Index to records

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1881

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'Index to records', Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow vol. 2: 1630-1662 (1881), pp. 571-592. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47757 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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INDEX. (Pp. 1–498 and 555–67.)

Accounts, 499–552. See Town's Debt; also Communality.

Acts of Parliament, book containing, 391.

Advocate, town's, appointment of, 92; herring sent to, 303, 352.

Aikines well, 487.

Ale, liberty to brew and sell, 318. See Prices.

Almanac for the town, 469.

Almshouses, donation to two, 312.

Ammunition, magazine for, 90, 181; inventory of, in tolbooth, 142.

Anderson, George, printer, 126; Andrew, printer, 348, 463, 469.

Animals, accident to, 474.

Annualrents. See Feu-duties.

Apothecary, 303. See Surgeons.

Apprentices joining levy, to be freemen, 190. See Crafts.

Aquavitæ Box, 424.

Aquavitæ, liberty to sell, 318; gift of, to a friend, 352; excise of, 364, 397, 421, 435.

Archbishop of Glasgow, tack duty payable to. See Common Good, set of.

Archbishopric, gift of spirituality of, 128.

Argyle, Marquis of, meal sent to, 73; entertainment of troopers that came with, 76; annualrents due by, 219; sharp letter to be sent to, 253, 254; summons against, 265; application anent money due by, 352, 442; meeting of creditors of, 494.

Arms, inhabitants to be exercised in, and ready with, 61, 72; King's proclamation as to, 62; purchase of, 66, 71, 74, 93, 96, 97, 156, 161, 181, 188, 190, 193; lent, to be returned, 92; repair and dressing of, 93, 95, 130, 188; inhabitants to assemble with, 142; money got for sale of, 147; new magazine for, 181; charge of, 196; money received from burgesses to buy, 492, 493. See Burgesses.

Arms, Town's, 398.

Army, enrolment of names for town's company to be sent to, 64; captain appointed, 64; captain replaced during sickness, 75; runaways to be sent back to, 143; public provision of, 192; money and supplies given for, 210. See Soldiers.

Assembly, General, commissioners appointed to, 93, 235; report of commissioners to, 237.

Association of forces of shires of Ayr, Lanark, Galloway, and Renfrew, town willing to join, 153; commissioners to treat as to, 155, 157, 192; overtures anent, agreed to, 192; relief of young men who were upon, 210.

Avondale Castle. See Writs.

Ayr, letter from, as to pirates, 5; contraversy between Irvine and, 266, 292; horses sent to, 286; complaint against, 353.

Bailies, reviling, 339, 385. See Elections; also Magistrates.

Banishment, 462, 482.

Bannockburn men, 77.

Barbadoes, relief from slavery in, 283.

Barony Parish. See Teinds.

Barrasyet, bridge at, 422, 426, 431.

Barrels to be of full gauge, 225, 238.

Barrowfield, 152.

Baxter, petition of, from Edinburgh, 425.

Baxters, mill dam of, 289, 339, 340; acts as to insufficiency of bread baked by, 323, 330, 337, 352; mail of house for, who came from Edinburgh, 355; measures used by, 374; annexation of mill of, to burgh, 465.

Beadles. See Kirks.

Bear. See Prices.

Beggars, expulsion of, 181, 399, 457; keeping of, off the streets, 482, 483.

Bell purchased, 1, 2, 5.

Bell, skellet, 315, 436.

Bibles belonging to kirks, 449.

Bibliothecarius. See College.

Bishop, wine given to, 23; improbation by, 40; questions between, and town, 42; restoration of, 468; home coming of, 484; dealing with, 498.

Bishopric, gift of spirituality of, 54.

Bishops bridge, 6.

Blacharne, march stones between towns lands and, 377.

Blackburn Water, donation for bridge over, 11.

Blackfriars. See Kirks.

Blair's preaching, 462.

Bohemia, distressed protestants in, 452, 463.

Bonds, summons for payment of, 265.

Bookbinders, supplication of, 216, 217.

Book called God and the King lent to College, 21.

Book dedicated to the magistrates, 483.

Books, money given to minister's son to purchase, 26.

Books of Drilling. See Drilling.

Borrowstouness, contribution to, 416, 453, 463; opposing, to be a burgh royal, 494.

Boyd, Margaret Grhame or. See Grhame.

Boyd, Zacharias, accounting with executors of, 264, 271; as minister of Barony Parish, see Teinds.

Boyd, Zacharias, mortification by, for two students in College, 27, 259, 413, 414; agreement with, as to mortification, 29; mortification by, for student of Theology, 36; obligation by College as to, 305.

Bread, mode of fixing price of, 267, 431, 433; complaint of insufficiency of, 323, 330, 337, 352. See Prices.

Brechin, Bishop of. See Subdeanery.

Bridge, Glasgow, payments for work at, 56, 57; overseer to attend work at, 56, 95; liberty to build smithy at, 58; repair of, 91, 417; visitation of, 120; allowance to tacksmen of, for loss during pest, 131; pointing houses beyond, 226; stones fallen from, 296; feuars of Gorbals to be free of customs at, 313; dial to be put up at, 390; no carts to cross, on wheels, 404. See Common Good; also Customs.

Bridge, visitation of Partick, and of mill, 116; repair of mill bridge, 117.

Bridge-end, work at, 56. See Gorbals.

Bridgegait, merchant hospital in, 412; trees at dwelling-house in, 437. See Fire.

Broomielaw, quay to be built at, 491.

Bucket money, collection of, 260, 271. See Burgesses.

Buckets, leather, purchase of, 55, 177, 282, 292, 293; burgesses to pay money to buy, 260. See Fire; also Burgesses.

Builders, license to employ stranger, 233.

Buildings, erection of, after fire, 231, 232, 233, 336; none to be erected till neighbours acquainted, 349. See Fire.

Burgesses, books on drilling to be given on admission of, 15; gratis, entering with maltmen, 20; no mitigation of fine on admission of, 24, 64; surgeons admitted gratis, 42, 152, 169, 303, 327; money spent when officers made, 93, 96; deprivation of freedom of, 113, 203, 317, 337, 385, 402; minister to be admitted honorary burgess, 128; payment on admission of, for magazine and arms, 181; augmentation of fines on admission of, 182, 183; strangers joining levy to be made, gratis, 190; admission of, in favour of Lady Douglas, 216; money got from, for arms to be employed on poor boys, 217; exaction from, of money for arms suspended, 224; strangers not to be admitted, till council acquainted, 225; persons entering as, to pay money to buy buckets, 260; admission of outlandmen as, 277; hatter admitted, 313; residence to be made by, 316, 317; liberty to Elspeth Hammilton to brew and sell ale, &c., same as, 318; James Stirling, chamberlain of Muckdock, admitted gratis, 329; ministers admitted, 400; re-admission of, admitted in Usurpers time, 487; money received from, to buy arms, 492. See Bucket Money.

Burgh mails, town's account of, 268.

Burial places. See Kirkyard.

Burials, meetings after, forbidden, 108.

Burnside, markets of, 157.

Bursaries. See College.

Butter and cheese, weighing of, 32, 338.

Calder bridge, repair of, 417.

Cambusnethan. See Teinds.

Camlachie, well near, 293; causeway leading to, 449.

Candle, furnishing of, 214, 319, 348; making of, 384. See Prices.

Candle houses, removal of, 181, 300, 311, 337, 348; building of, at town's rig, 401, 436.

Candlemakers to observe statutes, 349; out cry against, 475.

Capitulation. See War, Civil.

Cardross, lime from, 436; sand from, 458.

Carrick Castle, removal of writs to, 197; return of writs from, 198.

Carsphairn, bridge in parish of, 400.

Carters, prices taken by, 304, 378.

Castle, repair of, and placing garrison in, 194; work done in, 287.

Causeway, providing stones to, 56; attendance on laying, 73; cleansing of, 325, 332, 338, 402, 424; layer of, from Rutherglen, 462, 489.

Cess, order by English for payment of, 197, 256; letter from King and State for payment of, 202; uplifting of, 205; collection of, from strangers having lands in burgh, 226; half, abated in consideration of losses by fire, 239; applications for abatement of, 273, 299, 301, 302, 366, 370, 371; charge to town for payment of, 446.

Chamber pots, 269.

Chancellor, young men sent with, 484.

Channel moss, limestones in, 11. See Common Land.

Charity to Andrew Dykes in distress, 18.

Charles I. and II. See King.

Charter, town's great, 329; ratification of, 465.

Charters. See Writs.

Cheese, weighing of, 32.

Chirurgeons. See Surgeons.

Churches. See Kirks.

Circuit court, 332.

Civil war. See War.

Clayslap, causeway at, 32.

Cleansers, disbursements to, 92, 98, 116, 156; directions to, 119, 125. See Pestilence.

