., schoolmaster, 118. XXV
Short, Thos., mathematical and optical instrument-maker, Leith, 166; member of the Incorporation of Wrights, 166. XXXIII
Show front, architectural importance of, 37 and n. XXXI
Sibbald, Jane, teacher, 150. XXXII
Sibbald, Sir Robert, physician, 53, 54. XXIII
Sibbald, Sir Robt., founder of the Royal College of Physicians, 140, 142n. XXXIII
Sibbald, William, surveyor, 43. XXXIV
Siddons, Elizabeth, 81-3, 92, 95, 100, 119. XXXI
Siddons, Henry, husband of Mrs. Harriet Siddons, 157-8. XXXI
Siddons, Henry, son of Mrs. Harriet Siddons, 81-2, 84, 86, 95, 128, 147-8, 151. XXXI
Siddons, Miss, actress (Mrs Chaunter), 66, 89n. XXXIII
Siddons, Mrs., 8, 52. XXIV
Siddons, Mrs., first appearance on Edinburgh stage, 113. XXVI
Siddons, Mrs. Harriet, actress, 68, 81 and n., 82-5,
89-92, 95, 97 and n., 98, 100-1, 103 and n., 106, 115, 117-22, 127,
146, 148, 151, 157-8, 163. XXXI
Siddons, Mrs. Sarah, actress, performance in Edinburgh in 1810 in King John of, 111-12. XXX
Siddons, Sally, 81-3, 92, 99-100, 113, 119-21, 127. XXXI
Siddons, William, 81-2, 91, 95, 128, 147-8, 151. XXXI
Siege of Belgrade, performance in Edinburgh in 1810 of, 115. XXX
Sighthill, 8, 16. XXXIV
Signet, Clerks to the, subscribe towards public works, 8. XXII
Signet, Keepers of, purchase of Writers’ Court by, 125 and n. XXIX
Signet Library, 1, 13. XXIV
Signet Library, 35. XXXII
Signet Library, 46. XXXIV
Signet, Society of Writers to, 13. XXIV
Signet, Writers to His Majesty’s, 53. XXIII
Signet, Writers to the, 15; and charity workhouse, 39; and poor rates, 48-9. XXII
Signet, Writers to the, contribute to Orphan Hospital, 158. XXVII
Silliman’s Close, 69. XXXIV
Silvermills village, course of old mill-lade serving mills at, 13. XXX
Sim, … [no prenames in text], occupant of Bible Land c. 17– [incomplete date in text], 46. XXXIII
Sime, Alexander, painter, 75. XXVII
Sime, Andrew, joiner, 48. XXXIII
Sime, David and Son, shawl manufacturers, 55 and n., 59 and n., 62. XXXI
Sime, Jas., Chairman of Literary Institute, 43, 44. XXXIII
Sime, Peter E., drawing master, 79. XXVII
Simeon, monk of Durham, 141, 145n. XXXV
Simeon of Durham, Opera, 8n. XXX
Simmie, Norwegian skiff, 53. XXXIII
Simon Square, 82, 86. XXII
Simon Square, 202, 205 n. XXIV
Simprim, parish church of, 4 and n, 5 and n. XXX
Simpson, Andrew, merchant, 231. XXIV
Simpson, Bailie Andrew, 18. XXXII
Simpson, Daniel, W.S., 132 and n. XXIX
Simpson, David, of Teviotbank, 48. XXVI
Simpson, Dr A. R., 77, 92n. XXXIII
Simpson, Isabel, first wife of Sir Jas. Nicolson, seventh baronet, 81. XXII
Simpson, Jas., advocate, 102, 103, 109, 121; Asst. Treas. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 101; directions for Club members, 109, 110, 125-129; inventory of Club’s property, 109, 110, 125-129; retiral as Secy., 114; Secy. of Edinburgh Skating Club, 101; system of life saving, 111, 112, 113; Treas. of Club, 101. XXXIII
Simpson, John, 226. XXXII
Simpson, John, 21. XXXIV
Simpson, John, Captain, Loyal Edinburgh Spearmen, 161, 163. XXXII
Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion, 27. XXIX
Simpson, Miss, of Portobello, 66. XXXIII
Simpson, Mr., 72. XXX
Simpson, Mr, of South Bridge, skatemaker to Edinburgh Skating Club, 106. XXXIII
Simpson, Mrs., cousin of Jessy Allan, 107. XXX
Simpson, Rev. Dr A. L., Kirknewton, 45, 123n. XXXV
Simpson, Rev. Wm., D.D., 160. XXVI
Simpson, Robert, maltman, 21. XXXIV
Simpson, Sir James Y., governor of Merchant Maiden Hospital, 8. XXIX
Simpson, Sir Jas., Commander-in-Chief in the Crimea, 48. XXVI
Simpson, Sir Jas. Young, 71, 72, 73, 91n; death, 77. XXXIII
