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Charters and Documents Relating To the City of Glasgow 1175-1649 Part 2. Originally published by Scottish Burgh Records Society, Glasgow, 1894.

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Aberdeen (Aberdon, Abirdon, Abirdene, Abirdeine), 456; corruptassembly at (1616) annulled by the general assembly, 399; Thomas, bishop of, 57; William, bishop of, 86; Alexander Inglis, chancellor of, 65; John Penny, prior of convent of, 77, 78; Archibald Betone, chanter of, rector of Glasgow University, 123, 124; regents of, 177.

Abernethy (Abirnethie, Abirnethy), Lords (James, earl of Murray), 138; (Archibald, earl of Angus), 211.

Abirbrothoc (Abirbrothoc), 21, 23, 465; regality of, 195.
-, abbacy, lands of, 195; John, Lord Hammyltoun, commendator of, 196, 210.

Acts of Convention. See "Royal Burghs, Convention of."

Acts of Parliament. See "Parliament."

Adam, Peter, 142.

Aikenhead (Akinhed, Akynheid), George, notary, 91.
-, John, tenement of, 93.

Alan, door-ward to Alexander II., 14.

Alan, steward, Justiciar of Scotland, 5; Walter, his son, 14.

Albany (Albanie), Dukes of: Alexander, James III.'s guardian, 64; John, tutor to James V. and governor of the kingdom, 106, 118.

Alderney, lands of, 207.

Ale, exportable to the Isles for barter, 442.

Alexander II., III. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Alexander, bishop's steward, 5.

Alexander, king's steward, 16.

Alexander VI., Pope, 89.

Alexander, Robert, notary, 477.

Alhammer, or Quhytkirk, barony of, 195.

Allan, Richard, councillor, 359, 363.

Allansoun, Katherine, 447.
-, James, dekin of wrichtis, 303, 308, 310.

All-Saints' Chaplainry, with the fruits, &c., granted to the grammar school, 161.

Altar of the Cross, commonly called the Rude Altar, 333.

Altrie, lordship of, 195.
-, lord, 423.

Ambrose, 19.

Ancrum, barony of, 83, 217, 223, 229, 233, 239, 261, 265, 267.
-, mains and mill of, 217, 229, 233, 239, 261.

Anderson (Andirsoun, Andersone, Andirsone), James, 314.
-, James, servitor, 324.
-, John, elder, councillor, 359.
-, John, younger, councillor, 359.
-, John, councillor, 363, 397.
-, John, younger of Stobcross, 297, 299.
-, J. (Carnweth), 324, 363.
-, John, servitor, 322.
-, Ninian, councillor, 303, 308, 309; bailie, 359, 363, 364; councillor, 397.
-, William, portioner of Newtoun, 358.

Angus, Archibald (Dowglas), earl of, 65, 211.

Annandale, William, earl of, 31.

Annand, E. (Ayr), 324.
-, M., 363.

Anne, the Virgin Mary's mother. See "St. Ann."

Aqua vit, exportable to the Isles for barter, 442.

Arbukle, John, 145.

Arbroath. See "Abirbrothok."

Archbishopric. See "Bishopric."

Archbishops. See "Clergy."

Archdeacons. See "Clergy."

Archibald, Thomas, de Cardross, 191.

Argyle (Ergile, Argile, Argadia), Alexander II. grants to Glasgow rights of trade in, 14, 431; Alexander III. directs Dumbarton not to harass Glasgow trade in, 17, 431.
-, Earls of: Colin, master of the King's household, 57, 65; chancellor, 86; Archibald, 404; remit to, in double-poinding between Dumbarton and Renfrew, 479; ship given by, to Glasgow merchants, 484.

Arms and Ammunition. See "War."

Army. See "War."

Arnote, Sir John, knight, 279.

Arous (Arows), John, archdeacon, 31, 36, 374, 395.

Arran (Arrane), James (Chatelherault), Earl of, Queen Mary's tutor, governor of Scotland, 118; for lease of bailieship of barony and regality, undertakes to protect the See, repress heresies, and punish heretics, 125, 443; ordained by privy council to resign tack of bailiary and justiciary to archbishop, 491. See "Hamilton."
-, Archibald Hamilton, of Hill, captain of, 449.

Arthurle, Walter, steward of, 45, 435.

Articles, Lords of the, prohibit markets on Monday, 478; act of, as to merchandise, 478; act of, as to the estate of the church, 478; declare Newark and Inchgreen to be places for transportation of Glasgow herring, 478; ratify decree between Dumbarton and Renfrew, 478; remit objection of Glasgow thereto, for investigation, 478.

Ashkirk (Askirk, Askyrk, Eskirk), barony of, 83, 217, 223, 230, 234, 239, 261, 265, 267.
-, James Hill, person of, 191.
-, A. Reid, of, 324, 363.

Assizes, exemptions from, 167, 186, 187, 446, 447, 448.

Aubigney (Aubignie), Lords (Duke of Lennox), 252, 259; (Esme Stewart), 255.

Auchnoull, Sir John Bellenden of, 137, 164; Lewis Bellendene of, 186; Sir Lewis, Knight, justice-clerk, of, 211, 216.

Auchindwnanzie, Robert Naper of, 308.

Auenel, Roger, 14.

Avendaill, Lord, 374, 395, 423.

Avondale (Avendaill, Avandandale), lands and lordship of, 130, 444.
-, Andrew, Lord, chancellor, 57, 65.

Ayr (Air, Aire), 191, 324, 363, 449, 470; being a free burgh, ships and strangers may trade with, 88, 438; complaint against their fishermen destroying herring fry, 459; act of convention on complaint of, ordaining Glasgow, &c., to keep Clyde clean, 459; with Glasgow and Irvine, send ships against Irish and Dunkirk frigates, 483.

Badenoch (Badienach, Badyenach), Lord, 65, 137.

Badinhaith, Robert Boyd of, minister, 244.

Badlay, 217, 229, 233.

Bailliary. See "Barony" and "Regality."

Bailies' gloves, 386.

Baillie (Bailyei, Bailie), General, 3,000 merks to be paid to officer of his and Earl of Cassillis' regiments, 486.

Baillie, William, 164.
-, William (Provand), 190.

Bakers (Baxters), Matthew Glen, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Balarnock, 294.

Balduky, Thomas Lyon of, Master of Glamis, 216.

Balfour, James, of Pettindreich, clerk of rolls, 137.
-, James, dean, 190.

Balgaddeis, 217, 229, 233.

Balgray, 217, 229, 233.

Ballenden. See "Bellenden."

Balliol (Bayllol), Henry of, chamberlain, 12, 13, 15.

Balrachany, 217, 229, 233.

Balschagrie, 217, 229, 233.

Bannatyne, R. (Carnwath), 294.
-, Thomas (Douglas), 324, 363.

Barde, Michael, 162.

Bargille (Bargylle, Bargilly), Sir Thomas, vicar of the choir, 67, 68.

Bark and boat impost. See "Customs."

Barnes, John, dean of guild, 359, 363; bailie, 395.

Barony of Glasgow, 125, 338, 385, 389; James II. prohibits Renfrew and Rutherglen from taking toll or custom in, 27, 434; erected with city and lands of Bishopforest into a regality, 28, 434; erection repeated, 36, 434; confirmed, 60, 437; Duke of Chatelherault receives lease of bailieship, 125, 443; (annexed to Crown, 192, 450); charter by James VI. to Walter, commendator of Blantyre, of,to be called lordship of Glasgow, 215, 451; confirmed by James VI., 227, 453; charter by James VI. to Ludovic, Duke of Lennox, of, 258, 460; provision as to feuars of, 277; bailliary and justiciary of, granted by the archbishop to Ludovic, Duke of Lennox, 314, 469; confirmed by Charles I., 325, 471; James, Duke of Lennox, served heir to his uncle in bailliary and justiciary of, 470; not to be prejudged by the acts of parliament (1) to the university, 350, 473; and (2) to the city, 354, 473; on abolition of episcopacy, vested in Crown, 403, 479; charter by Charles I. to James, Duke of Lennox, of, 403, 479; confirmed by parliament, 481; register of sasines appointed to be kept for barony, and sheriffdom of Renfrew, 457, 458, 467; privy council ordains Duke of Chatelherault to resign bailliary to archbishop, 491.

Barro, Sir John of, 374, 395.
-, William Hay, of, 297.

Barrowfield (Burrowfeild), 111, 116, 216, 229, 232, 441.

Bear market. See "Markets."

Bede, canon of Glasgow, 5.

Begholm (Bigholme), John of, presbyter (St. Andrews), 96.

Bell, James, to be warded in the Tolbooth (Edinburgh) for slandering church, 485; liberated by parliament at suit of church, 485.
-, James, baillie, 291, 395, 397.
-, James, city leases property in Drygate to, 495.
-, J. (Eaglesham), 363.
-, John, minister, dean of faculty, 297, 356, 358, 359, 363, 365.
-, Patrick, provost, 359, 363, 364, 478, 481, 483.
-, Patrick, city leases property in Drygate to, 495.
-, Robert, 363.

Bellendene, Sir John, of Auchnoule, justiceclerk, 137, 164.
-, Sir Lewis, of Auchnoule, justice-clerk, 186, 211, 216, 231.

Benefices, temporalities of, annexed to the Crown, 192, 450; restitution of, 272, 461; superiorities of bishopric lands annexed to Crown, 411, 480.

Berkley (Berkelei), Robert of, 4.
-, Walter, of, chamberlain, 4.

Bernard, Sir, chancellor, 22.

Berwick (Beruik), 258, 269. See "North Berwick."

Bestial. See "Markets."

Betone (Betoune, Betoun), Archibald, chantor of Aberdeen, rector of Glasgow University, 123, 124.
-, Stephen, rector of Govan, 169, 173.

Bidun, Walter, chancellor, 4.

Binnie (Bynnie), Sir Thomas Hamilton of, 279.

Binning (Bynning), Lord, 374, 395.

Birkmyr (Byrkmyr), Andrew, clerk, 99.

Birkynschau, Thomas, land of, 50.

Birnie, W., 294.

Birsbane. See "Brisbane."