Clerk, deposition of, 86; half fees belonging to, to be paid to town council, 88; summons by Hendrie Gibsone against town, 117; decree for payment to Gibson, 121; arrangement with John Spreule, 121, 295; expenses of defending action by Gibson, 122; lease of shop to, 126; warrant to depute, to give sasine, 130; absence of, at army, 191; office of, declared vacant, 227, 467, 472; action in court by, 295; dues of sasines payable to, 363. See Elections.

Clerk's chamber, 397.

Clocks, care of, 359.

Close foots, shutting up of, 118.

Clyde, work at new haven of, 6; mending water of, 8; clearing stones and stobs out of, 60, 229; goods arriving in, 287; stoppage by Dumbarton of boats coming up, 446; boats not to load or disload on, between and Renfrew, 464. See Customs; also Water.

Coal heugh, opening, in common, 155; set of, 177.

Coal pits, filling of, 410.

Coals, commissioner to Edinburgh as to measure of, 53.

Cobles on water, 360.

Coin, passing false, 415; Commonwealth's, 423; copper, 485.

Coinage, commissioners to Edinburgh as to, 2, 7, 8; base copper, 439.

College, donation for work of, 13; legacy by Michael Wilson to, 16; book lent for defence of, 21; contract between town and, as to professor of theology, 48; legacy by William Struthers to, 56; intimation to laird of Minto for payment of money to, 117; appointments to place of bibliothecarius in, 123, 310, 329, 398, 403, 434, 471; call to Robert Blair to be principal of, 188; question with, as to removing James Durham, minister, and supplying his place, 198; accounts of, and teiuds of Gorbals payable to, 255, 259; regent of, 268; contribution for building of, 316, 329, 454, 463; arrangement with, as to Struthers and Boyd bursaries, 413, 418; questions between town and, as to bibliothecar, 434, 435, 436, 438, 453, 454, 468. See Wilson; Struthers; Boyd.

Commissariot, remit by parliament as to, 114; petition to commissioners at Dalkeith as to, 223.

Commissariot seat, 2.

Commissary house, 489.

Commissioners. See Town's Affairs.

Committee of shire at Hamilton, commissioners to attend, 64, 143, 153, 155. See War.

Common good, set of, 4, 11, 15, 21, 27, 57, 71, 78, 94, 118, 133, 166, 177, 188, 206, 229, 266, 289, 315, 338, 367, 398, 422, 446, 465, 488; intimation by tacksmen of, of losses through pest, 108; allowance to tacksmen of, for losses, 117, 127, 131, 148, 149, 156, 243; change of time for rouping, 226; allowance to tacksman of, because petty customs discharged, 245; allowance for want of custom of fuilzie, 367.

Common land, grass of, set, 3, 9, 56, 78, 92; allowance to tacksman of, for loss of crops, 255; grass of parts of, not to be set, 315.

Common land, offers to be received for, 147, 150, 151; rental book of, 345.

Common ways and loans, repair of, 364, 410, 423.

Commonwealth, negotiations with parliament of, for peace, 218, 219; proclamation by, as to elections, 219; offer accepted for incorporating Scotland with England in, 220; election by burgesses and neighbours of commissioner to "great meeting" in Edinburgh, 234; coin of, 423. See War.

Communality, committee of, letters from Duke of Hamilton and King Charles II. to, 200, 202, 204; accounting with, 226, 228, 234, 243, 252; accounts of, 256. See Town's Debt.

Communion, elements, &c., provided for, 58, 71, 316, 345, 346, 347, 348, 361, 362; observance of, 313, 448, 465.

Constables, election of, 8, 336; base speeches against, 337; complaint of, as to broken ways and coal pits, 410.

Convention of burghs, commissioners appointed to, 2, 4, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 18, 20, 22, 25, 29, 34, 35, 53, 66, 95, 118, 235, 251, 267, 293, 300, 366, 400, 435, 444; assessor appointed to, 22, 95, 118, 400, 447; reports of commissioners to, and expenses at, 5, 8, 15, 23, 39, 292, 301, 400, 436, 446; intimation of an act of, 69; payment for writing missives to burghs, 369; meeting of, in Glasgow, 373; petition of, to Lord Protector, 400; payment for writing acts of, 448; missive dues of, 23.

Convention of estates, commissioners appointed to, 59, 66, 70; report to committee of, on complaint Adam against Neisbit, 75; commissioner to committee of, 449. See Parliament.

Cooper reprimanded, 498.

Coopers, letter of deaconhead and act book to be produced by, 144; barrels made by, 225; unlaws chargeable by, 411.

Cordiner, liberty to exercise trade by a, 318; donation to a, 351; incarceration of a, 462.

Cordiners, deacon of, discharged, and new election to be made, 153, 154; complaint against, 273; letter of deaconhead and act book to be produced by, 318; market place of, 370; act in favour of, 485.

Corn, losses by destroying, 274. See War.

Corn market. See Markets.

Coronation of King Charles II., 462.

Correction House, commissioner to apply for, 22; putting forward of, 33; mill to be provided for, 33; servants and material procured for, 33; visitor of, 34; sustenance of inmates and purchase of wheels, 34; yard at, with laich house and gallery, set, 42; sustenance of inmates of, 43.

Council, books and papers of, produced to committee and council of estates, 208, 390; return of, 210, 391.

Council, unlaws for absence from, or late attendance at, meetings of, 51, 198; farther act as to attendance at, 62; a councillor's place declared vacant for nonattendance at, 348; dean of guild and another required to attend, 359; protestors in, and deserters of, 373; doorkeeper at meetings of, 389; multitude wanting admission to meeting of, 417; committee of, to attend town's affairs, 430, 443.

Councillors. See Elections.

Court, agent at, 447.

Cowlairs. See Common Land.

Cowpar, Col., meeting with, 287.

Crafts, licence to augment dues on entering, 250; act as to persons to be received to, 353; act rescinded, 356; petition of, as to craftsmen in Gorbals, 358, 359, 360; ratification of decreets by, 376; act as to election of deacons of, 405; act as to meetings and convocations of, 411.

Crafts, money for entering burgesses sons to, 345, 382.

Crafts' house, rules to be settled by, for poor, 178; act of parliament to be observed by, 183. See Poor; also Gorbals.

Craig, John, contract with, for feuing land, 286.

Craigs, cess of, 366, 370, 371.

Crail, contribution for harbour of, 446, 453, 463.

Crames and stands, places for, 315, 325, 332, 433.

Crops, destruction of, by English, 213. See Teinds; also War.

Cross, removal of market, 432. See Fire.

Cursing and banning, inhibition of, 58.

Customs, exorbitant, taken by Dumbarton and Renfrew, 22; expenses in Edinburgh as to, 40; table of, to be made up, 168; set of Fair, 169; table of petty, made, 181, 182, 235; intimating set of petty, 227; articles not liable for petty, 228; collection of, discharged, 238, 245; table of, at bridge, 366.

Cuttrell, Lieutenant-colonel, 269; house for, 296, 297.

Dantzick, 312.

Deacon-Convener, delay in electing, 407; complaint to council of estate as to election of, 407, 408; letters of deaconhead to be called for, 408; leet and protest at election of, 415, 416; proceedings at election of, 428, 429. See Elections.

Dean of Guild, meeting of, with deans of other burghs, 423, 425; request to, to enter on charge, 302. See Elections.

Dean of Guild Court, building to be conform to order of, 53; sentence of, to be defended by town, 94; ringing bell of, 14, 214, 276; instructions to, as to buildings, 233; procedure in, 414; place of meeting of, 489.

Debt. See Town.

Dial to be put up at bridge, 390.

Dinner, town's, 338.

Disorderly people, 462.

Diurnals, weekly, 296, 377, 444, 458, 484, 489. See Weekly Intelligence.

Doctor. See Pestilence.

Doits to pass for 2d. Scots, 485. See Coin.

Dovecot on Green, 272.

Dragoons, advance of maintenance to, 89; letter from committee of estates as to outputting, 92.

Driffisdale. See Teinds.

Drilling, books on form of, 15.

Drugs, purchase of, 427.

Drummer, clothes for, 321; dues payable to, 362; appointment of, 456.

Drummond, assize on two men called, 22; execution of, 23.

Drums, supply of, 90; dressing of, 97.

Drygait bridge, repair of, 378.

Drymen, meeting of heritors at, 130; repair of kirk of, 168, 171. See Teinds.

Dumbarton, summons against, 23, 25, 26; expenses to, 91; tobacco brought on behalf of, and town, 94; letter to, as to goods arriving in, 287; letter to, as to excise of salt, 358; plea between town and, 386, 391; riot in town of, 395, 396, 397; arrangement with, in collecting dues from ships, 396; judges to be solicited anent plea of, 409; overtures anent, 410; stoppage by, of boats, 446. See Customs.