Simpson, Sir Walter, advocate, 123. XXXIII
Simpson, Thos., tailor, 205. XXIV
Simpson, William, cashier, Royal Bank, 76. XXIII
Simpson, Wm., paper maker, 47. XXV
Simson, … [no prenames in text], wright, Potterrow, 85. XXII
Simson, John, 93. XXIII
Simson’s Court, Potterrow, 85. XXII
Sinai, Mt., 137, 138. XXXIII
Sinclair (Synclair), Robert, 92. XXIII
Sinclair, Archibald, advocate, 122. XXIX
Sinclair, brother of Catherine Sinclair, 66, 89n. [CHECK should there be a prename?] XXXIII
Sinclair, Catherine, daughter of Sir John Sinclair, of Ulbster, 66, 71, 72, 89n; memorial to, 71, 72. XXXIII
Sinclair, Dame Sidney, second wife of Sir John Dalrymple of Cousland, 78. XXII
Sinclair, Diana, 124, 164. XXXI
Sinclair, Donald, janitor at High School, 12, 115n. XXXV
Sinclair, George, merchant and bailie, 121. XXIX
Sinclair, Henry, of Pitcaims, 8, 15, 18. XXXIV
Sinclair, Henry, writer, 120 and n. XXIX
Sinclair, John, shawl manufacturer, 62. XXXI
Sinclair, Julia, 124, 164. XXXI
Sinclair, Margaret, 124, 164. XXXI
Sinclair, Matthew, physician, 118. XXV
Sinclair, Miss, 102-4, 131. XXXI
Sinclair, Miss Catherine, novelist, 17, 116n, 125. XXXV
Sinclair, Misses : see Sinclair, Diana ; Sinclair, Julia ; Sinclair, Margaret. XXXI
Sinclair, Moses, 3. XXXIV
Sinclair, Mrs., 68, 71. XXX
Sinclair, Mrs. Eupham, teacher, 150. XXXII
Sinclair of Dunbeath, Sir John, and Dame Margaret, his wife, 68. XXVIII
Sinclair, Robt., advocate, 118. XXXIII
Sinclair, Sir John, of Ulbster, 164. XXXI
Sinclair, Sir John, of Ulbster, 89n. XXXIII
Sinclair, Wm., brewer, St. Leonards, 222 n. XXIV
Sinclair, Wm., in Bristo, 61. XXII
Sinclair’s Thruth’s Victory, 1 18, 140, 141, 142. XXVII
Sinclare, Johne, Dean of Guild, 218. XXXII
Singer, Archibald, teacher, 150. XXXII
Sir Isaac Newton’s Head, north side of High Street, John Clerk’s shop, 173. XXXIII
Sir John Smith’s Close, 134n. XXIX
Sir William Fettes, Master, 157. XXVIII
Skatemakers, 106, 125. XXXIII
“Skater’s march and glee,” Edinburgh Skating Club Song, 109. XXXIII
“Skater’s song,” Edinburgh Skating Club song, 109. XXXIII
Skating Clubs, indoor: Edinburgh, Haymarket, 118; Glasgow, 117; Stockport, Glaciarium, 117; outdoor: Edinburgh, 96-136; Glasgow, 104, 106, 117; London, 103, 105, 106, 117. XXXIII
Skating positions, pl. facing page 112; figure skating, 104; flying mercury, 102, 107, pl. facing page 112; the salutation, 102; sets of quadrilles, 104; spreadeagle, 102. XXXIII
Skeldie, Reverend Archibald, 21. XXXII
Skelton, Sir John, 104. XXIV
Skelton, Sir John, 183. XXV
Skelton, Sir John, tenant of Hermitage of Braid, author of historical works, 36, 38, 39. XXVII
Skelton’s Regiment : see Twelfth Foot, or, Suffolk Regiment. XXXII
Skene, James; of Rubislaw, Reekiana, 48. XXX
Skene, Jas., of Rubislaw, 5. XXIV
Skene, Jas., of Rubislaw, his drawings of old Edinburgh, history of, artist’s career, 127 ; Sir D. Brewster’s tribute to, 128; Reekieana, proposed publication, Scott to supply letterpress, 129-30; details, 131-3 ; project abandoned, 137-138 ; himself writes MS. to illustrate drawings, 138-9 ; value of drawings, 139 ; notes on some of them, 140-5. XXV
Skene, John, 100. XXVI
Skene, Mrs., of Rubislaw, 226. XXXII
Skene, Thos., 142. XXIV
Skene, Thos., advocate, 102, 105. XXV
Skin diseases, 137, 138, 139, 140. XXXIII
Skinner, … [no prenames in text], shoemaker, 198. XXII
Skinner, Andrew, 185. XXIX
Skinner, Lieutenant-General William, Chief Engineer of Board of Ordnance, 69-70, 71, 72, 73, 79, 80, 81, 82, 87, 89, 91, 96, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106. XXXII
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