Bishopforest, 218, 230, 234, 261, 265, 268; erected with city and barony of Glasgow into a regality, 28, 434; erection repeated, 36, 434, and confirmed, 60, 437; charter by Charles I. to Duke of Lennox of, 403, 479; Dukes of Lennox to be lords of regality of, 405, 479; their jurisdiction, escheats, &c., 405; charter confirmed by parliament, 481.

See "Barony" and "Regality."

Bishopric and Archbishopric Bishopric: charter to, by William the Lion, of burgh and market at Glasgow, 3, 429; grant by, of building site to Abbey of St. Mary of Maylors (Melrose), 5, 429; grant of fair by William the Lion to, 6, 429; confirmation by Alexander II. of the Lion's grant of burgh and market, 8, 430, and of fair, 9, 430; grant of burgh and market confirmed by Alexander II., 11, 430; charter by Alexander II. to, prohibiting Rutherglen taking toll or custom in Glasgow, except at Cross of Schednestun (Shettleston), 12, 430; charter by Alexander II. of exemption from toll throughout Scotland to, 13, 431; charter by Alexander II., granting rights of trade in Argyle and Lennox to, 14, 431; protection by Alexander III. to, 16, 431; he directs Dumbarton not to harass the bishop's trade in Argyle, 17, 431; grant by Robert I. of churches, lands, &c., to, 21, 432; confirmation by Robert I. of burgh and fair to, 23, 433, and of rights of trade in Argyle, 24, 433; ordains 2 acres land to be applied for lights of St. Kentigern's tomb, 25, 433; James II. directs Renfrew and Rutherglen not to molest travellers to Glasgow market, and prohibits their taking toll or custom, 27, 434; charter by James II. to, erecting city barony and Bishopforest into a regality, 28, 434; bishops made rectors of the university, called chancellors, 34, 434; charter by James II. to, repeating erection of regality, 36, 434; charter by, of privileges, jurisdiction, &c., to the university, 39, 435; grant by, to the University of jurisdiction, 53, 436; decree in favour of, against Dumbarton, as to purchase of wine from a Frenchman on Clyde, 54, 436; James III. confirms erection of regality and prior grants to, 60, 437, and grants power to appoint and remove provost, bailies, sergeants, and other officers, 63; decree against Dumbarton ratified, 71, 437; James IV. confirms prior rights, and of new grants escheat, tron, and exemption from custom to, 794, 38; Bishop Andrew, the founder of St. Nicholas' Hospital, 96.
-, Archbishopric: Archbishop's judgment as to rights of metropolitan church in patronage and government of grammar school, 89, 439; Robert, archbishop, abroad, 99; consents to foundation of St. Thenaw's Wynd (Tron) Church, 440, and to city's charter of 16 acres of the Gallowmure to this church, 110; confirms this charter, 113, 441; instrument as to archbishop's election of bailies, 119, 442; he nominates two from magistrates' leet, 120; inner flower-garden beside the archbishop's palace, 119; decree assoilzing the burgh from suit for payment of duties to, 121, 442; the Duke of Chatelherault, for lease of bailieship, undertakes to protect the See, to repress heresies, and punish heretics, 125, 443; instrument protesting that, the archbishop being absent, the burgh may elect its magistrates, 126, 443; Archibald Lyon, rentaller of, in mill on Kelvin, 446; archbishop, chancellor of the university, 176; tack by, to Matthew Boyd of bishop's customs of trone, boats, &c., 447; mortification by, to university, of trone and fair or market customs, 189, 448; confirmed by James VI., 191, 449, and by archbishop, 471; Matthew Boyd decreed to pay small customs to university in preference to, 449; trone tacksman dispossessed by the archbishop, 449; (act of annexation of temporalities of benefices to the Crown, 192, 450); charter by James VI. to Walter, commendator of Blantyre, of barony and regality, city, burgh, and other archbishopric lands, to be called the lordship of Glasgow, 215, 451; confirmation thereof by James VI., 227, 453, containing power to feu out archbishopric lands, 236, 453; parliament grants to Duke of Lennox, in liferent, the superiority of the temporal lands of, 454; archbishopric rights held by Commendator of Blantyre and Duke of Lennox resigned to king, 456; their feu rights confirmed by James VI., 456; parliament ratifies the restitution of Archbishop James to his lands, benefices, &c., existing rights excepted, 250, 458; vested in king, 259, 460; draft act of parliament giving city election of magistrates without approval of, 271, 461; act of restitution of benefices, 272, 461, containing provision as to barony feuars, 277; archbishop consents to election of certain bailies, 462; confirmation by, of grant by James IV. of Kelvin Mill to city, 462; tack by, to city of tron, boat, &c., customs, 465; at suit of Archbishop John, James VI. confirms grants to Glasgow, and erects it a royal burgh, 278, 464,right of electing magistrates being reserved to, 283, 464; charter by, to city of trone duties and customs, 291, 466; bond by, undertaking to obtain university's confirmation thereof, 295, 466; charter by, to Duke of Lennox of the bailliary and justiciary of barony and regality, 314, 469; confirmation by, of immunities granted to university, 322, 471; right of, to tron mets and measures excepted from an act in favour of university, 351, 473; rights (1) in election of magistrates, and (2) in lands, teinds, &c., reserved from act in favour of city, 355, 473; Patrick Archbishop, chancellor of university, 356, 358; contract between archbishop, city, and university for resigning Blackfriars' Kirk to Crown, 359, 474; instrument of resignation, 474; charter by Charles I., confirming contract, and conveying Blackfriars' Church and patronage to city, 364, 475; city undertakes that Charles I.'s charter (1636) should not prejudice the See, 395, 477; charter by Charles I. to Duke of Lennox of the lands, &c., of the temporality, 403, 479; with right of nomination of the magistrates, 409; act of parliament annexing bishopric superiorities to Crown, reserving Duke of Lennox's infeftment in temporality, 411, 480; signature of mortification of teinds of, to city, 480; parliament orders confirmation thereof, 415, 481; exchequer orders new signature, 417, 487; charter by Charles I. to city of the teinds, 418, 487; confirmed by parliament, 423, 488; privy council ordains Duke of Chatelherault to resign the bailliary and justiciary to, 491; fruits of set apart for royal household, 491.

Bishops. See "Clergy."

Bishops' customs. See "Customs."

Bisset, Walter, 13.

Blackfriars. See "Churches."

Blair, William, regent in university, 296.

Black (Blak), John, clerk of diocese, 99.

Blackburn, John (Cardross), 294.

Blakerne, land of, 205.

Blak Park, land of, 205.

Blakzairdis, 217, 229, 233.

Blantyre (Blantire), Walter, prior and commendator of, keeper of the privy seal, afterwards Lord Blantyre, 211, 214, 248, 493; charter by James VI. to, of the barony, city and burgh of regality, and others which belonged to the archbishop, 215, 451; confirmation thereof by James VI., 227, 453; commission to, as to markets, 244; rental by, bearing city to be rentalled in Kelvin Mill, 452; charter by, of mill to city (1588), 452; similar charter (1591), 453; archbishopric rights of, resigned to Crown, 456; confirmation by James VI. of rights granted to feuars, 456.

Blaronie, land of, 205.

Blickman, John, lands of, 94.

Blunt, Robert, servitor, 294.

Boat and bark impost. See "Customs."

Bochok, John, land of, 103.

Bogle, Elizabeth, receives new investiture of half-acre of Gallowmuir from city, for right to convey water from spring-well at Gallowgate burn, 494.
-, Robert, 494.

Boigtoun, John Steward of, 120.

Boill, James, procurator-fiscal of the commissariat, 324.

Bologna, university of, 34.

Bonestoun, land in, 207.

Bonnetmakers, Mitchell Spens, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Book of policy, 399.
-, of common prayer. See "Service Book."

Borthvick, David, of Lochill, 164.

Boscho, William de, William the Lion's clerk, 7.

Bothock, John, lands of, 94.

Bothwell (Botheuyl, Bothueill, Bothuell, Boithvile, Bothuile), Alexander, vicar of Musselburgh, 77.
-, earls of Patrick, master of the household, 86; James, high admiral, 137.
-, John, Bishop of Orkney's son, receives gift of Holyrood Abbey, 196.
-, Sir John of, vicar of the choir, 20.

Boyd (Boyde, Boyid, Boide), Alexander, regent in university, 296.
-, Andrew, barn of, 102.
-, James, archbishop. See "Clergy."
-, James, 127.
-, John, 162.
-, Matthew, tack by the bishop of his customs of trone, boat, &c., to, 447; decreed to pay small customs to university in preference to archbishop, 449; decreed to cease uplifting trone customs, 450; assigns his tack to Gavin Hamilton, 450.
-, Robert Lord, provost, 164, 214, 244.
-, Robert, of Trochrig, principal of university, 296.
-, Robert, of Badinhaith, minister, 244.

Brackenridge (Bracanryge, Bracanryggis, Bracanrig), John of, yard and house of, 43; land of, 48.

Brady, Andrew, land of, 47.
-, John, tenement of, 93.

Braidwood, James, bailie, 291, 303, 308, 309.
-, James, younger, servitor, 298, 308.

Bread, exportable to the Isles for barter, 442.

Brechin (Brichine, Brechine, Breichine), 401, 402, 416.

Brewland of Partick. See "Partick."

Brice, the Baker, 19.

Bridge of Glasgow, 244, 382, 384, 390; street running to, 76; damaged by inundation in time of frost, 146; grant by James VI. of dues on fish to enable city to mend, 147, 445; saltmarket removed nearer to, 244, 455; grant of trade and traffic "from the Clochstane to," 280; and salmon fishings below and above, 280; king refers to expense of city upholding, 285, 351, 376, 465, 473, 475; grant of impost to city for support of, 300, 468; scale of imposts, 301; tolls and customs of, confirmed to city, 353; jurisdiction of water bailie from the Clochstane to, 382; freedom and roadsteads from the Clochstane to, granted to city, 384; petty customs of, 387; convention-license to get impost for repair of bridges, 457; renewed, 462; to be commuted to Renfrew, 462; Renfrew complains to convention as to tax on herrings for, 459; Dumbarton complains to convention as to penny custom, 460; Rutherglen complains to convention as to customs upon, 463, and Glasgow assoilzied, impost commuted, 464; unfreemen's herring tax at, 466, to be applied for repair of, 466.