Dumbarton Castle, requests for provisions to, 151, 204, 214; request for lead to, 199.

Dunglass Castle, request for provisions to, 151.

Dutchmen, supply to, despoiled by pirates, 12.

Dysart, supply for building harbour at, 12.

Edinburgh, 1, 2; signature to, of merk per ton, 41; bond by, as to merk per ton, 52; expenses of commissioners sent to, 70; money payable to college of, 117; against repairing to, during pest, 145; contribution from, 248; water-works of, 322; fire in, 331, 332; attention to town's business in, 413. See Town's Affairs.

Eggs, time for selling, 24.

Egilschames Croft, 392.

Eight Whelp. Sec Ship; also War.

Election of clerks, 87, 88, 121, 140, 191, 223, 227, 243, 274, 295; to be made yearly, 88.

Election of depute clerks, 53, 58, 63, 71, 101, 118, 191, 208, 295.

Election of dean of guild and deacon-convener, none eligible for, who had treated with James Graham, 83, 84, 85; proceedings in parliament as to, 96, 97, 98, 107, 108, 137, 149; act and protest as to election of deacon-convener, 407; certain persons incapable of bearing office, 449. See Deacon-Convener.

Election of magistrates, act of parliament giving liberty of, 47; provost not to hold office for more than two years together, 52.

Election of provost, bailies, and councillors, 7, 13, 17, 18, 23, 24, 34, 49, 62, 73, 82, 87, 98, 100, 111, 124, 139, 141, 150, 176, 194, 213, 219, 247, 319, 320, 347, 392, 393, 406, 407, 428, 450, 452, 469, 493; bailie chosen in room of another who died after, 7; time of, fixed, 80; prohibition of, by committee of estates, 80; list of names given by committee of estates for, and protests thereanent, 82; liberty to supply vacancies, 87; estates to be petitioned as to manner of, 96; proclamation as to, 97; intimation to Duke of Lennox as to, 98; act of committee of estates as to, 98; matter to be heard publicly in parliament, 107; act of parliament authorising, 108; act proclaimed, 110; act of parliament discharging present magistrates and council, restoring those deposed in 1645, and authorising new, 137; act of committee of estates as to, 149; proclamation by parliament of Commonwealth as to, 219; oath prescribed by Commonwealth taken by, 222; meeting on day of, 298; letter from General Monk as to free, 379; letter from Lord Protector deferring, 381; protest against continuing, 382; letter by S. Desbrowe to Secretary Thurloe as to, 382; arrangement as to next, 388, 389; supplication anent, 391; new, appointed, 391; protest as to, 393; letter to Duke of Lennox as to, 394; commissioner to Lord Protector as to, 399; certain persons incapable of bearing office, 449; letter from Lord High Chancellor as to, 450; supplication in relation to, 468, 470. See Graham, James, capitulation with; also Town's Affairs.

Election of treasurer, procurator, master of work, water bailie, dean of guild, deaconconvener, visitor and officers, 7, 13, 18, 24, 34, 35, 38, 51, 52, 63, 74, 83, 86, 87, 91, 100, 111, 112, 125, 142, 150, 151, 176, 194, 195, 213, 223, 247, 288, 300, 320, 347, 393, 407, 429, 453, 471, 494.

Enemy, compliance with, 80, 83, 86, 95. See War.

England, pest in, 5, 6; negotiations with commissioners of parliament of, for settling peace, 218, 219. See Enemy; also Commonwealth.

English garrison at Hamilton, order for town to pay cess to, 197, 256.

English soldiers, against quartering of, 196; allowance for loss to persons taken prisoner by, 197, 198; ale and other supplies to, 211, 255; losses caused by, 243, 255; money belonging to, 282; horses furnished to, 283; grass of green bestowed on, 417. See War, Civil.

Englishwoman wronged by a Scots soldier, 269.

Ensign (ansinyie), purchase of, 66.

Estates, money lent to. See Convention; also Public.

Evandale Castle. See Writs.

Exchequer, expense of supplications to, 41.

Excise, commissioners and surveyors of, chosen, 72; collectors of, appointed, 76; collection of, in mills, 79, 88; provost to attend rouping of, 93, 114; tack of, obtained by town, 142; sublet of landward part of, 143, 327; complaints as to exaction of, 149; supplication as to duty on wine and hot waters, 154; collection of, 204, 206, 212, 214, 365, 374, 411, 413, 434; farming of, 315, 319, 325, 326, 331, 355, 356, 362, 364, 395, 396, 421, 447, 454; letter to Dumbarton as to tacksman of, 358; multure malt free of, 363; additional, 374, 377; order from general as to, 425; accounts of, 426; report as to taking of, 446. See Aquavitæ.

Execution, expenses of, 23.

Executioner, payments to, 22, 87.

Fair of Glasgow, custom to bailie of regality during, 6; town to have customs of, 168, 169; proclamation of, 423, 447. See Customs.

Farthings, coinage of, 7.

Ferriers Hill. See Common Land.

Feu-duties, sale of, 483, 485, 488.

Finick, 492.

Fire, great. in year 1652, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 237, 239; commissioners sent to solicit contributions for help, 234, 237, 238, 239, 240, 242, 243, 244, 247, 248, 249, 252, 253, 254, 266, 273; refusal of commissioner to go, 242, 254; contributions received, 242, 247, 248, 253, 255, 265, 270, 489, 490; relief to sufferers from, 242; distribution of beer to people at, 244; contribution by parliament for losses by, 247, 253, 255.

Fire, purchase of buckets and ladders for extinguishing, 292; places for keeping ladders to assist in extinguishing, 319, 321, 331; writing supplications as to, 302; colouring ladders, 330; collection for losses by last, 368; contributions for, distributed, 372, 373. See Buckets.

Fire-engine, providing of, 344, 366, 367. See Edinburgh.

Fish, teind on, 391, 446. See Teinds.

Fishing, matter of, between England and Scotland, 10.

Flesher, complaint against a, 122.

Fleshers, against monopoly of, 69; complaint against town, and license to country, to sell flesh, 118, 122; application of, for market of cattle and sheep, 168, 169; letter of deaconhead of, 300; fold for keeping cattle given to, 313; to observe statutes, 349.

Fleshmarket, taking down and rebuilding of, 55; expense of rebuilding, 61, 62; set of, 68; occupation of, by soldiers, 289, 297; candlehouses built at back of, 401; to be open from morn to evin, 467. See Markets.

Footmantles, furnishing of, 16, 433, 434.

Fostering a bairn, 311.

Fowls, time for selling, 24.

Freemen, apprentices and sons joining levy, to be, 190.

French "doyts," 439.

French, losses sustained by, 323.

Fuilzie, countrymen not to buy, 260, 351. See Pestilence.

Galloway, bridge in, 400.

Gallowgate bridge, work at, 32, 35.

Gallowgate Burn, against pollution of, 337.

Gallowgate street and port, 178. See Port; also Fire.

Gallowmuir. See Lands Feued or Sold.

Garngad, feu of acre of land in, 340.

Garrisons. See Soldiers.

Gentleman, donation to a distressed, 434, 463.

Gibbet Burn, repair of road at, 249; bridge at, 335.

Gillespie, Mr., apprehension of, 450, 458.

Glasswrights to be procured, 244; license to two, 375.

God and the King, book called, lent to College, 21.

Goldsmith, liberty to, to exercise calling, 453.

Goods imported, 466, 490, 494.

Goosedubs, ground in, 368.

