Index of subjects and places

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'Index of subjects and places', Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow vol. 3: 1663-1690 (1905), pp. 575-592. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47792 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Aberdeen, 4. 49.

Accounts, revising, 438; extracts from, 481– 524.

Advocates, town's, 47, 51, 66, 154, 158–9, 228, 232.

Agent, town's, 483.

Aird's wynd, 141.

Aitchesouns, 231.

Albany, duke of. See York.

Ale, excise on, 345.
-, —— and beer, impost on, 395–9, 400, 409–10, 421–2, 436.

Alexander II., King, 73, 76–77.

Allarbog, 534.

Allegiance, oath of, 215–6, 372, 432.

Ancrum, 279; parson of, 351.

Annualrents, 527–51. See also Feuduties and Annualrents.

Apothecary, supplication by, 445.

Apprentices, help to, 1, 172, 175, 184. See also Scotstarvit mortification.

Archbishop, attendance on, 27, 87, 276, 282, 302, 318–9, 362, 399, 400–1, 501, 505, 510–1; on archbishop's lady, 423; letters from, 71, 162, 240 (see also Election); payments and gifts to, 89–90, 97, 113, 228, 269, 281–3, 298, 375, 449; bonds to, 98, 99, 100, 142, 166, 200, 346, 382; marriage gift to daughter of, 100; feu and teind duties, 162; archbishop Leighton desired to remain, 167; gratuity promised to archbishop's lady, 402; revoked, 403–4; transport of plenishing, 404, 511; money borrowed from, 496; rents and casualties formerly payable to, 519; burial of, 367, 413. See Elections; also Leighton.

Architect, licence to, 259.

Argyle, loans to marquis of, 7, 32, 44, 47, 51, 67, 293–5, 298, 300, 308, 318, 320–1, 449, 491.

Argyle; traffic to, 73.

Armour and arms, inhabitants to give in their arms, 53; money for buying, 64, 85, 107, 145; liberty to carry arms, 92.

Armour's wynd, 422–3.

Arms and ammunition, distribution of, 515–6, stored in tron, 519; from Stirling, 419, 466, 522; to Kilmarnock, 514.

Arms (armorial bearings), town's, 5; lordlyon's claims for use of, 117; King's, 237, 241, 345, 363, 500, 506.

Army, supplies to, 2, 267.

Ashkirk, parson of, 351, 509.

Assembly, General, commissioner to, 465, 467–8.

Ayr, 3, 73, 140, 422.
-, —— parson of, 351.
-, —— excise of shire, 437.

Baggage horses. See Horses.

Bailies, misdemeanours to, 109, 116, 166, 168, 311, 315, 412; annual fees of, 485. See Election.

Baill fires, 30.

Balgray, 82, 142, 155, 185, 196.

Banishment of offenders, 121–2.

Baptisms, 404–5.

Barbadoes, 67, 195.

Bark holes, 33.
-, —— measures, 180.

Barlanark or Provan, prebendary of, 351.

Baron officer, 508.

Barresyet, well at, 24, 32, 513; port, 39; bridge at, 491.

Barrowfield (Borrowfield), 98, 350, 486, 490; bridge, 37.

Baxters (bakers), regulations for, 64, 97, 233, 278, 389; encouragement of a baxter, 274.

Bay salt, 101.

Beadles, kirk, 1, 12, 16, 22, 23, 52, 70, 198, 484.

Beggars, 8, 9, 11, 12, 15, 20, 22, 31, 50, 51, 100, 136, 151, 164, 471; badges for town's, 100.

Belfast, 173.

Bell, Provost, house of, 39, 304.

Bell, skellat, 4; council and dean of guild's, 16, 70; dead, keeping of, 44, 101, 179, 236, 446.

Bell's croft, 82.
-, —— wynd or street (new vennel above Cross), 194, 204, 213, 216, 218, 223, 260, 264, 267, 270–1, 280, 284, 295, 310, 336, 451, 503.
-, —— yeard, 129, 30.

Bellman, 71, 441; inquiry if a burgess, 441.

Bell money, allowance out of, 441.

Bells, in Bridgegate steeple, 5, 11, 29, 68, 70, 499, 512; in Blackfriar kirk, 494; in High kirk, 512. See also Tolbooth.

Bibliothecar in college. See College.

Billiard (bulyard) tables, 263, 291.

Bishopbriggs, highway to, 390.

Black money, 359.

Bluecoats, 180.

Blythswood, 350–1, mansion, 39.

Boat with prisoners, 520.

Bonds granted to town, 7, 277, 487, 492; granted by town, 98, 346, 370, 375, 403 (see also Archbishop); cancelled, 11.

Bonfire at Cross, 514.

Book dedicated to town, 241, 500.

Books, contribution for printing, 351–2, 475, 508, 520.

Bordeaux, 174.

Borroustounness, 483.

Bothwell, minister of, 294.

Bothwell bridge, encounter at, 269.

Bottle glasses, 512.

Brandy, impost on, 212, 220–2.

Bread, 21, 180, 233 (see Prices); insufficient, 389.

Bridge-end, 527.

Bridgegate, 20, 39, 50, 65, 83, 140–1, 229, 346, 533, 535–6, 550; house of provost Bell in, 39, 304; steeple, 5, 11, 29, 65, 68, 70, 87, 93, 499, 512; ruinous tenement in, 165; liberty to build a toofall, 478.

Bridge, great, over Clyde, 51, 93, 94, 119, 153–5, 157–8, 167, 320, 346, 361, 511; custom and casualties, 14, 534 (see Common good); port at, 159, 259; customer of, to supply cobles, 153; falling of bow of, 161.

Bridges, building and repair of, 25, 37, 39, 51, 54, 55, 58, 60, 64, 82, 86, 93, 95, 109, 151, 242, 264, 314, 316, 362, 400, 450, 491, 500 et seq. in Accounts; gibbet bridge, 270, 279.

Bristol, mayor of, 293.

Broomhill, 116, 546.

Broomielaw, quay at, 13, 14, 15, 16, 22, 134, 264, 401, 406, 450, 483, 485, 514; boat from, to Newport, 103; causeway to, 225.
-, —— Croft, 349, 531, 545.

Buchanan Street, 270.

Bucket money, 64, 107, 114, 252, 382.

Buckets, supply of, 114, 252, 288, 308–9, 382.

Buildings, stone preferred to timber, 158, 244–5, 248–9, 303; exercise of architecture and masonry, 259. See also Houses.

Bullets, casting, in common lones, 33.

Bunns Wynd, 423.

Burgess tickets, silver boxes for, 140; see also Burgesses.

Burgesses, dues of admission of, 166, 219; admission of, for services or encouragement, 47, 49, 112, 120–1, 237, 238, 293, 353; non-resident, 26, 458; bucket money for arms, 107; deprivation of, 109, 116, 166, 230, 243, 249, 250–1, 399, 400; not liable for poll money, 116; nor for sheriff's summons, 126; gratis burgess made burgess for posterity, 338; silver and gold ribbons for tickets, 365, 508; gold and silver boxes for tickets, 378, 406, 494, 502; mealmen required to enter, 401–2; rules modified in special cases, 154, 285, 449.

Burgh of Glasgow, privileges of, 300 (see Election; also Magistrates); constitution of, 310.
-, —— acres, 349. See also Teinds.

Burghs, privileges of, restored, 459.

Burial of lord Cochrane, 271; of ladies Crawford of Kilburnie and Blackhall, 288; of archbishops, 367, 413.

Burn crooks at New Green, 51, 53, 61, 149.

Burnt barns, 114; lands to be rebuilt, 287–8.

Burntisland, pier of, 32; harbour of, 317.

Bursaries in college, 152, 240, 247.

Burying ground. See Kirkyard; also St. Rollox Kirkyard.

Bute, slates from, 107.
-, —— excise of shire, 437.

Calme loch, 200–1.

Cambuslang, parson of, 351.

Cambusnethan, teinds of, 3.

Camlachie (Cumlachie), 385; teind and tack duties of, 120, 349–50.
-, —— burn, bridge over, 37, 55, 60, 64, 93, 491.

Campsie, 515.

Campvere (Campheir), staple at, 211, 315.

