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'Index: E-L', Charters and Documents relating to the City of Glasgow 1175-1649: Part 1 (1897), pp. 107-121. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50507 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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Eaglesham (Egilisham), 351, 631–2; croft, 250, a62; parish of, 196.

Earl Marischall. See "Marischall, earl."

Earthquake, visitation of, 577.

Easdale (Aisdillis, Aisdillis, Esdale), George, 346, 353, 364.
-, — John, 346, 353.

Eastburn, a82.

East (or Gallowgate) port, 158, 563, 195, 209, 248, 465, 481, 625–6, a53.

Easter Common, 524.
-, — Craigs, 289.

Eastwood, parish of, 196.
-, — vicar of, 59.

Eddleston (Eddilstoun, Eddiliston), a62; barony of, 143; parsonage of, 245.

Eden, quarter of Fifeshire, 162.

Ederline, 385.

Edgehill, 434.

Edinburgh, 11, 529, 24, 533, 52, 535, 68, 72, 78, 539, 543–4, 547–9, 101, 103, 552, 121–5, 555, 127–8, 557, 135, 140, 145, 559, 150–1, 155, 562, 159, 161, 164, 168–70, 172, 177, 568, 187–91, 569–70, 193–8, 202, 571, 205, 571–2, 209, 211–2, 222, 573, 226–7, 574–5, 234, 242, 576–7, 245–6, 577, 251–3, 255, 578, 260–1, 266–7, 273, 276–7, 280–1, 284, 290, 582, 291, 295, 297, 583, 300–2, 309, 584, 317, 322, 327, 332–3, 336, 338–47, 350–1, 355–6, 587, 358–9, 366–73, 376–82, 390–5, 592, 397, 593, 398, 403, 405, 412–15, 595, 419, 421–3, 598 436, 441–2, 448, 450–1, 455–6, 462, 464–5, 468–71, 485–6, 491–4, 498–500, 505–6, 509–10, 513–4, 607, 615, 631–2, a7–8, a15, a24, a26–39, a42, a45, a53, a55–68, a71–81, a83, a86–8; Bell's Wynd, 194, Boroughmuir, 48; castle, 71, 88, 552, 555, 130, 566, 281, 332, 376, 390, 397–8, 400, 403–7, 410, 419–21, 434, 600, 505–6; correction house, 342; grammar school (high school), 45; market cross, 202, 303, 367, 382, 517; parliament house, 332, 397, 592, 420, a64; Paul's work, 342; place of friars minors in, a7; ports of, 492; presbytery of, 122 4, 153, 380, 385, a29–30; St. Mary's Wynd in, 45; tolbooth, 91, 541, 169, 592, 474, 490, 492; laigh tolbooth, 333; Trinity College church, 596; university of, 381, 424, a72; bishopric of, 205, 336, 424. See also "Clergy."
-, — High Kirk of. See "St. Giles, Cathedral."
-, — high constables and their moderator, 306.
-, — provost of, 131–2, 582, 517; magistrates of, 78, 169, 205, 582; town council of, 45; town-clerk of, 323.
-, — Provincial Council at, 71.

Edinburgh, quartermasters in, 161.

Education in Scotland connected with the church, 44.

Edward (king of England) I., 18, 527, 19, 527–8, 20–2, 25, 28.
-, — II., 21–2, 528.
-, — III., 528–9.
-, — VI., 530, 538, 366.
-, — prince of England, 67–8, 538, 80.
-, — prince of England, son of Edward II., 528.

Egilisham. See "Eaglesham."

Eglescliff, John of, 22.

Eglinton (Eglintoun), earl of, 588, 590, 392, 404, 596, 504–5, a76.
-, — lord, 88.

"Eight Whelpe" ship, 446.

Eil, Loch, 449.

Eistoun, 116.

Elcho, lord, 447, 452.

Elding, darkis of, what, 264.

Elections. See "Glasgow elections."

Elector Palatine, 321, 478.

Elgin, 262, 449, 452; schools, 66.
-, — magistrates of, 85.

Eliot. See "Elliot."

Eliotstone, laird of, 531.

Elizabeth, queen of England, 71, 82–3, 92–6, 551, 103–4, 117, 125–6, 128, 132, 136–9, 143, 145, 152–3, 159, 169, 174, 198, 201–2, 593, 422, a45.
-, — princess, daughter of James VI., 192, 204; and wife of Elector Palatine, Frederick V. of Bohemia, 599.

Elliot (Eliot), 316, 517.
-, — Dr. James, A.M., minister, 339, 351, 632.

Elphinstone (Elphingstone, Elphinstoun, Elvinstone), secretary, 566.
-, — Alexander, master of, 566.
-, — Sir George, of Blythswood, 576–7, 276, 314, 345, 358–9, 495–7, a31, a56–9, a63, a66; provost, 101, 180, 189, 199, 210, 222–4, 227, 232–6, 496, 608, 620, a56, a59.
-, — George, of Gorbals and Bridgend, 101, 495, 497.
-, — George, bailie, 102, 553–4, 131, a28.
-, — James, 232; of Woodside, 576–7, 358–9, a73.
-, — John, 232, 495.
-, — lord, 135.
-, — Michael, 135.

Ely, bishop of. See "Clergy."

"Engagement," the, 485–6, 506–7, 513–4.

"Engagers," the, 501.

Engelram, rector of Peebles, 523.
-, — archdeacon and bishop. See "Clergy."

Erasmus of Rotterdam, 50.

Erastians, the, 436.

Ernald, bishop of St. Andrews, 44.

Errol, earl of, 147, 165.

Erskine of Dun, 414, 596, a87.
-, — Alexander, 112.
-, — Sir Archibald, 230, a40, a57.
-, — Sir George, 230, a40, a57.
-, — Sir James, 230, a40, a57.
-, — John, of Dun, 135.
-, — parson of, 166, 497, a34.
-, — Sir Thomas, 54.
-, — William, parson of Campsie, 125, 134–6, a32.
-, — archbishop. See "Clergy."

Essex, county of, 487.
-, — earl of, 390, 429.

Estates, convention of. See "Convention of Estates."

Ettrick, 456.

Eugenius, king of Cumbria, 57–8. See also "Clergy."

Excise collectors appointed, 450.

Exeter, 465.

Fairfax, General, 441, 599, 465, 477–9, 482, 487, 508, 512, 515.

Fairlie, James, bishop of Argyle, 385.

Fairs, establishment of, 8. See also "Glasgow Fair."

Faith, confession of. See "Confession of Faith."

Falaise, treaty of, 5.

Falkirk, 132, 631; battle of, 18.

Falkland, 551, 564, 168, 187, 336, a60; palace, 67.

Fallisdaill, Thomas, commissioner for Dumbarton, 574.

Far, in Sutherland, 26.

Farnham, 513.

Farringdon, 528.

Fauside (Fawsid), Matthew, deacon of baxters, 550.
-, — Thomas, 606, 608, 620.

Faulds (Fauldis, Faulis, Faulls), Archibald, merchant, 151, 605–8, 619, a37, a75; dean of guild, 224, 241, 243, a60; master of work, 329; water bailie, 373, 423.

Ferdinand, 42.

Fergus. See "St. Fergus."

Fermanagh, 254, 578.

Fettercairn, minister of, 206.

Fife, 171, 195, 262, 277–8, 371, 391–2, 489; shire of, 24, 53, 68, 196, 381; divided into quarters—Eden, Leven, Inverkeithing, and Dunfermline—besides the constabulary of Crail, 162.

Fife, superintendent of, 99.

Finch, lord keeper, 411.

Findhorn, 196.

Finlay, Robert, merchant, 491.

Fire, great. See "Great fire."

Fisher (Fischer), Arthur, a54.
-, — James, 606, 608, 620; visitor, 249, 252.

Fisheries. See "Herring;" "Lewis, fisheries of."

Fitz-Alwyn's assize, 163.

Five Articles of Perth. See "Perth."

Flanders, 64, 179, 211, 214, 377, 613; estates of, 159.

Flassis, meaning of term, 245.

Fleming (Flemeing, Flemyng), Archibald, commissary, 454; merchant, a75.
-, — James, 45; bailie, 146, 545, 559; commissioner to convention of burghs, 559; councillor, 154.
-, — James, burgess, 262, a55; merchant, 572–3, 605–8, 619.
-, — James, and spouse, 60, 176, 178, a90.
-, — John, treasurer, 445.
-, — John, merchant, 491.
-, — Lilias, wife of Robert Baillie, principal of the university, 588.
-, — lord, 96, 551, 392.
-, — Malcolm, 529.
-, — Margaret, wife of William Fleming, 176, a55.
-, — Robert, bailie, 289, 292, 294.
-, — Robert, merchant, 373, a80.
-, — Thomas, vicar pensioner of Glasgow, 65, 548, a15, a22.
-, — William, 165, 176, 620–1, a55, a90.