See "Clyde."

Bridge of Inchberrie. See "Inchberrie."
-, of Kirkintilloch. See "Kirkintilloch."

Bridges, reference to expenses of city in building and repairing several, 377, 475.

Brigend, 216, 229, 232.

Brisbane (Birsbane), M. (Erskine), 363.
-, W. (Erskine), 324.

Brochtoun, barony of, 195.

Bromehill, 217, 229, 232.

Broomielaw (Brwmelaw, Brume Law), 4 riggs in, 50; 2 riggs in, 103.

See "Clyde."

Brown (Browne, Brovne, Broun), Alan, 69.
-, Sir John, vicar of the choir, 67, 68, 69, 70.
-, John, sergeant, 96.
-, Thomas, conveys property at West Port to city, 495.
-, William, tenement of, 75.

Browniswald, Marion, tenement of, 93.
-, Robert, tenement of, 93.

Browster, Richard, land of, 50.
-, Robert, land of, 49.
-, William, tenement of, 49.

Bruntbrome, 217, 229, 233.

Buchan, William Cumin, Earl of, justiciar, 9, 10.

Buchannan (Buquhannane, Buquhannaine): George, pensioner of Corsraguell, keeper of privy seal, 186.
-, John, burgess of Dumbarton, 249.

Burell, George, bailie, 109, 113.
-, Henry, 71, 79.

Burgesses, receive rights of trade in Argyle and Lennox from Alexander II., 15, 431; he directs Dumbarton not to harass their trade, 17, 431; Robert I. grants peace and protection throughout his lands to, 23, 433.

See "Glasgow."

Burntisland, 456.

Burrowstounnes, 401.

Bursaries. See "University."

Byres (Byris), Lord, 374, 395.

Caberstoun, Lord, 368, 378.

Cadder (Calder), 176, 217, 229, 233, 239.
-, church of, Duke of Hamilton's patronage of, 488.

Cadihow. See "Cardross."

Calchow, George, abbot of, 65.

Calmoroun, Matthew, 299.

Calsays. See "Causeways."

Cambridge, Earl of, 374, 395, 423.

Cambuskyneth, 187.

Cambuslang, John Howison, parson of, 191.

Cambusnethan (Camsnethan), kirklands of, 218, 230, 234, 261, 265, 268.
-, teinds of. See "Teinds."

Campbell, Lords. See "Argyle."
-, Colin, bailie, 291; dean of guild, 303, 308, 309; provost, 395, 397; to be warded in Edinburgh Tolbooth for slandering the kirk, 485; liberated by parliament on intercession of kirk, 485.
-, Colin, councillor, 359, 363, 397.
-, George, student, 358.
-, J. (Luss), 294.
-, Robert, councillor, 359, 363.

Campheir, 483.

Campsy (Campsie), James Stewart of, 294.
-, John Smyth, vicar of, 96.

Cannada, Viscount of, 374, 395.

Canons. See "Clergy."

Canongate, burgh of, 195.

Cardross (Cadihow), 12, 14, 23, 191, 294, 324, 363, 431.

Carlill, John, Lord, 65.

Carmichael, James, of that Ilk, justice-clerk, 374; commander-in-chief of the forces, 404.

Carmyle (Karmyld, Carmyld), Over, 217, 229, 233.

Carmyle, Nether, 217, 229, 233.

Carnweth (Carnuathe), 294, 324, 363.

Carnes, George of Creychton of, 36.

Carrendenis, 217, 229, 233.

Carrik, 218, 230, 234, 261, 265, 268, 335, 336.

Carstairs, 190, 218, 230, 260, 265, 267, 294, 363.

Cassillis, Earl of, 3000 merks to be paid by burgh to officers of his and General Baillie's regiment, 486.

Castle of Glasgow, 127, 128, 221, 319, 324, 469; excepted from act of restitution to archbishop, 252, 458; conveyed to Duke of Lennox, 252, 459; right of electing city magistrates, bailiary and justiciary, &c., of the archbishopric annexed to, 257; granted to Duke of Lennox, 260, 460; conveyed to Duke of Lennox, and annexed to lordship of Glasgow, 404, 479; and confirmed by parliament, 481.

Cathedral. See "Churches."

Cattle customs. See "Customs."

Cauldwell, Alexander, councillor, 303, 308, 309.

Causeways (Calsays), impost for repair of, 457, 462; commuted to Renfrew, 462; city ordained to repair, 464.

Cavertoun, Lord Ker of, 423.

Cesfurd, Lord Ker of, 423.

Chamberis (Chameris), John of, 43; his wife's land, 47.

Chantors, manse and garden of, 335.

Chapmantoun, land of, 205.

Charles I. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Chatelherault, James, Duke of. See "Arran."

Cheese. See "Markets."

Chirnside (Chyrnsyde, Chernisyd), Archibald, of Over Possil, 493.
-, David, 493.
-, Robert, dispones ground at West Port to city, 493.
-, William, parson of Luss, 190.

Chirurgians, John Hall, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Choir (Queyr). See "High Church."
-, vicars of. See "Clergy."

Christeson, Nicholas, 77.

Churches and Church Livings, charter by Queen Mary to city of Friars' livings for support of Ministry, to be called Queen Mary's Foundation of the Ministry and Hospitality of Glasgow, 131, 444; sasine thereon, 444; confirmation thereof by James VI., and granting thirds of benefices of Cathedral and other Kirks thereto, 137, 444; kirk livings granted by city to university, 149, 445; ratified by James VI., 162, 446; grants of livings to university confirmed by James VI., 171, 447; disposition of College Kirk revenue for support of ministry ratified by parliament, 242, 454; kirk-session and magistrates appointed judges, under fornication acts, 245, 455; stipends excepted from act of restitution, 252, 458; city's expense building and repairing churches, 352, 473; city craves estate of church to be represented to king, 478; the parson ordained to furnish communion elements, 492; city ordained to pay the minister yearly, 492, and to tax inhabitants for relief, 492.

See also "Bishopric."

Church, Barony, city to maintain minister, 421, 423, 487, 488.
-, Blackfriars', 138, 155, 163, 208, 350, 473; indenture between the friars and city, granting a tenement, lands, &c., in King Street or Waltargat, and Palyhard Croft, to the convent, 43, 435; land of, 47; instrument upon foundation by William Stewart, of chantry, at church altar of, 72, 438; dormitory and cloister, 74; construction, 74; conservators, 76; John Mure, provincial prior of the order in Scotland, 77; prior and convent of, 78; instrument setting forth the above foundation, 78, 438; lands of, 103; the manss and kirkrowme of, 3 acres of land, and 3 merks annualrent, granted by Mary to the university, 130, 444; grant by Queen Mary of church livings of, to city, 131, 444; confirmed by James VI., 137, 444; church of, near university, 155; grants of livings to university confirmed by James VI., 171, 447; again confirmed by him, 207, 451; and by parliament, 211, 451; parliament ratifies disposition by city of kirk revenue for support of city ministry, 242, 454; referenceafter reformation, revenue granted to city, 242; applied in founding bursaries in university, 242; misapplied and withdrawn, 242, 243, 454; grant of lands of, to university, confirmed by Charles I., 332, 472; cemetery of, 339; piece of land on meadow of the, 339; afterwards part of college, 339; kirk of, 339; disposition by university to the city of the kirk and kirkyard, 356, 474; contract between the archbishop, city, and university, for resigning the kirk to Crown, to be erected into a parish church, 359, 474; instrument of resignation, 474; charter by Charles I. of the kirk and patronage to city, 364, 475; reference to city's repair and enlargement, &c., of, 376, 475; Charles I. confirms his charter of the kirk, 381; act of privy council as to application of friars' lands, 491.
-, High or Cathedral, 75, 125, 128, 189, 191, 291, 294, 297, 315, 322, 325, 494; charter by the prepositi and citizens, of land in the crofts to St. Mary's light in, proceeding on gift by Odard, son of Richard Hangpuding, 20, 432; St. Mary's light in chapel lower, 20; Sir John Botheuyl, vicar of the choir, 20; foundation by Walter Stewart, of Arthurlie, of chaplainry at St. Kentigern's Altar in, 45, 435; lands of vicars of the choir, 48; tenement in Rottenrowadjudged to choir for vicars' annual rents, 66, 437; instrument on archbishop's judgment as to rights of, in government and patronage of grammar school, 89, 439; donation by Martin Wan, chancellor, of annual rents to St. Nicholas' Hospital, 92, 439; foundation by John Shaw, provost, of chaplainry at St. Christopher's Altar in, 101, 440,magistrates to be patrons, 104,presentee to be son of burgess, 104; James VI. grants thirds of benefices of, to city, 138, 444; reference to city's expense upholding, 285, 351, 377, 465, 473, 475; dean and chapter of, 297; Charles I. grants lands of vicars of the choir to university, 332, 472; signature of mortification, by Charles I., of archbishopric teinds, and teinds of parsonage and vicarage of Glasgow, St. Drymen, Driffisdale, Camsnethan, and Traquair, for support of church and ministers, &c., 480; parliament orders confirmation, 415, 481; exchequer orders new signature, 417, 487; charter by Charles I. of these teinds, 418, 487, 498; patronage of, reserved to Crown, 421, 487; city to maintain ministers, 421, 487; charter confirmed by parliament, 423, 488; convention continues application for aid in repairing, 449, 465.
-, St. Mungo's Chapel and Kirkyard, conveyed to city, to be converted into an Hospital for the poor, 454.
-, Tron, 227, 496; lands of chaplainry of St. Kentigern founded in (1514), 103; the archbishop consents to James Houston, vicar of Eastwood, founding church to the Lady Virgin Mary of Lorretto, and Ann her mother (1525), 440; the founder appoints the magistrates patrons of seven chaplainries in, 107, 440; charter by the city of 16 acres of the Gallowmure to, 109, 441; confirmed by the archbishop, 113, 441; the founder appoints visitors, with remuneration, 441; charter by the city, to James Fleming, of church (dismantled), kirkyard, and yard in Trongate, 140, 445; chaplainry of St. Kentigern in, 333, 338; city's expense building and repairing, 377, 475; grant by Charles J. of patronage to city, 391, 476; confirmed by parliament, 414, 481; city to maintain minister, 421, 423, 487, 488; the Provost Yard of, conveyed to city, 493; and two booths in steeple of, 494.