Candle, 21, 204 (see Prices); liberty to make, 204 296.

Candlehouses, 85, 158, 550; rigs at back, 89, 90, 550.

Candlemakers, regulations of, 259–60, 269–70, 279, 287, 307, 358–9.

Candleriggs, entry and street to, 102, 194, 204, 213, 223. See also Bell's Wynd.
-, —— sale of pieces of, 172–3, 265, 269–70, 271, 292; soapwork at, 173, 175; against melting cracklings in, 269, 279.

Candle street, 148.

Cardross, parson of, 351.

Carmyle, school at, 111.

Carpet to be bought, 136.

Carron bridge, 60.

Carstairs, parson of, 351.

Carters, town's, 262.

Carts with baggage, 515–6.

Castle of Glasgow, 41, 498.
-, —— street, 358.

Cathcart loan head, 25, 60, 66.

Cathedral street, 270.

Cauplawhillis (Coplawhills) in Gorbals, 155.

Causeway. See Streets.

Cess, 64, 468. See Stent.

Chancellor, lord, 358, 365.

Changehouses, keepers of, 464–5, 467.

Chapter-house where synod sits, 462.

Charitable donations, 1, 7, 10, 52, 66, 117, 127, 195, 227, 260, 262, 274, 280, 328, 359–60, 374, 483, et seq. in Accounts. See also Collection.

Charles I., King, portrait of, 136, 238, 241–2, 244, 500, 507; gift by, of teinds, 441.

Charles II., King, birthday and restoration, 13, 30, 58, 107, 315; portrait of, 136, 139, 507; succession to dukedom of Lennox, 142; answer to letter of, disowned, 192; death of, 372–3.

Charters and writs, town's, 25, 26, 73–6, 121, 125, 147–8, 150, 439, 442, 447, 453–6.

Cheislie's plea against town, 70, 484.

Chesnuts, 413; gift of, 360–1, 420.

Children on fore stairs, 33.

Choristers, three, prebend of, 531.

Churches. See Kirks.

Clay in common lands, 147–8.

Clerk, town, annual fee of, 485; proposed conjunct appointment, 89, 116–8; deputes, 357, 385, 394; allowance to, 272; extra writings in office of, 338, 365–6, 445, 498, 504; abuse to John Spreull, town clerk, 440, 453.

Clochcurr in Ireland, 229.

Clochstane, 261.

Clocks (knocks), keeper of, 102, 259. See Bridgegate steeple; also Tolbooth.

Close, passage of, blocked by stair, 266.

Clothes to officers and others, 4, 113, 507.

Clyde and Dunedin (Duneaton), bridges over, 314, 316.

Clyde, privileges of, 73, 261–4; river, 97, 350; fishing in, 252–3, 255, 260.

Coaches, hackney, 166, 168. See Stage Coach.

Coachway along Balgray hill, 142, 155.

Coal for bonfire, 514.

Coal-pits, 69, 70, 281, 284, 423.

Cobles at bridge, 153.

Cock stool, 97.

Coffee house, 172.

Collection or contribution, voluntary, for William Makie, 12; poor man in Dumfries, 16; Burntisland pier, 32; Dee bridge, 45; Kilmarnock fire, 108–9; fire beyond Gallowgait burn, 114; Dundee harbour, 132–134, 146; relief from slavery, 211; losses by fire, 243–6, 371; bridge over Ness, 314; bridges over Clyde and Duneaton, 314, 316; Burntisland harbour, 317; Leven bridge, 330, 382; Kelso, 359.

College, bibliothecar in, 14, 170, 269, 364; relations of, with Grammar School, 51, 380–1; bursaries in, 152, 240, 247, 289–90, 497, 501; house of, 162; laureation of a student, 260; billiard tables near, 263, 291; suppression of disorders in, 288; training ministers for Little Poland, 308; payment to, for teinds of Gorbals, 484.

Colours, town's, 442.

Commissariot, procurator fiscal of, 367.

Commissioners, visits of, 65, 161–2, 372, 483.
-, —— King's, 140, 148–9, 150, 161–2.

Common good, set of, 14, 31, 59, 93, 94, 108, 119, 136, 153, 161, 168, 179, 199, 222, 237, 251, 267, 280, 297, 316, 352, 374, 401, 411, 422; account of, 481–2, 486; security by tacksmen of, 296; intromissions with, 339–41, 370; embezzlement of, 370.

Common lands, clay in, 147–8; feus of, 215, 303; encroachments on, 453; rentals of, 527–51.

Common loch, 215.

Common, town's, 81, 82; Easter, 90, 91, 217–9, 303, 486; Wester, 127, 217–9, 225, 229, 247, 303, 486.

Common ways and lones, 33. See also Streets.

Communion, 215; cups, 94, 95, 492; elements, 499, et seq. in Accounts.

Consistorial court, 357.

Constitution of burgh, 310.

Conventicles, 184. See Covenanters.

Convention of burghs, commissioner to, 58, 59, 60, 122, 136, 199, 252, 297, 420, 443; commissioner fined, 389; expenses attending, 148–9; report of proceedings, 318, 357–8; compend of acts, 195; meeting of, in Glasgow, 199, 200, 498; letter from town clerk of Edinburgh, 297; stent roll, 335; dues payable to, 469.

Convention of estates. See Parliament.

Convoy from or to town, 342.

Conynghame's close, Saltmarket, 289.

Cook, common, 204, 237.

Coopers, regulations for, 106.

Cordiners, regulations for, 146–7; contract with fleshers, 209–11.
-, —— and tanners of Glasgow and Gorbals, 78–81, 115.

Correction house and yard, 246; proposal by justices of shire, 404.

Coshknockhill, 151, 221.

Council house, town, coal and candle to, 502, 524; flowers to, 338, 462, 519, 522; table, 301; green cloth for table, 504.

Council minute-books, 440; sent to Edinburgh, 447; duplicates, 437–8; approval of minutes, 462.

Council, privy, in Glasgow, 140, 225.

Council, town, preses in provost's absence, 45, 193, 324; non-subscribers of band against conventicles, 249; fires at meetings of, 508.

Councillors, rules for election of, 18, 19; places of, declared vacant, 377; vacancies filled, 44, 122, 377. See Election.

Court, burgh or town, 94, 162, 166; proceedings in public court, 368, 383.
-, —— circuit, 507.
-, —— commissary, 94, 343.
-, —— dean of guild, 166, 343.
-, —— justice, 23, 162, 166, 168; no procurators allowed in, 236.

Coustoune (misprinted "Constoune"), 351; teinds of, 486.

Covenanters, fines for "dishanting ordinances," 71; execution of, 358; rising in west country, 89, 269, 270; attendance at kirks, 169, 281; fines for conventicles, 184, 223, 497; fines of "irregular persons," 320; keeping conventicles or resetting outed ministers, 200; band against conventicles, &c., 247–8, 249–50; proceedings for suppression of conventicles, 257–8, 264–5, 502; removal of outed ministers and vagrant preachers, 264–5; nonconformist preachers to remove, 350; apologetical declaration, 372; penal laws suspended, 404. See also Declaration.

Cowcaddens, 270, 279, 358, 362; meikle, 350.

Cowlairs, 217–9, 225, 303, 498.

Cow loan, 514.

Crackling house, 269–70, 279, 287, 358–9; quarry, 270.

Crafts, deacons of, 36, 155.

Crafts' hospital, 4, 19, 171; bucket or arms money for, 107, 114, 145; trades' land in Saltmarket, 321.

Craigs, dyke built by merchants at, 140; loss by tenants during rebellion, 278; kilns of Westercraigs, 289, 311, 313, 332, 336.

Crawfurd's dyke, 260.

Crawfurd's burn (Cartsburn), 329.

Cropnestock, 93, 265, 269, 349, 530, 546.

Cross, market, 50; bonfire at, 514.
-, —— above, 541–4, 551.

Crubbs, 349.

Cumnock, parson of, 351.

Cunshlie bog in Provan, 468, 521.

Custom house at bridge, 346.

Customs. See Common good.

Cutler, licence to a, 278.

Dancing, 24.

Danish forces, 460, 472, 518, 522.