Flemings, 323.

Fleshers, seal of cause to, 115, a28.

Flodden, 39, 50, 534, 88.

Florence, bishop. See "Clergy."

Forbes, Alexander, minister of Fettercairn, 206; bishop of Caithness, 206–7.
-, — Dr. William, bishop of Edinburgh, 337.

Forfar, schools of, 65; shire of, divided into quarters—Dundee, Kirriemuir, Brechin, and Arbroath, 162.

Forman, Andrew, bishop and archbishop. See "Clergy."

Fornication, repression of, 162.

Forrett (Forret), James, bailie, 189, 207; commissioner for Glasgow, 227, a48.
-, — James, of Barrowfield, councillor, 224, 232–3, a34, a57–8.

Forsyth (Fersithe, Forsith), David, of Dykes, 161.

Forsyth, Thomas, rector of Glasgow, 90, a7; canon of Glasgow, a8.

Forth, 528, 129, 324, 443, 454; Firth of, 324, 388, 390, 591.

Fotheringhay castle, 137, 202.

Foulis, Andrew, treasurer, 314.
-, — Archibald, water bailie, 414.

Four Burghs, laws of, 15, 18, 19. See also "Convention of royal burghs."

Fowlar (Fouler), John, port keeper, 625. See also "Cruikis," "Crux."

Framysden, John, 24.

France, 24, 530, 533, 48, 50–4, 64, 537, 68, 70–3, 79, 80, 82–3, 91, 94, 96, 552, 114, 125–6, 129, 138–9, 143, 179, 188, 197, 203, 205, 211, 214, 240, 244, 296, 304–5, 316, 345, 589, 382, 406, 599, 463, 466–7, 484, 488, 502, 613, 629, a50; court of, 53, 68, 73, 115; price of provisions to French army, a16.
-, — ambassador of, 73, 137, 203, 304, 482; king of, 54, 80–1, 137, 159, 299, 304, 539, 599.

Francis (king of France) I., 54, 539.
-, — II., 80–1.
-, — dauphin of France, 81, 83, 543, 545.

Franciscan friars, 89, 90, 102; barefooted, 90; tertiaries, 48, 90.

Frank, James, chirurgeon, 183.

Fraser, James, 47.
-, — William, a40, a43.

Frederick I., emperor, 31.
-, — (king of Denmark) II., 151.
-, — (elector palatine of Bohemia), V., 599.

Frederick Henry, prince, son of James VI., 159.

Freedom and privileges as to elections, &c., 222–3, 573, 228, 587, 260, 587, 491–2.

French. See "France."

Friars' lands and properties. See "Benefices."
-, — minors places of, a7, a55. See also "Aberdeen," "St. Andrews," and "Greyfriars."
-, — places, 84, a6.
-, — preachers. See "Blackfriars."

Friesland, 296.

Frissal, James, 47.

Frobisher, Sir Martin, English admiral, 145.

Fulbare, 34.

Fulling mill on the Kelvin. See "Mills."

Fulton, lands of, 26.

Furriers. See "Skinners and Furriers."

Fyvie castle, 448.
-, — Lord, 566.

Gadgirth, James, baron of, 552.

Gairneris, James, 472.

Gairneris, John, 472.

Gairstown, 116.

Galbraith, Mr. Alexander, 35.
-, — Mr. Robert, a13.
-, — William, 525.

Galloway, 521, 529, 79, 185, 216, 615; Mull of, 324, a19; bishopric of (or Candida casa), 424, 596; diocese of, 523; see of, 40, 72. See also "Clergy."
-, — Andrew, maltman, a78.
-, — Thomas, the bastard of Allan of, 526.

Gallowgate, 531, 46, 157, a68, a78; bridge, 59, 157, 198, 355; burn, 355, 362, 465, a78.
-, — port. See "East port."

Gallowmuir, 524, 536, 61, 355, 362, a78.

Gama, Vasco da, 533.

Gameline, archbishop of St. Andrews, 628.

Gardenar, Sir Richard, 28.

Garganoquhan, 116.

Garin, 11.

Garngad, 29.
-, — hill, 524, 165, a55.

Garnkirk (Gartinkirk), 105, 247.

Garroch, 250, a62.

Gartaforrowie, 105.

Gartynquene, 105.

Gartynquenemure, 105.

Garvach, lands of, 526, a4–5.

Gayne, Alexander, a10.
-, — Marion, wife of John Campbell, 572–3.

Geddes, Jenny, 369.

Gemmill, Peter, master of works, 350.

General Assembly of the Church, 72, 83, 546, 101, 118, 120–7, 556–7, 153, 155, 164, 565, 168, 171–3, 184, 189, 197, 221, 226, 240, 248, 256–8, 267–8, 280, 285–6, 296, 583, 300, 329, 349, 366, 588, 371, 377–86, 389, 395–6, 591–2, 405, 594, 407, 595, 431, 435–7, 472, 630, 632, a30–3, a64, a67, a72.
-, — commission of, 486.
-, — commissioner to, 189, 248, 380, 407, 472.
-, — register of baptisms, marriages, and deaths to be kept by every clergyman, 280.

Geneva, 101, 111, 153, 366, 406.
-, — Ordour of. See "Liturgy."

George I., 308.
-, — II., 308.

Germany, 316, 478.

Gibson (Gibsoun), of Durie, 382.
-, — Archibald, clerk of commissariat, a42.
-, — Mr. Henry, town clerk, 84, 572, 459–61, 624, a35, a38–9, a43.
-, — Henry, younger, 402.
-, — Hew, a74.

Gibson, William, master of work, 314.

Giffen, 414, 596, a87.

Giffortland, lands of, 104.

Gight, tower of, 390.

Gilhagie, James, in Kendiehill, a61.
-, — John, visitor, 372, 423.
-, — Ninian, 412, 493, a61; bailie, 474; deaconconvener, 350, 356, 399, 414, 415, 460; treasurer, 328; visitor, 314, 315, 318, 329, 330, 338, 343.

Gillespie, George, minister of Wemyss, 371.
-, — James, servant, 235.
-, — Patrick, minister. See "Clergy."

Gilmour, George, a89.

Ginking (Ginkingye), Valentine, 309.

Girth. See "Gyrth."

Gisburn, 502.

Gladstone (Gladstanes, Gledstanes), bishop of Caithness, 206; archbishop of St. Andrews, 204, 206, 243, 256–8, 277, 278, 279, 381.
-, — Mr. George, minister of St. Andrews, 185.

Glammis, master of, 133, 135.

Glamorgan, lord, 488.

Glamorganshire, 528.

Glasgow (Glaschu, Glasgw), passim; origin of burgh, 521, 44; inquisition by David, prince of Cumbria, 522, a3; charters and grants by William the Lion, 4, 5, 6, 17, 66; Alexander II., 12 13, 17; Alexander III., 14; Robert III., 25; James II., 30, 36; James IV., 43; Queen Mary, 89, 102; James VI., 105, 166, 202, 223, 260, 587; Charles I., 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365, 426.
-, — archbishop of. See "Clergy."
-, — archbishop's palace. See infra "Castle."
-, — archbishopric, erection of, 40–42, a8–9.
-, — archdeacon and archdean of. See "Clergy."
-, — bailies, 16, 17, 74, 260, 415, 426, 462–3, 474; on election, provost and bailies to be enrolled as elders of the kirk, 179, 567; provost and bailies constituted justices of the peace within the burgh, 359; no bailie eligible for re-election until expiry of two years, 423.
-, — bailies: Allan, Richard, 399; Allan, Thomas, 507; Anderson, John, 165, 174, 210, 275, 329–30, 372, 399, 422, 432, 445, 459, 470, 492, 606–8, 620–1; Anderson, Ninian, 343, 372, 461, 470, 507, 518; Anderson, William, 210, 222, 224, 605–8, 619–20, a56, a58; Baillie, Alexander, 189; Barclay, George, 301, 306, 314, 317, 328, 330; Barnis,

