Index: L - Z

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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'Index: L - Z', in Charters and Documents Relating To the City of Glasgow 1175-1649 Part 2, (Glasgow, 1894) pp. 521-536. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/glasgow-charters/1175-1649/no2/pp521-536 [accessed 14 April 2024]

Lawder, Alexander, parson, ordained by privy council to furnish communion elements, 492.

Laigh Kirk. See "Tron Kirk."

Laing (Layng), Archibald, clerk of diocesce, 91, 92.
-, — John, person of Luss, dean of faculty, 122, 123.
-, — John, rector of Newlands, treasurer, 57.

Lambhill, 217, 229, 233; George Hutchesoun of, 308, 314, 324, 495, 496, 497; his feu-right of, confirmed by James VI., 456; Thomas, of, 496, 497, 498; Janet, Jessie, and Helen heirsportioners of Thomas, of, 498.

Lanark (Lanarc), 217, 229, 260, 286; William of Hertesheued, sheriff of, 12; magistrates of Glasgow, Renfrew, and Lanark appointed justices for Clyde, 449; complains to convention against Glasgow victual and wool-customs, 454; convention decerns against Glasgow as to wool-customs, 454; and assoilzies as to victual-customs, 455; Glasgow trone weights conformed to weights of, 463 (145 and 148); Glasgow magistrates put on committee of war for the shire, 485, 488; provision for garrison and forces to be paid out of county fines, 485; government of burgh of, 489.
-, — William, earl of, 423.

Langcroft. See "Longcroft."

Lauderdale, earl of, his infeftment in Stobo and Ettitstoune excepted from Crown annexation, 412; remit to, in double poinding between Dumbarton and Renfrew, 479.

Law Medo. See "North Berwick."

Law, David, servitor, 324.
-, — George, 322.
-, —James, 127.
-, — James, bailie, complaint by, against the town-clerk, for defamation, 492.
-, —James, servitor, 322.
-, — James, archbishop. See "Clergy."
-, — Thomas, land of, 47.
-, — Thomas, sergeant, 96.

Leich, John, fisherman, tenement and garden of, 75; lands of, 94.

Leith (Leyth), 195, 494; preceptory of St. Anthony in, 206.

Lennox (Leuenax, Leuenaux, Levinax, Levonax, Lenox, Lennoxe), Alexander II. grants Glasgow rights of trade in, 15, 431; lands in, 130, 444.

Lennox family, royal (Steuart) relationship of, 259, 403; adherence of archbishopric vassals to, 403.
-, —earls of, John Stewart, 72; Matthew, regent, 146, 491.
-, — dukes of, Ludovic, high chamberlain, 410; parliament grants superiority of temporality of archbishopric in liferent to, 454; reference, his rights in archbishopric resigned to crown, 456; confirmation by James VI. of feu-rights granted by, 456; charter by James VI., of Glasgow Castle and right of electing the magistrates to, 252, 459; dukes heritable bailies and justiciars of archbishopric lands, 253, 256, 459; charter by James VI. of lands and barony of Glasgow, castle, city, burgh, and regality to, 258, 459; consents to letter by James VI. giving Glasgow free election of magistrates, 269, 461; his justiciary and bailliary of regality reserved, 270; act of restitution reserves his liferent of pensions from archbishopric fruits, 277; charter by archbishop, of bailliary and justiciary of barony and regality to, 314, 469; confirmed by Charles I., 325, 471. — James, confirmation to be effectual to, 326; served heir to his uncle Ludovic in bailliary and justiciary of barony and regality, 470; acts of parliament (1) to university, and (2) to city, not to prejudice his bailliary and justiciary, 350, 473, 354, 473; freedom of Glasgow fair reserved to, 388, 476; freedoms of, in burgh and regality reserved to, 394, 476; charter by Charles I. of lands and barony of Glasgow, castle, city, burgh, and regality to, 403, 479; and right of electing magistrates and officers, 405; dukes to be lords of regality of Glasgow and Bishopforest, 405; their jurisdiction, escheat, 405, 406; crown feu-duty, 409; consents to Glasgow electing its magistrates, 410, he selecting one from leet of three to be provost, 411, 480; his rights in archbishopric reserved from crown annexation of bishopric lands, 411, 480; parliament confirms charter of barony, 481; election of magistrates not to prejudice rights of, 486, 489.

Leo, Pope, 105.

Leper House. See "St. Ninian's Hospital."

Lesmahago, cell of, 205.

Lethame, lands of, 205, 277.

Lethingtoun, Sir Richard Maitland of, 137, 164.

Leven (Levin), Walter of, 248.

Leven Water, damages Dumbarton, 248; Dumbarton's impost on, 248, 458.

Levy. See "War."

Liddisdale, Lord, 137.

Lightbody (Lychtbodie), James, councillor, 303, 309.

Lile, Robert, Lord, 65.

Lilliesleaf, barony of, 83, 218, 223, 230, 234, 239, 261, 265, 268.

Linclouden, patrimony of, 205; provestrie of, 206; Robert Dowglas, provest of, 206, and collector-general, 216.

Lindsay (Lyndesay, Lyndsaye, Lindesey, Lindesay, Lyndsay).
-, — A. (Carstairs), 294.
-, — Alexander, 128.
-, — David, lord, 57.
-, — David, sergeant, 96, 97.
-, — David, in Trongate, 120.
-, — David (Leith), conveys to city a tenement, garden, and yard in Drygate, 494.
-, — James (Carstairs), 363.
-, — John, earl of, 404, 417.
-, — John, 128.
-, — John, person of Carstairs, 190.
-, — John, son of Archbishop Patrick, 363.
-, — Robert of Dunrod, provost, 127, 128.
-, — William of, 7, 15.

Lintoun (Lyntoun), Lord, 368, 378.

Linlithgow (Linlythgw, Lythcow), 118, 119; act of pacification and abolition made at, 251; corrupt assemblies at, 399; annulled by general assembly, 399.
-, — Sir George of, presbyter, 26.

Lion, King William the. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Lismoren, Andrew (Eaglesham), 324.

Little Cowcaddens. See "Cowcaddens."

Little Dryburgh. See "Dryburgh."

Little Fawside, James Seatoun of, 322.

Little Govan. See "Govan."

Lochleven, Queen Mary's escape from, 493.

Lochwod, 217, 229, 233.
-, —castle and fortalice of, 265, 408.

Lockhart, George, of Tarbrax, desires to be commissary ad vitam vel culpam, 487.

Logan, James, person of Ettilstoun, 294.
-, —John, of Rays, lands of, 103.

Longcroft, lands in, 49, 94, 102, 103.

Lords of Council and Session. See "Council and Session."

Lords auditors of causes and complaints, decree by, in favour of Glasgow against Dumbarton, 54, 436; confirmed by James III., 71, 437.

Lordship of Glasgow, 315, 325, 404; charters of lands to be called the, 227, 453, 258, 400, 403, 479.

See "Barony" and "Regality."

Loretto, the Lady Virgin Mary of. See "St. Mary."

Lothian (Laudon, Laodon), 11, 14, 15.
-, — Archdeacons of, William, 15; Archibald Quhitelaw, 57.

Lowdoune, John, earl of, chancellor, 403, 423.

Lumloch (Limloch, Linloch), 217, 229, 233.

Lurg, lands of, 206.

Luss, John Laing, person of, 122, 123; benefice of, 122; Villiam Chernisyd, person of, 190; J. Campbell, 294; Archibald M'Clauchlane, 363.

Lyon (Lyone, Lyoun), Archibald, 120, 127.
-, —Archibald, bailie, 149, 161, 164.
-, —Archibald, mill of. See "Mills."
-, —David, 120, 127, 145, 162.
-, —Thomas, of Balduky, master of Glamis, treasurer, 216.
-, —Sir Thomas, of Auldbar, 231.

M 'Aulay, Thomas, writer, Edinburgh, 321.

M 'Clauchlane, Archibald (Luss), 363.

M 'Clelane, John, 67, 68.

M 'Kinnoun, John, student, 324.

M 'Lellane, John, student, 324.

Macmillan (Macmulan, Makmvlan, M 'Mvlan), John, bailie, 44; garden of, 49, 50.

Maiden Castle. See "Edinburgh Castle."

Magazines (military). See "War."

Magistrates, persons under kirk censure not eligible, 485.

Maine, Robert, 358, 363.

Maitland, Sir John of Thirlstone, knight, chancellor, 210, 216.
-, —Richard, of Lethington, keeper of privy seal, 137, 164.

Makcalzeane, Thomas, of Cliftonhall, 164.

Makgill, James, of Rankelour-Nether, clerk of rolls, &c., 163, 164, 166, 186.

Maknair, Humphrey, lands of, 76.

Malcolm, butler to Alexander II., 9, 10.

Malt market. See "Markets."

Maltmen, William Neilson, younger, visitor of, 303, 310.

Malyndoner. See "Molendinar."

Man mylne. See "Subdean Mills."