Dassigreen, 40, 83, 533, 546.

Deacon convener, 21; leets for, 112, 144; decease of, 121, 124; contested proceedings as to election of, 323–6, 328–9, 521–2. See Election.

Dean of guild, 21 (see Election); suspension of, 55–7; vacancy supplied, 58, 124; substitute, 133, 286, 308; leets for, 189–90.
-, —— courts, 166, 343.

Dean of guild's house, coal and candle to, 502, 524.

Deanside, 349, 533.

Deathbed, law of, 13.

Deaths, register of, 146, 212–3, 450.

Debauchery and drunkenness, 441–2, 464–5.

Debts, town's, 243, 275, 339, 342, 410, 427–9.

Declaration, subscribing, 24, 215–6, 227, 275, 292; new test, 301, 306, 323, 338; disqualification for not taking, 308.

Decreets of courts, 166.

Dee bridge, 45.

Defence of town, 89, 415, 417, 419; letter of thanks from privy council, 451.

Dinner on election day, 61, 65, 157, 513; at setting of common good, 94, 155, 315, 495.

Distraction, cases of, 10, 60; poor boy gone mad, 27.

Diurnals, news letters and "gazetis," 20, 28, 51, 59, 68, 110–1, 133, 152, 233, 289, 301, 320, 338, 378, 484, 491–2, et seq. in Accounts.

Diurnals and printed papers, 289.

Dogs at landmarket, 445.

Dort, staple at, 211.

Doughhill, 542.

Douglas, parson of, 351.

Dovecot (Doucat) on Little Green, 528.

Dowhill, 349, 546; new vennel in, 181; ground at, for washing and drying clothes, 296–7, 510.

Dowhill's land in Saltmarket, 263–4, 277, 280–1.

Doyts, 219, 231, 255.

Dragoon, loss of horse of, 362.

Dragoons, coal and candle to, 386; quartering, 505, 524.
-, —— English, 443, 519–20.

Drugs, mendicaments, and plasters supplied, 16, 28, 104, 167, 184, 247, 266, 274, 342, 489, et seq. in Accounts.

Drum, "bank" through town, 224.

Drumclog, 269.

Drumikill, garrison at, 461.

Drummers, town's, 26, 484, 514; annual fees of, 485; clothes for, 121; Yule wages of, 215.

Drygate, 50, 83, 219, 381, 528; bridge, 450; burn, beyond, 544–5.

Drymen, teinds of, 449, 482.

Dumbarton, 225; joint offers dealing with, for imported goods, 9, 10, 300; law pleas, 22, 24, 25, 26, 44, 47, 49, 51, 66, 67, 72–8, 83; decrees of court, 72–8; coopers of, 107; joining in proceedings against Greenock, 201–3, 212, 459–60; bridge over Leven, 330, 382; excise of shire, 437.

Dumfries, 73, 87; horse hires to and from, 302, 362.

Dundee harbour, 132, 134, 146.

Dundonald, earl of, his burial, 382–3.

Dunedin (Duneaton), bridge over, 314, 316.

Dunlop, minister at, 467.

Dunnotar, 524.

Durisdeer, parson of, 351.

Dutch women, donation to, 260.

Eaglesham, parson of, 351.

Eddleston, parson of, 351.

Edinburgh, ministers of, 32; letters from provost of, 193, 245; plea by merchant of, against Glasgow, 222–3; stage coach to, 253; coach hires from, 302; expenses to, 315, 364–5; castle, 407.

Egleshames croft, 129–31, 349, 545.

Election of provost, bailies, and councillors, 17–20, 40–2, 44, 62, 88, 97, 111, 122–4, 143–4, 156, 161–4, 170–1, 186–9, 208, 226, 242, 257, 274–5, 286, 304, 322–3, 341, 367–8, 377–9, 386–7, 391–2, 407–9, 417–8, 425–6, 433–5, 463–4; free election by poll, 425–6; new elections authorised by privy council, 305–6; letters from King as to, 143, 156, 158, 274, 390, 401, 405, 407–8, 413–4, 417–8, 433–4, 510; penalties for non-acceptance, 208; keepers of change houses or taverns not eligible, 464–5; dinner on election day, 61, 65, 157, 513. See also Magistrates.

Election of dean of guild, deacon convener, treasurer, procurator, master of work, water bailie, bailie of Gorbals, visitors, and officers, 21, 43, 44, 63, 88, 89, 97, 98, 100, 111–2, 117, 124–5, 145, 157, 164, 172, 190–1, 208–9, 227, 242, 258–9, 275, 286, 305–6, 308, 323–7, 341–3, 368, 370, 379–80, 392, 394, 409, 419, 435–6, 467; keepers of change houses or taverns not eligible, 464–5, 467; agreement thereanent, 476–7.

Entertainments, 155, 511, 521.

Epigrams by Ninian Paterson, 241.

Eque, town's, on settlement of crown dues, 138.

Erskine, parson of, 351.

Excyse payable by town, 1, 2, 3, 14, 345; tack of, 3, 397–8, 410, 437; collectors of, 189, 359, 410; accounts of, 58; intromissions with, 339–41; duty on malt, 90, 156–7, 201, 212, 230, 254, 345, 370, 375, 380, 387–8; book, 189, 195; on brandy, 220–2; of shire, 437, 453, 500.

Executioner, allowance to, 358.

Fair, Glasgow, 270; proclamation of, 318; riding the, 508.

Fairfoul, archbishop, claim by children of, 50.

Fencing, 24.

Feuduties owing to archbishop, 162.

Feuduties and annualrents, collection of, 286–7, 381, 486, 489; rental of, 527–51; redemption of, 181, 226, 486, 489.

Fiddlers and drummers, 510.

Fighting and jangling, 33.

Figs, gift of, 412.

Fines for neglecting ordinances, 71 (see Covenanters); in town court (see Unlaws).

Fire, contribution for losses by, 20, 23, 114, 243–6, 276, 299, 371, 491; precautions against, 97, 114, 132, 245, 252, 276–7, 288; clearing ground after, 246, 251; rebuilding burnt lands, 287; water spout for quenching, 288; hides lost in stopping, 362, 367.

Firlots, keeping of, 97, 99, 142, 239–40.

Fish, white, buying and selling, 123; supply of fresh, 132.

Fishing, 16, 252–3, 255, 260.

Fishing company or society, royal, 238, 327–8, 331–4, 343–4, 345–6, 364, 367, 393–4, 401, 511, 519.

Flanders, 173.

Flemington, 82, 486, 490, 545.

Fleshers, regulations for, 15, 17, 43, 105–6, 146, 191, 204, 216–7; not to kill animals in streets, 84, 120, 125, 148; killing houses, 128; booths and houses for, 137, 172; contract with cordiners, 209–11; contravention of acts, 252; at landmarket, 445.

Fleshmarket, 105–6, 125, 148, 216, 237, 256–7, 299; annual from, to crofts hospital, 4, 19, 496; town's tenement at, 102, 107; purchase of land at, 58, 62, 63, 64, 83, 218, 256–7; sale of land at, 10, 83, 85, 158, 197, 204, 269–70; rental of, 550; booths at back of, 137; horse guard at, 242.

Floack bridge, 86.

Flood, 82.

Flowers for council house and kirks, 338, 462, 519, 522; to yard in merchants' hospital, 507.

Fore stairs, rafters in, 33; commodious walk under, 57; erecting, 182, 254, 280.

Foundlings, expenditure for, 510, 513–4, 516.

France, coins sent to, 255.

French grammar, printing of, 475, 520.

Friar meadow, bridge at, 151.

Fruit sellers, 151.

Gairbraid, 350.

Gallowgait, 20, 50, 83, 130, 362, 371, 405, 450, 529–33, 540–1, 551; port, 53; burn, 114, 130, 528, 530, 532; bridge, 270, 371.

Gallowmuir, 48, 98, 99, 100, 486, 529–33, 547–9.

Galstounes park, 218.

Gardeners, petition of, 30, 457, 462; act in favour of, 37; letter of deaconry to, 472–5; visitor of, 100, 124. See Election.

Garngad and Garngadhill, 98, 99, 100, 494, 529, 534, 549–50.