Glasgow:
-, John, 330, 356, 438; Bell, James, 569, 276, 278, 280, 356, 586, 422, 430, 432; Bell, Patrick, 583, 306, 310, 314, 607–8, 622–3, a74; Braidwood, James, 243, 577, 249, 252, 259, 262, 267, 276, 278, 287, 621; Burall, George, a15; Campbell, Colin, 276, 278, 314, 317, 584, 321, 350, 354, 587, 372, 374–8, 414, 438, 442, 444, 470; Chirnside, Robert, 161; Cunningham, Gabriel, 284, 287, 581, 292, 294, 296–7, 583; Cunningham, John, 297; Cunningham, William, 553–4, 126–7, 131, 154, 161, 165, 167, a28; Douglas, Walter, 297, 329; Dunlop, Andrew, 539, 541; Dunlop, Mr. John, 343; Dunlop, William, 474; Elphinston, George, 102, 553–4, 131, a28; Fleming, James, 146, 545, 559; Fleming, Robert, 289, 292, 294; Forret, James, 189, 207; Gilhagie, Ninian, 474; Glen, Henry, 350, 379, 590, 414; Glen, Thomas, 179; Graham, John, 126–7, 132, 484; Hall, Master John, 539, 75, 540, a17; Hamilton, James, 275, 343, 432, 474; Hamilton, Matthew, 379, 590, 445, 451; Hamilton, Robert, 459, 470; Herbertson, Archibald, a89; Howie, William, 338; Hutcheson, Thomas, 534, a10, a89; Inglis, James, 243, 576–7, 245, 247, 249, 252, 262; Johnston, Peter, 459, 470, 507; Law, James, a20; Law, Thomas, 55, a11; Lindesay, David, 534, 539–40, a9; Lindesay, Michael, 544; Lychtbody, William, 484; Lyill, Manasses, 422, 432, 439–40, 451; Lyon, Archibald, 102; Lyon, David, 540, 544; Lyon, Patrick, a15; Mack, Robert, 484; Maxwell, John, 338; Maxwell, Patrick, 289, 290, 294; Morrison, Thomas, 292, 294, 296, 328; Mure, Andrew, 539; Muir, George, 252, 338; Mure, John, 539, 75, 540–1, 545, a17; Muir, Thomas, 165, 210, 237–8, 605–8, 619–20, a58, a60; Neilson, William, 314, 356, 379, 590, 414, 445, 470, 492, 622–3, a74; Nisbet, Gavin, 350, 438; Padie, John, 301, 306, 317, 321, 329; Porterfield, George, 399, 594; Rae, Robert, 288; Ross, Richard, 573, 624, a23; Rowat, John, 296–7; Rowat, Robert, 554, 131–2, 146, 154, 161, 167, 179, 189, 224, 227, 237–8, 280, 284, a28, a56, a60; Shaw, John, 55, all; Stewart, Alexander, 55; Stewart, Allan, a11; Stewart, Hector, 126–7, 165, 167, 174; Stewart, James, 146, 154, 161, 259, 262, 267, 274, 314, 321, 329, 622–3, a74; Stewart, John, 29; Stewart, Robert, 126, 132, 559; Stewart, Master William, 287, 290, 294, 301; Stirling,

Glasgow:
-, Walter, 328, 399, 432; Temple, James, 179; Train, James, 492; Turnbull, Matthew, 224, 226–7, 237–8, 243, 576–7, 249, 252, 259, 261–2, 267, 275, 280, 289, 290, 294, a56, a60; Walkinshaw, —, 182; Wallace, Master Adam, 545, 102, 126–7, a23; Wan, John, 539; Wemyss, William, 284; Wynter, Thomas, 29. See also "Glasgow Magistrates."
-, — bailiary of, 191, 336.
-, — barony and regality of, 525, 30, 36, 63, 539–41, 550, 80, 105–6, 129, 143–4, 563–4, 166, 200, 202, 573, 260, 578, 276, 282, 291, 305, 321, 327, 336, 363, 587, 420–1, 426, 495, 496, a16, a26, a28, a32, a39, a47, a53, a56, a66, a79–80. See also "Barony of Glasgow."
-, — bishop of. See "Clergy."
-, — bishop's castle. See infra, "Castle of."
-, — bridge of, 531, 549, 97, 160, 565, 570, 571, 247, 252, 260–1, 265, 275–6, 284–5, 291, 293–4, 335, 354, 357, 359–61, 472, 626, a22, a42, a63, a67.
-, — burn, a39, a43, a67.
-, — canon lands of, 345.
-, — castle of, 14, 526, 531, 535–7, 545, 93, 97, 551, 105–6, 553, 556, 560, 563, 190–2, 195, 200, 203, 232, 245, 291, 355, 414, 420, 596, 438, 470, 626, a5–6, a12, a25–7, a47, a57–8, a87.
-, — cathedral and chapter of. See "Churches, Cathedral."
-, — churches of, 109, 175, 335, 424, 595, 601, a19, a22–3. See also "Churches."
-, — college. See "University of Glasgow."
-, — commissary of, William Hay, 274, 283.
-, — common procurator, Hutcheson, George, 243, 576, 577, 245; Marschell, Gilbert, 315, 318, 328; Ross, John, 229, 230.
-, — constables, 262, 264, 329.
-, — correction house, 342, 359, 360, a76, a81.
-, — council house, 315, 492.
-, — councillors, Fleming, James, 154; Forret, James, 224, 232, 233, a34, a57–8; Lochhead, James, 459; Patoune, Peter, 459, 461; Rowat, Robert, 210, 222; Wilson, Matthew, 459.
-, — cross, 524, 28, 531, 38, 537, 78, 130, 142, 163, 188, 572, 234–6, 315, 363, 589, 383, 592, 470, 474, 492, 499, 507, 518, 623, 626, a8, a18, a40, a46, a55, a77.
-, — deacon-convener. See "Trades' House."
-, — dean of. See "Clergy."
-, — dean of guild. See "Dean of Guild."
-, — diocese of, 523, 531, 44, 53–5, 58, 71, 73, a27.

Glasgow:
-, — election of provost, bailies, &c., 75–6, 540–2, 84–5, 106, 108, 110, 114, 116, 119, 126–7, 131, 145–6, 153, 161, 165, 167, 179, 189, 199, 210, 222–3, 573, 224, 227–8, 236, 241–3, 576, 249, 252, 259, 262, 267, 275–6, 278, 280, 287, 289, 290, 292, 296–7, 301, 306, 314, 317, 321, 328–30, 338, 343, 350, 356, 587, 368, 372, 379, 398, 594–5, 414, 422, 424, 432, 438, 445, 458, 469, 474, 484, 491–3, 507; act as to form of, 368. See also "Freedom and Privileges."
-, — Fair, 6, 525, 8, 10, 13, 23, 25, 28, 66–7, 573, 359, 364, a5, a85.
-, — green, 524, 195, 565, 285, 497, a3, a39.
-, — harbour, a65, a74.
-, — high church. See "Churches, Cathedral."
-, — justice house, 315, 364.
-, — little green, 497.
-, — lord of, 577.
-, — lordship of, 420–1, a28.
-, — magistrates of, 43–8, 534, 55–69, 539, 74–6, 544–5, 84, 97, 552, 108, 142, 166, 170, 177, 179, 567, 180, 183, 569, 188, 189, 191–8, 200, 205, 210–2, 216, 218–20, 573, 222–3, 228–36, 238, 242–3, 577, 248–51, 259, 260, 578, 264, 269–72, 275, 279, 580, 281, 284, 287–8, 292–4, 296, 307–8, 128, 322, 327, 329, 343, 345, 351–3, 355, 358–60, 362, 587, 368, 379, 386, 392, 398, 400–2, 413, 415, 423, 596, 425, 432, 598, 440–1, 445, 447, 454, 457–61, 465, 469–76, 481, 491–3, 498–9, 505–7, 509, 518, 625, a16, a20, a36–8, a40–8, a51–64, a68–80, a83–88; scarlet gowns to be worn by the magistrates, 255, 582.
-, — market. See "Markets."
-, — market cross. See supra "Castle."
-, — masters of work: Anderson, John, 445; Anderson, William, 318, 328; Briscatt, John, 322; Brown, Thomas, 475, 484; Burns, John, 251; Cuik, George, 315; Cumming, Peter, 399, 460; Faulds, Archibald, 329; Gemmill, Peter, 350; Gibson, William, 314; Glen, Thomas, 165, 306; Hinschaw, William, 356, 373, 377, 379, 423, 430–1, 433, 439; Louk, John, 471, 493; Padie, James, 330, 338; Park, Patrick, 414; Pettigrew, Thomas, 193, 227, 241–4; Robisone, Edward, 507.
-, — metropolitan kirk. See "Churches, Cathedral."
-, — mills. See "Mills."
-, — officials of, 19, a6, a11.
-, — palace. See supra "Castle."