Manufactory, encouragement by city for erection of a, 495.

Mar, John, earl of, 248, 325.

Marches, riding of, 318.

Maricholme, land of, 206.

Market, grant by King William the Lion of, on Thursday (1175), 4, 429; confirmed by Alexander II., 8, 430, and 11, 430; he grants peace and protection to, 15, 431; Robert III. directs it to be held on Monday instead of Sunday, 24, 433; James II. directs Renfrew and Rutherglen not to molest or take custom from people frequenting, 27, 434; Rutherglen and Renfrew decreed to suffer bringing of goods to, 117, 441; decree against Rutherglen, burgh to levy a ladleful of every laid of corn or victual brought to, 164, 446; Renfrew and Rutherglen directed not to trouble the merchandise, 189, 448; customs mortified by archbishop to university, 189, 448, and confirmed by James VI., 191, 449; confusion and multitude of markets about the Cross, 213; salt market, 214; beir and malt market upon the Wynd Heid, 214, 451; 243, 455; salt market there, 244, 455; decree against Rutherglen and Renfrew confirmed by James VI., 247, 456; liberty to keep a market every week, 281; confirmed by parliament, 284; mortification of customs confirmed to university, 338; meal market, 350, 473, 357, 474; reference to city's expense in building large halls and markets, 377, 475; decree as to ladleful of victual confirmed by Charles I., 380; Charles I. grants liberty to hold market on Monday,. Wednesday, and Friday weekly, 385, 476; petty customs granted to city, 387, and customs of meal, beir, salt, flesh, horse, and cloth markets, 387; parliament prohibits any to be held on Monday for horses or bestial, meal, beir, craftsmen's work, salt from Forth, salt butter, cheese, and timber brought up the Clyde, but to be held on Wednesday, 401, 479; parliament ordains markets to be held on Wednesday instead of Mondays, 416, 484; Rutherglen complains as to bear or malt customs at, 463; convention assoilzies city from Rutherglen's complaint, 464; markets on Monday prohibited, 478; act as to merchandise, 478.

Market Cross, 43, 46, 48, 75, 76, 93, 102, 147, 148, 213, 302.

Marshall (Marscall, Marescall, Mariscall, Merschell, Mershall), Sir Andrew, canon, 99.
-, —David, 13, 14.
-, —Henry, 12, 13.
-, —John, burgh treasurer, 359.
-, —William, earl, 65, 185, 423.

Mary, Queen of Scots. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Mary, the Virgin. See "St. Mary."

Mason, James, lands of, 94, 102.
-, —John, lands of, 94.

Mason, Patown, lands of, 43.
-, — Patrick, 48.

Masons, John Stewart, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Mauchane, Alexander, 165.

Mauchaneschyre, Lord, 423.

Mauchlin, Lord of, 403, 423.

Mauchlinhall, lands of, 334.

Maxwell (Makeswell, Maxuell), John of, sheriff of Roxburgh, 12, 13.
-, —John, councillor, 359, 363.
-, —Patrick, deacon-convener, 303, 308, 309.
-, —William, 162.

Mayne, Michael, 299.

Meal market. See "Markets."

Mearns (Mernys), Martin Rede, vicar of, 96.

Medicine, professors of. See "Surgeons."

Meikle Wynd, 436.

Meikle Cowcaldenis. See "Cowcaddens."

Meikle Dryburgh. See "Dryburgh."

Meikle Govan. See "Govan."

Melrose (Melross, Maylors), abbey of St. Mary of, bishop of Glasgow grants building site in burgh to, 5, 429.
-, —abbots of, Andrew, confessor and treasurer, 31, 36; Richard, 65.

Melville (Melvill, Maleuill), Philip of, justiciar, 15.
-, — Sir Robert, of Murdocarnie, knight, 277.

Merchants, and craftsmen disagree as to guildry, 457; council to be chosen from, and crafts, 462; James VI. directs orders for equality of merchants and crafts to be adhered to, 468; decree of merchants and skippers, against Dumbarton, 464; ship of, sunk in Clyde, others taken for public service, 484, compensation, 484. See "Guildry."

Merchingstoun, Archibald, Lord Napier, of, 328.

Methven (Methuen), Lord. See "Lennox."

Meyners, Robert of, chamberlain, 16.

Michaelson, Henry, 26.

Michel Rob, 69.

Michelson, Sir John, burgh clerk, 70.

Midhope, Sir Alexander Drummond of, 279.

Mills, liberty to build one on the Molendinar, 25, 433; freedom of city to thirl, and astrict burgesses, confirmed by Charles I., 381, 475; indwellers astricted to burgh mills, 388; mill on Kelvin excambed to city by Archibald Lyon for common mill, 446; rental bearing city to be rentalled in Kelvin mill, 452; charter by Walter, commendator of Blantyre, of Kelvin mill and Schilhill to city (1588), 452; sasine thereon, 452; similar charter (1591), 453; sasine thereon, 454; Kelvin mill confirmed by James VI. to city, 456, and by bishop, 462.

Mill called Quheitmylne (wheatmylne), 217, 229, 233.
-, —see also "Subdean Mills."

Millar, Robert, city customer, 165.

Ministers. See "Clergy."

Ministry. See "Churches."

Ministry and Hospitality of Glasgow, called Queen Mary's Incorporation of the. See "Churches."

Minorites. See "Friars."

Mithyngby, Robert of, charter by, of his lands in town to Reginald Irewyn, 17, 432; Agnes, his daughter and heiress, and Walter, his brother, consent, 18.

Modervale. See "Motherwell."

Moffat (Moffett), David Gardner, vicar of, 96; W. Wheitfurd of, 294, 324.

Molens, 217, 229, 233.

Molendinar (Malyndoner) Burn, liberty to Glasgow to build mill on, 25, 433.

Monchrieff (Monchryfe) lands of, 207.

Monfode (Monfoid), John of, sergeant, 67, 68, 69.

Monkland Church, 176; Duke of Hamilton's patronage of, 488.

Monteith (Mynteth, Montetht, Mentetht, Menteth), Earls of, Gilchrist, 4; Walter Cumin (Comyn), 14, 15.
-, —John, lands of, 95, 102, 103.
-, —Robert, lands of, 46, 48, 49.
-, —Thomas, 50, 71, 75.

Montgomery (Mungumbrie, Montgumbrie), lands of Lord of, 47.
-, — Robert of, 5.

Monymaill, lands of, 277; kirk patronage of, 277.

Monypenny, William Lord, 57.

Moor of Glasgow. See "Gallowmure."

Morrison (Moresoun, Morisoun, Morsoun), John, 146, 148.

Morrison, Sir John, chaplain, 109,
-, — Thomas, councillor, 303, 309, 359, 363.

Mortimer, Roger of (de Mortuo Mari), 9, 10.

Morton, Earls of: James, regent, 162, 169, 173; discharges community from passing on assizes except in city crimes, 167, 446, 186, 447; patron of four bursaries in university, 181.
-, —William, treasurer, 328.

Moruill, Richard of, constable, 4.

Motherwell (Modervale, Moderuille), Sir John, vicar of Eastwood, lands of, 48.
-, — John, bailie of Renfrew, 248.

Motland Croft, 2 riggs in, 102.

Mowbray (Mubray), Philip of, 7.

Muir, Thomas, bailie (?), 462.

Muirhead (Murehed, Muirheid), John, rector of Stobo, appoints magistrates patrons of chaplainry in St. Roche's Church, 97, 439.
-, — Richard, dean, 87.

Mukdawis, 217 ( = Mukracois, 229, 233?).

Mukracois ( = Mukdawis, 217?), 229, 233.

Multures. See "Mills."

Mure, George, councillor, 359, 363.
-, — John, bailie, 120.
-, —Friar John, 77.
-, — Robert, wright, burgess, 363.
-, — William, burgess, 299.

Murehouse (Murrous, Murrows), laird of, lands of, 46, 47; 6 acres meadow on Dowhill, 94.

Murray, Alexander Dunbar, dean of, 164.
-, — David of, of Tullybardyn, knight, 36.
-, — James, earl of (regent), 137, 138.

Musselburgh, lands and lordship of, 196.
-, — Alexander Bothwell, vicar of, 77.

Mutalcroft (Mvthalecroft), lands in, 47, 76.

Mylne, Andrew, councillor, 303, 309.

Mynto. See family of, under "Stewart."

Naismith (Nesmeth), Gawane, 397.

Napier (Napare, Napar), Archibald, lord, of Merchingstoun, 328.
-, — Robert, of Auchindwnanzie, 308.

National covenant, breach of, 399.

Neilson (Neilsoune, Nielson, Neilsone), James, notary, 77.
-, — John, land of, 47.
-, — John, the dempster, 70.
-, — William, councillor, 359, 363.
-, — William, elder, councillor, 303, 309.
-, — William, younger, visitor of maltmen, 303, 310.

Nether Carmyld. See "Carmyld."

Nether Coutstoun. See "Coutstoun."