Garnkirk, 221.

Garroch, 350, 486.

Garvall point, 252, 255.

Gazettes. See Diurnals, etc.

German minister, 522.

Germiston, lands of, 457.

Gibson's Wynd, 276–7.

Gifts by town to various persons, 47, 66, 110, 137, 141–2, 150, 158, 160, 384, 390, 412, 420, 510.

Ginger, 174.

Glasgow burn, 270.
-, —— Primo, parson of, 351.
-, —— Secundo, prebendary of, 351.
-, —— archdeacon of, 351.

Glasses, liberty to sell, 171; bottle, 512.

Glebe, parson's, 506; of Barony minister, 502, et seq. in Accounts.

Golden Acre, 545.

Goldsmith admitted burgess, 49; cups made by, 54; gold and silver boxes supplied, 140, 378, 406, 502, 509.

Goosednbs, 140–1.

Gorbals, 51, 60; price of, 490; fermes, maills and feuduties of, 486; excise of, 3, 4, 6, 500; houses in muir of, 17, 224; coal pits in, 69, 70, 281, 284, 423, 503; fire at, 20, 23, 389–90; causeway at, 46, 224; officer of, 46; school, 53; confirmation charter, 59, 63, 125; feu-duty of, 66, 113, 499; bailie of, 63 (see Elections); court of, 368, 383; cordiners and tanners of, 78–81, 115; hammermen of, 113, 115; skinners of, 176–7; weavers of, 115; militia horse of, 121; pumps in, 129; house and tower in, 138, 140; survey of, 152; maltmen in, 155; brewers in, 413; tacks of lands, 155; highways, 224–5; laws against conventicles, &c., 248; discharging meal markets in, 282; teind barn in, 287, 385, 512; teinds of, 482, 484 (et seq. in Accounts); trees in, 403; wrights of, 353–7; orchard and house, 173, 175, 183, 238–9, 246, 285; washing-house, 385; hedge about yard, 519.

Govan, bridges on road to, 25, 37.
-, —— kirk of, 65, 185; bell of, 335, 506.
-, —— parson of, 351.
-, —— Little, 225.

Govan parish, excise of, 3, 4, 53.

Grammar School, 50, 51, 216, 438, 522; feuduties belonging to, 550–1. See also School.
-, —— Wynd, 79, 196, 200, 256–7; port, 551.

Grave makers, 44, 45, 71, 101–2, 180, 444–5.

Green cloth for council table, 301.

Green, New, lands purchased for, 11, 22, 30, 33, 40, 43, 50, 51, 52, 53, 61, 64, 71, 78, 83, 93, 149, 265, 269–71, 275, 295–6, 310, 318, 328, 384, 451, 503 (et seq. in Accounts); supervision of, 68; set of grass, 59, 218, 445, 482; losses of tacksmen, 277, 362, 385; dyke of, 127, 142, 161, 299, 406, 495, 511, 513; causeway at, 131; race round, 196; ploughing and harrowing, 299, 445; drawing salmon nets on, 309; teinds of, 349; boundaries of, 350; dressing of, 492; cleansing, 514; keeping of, 493; bridge at, 109, 142; feu-duty to St. Nicholas' hospital, 507.

Green, Old or Meikle, 14, 59, 141; set of common good at, 93; set of grass, 14, 179, 218 (see Common Good); loss to tacksman, 385.
-, —— Little, 141, 528; bridge at, 82, 264.

Greens, against bestial on, or removing stobs, 442.

Greenhead, 141, 533–4.

Greenland fishing, 173.

Greenock, proceedings against, for using free trade, 199, 201–3, 208, 212, 227–8, 230, 260–3, 268, 275, 283, 291–2, 307, 459–60; against employing boats belonging to, 207, 232; royal fishery house at, 327–8, 519 (see Fishing Company).

Greyfriar port, 83, 110; wynd, 280, 423.

Guard, town, 89, 415, 417, 419, 451; corporal of, killed, 469–70; a smith injured, 475.

Guard-house, 65, 226, 237, 363. See also Horse guard.

Guards, coal and candle supplied to, 63, 104, 111, 132, 224, 268, 298, 362, 386, 393, 437.
-, —— barns and house furnished to, 299.

Gunpowder, 412, 520.

Guschat fold, 225,

Gutters, 84, 119, 141, 182.

Hackney coaches, 166.

Halberts (partizans) to be made, 276; for riding the fair, 508.

Halhill mill, 221, 224, 226, 237.

Hamilton, 128, 236, 242, 269, 315, 376, 394, 422, 453, 514.

Hammermen, regulations for, 213–4.
-, —— of Glasgow and Gorbals, 113.

Hartsfield, 546–7.

Hearths, list of, for hearth money, 465–6.

Hedge, quickset, 519.

Hen croft, 349.

Heritors and tenants, list of, 450–1.

Herring fishing at the Isles, 16, 291; liberty to salt herring, 238; yairs, 252–3, 255, 260.

Herrings, gifts of, 47, 66, 159, 321, 510.

Hides, sale of, 56; faulty, 146–7; used in stopping fire, 362, 367.

Hieland Donald, 513–5.

High commission, 27.

High Street, 223, 268, 541–4, 551; house opposite college, 162. See also Vennel.

Highland host, 254.

Highlands, malt to, excise free, 201.

Highway to Bishopbriggs, 390; to Partick, 402.

Highways in shire, 236.

Holland, 231; bell sent to, 128, 142.

Horologes in tolbooth, 253–4; in High Kirk, 302; in Hutchesons' Hospital, 336, 507.

Horse guard, 149–50, 242. See also Guard house.

Horses, loss of, 40, 180, 367, 401, 503, 522; baggage, 267, 375–7, 407, 510–1, 515–6. See also Dragoons.

Hospitals to be free of cess, 309–10.

Houses, ruinous, 165, 229, 255; building material of, 158, 244–5, 248–9, 303, 318–9, 478; stone "lumheid," 272; encouragement for building, in stone, 280–1, 318–9, 505; list of, for hearth money, 465; rental of, 451.

Howgait, causeway at, 110, 153, 161, 216.

Hungarian, a refugee, 328.

Hutchesons' hospital, 5, 7, 11, 26, 84, 156, 295, 300, 308, 318, 320–1, 440, 449; master of, 69; places in, 13, 47, 440; horologes in, 336, 507; bell, 512; schoolmaster in, 458; allowance to daughter of George Hutcheson, 262, 283; her funerals, 358.

Idiot, care of, 96.

Idle persons and vagabond beggars, 471. See also Beggars.

Imported goods, 436.

Impost on brandy, 212, 220–2; on ale and beer, 395–9, 400, 409–10, 421–2, 436; on wine, 475–7.

Inchgreen, 75.

Indigo imported, 436–7.

Inventory of town's papers, 439.

Inveraray, 138, 520; meal sent to garrison at, 416, 423.

Inverness, 314, 505.

Ireland, trees from, 229; leather from, 299, 307, 458.

Irish victuals, 225, 499.

Irvine, 73, 422, 450; minister at, 467.

Isles, bishop of, 291.
-, —— fishing at, 16, 291.

Jailor. See Tolbooth.

Jamaica, 117, 493.

James VI., King, 74, 77, 79.
-, —— VII., King, oath of allegiance to, 372–3; address to, 373–4; birthday, 379, 404, 415, 510, 512; left kingdom, 420. See York, duke of.

Jedburgh, 67.

Jermiston, lands of, 457.

Joceline, bishop, 76.

Justice court, 23. See Court.

Justiciary, commissioners of, 372; lords of, 508.

Kelso, minister from, 314, 316; contribution to, 359.

Kelvin, water of, 77.
-, —— pott, 261.

Kensington, court of, 456.

Keppoch hill foot, 161.

Keppoches, 351.

Kilbride, parson of, 351.

Kilburnie-Greenock, as to buying, 36, 42, 96.

Killcroft, 131.

Killearn, parson of, 351; minister at. 450.

Kilmarnock, fire in, 108–9; carrying ammunition to, 514.

Kilns, hearth money for, 465; rental of, 533, 544–5.

Kilpatrick, cooper of, 107.