Glasgow:
-, — parsonage of, 558, 560–1, 178, 189, 220,
-, 244–5, 267, 585, 423–4, 601–2, 497, 500–1, a26, a33, a52, a61–2, a67, a74–5, a88.
-, — ports: list of, 625–7; closing of, 445; to be repaired, 249; Bridge (Bridgegate) port, 626; Castle (Castle-yett, Kirk) port, 195, 209, 231, 235, 341, 625–6; Drygate port, 195, 235–6, 625, 627; East (Gallowgate) port, 158, 563, 195, 209, 248, 465, 481, 625–6, a53; Greyfriar port, 236, 625–6; Lindsay's port, 626; North (Stablegreen) port, 209, 222, 235, 248, 341, 625–6, a25, a53, a55, a73; Rottenrow port, 195, 235–6, 275, 625, 627; Schoolhouse Wynd port, 209, 625; South (Nether Barras-yett, Porta inferior, Saltmarket) port, 163, 572, 444, 625–6, a9–10; Sub-dean port, 627; Water port, 394, 626; West (Trongate) port, 147, 195, 209, 235, 481, 625–6, a33, a68, a80–1, a83.
-, — postulate of, 53.
-, — precentor of, a64.
-, — prepositi: Dunidour, Sir Richard of, 16, 633; Gley, William, 16, 633; Palmer, Alexander, 16, 633; Smalhy, Oliver, 18, 19, 633; Smalhy, Richard, 18, 633; Waldeve, John son of, 633.
-, — presbytery of, 549, 121, 124, 136, 139, 563, 178, 567, 268, 437, 444, 472–3, 490, a30–1, a40.
-, — procurator-fiscal. See supra "Common Procurator."
-, — provosts, office of provost never been separate from bailiary of the barony, 106; on election provost and bailies to be enrolled as elders of the kirk, 179, 567; scarlet gowns to be worn by provost, magistrates, and councillors, 255, 582; provost and bailies constituted justices of the peace within the burgh, 359;
-, — provosts: Bell, James, 586, 438, 445, 458, 492–3; Bell, Patrick, 583, 343, 345–7, 350, 354, 379, 590, 380, 383–4, 404, 438, a81, a86; Boyd, Robert, lord, 98, 101–8, 110, 113, 141–2, 161, 569, 358, a26–8, a72; Campbell, Colin, 584, 342, 356, 492–3, 494; Colquhoun, Patrick, of Glen, 534; Crawford, captain Thomas, of Jordanhill, 111, 114; Cunningham, Gabriel, 300–1, 304, 321–2, 324, 328–33, 338, 399, 407, 412, 413, 461, a78; Elphinstoun, Sir George, of Blythswood, 101, 180, 189, 199, 210, 222–4, 227, 232–6, 496, 608, a56, a59; Hamilton, Andrew, 537; Hamilton, Andrew, of Ceuchtnock, 73, 75, a17; Hamilton, James, of Aitkenhead, 276, 278, 280, 282, 292, 294, 296–7, 314, 317, 586; Houston, John, of Houston, 243, 249, 577; Inglis,

Glasgow:
-, James, 252, 578, 258–60, 262, 267, 274, 281, 289–90, 294, 306, 314, 360; Lennox, Esme, earl of, 116–27; Lennox, Matthew, earl of, 50, 534, 55, 535–7, 71, 80, 83, 86–8, 550, 96–7, 551, 103, 111, 553, 113, 553, 116, 360, a11–12; Lennox, Robert, earl of, 114, 115, 554, 116; Lindsay, Robert, of Dunrod, 84–5; Livingston, Sir William, of Kilsyth, 125, 131, 132; Montrose, John, earl of, 127, 128, 555; Porterfield, George, 459–61, 463, 469–71, 473–4, 493, 500, 507, 509; Shaw, John, 56; Stewart, Alan, 633; Stewart, James, 275, 282, 284, 287, 581, 288, 294, 484, 491; Stewart, James, of Floack, 372, 414–5, 461; Stewart, John, 34, 38, 74–5; Stewart, Sir John, of Minto, 45, 534, 50, 534, 537, 541, 548, 550, 93, 95, 102–3, 105–6, 113, 554, 133, 165, all, a23, a25–8, a90; Stewart, Sir Matthew, of Minto, 119, 554, 121–4, 126–8, 146, 153, 161, 563, 165, 564, 167, 174, 179, a30–1, a39; Stewart, Robert, of Minto, 61–2, a13, a15; Stewart, Sir Thomas, 532; Stewart, master William, 338, 586, 422, 432, 438. See also "List of Provosts," App. VII., pp. 633–6.
-, — provost depute: Colquhoun, George, 633; John Shaw, 633.
-, — regality of. See supra "Barony and Regality of."
-, — see of, 521–2, 40–2, 50–3, 62, 71–3, 547, 101, 139, 203–4, 330–1, 365.
-, — shipping at, 565, 276, 584.
-, — steeple of, a27, a75.
-, — synod of, 569, 588, 472, 473.
-, — tolbooth, 75, 550, 553, 559, 122, 237, 263, 269, 295, 306–9, 314–5, 335, 354, 373, 383, 386, 592, 412, 444, 450, 464, 469, 470, 493, a8, a52, a74.
-, — town-clerks: Gibson, Henry, 84, 572, 459–61, 624, a35, a38–9, a43; Hegait, William, 625, a20, a76; Heygait, Archibald, 117, 139, 564, 607, 619–21; Hutchison, Mr. John, 339, 352, 624, a77, a79; Michelson, Sir John, 38; Sprewll, John, 461, 464, 469–71; Thomson, John, 289, 297, 583, 305, a68; Yair, William, 492, 496, 500.
-, — town's officers, 216, 368; cloth for uniforms to be got, 325, 326, 353; each to carry a sword and halbert, 445.
-, — treasurers to have vote, 315; Alexander, John, 244; Allan, Richard, 338; Allan, Thomas, 475; Anderson, John, 350, 471; Bornes, John, 165; Brown, Thomas, 262; Clark, John, 423; Coats, William, 399; Fleming, John, 445; Foulis, Andrew, 314;

Glasgow:
-, Gilhagie, Ninian, 328; Hogsyard, Robert, 251, 372, 428; Kincaid, James, 507; Marshall, John, 343; Martin, Andrew, 379; Miller, John, 484, 493; Mudie, Andrew, 460; Neilson, Walter, 439; Neilson, William, 297; Norvell, Thomas, 301; Orr, John, a56; Padie, James, 315; Paterson, Ninian, 330; Paterson, Robert, 322; Pollok, Alexander, 242–3; Pollock, Thomas, 433; Reid, Alexander, 227, 241; Robinson, William, 356; Train, James, 414; Wilson, John, 329; Wilson, William, 620; Young, Thomas, 318.
-, — university. See "University of Glasgow."
-, — vicarage, 560, 220, 244, 245, 585, 424, 601, 602, 497, 500–1, a52, a61–2, a75, a88.
-, — vicars of the choir of. See "Churches, Cathedral."
-, — visitor of maltmen and mealmen, 217; only to hold office for one year, 399; Bryce, Walter, 461; Crawford, John, 267, 306; Douglas, Walter, 259, 262; Fisher, James, 249, 252; Gilhagie, John, 372, 423; Gilhagie, Ninian, 314–5, 318, 329–30, 338, 343; Gray, Thomas, 322, 328; Lightbody, James, 241, 243, 575; Morrison, James, 439; Neilson, Walter, 379, 399, 433, 445, 471; Neilson, William, 297, 301; Paterson, Robert, 414; Sempill, Archibald, 484, 493; Walker, John, 475; Wallace, John, 218, 222, 224, 507, 619; Wilson, William, 350, 356.
-, — water bailie, 350, 358; Campbell, Colin, younger, 351, 356; Cumyng, Peter, 507; Faulds, Archibald, 373, 423; Foulis, Archibald, 414; Glen, Thomas, 379, 399, 433, 439, 471; Mack, Robert, 460, 475; Stirling, Walter, 350, 493; Wallace, John, 484; Wilson, John, 445.
-, — water supply, 355.

Gledstanes. See "Gladstone."

Glen, Henry (Harry), bailie, 350, 379, 590, 414; dean of guild, 330, 338, 439, 440, 445.
-, — Thomas, 353; bailie, 179; master of work, 165, 306; water bailie, 379, 399, 433, 439, 471.

Glen Almond, 447.

Glencairn (Glencarne), kirk of, a27.
-, — Alexander, earl of, a24.
-, — earl of, 535, 537, 545, 100, 123, 574, 342, 596, 427.
-, — master of, 54.

Glendinning (Glendonwyn), Matthew, bishop. See "Clergy."

Glenlivet, 165.

Glenluce, abbacy of, 424, a86.

Glenshee, lands of, 128.

Gley, William, of Glasgow, 5.
-, — William, prepositus, 16, 633.