Church, St. Roches, patronage of chaplainry in, granted to city, 97, 439; chaplainry of, 333.
-, of Scotland: act of assembly declares episcopacy abjured by confession of faith, 477; act of assembly ordaines episcopal government and civil places and power of kirkmen unlawful, 397, 478; John, earl of Traquair, commissioner, 397; Charles I.'s royal care and tender affection for, 398; objections to episcopacy stated, 398; general assembly's jurisdiction, 399; assemblies to be held yearly, and pro re nata, 400; kirk-sessions, presbyteries, and synods constituted, 400; act of assembly confirmed by parliament, 400, 479; on petition of assembly, lords of articles prohibit markets on Monday, 478; assembly complains of refusal to obey act disallowing persons under kirk censure to be magistrates, James Bell and Colin Campbell (Glasgow) warded in Tolbooth (Edinburgh) for slandering church, 485; liberated by parliament on intercession of church, 485.

Clairtie Burn. See "North Berwick."

ClergyArchdeacons: Symon, 5; Reginald Irewyn, 17, 432; John Arous, 31, 36; Gilbert Rerykis, 67, 68, 69, 70; Archibald Douglass, 190; J. Hay, 294; T. Sharpus, 324.
-, Archbishops: Robert (Blackadder), 89, 91, 99; Gavin, 110, 113, 117; James (Boyd), 125, 189, 191; James (Beaton), 250, 251; John, 277, 278, 279, 282, 291, 295, 297; James (Law), 314, 320, 322, 325, 326, 348, 471; Patrick, 355, 356, 359, 360, 363, 364, 366, 367, 371, 394, 396.
-, Bishops: Joceline, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 23, 429; Walter, 8, 10, 11, 12; William (de Bondington), 13, 14, 16; Robert, 17, 22, 23; John (Cameron), 25; William (Turnbull), 27, 28, 30, 34, 39, 322, 323, 330, 434, 471, 472; Andrew, 53, 54, 57, 96; John (Laing), 61; Robert (Blackadder), 79, 80, 85.
-, Canons: Helias, John, Helias, Philip, Bede, Engelram, Herbert, 5; Master Stephen, of Donydour, 22; William Stewart, 72, 78, 438; Thomas Muirheid, 97; David Cunninghame, Sir Andrew Merschell, Adam Colquhoune, 99.

ClergyDeans: Richard Murehed, 87; Henry Synclare, 122; J. Balfour, 190; James Hamilton, 294, 324.
-, Ministers: David Weimis, 190; Robert Boyd, of Badinhaith, 244; David Foirsyth, of Dykis, 244; John Bell, 297, 356, 363; Dr. James Eleot, 356.
-, Sub- Deans: Archibald Quhitelaw, 87; James Houston, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 113, 142, 441; Andro Polward, 190; Patrick Walkinschaw, 294.
-, Vicars: Edgar, 18; Richard Gardenar, Vicar of Colmanell, 25; David Cunninghame, Sir Andrew Merschell, canons and vicarsgeneral, 99; John Houstone, 122, 123, 124.
-, of the Choir: Sir John of Botheuyl, 20; Sir Thomas of Bargille, 67; Sir John Brown, 67, 68, 69, 70; Sir Robert, of Petcairn, 68, 69; Sir Alexander Heriot, 69, 70.

Cliftounhall, Thomas Makcalzeane of, 164.

Clochstane. See "Clyde."

Clerk, James, tenement of, 94.

Cluny, land of, 205.

Clyde (Clyd), the: 55, 401, 436, 479; grant by James VI. of dues on fish at, 147, 445; Glasgow and Dumbarton make indenture as to trade in, 225, 452; saltmarket removed nearer to, 244, 455; questions as to, between Glasgow and Dumbarton, referred to royal burghs, 248, 458; grant of rights of trade and traffic in, from the Clochstane to the Brig, 280; of salmon fishings in, 280; confirmed by parliament, 284; bridge protected from flooding of, 285; inundation of, damages bridge, 300; obstructed with sand, and unnavigable, 300; grant of impost on goods at, 300, 468; scale of imposts, 301; reference to expenditure upon, in making navigable, and trade in, 351, 473; tolls and customs of, confirmed to city, 353; reference to expense of making navigable, 376, 475; freedoms in, confirmed to city, 380; freedom of electing a water bailie, with jurisdiction from the Bridge to the Clochstane, confirmed, 382, 475; fishings of salmon in, granted to city, 383, 476; freedom of roadsteads in, from the Bridge to Clochstane, granted to city, 384, 476; water bailie, election and jurisdiction, 388; burgesses granted rights of trade in, 390; right to build ports and roadsteads, to take sand, and exact anchorages and shore silver, 391; fishings in, confirmed to city, 414; customs of boats leased by the bishop to Matthew Boyd, 447; justices appointed to execute acts anent cruives and yairs, slaughter of red fish and fry, 449; liberties of Dumbarton, Glasgow, and Renfrew in, 458; Dumbarton's impost not to extend to, 458; convention ordains Glasgow, Dumbarton, and Renfrew to keep clean and unpolluted with matter injurious to fish, 459; convention appoints Glasgow, Dumbarton, and Renfrew to pen an article to parliament for cleansing of, 463; act of convention as to taking away sand, 463; imposts on boats and barks, 465; of boats, 465; convention continues supplication for support to harbour, 465; unfreemen's bridge herring-tax, 466; ship sunk in, to impede passage of king's ships to Dumbarton, 484.

Clydesdale, Marquis of, 423.

Cochran, David, tenement of, 75.
-, Sir William, of Cowdoun, 486.

Cochnocht, Andrew Hamyltoun of, provost, 119, 128.

Cokate, Peris, Frenchman, in the Clyde, 55.

Cokket. See "Trone."

Coldenis. See "Cowcaddens."

Coldinghame, Abbey of, 205.

College of Justice, 378, 413.

College Kirk. See "Blackfriars."

Colmonell, Sir Richard Gardenar, vicar of parish church, 25, 433; principal of university receives vicarage of, as salary or honorarium, and to be called vicar, 154; parish church rectory and vicarage granted by Charles I. to university, 335, and the teinds, 336, 472.

Colquhoun, Adam, canon, 99.
-, Adam, burgess, 127.
-, Archibald, person, of Stobo, 191.
-, James, councillor, 359, 363, 397.
-, John of that ilk, knight, 65.
-, John, person, of Stobo, rector of the university, 122.
-, Patrick, councillor, 397.

Coluill, F., chantor, 190.

Comflattis, 217, 229, 233.

Committee of Thirty - three, 488, 489; of Twenty-four, 489.

Commissariat, James Boill, procurator-fiscal of, 324; George Lockhart petitions to be made commissiary ad vitam vel culpam, 487; late commissiary objects, 487.

Communion, kneeling at, an objection to Episcopacy, 398.

Confession of Faith, episcopacy abjured by, 477; sacraments contrary to, 398.

Confirmation, an objection to episcopacy, 398.

Conyngham. See "Cunningham."

Coopers, David Scherar, deacon of, 308.

Corbet, James, of Towcross, 314.
-, Walter, 7.

Cordiners (Shoemakers), Thomas Riche, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Cormanoc, Henry of, 7.

Corne Mills. See "Subdean Mills."

Corpus Christi, chaplainary of, 102.

Correction-House, expense of city erecting a, 377, 475; Charles I. grants it to city, 387, 476; property reserved for, 495.

Corriuth, Robert Semple of, bailie (Dumbarton), 249.

Corsmichaell, corn mill of, 205.
-, barony of, 205.

Corstoun, lands of, 195, 196.

Corsraguell, 186.

Council and Session, Lords of, 130, 136; decree by, in favour of Glasgow against Rutherglen, 164, 446; decrees small customs to be paid to university in preference to archbishop, 449; decree in favour of Glasgow, 463; decree, merchants and skippers of Glasgow against Dumbarton, 464; decree of double-poinding between Dumbarton and Renfrew, 478.

Coupland, Robert of, 19.

Court of Glasgow, 66, 70; lands offered in, to nearest relations before selling to strangers, 18; decree by head court adjudging tenement in Rottenrow to the choir, 66, 437.

Coutstoun, Over and Nether, 217, 229, 233.

Cowcaddens (Cowcaldenis, Coldenis), Little, 217, 229, 232; Meikle, 217, 229, 232.

Cowdoun, Sir William Cochrane of, 486.

Crag, Frer David, prior, 77, 78.

Crafts, 302, 309, and merchants, disagree as to guildry, 457; council to be chosen from merchants and, 463; election of deacons, 467; work of, sold at market, 401, 479; James VI. directs his orders for equality of merchants and, to be adhered to, 468. See "Guildry."
-, Hospital of, 291, 465.

Cragane or Watson, William, lands of, 94.

Craig, Gilbert, 128.
-, Robert, sergeant, 96.

Craigbait, Gabriel Symple of, 128.

Craigs. See "Easter Craigs" and "Wester Craigs."

Craquhy, mill and mill lands of, 195, 196.

Crawfurd, Earls of, David, 57, 65; John, treasurer, 417.
-, Archibaldus, ab Eglischem, rector, 191.

Crawfurd, Dame Christian, wife of Sir William Stewart, of Mynto, 302, 307.
-, Marion, wife of Provost Schaw, 101.

Crichton (Creichton, Creychton, Crichtoun),
-, George of Creychton of Carnes, knight, admiral, 36.
-, J., cantor, 324.
-, Lord William, chancellor, 31, 36.

Crokat, Patrick, land of, 50.

Cross, altar of the, 333.

Crubbis, acre of land in, 103; 3 acres in, granted by James VI. to city, 286, 465.

Cruifstanis, land of, 206.

Crukis, rood of land in, 49.

Cruives. See "Fish."

Crystoun, 217, 229, 233.

Culchone, Humphrey of, knight, 23.

Cullen, John, writer, 363.

Cullois, lands of, 195, 196.

Culnotrie, land of, 205.