Kilsyth, 319, 510, 515.

Kilwinning, minister at, 467–8.

Kinclaith, 30, 33, 43, 45, 50, 53, 64, 71, 78, 93, 349, 493, 530, 545.

Kinninghouse, bridge at, 37.

Kirk's land in Saltmarket, 277.

Kirkintilloch, 515.

Kirkmaho, parson of, 351.

Kirks, 338, 452, 462, 519, 522; keeping order in, during service, 23, 52; attendance at, 169; roses and flowers for, 338. See Flowers.
-, —— Barony, ministers of, 2, 22, 45, 53, 64, 89, 115, 117, 137, 150, 157,175, 194, 220, 366; manse and glebe, 110, 502 (et seq. in Accounts), 524.
-, —— Blackfriars or College, fabric of, 433; ministers of, 2, 5, 34, 36, 40, 292–4, 328; bequest for, 13; beddell in, 12; bell in steeple, 128, 142, 494; endowment for stipend, 293–4, 300, 308, 318, 320–1, 328–9, 449.
-, —— Cathedral or High, fabric of, 15, 23, 24, 30–1, 37, 47, 52, 53, 63, 98, 125–6, 169, 172, 214, 235, 255, 344, 346, 357, 444, 510–1, 521–2; pews in, 235; horologe at, 302, 310; bell, 512; ministers of, 2, 5, 43, 150, 161, 215, 285, 293, 314, 385; care of, 48, 98, 125, 492; overseer of, 214, 409; clock in, 382; bedell in, 12; interment in, 230; visitation of, 125–6; yard at back of, 181, 182–3, 218, 361; King's seat in, 363; council seat in, 462; other seats in, 440, 471, 516–7, 520; precentor in, 261, 502.
-, —— Outer High, fabric of, 160; seats in, 460, 515–7, 520; ministers of, 2, 53, 152; precentor, 496, 502.
-, —— St. Andrew's, 130, 405.
-, —— St. George's, 405.
-, —— Tron or Laigh, fabric of, 7, 370, 438, 514, 522; copper spout, 517; seats in, 460–1, 516–7, 520; council seat in, 520; steeple, 514; weathercock on steeple, 491; bell, 512, 514; steeple door, 513; session house in, 281; ministers of, 2, 4, 53; reader in, 46; beddell in, 16, 52, 70, 198, 484; precentor in, 228, 502. See also New Kirk.

Kirk, Wynd, 404–5, 431, 438, 460–1, 515–6, 520, 522. See also Ministers.

Kirk seats, let of, 7, 100, 429–31, 440, 457, 460–1, 471; putting up, 432–3, 517; collection of rents, 515–7, 520.
-, —— session, 5, 12; clerk of, discharged, 237; appointment of clerk, 236; session house, 281.

Kirkyard, High, throughstanes in, 1, 12, 23, 160, 165, 224; burial places in, 69, 444; overseer of burial places, 444–5; building piece of dyke for tombs, 149, 319; addition to, 182; entry at, 218; repairing dyke, 241.

Ladders, town's, 132, 288.

Ladles, set of, 14 (See Common good); loss by tacksmen of, 421; complaint against laidlers, 108; burgesses refusing payment, 193–4, 266–7; dues payable by importers and sellers, 282.

Lambhill, 350.

Lanark, free holders of shire, 122; meeting with commissioners of shire, 159–60, 236, 282, 282–3, 422, 453; head courts of shire, 199, 213; excise of shire, 437, 453, 500; bridge between Hamilton and, 242, 500; sheriff of, 128, 248.

Landmarket, 213, 295, 445.

Land meithing, 514.

Lands and tenements, rental of, 450–1. See also Common lands.

Lauriation of a student, 260, 500.

Lead from High Kirk, 5.

Leather imported by Greenock, 283 (see Greenock) from Ireland, 299, 307, 458.

Leighton, Robert, archbishop, desired to remain, 167 (see also Archbishops); mortification by, 240–1, 243–4, 247, 289, 402, 413, 501, 523–4.

Leitch's yard, 182.

Leith, soapwork at, 173.

Lennox, duke of, attendance on, 139; entertainment to, 140–2, 494.
-, —— lady, 142.

Leper hospital, 486.

Lesmahagow bridge, 95.

Leven, water of, 74; bridge over, 330.

Light burn in Provan, 461.

Lilliesleaf, parson of, 351.

Limeholes, 33.

Limehouse and Limehousboig, 214–5, 218, 224, 256, 303, 545.

Linlithgow measures, 316; minister at, 521.

Linningshaugh (Lynnings haugh), 11, 22, 30, 33, 35, 39, 45, 66, 71; rent of, 490, 502, 508, 524; bridge at, 54, 58; confirmation charter, 59, 63; feu-duty of, 494, 517; teinds of, 349.

Litsters, tack of walk mill, 64, 158; free burgesses, 126; letter of deaconry, 158.

Loans (Lones), 33. See Streets.

Loch Long, 78.

Lochryan, 280.

Logwood, 174.

London, commissioners to King at, 133–5, 137, 150, 429–31, 440–1, 495; friend in, 142; agents in, 158; herrings and strong waters sent to, 159; hackney coaches in, 166.

Longcroft, 256–7, 349, 531.

Loudon hill, 269; baggage horse lost at, 270.

Luss, parson of, 351.

Lyon King of Arms, 117.

Magistrates, applications for right to elect, 131–5, 137, 429–32, 438–9, 442–3, 447–9; right granted, 433–4, 453–6, 463–4, 517–8.

Malsmyre, bridge at, 37.

Malt ground at mills, 90.
-, —— excise on, 156–7, 201, 212, 230, 246, 254, 262, 339, 345, 370, 375, 380, 387–8, 421–2; stent on, 475–7; check on brewed, discontinued, 235.

Maltmen, regulations for, 118, 155, 233–5, 476–7; visitor of, 118, 326–7, 435–6, 476–7 (See Elections); in Gorbals, 155, 234–5; charter to, of Balgray, 196; overtures for beir market, 271; action by, against dean of guild, 383.

Manners, mistress of, 180, 500.

Manufactory, money left for, 25; house, 121, 199, 219, 381, 482; privileges of, 303.

Market, against forestalling, 194.

Market, "beir," 271; flesh (see Fleshmarket); land (see Landmarket).

Martyrs' monuments, 358.

Mary, Queen, 532.

Mary, Queen, and King William. See William.

Masonry, architecture and, 259.

Master of Work, 21; annual fee of, 485; payments to, 483, et seq. in Accounts. See Election.

Meadowflat, 349.

Meal brought from Stirling, 377, 510; sent to Inveraray, 416, 423.

Mealmarket, 14, 282 (see Common Good); yard at back of, 65, 486.

Mealmen to become burgesses, 401.

Measures, changing, 311, 316, 330.

Medicine. See Drugs, etc.
-, —— doctor of, 319. See Physicians.

Meeting houses, 404–5, 431, 438, 457, 460–2, 515–7, 520.

Melfort, earl of, gratuity to, 395–6, 400.

Merchants of Glasgow, act of parliament to, 18; property of, in Saltmarket, 263–4, 321; hospital, 21, 39, 86, 171; bell of, 181; yard in, 507 (see also Bridgegate Steeple); bucket or arms money for, 107, 114, 145; dyke at the Craigs, 140; tenants of Craigs, 278; Aird's mortification to, 141; legacy by Zacharias Zibbs, 308, 318.

Merkdailly (Markdaylie), 350; meeting-house, 405, 461–2, 520.

Militia, outputting, 111, 282, 337, 376.

Militia horses, with riders, 114, 121, 153, 332, 353, 357, 366–7, 385–6, 509; trumpeter, 507. See also Soldiers.

Milldam (Mylnedame) crooks of, 52, 61, 78, 93, 533, 546.
-, —— head, 533.

Millhill, 451, 530, 546.

Mill lands, 527, 533.

Mills, 66, 107, 110, 534; collections of excise at, 359; loss to tacksmen of, 421–2; wickets at, 119; set of, 14 (see Common Good); town, 272, 527, 534; security for tacksman of, 352; tacksmen to pay dues, 392; hearth money for, 465. See also Partick; and Subdean's mills.