Gorbals, negotiation for purchase of lands of, 29, 31, 32, 128, 157, 158, 182; purchase of, concluded, 184; yards, coal heugh, house and tour of, 185; contract as to price of, 185; charter of, produced, 188; anent thirling, to town's mills, 188; agreement with inhabitants of, as to maintenance, quarters and customs, 188; payment of price of, 189, 216, 301; foot and horse going furth of, 190; charters given to crafts for their share of, 191; advance of money for, 191; collector of feu-duties and rents of, 192, 239, 250; election of bailies of, 195, 214, 215, 223, 247, 280, 321, 350, 410, 429, 482; coals of, 196, 198, 199, 204, 308, 311, 314, 317, 422, 445; suit to officer of, 197; supplication of indwellers of, as to cess, 200; house mail of schoolmaster of, 212; bonds for price of, 212; rents and losses of, 215; writs of, produced, 224, 283; crops of, destroyed, 227; duty on malt brewn in, collected for defraying public burdens of, 248, 252; merchant booths not to be kept in, 248; losses of Hutchesons' Hospital and Crafts by purchasing, 227, 250; proposed division of, 252, 253, 263, 265, 276, 277; division of, 277, 317; paper got for use of, 254; teinds of, payable to College, 255; delivery of writs of, 265; setting house of, 265, 296, 299; building causeway in, 272; accounting with crafts for price of, 272; counter board in house of, 274; making malt in, 290; repairs on house of, 291, 300; security of, for lent money, 281; court to be kept at, 292, 299; fiars of, 283; differences with men of, 300; feuars of, to be free of bridge customs, 313; act in favour of feuars of, 314; charter of, 327; set of lands of, 327; measuring lands of, 329; trees growing about yard of, 332; none in, to sell merchandise, 344, 346; ladles not to be taken up in, 346; craftsmen in, 358, 359, 360, 362; one in, not to put cobles on water, 360; agreement with weavers of, 362; house of, taken by Earl of Montrose, 365, 367, 381; cess of, 366, 370, 371; agreement with skinners of, 366; cutting two corbels in, 368; repair of house of, 375; maltmen in, 377; building house in town's yard in, 387; confirmation of, 388; set of house of, 410; fiars of, 414; outstair in building at, 417; liberty from Sir George Maxwell of Nether Pollok of way for leading coals of, 445; annexation of, to burgh, 465, 474, 478; no bailies at, but constables to be appointed, 470; agreement that a bailie be chosen for, 479; charge to feuars of, 477; stent and disturbance with feuars of, 477, 478, 491, 497; head court at, 491. See Teinds, Set of.

Gorbals, set of sucken of. See Common Good.

Govan, meeting with folk of, as to herring, 119; expense of aisle built in kirk of, 215; stipend to minister of, 329, 356; repair of manse of, 425.

Graham, James, members of council deposed for capitulation with, 80; no persons eligible for council or other office who had treated with, 83; clerk deposed for capitulation with, 86; summons given to town's people for compliance with, 95. See Montrose, Earl of; also War, Civil.

Grammar School. See School.

Grammar School butts, laying causeway in loan near, 263.

Gravel, poor man troubled with, 353.

Green, grass of, 417; ploughing and harrowing of, 115; dovecot on, 272; filling in cast at, 424; planting trees about, 436. See Common Good.

Greenock, against, being erected a burgh of barony, 19; town's matter with, 353, 361, 362; making herring on lands in, 379; ground at, acquired, 458.

Greyfriar Port. See Wells.

Grhame or Boyd, Margaret, mortification by, 45.

Guardhouse, building of, 329, 330; removal of, 432.

Guards, money furnished to, 282; colonel to be spoken anent, 330, 331; furnishing coal and candle to, 439; keeping of, dispensed with, 482.

Guild Brethren, strangers admitted, to pay £60 to hospital, 52; augmentation of fine on admission of, 65, 182, 183; minister admitted honorary, 128; apprentices entering, 304. See Burgesses.

Guild Court. See Dean of Guild Court.

Gutters, clearing, 312, 332, 336.

Haberdasher, liberty to, to exercise calling, 302.

Hamilton Bridge, customs at, 157.

Hamilton, Duchess of, money owing by, 417, 421.

Hamilton, Duke of, letter from, for assistance to King Charles II., and acknowledging receipt of money, 200, 202, 207.

Hamilton, meeting of justices at, 417, 421.

Hamilton, presbytery of, 119.

Hammermen, complaint of, against a merchant's practices, 76; work that may be done by, 261.

Hatter, admission of, as burgess, 313.

Hemp seed market. See Markets.

Herring, gift of, to President, 25; gift of, to Mr. Wob, in London, 55; bringing boats with, to Broomielaw, 119; barrels of, not full gauge to be confiscated, 258; gift of, to advocates, 303, 352; selling of, 383, 425. See Barrels.

High Kirk. See Kirks.

Highlands, commodities brought from, 452.

Highlanders, collection at kirks for, 102; disbursements to, when put out of town, 108; meal to be supplied to, on removal, 108; quartering of, 171; removal of, 183.

Holland, expense of removing hat maker and family to, 435.

Horologes, mending and colouring letters of, 358, 367, 373.

Horse market. See Market.

Horse, troop of. See Soldiers.

Horses, donation of money to buy, 474.

Hot waters, duty on, 154.

Huchesoune, Thomas, mortification by, to College, 43; portraitour of, 322, 341. See College.

Huchesounes Hospital, accounts of, 52; collector, master and treasurer of, appointed, 52, 64; money payable to, by Cowdoune, 63; treasurer of, appointed, 75; David Huchesoune to have place in, 95, 101; master of, appointed, 116, 214; wainscot borrowed from, for building pulpit, 129, 131; reader or schoolmaster to be appointed for, 130, 132; appointment of schoolmaster in, 153; money borrowed from, for poor, 156; poor boy appointed to, 159; procuring bell for, 170; rules to be settled by, for poor, 178; overtures as to poor in, 178; boys and old men in, 182; promise of place to old man in, 201; annualrents due by Marquis of Argyle to, 219, 253; putting six poor boys in, to crafts, 224; writs of, 224; new arrangements in consequence of low state of funds of, 227; money difficulties of, 262; a tailor to be admitted to, 262; getting in money of, 266; old man appointed to, 271; reduction of allowance to persons in, 288; repair of, 289; increased allowance to poor in, 317; school in, 317, 321; committee to attend to affairs of, 325; allowance to a cordiner about to enter, 351; removal of school from, 355; repair of steeple of, 360, 404; plastering of, 434; promise of vacant place in, 466. See Poor; Gorbals.

Idle persons, banishing, 347.

Importation of goods, 466, 490, 494.

Inchgreen, 458, 465, 466, 480.

Infeftments. See Writs.

Ireland, carrying an orphan to, 467.

Irish army, lending money for supply of, 57; quartering of Irish soldiers, 171.

Irish contribution, distribution of, 51.

Irvine, contraversy between Ayr and, 266, 292.

Jailor, or "Jevillour," complaint against, 248; discharge of, 249; appointment of, 249, 381. See Tolbooth.

Jew, donation to a, 483.

Johnsone, Mr., money borrowed out of legacy of, 69; application on behalf of sister of, 72; inquiry as to money left by, 91; allowance to nephew of, 461.

Justices, fines got by provost and bailies as, 345, 382.

Justiciary, petition to commissioners at Dalkeith for, 223.

Kelburn foot, building pier at, 4.

Kelvinhaugh. See Teinds.

Ker, Judge, 417, 420.

Kilburnie, laird of, 379, 458; ground acquired from, 458.

Kill, new, 281.

Killoch, Colonel, 78.

Kilsyth, soldiers hurt at, 93; markets of, 157.

King and council, declaration by, proclaimed, 443.

King Charles I., expenses when, went from north to Edinburgh, 15; letter from, 58, 59; proclamation after execution of, 158.

King Charles II., letters from Duke of Hamilton for assistance to, 200, 202; letter from, 204; money to be borrowed for advance to, 205; commissioners sent to Stirling with money to, 206; no security demanded for advance to, 206; letters from, and from Duke of Hamilton, acknowledging money, 207; letter from, as to appointment of a captain, 208; letter from, for men, horses and carts for service of train of artillery, 209; commissioner sent to Stirling to, 210; declaration of, as lawful king, 443; address to, 445; rejoicings at Restoration of, 447; coronation of, 462.

Kirk, Barony. See Teinds.

Kirk, Blackfriars, vaults beside, 3; patronage of, 22, 23; money payable for, 26; donation by Dunlop of Garnkirk to, for which he to have seat therein, 28; burial place of principal of college in, 32; taxation for, 33, 35; patronage of, 39; presentation of minister to, 39; expenses in Edinburgh as to patronage of, 40; admission of minister to, 41; obtaining "signature" anent, 42; presentation of bell for, 60; putting windows in, 63; public place of repentance in, 117; scholars in Grammar School to sit in, 156; pointing, 226; money left for repair of, 270; removal of rubbish at, 330; entry to council loft in, 359; money assigned for use of, 374; building dyke about, 398, 409, 410; repair of, 423; seats in, 475. See Ministers.

Kirk, Metropolitan or High, repairs on, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 92, 191, 226, 327, 405, 415, 430; overseer of, appointed, 24, 189, 190; contract for keeping, in repair, 30; legacy of 100 marks to be expended on, 42; allowance for manse to minister of, 59; beadle of, appointed, 78; yard dyke of, to be repaired, 115; visitation of, 124; defect in taking charge of, 124; building pulpit in, 129, 131; building midwall in, 123, 132, 152, 153; procuring stones for, 151; building lofts in, 157, 161; lead bought for, 158; seats for boys and alms house men in, 158; gate at, and entry to burial place in, 161, 184; recommendation from session as to, 183; burial places in, 224, 225, 264, 311, 316, 353, 370; use of Montrose seat in, given to laird of Silvertonhill, 240; inventory of lead and "worklumes" in, 248; yard dyke of, 262; toofall at, 283, 318, 331, 341, 376, 377, 381; seats in, 315, 335, 351; building loft in, 356, 357, 368; knock of, 368; through stones in aisle of, 384; sighting of, 404, 414; lime got for steeple of, 417, 436; repair of steeple of, 482; lead put on, 483; partitions of, to be taken down, 483. See Kirk, Outer High; Ministers.