Culross, 471.
-, Alexander, commendator of, 164.
-, abbey and lordship of, 206.

Cultre, George of Schoriswod, rector of, 31, 36.

Cumming (Cumin, Comyn), Jordan, 9, 10.
-, Richard, 4.
-, Walter, Earl of Meneteth, 14, 15.
-, Walter, 9, 10.
-, William, Earl of Buchan, justiciar, 9, 10.
-, William, 7.

Cumnock, 294, 363.

Cunningham (Cunnynghame, Cuninghame, Cunynghame, Conynghame, Conygham), Allan, councillor, 303, 308, 309.
-, David, provost of Collegiate Church of Hamilton and rector of university, 91.
-, David, canon, 99.
-, Gabriel, bailie, 303, 309.
-, Gabriel, councillor, 359.
-, Helen, 142145.
-, James (Cumnok), 294, 363.
-, John, tenement of, 93.
-, John, treasurer, 303, 308, 309.

Cupar, Patrick Wischard, vicar of, 96.

Curry, John, burgess, 99.

Customs: Renfrew and Rutherglen prohibited levying toll or, in the Barony or St. Mungo's freedom, 27, 434; troner of, 83; of goods weighed at trone to be enjoyed by bishop, 84; cokket received at trone to relieve from further custom throughout Scotland, 84; wool, skins, hides, cloth, bread, fish, &c., sent beyond sea by bishop, to be free of, 85; strangers to pay duties for fish bought at free burghs, 88; dues on fish transported from the Brig and Water of Clyde, 147; market customs exacted from Rutherglen, 165, 446; city customer, 165; of trone and fair or market, mortified by archbishop to university, 189, 448, and confirmed by James VI., 191, 449; grant of, by James VI. to Walter, commendator of Blantyre, 216; grant of, to city, 279, 281, 464, and confirmed by parliament, 284, 465; grant of impost for maintenance of bridge, 300, 468; scale of imposts, 301; of the trone, fairs, markets, &c., confirmed by Charles I. to the university, 338; university exempted from imposts, 351, 473; tolls and customs of the Clyde confirmed to city, 353; customs of burghgates, bridge, trone, markets, and green granted to city, 387; of vessels landing at the Broomielaw, anchorages and shore silver, 391; generally confirmed to city, 414; Lochfine and lochs in North Isles not to take custom from Glasgow for fishing, 442; bishop's customs of trone, boats, &c., leased by bishop to Matthew Boyd, 447; Matthew Boyd decreed to pay small customs to university, in preference to archbishop, 449; complaint by Lanark to convention against Glasgow uplifting duties on victual and wool, 454; convention decerns against Glasgow as to wool, 454, and assoilzies Lanark as to victual, 455; convention-license to get Crown right to levy imposts (1) for causeways and bridges, 457, and (2) for bridges of Kirkintilloch and Inchberrie, 457; convention - license to Dumbarton to get Crown grant for impost to preserve burgh from inundation, 457; privy council grants the impost, 248, 458; to extend, to Leven, not to Clyde, 458; Renfrew complains to convention as to bridge - tax on herring, 459; convention ordains Glasgow to cease uplifting herringtax, 460; Dumbarton complains against penny bridge custom, 460; license for renewal of causeways and bridges-impost, 462, and commuted to Renfrew, 462; Rutherglen complains to convention as to bridge and bere or malt customs at market, 463, and Glasgow assoilzied, and impost commuted, 464; on boats and barks, 465; of trone, boats, &c., leased by archbishop to city, 465; Dumbarton petitions convention for impost on herring, 468; Glasgow fleshers complain as to Dumbarton's cattle customs, 470; complaint withdrawn, 471.

Dalbeth (Dalbeyth, Dalbeith), 217, 229, 233.

Daldowie, 217, 229, 233.

Dalgleish, Simon, donation by, to Grammar School, of tenement in Meikle Wynd, 436.

Dalgless, James of, bailie, 69.

Dalkeith (Dalkeytht), 168, 186, 191, 192.
-, Lords (James, Earl of Morton), 162, 167, 168, 169, 173, 181, 186, (Earl of Angus) 211, (William, Earl of Morton) 328.

Dalmarnok, 217, 229, 232.

Dalwolsy, Alexander Ramsay, of, knight, 36.

Dalziel, rectory and vicarage of, granted by Charles I. to university, 335, and the teinds, 336, 472; stipend and teinds of, 345.

Darnley (Dernele, Darnelie, Darnlie), Lords: John Stewart, 72; Matthew Stewart (Regent), 146; Ludovic, 252, 259.
-, Earl, 314.

Darroch, John, 93.

David, Earl (the Lion's brother), 4.

Davidsone, John, 124.

Davidstoun, 217, 229, 233.

Deanery and Sub-Deanery, reserved from act of annexation to Crown, 412, 481.

Deans. See "Clergy."

Deanside (Deansyde, Deanesyde, Deansyd): eight acres in, granted by James VI. to city, 286, 465.

Deir, lordship and living of, called the lordship of Altrie, 195.

Dempster, John Neilson, the, 70.

Dickson (Dicson, Diksoun, Dicksoun, Dykson), David, regent in university, 296.
-, John, 46.
-, John, councillor, 303, 308, 309.
-, William, 44, 47, 71.

Dinnine, John, 397.

Dominican Friars. See "Blackfriars."

Donaldson, Maurice, 47.
-, William, 145, 162.

Donydour. See "Dunidouir."

Dowglas (Duglas, Douglas, Douglass, Duueglas), 294, 324, 363.
-, Archibald (Earl of Angus), lord, 211.
-, Archibald, archdeacon, 190.
-, Erkembald of, 5.
-, James, lord of, 23.
-, William, earl of, 31.
-, Robert, provost of Lynclouden, collectorgeneral, 206, 216, 232.
-, Walter, councillor, 359, 363, 397.
-, William, of Quhittinghame, 164.
-, William, massour, 360.

Douglas, laird of Drumlangrig's son, 206.

Dowhill, six acres meadow on the, 94.

Drew, Robert, notary, 358.

Driffisdale (Dryffisdaill). See "Teinds."

Drugs, not to be sold without surgeon's license, 453.

Drumganis, lands of, 206.

Drumjarg, lands of, 205.

Drumlangrig, Douglas, son of the laird of, 206.

Drummond, Sir Alexander, of Midhope, knight, 279.
-, Lord John, justiciar, 87.

Drumsleit, barony of, 206.

Dryburgh (Dryburght), Little and Meikle, lands of, 205.

Dryffisdale. See "Driffisdale."

Drygate, 94; tenement, garden, and yard in, conveyed to city, 494, and leased to Robert Fleming, Patrick Bell, and James Bell, 495.

Drymen, teinds of. See "Teinds."

Dubbervile, Roger, Philip, John, servants, 21.

Duties. See "Customs."

Dumbarton (Dunbretan, Dumbartan, Dumbartane, Dumbertane), 165, 242, 463; Alexander II. grants to Glasgow rights of trade in Argyle and Lennox as freely as before a burgh was founded at, 14, 431; directed by Alexander III. not to harrass Glasgow trade, 17, 431; decree against, in favour of Glasgow, for wrongous stoppage of winepurchase from Frenchman on Clyde, 54, 436; confirmed by James III., 71, 437; being a free burgh, ships and strangers may trade with, 88, 438; castle of, resists King and harasses Glasgow trade, but subdued, 146; indenture between, and Glasgow as to foreign trade in West Sea and Clyde, 225, 452; convention-license to get Crownimpost to preserve burgh from inundation Glasgow dissenting, 457; privy council grants the impost, 248, 458, and questions between Dumbarton and Glasgow referred to convention, 249, 458; act of convention as to liberties of in Clydeimpost to extend to Leven, not Clyde, 458; Robert Semple, of Corriuth, baillie, John Buquhannaine and Thomas Faulasdaill, burgesses of, 249; Charles I. confirms a decree by lords of council and session against, in favour of Glasgow, 380; with Glasgow and Renfrew, complains against Ayr and Irvine fishermen destroying herring fry, 459; with Glasgow and Renfrew, ordained by convention to keep Clyde clean and unpolluted with matter injurious to fish, 459; complains to convention against Glasgow uplifting penny bridge-custom, 460; complaint continued, 461; convention appoints Glasgow and Renfrew to pen an article to Parliament for cleansing of Clyde, 463; decree, Glasgow merchants and skippers against, 464; petitions convention for herringimpost, 468; Glasgow fleshers complain to convention as to cattle customs of, 470; complaint withdrawn, 471; decree of doublepoinding between, and Renfrew, 478; objections thereto by Glasgow remitted for investigation, 478; Glasgow protests, that it should not be prejudiced by ratification of charters of, 481; ship sunk in Clyde to blockade king's passage to, 484; inhabitants of the sheriffdom to meet and attend the king and queen at Glasgow (1565), 492.

Dumfries (Dumfreis, Drumfreis), 401, 402, 416, 461, 478.

Duncan (Dunecan), Earl, 4, 6.

Dunbar, 465.
-, Earls of: Patrick, 16; George, 276, 277.
-, Alexander, dean of Murray, 164.

Dunblane, William, bishop of, 122.

Dundee, 270.

Dunfermling (Dumfermling, Dunfermeling, Dunfermelin, Dumfermling, Dunfermiline), 468.
-, Abbey of, 196; Archibald, abbot of, 6; Robert, commendator of, 164, 186; conventual brethren of, 204.
-, Alexander, Earl of, high chancellor, 279.

Dunidouir (Donydour), Sir Richard of, one of the prepositi of Glasgow, 19.

Dunidouir, Stephen, canon, king'schamberlain, 22.

Dunkeld, bishops of: John, 6; Hugh, 9, 10; George, 15, 86; James, 64.

Dunkirk and Irish frigates, Glasgow, Ayr, and Irvine send ships against, 483.

Dunlop (Dinlope), Alexander, student, 358.
-, Andrew, 120, 127.

Dunrod, Robert Lyndsaye of, provost, 127.

Durie, Alexander Gibson of, clerk of rolls, 423.

Dwne (Dwn), David, 89, 90, 91.
-, James, 46.
-, William, 93, 94.

Dykis, David Forsyth of, minister, 244.

Dysart, 454.