Nether Newton. See "Newton."

Nethertoun of Hammiltoun. See "Hammiltoun."

Newbotle (Neubotle), lands and baronies of, 195.
-, — Hugh, abbot of, 5.

New augmentations, 259, 419.

New Heavin, chaplainry of St. James at, 206.

Newhous, lands of rector of Torrence, in, 334, 335.

Newlandis, John Laing, rector of, 57.

Newmarket (Newmerkate, Newmercat), 375, 395, 414.

Newtoun, land of, 205.
-, — Ninian Stewart, portioner of, 313.
-, — William Andersone, portioner of, 358.

Newtoun, Over and Nether, 217, 229, 232.

New-wark, roadstead of, 384, 386, 476; place for transportation of Glasgow herring, 478.

Nicolas Linnagehauch, 216, 229, 232.

Nicholas V., Pope, 31.

Nicoll, John, elder, writer to the signet, 368.
-, — John, notary, 474.

Nisbet (Nesbitt, Neisbit), Gawin, deacon-convener, 359, 363.
-, — Gawin, councillor, 397.
-, — William (Tarboltone), 294, 324, 363.

Nonehome, land of, 206.

Noneland, land of, 206.

Normont, Thomas, 145, 162.

North Berwick, patrimony of, 207; abbey, kirk, and cloister of, 207; Lawmedo, 207; milnes of Kynkeyth, crofts, &c., on south side of, 207; part of, callit Nungait, 207; Clairtie Burn, 207.

Northberwicklaw, lands of the heuch of, 207.

North Isles. See "Isles."

Nuddrie Forrester, 218, 230, 234, 261, 265, 268.

Nungait. See "North Berwick."

Nuttishill, John, 71.

Oatlands (Oattis), 364, 374, 381.

Ogilvie, James, councillor, 359.

Oliphant (Olifant), Alan, tenement of, 76.
-, — John, lands of, 76.
-, — Laurence, lord, 87.

Olyfard (Olifard), Walter, justiciar of Lothian, 11, 14, 15.

Oliver (Oliuer), Andrew, sergeant, 96.

Olyfawntys, Johne, lands of, 43.

Orbiestoun, John Hamilton of, justiciary clerk, 423.

Ordinaries spiritual. See "Scotland."

Orkney, bishops of, William, keeper of privy seal, 57, 64.
-, — Adam, 164, commendator of Holyrood monastery, 185; John Bothwell, his son, 196.

Otterburne (Ottirburn), Andrew, sergeant, 96, 103.
-, — Sir Richard, chaplain, 112.

Over Carmyld. See "Carmyld."

Over Coutstoun. See "Coutstoun."

Over Kenmure. See "Kenmure."

Over Newton. See "Newton."

Over Port, 214, 451.

Padie, James, councillor, 359, 363.
-, — John, councillor, 303, 308, 309.

Paduinan, Hugh of, 5.

Paisley, abbot's lands, 76.
-, — temporalitie of, 196.

Palmer, Alexander, one of the prepositi of Glasgow, 19.

Palyhard Croft (Palyartcroft), lands in, 43.

Parliament of Scotland, prohibits exports, 442, and exactions at Lochfine, 442; appoints justices for Clyde and tributaries, 449; annexes the temporalities of benefices, 192, 450; ratifies university charters, 211, 451; grants commission as to Greyfriars' Wynd, 213, 451; grants Earl of Lennox the superiority of the temporality, 454; ratifies foundation by city of College Kirk revenue for support of ministry, 242, 454; commission by, as to burgh markets, 243, 455; appoints register of sasines to be kept for barony of Glasgow and sheriffdom of Renfrew, 457, 458, 467; ratifies Archbishop James' restitution to his benefices and dignities, 250, 458; act (draft) giving city the election of its magistrates, 271, 461; act anent the restitution of the estates of bishops, 272, 461; ratifies charter by James VI., confirming rights of burgh, 284, 465, and confirmation by Charles I. to university, 347, 473; ratifies city charters, 351, 473; confirms act of assembly declaring episcopacy unlawful, 400, 479; act as to market days, 401, 479; allows the magistrates to hold courts, notwithstanding sitting of parliament, 480; empowers the burgh to elect its magistrates, 410, 480; annexes all bishopric superiorities to Crown, 411, 480; confirms charter by Charles I., of several rights to city, 413, 481, and his mortification of the archbishopric and other teinds to city, 415, 481; confirms charter to James, Duke of Lennox, 481; protestations in, saving several rights, 481– 483; act as to expense of fitting out ships against Irish and Dunkirk frigates, 483; act as to burgh's proportion of price of arms, 483; fixes market-day, 416, 484; appoints committee of war, 484; fixes number of men to be maintained by burgh for war against Irish rebels, 484; compensates owners for loss of ships in public service, 484; appoints a garrison to be stationed in burgh, 484, and magazines, 484; fixes burgh's contribution to forces, 484; appoints the magistrates to be on committee of war, 485, 488; orders Glasgow to provide oatmeal for garrison, 485; remit by, as to money addebted to burgh, 485; act on ineligibility of magistrates under kirk censure, 485; acts on election of magistrates, 485, 486, 489; liberates James Bell and Colin Campbell from Tolbooth, Edinburgh, 485; acts on garrisons and quarterings, 486; ordains burgh to pay 3000 merks to certain regiments, 486; fixes burgh's contributions to army, 486, 487, 488; remits petition for appointment of commissary, 487; ratifies mortification of teinds by Charles I. to city, 488; protestation in, by Duke of Hamilton, that the mortification should not prejudice his rights, 488; acts as to persons imprisoned in Edinburgh, 488, 489; grants conditional relief of quarterings, 489; remit on government of burgh, 489; repeals acts anent late unlawful engagements (1648), 490.

Parsonage and vicarage, 122, 419–422, 487, 498.

Partick (Parthik, Partik), 128; west syde of, 217, 229, 233; eist syde of, 217, 229, 233; Brewland of, 217, 229, 233; meadow of, 217, 229, 233; mill and mill lands of, 217, 229, 233; Waulkmill of, 217, 229, 223; new and old park of, 217, 229, 233.

Partikzaird, 217, 229, 233.

Patersoun, Archibald, dekin of websters, 303, 308, 310.

Patronage: of churches included in grant of regality to bishop, 30; of almsgift in St. Nicholas' Hospital given to the magistrates, 95; also of chaplainry in St. Roche's Church, 97; patronage in chaplainry exercised, 98; magistrates to be patrons of chaplainry at St. Christopher's altar in High Kirk, 104; presentee to be son of a burgess, 104; magistrates to be patrons of seven chaplainries in Trone Church, 108; of benefices, 219; of Blackfriars' Church, conferred on city, 359, 364, 474, 475; of Trone Church granted to city, 391, 476; confirmed by parliament, 414, 481; patronage of Cathedral Church reserved to Crown, 421, 487, 423, 488; Duke of Hamilton's patronage of subdeanery and kirks of Monkland and Calder, 488; general rights of, confirmed by parliament, 413, 414; magistrates to be patrons of donations (Dalgleish's) to grammar school, 436; of Govan parish vested in university, 470.

Paul, David, 497.

Pedagogy. See "University."

Peebles (Peiblis), 260.

Penny, John, prior of Abirdene, 77, 78.

Perbroth, Lord, 404.

Perth (Pearth), 270, 467, 470, 471; act of pacification made at, 250; articles of, an objection to episcopacy, 398, and rejected by church, 399; corrupt assembly at (1618), annulled, 399.

Perthshire, craves relief from garrison and quarterings, 486.

Petcairn, Schir Robert of, vicar of the choir, 68, 69.

Pettindreich, James Balfoure of, 137.

Philip, canon of Glasgu, 5.

Philip of Valoines, 4.

Pius IV., Pope, 126.

Pluscardin, priory and temporality of, 196.

Pollok, Arthur of, land of, 50.
-, — Peter of, land of, 50.

Polmont, Lord, 423.

Polward (Poluart), Andro, sub-dean, 190, 191.

Porterfield, George, councillor, 359, 397; provost, 485, 486.

Possillis, 217, 229, 233.
-, —Over, Archibald Chyrnsyde of, 493.

Pot of the Rig, roadstead of, 384, 386, 476.

Pottar, William, tenement of, 50.

Pountt, Robert, D.D., 164.

Prepositi. See "Glasgow."

Prestoun, John, of Fentoun Barnis, collectorgeneral, 259, 279.

Privy Council, assoilzies city from suit by archbishop, 121, 442; decerns impost to Dumbarton, 248, 458; prorogates impost to Glasgow, 300, 468; ordaines city to price stuff for French army, 491; ordaines Duke of Chatelherault to resign the bailiary and justiciary to the archbishop, 491; act of, as to the application of annuals, mails, and duties in burghs and friars' lands, 491; orders proof in complaint James Law, bailie, against William Hiegait, burgh clerk, for defamation, 492; appropriates archbishopric fruits to royal household, 492; appoints the inhabitants of Dumbarton to meet the king and queen at Glasgow (1565), 492; ordains the parson to furnish bread and wine to the communion, 492; act of, as to payment of minister, 492, 493; act of, reciting escape of Queen Mary from Lochleven, and ordaining all earls, lords, barons, freeholders, &c., to come to the lord regent at Glasgow, for preservation of the king's person and authority, 493.