Kirk, New or Tron, making forms and boards for sacrament in, 9; furnishing candle to, 9, 14; sawing bell in, 10; patronage of, 23; appointment of preacher in, 63; lamps removed from, 113; yard dyke of, to be repaired, 115; public place of repentance in, 117; repair of, and pulpit for, 129; minister of, 281; grass in yard of, 317; repair of seats in, 327; house bought for enlarging, 341, 359, 360, 368; repairing yard dyke of, 349; middingstead at entry to, 349, 350; building loft in, 356, 357, 358; building aisle in, 367, 371, 372, 374, 375, 377; repair of, 381; furnishings to, 384; glazing windows of, 385; council seat in, 389; seats in, 394, 398; wood for pulpit in, 410; pulpit and pews in, 453, 460, 466, 468, 473, 474, 488; building loft in, 463; supply of, 468; seat for council in, 474; ministers for, 470, 474, 475, 480; payment by bishop to minister of, 498. See Ministers; Trongait Steeple.

Kirk, Outter High, proposal to have, repaired for preaching in, 123; building midwall for forming, 132, 152, 153; visiting, 158; seats for boys and alms house men in, 158; making portal door in, 430; lofting of, 434, 435; charge of keys and seats in, 441.

Kirks, velvet cushion and black cloth to be laid in, before provost, 61; compensation to beadles of, for candles, 159; model for distinct congregations and sessions, 165; setting stools, chairs, and seats in, 350, 426; slates bought for use of, 358, 365; timber bought for repairing, 385; council seats in, 395; bibles belonging to, 449; beadles of, 454; vacant, 460; planting of vacant, 466; account of pews of, 481; decrease of collection at doors of, 495. See Ministers; Precentors.

Kirkintilloch, market of, 157.

Kirkyard, High, lairs at dyke in, 262, 265, 269, 273; repairing dyke in, 262, 265, 349; burial places in, 303; trees in, cut down, 340, 355, 436; through stones in, 371, 379. See Kirk, Metropolitan or High.

Knifemaker to be brought to town, 217.

Kuocks. See Clocks.

Kowlairs. See Common land.

Ladles, seven, given to ladlers, 57, 71; victual liable in duty of, 464, See Common good.

Lamps, payment for scouring, 14; repair of, 379.

Lanark, meeting at, 337.

Lands feued or sold, at Pirreis Bog, 12; in Gallowmuir, 13; in Garngad, 340; purchase of, at West Port, 21; in Trongait, 4, 332, 341, 359, 360; in Goosedubs, 368; feu of, in Newton, from John Craig, 286, 337. See Leper Hospital; Common lands.

Lawburrows, application for, against town's neighbours, 131.

Lead for tolbooth, 400.

Leaguer, furnishings to, 290, 291.

Leaping-on stones, 475.

Leith, bell brought from, 5; contribution from, for relief to sufferers from fire, 242; waterworks of, 322.

Lennox, Duke of. See Elections.

Leper Hospital, meal payable to, 251; moneys received for, 276; annuals payable to, 287, 292, 293; allowance to poor man in, 327; set of yard belonging to, 330; feu of house and yard belonging to, 337; complaint as to use made of ground at, 369; march stones set, 374; a sick man put in, 498.

Leslie, David, 157; letter from, as appointment of a captain, 208. See War, civil.

Liberties and privileges, caution not to wrong town in, 362; clerk to subscribe letters in defence of, 395; agent appointed to defend, 399. See Town's affairs.

Library house, work at, 1, 2, 19.

Lie, Lord, letter to, 363.

Limecraig, set of, 177.

Limehouse, land near, 401.

Limestones in Channelmoss, 11.

Linlithgow, customs exacted at bridge of, 301; measures of, 366, 404.

Linningshaugh, 418, 477, 480, 482, 483, 494.

Lint, none to dry, on high gait, during pest, 146; selling, 357; steeping, 401.

Lint seed market. See Markets.

Litigiousness discountenanced, 498.

Litsters. See Walk mill.

Loans. See Common.

Locality, collection of, 287, 380.

Loch, common, expenses of, 6; Silvertonhill, 13; Robieston, 19.

Lodging vagabonds, 322.

London, bell to be got from, 1; commissioner sent to, as to town's losses by fire, 240, 244, 266; report of commissioner to, 270; commissioner sent to, on town's affairs, 371; weekly diurnal to be got from, 377.

Lord's Day, attending divine worship on, 495.

Losses, town's. See War.

Loyalty, suffering for, 460.

Lykewakes, meetings at, forbidden, 108.

Magazine, ammunition to be kept in, 90; new, to be made, 181.

Magistrates, charge of perjury against, for leaving town, 201; disobedience to, 201, 203; calumny by an alewife against, 225.

Maintenance, monthly, collection of, 89, 94, 476; supplication for relief of, 123; relief of part of, 125; commissioners sent to committee of shire as to relief of, 131; landward men's share of, 196; letters from king and state for payment of, 202; stent for three months, 217; order by Lord Protector as to, 291.

Malignants, 104, 461.

Malt, foreign and landward to be sold in open market, 91, 251; ladle duty on, 187, 251; maltmen in Gorbals to present, to market, 377. See Gorbals.

Maltmen, gratis burgesses entering with, to pay extra dues, 20; act as to measuring bear to be observed by, 71.

Manufactory, commissioner to Edinburgh as to erection of, 52; men to be employed for, 157; bargain with James Bell as to, 166, 167; erection of, and agreement as to taking charge of, 185; worklooms and material for, 186; wool bought to, 188; money advanced for, 192; agreement with Simon Pickersgill as to, and for settling boys in, 199; wool and dyeing stuffs to be bought for, 200; selling cloth from, 207, 215; tent trees for, 215; setting of, 224, 225; stock of, 225; pointing, 226; tack of, subscribed, 234; book purchased for use of, 240; agreement with tacksman of, 264; taking of, by weavers, 435, 439, 442. See Walk Mill.

Markets, place of holding, 21, 24, 26; fleshers' place in, 24; change of days of, 52; victual to be brought to, 143; cattle and sheep, 168, 169; time of holding meal, 176; visiting of meal and bear, 177.

Masons, money collected by, from strangers, 323. See Builders.

Masons and wrights, petition of, 368, 370.

Master of work. See Elections.

Mathematics, teacher of, 448, 456, 485.

Mauchlein, minister brought from, 66, 74.

Meal market, repair and building of, 321, 347, 423, 424, 426; slates bought for use of, 422.

Measures, report to conventions as to, 267; Linlithgow, 366, 404.

Medicines, purchase of, 427.

Men not to leave town, 108.

Merchant Hospital, 285; rebuilding of, 412; trees lent for use of, 442; contribution for, 455; imported goods to lie in, 461.

Merchants, donation to two poor, 444.

Middings, removal of, from streets, 55.

Milk, sour, market, 465.

Mill, new, work of, 12; building of new, of Partick, 57; passage to new, 337, 339, 417.

Mill, old, of Partick, 435; upgiving tack of, 559; complaint as to, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564; renunciation of, to archbishop, 566; obligation to repair, 566.

Mill, subdean's, repair of, 347, 410.

Mill, town's, tack of land at, 3; injury of, by enemy, 209; repair of, 212; dam above, 402; cast at, 424.

Mill, wheat, of baxters, annexed to burgh, 465.

Mill, Woodside, 310.

Mills, allowance for loss at, during frost, 27; allowance to farmers of, for loss through pest, 127, 148, 149; bargain with laird of Minto as to, 182, 183, 224; writs of subdean, 224; cess and excise collected at, 256, 257, 430, 434, 489; malt taken past town's, to other, 314; collection at, for defraying public burdens, 320, 326; soldiers not grinding malt at, 328; collector at, deposed and reponed, 348; allowance to farmers of, for losses, 371; collection of multure and excise at, 411; suckening of inhabitants to, 555, 557. See Common Good; Thirlage.

Millers to be chosen by town council, 27.

Minister, money given to son of, 26; tocher to daughter of, 39; refusal of a, to preach in places required, 93; donation to widow of, 439; apprehension of Patrick Gillespie, 450.

Minister of Barony Parish. See Teinds.