Gloucester, 438.
-, — Henry, duke of, 585.

Goldsmiths, 64, a15.

Goodwin, 436.

Gorbals, 47, a42, a66; lands of, 101, 576, 345, 493–6.

Gordon castle, charter room of, 62.
-, — of Buckie, 562.
-, — Alexander, archbishop. See "Clergy."
-, — George, 72.
-, — John, of Ardlogy, 457.
-, — John, principal of Scots College, Paris, 2.
-, — lord, 390.
-, — Nathaniel, 457.
-, — Patrick, of Ruthven, 506.
-, — Patrick, man of letters, 272–4.
-, — Sir Robert, 422.

Gordons in Strathbogie, 389, 407.

Govan (Guvan), 523, 79, 109, 296; church of, 523, 109, 326, a4–5, a34; parish of, 292; rectory of, 141; moss of Meikle, a66.
-, — rector of, 534, 548.

Govanshiels, 166.

Gowan, William, deacon, 621.

Gowrie conspiracy, 187, 188, 190, 201.
-, — earl of, 123, 128, 129, 130, 133, 190.
-, — house, 187.
-, — William, earl of, 299.

"Grace of God," the, ship, 565.

Graham (Grahame), Alexander, 622.
-, — Andrew, bishop of Dunblane, 206.
-, — Archibald, apothecary, 181.
-, — George, minister of Scone, 206; bishop of Dunblane, 206; bishop of Orkney, 385.
-, — James, marquis of Montrose. See "Montrose, marquis of."
-, — James, 541, 547–8, a19; vintner, 158.
-, — John, 547, 461–2, 471, 481, 509, 510, a19, a30; bailie, 126–7, 132, 484.
-, — lord, 127.
-, — Margaret, a84–5.
-, — Patrick, archbishop of St. Andrews, 41.
-, — Patrick, of Inchbrakie, 444.

Grammar school, 35, 43–6, 534, 66, 552, 192–3, 261, 354.
-, — school, master of, a11. See also "Edinburgh."

Grampians, 448, 452.

Granada, 533.

Gray, David, 272–3.
-, — master of, 129.

Gray, Patrick, lord, 254.
-, — Robert, 254.
-, — Thomas, visitor, 322, 328.

Great charter. See "Presbytery."
-, — Clyde Street, 626.
-, — fire in Glasgow, 78, 570, 198.

Green. See "Glasgow Green."
-, — little. See "Glasgow little green."

Greenock, 339–40, 345; parish church of, 339; lands of wester, 340.

Greenwich, 243, a62.

Gregory I., apostle of England, 58.
-, — VIII., pope, 44.

Greyfriar port, 236, 625–6; wynd, 142, 160, 626.

Greyfriars (Minorites or Observantines), 89, 90, 116; church and churchyard, 370, 376, 382.

Guildry. See "Merchants."

Guise, duke of, 539.
-, — Mary of. See "Lorraine, Mary of."

Guises, 117.

Gunpowder plot, 221.

Gusman, family of, in Spain, 86.

Gustavus, Adolphus, 389, 593, 488.

Guthrie, collegiate church of, 331; estate of, 385.
-, — Andrew, 457.
-, — John, bishop of Moray, 385, 457.

Gyrth or sanctuary, privileges of, 540.
-, — burn, 627.

Haddington, 5, 199, 581, 451, a26.

Hael, Rhyderch, king of Cumbria, 58.

Haerred (Hard), divided into quarters, 162.

Haerredthing, or court of the Haerred, 162.

Haggs (Haggis), 166.

Hall, David, 174.
-, — George, burgess of Renfrew, a60.
-, — master John, 541; bailie, 539, 75, 540, a17.
-, — John, 481; chirurgeon, 181–2, 499; deacon, 621; stabler, 264.
-, — Robyn, of the Fulbare, 34.
-, — William, 541.

Haly. See "Holy."

Hamilton (Hammiltoun), 547, 92, 550, 103, 148, 562, 564, 295, 583, 510; church of, 109; faction, 52; palace, 284, 390; place of, a23, a66; retainers, 551.
-, — of Bothwellhaugh, 71, 96.
-, — Alexander, of Haggs, 140.
-, — Andrew, of Ceuchtnock, provost, 73, 75, 634, a17.
-, — Andrew, provost, 537, 634; of Middop, 634.

Hamilton, Archibald, of Hill, 139.
-, — bishop of Galloway, 204.
-, — lord Claud, 114, 132–5.
-, — duke of, 390, 398, 421, 435, 442–3, 467–8, 483, 488–91, 498, 501–5.
-, — Edward, of Balgray, a80.
-, — lady Elizabeth, widow of Matthew, earl of Lennox, 534.
-, — Gavin, 71, 606–8.
-, — Gavin, son of Archibald Hamilton, of Hill, 139, 140.
-, — Gavin, of Roploch, 135.
-, — James, marquis of, 303, 595, a75; duke of, 602.
-, — James, earl of Abercorn. See "Abercorn, earl of."
-, — James, of Livingstone, 54.
-, — James, of Aitkenhead, provost, 276, 278, 280, 282, 292, 294, 296–7, 314, 317, 635.
-, — James, of Torrens, provost, 634.
-, — James, 288, 354, 586; bailie, 275, 343, 432, 474; commissioner to convention of royal burghs, 304; dean of guild, 356, 372, 470, 493; merchant, a64; reader in kirk of Glasgow, a21.
-, — Jean, a80.
-, — lord John, 114–5, 132–4.
-, — Sir John, 596.
-, — John, archbishop, 530, 70–1, 96, 99.
-, — John de, of Buthernok, 525.
-, — John, of Neilisland, 534.
-, — lord, 32, 336.
-, — marquess of, 205, 284, 290, 312, 321, 331, 334, 338, 376–8, 589–90, 381, 387–8, 591, 394–5, 594, 596, 486.
-, — Matthew, 373; bailie, 379, 590, 445, 451.
-, — Patrick, 52, 54.
-, — Patrick, agent for Glasgow, 273.
-, — Sir Robert, of Goslington, a80.
-, — master Robert, 606, 608, 620; professor of medicine, 26, 179, 180.
-, — Robert, bailie, 459, 470; burgess, 262.
-, — Mr. Thomas, a13.

Hammermen craft, 64, 73, a15, a17.

Hammond, governor of Carisbrooke castle, 485.

Hampden, John, 316, 422.

Hampton court, 204, 206, 223, 236, 484, a55, a59.

Hangpudyng, Odard, 18.
-, — Richard, 18.

Hanna, Dr., dean of Edinburgh, 369.

Harbour. See "Glasgow harbour."

Hardyng, John, 531.

Harry, porter, college of Glasgow, 193.

Hartford, Edward Seymour, earl of, 299.
-, — Frances, countess of, 299.

Haultpoyis (Howtopas) wine, 565.

Hawick, 551.
-, — quartermasters of, 162.

Hawkins, Sir John, English admiral, 145.

Hay, Alexander, chirurgeon, 180.
-, — master Andrew, 106; rector of Renfrew, a34.
-, — Sir John, 372.
-, — Mr. John, rector of Renfrew, a34.
-, — John, town-clerk of Edinburgh, 323.
-, — lord chancellor, 327.
-, — William, of Barro, commissary of Glasgow, 274, 283.

Hebrides, 158.

Hegait (Highgate, Heygait), Archibald, townclerk, 117, 139, 564, 607, 619–21.
-, — William, 541; town-clerk, 625, a20, a76.

Helvetian confession, 153.

Henderson, Alexander, minister of Leuchars, 375–6, 381–2, 395, 411, 420, 437.
-, — lord, 393.

Henric, Hermane, skipper, a73.

Henrietta, Maria, wife of Charles I., 304.

Henry II. of England, 5, 523–4.
-, — III., 254.
-, — V., 27, 531.
-, — VI., 530–1.
-, — VII., 533, 50, 436, 629.
-, — VIII., 52, 67, 537–8, 68, 70, 80, 255.
-, — prince, 523, 179, 567, 204.

Henry II., of France, 68, 137.
-, — IV., of France, 159, 299, 304.
-, — physician, 25.
-, — See also "Prendergeste."

Hepburn, earl of Bothwell. See "Bothwell, earl of."
-, — Johanna, wife of Sir Matthew Stewart, of Minto, 134.
-, — Robert, lieutenant, a53.

Herbert, abbot of Kelso, 523; bishop of Glasgow, 523–4.

Herbertson (Herbertsoun), Allan, 140.
-, — Archibald, bailie, a89.
-, — Robert, vicar, Glasgow, 602.
-, — Sir William, prebendary, a33.

Hereford, 463.