Provand (Prouand), 190, 217, 229, 233.
-, —Lord, 164.

Provansyde, 30 acres of land in, granted by James VI. to city, 286, 465.

Provesthauch, 217, 229, 233.

Provost yard, conveyed to city, 493.

Provostry, excepted from restitution to archbishop (1600), 252, 459; competition for, offends James VI., 462.

Popery, 172, 184, 398.

Quheitmylne. See "Mills."

Quhitfurd. See "Whiteford."

Quhitelaw. See "Whitelaw."

Quhite. See "White."

Quhytinsche. See "Whiteinch."

Quhytkirk, or Alhammer. See "Whitekirk."

Quinci (Quenci), Robert of, 4.
-, — Roger of, 13.

Quhittinghame. See "Whittingham."

Raburn, John of, 44.
-, — John, 71.

Rae (Ray), regent in university, 356, 358, 359, 363, 365.

Ramsay, Alexander of Dalwolsy, knight, 36.

Ramshorn (Rammishorne), 217, 229, 232.

Rankelour-nether, James Makgill of, 163, 164, 186.

Rankine (Rankyn, Rankene, Rankeine), John, 71.
-, — Sir John, chaplain, 79.
-, — Quintin, messour, 363.
-, — Walter, meadow in the Palyartcroft of, 76.

Rays, lands of John Logan of, 103.

Reid (Red, Rede), John, 44.
-, — John, prior, St. Andrews, 77, 78.
-, — Martin, vicar of Mearns, 96.
-, — Martin, presbyter of the diocese, 109.
-, — M. A. (Askirk), 324, 363.

Reformation, 146, 273, 492; decay of buildings in Greyfriars' Wynd since the, 213, 451; Archbishop James receives restitution of estates, though he does not recognise reformed religion, 251, 458. See "Church of Scotland."

Regality, James II. erects city, barony, and Bishopforest into, 28, 434; he repeats erection, 36, 434; confirmed by James III., 60, 437; and by James IV., 81, 85; Duke of Chatelherault receives lease of bailieship of, 125, 443 (annexed to the Crown, 192, 450); charter by James VI. to Walter, commendator of Blantyre, of, to be called the lordship of Glasgow, 215, 451; confirmed by James VI., 227, 453; bailiary, justiciary, and escheats of, granted to Ludovic, Duke of Lennox, 253, 459; charter by James VI. to Duke of Lennox of, 258, 460; he and his heirs to be lords of, 261; to hold regality and justiciary courts, 262; to create court officers, 262; lands created a free temporal lordship and free regality, 264; to be called the lordship of Glasgow, 265; Duke of Lennox's bailiary and justiciary reserved from city's right to elect its magistrates, 270, 461; charter by the archbishop to Ludovic, Duke of Lennox, of bailiary and justiciary of, 314, 469; James, Duke of Lennox, served heir to his uncle Ludovic, in bailiary and justiciary of, 470; charter to Ludovic confirmed by Charles I., 325, 471; and his rights excepted from acts of parliament (1) to university, 350, 473, and (2) to city, 354, 473; burgesses alone to have trade of free burgh within, 389; Duke of Lennox's freedoms reserved from charter of Charles I. to city, 394; charter by Charles I. to Duke of Lennox of, 403, 479; dukes to be lords of, 405; jurisdiction, 405; annexed to lordship of Glasgow, 408; charter confirmed by parliament, 481; Sir Walter Stewart protests that his bailiary of, should not be prejudiced by ratification of Glasgow charters, 482; privy council ordaines Duke of Chatelherault to resign bailliary and justiciary to archbishop, 491.

Regiments. See "War."

Register of Sasines. See "Sasines."

Renfrew (Ranfrew, Ranfrow), 169, 173, 225, 227, 248, 249; directed by James II. not to molest or take custom from people going to Glasgow market, 27, 434; being a free burgh, strangers may trade with, 88, 438; decreed to suffer bringing of goods to Glasgow market, 117, 441; prohibited harassing Glasgow trade, 189, 448; James VI. confirms decree as to bringing goods for Glasgow market, 247, 456; magistrates of Renfrew, Glasgow, and Lanark appointed justices for Clyde and tributaries, 449; register of sasines appointed to be kept for Renfrew and barony of Glasgow, 457, 458, 467; liberties of, in Clyde, 458; complains against Glasgow herring-bridgecustoms, 459; with Glasgow and Dumbarton, complains against fishermen of Ayr and Irvine taking fry, 459; with Glasgow and Dumbarton, ordained to keep Clyde clean, 459; Glasgow ordained to cease uplifting the herring tax, 460; Glasgow causeways and bridges impost commuted to, 462; ordained to send commissioners to convention, 468 (173 and 176); decree of double-poinding between and Dumbarton, 478; Glasgow protests that its rights should not be prejudiced by the ratification of charters of, 481; inhabitants of sheriffdom to meet and attend the king and queen at Glasgow (1565), 492.

Renfrew, church of, 176, 348, 349; Andrew Hay, rector of, and of university, 150; J. Hay, rector and minister of, 294, 324, 345, 348, 363; grant of parish church, rectory and vicarage, to university, 334, 472, and the teinds, 336; minister's stipend, 345; John Hay, younger, minister of, 348, 363.

Reryk (Rerykis), Gilbert, archdeacon, tenement of, 67, 70.
-, — William, prior of Edinburgh convent, 77, 78.

Richmond, Earl. See "Lennox."

Riding of marches, 318.

Rig, Pot of the, roadsteads of, 384, 386, 476.

Ritchie (Riche, Richie), James, 145.
-, — John, 128.
-, — Thomas, deacon of cordiners, 303, 308, 310.

Robert I. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Roberton, Sir Alexander, presented to a chaplain in St. Roche's church, 98.

Robertson, Patrick, tenement of, 49.
-, — William, burgh treasurer, 395, 397.

Robison, George, sergeant, 96.

Robinson (Robynsone, Robynsonis), Andrew, lands of, 94.
-, — George, 67.
-, — John, bailie, 66, 67, 68.
-, — Patrick, lands of, 43.

Robrestoun, 217, 229, 233.

Rome, 31, 35, 82.

Ronald's Wynd, 436.

Ross, Henry, bishop of, 65; parson, Glasgow, 492.

Ross, Andrew, tenement of, 93.
-, — John, notary, 452.

Rottenrow (Rattonraw, Raton Raw), tenement in, adjudged to choir, 66, 437; charter by James VI., to city of lands to be called the tenandry of, 284, 465; confirmed by Charles I., 381.

Rowat, John, councillor, 303, 308, 309.
-, — Robert, bailie, 248, 249.
-, — Robert, councillor, 303, 309.
-, — Robert, bailie (?), 462.

Roxburgh (Rokesburgh), 16, 218, 230, 261, 431.
-, — Robert, earl of, keeper of privy seal, 423.

Royal burghs, convention of, continues burgh's petition for aid to kirk, 449; acts on complaint of Lanark, against Glasgow victual and wool customs, 454, 455; requires burgh to confer as to establishment of guildry, 455, 456; deserts matter of guildry, 457; grants license for causeways and bridges impost, 457, and for bridges of Kirkintilloch and Inchberrie, 457; grants license to Dumbarton for impost to preserve it from inundation, 457, but to extend to Leven only, not to Clyde, 458; act on complaint of Renfrew against burgh's herringbridge tax, 459; act on destruction of herring fry, 459; ordains Glasgow, Dumbarton and Renfrew to keep Clyde clean, 459; directs Glasgow to cease levying herring-tax on Renfrew, 460, and to answer Dumbarton's complaint against penny-bridge custom, 460, complaint continued, 461; renews impost to burgh for causeways and bridges, but commuted to Renfrew, 462; ordains burgh to conform trone weights to Lanark's and troy to French, 463; ordains Glasgow, Dumbarton, and Renfrew "to cause pen an article" to parliament for cleansing Clyde, 463; continues Rutherglen's complaint against burgh's bridge and market customs, 463; continues burgh's petition for support in taking away sand in Clyde, 463; assoilzies burgh from Rutherglen's complaint,—bridge custom commuted, 464; orders burgh to repair its causeways, 464; continues burgh's petition for boat and bark custom, 465, and for support to kirk and harbour, 465; grants license for herring-bridge tax, 466; appoints Glasgow and St. Andrews to proceed in elections conform to law, 467; ordains Glasgow and Renfrew to answer Dumbarton's petition for herring-impost, 468; continues complaint by Glasgow fleshers against Dumbarton's customs, 470; complaint withdrawn, 471; decerns the burgh in an unlaw of twenty pounds, 470; unlaw discharged, 471.