Ministers, commissioners anent stipends of, 41; meeting as to want of, 55; two, to be chosen, 55; presbytery desired to convene as to, 56; town fully provided with, 72; meeting with, as to clerk of session and a singer, 91; calls to and appointments of, 53, 60, 64, 66, 70, 74, 115, 116, 120, 121, 123, 124, 125, 126, 128, 132, 186, 190, 211, 271, 275, 277, 280, 281, 338, 359, 400, 402, 403, 404, 406, 408, 409, 410, 419, 420, 427, 431, 435, 438, 440, 443, 444, 460, 465, 475, 494, 495, 496, 497; arrangement as to stipends of, 125, 126; conference with, as to stipends, 154, 155; burial place of, 155, 156; stipends of £1,000 each given to, 155, 156; objections to calls from other places to, 159, 160; allocations and bonds for security of stipends of, 161, 165, 171, 172, 177, 178, 179, 240, 245, 484; allowance to professors for service as, 171; allocation of stipends of, approved by commissioners of plantation of kirks, 177; payment of stipends of, 102, 186, 259, 261, 296, 302, 303, 320, 321, 324, 327, 340, 345, 350, 352, 434, 463, 470, 475, 482, 484, 494, 496; accounting with, 219, 237, 266, 269; inquiry as to stipends of, 229; summons at instance of, 235; dinners on admission of, 128, 139; receiving of, as burgesses, 400; differences with session as to, 406, 408; overtures as to appointments of, 438, 440, 470; vacant stipends of, 467. See Kirks; Preachers; Teinds; Burgesses.

Minto, laird of, intimation to, as to payment to colleges, 117.

Minto's house, 267.

Money, loan of. See Public.

Monk, General, regiment of, 281; petitions to, 289, 294, 298, 299; letters from, 415, 431; answer to, 432.

Montrose, Earl of, let of Gorbals house to, 365, 367, 381.

Montrose, Earl of. See Graham, James; War, Civil.

Morgan, Major General, provost to meet, 439.

Mortifications. See Boyd, Zacharias; Hutchesoune, Thomas; Grhame or Boyd, Margaret; Johnsone, Mr.; Scotstarvet; College.

Muckdock, chamberlain of, 329.

Music, teacher of, appointed, 96.

Muster, carrying colours at the, 10; proclamation of, 61.

Mutton, "blawing" of, discharged, 58.

Netham water, donation for bridge over, 10.

Newark, harbour at, 418, 420.

Newton, purchase of rig in, 286, 337.

North Berwick, supply to harbour of, 22.

Notary, a, unlawed, 91.

Office, Walter Buchanan deprived of his, 59.

Officers, military. See Burgesses.

Officers, town's, wands to be brought in by, 62, 480; swords and halberts to be worn by, 74, 331, 481; act as to, 409; instructions to, 496.

Onions not to be sold at Cross during pest, 146.

Outter High Kirk. See Kirks.

Painter, liberty to, to exercise calling, 428, 467.

Paisley, meal given to poor of, 89; presbytery of, 119; abbacy of, 251.

Parliament, election of commissioner to, 15, 75, 292, 300, 341, 456; complaint to, of wrong done to George Porterfield, 75; assessor to commissioner appointed, 101; payment to commissioner to, 363, 414; precedence of Glasgow at, 456; representation to, 461; threatened citation to, 461; printing Blair's preaching before, 462; report of proceedings in, 465. See Convention of Estates.

Parson's lands, application for, 158; summons to town's people who have, 250, 251, 302; rights of, 301.

Partick bridge, repair of, 12, 116, 352, 417; collection of custom at, 211.

Partick loan, causewaying of, 129.

Partick mill, new, 281; rebuilding, 287. See Common good; Mills.

Passes, form of, 110.

Pease yards, 424.

Peckie. See Scotstarvet.

Peebles, contribution by, for loss by fire, 265.

Perstoun bridge, donation for building, 21.

Pestilence, persons not to be received from places infected with, in England, 5, 6; precautions against, 74, 101, 144, 145; Paisley suffering from, 89; no man to leave town, and meetings at lykewakes and after burials forbidden, 108; tacksmen get no duties of mill, ladles, tron and bridge, in consequence of, 108; form of passes, 110; visitor of muir appointed, 113, 119; night and day watch, 113; burgesses deprived of freedom for entering town from places infected with, 6, 113; removal of fuilzie, 114, 146; visitation and sustenance of poor on muir suffering from, 119, 146; agreement with doctor to visit town, 119; bringing herring to Broomielaw in time of, 119; quartermasters to assist magistrates during visitation of, 120, 144, 145; allowances to visitor of persons dying of, and doctor, 123; money to be uplifted and borrowed for help to poor during, which is increasing, 146; payment to surgeon for service anent, 147; payments for losses during, 156.

Philiphaugh, money due to regiments for service at, 112; money lent after, 264.

Phinik, 492.

Physician, agreement with, to visit town, 119. See Surgeons.

Physicians, college of, 377.

Pillory to be made, 116.

Piracy in west seas, 423.

Pirates, expedition against, 5; supply to Dutchmen despoiled by, 12.

Pirreis Bog. See Lands.

Pittenweem, collection for, 356.

Plunder, losses of town by, 89.

Poffles, landward, injury of, 211.

Poland, distressed protestants in, 452, 463.

Pollok, Nether, laird of, 251.

Poor, unlaws distributed to, 40; sustenance of, 121, 177, 260; money borrowed for, 156; names of, to be extracted, 177; stranger, to be removed, and town's, not to beg on streets, 178, 181, 182, 183, 482; voluntary monthly contribution for, 180, 182, 183, 216, 254, 258, 263, 283, 350, 360, 488, 492; session to account for money collected for, 223, 226, 259, 490; collection at kirk doors for, 259; allowance to, for quartering, 267; donations to, 317, 353, 384, 424, 434, 435, 444, 456, 460, 471; merchants and crafts to maintain their own, 367; agreement with session as to, 368, 369, 409; drugs and medicines for, 427.

Poor boys, assistance to, 217; cautioners for, when sent to crafts, 218; writing indentures to, 243; putting, to crafts, 252.

Poor woman, curing a, 258.

Port, rebuilding of Saltmarket or South, 73, 74; building of Gallowgait, 78, 95, 166, 178; causewaying at Gallowgate, 113; trees on West, taken to manufactory, 215; bridge at South, 418; causeway at West, 489.

Porter, James, session-clerk, transported, 458.

Ports, guard to be kept at, 73; building of, 73, 74, 78, 95, 166, 178; persons to take charge of, 196.

Post, pay and clothing of, 90, 91, 433, 447, 456; horse for, 457.

Preachers, payments to, 1, 9, 14, 19, 53, 58, 64, 70, 71, 171, 477, 489; appointment of, 63. See Ministers.

Precentor, meeting as to, 91; appointment of, 96, 172; trial of, 133; payments to, 149, 159, 172, 195, 289, 345, 448.

Prentices, joining levy, to be freemen, 190; fees of, 373.

Presbyteries, application to, as to work at trench, 93.

Presbytery, supplication to, 100.

President, gift of herring to, 25.

Prices of ale, bear, bread, candle and tallow, 8, 18, 25, 35, 52, 71, 74, 88, 125, 152, 176, 195, 214, 223, 248, 255, 276, 299, 320, 323, 348, 352, 384, 408, 430, 434, 453, 455, 472, 494; mode of fixing, of bread, 267.

Printer, flitting of, to Edinburgh, 463.

Printers, pensions to, 126, 349, 469; workhouse of, 371, 378; expense of removal of, to Glasgow, 372.

Printing, payment to Robert Sanders for, 462.

Prison. See Tolbooth; Jailor.

Prisoners put in Castle, 287; furnishings to, 288.

Procurator Fiscal, none to be admitted within inner bar except, 7. See Election.

Procurators, regulations as to, 7.

Professors, allowance to, for preaching, 171.

Property. See Land.

Provanside, charter of lands in, 398.

Provincial to be asked to stop call to minister, 410.

Provost not to hold office for more than two years together, 52; persons punished for disobedience to, and offences against, 203, 204; donation to son of a late, 293; meeting of, with provost of Edinburgh and others, 424. See Elections.

Public, annualrent of money and silver plate lent to, 54; payment to persons who lent same, 55, 281; persons who have got no annualrent for silver plate, 61; money lent to, borrowed from others, 79; obligation to repay lenders, 117; supplication for money and silver plate given to, 158; requests for supplies and money to, 202, 204, 206; supplication for repayment of money lent to, 264; ratification of acts as to money lent to, 274.

Quarrelhill. See Common land.

Quarry, procuring stones from Black, 128; inhabitants to assist in making cast at, 129; stones to be got from, for kirk, 151; none to get stones from, till kirk be served, 153; inhabitants to assist at, 168; working of, 233, 445.

Quartering. See Soldiers.

Quarters, town divided into, 295, 498.