Heriot (Hereot), George, stabler, 264.
-, — Matthew, 541.
-, — Robert, 541.
-, — William, 541; deacon, 621.

Herring, 97, 199, 214, 581, 294, 344–5, 351, 360–1, 398, a19.

Herries, lord, 94–5.

Hertford, earl of, 68.

Heucroft, 250, a62.

Hewat, Thomas, 583.

Heygait. See "Hegait."

High Commission, courts of. See "Courts."

High Constables of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

High Courts of Justice and Justiciary. See "Courts."

High Kirk. See "Churches" and " St. Giles cathedral."
-, — Kirk, outer. See "Churches, St. Paul's."
-, — Kirk, St. Mary's light in. See "Churches, Cathedral."
-, — school of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."
-, — street, 524, 28, 531, 43, 52, 553, 215, 306, 315, 363, 400, 593, 495, 499, 626, a7, a77, a86, a89.

Hill, Sir James, 166.
-, — Thomas, 166.

Hinschaw (Hindshaw, Hynschaw, Hyndschawe), William, master of work, 356, 373, 377, 379, 423, 430–1, 433, 439.

Hitchinbroke, 283.

Hog, Turkill, 12.

Hogsyard (Hoggisyard), Robert, treasurer, 251, 372, 428.

Holderness, earl of, 599.

Holland, 145, 301, 323, 586, 588, 387, 593, 412, 418, 434, 445, 504.
-, — earl of, 390, 501, 627.

Holmby house, 476–7, 479.

Holmes, lands called the, a43.
-, — John, 394.

Holy (Haly) Blood, Chaplainry of the, a52.
-, — Cross, Chaplainry of the, a48.
-, — Land, 48.

Holyrood (Halyruid), 28, a25–7, a32, a34, a37, a39, a41–3, a47–8.
-, — abbey, 5, 45, 533, 152, 332.
-, — chapel and church of, 41, 332–3.
-, — house, a28, a37, a42, a45, a47, a86.
-, — palace, 540, 105, 116, 152, 170, 189, 191, 205, 281, 332, 336, 422, 424.

Holywood, abbey of, 537.

Home, colonel, 450.
-, — lord, 92.

Honorius III., Pope, 525, 31, a5.

Hope, Sir Thomas, 382, 435.

Hornby, 502.

Horse market, 341.

Hospital in Stablegreen, 57, a13.

Hospitals, and hospitality of, a19–20. See also "Blacadyr's Hospital, Hospital in Stablegreen, Hutchesons' Hospital, Leper Hospital, Merchant's Hospital, St. Nicholas Hospital, St. Ninian's Hospital, and Trades' Hospital."

Hospitals, an act passed for their reformation, 531.

Hotham, governor of Hull, 429, 430.

Houston (Houstoun), of that Ilk, 59.
-, — Helen, wife of Sir John Shaw, of Greenock, 340.
-, — master James, 59, 61, 361.
-, — John, of Houston, 243, 249, 577, 635.
-, — John, mason, 361.
-, — Sir Ludovic, 484.
-, — Sir Patrick, 60.

Howard, lord Charles, lord high admiral of England, 145.

Howie, William, bailie, 338.

Howieson (Howeson), Master John, 122, a30.

Howtopas. See "Haultpoyis."

Hudson, 465.

Hull, 429, 430.

Hume castle, 551.
-, — Alexander, of Manderston, 225.
-, — George, 225.
-, — George, lord of Berwick and earl of Dunbar. See "Dunbar, George, earl of."

Hunter, Thomas, 535.

Huntly, earl of, 62, 538, 539, 96, 129, 133, 143, 147, 562, 165.
-, — George, marquis of, 555.
-, — Henrietta, marchioness of, 555.
-, — John, master of, 71.
-, — marquis of, 389, 390, 479, 480, 482.

Hurry (or Urry), Sir John, 449, 452.

Hurst castle, 508, 511–2.

Hutcheson (Huchesoun, Hutchison), schoolmaster, 46.
-, — Bessie, 402, a86.
-, — George, of Lambhill, 166, 564, 586, 400–1, a81, a83, a86.
-, — George, a33; common procurator, 243, 576–7, 245.
-, — Helen, 402, a86.
-, — Janet, 402, a86.
-, — Mr. John, town-clerk, 339, 352, 624, a77, a79.
-, — Matthew, porter at castle, a12.
-, — Ninian, 559.
-, — Robert, 45.
-, — Mr. Thomas, of Lambhill, 401–2, 412, a67, a83–6; his son, a67.
-, — Thomas, a9; bailie, 534, a10, a89; chamberlain of archbishop, 553.

Hutchesons' hospital, 46, 564, 400–2, 493–4, a81, a83, a86.
-, — master of work, 414.

Hutchison. See "Hutcheson."

Huttoun in Berwickshire, 51.

Ibrox, 166.

Iceland, divided into quarters, or fierdyngs, 162.

Icolmkill, 246, 247.
-, — commendator of, 72.

Imposts. See "Tolls."

Inchaffray, abbey of, 52, 72, a17.

Inchberrie, bridge of, 565.

Inchbrakie, 444, 447.

Inchgreen, 398.
-, — roadstead, 288, 296, 359.

Inchinnan (Inschinnane), 116, 119, a80.

Inchmaholm, on lake of Menteith, 67, 68.

Income-tax, 295.

Incorporations as to election of deacons of crafts, 509. See also "Bakers," "Barbers," "Bonnetmakers," "Chirurgeons," "Coopers," "Cordiners," "Dyers," "Fleshers," "Furriers," "Hammermen," "Maltmen," "Masons," "Quarriers," "Sawyers," "Skinners," "Slaters," "Tailors," "Websters," and "Wrights."

Independents, 436, 438, 462, 478, 482–3, 487.

Ingelram. See "Engelram."

Inglis, James, 281; merchant, 605–8, 619. See also "Glasgow, bailies and provosts."
-, — Sir John, of Ingleton, 252.

Innes, father Thomas, 1, 2, 3, 4.

Innocent III., pope, 89.
-, — IV., pope, 19.
-, — VIII., pope, 41–2, a8–9.

Intoll, 18, 19.

Inveraray, 537, 448.

Inverkeithing, 151; quarter of Fifeshire, 162.

Inverkip, 339.

Inverlochy, 449.

Inverness, 246, 323, 366, 451–2; castle of, 123; chanonry of, 148.
-, — magistrates of, 84.

Iona, 58; Columban church of, 521.

Ireland. See "Ulster, plantation of."
-, — lord-deputy of, 409, 584.

Irish rebellion, 421, 427.

Ireton, 482–3, 485, 508, 512, 515–6.

Irewyn, master Reginald, 16.

Irvine (Erwyne), 532, 96, 559, 564, 167, 199, 575, 337, 434, 456, a8, a21, a24, a33, a39, a42, a45, a53, a73; presbytery of, 588.

Isabella, queen of Edward II., 528.
-, — of Castile, queen, 42.

Islay, 26, 246, 480, a61.

Isle of Wight. See "Wight, Isle of."

Isles, the, 533, 185, 245, 340, a37, a42, a53, a61, a73; bishopric of the, 424; see of the, 40, 72. See also "Argyle and the Isles" and "Clergy."

Italy, 32, 533, 48, 305, 589, 463.

Jager, Finlay, 16, a6.
-, — Radulph, 16, a6.

"James," the ship, 565.
-, — bishop of Orkney, a69. See also "Sovereigns of Scotland."

Jameson (Jamesone, Jamesoun), Mark, 65, 548.
-, — Sir Mark, vicar, 548–9, a15, a22, a73.

Jane, wife of John, master of Huntly, 71.

Jedburgh, 209, 397, 405, 457.

Jerusalem chamber. See " Westminster Abbey."

Jesuits, &c., act of parliament as to, a48.

Joachim, husband of St. Anne, 68.

Joanna, wife of James I., 27.

Joceline, abbot of Melrose, 524.
-, — bishop. See "Clergy."

John XXII., pope, 22.
-, — bishop of St. Andrews 5; of Glasgow, 522, 523, 524, 8.
-, — of Burdouse, physician, 26.
-, — physician, 26.

Johnson, Dr. Samuel, 158.

Johnston (Johnestoune) 105; Archibald, of Warriston, 375, 381–2, 393, 411; knight, 427, 506, 514, 517.
-, — James, 307; of Brirholm, 382.
-, — Peter, bailie, 459, 470, 507.

Joyce, Cornet, 479, 601.

Jubilee (1450), 33.

Julius II., pope, 50, 51, 61.
-, — III., pope, 72, 540, a17.

Justice house, 315.

Justices of the peace, constitution of provost and bailies as, 359.

Justiciary, high court of. See "Courts."