Royston, 278, 283, 353, 380.

Ruchhill, 217, 229, 233.

Rude Altar, the, 333.

Rutherglen (Ruglen), prohibited by Alexander II. from taking toll or custom in Glasgow except at Cross of Schedenestun (Shettleston), 12, 431; directed by James II. not to molest or take custom from people going to Glasgow market, 27, 434; tenement in the Southgate of, 50; decreed to let goods be brought to Glasgow market, 117, 441; decree confirmed by James VI., 247, 456; Glasgow entitled to ladleful of every sack of victual brought to market by, 164, 446; charged not to harass Glasgow trade, 189, 448; chaplainry of St. Martin in, 333; complains to convention against Glasgow's bridge and market customs, 463; Glasgow assoilzied,—bridge custom commuted, 464; Glasgow protests that its rights should not be prejudiced by ratification of charter by James VI. to, 483.

Sacraments, administration of, in private places an objection to episcopacy, 398.

St. Andrew, chaplainry of, 333.

St. Andrews, 484, 485; corrupt assemblies at (1617), annulled by general assembly, 399; act of convention as to election of magistrates, &c., 467.
-, — Archdeacons of, William Schewes, 65; Alexander Inglis, 87.
-, — bishopric of, 205, 276, 277.
-, — Bishops and Archbishops—Bishops: David, 15; Robert III. directs bishop to grant charter as to Glasgow market, 24, 433; James, 30.
-, — Archbishops: John, 137; Patrick, 211; George, 276; John, 374, primate and metropolitan of Scotland, 395.
-, — castle and castle yards of, 276.
-, — diocese, Archibald Laying, clerk of, 92; John Begholm, presbyter of, 96.
-, — prior of, John Rede, 77, 78, and keeper of privy seal, 87.
-, — university of, 177.
-, — vicarage and archdeanery of, 276.

St. Andrews, Lord, 314.

St. Ann, the Virgin's mother, 109, 110, 114, 440, 441.
-, — church of. See "St. Mary's."

St. Anthony, preceptory of (Leith), 206.

St. Christopher (Christofor), the martyr; foundation by John Schaw, provost, of chaplainry at altar of, in High Kirk, 101, 440; magistrates to be patrons, 104.

St. Clair (Cler), Robert of, 9, 10, 12.

St. Drymen teinds. See "Teinds."

St. Enoch's, four rigs in croft of, 50.
-, — Wynd and Gate. See "Trongate."

St. James, chaplainry of (Newheavin), 206.
-, — chaplainry of, 333.
-, — palace, 328, 347, 472.

St. John the Baptist, feast of beheading of, 21; of nativity of, 30.

St. John, chaplainry of, 333, 350, 473.

St. John, William Lord, treasurer, 87.

St. Katrin. See "St. Kentigern."

St. Kentigern (Katyrn, Katrin, Quintigern), bishop and confessor, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 23, 80, 126, 429, 430; two acres of land to be applied to lights round tomb of, 25, 433; freedom of, 28, 434; altar of, in cathedral, 44; bell of, 44; foundation by Walter Stewart of Arthurlie, of chaplainry in High Church, at altar of, 45, 435; patron of church, 61; lands of chaplainry of, in Laigh Kirk, 103; ringing of the bell of, 105; chaplainry of, 333; chaplainry of, in Laigh Kirk, 333, 338.

St. Kentigern the Less, chaplainry of, 333.

St. Laurence, chaplainry of, 333.

St. Leonard's, commonty of, 335.

St. Machan, chaplainry of, 333.

St. Martin, 225, 241, 258.
-, — chaplainry of (Rutherglen), 333.

St. Mary the Virgin, 20, 28, 45, 72, 73, 74, 80, 92, 97, 101, 109, 114, 338, 440, 441.

St. Mary's Church. See "Tron Church."

St. Mary's chaplainry, 350, 473.

St. Mary's light in High Kirk. See "Churches."

St. Mary of Maylors (Melrose). See "Melrose."

St. Mungo. See "St. Kentigern."

St. Mungo's Chapel. See "Churches. "

St. Michael the Archangel: new councillors, called bailies, elected at feast of, 119.
-, — Chaplainries of, 333.

St. Nicholas the Confessor, 92.
-, — Chaplainry of, 333.
-, —Hospital of: donation by Martin Wan, chancellor (High Church), of annual rents in almsgift to, 92, 439; magistrates to be patrons, 95; presentee must be native of Glasgow, 95; Bishop Andrew referred to as founder, 96.

St. Ninian's Hospital (Leper-House), granted by Charles I. to the city, 387, 476; confirmed by parliament, 414, 481.

St. Paul, 6, 10, 35, 82, 429.

St. Peter, 6, 10, 35, 82, 429.
-, — chaplainry of, 333.

St. Peter's (Rome), 35.

St. Quintegern. See "St. Kentigern."

St. Roche's Church. See "Churches."

St. Stephen's chaplainry, 333.

St. Thenaw (Thanew), the matron, 103.

St. Thenaw's Chapel, 76.
-, — Church. See "Tron Church."
-, — Gate, Wynd Street. See "Trongate."
-, — land, 50.

St. Thomas, chaplainry of, 333.

Salmon. See "Fish."

Saltmarket. See "Markets."

Salt butter. See "Markets."

Saltpans upon Forth, 401, 479.

Sanders, James, 324.

Sandelandis, John, 362.

Saracen Head Inn, 454.

Sasines, register appointed (1599) by convention of estates, to be kept for barony of Glasgow and sheriffdom of Renfrew, 457, and (1600) by act of parliament, 458, and (1617) by another act, 467.

Schaw (Schawe), James, chaplain, 105, 112.
-, — John of, 44; land of, 47.
-, — John, bailie, 69.
-, — John, provost, foundation by, of chaplainry in High Kirk, 101, 440; Marion Crawfurd, his spouse, consents, 101.
-, — John, sergeant, 96.
-, — William, 79.

Scheildilstoun. See "Shettleston."

Scheillinglaw, Sir Robert Steuart of, 322.

Scherare, David, burgh treasurer, 296, 299; councillor and deacon of coopers, 303, 308, 309.

Shettleston (Schettleston, Schedenestun, Scheildilstoun, Scheddilstoun), 217, 229, 223; Rutherglen prohibited taking toll or custom except at Cross of, 12, 431.

Schewess, William, archdeacon of St. Andrews, 65.

Schilhill. See "Kelvin Mill."

Schools, going to ruin, 149, 150; in grant to university, city reserves right to bestow prebends, on scholars, sons of burgesses, 161; signature of mortification by Charles I. of teinds for support of schools, &c., 480; parliament orders confirmation thereof, 415, 481; exchequer orders new signature, 417, 487; charter by Charles I. of the teinds in signature, 418, 487, 498; confirmed by parliament, 423, 488; school, called the song school, 142.
-, — grammar, instrument as to, 89, 439; patronage and government vested in metropolitan church, 90; without leave of church, no one to keep a, 90; Master David Dron interdicted, 91; grant by city of All-Saints' chaplainry to master of, confirmed, 161; donation by Simon Dalgleish of tenement in Meikle Wynd to, 436; the magistrates to be patrons, 436; Alexander Galbraith, rector of, 436; Robert Huchesoun renounces right to tenement of, 447; excambion between (1) city and schoolmaster, and (2) William Fleming, 472.

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

Scone, 23, 353, 379.
-, — David, Lord, 279.

Scotland, Glasgow exempted from toll throughout, 13, 431, and receives rights of trade throughout, 15, 431; recognition of bishop's devotion to, 22; bishops charged to respect university's immunity from taxes, 58, 436; ordinaries spiritual, not to levy tax on university, 100, 440; Duke of Albany, tutor to James V., governor, 106, 118; James, Earl of Arran, Queen Mary's tutor, governor, 118; subsidies granted by clergy of, to Queen Mary, 122, 443, 123, 124, 443, and 124, 443; temi oralities of benefices annexed to Crown (1587), 192, 450; Archbishop James receives restitution of his benefices for services as ambassador at court of France, 250, 458; restitution of estate of bishops (1606), 272, 461; superiorities of bishopric lands annexed to Crown (1641), 411, 480; rights reserved, 412; markets not to be held on Monday or Saturday throughout, 416; James VI. intimates visit to, 467; act of privy council as to annuals, mails, and duties in burghs and friars' lands, 491.