Ratification, town's, expenses of, 15, 465.

Reader, money given to, 26; appointment of, for service in Blackfriar Kirk, 127.

Renfrew, meeting with folk of, as to herring, 119; wrongs done to, by unfreemen, 302; repair of bridge of, 315; Shiel bridge, near, 323; impeding of collection of dues by, 380. See Customs.

Rental Book, 345.

Rentals, payment for writing, 243.

Rents, collector of, 197.

Restoration of King Charles II., 443, 445, 447.

Rights, town's, ratification of, 16, 465.

River. See Water.

Robieston, lawburrows of town council to heritors of, 12; loch of, 19.

Ruinous houses, repair of, 216. See Fire.

Runaway soldiers to be sent back, 143.

Rutherglen, causeway layer in, 462, 489.

Ryals not to be refused, 236, 276, 281; rouping of, 297.

Sabbath, 495.

Sack, duty on, 154.

Sacrament, forms and boards in New Kirk for, 9; wine procured for, 14, 16. See Communion.

Sagie Holm. See Common Land.

St. Andrews, attendance on archbishop of Glasgow when received at, 14; expenses to, 91; collection for burgh of, 357, 361. See Scotstarvet.

St. Mungo's kirkyard, grass of Little, set, 28; dyke at, to be built, 113. See Common Good, Set of.

St. Mungo's Tree, 423.

St. Nicholas Hospital, application for getting, 158, 281; house for poor folk when guards in, 281.

St. Rokis, or Rolloks, kirkyard, work at, 116, 118.

Salmon, breaking of, 67; duty on cobles for taking, 157; breaker of, 371, 373; selling of, 394; act against killing, 415.

Salt, liberty to sell, in houses and shops, 26; excise of, 358, 425. See Markets.

Saltmarket Street, liberty to build a shop in, 14; houses in, to be rebuilt in straight line, 233; rubbish to be cleared from, 236, 239. See Fire.

Sand from Cardross, 458.

Sanders, James, supplication by, 277, 281.

Sanders, Robert, printer, 462, 469.

Sasines, extracting of, 363.

School, Grammar, masters of, supplying places of ministers, 9, 14, 19; visitation of, 43, 73, 92, 361, 485; to be convened, 116, 126; allowance to doctors of, for loss in time of pest, 127; collection of rental of, 129; scholars in, to sit in Blackfriar's Kirk, 156; payment to doctors of, 157, 161, 424; seat for, in High Kirk, 157; doctor of, appointed, 168, 317; pointing, 226; contraversy between master and doctor of, 239; doctor of, discharged, 240; master of, to attend children on Sabbath, 291; taking down of, 329; building of new, 331, 339, 340, 348, 351; bairns with covered heads in, 475.

School, music, 96; mathematics, 448.

Schoolmaster, allowance to son of, 3; pension to, 74; Gorbals, 212; appointment of, 216; use of session house in Trougait given to, whose school was burned, 239.

Schools, schoolmasters of Scots, to attend meeting, 96; report about, required, 159; trial of teacher for Scots, 167; visitation of Scots, 284, 286; warrant to schoolmasters for keeping, 284, 291, 317, 374, 410, 413, 455; inquiry as to number of poor taught in, 286; chambers for, in hospital, 317, 321, 355; discharge of woman who has taken up school, 391; inquiry as to Scots, 453.

Scotstarvet, Lord, mortification by, 266, 267, 268, 271, 296, 298, 299, 300, 318, 328, 333, 336, 362, 363, 365, 397, 425, 426, 469, 481.

Seal, new, made, 121.

Searchery, general, commissioner to Edinburgh as to, 53; report made by him, 54.

Seed corn, money lent to buy, 225.

Session, kirk, meeting as to clerk of, 91; persons on, to exercise civil power in absence of magistrates, 166; room for sittings of, 168. See Kirks.

Session-clerk transported, 458.

Sheep Craigs. See Common Land.

Ship, war, provisions supplied to, 73, 74, 75, 76.

Ships, oaths on entry of, 348; dues of, arriving in Clyde, 396.

Shire. See Committee of Shire.

Shops. See Crames.

Silvercraigs, 477, 488.

Silver plate given for service of public. See Public.

Silver work, assignment of, in security of loan, 160.

Silvertonhill, laird of, negotiations with, for water, 11, 13; use of seat in High Kirk given to, 240; debt due by, 481, 491.

Silvertonhill Loch, 13.

Sinclair, Lady, burial of, 370.

Skellingsmyre, grant of lands near, 329.

Skinners, stent payable by, 26; agreement between, of town and Gorbals, 366.

Skins to be brought to market, 58, 311; complaint as to injury to, 421.

Slates, purchase of, 3; price of, 254; purchase of, for use of kirks, 358, 365.

Slavery, relief from, 283. See Turks.

Soldiers, enrolment of, 64, 148, 189, 190, 207, 208, 209, 300; captain chosen for town's company of, 64; captain of, recalled, 71; quartering of, 66, 69, 78, 79, 89, 90, 92, 94, 97, 130, 131, 171, 194, 195, 196, 209, 216, 264, 267, 276, 302, 339, 397, 403; sending out, 12, 68, 69, 70, 94, 147, 148, 161, 168, 189, 191, 196, 283; help to hurt, at Kilsyth, 93; quartermasters for quartering, 100, 200, 295; supplication to parliament as to quartering, 109; ordinance of parliament as to regiments of, quartered in Glasgow, 110; order of parliament for payment for quartering, 111; money due for service of, at Philiphaugh, 112; money to be borrowed to pay to, 113; gratuity to, 118; claim of reparation for injuries done by, 125; commissioners sent to committee of shire as to quartering, 131; letters from committee of shire and Duke of Hamilton as to levy for, 132; answer to committee, 134; summons from parliament for not supplying, 134; proceedings in parliament as to levy of, from Glasgow, 135, 136; officers of town's company of, chosen, 141, 159, 161, 188, 191, 208, 209; runaway, to be sent back, 143; ribbons furnished to, 144; payments to, 147, 187; half troop of horse, to be sent out by town, 148, 154, 155; sending out foot, 155, 160, 189, 208; stent for levy of, 189, 192, 196, 210; encouragement to join levy of, 190; levy of, for Gorbals, 190; collection from those who have not put out their part of, 191; biscuit bread sent to, 193; fitting out horse, 193; allowance to widows and families of, 194; order for payment of cess to English, 197; curing wounded, 197, 212; prisoners in Durham, 201; requests for supplies and money to, 202, 210; letter from King and Leslie as to captain, 208; stent for money to be given for, 206, 208, 210; disbursements and supplies to garrison of Stirling, 209, 211, 212, 213, 214; baggage horses and furnishings to, 210, 270, 286, 288, 294, 297, 298, 299, 303, 396, 430; payment for deficiency of, 211; money given to wounded, 216; sick, 271; coal and candle to, 282, 322; accommodation of women and children left by, 289; garrison of, in Tolbooth, 290; price of ale and bear to, 323; petition to general as to, 328; married officers or, taking houses, 405; rude speech to, 413; debts of, 454; removal of regiment of, 455; money given to, 496. See Troopers; Dragoons; English Soldiers.

Sour milk market, 465.

Spouts, work of, 170.

Stair, Lord, 466.

Statutes, old, proclaimed, 24.

Steeple, chamber of new, 165.

Steeples, repair of, 457.

Stent, imposition of, 63, 78, 79, 201, 208, 217; collection of, for payment to King, 205, 208; rolls of, produced to committee of estates, 208, 210. See Taxation; Maintenance; Soldiers.

Stentmaster, appointment of, 13, 34, 63, 79, 226.

Stipend, Allan Fergussone's, 216.

Stipends. See Ministers.

Stirling, garrison of. See Soldiers.

Stirling, James, grant of lands to, 329; seat in High Kirk for, 335.

Stockwell, laying causeway in, 4, 234.

Stokbridge, 152.

Stockholme, merchant in, 490.

Stone, cutting, 460.

Stones, payments for, 56; transporting of, 493.

Stoups, sealing of, 418.

Strangers, against setting houses to, 431, 457.

Straven, town's right to house in, 396.

Streets. See Causeway.

Struthers, William, legacy by, to college, 56, 195, 276, 413, 414. See College.

Subdeanery, suspension against Bishop of Brechin anent, 43; principal of college to be spoken to anent, 346.

Sucken. See Thirlage.

Summerhill. See Common Land.

Superiority of lands in burgh, application for gift of, 187.

Surgeon, admission of, as burgess and guildbrother, gratis, 42, 152, 303, 327, 420; agreement with, 169, 326, 390, 420, 460; payment to, for curing a poor woman, 242; help to, 264. See Pestilence; Burgesses.

Surgeons and barbers, letter of deaconhead to, 340, 341.