Millstones from town's quarry, 81.

Milton of Provan, teinds of, 110, 349, 351; feuduty of, 424–5.

Ministers, death and removal of, 1; calls to, and appointments of, 2, 4, 5, 27, 29, 31, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 46, 53, 55, 153, 157, 159, 279, 285, 292–4, 314, 360, 383–4, 439, 443, 447, 450, 459, 467, 468; payment of stipends, &c., to, 4, 12, 15, 22, 32, 33, 44, 47, 64, 89, 157, 220, 328, 484–5 (et seq. in Accounts); payments to occasional, 5, 31, 49, 50, 150, 152, 227–8, 452, 489 (et seq. in Accounts); translation of, 26; abuse of, 6; allowance to relicts and executors of, 21, 32, 34, 152, 157; lodgings or dwellings of, 69, 103, 361, 491 (et seq. in Accounts); Barony manse and glebe, 502; transport of, 160, 400, 509–10, 522; visitation by, 215; presbyterian ministers restored to churches, 452. See also Kirks; Parson.

Minstrel. See Piper.

Moffat, parson of, 351.

Molendinar (Malyndonar) burn, 182–3, 350; flood in, 82. See also Gallowgate burn.

Money lent to replace losses, 40, 60.
-, —— bad, 516.

Monkland, 279.

Montebank, cutting off leg, 330.

Montrose, marquis of, letters as to bailiary of regality, 311, 319.

Moodie's mailling, 127, 215, 217–9, 225, 303.

Morbattle, parson of, 351.

Multurers' money, 514.

Musician, town's, 120, 492. See also School.

Mutton market, 223.

Navigation, teaching of, 308, 505, 507, 509.

Ness at Inverness, bridge over, 314, 505.

Newark, 75; purchase of lands of, 101–2. See Newport Glasgow.

New Kirk (St. Mary and St. Anne), annual rents of, 530–2, 534.
-, —— yards of, 532.

Newport Glasgow, pier or harbour, 101, 103, 132, 154, 204, 209; boat for passing to, 103; shipping at, 203–7, 239–40; houses and cellars at, 103–4, 107, 108–9, 113, 132, 138–9, 176, 196, 203, 207, 393, 466–7; slates for, 493; town's work at, 119, 125, 139, 145; town's house of, 128, 209; person to occupy house, 128; smithy and smith's house at, 128, 227, 231, 237, 295; sea marks at, 137, 180; dyke about town's ground, 142; bailie of, 168, 466; cess, feuduty, &c., 193, 497; inspection of, 198, 225, 466–7; bulwark at, 215, 499; buying trees for breastwork, 229, 231; quarry at, 219; custom office, 219, 227; keeper of close and cellars, 219, 334; land given off for building houses, 220, 231, 235, 236–7; docking of ships, 284, 302; "weiz" at, 289–90, 295; anchorage dues, 335; place for keeping coals, 336–7; vending ale, beir or wines at, 337.

News letters. See Diurnals.

Newton, Nether, 351.
-, —— Over, 351.

Nicolhouse, 350.

Noblemen, drink spent with, 155.

Nomine Jesu, prebend of, 532–3.

Officers, clothing for, 4, 113; inquiry if burgesses, 440; deposition of, 68; restored, 72; allowance to, at setting of common good, 14, 94 (see Common good); complaints against, 94; carrying halberts, 149; allowancss to, 270, 406, 508.

Old Wynd, 67.

Orange, Prince of, 470. See William.

Oven for a baker, 274.

Oysters, buying and selling, 123.

Painter admitted burgess, 120, 238.

Paisley, shoemakers of, 200.

Palzeoun croft, 349.

Parliament, commissioners to, for town, 15, 17, 122, 148, 178, 252, 372–3, 466; for shire, 122, 159, 209, 213, 298; report of proceedings, 18, 301, 303, 504; expenses attending, 148–9, 302, 374–5; protest as to precedence in, 373; ratification by, of town's privileges, 453–4.

Paper and books for town, 519.

Parnie Street, 276–7.

Parson, house maill of, 69, 103, 136, 191–4, 224, 494; alleged defamation of, 116; brought from Ashkirk, 509.

Parsonage of Glasgow, 11, 12, 31, 113.

Parson land, 98, 486, 490.

Partick, brewers in, 4; bridge, 51, 400, 402, 406, 511; mill, 59, 66, 350; new mill of, 107, 110, 485; miller of, 388; new mill dam of, 180, 184; highway to, 402; walkmill of, 433, 510.

Partizans (halberts) to be made, 276; for riding the fair, 508.

Peatbog, 40, 71, 78, 83, 533, 546.

Pecks, 14 (see Common good); loss by tacksman of, 330–1, 421; breaking of, 421–2.

Pestilence, precautions against, 61, 67.

Petershill in Easter Common, 90, 91, 108.

Peter's Mailling, 81, 215, 217–9, 225, 303.

Physician, town's common, 247, 343, 368, 501, 508. See Surgeons.

Physicians and chirurgeons. See Surgeons.

Piper or minstrel, common, 197, 505.

Pipes, house for drying, 97; clay for making, 147–8, 185; maker of, 112.

Pirries bog, 546.

Plasterer admitted burgess, 238.

Plummers-holl, 54.

Poland, ministers from, 227–8; training ministers for Little, 308.

Poll money, 116.

Poor, support of, 7–9, 24, 25, 34, 54, 85, 164, 172, 195, 197, 342, 368, 440, 445, 483, 498, 511; collections for, at kirk doors, 68; money left by a merchant in Ireland, 148; rolls of, 164, 197, 221, 439; mortified lands to be free of cess, 310. See also Charitable donations; Drugs, &c.

Port-Glasgow, lands of Newark purchased for, 101. See Newport.

Portrait of King Charles I., 136, 238, 241–2, 244.
-, —— King Charles II., 136, 139.
-, —— Duke of York, 343.

Ports, closing of, 61; bridge port, 159, 259; port at Bell's Wynd, 260; Stablegreen, 345; Grammar School, 551. See also West Port.

Possil, Over, 351, 486.

Post, foot, 5, 22; horse, 22, 194, 321; common, 91, 140, 179, 194; postmaster, 378, 459; bringing news from parliament, 303, 504; post letters, 494.

Postmaster allowed burgess privileges, 338.

Potterig, 75.

Prebends in New Kirk, 530–2, 534.

Precentors, 4, 46, 228, 261, 309, 496, 502.

Prices of bread, tallow, and candle, 21, 43, 63, 64, 89, 98, 112, 125, 145, 157, 164, 172, 191, 208, 227, 242, 259, 275, 287, 306–7, 324, 342, 369, 380, 391, 406, 416, 436, 468; old acts to be enforced, 242.

Prince of Wales (1688), birth of, 412.

Princes Street, 276, 423.

Printer, town's, 226, 228, 280, 423, 485, 492.

Printing books, 241, 351–2, 475, 500, 508, 520.

Prisoners taken to Edinburgh, 515; to Inveraray, 520. See Tolbooth.

Procurator fiscal, 44, 117; annual fee of, 485. See Election.

Profanation, 33.

Provan, securities by laird of Silvertonhill over, 7, 9, 29, 44, 47; purchase of, 88, 90, 95, 394; payments for, to Barony minister, 110; confirmation of charters, 114, 115–7, 125, 136–8; bailie and collector of, 99, 110, 137, 191, 224; chamberlains of, 458–9; writs of, 246; tenants of, 102–3, 110, 111, 128, 131, 136, 184, 215, 221, 243, 258, 260, 381, 390, 458–9; moveables in hall of, 103–4; mansion house, 104, 493; coble for loch of, 104; casting of lochs, 136–7; cast between the two lochs, 151; lands of, 122; mill of, 125, 136–7, 153–4, 161; appearance for, before sheriff, 128; "eque" on settlement of crown dues, 132, 151, 518; charges on, for levy of soldiers, 160; feuduties of, claimed by earl of Crawford, 165; accounts for, 185, 462; clay from, for tobacco pipes, 185; head courts of shire, 190, 213; water from loch to Hallhill mill, 221, 224, 226, 237; craig at Lightburn, 461; cast at Cunshlie bog, 468, 521; proposal to sell, 243; laws against conventicles, &c., 248, 258, 260; repairs at, 299; proposed sale of, 446.