Juxon, bishop of London, 348, 349, 417.

Karnebeth, 11.

Karun, 11.

Keith, 452.
-, — George, earl Marischall. See "Marischall, earl.

Kelburn (Kelburne), 278.
-, — laird of, 328.

Kelburn-foot, pier at, 328.

Kelso, 24, 44, 538, 132, 456, 462.
-, — abbot of, 523.

Kelvin, 11, 76–7, 550, 146, 166, 239, 358, a18, a24, a89.
-, — mill. See "Mills."

Kelvingrove park, 542.

Kendal, 502.

Kendiehill, a61.

Kenmore, a5; lands of, 526.

Kennedy, John, 536.
-, — Sir Thomas, of Culzean, 566.

Kentigern. See "St. Kentigern."

Kerr (Ker), Mr. Andrew, commissioner for administration of justice in civil matters, 288, 581.
-, — Janet, wife of Thomas Crawford, of Jordanhill, 560.
-, — lieutenant-colonel, 464.
-, — Mr. Mark, a30.

Kerse, captain, 446.

Kilbride (Kilbryde), a62; church of, 245, 326.

Kilkerrane, loch, a53.

Killala and Achonry, bishop of, 384.

Kilmahew, laird of, 356.

Kilmalcolm (Kilmacolm), 195, 295, a62, a65.

Kilmarnock, 40, 104–5, a84; schools of, 65.

Kilmaronock, parish of, 97.

Kilmun, in Cowal, 23.

Kilpatrick, 295; parish of, 135; town of, a60.

Kilspindie, kirk of, 385.
-, — vicar of, 549.

Kilsyth, 454–5; laird of, 231.
-, — lord, a73.

Kilwinning, 370, 631, a87; abbey of, 52; benedictine monastery of, 60, 71, a6; parish of, 588.
-, — abbot of, 94.

Kincaid, James, 442; treasurer, 507.

Kincavill, 209.

Kinclaith (Conclud, Cunclud, Cunclut, Kinclayth, Kincleyth), 526, 250, a3–5, a62.

Kincraggy, Thomas, 541.

King, James, schoolmaster, 46.

Kinghorn, 151, 248, 584, a74.
-, — earl of, 414, 596, a87.

King's peace, meaning and effect of, 6–8.

Kinloch, 450.

Kinneil, 124, 129, 132.

Kinnoul, earl of, 205.

Kinser, archbishop of York, 522.

Kintail, 323.

Kintyre, 175, 480, a42, a53; mull of, 324.
-, — duke of, 192.

Kirkby Thore, 502.

Kirkcaldy, 156, 563, 194, 276, 632, a36, a70.
-, — quartermasters of, 162.
-, — of Grange, 55, 92, 99.

Kirkcudbright, 532, 562–3, a32, a36–8; schools of, 65.
-, — Mr. Adam de, 25.
-, — lord, 392.

Kirketun, a5.

Kirkintilloch, bridge of, 565; castle of, 21.

Kirkliston, 277.

Kirk-livings. See "Benefices."

Kirk-of-Field, 534, 88–9.

Kirkoswald, 101.

Kirk port. See "Castle port."

Kirkwall, schools of, 65.

Kirkwood, John, 408.

Kirriemuir, quarter of Forfarshire, 162.

Kittymure, 135.

Knaresborough, 502.

Knockindon, lands of, 104.

Knox, Andrew, bishop of the Isles, 246.
-, — Elizabeth, a34.
-, — John, 55, 72, 83, 99, 153.
-, — Thomas, notary, a25.
-, — William, 581.

Knox's liturgy. See "Liturgy."

Kronburg castle, Denmark, 152.

Kilwoun, Robert, keeper, 526.

Kyle, 523; bailiary of, 587, a80.
-, — bishop of Aberdeen, 4.

Ladle, custom of. See "Tolls."

Laich (Laigh) kirk. See "Churches."

Laing, John, bishop. See "Clergy."

Lake, Sir Thomas, 281, 282.

Lamb (Lam), bishop of Brechin, 204.
-, — James, chancellor, a13–14.

Lambert, general James, 487, 502, 504, 506.

Lambbill, 166, 400, 401, 402, 412.

Lamington, family of, 593.

Lanark (Lanerick), 554, 156, 209, 376, 491; parish of, 44; presbytery of, 465; sheriffdom of, 526, 587, 464, 497, a66, a80; shire of, 30, 55, 97, 551, 135, 451, 463, 489, 506, 509, a72.
-, — earl of, 398, 596, 421, 598, 443, 450, 458–9, 484, 505.
-, — quartermasters, 162.

Lancaster, duke of, 24.

Lands, town's. See "Commons."

Langcroft, 250, a62, a85.

Langdale, Sir Marmaduke, 503–4.

Langside, 550.

Langside, battle of, 71, 92, 550, 93, 103.

Langueville, duke of, 54.

"Large Declaration", 590, 396, 405.

Larger Catechism, 437.

Largo, parish of, 385.

Largs, 345.

Lasswade, 385.

Lathrick, 277.

Laud, Dr. William, prebendary of Westminster, 298; bishop of St. David's, 282, 298; bishop of Bath and Wells, 282; bishop of London, 282, 317, 320, 330–2, 336; archbishop of Canterbury, 205, 282, 311, 336, 347–9, 365, 588, 376, 592, 403, 411, 416, 421, 446, 447.

Lauder, 442.
-, — Mr. Alexander, parson. See "Clergy."

Lauderdale, earl of, 588, 483–4, 486, 504.

Law, Adam, goldsmith, a48.
-, — George, son of the archbishop of Glasgow. 278.
-, — Isabella, daughter of the archbishop of Glasgow, 278.
-, — master James, archbishop. See "Clergy."
-, — master James, bishop of Orkney, 248, 274, 277.
-, — James, of Brunton, son of the archbishop of Glasgow, 278.
-, — James, bailie, a20.
-, — John, of Spittel, 277.
-, — John, superior of order of Friars Preachers, 547, a19.
-, — Thomas, a89; bailie, 55, a11.
-, — Mr. Thomas, minister of Inchinnan, son of the archbishop of Glasgow, 278, a80.

Law advisers, agents, and allowances to, 344.

Lawdre, William de, bishop. See "Clergy."

League and Covenant, solemn. See "Solemn
-, League and Covenant."

Leche. See "Leitch."

Leckaway, 331.

Leeds, 477.

Leicester, 599.

Leiche. See "Leitch."

Leighton, 299.
-, — Esme, lord, 299.
-, — Dr. Robert, 47.

Leipsic, battle of, 488.

Leishman (Leschman), James, 570, 198.
-, — Mr. John, chancellor, a14.

Leitch (Leche, Leiche, Leyche), Andrew, prior of order of Friars Preachers, 547, a19, a22.
-, — James, 530.
-, — Patrick, chancellor, a7.

Leith, 68, 83, 100–1, 115, 129, 152, 170, 187, 193–6, 571, 209, 331, 336, 390–2, 395, 498, a25, a29, a45, a60, a73, a76; grammar school of, 45; siege of, 82.

Leithame. See "Letham."

Lemgo, battle of, 599.

Lennox (Leneax, Levenax), 13, 537, 86, 98, 113, 200, 457, a25; dukedom of, 119, 200; earldom of, 115–6, 119, 556, 200; family, 534, 62, 80, 547, 87, 573, 420.
-, — Charles, earl of, 113, 554.
-, — duchess of, 279.
-, — Duncan, earl of, 525.
-, — earl of, 532, a8.
-, — Elizabeth, countess of, 115.
-, — Esme, earl of, 116–8, 358; created duke of, 119, 554, 120–1, 555, 122–6, 555, 127, 129, 555–6, 299, 300, 321, 633, a29–30; installed knight of the garter, 299.
-, — James, a35.
-, — James, duke of, 299, 300, 305, 312, 321, 585, 326, 331, 336, 344, 355, 360, 363, 371, 420–1, 425–6, 428, 432, 438, 469, 474, 484, 492, 495–7, 507; created a grandee of Spain, lord Warden of the cinque ports, sworn as a privy councillor, and installed a knight of the garter, 305.
-, — John, earl of, 535, 554.
-, — Ludovick (Lewes), duke of, 125, 555, 129, 556, 134, 558, 152, 158–9, 166–7, 174, 179, 184–5, 187–9, 191–2, 570, 196–200, 202–3, 208, 223, 573, 226–8, 230, 242–3, 254, 578, 279, 281, 580, 284, 291, 298–9, 305, 321, 425, a32, a38–41, a43, a45, a47, a55, a57, a60; created earl of Richmond, 580; earl of Newcastle and duke of Richmond, 298.
-, — Maldowen, earl of, 525.
-, — Matthew, earl of, 50, 534, 55, 535–7, 71, 80, 83, 86–8, 550, 96–7, 551, 103, 111, 553, 113, 553, 116, 360, 633, a11–12, a15, a28, a34.
-, — Robert, earl of, 104, 113–5, 554, 116, 634.
-, See also "Stewart."