Surgeons, stent payable by, 26; gift to be produced by, 307; deacon or brethren of, not to conclude agreement with physicians, 377, 437; book to be produced by, 430; vitiation of book of, 432, 433; controversy amongst, 432, 433, 437.

Swine, keeping of, 305.

Tablecloth bought, 351.

Tallow to be brought to market, 58. See Prices.

Tanners not to burn bark in burgh, 261; act as to, 303; act in favour of, 485.

Taxation, negotiations for compounding, 18; treasurer to have warrant for town's part of, 21; account of, 33. See Stent; Stentmasters.

Teinds, Lord Blantyre to be conferred with as to, and negotiations for purchase of parsonage and vicarage, 28, 59, 123, 124, 126, 127, 128, 132; recompense for collecting, 54; expenses attending valuation of, 59; sale of, for a year, 60; set of, 72, 78, 96, 120, 147, 170, 171, 235, 273, 294, 318; loss through abstraction of, by soldiers, 116; purchase of parsonage, from Lord Blantyre, 132; collector of, appointed, 133; proposal to let, in foremail, 151, 155; prices to be taken for tack of, 152, 157, 170; payment to Lord Blantyre for, 152, 156; negotiations with Barony heritors as to, 158, 159, 160, 170, 172, 182, 186, 187, 188, 189, 321, 327, 352, 465; report by lawyers anent, 158; allocation of, to ministers, 171, 172, 245; collector and factor of, 197; loss of, crops being destroyed by English, 213, 264; writs of, 224; payment to Lord Blantyre of price of, 325; tack of, of land in Gallowmuir, 351; writs of, sent east, 489. See Ministers.

Teinds, vicarage, collection of, on fish, 169, 294.

Teinds, stipend of Barony minister out of, 168, 169, 170, 176, 186, 200, 215, 253, 255, 261, 264, 271, 308, 330, 338, 345, 361, 376, 394, 402, 406.

Teinds of Cambusnethan, Dryffisdaill and Traquair, 161, 322, 324, 327, 340, 344, 350, 381, 386, 450.

Teinds, Drymen, question with laird of Lauchope as to, 131; summons to be raised for, 153; meeting with commissioners of, as to, 160; inhibition to be used at Kirk of Drymen, and other places, 161; agreement with heritors of Drymen parish as to, 166; summons against parishioners, 308; collection of, 321, 361, 364, 387; tack of, 403, 405.

Thieves and louns, 461.

Thirlage to town's mills, 309, 314, 360. See Mills; also Gorbals.

Timber, buying of, 272.

Tobacco, licence to retailers of, 38; summons to town's people to Edinburgh as to, 229, 233.

Tolbooth, repair of, 3, 264, 308; iron chimneys furnished to, 9; making tables to, 12; work at steeple of, 18; making lion's mouth at spouts of, 19; food for thieves in, 22; escape of prisoners from, 248; keeper of, discharged, and successor appointed, 249; platform of, cleansed, 263; life appointment of keeper of, 381; lead for, 400; payments to keeper of, 424, 432, 461, 477; garrison of soldiers in, 290. See Soldiers.

Towcors, 321.

Town council, capitulation of, with enemy, 80; inquiry as to life and conversation of, 388, 458. See Graham, James; Communality.

Town, inquiry as to debts and burdens of, 226, 228, 383, 384, 388; report as to debt of, 385. See Communality.

Town's affairs, persons sent to Edinburgh on, 101, 108, 117, 126, 151, 157, 158, 216, 240, 263, 265, 328, 366, 387, 388, 389, 390, 394, 396, 409, 413, 431; expenses of persons sent, 109, 115, 238, 267; commissioners sent on, not to uplift expenses till return, 235; payment for service in, 330; commissioners to London on, 371; committee to attend to, 430. See Edinburgh; Writs.

Traquair. See Teinds.

Treasurer. See Elections.

Trench round city, supply to people casting, 88; losses by, 90; supply of men or money for work at, 93; inhabitants to work at, 93; port built to answer cast of, 95; horses to serve at, 96; casting down, or meddling with, stopped, 117; payment for building dyke in furthering, 123; casting of, at end of Meikle Green, 228; in-casting of, 263, 264, 424.

Triplets, 270.

Tron, dues of, 422. See Common Good.

Tron Kirk. See Kirks.

Trongait, causeway of, west of Fleshmarket, 55. See Fire.

Trongait steeple, work of, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 10; bells purchased for, 5, 41; removal of school from, 252; booths in, purchased, 4; booths in, set, 28. See Kirk, New or Tron; Lands purchased.

Troopers, disbursements for, 76, 78. See Argyle, Marquis of; Soldiers.

Trumpeters, disbursements to, 463.

Turks, ransom of captives from, 57, 130; collection for relief of poor who are with, 116, 130; a burgess of Glasgow in hands of, 477; relief of captive from, 482.

Ulcers, curing woman of, 258.

Unlaws, application of, 23, 88; distribution of, to poor, 40; bell for Trongait steeple to be bought with, 41; windows to be put in Blackfriars Church with, 63.

Usurper, the late, 458, 487.

Vagabonds, against lodging, 322; banishing, 347, 456; payment for waiting on, 424.

Vennel, Common, building stone dyke at, 12.

Vennel, letters against heritors of ground at, 321.

Victual to be brought to market, 143, 464.

Visitor of maltmen and mealmen, persons to visit markets with, 177. See Elections.

Walk mill, visiting of, in east, 186; lade to be made for new, 186; settling anent, 187, 200; money advanced for, 192; taking of, by litsters, 435, 436, 439, 442. See Manufactory.

War, civil, proceedings in parliament as to complicity with enemy, and supplications thereanent, 202; two representatives of town council of Glasgow imprisoned in Edinburgh, 107; prisoners liberated, 107; supplication to parliament on behalf of town, 113; answer to committee of Clydesdale against engaging in, 133; summons from parliament for not fitting out levy, 134; imprisonment of provost and other representatives from Glasgow, 135, 137; certain inhabitants willing to obey orders of parliament, 135; incarcerated magistrates and others liberated, 139; request for provisions to Dumbarton and Dunglas Castles, 151; removal of town's writs for safety, 194, 197; return of writs, 198; losses of town in time of, 89, 201, 209, 211, 212, 213, 215, 218, 227, 243, 255, 264. See Graham, James; Committee of shire; Association; King Charles; England; Commonwealth; Arms; Army; Soldiers.

War, proclamation for putting nation in posture of, 61.

Watch, nightly, to be kept, 69, 72, 251, 289, 432, 455; daily, at ports, 90; day and night, in time of pestilence, 113.

Water, expenses of work at, 6, 11, 13, 15, 18; redding of, 229; one in Gorbals not to put cobles on, 360. See Clyde; Wells.

Water bailie, qualifications of, 35; election of, 35, 38; act as to office of, 37; yearly fee of, 38; assistance to, in attendance on boats, 120; assistance of, in exacting teind on fish, 169. See Elections.

Water sergeants, obedience of, to water bailie, 37; election of, 91, 288; assistance of, in exacting teind, 169.

Waters, hot, duty on, 154.

Ways. See Common.

Weavers, agreement between, of town and Gorbals, 362. See Manufactory.

Weekly intelligence got, 400, 436, 446, 456. See Diurnals.

Weights, providing, 426.

Wells, pumps made for, 2; working of, 10; setting down, 186, 187, 293, 294, 297, 298, 299, 311, 313, 314, 318, 323, 336, 339, 469, 473, 474, 475, 481, 483, 489, 498; keeping and upholding of, 351. See Spouts.

West Port, purchase of land at, 21; clearing gutter at, 312, 336. See Ports.

Wester Common. See Common Land.

Wheat firlot, 366, 404.

Wilson, Michael, legacy by, to College, 16; bursar under legacy appointed, 17; investment of funds, 26.

Wine, licence to sell, 25, 312, 316; duty on French, 154; offer of wine for purchase, 335.

Women, single, 282, 301.

Woodside, offer of lands of, 315, 316.

Woodside mill, 310.

Worklooms of the town, inventory of, 471.

Wrights, work undertaken by stranger, 254, 273, 281, 375; insurrection by, 259, 264; invitation to, to come to town, 260; money collected by, from strangers, 323; horning by, against unfreemen, 377; act as to stranger, 377. See Builders; Masons and Wrights.

Writs, town's, produced, 34; removal of, to Avondale Castle, 194; removal of, to Carrick Castle, 197; return of, from Carrick Castle, 198; keys of press containing, 223; production of, by late clerk, 224; removal of, from tolbooth, 290; return of, 293; sending, to Edinburgh, 390; return of, 391, 414; inventorying, 426; sending, to parliament, 456; return of, 465; ratification of, 465. See Council, books and papers of.