Scotland, Sovereigns of: William the Lion, 9, 10, 11, 430; charter by, to the bishop of a burgh and market at Glasgow, 3, 429; Earl David, his brother, 4; grants fair yearly for eight days, 6, 429, and his firm peace to fair, 7, 430.
-, — Alexander II., 433; confirms the Lion's grant of burgh and market, 8, 430, and of fair, 9, 430; confirms grant of burgh and market, 11, 430; prohibits Rutherglen from taking toll or custom in Glasgow except at Cross of Schednestun (Shettleston), 12, 430; exempts the bishops (Glasgow) from toll throughout Scotland, 13, 431; charter to bishops of trade in Argyle and Lennox, 14, 431.
-, — Alexander III., 24, 352, 379, 433; grants protection to bishop, his lands, and men, 16, 431; directs Dumbarton not to harass Glasgow trade in Argyle, 17, 431.
-, — Robert I., 352, 379; grant by, to the bishop, of his churches and lands, 21, 432; confirmation by, of burgh and fair, 23, 433, and of right to trade in Argyle, 24, 433.
-, — Robert III., precept by, for charter to city for keeping market on Monday instead of Sunday, 24, 433.
-, — James II., 55, 106, 118, 194, 436; directs Renfrew and Rutherglen not to molest or take custom from people going to market, 27, 434; erects city, barony, and Bishopforest into a regality, 28, 434; university of Glasgow founded by Pope Nicolas V., at suit of, 32, 434; repeats erection of regality, 36, 434; grants university his peace and protection, and exempts it from tributes and services, 37, 435.
-, — James III., 87, 106, 118, 438; confirms university's exemption from taxes, 55, 436; charges bishops to respect university's immunity, 58, 436; confirms erection of regality, 60, 437; Alexander, Duke of Albany, his guardian, 64; ratifies decree against Dumbarton, 71, 437.
-, — James IV., 106, 118; confirms prior grants to bishop, and of new grants, escheat, tron and troners, exemption from custom, 79, 438; orders ships and strangers to trade with free burghs, such as Glasgow, Dumbarton, Renfrew, &c., 87, 438; grants burgh its freedom as formerly, 88, 439; charges ordinaries spiritual not to tax university, 100, 440.
-, — James V., 118; confirms university's exemption from taxes, 106, 440.
-, — Mary, 141, 142, 151, 161, 163, 353, 379; confirms university's exemptions, 118, 442; exempts university from (1) clergy's £10,000 tax, 122, 443, (2) clergy's subsidy of £2000 and future taxes, 123, 443, and (3) clergy's subsidies of £2000 and £2500, 124, 443; founds five bursaries in university, to be called "Bursaris of Queen Mary's Foundation," 129, 444; charter by, to city, of Friars' Kirk livings, for support of ministers and endowment of hospital, to be called "Queen Mary's Foundation of the Ministry and Hospitality of Glasgow," 131, 444; act of privy council as to application of friars' lands, by, 491; privy council appoints inhabitants of Dumbarton and Renfrew to meet and attend the king and queen at Glasgow, 492; bond by the lords and barons of the west country, subscribed in their presence, 492; escape of, from Lochleven, thence to Hamilton, 493.
-, — James VI., 160, 161, 172, 226, 248, 296, 336, 380, 396, 468, 471, 477, 481, 483; privy council ordains earls, lords, barons, &c., to meet the lord regent at Glasgow, for preservation of the king's person and authority, 493; confirms Mary's charter to city, and extends grant to thridds of benefices of cathedral and kirks in city and freedom, 137, 444; grants bridge and Clyde dues on fish to city, 146, 445; confirms charter by city to university, 162, 446; regent (Morton) discharges community from passing on assizes except in city crimes, 167, 446; charter by, to university, of Govan rectory and vicarage, and confirmation of prior grants, 168, 447; exempts city from assizes, 186, 447, and 187, 448; grants peace and protection to university and exemption from taxes, watch and ward, 187, 448; directs Renfrew and Rutherglen not to harass Glasgow trade, 189, 448; confirms archbishop's mortification of trone and fair or market customs to university, 191, 449; annexes temporalities of benefices to Crown, 192, 450; confirms mortification to university of (1) Govan rectory and teinds, (2) the friars' lands, (3) trone customs, and (4) immunity from taxation, 207, 451; charter by, to Walter, commendator of Blantyre, of barony, city, burgh, and regality, 215, 451; confirmed by himself, 227, 453; constitutes magistrates and kirk-session judges under the fornication acts, 245, 455; confirms decree against Rutherglen and Renfrew, 247, 456; charter by, to Duke of Lennox, of the castle and heritable right of electing the magistrates, 252, 459; charter by, to Duke of Lennox, of barony, castle, city, burgh, and regality, 258, 460; gives Glasgow free election of magistrates, 269, 461; draft act of parliament, superscribed by, granting city right to elect magistrates, 271, 461; act of restitution of benefices (1606), 272, 461; confirms prior grants to Glasgow, and erects it a royal burgh, 278, 464; charter by, to city, of tenandry of Rattonraw, 284, 465; letter of gift by, to surgeons and professors of medicine, 453; confirms (1) to George Hutcheson, lands of Lambhill, (2) to Thomas Hill part of lands of Ibrox, (3) to Glasgow, mill on Kelvin, and (4) other feurights, 456; offended, requires Glasgow to elect certain bailies, 462; reference—grant to city of Kelvin mill, 462; nominates three bailies,—council to be elected from merchants and trades, 462; intimates visit to Scotland, 467; confirms charter of trone customs by college to burgh, 467; directs orders for equality of merchants and trades to be adhered to, 468.
-, — Charles I., 361, 410, 411, 413, 416, 482, 483, 487; confirms grant to Lennox of bailliary and justiciary of barony and regality, 325, 471; confirms foundations and rights of university, 328, 472; charter by, to city, of Blackfriars' Kirk and patronage, 364, 475; charter by, confirms rights to city, of new grants rights in Clyde, and erects Glasgow a free royal burgh, &c., 375, 475; his adhesion to reformation, 398, and royal care and tender affection for Kirk of Scotland, 398; his birth and baptism, 398; charter by, to James, Duke of Lennox, of barony and regality, 403, 479; signature of mortification by, of the spirituality of the archbishopric to city, for support of High Kirk and minister, 480; charter by, to city, of teinds in signature, 418, 487, 498.

Scott, Adam, servitor, 294, 298.
-, — Adam, notary, 308, 313, 314.
-, — Alexander, clerk of council, 65.
-, — Alexander, lands of, 102.
-, — John, wife of, 50.
-, — John, of Scottistarvett, director of chancery, 374, 395, 423.
-, — Robert, director of chancery, 211.
-, — Thomas, councillor, 359, 363, 397.

Scottistarvett, John of, 374, 395, 423.

Secret council. See "Privy Council."

Selkirk, 463.

Semple, James, student, 358.
-, — Robert, of Corruith, bailie (Dumbarton), 249.

Service book, pressed on kirk by prelacy, 398; and rejected by assembly, 399.

Seton (Seatoun), Alexander of, 12.
-, — Lord George, 65.
-, — James, of Little Fawside, 322.

Sharpe (Shairpe, Schairpe), David, Kilbride, 294; rector of Kilbride and Torrence, 345, and chanter of Glasgow, 348.
-, — David, precentor, 324.
-, — James, university regent, 296.
-, — J., precentor, 363.
-, — T., archidicanus, 324.

Sheillis, John, councillor, 359, 397.

Ships, fitted out against Irish and Dunkirk frigates, 483; sunk in Clyde to blockade king's passage to Dumbarton, 484; taken for public service and wrecked, 484; indemnification, 484; given by Marquiss of Argyle to Glasgow merchants, 484.

Shoemakers. See "Cordiners."

Sinclair (Synclare), Henry, dean, 122.

Sixtus IV., Pope, 71.

Skellinghome, land of, 205.

Skippers. See "Merchants."

Skyre Thursday (Skyrfurisdaye), 148, 386.

Smaley (Smalley), Oliver and Richard, prepositi of Glasgow, 20, 432.
-, — Richard, 19.

Smyth, Andrew, lands of, 102, 103.
-, — Gabriel, councillor, 303, 308, 309.
-, — Robert, 103.
-, — John, vicar of Campsy, 96.
-, — William, bailie, 96.
-, — William, burgess, 99.

Soldiers. See "War."

Sommerville (Somyruille, Sommerweil, Sommeruill), William, burgh clerk of Renfrew, 249;
-, — William, lord, 31, 36.

Southesk, Earl of, remit to in double-poinding between Dumbarton and Argyle, 479.

Southgate (Ruglen), tenement in, 50.

Sovereigns. See under "Scotland."

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

Spere, David, tenement of, 75.

Spirituality. See "Bishopric."

Spot (Sir James Douglas of), 248.

Spreull, David, land of, 46.

Spring-well at Gallowgate Burn, 494.

Staikfurde, land of, 205.

Stanford, Adam, 4.

Stewart (Steuart, Steuard, Steward, Stewerd), Andrew, archdeacon of Whithorn, 93.