Eaglesham (Eglischam, Egilshame, Egilsham): Archibald Crawfurd, rector, 191; Andrew Lismoren, 324; J. Bell, 363.

Eaglesham Croft, three cutrigs in, 46.

Eastercraigs, multures of, thirled to Subdean Mills, 303, 304, 310, 469.

Easter Kennat, Alexander Hay of, clerk of the rolls, 211.

Eastwood (Estwodd), Sir John Modervale, vicar of, 48; James Houston, vicar of, 107, 109, 112, 142, 440, 441.

Edgar, the vicar, 18.

Edilston (Edilstoun, Ettilstoun, Ettitstoune): barony of, 83, 218, 230, 260, 265, 267, 294; Earl of Lauderdale's infeftment in, excepted from annexation of church lands to Crown (1641), 412.

Edinburgh (Edenbure, Edeneburgh, Edeneburg, Edenesburc, Edynborche, Edynburch, Edinburght, Edinburghe), 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 17, 28, 31, 36, 54, 57, 58, 60, 65, 71, 72, 77, 79, 87, 88, 100, 107, 118, 122, 125, 126, 131, 137, 140, 151, 162, 164, 185, 189, 207, 209, 211, 213, 242, 243, 245, 247, 249, 250, 251, 259, 270, 272, 284, 291, 300, 314, 322, 347, 351, 387, 397, 400, 410, 411, 413, 415, 417, 418, 419, 429, 430, 474, 478, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485, 486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493.
-, Castle, 14, 15, 17, 24, 352, 379, 431, 432.
-, Convent of, 77, 78.
-, Markets of, 401, 402, 416, 478.
-, Tolbooth of, 485, 488, 489.

Edingeich, 217, 229, 233.

Eglinton, Earl of, property of, in Drygate, 494.

Elliot (Eliot, Eleot, Elliott), Dr. James, minister, dean of faculty, 356, 358, 359, 363, 365.

Elphinstoun, George, 145; bailie, 149, 161, 164.

Emota of Kyngorn, land of, 49.

Engelram, canon, 5.

Episcopacy: government of, declared by act of general assembly to be unlawful in Kirk of Scotland, 397, 478; objections to stated, 398; act of assembly confirmed by parliament, 400, 479; assembly declares it abjured by confession of faith, 477.

Erkembald of Duueglas, 5.

Ernecrago, land of, 205.

Erneminye, land of, 205.

Ernephilane, land of, 205.

Errol, William, Earl of, constable, 65, 87.

Erskine (Ireskin, Erskyn, Erskynnis), 294, 324, 363.
-, Sir James Hill, parson of, 456.

Erskine, Sir George, Sir James, and Sir Archibald, pensions of, from archbishopric fruits, reserved from act of restitution of benefices, 277.
-, Sir John of, knight, 19.
-, Lord John (Earl of Mar), 325.
-, Lord Thomas, 65.
-, William, chancellor of Glasgow, 191.

Eskirk. See "Ashkirk."

Ettitstoune. See "Edilston."

Eugenius, Pope, 25.

Ewyson, Martin, land of, 48.

Exactions. See "Customs."

Exchequer, 413, 474; orders new signature of archbishopric teinds in favour of Glasgow, 417, 487.

Excise, collector-general of, 483.

Fair, grant of, by William the Lion, yearly, for eight full days (1189), 6, 429; receives his firm peace, 7, 430; confirmed by Alexander II., 9, 430; renews peace and protection to, 15, 431; confirmed by Robert I., 23, 433; customs mortified by archbishop to university, 189, 448; mortification confirmed by James VI., 191, 449; grant by James VI. of, "used and wont," customs and casualties, 281; confirmed by parliament, 284, 465; customs confirmed to university, 338; Charles I. grants "four free fairs four times yearly," 385, 476; exacting of customs at, 388; freedoms of last of fairs, called Fair of Glasgow, reserved to Duke of Lennox, 388, 476.

See "Markets."

Falconer, Richard, tenement of, 49.

Falkirk (Faukirke), 401.

Falkland, 123, 457.

Faulasdaill, Thomas (Dumbarton), 249.

Faulls (Fauls, Faullis), Andrew, master of work, 308.
-, Andrew, 397.

Fauside, Rob of, 44.

Feasts: of the exaltation of the Holy Cross, 20; of the beheading of St. John the Baptist, 21; and of his nativity, 30; double, 105; of St. Michael, the archangel, 119; of whitsunday and martinmas, 144, 196, 206, 258, 290, 293, 312; of alhallowmes, 277; of the nativity, 338; of the purification of the Virgin Mary, 338.

Fenton Barns, John Prestoun of, collectorgeneral, 259, 279.

Festival days, observation of, an objection to episcopacy, 398.

Fife (Fyfe), sheriffdom of, 205, 207.

Finlay (Finlai), Jonet, tenement of, 76.
-, Robert, merchant, liberated from Edinburgh tolbooth, 489.

Fish, strangers to buy, salt and barrelled only, and at free burghs, 88; bridge and Clyde dues on granted to city, 146, 445; fishings of salmon, &c., in Clyde granted to city, 383, 476; confirmed to city, 414; customs in Lochfine and lochs in North Isles, 442; justices appointed to execute acts anent cruives and yairs, slaughter of red fish and fry, 449; complaint to convention against Ayr and Irvine fishermen taking herring fry, 459; Clyde to be kept clean and unpolluted with matter injurious to, 459; Dumbarton petitions convention for impost on herring, 468; Newark and Inchgreen places for transportation of Glasgow herring, 478.

Fisher (Fischer), James, 294, maltman, 296.

Fleming (Flemyng, Flemyn, Flemeyng), Andrew, sergeant, 112.
-, Archibald, commissary, 487.
-, Archibald, merchant, conveys two booths in steeple of Tron Kirk to city, 494.
-, James, charter by city of Trone Church (dismantled), kirkyard, and yard in Trongate to, 140, 445; sasine thereon, 445.
-, James, 127.
-, James, bailie, 148, 162, 164.
-, John, 145, 148.
-, John, land of, 47.
-, John, merchant, liberated from Edinburgh tolbooth, 489.
-, Michael, notary, 109.
-, Robert, councillor, 303, 309.
-, Robert, city leases property in Drygate to, 495.
-, Sir Thomas, 109.
-, William, commissary clerk, excambion between (1) himself and (2) the city and schoolmaster, 472.

Fleshers (Fleschouris), complain to convention against Dumbarton's cattle customs, 470; complaint withdrawn, 471.
-, William Watson, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Forbes, A., 363.

Forces. See "War."

Forfar, sheriffdom of, 195.

Fornication, magistrates and kirk-sessions appointed judges under statutes against, 245, 455.

Forrett, Thomas, 128.

Forster, Robert, 91.

Forsyth (Forsyde, Foirsyth, Forsythe), David, of Dykis, minister, 244.
-, James, regent in university, 356, 358, 359, 363, 365.
-, Robert, 103.

Forth, saltpans upon, 401, 479.

Fowlbar. See "Fulber."

France, Archbishop James, ambassador at court of, 250, 458; privy council ordaines city to price stuff for army of, 491.

Friars. See "Blackfriars" and "Greyfriars."

Friar John of Govan, 43.

Fry. See "Fish."

Fulber (Fowlbar), Adam Hall of, 103.
-, Robert Hall of, 79.

Galbraith, Alexander, rector, grammar school, 436.

Galloway, Andrew, maltman, 494.
-, Lord William, 31.

Gallowgate, annual rent, 46; two roods on west side of, 48; city acquires right to convey water from spring-well at burn and bridge of, 494.

Gallowmure, 16 acres of, granted by city to Trone Church, 109, 441; confirmed by archbishop, 113, 441; Elizabeth Bogle receives from city new investiture of land in, 494.

Garbraid, 217, 229, 233.

Garcosch, 217, 229, 233.

Gardarroch, 217, 229, 233.

Gardner (Gardenar), David, vicar of Moffett, 96.
-, Sir Richard, vicar of Colmonell, 25, 27, 433; land of, 49.

Gardyngad Hill, liberty to city to build mill on the Molindinar, 25, 433.

Garioche, Lord John (Earl of Mar), 325.

Garrantoun, land of, 205.

Garrison. See "War."

Garrocht, 217, 229, 233.

Gartforie, 217, 229, 233.

Gartinquene, 217, 229, 233.

Gartinquene mure, 217, 229, 233.

Gartnaivell, 217, 229, 233.

Gates (burgh), customs of, 387.

Gayne, John, 109.

German, Nicol, son of, 19.

Gersumland, 216.

Gibson, Alexander, of Durie, clerk of rolls, 423.
-, Alexander, 417.
-, Henry, town-clerk, 129, 145, 148, 162, 445.
-, Hew, conveys Provost Yard to city, 493.

Gilbert, Earl, 4.

Gilhagie(Guilhagy), Ninan, deacon-convener, 397.
-, Ninian, elder councillor, 359.
-, Ninian, younger councillor, 359.

Gillecrist, Earl of Meneteth, 4.

Gillespie, James, Killern, 324, 363.

Gilmour, John, councillor, 303, 309.

Glamis (Glammys), Lord John, justiciar, 87; chancellor, 186.
-, Lord Patrick, master of the household, 31, 36.
-, Thomas Lyonn, of Balduky, treasurer, master of, 216.