Provanside, 349, 530, 534, 545.

Provost (see Election), abuse of, 250–1, 329, 399, 400; grant to, 366; disallowed, 369; deposed, 386, 388–9; annual fee of, 485; intromissions of, 443–4, 446, 448, 456–7.

Provosts, protests among present and former, 339–41.

Provosthaugh, 350; drawing salmon nets on, 309.

Puckie (Peikie) and mill, 28, 29, 32, 44, 66, 79, 93, 225, 289. See also Scotstarvit.

Quarry, town's, 81, 125–6.
-, —— (Quarrel) hill, tack of, 161.

Quartering soldiers, 1, 62, 151. See also Soldiers.

Quartermasters, 1, 225–6, 242, 287, 343, 402, 407, 439, 460, 502, 508.

Quarters, division of town into, 20, 48, 114, 127, 152, 202, 211.

Race, Glasgow, 51; cups for, 54; foot, 196.

Raisins, gift of, 412.

Ramshorn, 349.

Reader in Laigh Kirk, 46.

Rebellion, 277–8, 502; in 1685, 376, 385, 387, 392, 406, 508–9, 511; in 1690, 451.

Regality, lord of, duty payable to, 89, 90; bailie of, 247, 311–3, 318, 367; baron officer, 508.

Register of Baptisms, 405.
-, —— of the dead, 146, 212–3, 450.

Renfrew, 73; coopers of, 107; parson of, 351; minister at, 447, 450.
-, —— excise of shire, 437.

Rental, collection of money in town's, 67, 486, 489; detailed rentals (1590), 527–34; (1657–9), 535–51.

Rental of all lands and heritages in Glasgow, 450–1.

Reset of stollen gear, 116.

Revels, masters of, 315.

Ribbons for town's use, 508.

Robert I, King, 73, 76.

Rosa solis, 360–1.

Roses and flowers to council house and kirks, 338. See Flowers.

Rottenrow (Rattounraw), 50, 83, 224, 529, 542.
-, —— tennandry of, 543.

Round Croft, 13, 349.

Roxburgh, parson of, 351.

Rubbers, 513.

Ruinous houses, 165, 229, 255; lands to be rebuilt, 287.

Rutherglen, 160; way to, 224.

Rutters and dragoons, 505.

Sabbath, against profanation of, 30, 441–2.

Sack, liberty to sell, 171; belonging to unfreemen, 178.

St. Andrew, prebend of, 530–1.

St. Andrews, 28, 29, 79, 413; repair of college of, 335.

St. Andrew's Square, 130.

St. Enoch's (Sanctenewes) Wynd, 50; burn, 84, 270, 457; croft, 349; bridge, 450.

St. John's licht, 529.

St. Martin, prebend of, 530.

St. Mungo, 76.

St. Mungo's Lane, 114.
-, —— Little Kirk yard, set of, 14 (see Common good); dyke at, 295.

St. Nicholas hospital, 240, 402, 413, 497, 501, 507, 517, 523; overseers of, 449.

St. Ninian's (Mungo's) kirk yard. See St. Mungo's.

St. Roche, prebend of, 534.

St. Rollok's kirk yard, 54.

Salmon, breaker of, 123, 148; fry, 264; yairs, 252–3, 255, 260; nets on New Green, 309; stocks, 514.

Salt firlots, 97, 99, 142, 239–40.

Saltmarket, 20, 39, 50, 83, 97, 138–9, 158, 229, 237, 258, 263, 266, 280–1, 319, 360, 413, 450, 530, 536–8, 550; lane from, to Trongate, 276–7, 411, 503; buying house in Conynhames close, 289; bridge at, 82, 86.

Sanquhar, parson of, 351.

School, 184; French, dancing and fencing, 24; music, 12, 120, 261; Scots, 22, 23, 281; writing, 497, 499; for writing, reading, and arithmetic, 111, 148, 194, 399, 402–3, 458; teacher discharged to keep a school, 471; mistress of manners, 180; for teaching navigation, 308, 505, 507, 509; for teaching French, 475; fewness of scholars, 309; "bibleothic" or library, 317.
-, —— Grammar, 184; master and doctors in, 227, 236, 265, 268, 299, 301, 303, 433, 484, 523; relations of, with college, 380; against keeping school to detriment of, 471; a doctor suspended, 411–2.

Schoolmasters not to have pensions, 446.

Scotstarvet, lord, mortification by, 16, 22, 26, 28, 34; presentation of prentices, 93, 102. See also Puckie.

Scourge the poor, 507.

Sea venture, losses by, 60; loss by sea, 491.

Seamen, levy of, 160.

Seggiesholm (Saggieholme), 217–9, 225, 303, 498.

Sentry boxes, 407.

Sheep Craigs, 91.

Ship called the Salmond, 168.

Shipping and Navigation, 18, 204–7, 239–40.

Ships, book for entry of, 97, 99, 239–40.
-, —— of soaperie company, 173.

Ships fraughted for transport of soldiers, 447.

Shitt Wynd, fire in, 299, 420. See St. Enoch's Wynd.

Shops prohibited under stairs, 57.

Sighthill, 216, 303.

Silk weaver, privileges to, 134.

Silks and linens, dyeing, 309.

Silver boxes and ribbons for burgess tickets, 140, 494, 502, 508.

Silvercraigs in Argyleshire, 12, 28, 32, 33, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 60, 63, 70, 104, 122–3, 138–9, 475, 483, 492.
-, —— land, Saltmarket, 138–9.

Silvertonhill, laird of. See Provan.

Skellingsmyre, 98, 546.

Skinners of Glasgow and Gorbals, 176–7.

Slates, purchase of, 107.

Smithies, building, 16; hearth money for, 465; rent of, 486.

Soaperie company, 255–6, 275.

Soapmaking, 112.

Soapworks (Soaperie), 173, 175, 216, 251, 255–6, 499, 513.

Soldiers, money for, 85, 91, 100, 126, 132, 147, 153, 197–8, 199, 229, 269, 429, 446, 470–1, 522; quartering, 91–2, 160, 195, 200, 225, 229, 230, 238, 242, 287, 298, 307, 394, 409, 470–1, 505 (see also Militia, Quartering, and Quartermasters); levy of foot, 159, 160; levy of ten companies, 414–6; regiment disbanded, 419; damage by, 252, 255; men sent for defence of Stirling, 457–8; shoes to a regiment, 254; money lent to officers, 392, 519; fitting out horse, 422; furnishing of general's lodging, 363; ships fraughted for transport of, 447–8; fencible men in shire, 453; supplies to a garrison, 461.

Spotiswood's History, 76.

Spoutmouth, building at, 36; enlarging entry, 412–3.

Stablegreen, 50, 83, 529, 543.
-, —— port, 344; King's arms on, 345; outwith, 53, 54.

Stables in town, 460.

Stage coach to Edinburgh, 253.

Stairs. See Fore stairs.
-, —— liberty to build stair at Bridgegate, 346.

Staple ports at Campvere and Dort, 211, 315.

Stationer and printer, 226, 228, 280, 519.

Stent, payment of an old, 64; claim for share of imposition in 1650, 335; imposed by parliament, 90, 468–9; levied from landward owners of property in burgh, 198, 211, 393, 422, 468–9; imposed on malt and wine, 475–7; roll fixed by convention, 335.

Stentmasters refusing to act, 470.

Stinking Vennel, well at, 1, 268; causeway at, 35.

Stirling, 269, 515–6; men sent for defence of, 457–8; castle, 377, 419, 466; excise of shire, 437.

Stobcors, 92.

Stobo, parson of, 351.

Stocks, offenders put in, 6.

Stockwellgait, 20, 50, 83, 141, 216, 319, 532, 539–40, 551; well at, 17; school in, 148.

Stolen gear, 116.

Stone, cutter of the, admitted burgess, 47; salary of, 500–1, 508–9; new cutter appointed, 410.

Stones, winning, 55. See Buildings; Houses.

Storm, great, 185.

Stoups marked by dean of guild, 167.