Stewart, Sir Andrew, of Vchiltrie, 218, 231.
-, — Esme, Lord Aubigine, 255.
-, — James (Campsie), 294.
-, — James, provost (1619), 302, 308, 309.
-, — James, provost, liberated from Edinburgh Tolbooth (1648), 489.
-, — James, bailie, 66, 67, 68.
-, — James, councillor, 303, 308, 309.
-, — Jamy, 44.
-, — John, bailie, 26.
-, — John, first provost of Glasgow (1454), 43, 435.
-, — John, provost (1477), 66, 68, 69.
-, — John, land of, 48, 49, 50, 94.
-, — John, burgess, 299.
-, — John, deacon of masons, 303, 308, 310.
-, — John, 148.
-, — John, of Boigtoun, 120.
-, — John, of Mynto, knight, provost (1508, 1570–2), 97, 145, 148, 149, 161.
-, — Lennox family. See "Lennox."
-, — Matthew, of Cassiltoun, land of, 48.
-, — Matthew, clerk, 99.
-, — Sir Matthew, of Mynto, knight, provost, 249.
-, — Ninian, portioner of Newtown, 313.
-, — Robert, of Mynto, provost, 108, 109, 113, 441.
-, — Sir Robert, of Scheillinglaw, knight, 322.
-, — Walter, of Arthurle, foundation by, of chaplinary at altar of St. Kentigern, 45, 435.
-, — Sir Walter, of Mynto, knight, 321; Dame Christiane Crawfurd, his wife, 302, 307, 309; conveys sub-dean mills, multures, &c., to city, 302, 468; charter thereof by him to city, 309, 469; wadsets sub-dean mill feu-duty to city, 477; protests that ratification of city charters should not prejudice his rights in bailliary of regality, 482.
-, — Sir William, 218, 231.
-, — William, councillor, 359, 363, 397.
-, — William, land of, 47, 93.
-, — William, canon, founds chantry at altar of Friars Preachers' church, 72, 438, and 78, 438.
-, — William, bailie, 303, 309.

Stewartry. See "Barony" and "Regality."

Stirling (Striuelin, Striuilyng, Streueling, Sterueling, Striueling, Striuilyng, Streueling, Stirveling), 37, 38, 106, 118, 124, 146, 148, 186, 187, 188, 248, 270, 401, 464; Alexander, sheriff of, 7; Thomas of, chancellor, 13.
-, — Henry, student, 363.
-, — Walter, councillor, 303, 309, 359, 363.
-, — William, earl of, 374, 395.

Stobcross (Stobcors), 217, 229, 232; John Anderson, younger of, 297, 299.

Stobo, Earl of Lauderdale's infeftment of, excepted from annexation to Crown (1641), 412; Thomas Muirhead, rector of, 97, 439; Archibald Colquhoune, person of, 191; C. Hogg of, 324.
-, — barony of, 83, 218, 230, 260, 265, 267.
-, — benefice of, 122.

Stocholme, lands of, 206.

Strang, John (Govan), 324, 363.
-, — Dr. John, principal of university, 356, 357, 358, 359.
-, — Richard, 165, 166.

Sub-deanery and deanery, reserved from annexation to Crown, 412, 481; Duke of Hamilton's patronage and tacks of, 488.

Sub-dean lands, outside Rottenrow, in Deansyde, in Crubbis, in Provansyde, granted by James VI. to city, 284, 465.

See "Westercraigs."
-, — mills, two corn mylnes and man mylne, called the, conveyed by Sir Walter Stewart to city, 302, 468; lands of Easter and Wester Craigs thirled to, 303; charter of mills by Sir Walter to city, 309, 469; sasine thereon, 469; Sir Walter wadsets his feu-duty to city, 477.

Sub-deans. See "Clergy."

Subsidies. See "Scotland."

Superiorities (bishopric) annexed to Crown (1641) 411, 480.

Surgeons and professors of medicine, James VI. grants them power to license, 453.

Symon, Archdeacon, 5.

Symple, Gabriel, of Craigbait, 128.

Tailors (Tailyouris, Tailyeouris), Thomas Gray, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Tarbolton (Torboltone, Torboltoune), 294, 324, 363.
-, — Lord. See "Lennox."

Tarbrax, George Lokhart of, 487.

Tarrauchtie, land of, 205.

Taxes, for minister's stipend, 492. See "Customs."

Teinds, 201, 202; signature of mortification by Charles I. to city of teinds of the archbishopric and St. Drymen, Driffisdale, Camsnethan, and Traquair, 480; parliament orders confirmation thereof, 415, 481; exchequer orders new signature, 417, 487; charter by Charles I. of these teinds to city, 418, 487, 498; confirmed by parliament, 423, 488.

Temple, James, bailie, 248, 249.

Temporality of benefices annexed to Crown (1587), 192, 450. See "Bishopric."

Tenent, John (Balarnoke), 294.

Terbart, John, lands of, 103.

Terrinzean (Tellinzean), Lord of, 403, 423.

Theobalds, 468.

Thirlstane, Sir John Maitland of, knight, chancellor, 210, 216.
-, — Lord John, chancellor, 230, 231.

Thomas, doorward to Alexander II., 9, 10.

Thomson (Thomsoun, Thomesone, Thomsone), Sir James, chaplain, 77.
-, —John, burgh clerk, 294, 298, 299, 308, 313, 314, 466, 467, 469, 493.

Thornton, John of, clerk of diocese, 92.

Timber. See "Markets."

Tolbooth (Tolbuth, Tobuyth), 66, 67, 68, 69, 97, 99, 109, 113, 120, 127, 136; expense of burgh building, 351, 376, 473, 475.

Tolls. See "Customs."

Toller, Hugh, 19.
-, — Nicol, 19.

Torphechin, lordship of, 195.

Torrence, church of, annexed to university, 334, 346; annexation confirmed by parliament, 347.

Towcross (Towcors), James Corbet of, 314.

Trade, burgh rights of, in Argyle and Lennox, 14, 431; harassed by Dumbarton Castle, held against king, 146; grants of, in Clyde, 280, 390; rights of home and foreign granted by Charles I., 384, 476; burgesses only to trade within freedom, 389; bread, ale, and aqua vitæ exportable to the Isles for barter, 442.

Trades. See "Crafts."

Traquair (Trauequer, Troqueir, Traqueir, Traquer), 4, 429.
-, — lands of, 206.
-, — teinds of. See "Teinds."
-, — John of, 26.
-, — John, earl of, lord high treasurer, &c., 368, 378; commissioner of general assembly, 397.

Trinsche, John, sergeant, 112.

Trochrig, Robert Boyd of, principal of university, 296.

Tron, James IV. grants leave to have tron and troner of customs, and clerk of cokket (1489), 83, 439; goods to be there troned and customed, 84; bishop to enjoy customs, 84; cokkets to free goods from customs throughout kingdom, 84; customs leased by bishop to Matthew Boyd, 447; customs mortified by archbishop to university, 189, 448; mortification confirmed by James VI., 191, 209, 449, 451; confirmed by parliament, 211, 451; Archibald Hamilton, tacksman of, dispossessed by archbishop, 449; Gavin, his son, reinstated, 449, prevents university from uplifting customs, 449; signet letters for entering university to customs, 449; magistrates to hold them pending judgment, 449; Gavin Hamilton, Allan Herbertson, and Matthew Boyd decreed to cease uplifting customs, 450; Matthew Boyd assigns his lease to Gavin Hamilton, 450; tack of casualties by university to Alexander Hamilton of Haggs, 456; he assigns to his son John, 457; trone weights to be conformed to Lanark's, and troy to French, 463 (145 and 148); customs leased by archbishop to city, 465; charter by archbishop to city of duties and customs of, 291, 466; he undertakes to get university's ratification thereof, 295, 466; charter by university to city of duties and customs, 466; sasine thereon, 296, 467; charter by university confirmed by James VI., 467; customs confirmed to university by Charles I., 338; archbishop's rights to metts and measures of, reserved from act to college, 351, 473; city's rights in customs confirmed by parliament, 353; dues and customs granted by Charles I. to city, 387; archbishop confirms mortification of customs to university, 471.

Tron Church. See "Churches."

Trongate (Troingait, Trongait, St. Thenaw's Gate), 48, 75, 107, 108, 109, 110, 114, 120, 140, 142, 377, 392, 414, 440, 445, 493, 497.

Trumble, Matthew, councillor, 303, 308, 309.

Tullibardyn (Tullybardyn), David of Murray of, knight, 36.

Tullibodie (Tullibodye), Lord Alexander of, secretary, 374, 395.

Tullo, Elizabeth, 494.

Tullois, lands of, 196.

Turnbull, Mathhew, bailie (?), 462.
-, — William, bishop. See "Clergy."

Tyndal, Peter of, lands of, 18.

Unfreemen, bridge herring tax on, 466.