Glasgowsad vitam vel culpam, 487; contribution for maintenance of army, 488; persons in Edinburgh Tolbooth to be liberated on obedience to levy-acts, 488; petitioners to be eased of quarterings for obedience to levy-acts, 489; parliament liberates James Stewart, provost, Robert Finlay and John Fleming, merchants, from Edinburgh Tolbooth, to be confined in lodgings there, 489; and liberates three bailies, dean of guild, nine councillors, and town-clerk from the Tolbooth, to be confined within Edinburgh and ports, 489; government of, 489; act of parliament as to elections, and allowing return of magistrates, councillors, and townclerk confined in Edinburgh, 489; privy council ordains city to price stuff for French army, 491; ordained by privy council to uphold friars' places for the common weal, 491; inhabitants of Dumbarton and Renfrew appointed to meet the king and queen at (1565), 492; bond by lords and barons of west country subscribed in their presence at, 492; on complaint of, privy council ordaines the parson to furnish bread and wine to the communion, 492; ordained by privy council to pay the minister yearly, 492; on Mary's escape from Lochleven, privy council ordains earls, lords, barons, &c., to meet the lord regent at, 493; disposition by Robert Chyrnside of ground at the west port to, 493; sasine thereon, 493; disposition of the Provost Yard of the Tron Kirk to, 493; sasine threeon, 495; disposition of two booths in steeple of Tron Kirk conveyed to, 494; sasine thereon, 494; great tenement, garden, and yard in Drygate conveyed to, 494; disposition of tenement, yard, and barn in High Street to, 494; sasine thereon, 494; gives Elizabeth Bogle new investiture in Gallowmuir land for right to convey water from spring-well at Gallowgate burn, 494; acquires tenement, yard, and half-an-acre land at the West Port, 495; leases the Drygate property and encourages the lessees to erect a manufactory, 495.
-, Bailies of: John Stewart, Thomas Wynter, 26; John Macmulan, 44; James Stewart, John Robynsone, 66; Johne of Schaw, James of Dalgless, 69; Thomas Hughson, William Smyth, 96; David Lyndezaie, 97; George Burell, James Wilsoun, 109, 113; John Hall, John Mure 120; Archibald Walles, James Flemyng, 148; Adam Wallace, Archibald Lyoun, George Elphinstoune, 149, 161; Archibald Lyoun, George Elphinstoune, James Flemyng, 164; Robert Rowat, James Temple, Thomas Glen, 248, 249; Matthew Turnbull, Thomas Muir, and Robert Rowat (?), 462; James Braidwood, James Bell, Colin Campbell, 291; Gabriell Conynghame, James Braidwoode, William Stewart, 303, 309; James Hamiltoun, Niniane Andersone, 359, 363, 364; John Barnes, James Bell, William Wilsoune, 395, 397; James Law, 492.
-, Councillors: Matthew Trumble, William Wemis, John Rowat, Allane Conynghame, John Diksoun, John Gilmour, Robert Flemyng, James Stewart, Waltir Stirling, Robert Rowat, Thomas Morsoun, Ninian Andirsoun, Gabriell Smyth, Alexander Cauldwell, David Scherar, Williame Howie, William Nelsoun, elder, John Padie, James Lychtbodie, Andro Mylne, 303, 309; Gabriell Cunuynghame, William Stewart, Colene Campbell, George Mure, Walter Stirling, John Andersone, elder, Walter Douglas, Thomas Morsoune, William Neilsone, John Andersone, younger, John Maxwell, William Howie, Gavin Nisbit, Henrie Glen, George Porterfield, Robert Campbell, Niniane Gilhagie, elder, John Sheillis, Richart Allane, James Colquhoune, James Padie, James Ogilvie, Niniane Gilhagie, younger, Thomas Scott, 359; William Stewart, Walter Douglas, William Huie, Gawin Neisbit, Niniane Andersone, John Shiels, George Porterfield, Matthew Hammiltoune, Patrike Colquhoune, Archibald Fauls, James Colquhoune, William Hyndshaw, Coline Campbell, Johne Andersoune, Thomas Scott, Robert Horner, 397.
-, Deacon-Conveners: Patrik Maxuell, 303, 308, 309; Gawin Nisbit, 359; Ninian Guilhagy, 397.
-, Deans of Guild: Colin Campbell, 303, 308, 309; John Barnes, 359, 363; James Hammiltoune, 395, 397.
-, Master of Works: Andro Faullis, 308.
-, Prepositi: Sir Richard of Dunidouir, Alexander Palmer, William Gley, 19; Oliver Smalhy, Richard Smalhy, 20.
-, Provosts: John Stewart, "the first provest that was in the cite of Glasgu" (1454), 43; John Stewart, 66, 68, 69; John Stewart, of Mynto, knight, 97; John Schaw, 101; Robert Steward, of Mynto, 108, 109, 113; Andrew Hamyltoun, of Cochnocht, 119; John Stewart, of Minto, knight, 145, 148, 149, 161; Robert Lyndsaye, of Dunrod, 127, 128; Robert Lord Boyd, 164; James Hammiltoun, 291; James Stewart, 302, 308, 309; Patrik Bell, 359, 363, 364, 478, 481, 483; Colin Campbell, 395; George Porterfield, 485, 486; James Stewart, 489.

Glasgow Town-Clerks: Sir John Michelson, 70; Henry Gibsoun, 129, 443; John Thomsoun, 294, 298, 299, 308, 313, 314, 466, 467, 469, 493; John Huchesone, 363, 397, 475, 494, 495; Archibald Highgate, 449; William Hiegait, 492.
-, Treasurers: David Scherare, 296, 299; Johne Conynghame, 303, 308, 309; John Mershell, 359; William Robertson, 395, 397.

Glasgow-treasurer, lands of, 111, 441.

Glasgow, Archibald, student, 363.

Glassford (Glasfurd), William Stewart, rector of, 72, 78, 438.

Glen, Howrie, councillor, 359, 363.
-, Matthew, deacon of baxters, 303, 308, 310.
-, Thomas, bailie, 248.

Glencairn, William, earl of, 404.

Gley, William, prepositus, 19.

Glover (Gluvar, Gluvare), David, land of, 49.
-, Sir John, tenement of, 94.
-, Robert, lands in Longeroft and tenement of, 94.

Goldsmyth, William, land of, 48.

Gorbals, 216, 228, 232.

Gordoun, Lord, 137.

Govan, rectory and vicarage of, granted by James VI. to university, 168, 447; Stephen Betoun, rector of, 169, 173; charge of church committed to principal of university, 177; choir and revenues of, 183, 184; parish church of, 185; grant of rectory to university confirmed by James VI., 207, 451; and by parliament, 211, 451; John Strang of, 324, 363; grant to university of parish church, rectory and vicarage, patronage and teinds, confirmed by Charles I., 333, 472; stipend of minister of, 345; kirk and teinds of, 349; charge of parish separated from office of principal of university, stipend fixed, and patronage vested in university, 470.
-, Little, 216, 229, 232.
-, Meikle, 216, 228, 232.
-, Friar John of, prior, 43.
-, John, 308.
-, Symon of, 20; his spouse Christian's land, 20.

Govanescheillis, 216, 229, 232.

Gowrie, earldom of, 195.

Graham, Alexander, notary, 464.
-, Gavin, 128.
-, Henry of, 7.
-, James, 120.
-, John, 128, 162.
-, Patrick, Lord of the, 36.
-, William, 191.

Grammar School. See "Schools."

Grange, lands of, 207.

Gray, Andrew, Lord, 31, 87.
-, Thomas, deacon of tailors, 303, 308, 310.

Green, the, 76.
-, customs of. See "Customs."

Greneleif, Patrick, tenement of, 93.

Greyfriars (Franciscans, or Minorites), 138; grant by Queen Mary of livings of, to city, 131, 444; confirmed by James VI., 137, 444; grants of livings to university confirmed by James VI., 171, 447; again confirmed by him, 207, 451; by parliament, 211, 451; and by Charles I., 332, 472; act of privy council as to application of friars' lands, 491.

Greyfriars' Wynd, decay of great and ancient buildings at, since reformation, 213, 451.

Guildry, merchants', royal burghs dissatisfied that Glasgow has not a dean of guild and elect brethren, 455; convention requires Glasgow to send commissioners to confer about establishment of, 456; matter of, continued by convention, 456; again continued, 456; merchants and craftsmen disagreeing, convention deserts matter of, 457; Charles I. grants leave to have, with dean of guild courts, 385, 476; letter of guildry, 460; approved by council, 460.

Haddington (Hadington, Hadintun), constabulary of, 207,
-, Ranulf of, 5, 429.
-, Thomas, earl of, keeper of privy seal, 374, 395.

Haghill, 217, 229, 233.

Haggs (Haggis), 216, 228, 232.
-, Alexander Hamilton of, 456.

Halhill, 217, 229, 233.

Halis, Lord. See "Bothwell."

Hall, Adam, of Fulber, 103.
-, John, 128, 144, 145, 148.
-, John, deacon of chyrurgians, 303, 308, 310.
-, John, bailie, 120.
-, Robert, of Fowlbar, 79.

Hammilton (Hamilton, Hammiltoun, Hamyltoun, Hammyltoun), Queen Mary's escape from Lochleven, thence to, 493.
-, church of, 176; dean rector of, 153, 156; David Cunynghame, provost of, and rector of university, 91.
-, Nethertoun of, annualrent, 130, 444.
-, James, lord of, 47, 57, 65.
-, James, earl of Arran. See "Arran."
-, James, marquis, afterwards duke of, 374, 395, 423, protests that the mortification of teinds to Glasgow should not prejudice his patronage of Glasgow Sub-Deanery and Kirks of Monkland and Calder, 488.
-, (William), duke of, lord general, deals with quarterings and levy, 489.
-, Alexander, of Haggs, tack by the university of trone casualties to, 456; assignation to his son John, 457.
-, Andrew, of Cochnocht, provost, 119, 128.
-, Archibald, of Hill, captain of Arran, tacksman of the trone, dispossessed by the archbishop, 449.
-, Gavin, tacksman of trone, 449; prevents university uplifting trone customs, 449; university pursues an entry, 449; decree against, 450; Matthew Boyd assigns tack of trone customs to, 450.
-, James, dean, 294, 324, 363.
-, James, provost, 291.
-, James, 303, 308, 309, 324.
-, James, bailie, 359, 363, 364.
-, James, dean of guild, 395, 397.
-, John, of Orbiestoun, justiciary clerk, 423.
-, John, 94, 96, 142.
-, John, lessee of trone customs, 457.
-, John, lord, commendator of the abbacy of Abirbrothock, 196, 210.
-, Matthew, councillor, 397.
-, Sir Thomas, of Bynnie, knight, 279.

Hampton Court, 270, 272.

Hangpuding, Richard, 20, 432.
-, Adard, his son, gift by, of land in crofts to St. Mary's light in High Kirk, 20, 432.

Hannay, John, 71.

Harbartson. See "Herbertson."

Harbour. See "Clyde."