Straits, trading to, 173.

Strangers, as to admission and removal of, 8, 9, 11, 12, 15, 31, 45, 50, 51, 52, 82, 100, 196, 442; against setting houses to, 30, 151–2, 178, 264, 322, 330, 471; lists of, 287, 322, 338, 371, 505, 507.

Streets, cleaning, 43, 84, 120, 145–6, 200, 287, 371; causeways, 53, 71, 110, 153, 161, 200, 216, 225, 264, 320, 370, 385, 413, 450, 457; walk under fore stairs, 57.

Struther's mortification, 152.

Students supplying minister's place, 31.

Subchanter's croft, 182.

Subdean's mills, 66, 82, 180, 181–2, 183–4, 191, 362, 491, 511; dam and lade of, 79–82; damage by flood, 82–86; miller in, 40, 182, 191. 291.

Subdeanery, former lands of, 543.

Sugar, 174.

Sugaries, sale of ground for, 197, 204, 271; two, 262, 303.

Surgeon (chyrurgian), town's common, 93, 104, 191, 247, 342–3, 368, 392, 409, 411, 494, 500, 508. See also Drugs, &c.

Surgeons (chyrurgianes) and physicians, 119, 121, 196, 271, 319, 330, 410, 524, 551; complaint by, 48; supplication of, 167; admission to freedom of, 271–4.

Swan's Yet, 173–4, 270, 349.

Swearing and banning, 33, 442.

Synod, commissioners to, 450, 467; chapter house for sittings of, 462.

Table cloth and napkins bought, 140; for council, 301.

Tallow, 21; not to be exported, 291. See Prices.

Tanners, purchase of hides by, 56; in Glasgow and Gorbals, 78–81; regulations of, 85, 86.

Tar tows, 513.
-, —— barrel for bonfire, 514.

Tarbolton, parson of, 351.

Taverns, money spent in, 342; closing of, 441–2; keepers of, 464–5, 467.

Taxation. See Stent.

Teinds, tacks of, 3, 53, 87, 97, 98, 113, 162, 243, 290, 292, 296, 311, 313–4, 347–51, 363, 370, 382, 392–3, 441, 449; sums payable by barony men, 36, 44, 45, 47, 48, 55, 60, 64, 98, 101, 126, 262, 361, 409, 424; acres about the town, 493, 504–6; liability of lands in town and barony, 381, 468; collection of, 486, 489, (et seq. in Accounts); sub-tacks of, 92, 98, 99, 100, 110, 299; persons liable for yards and enclosures, 296; application for gift of, 441, 449; allocation of, for ministers' stipends, 490; drawing of, 110; agreement for lands bought, 284.

Telpher's land, 289.

Tenement, back, in Saltmarket, 266.

Test. See Declaration.

Testimonials of strangers, 505. See Strangers.

Through stones. See Kirkyard.

Titwood, 17.

Tobacco, 22, 107, 174, 229, 300; duty on, 159.
-, —— pipes, makers of, admitted burgesses, 112; clay for making pipes, 147–8, 185.

Tolbooth, keeper of, 29, 91, 235, 343, 485, 502, 524; cautioners for keeper, 345; food given to prisoners, 54, 62, 278, 298; chimes in, 65, 68, 93, 231, 382; tuning bells, 168; horologes in, 253–4; keeper of clock and chime of bells, 259, 292, 361, 410, 452–3, 510; punishment of keeper and others for injuring prisoner, 83, 84, 87; repair of, 87, 299, 346, 385, 433, 438, 511; escape of prisoners, 91, 132, 135–6, 232, 494; liberation of prisoners, 108, 169; breaking, 421; booths near, 119, 486, 528–30; stair, 128, 131; cutting King's arms on, 237; drink to soldiers in, 268; executioner in, 358; wounded prisoners in, 376; sink at back of, 515; coal and candle to king's hall, 524.

Tombs in kirkyard, 149, 160.

Torphichen, 521.

Townhead, 182.

Treasurer, town, 21 (see Election); intromissions of, 481–524; annual fee of, 485.
-, —— lord high, 358, 365, 396.

Trees bought, 150.

Trium Puerorum, prebend of, 531.

Tron, 14; abatement to tacksman, 185, 519; used for storing ammunition, 519; inhabitants to bring goods to, 202; butter and cheese to be weighed at, 316; feuduty of, 485. See Common Good.

Tron (or Laigh) Kirkyaird, 178.

Trongait (St. Tenewsgait), 20, 50, 65, 83, 111, 178, 216–7, 237, 256, 318, 321, 370, 423, 529, 532, 534, 538–9, 550–1; well in, 1; "syre" at, 84; lane from, to Saltmarket, 276–7, 411; burnt house in, 276.

Troopers, supply to, 132. See also Soldiers.

Trumpeter, town's, 202; in militia troop, 507; trumpeters at circuit court, 507; horse hire, 514.

Trumpling Brae, 358.

Turks, ransom of captives, 4, 5, 7, 9, 35, 168, 211, 292, 307–8.

Turners, coins called, 146, 150.

Unfreemen using trade, 401.

Unfreemen's goods, 178, 193, 243, 436–7.

Unlaws or fines, application of, 61, 162, 172, 184.

Valuation of lands, 450.

Vennel, well at, 10; rig of land bought from commissary (New Vennel), 48, 49, 65, 66, 69, 78, 110, 150, 238; sale of surplus land, 78, 85.
-, —— Old or Stinking, 1, 35, 266–8, 521.

Vicar Alleys, 543.

Visitor of maltmen and mealmen. See Election.

Walk mill, tack of, 64, 158; maill of, 482; house belonging to, 510; mason work at, 433; feuduty of land at, 485.

Walnuts, 413.

Washing and bleaching, ground for, 150, 180, 181, 182–3, 238, 296–7, 361, 510.

Waste lands, 161.

Water bailie, 211 (see Election); annual fee of, 485; court of, 368, 383; inquiry if bailie a burgess, 440.
-, —— serjeant, 278; inquiry if serjeants burgesses, 440.

Waterford, in Ireland, 229.

Weathercock, 491.

Weavers, 226; privileges of, 303.
-, —— of Glasgow and Gorbals, 115.

Weighhouse, 260.

Weights for hides, 56.

Wells, 346; against bringing water from, on Sabbath, 442; Duncan Aikines well, 55, 60, 64; well at Barresyet, 24, 32, 513; Bogilles well, 36; well at Gallowgate bridge, 270; at Saltmarket, 413; at Spoutmouth, 36; at Old or Stinking Vennel, 1, 10, 521; at Stockwellgait, 17; at Trongait, 1; at and outwith West Port, 16, 378, 419–20, 483.

Westercraigs. See Craigs.

Western Islands, 498.

West Port, 318, 370, 378, 529, 534, 539–40; well outwith, 16; causeway outwith, 53; "syer" at, 84.

Wheat, 180, 518. See Prices.

Widows, allowance to, 128; to provide men for guard, 415.

William the Lion, King, 73, 76.
-, —— (Prince of Orange), King, and Queen Mary, 420, 429; address to, 441; gift by, of free election of magistrates, 432–4, 438–9, 442–3, 447–9, 453–6; oath of allegiance to, 432; proclamation of, 514.

Wines imported, 9, 10, 171, 174–5 (see also Dumbarton); gifts of, 110, 137, 141–2, 150, 160, 228, 269, 281, 298, 309, 384, 390, 402, 412, 498 (et seq. in Accounts); stent imposed on, 475–7.

Women, single or "orray," 30, 31, 45, 50, 52, 82, 119, 126–8, 178.

Woodside, 350.
-, —— North, 351.

Woollen work, 303.

Wrights, agreement with, 112; contracts between wrights of Glasgow and Gorbals, 353–7.

Wyndhead, 20, 50, 83, 180, 192, 541–4, 550.

Wynds, 20, 50, 83, 217, 405, 438, 539–40.

Yairs on Clyde, 252–3, 255, 260.

York, duke of (duke of Albany), visit to Glasgow, 39, 290, 292, 302–4, 311; wine sent to, 298; portrait of, 343. See also James VII.

Yule wages of drummers, 215.
-, —— day, 513.



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