University, 371, founded (1450) by bull of Pope Nicholas V., 31, 434, at suit of James II., 32, after model of university of Bologna, 34; bishops to be rectors, called chancellors, 34; James II. grants peace and protection to, and exempts from tributes and services, 37, 435; charter by bishop, of jurisdiction and exemption from tributes and services, to, 39, 435; grant by bishop of jurisdiction to, 53, 436, James III. confirms exemption from tributes and services, 55, 436; he charges bishops to respect its immunities, 58, 436; with magistrates, to be conservators of friars preachers' chantry, 76, 438; David Dwne, presbyter, interdicted from keeping grammar school in, 90, 91; David Cunynghame, rector of, 91; James IV. charges ordinaries spiritual not to levy tax on, 100, 440; exemptions confirmed by James V., 106, 440, and by Mary, 118, 442; exempted by her from (1) the clergy's £10,000 tax, 122, 443, (2) clergy's subsidy of £2000, and future taxes, 123, 443; Archibald Betone, chantor of Aberdeen, rector of, 123; Mary discharges from clergy's subsidies of £2000 and £2500, 124, 443; foundation by her of bursaries, and grant of land, to be called "Bursouris of Queen Mary's Foundation," 129, 444; charter by city to, of kirk-livings granted by Queen Mary, to maintain professors and poor students, 149, 445; principal receives vicarage of Colmonell for salary or honorarium, and 20 merks college rents, 154; James VI. confirms Mary's charter, 162, 446; charter by James VI. to, of rectory and vicarage of Govan, to maintain a principal, three regents, a steward, four poor students, principal's servant, a cook, and janitor, 168, 447; charge of Govan church committed to principal, 177; his salary, 178; James VI. grants peace and protection to and confirms exemptions, 187, 448; mortification by archbishop (the chancellor) of tron and fair or market customs to, 189, 448; confirmed by James VI., 191, 449; Matthew Boyd decreed to pay small customs of Glasgow to, in preference to archbishop, 449; prevented by Gavin Hamilton from uplifting trone customs, 449; signet letters for entering university to the customs, 449; magistrates to hold them pending judgment, 449–450; decree in favour of, 450; charter by James VI. to, confirming grants of (1) Govan vicarage, (2) friars' kirk lands, (3) trone customs, and (4) immunities, 207, 451; also confirmed by parliament, 211, 451; rents and duties excepted from restitution to archbishop, 252; reference to foundation by magistrates of bursaries from College Kirk revenue, 242, being misapplied on richest men's sons, revenue diverted, 242; leases trone casualties to Alexander Hamilton, of Haggs, 456; he assigns tack to his son John, 457; archbishop undertakes to get university's ratification of his charter to city of trone duties, 295, 466; charter by, to city of trone customs and duties, 466; charter by archbishop, confirming the mortification of tron and fair or market costoms, to. 471; sasine thereon, 471; archbishop confirms immunities of, 322, 471; charter of confirmation and novodamus by Charles I. of all the foundations, mortifications, donations, &c., granted to, 328, 472, with the churches of Govan, Renfrew, Kilbride and Torrence, Dalziel, and Colmonell, and teinds thereof, 333, 472; precept of sasine thereon, 472; sasine thereon, 472; confirmed by parliament, 347, 473; rights of, reserved in act of parliament to city, 355, 473; disposition by, to city of Blackfriars' Kirk, 356, 474; seat reserved to, 357, 473; the archbishop, city, and university resign Blackfriars' Kirk to Crown, 359, 474; bond by city undertaking that the signature for Charles I.'s charter (1636) should not be prejudicial to, 395, 477; charge of Govan parish separated from office of principal, 470; protests that charter and mortification of teinds by Charles I. to city should not prejudice rights of, 482.

Valoines, Philip of, 4.

Vcdreth, Rolland, son of, 7.

Vennel (the common), 50.

Vicarage of Glasgow, 122, 419–422, 487, 498.

Vicars. See "Clergy."

Vicars' Alley, 335.

Victual customs. See "Customs."

Vipont, William of (de Veteri Ponte), 4.

Virgin Mary. See "St. Mary."

Wadd, Thomas, tenement of, 93.

Walker, John, sergeant, 112.

Walkinschaw, Patrik, sub-dean, 294.

Wallace (Walles), Adam, 127, 145.
-, — Adam, bailie, 149, 161.
-, — Archibald, bailie, 148.
-, — Laurence, burgess (Edinburgh), 77.
-, — William, schoolmaster, 472.

Walter, lord feu-farmer. See "Blantyre, Walter, commendator of."

Walter, bishop's clerk, 5.

Waltargat. See "King Street."

Wan, Martin, chancellor of metropolitan church, 89, 90, 91; donation by, of annual rents to St. Nicholas' Hospital, 92, 439.
-, — Thomas, tenement of, 47.

Wappinschawingis, 204.

War, inhabitants impoverished by, 146; Dumbarton Castle held against king, 146; advance for arms and ammunition, 483; committee of, in presbytery, 484; men to be maintained for war against Irish rebels, 484; ship sunk in Clyde to blockade king's passage to Dumbarton, 484; ships taken for public service, 484; compensation, 484; garrison of foot and troop of horse to be stationed in burgh, 484; magazines, 484; contribution for maintenance of the forces, 484; magistrates to be put on committee of, for Lanarkshire, 485, 488; burgh to provide oatmeal for garrison and forces, 485; petition for relief of garrison and quartering, 486; burgh to provide quartering, 486; burgh to pay 3000 merks to officers of regiments of Earl of Cassillis and General Baillie, 486; contributions of burgh for disbanding army, 486, 487; contribution for maintenance of army, 487, 488; liberation from incarceration for obedience to levy-acts, 488; petitioners to be eased of quarterings on compliance with levy-acts, 489; acts against unlawful engagements repealed, (1648), 490; privy council ordaines city to price stuff for French army, 491.

Wards, the eight of Glasgow, 489.

Watch and ward, university exempt from, 187.

Water bailie. See "Clyde."

Watson (Watsone, Watsoun), Archibald, burgess, 99.
-, — James, land of, 5.
-, — R. (Cardross), 324, 363.
-, — or Cragane, William, lands of, 94.
-, — William, deacon of fleshers, 303, 308, 310.

Watt, William, 145.

Waulk Mill. See "Partick."

Weavers (Websters, Wobsteris, Wabsteris), Archibald Patersoun, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Weischaw. See "Wishaw."

Well (spring) at Gallowgate Burn, 494.

Wemyss (Weimis, Weymes, Wemis), David, minister, 190.
-, — William, merchant, 296.
-, — William, councillor, 303, 308, 309.

Weir, John, student, 363.

Werneburc, Robert, son of, 7.

West country, bond subscribed by the lords and barons of, in presence of the king and queen at Glasgow (1565), 492.

West port, ground at, disponed to city, 493, 495; tenement bewest of, mortified to Hutchesons' Hospital, 496, and a barn without the, 496.

West Seas, trade in, 442; foreign trade in, 226, 452.

Wester Craigis (or lands of the sub-deans), 111, 441; multures of, thirled to sub-dean mylnes, 303, 304, 310, 469.

See "Sub-dean."

Westscheill, 216, 228, 232.

Wetche, Frederick, servitor, 322.

Wheatmilne. See "Quheitmylne."

White (Quhite), Maurice, 94.

Whiteford (Quhitfurd, Wheitfurd), John, land of, 50.

Whiteford, W. (Moffet), 294, 324.

Whiteinch, 233, 239.

Whitehall, 463, 467.

Whitekirk (Quhytkirk) or Alhammer, barony of, 195.

Whitelaw (Quhitelaw), Archibald, sub-dean, secretary, 57.

Whithorn, Andrew Stewart, archdeacon of, 93.

Whittingham (Quhittinghame), William Douglas of, 164.

Wigton (Wigtoun), being a free burgh, strangers may trade with, 88, 438.

Wilkie, William, regent in university, 356, 358, 359, 363, 365.

Wilkine, R. (Douglas), 294.

William, bishop's clerk, 5.

William the Lion. See "Scotland, Sovereigns of."

Wilson (Wilsoun, Wilsoune), James, bailie, 109, 113.
-, — John, 127, 162.
-, — Matthew, 162.
-, — William, bailie, 395, 397.

Windehege, 217, 229, 233.

Winning, Robert, cordiner, 494.
-, — Robert, conveys property in High Street to city, 494.

Wishart (Wischart, Wyshard, Wischard), John, 50, 71.
-, — Patrick, vicar of Cupar, 96.
-, — Thomas, land of, 49.

Wishaw (Weischaw), Archibald, 71.
-, — Patrick, 96.

Wodderop, John, 162.

Wodesyde, 217, 229, 233.

Wool Customs. See "Customs."

Wrights (Wrichtis), James Allansoun, deacon of, 303, 308, 310.

Wynd Heid, magistrates commissioned to remove beir and malt market to Wyndheid, and the saltmarket, thence to old station, 243, 455.

Wyly, Rob, 44.

Wynter (Wyntir), David, land of, 76.
-, — Thomas, bailie, 26.

Yair. see "Fish."

Yair (Year), William, servitor, 308, 363.
-, — William, notary, 358.
-, — William, 397.

Young (Yong) George, regent in university, 356, 358, 359, 363, 365.
-, — Luke, land of, 46, 49.

Youngar, John, in Partick, 128.