Hay, Lord, constable, 87.
-, Alexander, director of chancery, 186, 196.
-, Alexander, of Easter Kennat, clerk of the rolls, &c., 211.
-, Andrew, rector of Renfrew and of university, 150, 191.
-, Andrew, bishop's servitor, 294, 296.
-, Gilbert of, knight, 23.
-, G. (Eddilston), 191.
-, J., archdeacon, 294.
-, John (Renfrew), 294, 324, 345, 348, 363.
-, Sir John, of Barro, clerk of rolls, &c., 374, 395.
-, Thomas of, 9, 10.
-, William, of Barro, commissary, rector of university, 297.

Hawyk, John of, presbyter of diocesce, 26.

Hegait (Hiegait, Heygait), Archibald, town clerk, 449.
-, Archibald, notary, 464.
-, William, 128, 162.
-, William, burgh clerk, complaint by Bailie Law against, for defamation, 492.

Helias, canon of Glasgow, 5.

Henderson, William, 109.

Herbert, canon of Glasgow, 5.

Herbertson (Harbartson), Allan, interdicted from uplifting trone customs, 450.
-, Archibald, 79, 96.
-, Riche, 68.
-, Robert (Air), 191.

Heretics, Duke of Chatelherault undertakes to repress heresies and punish heretics, 125.

Heriot (Hereot), Sir Alexander, vicar of the choir, 69, 70.
-, David, 362.
-, Matthew, 128, 145.

Heritable bailiary, stewartry, justiciary, &c. See "Barony" and "Regality."

Herring dues. See "Customs."
-, fry. See "Fish."

Hertesheued, William of, sheriff of Lanark, 12.

Heuch, Robert Home of, 207.

Hiegait. See "Hegait."

High Kirk. See "Churches."

High Street, 46, 48, 93, 102, 497; tenement, yard, and barn in, conveyed to city, 494; tenementin, mortified to Hutchesons' Hospital, 495.

Hill, Archibald Hamilton of, 449, 450.
-, Gavin Hamilton of, 450.
-, James, 191.
-, Sir James, parson of Erskine, 456.
-, Thomas, his son, feu right in Ibrox confirmed by James VI. to, 456.

Hindland, 217, 229, 233.

Hislop (Hislahop), Thomas, 91.

Hodgis, Thomas, 79.

Hog, C. (Stobo), 324.
-, William, 397.

Holme, land of, 206.

Holy Bluid chaplainry, 333.

Holy Cross, feast of exaltation of, 20.

Holyrood (Halyrudehous, Halierudehous, Holyruid, Holyrud), 192, 207, 211, 215, 225, 245, 247, 252, 258, 325, 327, 403, 410, 453, 471.
-, abbacy of, 196; John Bothwell receives gift of, 196; Archibald, abbot of, treasurer, 65; Adam, bishop of Orkney, commendator of, 185.

Home, Robert, of Heuch, 207.

Horn, John, lands of, 46.

Horner, Robert, councillor, 397.

Horses. See "Markets."

Hospitals, of Glasgow (1487), tenements of, 75; of the crafts, 291; city's rights of, confirmed, 413; St. Mungo's chapel and kirkyard to be converted into an hospital for the poor, 454; signature of mortification for support of hospitals, &c., 480; parliament orders confirmation of signature, 415, 481; exchequer orders new signature, 417, 487; charter by Charles I. of teinds contained in signature, 418, 487, 498; confirmed by parliament, 423, 488. See St. Nicholas', St. Niniau's, and Hutchesons' Hospitals.

Hospitality, Queen Mary's foundation of the ministry and hospitality of Glasgow. See "Churches."

Houston, lands of, laird of, 47.
-, James, sub-dean of the metropolitan church, vicar of Eastwood, 109, 112, 142, 441; the archbishop consents to his founding Tron Church, 440; appoints the magistrates patrons of seven chaplainries in church, 107, 440; he appoints visitors for church, 441. See "Tron Church."
-, John, vicar, regent in university, 122, 123, 124.

Howie (Huie), William, councillor, 303, 309, 359, 363, 397.

Howieson (Howison), John, person of Cambuslang, 191.
-, Thomas, tenement of, 94.

Huie. See "Howie."

Hutcheson (Huchesoun, Hutchisone, Huchesone), Bessie, of Lambhill, 498.
-, George, of Lambhill, 308, 314, 324; feu right of Lambhill confirmed by James VI. to, 456. See "Hutchesons' Hospital."
-, Helen, of Lambhill, 498.
-, James, student, 358.
-, Janet, of Lambhill, 498.
-, John, town-clerk, 363, 397, 475, 494, 495.
-, Robert, merchant, and spouse, renounce tenement of grammar school, 447.
-, Thomas, of Lambhill. See "Hutchesons' Hospital."

Hutcheson, Thomas, 99.
-, Thomas, notary, 308.

Hutchesons' Hospital, founded by George Hutcheson, of Lambhill, for poor, aged, and decrepit men, 495; the city accepts the patronage and management of, 496; mortification by Thomas Hutcheson, of Lambhill, of property for educating and harbouring twenty boys, orphans and others, sons of burgesses, the name of Hutchesone or Herbertsone to be preferred, 496; relative assignation by him, 497; he mortifies 1000 merks for additional help, 497; the college dispones land in Langcroft to, 497; Thomas Hutcheson dispones twenty merks feu-duty to, 497; mortifies the sum of debts, to, 497; ratification by Janet, Bessie, and Helen Hutchesone, sisters and heirs-portioners of Thomas, of his mortification, 498.

Hugh, William the Lion's chancellor, 6.

Hughson, Robert, land of, 49; tenement of, 93, 94.

Hugon, Thomas, bailie, 96; lands of, 103.

Hume, Alexander, of that ilk, chamberlain, 87.

Huntly, George, Earl of, 65; chancellor, 137.

Hynd (Hynde), David, 26.
-, John, 71; tenement of, 75.

Hyndshaw, William, councillor, 397.

Hyne, David, tenement of, 50.
-, Robert, tenement of, 49.

Ibrox, part of lands of, confirmed by James VI. to Thomas Hill, 456.

Imposts. See "Customs."

Inchberrie Bridge, convention-license to Glasgow to get Crown-right to levy impost for, 457.

Inglis, Alexander, chancellor of Aberdeen, clerk of the rolls, 65.
-, James, 303, 308, 309.

Innerdaill, Lord, 374, 395, 423.

Inschegreine, roadstead of, 384, 386, 476, to be used for transportation of Glasgow herring, 478.

Ireland: Glasgow, Ayr, and Irvine send ships against Irish and Dunkirk frigates, 483; maintenance of men for war against rebels, 484.

Irvine, being a free burgh, strangers may trade with, 88, 438; complaint against fishermen at, destroying herring fry, 459; with Glasgow and Ayr, send ships against Irish and Dunkirk frigates, 483.

Irvine (Irewyn), Reginald, archdeacon, charter by Robert, of Mithyngby, of his lands in burgh to, 17, 432.

Isles, the, inhabitants of Glasgow and West Seas may export baken bread, brewed ale, and aquavit, for barter to, 442; customs not to be exacted from Glasgow for fishing in lochs, 442.

Jaksone, Wylly, 44.

James II., III., IV., V., VI. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Jargun, Robert, 19.

Jedburgh (Jedewurth, Jedburghe), 13, 431.
-, markets of, 401, 402, 416, 478.

Johnsoun, Phelim, 128.

Johnstone (Johnestoun), 217, 229, 233.

Joseline, bishop. See "Clergy."

Julius II., Pope, 97.

Justiciary. See "Barony" and "Regality."

Justices of the Peace, the provost and bailies created, 386, 476.
-, for Clyde. See "Clyde."

Karmyld. See "Carmyld."

Keith, Lord, 185, 423.

Kelso (Kelcho), abbey of, 205; Osbert, abbot of, 6.

Kelvin Mill. See "Mills."

Kennyhill (Kendyhill, Kendiehill), 217, 229, 233.

Kenmure (Kenmuire), 217, 229, 233.
-, Over, 217, 229, 233.

Kennedy, Francis, servitor, 321.

Keppo, 217, 229, 233.

Ker, Lord, of Cesfurd and Cavertoun, 423.
-, Matthew, 299, 308.

Kerse, barony of, 195.

Kilbryde (Kilbride), rectory and vicarage, with teinds, granted by Charles I. to university, 334, 472; with the lands of Kirktoun of, 334, and teinds, 336; stipend, 345; David Sharpe, rector of, 294, 345, 348; kirk of, 349.

Killearn (Kyllern, Kylern, Killerne), William Stewart, prebendary of, 72, 78, 438; William Graham, person of, 191; James Gillespie of, 324, 363.

Killellane, John Hay, minister at, 348.

Kilmaris, Lord, 404.

Kincardine (Kyncardin), lands of, 206.

King, James, advocate, chaplain of St. Kentigern's Chapel, 338.
-, James, 362.

King Street, or Waltargat, 43, 44.

Kings. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Kinghorn (Kyngorn), lands of Emota of, 49.

'Kinloss,' in privy council, 248.

Kintyre, Earl of, 404.

Kirkcaldy, 454, 466.

Kirk censure, persons under, not to be magistrates, 485.

Kirk of Scotland. See "Churches."

Kirk-livings. See "Churches" and "Friars."

Kirkmen, civil places and powers of, declared unlawful in kirk by general assembly, 399, 478, and by parliament, 400, 470.

Kirk registers, 398.

Kirk-session, with magistrates, appointed judges under fornication acts, 245, 455.

Kirk-sessions. See "Kirk of Scotland."

Kirkyards. See "Churches" (various).

Kirkhill, provestry of, 276.

Kirkintilloch, convention-license to Glasgow to get Crown impost for bridge of, 457.

Kirklie, 217, 229, 233.

Kirkliston, 265.

Kircudbright, being a free burgh, strangers may trade with, 88, 438.
-, stewartry of, 205.

Kirktoun. See "Kilbride."

Knok, John, land of, 48.

Knox (Knoxis), Adam, bailie, 249.
-, David, sergeant, 96, burgess, 99.

Kyll, John of, 26.

Kyncleth, lands above, 47.

Kyngorn. See "Kinghorn."

Kynkeyth. See "North Berwick."