Lenthal, William, speaker of the House of Commons, 411, 599, 503.

Lenzie, 631.

Leo X., pope, 53.

Leon. See "Lyon."

Leper hospital, 40, 59, 549, a22. See also "St. Ninian's hospital."

Leschman. See "Leishman."

Leslie, 596; general Alexander, 382, 389, 591, 392–3, 404, 593, 407–8, 419, 427, 463. See also "Leven, Alexander, earl of."
-, — major general David, 591, 441, 448, 455–9, 463, 466, 480, 482, 488, 505.

Leslie, John, bishop of Ross, 553, 141, 150, a34.
-, — Patrick, 414, a87; provost of Aberdeen, 596.

Letham (Leithame), Allan, 55–6, a11–12.
-, — John, a13.

Lettrick, Archibald, port keeper, 625.

Leuchars, 375–6, 381.

Leven, quarter of Fifeshire, 162; river, 570, 574, 581.
-, — Alexander, earl of, 591, 392, 427, 435, 439, 441, 449, 448–9, 453, 466, 505–6.

Lewis (Lewes), 129, a71; fisheries of, 323–6.

Leyche. See "Leitch."

Leyden, 599.

Leyre, William de, citizen, Farringdon, 528.

Leys (Leyis), a5; barony of, 496; lands of, 526.

Libberton, church of, 122.

Lightbody (Lychtbodie, Lychtbody), James, 621; visitor, 241, 243, 575.
-, — William, 494; bailie, 484; deacon-convener, 507.

Lightfoot, 436.

Lilburne, 512.

Lile, lord, 532, a8.

Lilliesleaf, 166, a39.

Limmerfield, 548.

Lincluden, 284; provost and provostry of, 28, 537.

Lincoln, bishop of, 28, 282.
-, — quartermasters of, 162.

Lindsay (Lindesay, Lyndesay), bishop of Brechin, 332.
-, — Alexander, bishop of Dunkeld, 385.
-, — Alexander, servitor, 352.
-, — Barnard, a63.
-, — David, 541; bailie, 534, 539, 540, a9.
-, — master David, minister of Leith, 99, 152, 185, 203; bishop of Ross, 187, 203.
-, — David, of Blaikerston, 331.
-, — Dr. David, bishop of Edinburgh, 369, 384.
-, — Duncan, a76.
-, — Elizabeth, wife of Sir John Stewart, of Dalswinton, 34.
-, — James, of Leckaway, 331.
-, — John de, bishop, 22, 628.
-, — John, earl of Crawford and Lindsay. See "Crawford and Lindsay, earl of."
-, — lieutenant-colonel John, of Downie, 331.
-, — lord, 92, 123, 392, 427.
-, — Michael, 541; bailie, 544.
-, — Patrick, archbishop, 205, 330–2, 337–8, 343, 346, 350–2, 356, 363, 365, 587, 370, 588, 382, 413, 414, 420, 424, 596, 601, 497, 630, a79.

Lindsay, Robert, a63; of Dunrod, provost, 84–5, 634.
-, — William, 541.

Lindsay's port, 626.

Liners for the burgh, a39, a89.

Linhouse. See "Linthouse."

Linlithgow, 533, 71, 92, 96, 551, 133, 169, 170, 209, 226, 234–5, 240, 248, 295, 583, 300, 583, 336, 371–2, 384, 450, a7, a32, a41, a58–9, a67, a72; church of, 44; palace, 67; presbytery of, 203, 277; sheriffdom of, 200, 277, a47; shire of, 551, 97, 551.
-, — customers of, 25.
-, — earl of, 593.
-, — magistrates of, 281.

Linning's (Lwyngis) haugh, a39.

Linthouse, 225, 248, 394.

Linz, 599.

Lismore. See "Argyle, bishop of."
-, — bishopric of, 424.

Listoun, Gabriel, barker, a59; deacon, 621.

Litchfield, Bernard, earl of, 299.

Lithouse, 626.

Little green. See "Glasgow."
-, — St. Mungo's kirk, 59, 362.
-, — St. Mungo's kirkyard, 481.
-, — St. Mungo's lane, 626.
-, — William, provost of Edinburgh, 132.

Liturgy, 205, 280, 583, 330, 331, 336, 347, 349, 350, 365, 366, 367, 369, 370, 371, 373, 374, 396, 405, 436.

Livingston (Levingstoun, Livingstone, Livingstoune), of Kilsyth, a57.
-, — Alexander, of Burnside, 131.
-, — Isobel, wife of John Graham, 547, a19.
-, — lord, 551.
-, — James, lord Almond, 593, 427; created earl of Calendar, 427.
-, — Marion, wife of David Rollok, of Kincladie, 548, a22.
-, — Sir William, of Kilsyth, provost, 125, 131, 635.
-, — William, younger, of Kilsyth, 131.

Lochaber, 449, 451.

Loch Eil. See "Eil, loch."

Lochhead, James, 459.

Lochleven (Lochlevin), a23; castle, 91–2.

Loch Ness. See "Ness, loch."

Lochow, lady, 360.

Lochwood, castle of, 82, 83, 112.

Lockhart, Sir James, of Lee, 459.
-, — Thomas, apothecary, 182, 183.

Lohorwort, church of, 523.

Lollard doctrine, 48.

London (Londoun), 528, 163, 180, 198, 202, 205, 207, 223, 226–7, 239, 246, 254, 578, 258, 260, 277, 303–5, 310, 313, 316, 328, 331, 344, 588, 376, 381, 395, 399, 400, 406, 409–11, 594, 414, 426, 599, 446, 466, 476, 479, 483–5, 487–8, 504, 511, 517–8, 630, a48, a56; bridge, 528; house, 204; tower and towerhill, 416–7.
-, — bishop of, 152–3, 204, 258, 282, 331, 332, 336, 348, 349, 417.
-, — Robert of, 526.

"Long parliament". See "Parliament, long."

Longueville, duke of, 539.

Lords of the articles, 332, 333, 397, 398, 399, 405.

"Lords of erection," 311.

Lordship of Glasgow. See "Glasgow, lordship of."

Loretto, 61. See also "St. Mary of Loretto."

Lorges. See "Montgomery."

Lorimers, 64, a15.

Lorne, lord, 383.

Lorraine, 488.
-, — Mary of, queen of James V., 54–5, 67–8, 72, 539, 79–82.

Loth, King of Laudonia.

Lothian, 523; archdeaconry of, 23, 336; synod of, 120–1, a29.
-, — earl of, 393, 466.
-, — superintendent of, 99, 101.

Lothians, 528, 171.

Loudon (Loudoun, Loudun, Lowdean), 11, 299.
-, — earl of, 513, 517.
-, — Hugh, lord, 208, 209.
-, — lord, 279, 375, 392, 393, 596, 427, 484.
-, — William, 541.

Louis XIII. of France, 304.
-, — XIV. of France, 599.

Louk, George, 412.
-, — John, master of work, 471, 493.

Louvain, 26.

Low countries, 145, 244, 272, 589.

Low, Mr. Peter, surgeon, 26, 179, 567, 180–2, 197, 577, 268, 606–8, 620, a55.

Lucius III., pope, 524, 6, 9, 44, a4.

Ludlow, 512.

Luif, William, deacon, 621.

Lundy, Abigail, a48.

Luss, 15; church of, 540.
-, — Maurice, lord of, 15, 527, 28.

Lwyngis hauch. See "Linning's haugh."

Lychtbody. See "Lightbody."

Lyill, Manasses, bailie, 422, 432, 439, 440; deacon convener, 445, 451, 471, 474, 493.

Lymburner, John, captain, 493.
-, — Thomas, 541.

Lyndesay. See "Lindsay."

Lyon (Leon, Lyoun), Archibald, 76–7, 541–2, 550, 146, 157, 166, 239, a18, a24, a27; bailie, 102.
-, — David, 541, 572; bailie, 540, 544.
-, — Donald, 542.
-, — George, convener of constables, 306.
-, — James, 620.
-, — Marion, daughter of Archibald Lyon, 157.
-, — Patrick, bailie, a15.
-, — Sir Thomas, of Auldbar, 166.
-, — master Thomas, of Balduky, 133.

"Lyon", the ship, 565.

Lyon's mill. See "Mills."

Lyons, diocese of, 72.
-, — archbishop of, 5.



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