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The references to the pages of the Preface, Additions and Supplementary Notes (i to dcxxxvi) are in figures, and as nearly as possible in chronological order. The letter a is prefixed to the figures referring to the pages of the Abstract (1 to 90).

Abbot, archbishop of Canterbury, 336.

Abercorn, James, earl of, 254, a63.

Abercromby, John, 541.

Aberdeen, 543–4, 78, 104, 118, 559, 147–8, 151, 563, 165, 172, 565, 185, 196, 221, 577, 255, 266, 280, 582, 295, 583, 329, 349–50, 367, 384, 389–90, 393, 404, 594, 407, 595, 447–8, 475, 498; bridge at, 390, 393; church of, 44; links at, 389; schools and university of, 44, 65, 274, 424; see of, 40.
-, — bishopric of, 40, 424. See also "Clergy."
-, — friars minors in, a7, a28, a32, a64, a71–2.
-, — magistrates of, 84; provost of, 596.
-, — quartermasters, 162.
-, — shire of, 448.

Aberdour, 126.

Abernethy (Abernethie), 44.
-, — John, bishop of Caithness, 385.

Aboyne, lord, 390.

Achonry. See "Killala."

Act of Abolition, a35.
-, — Classes, 514.
-, — Pacification, a35, a41.

Adam, James, 46.
-, — Robert, merchant, 605–8, 619–20.

Adamson, Patrick, archbishop of St. Andrews, 101, 133, 557.

Adrian IV., Pope, 54.

Adriatic, 61.

Agents. See "Law Advisers, Agents, &c."

Airlie, earl of, 398, 407, 457.

Aisdillis. See "Easdale."

Aitcheson, James, drillmaster, 338.

Alan, vicar and sacristan, a6.

Alaya, passage called the, a35, a74.

Albany, duke of, 27, 50.
-, — Charles, duke of, 192.
-, — Darnley, duke of, 87.
-, — John, duke of, 57, a14.
-, — regent, 52, 535.

Albany Herald, 536.

Alberic, the legate, 523.

Alcester, 453.

Alexander. See "Sovereigns of Scotland."
-, — III., pope, 523, 524, a4.
-, — prince of Scotland, 25.
-, — John, treasurer, 244.
-, — Robert, notary, 356.
-, — Sir William, secretary for Scotland, 323.

Alford, 452, 453.

Allan, Richard, 374, 380; bailie, 399; deacon convener, 372, 379; treasurer, 338.
-, — Robert, 412.
-, — Thomas, bailie, 507; treasurer, 475.
-, — or Fitz Allan, Walter, steward, 24, 30.
-, — son of Walter, the steward, 26.

Allansoun, James, deacon, 621.
-, — Mr. John, notary, 606–7.

Allhallow, or All Saints, chaplainry of, 552.

Alloa, 456.

Almanac. See "Calendar."

Almond, James, lord, 593.

Almshouses. See "Hospitals."

Altarages, Corpus Christi, a8; Nominis Jesu, 69, a17, a89; Our Lady of Pietie, 69, a17, a89; St. Ann, 69, a16; St. Christopher, 56, 59; St. Cuthbert, a7; St. Eloy, 64, a15; St. Kentigern, 34, 58, a5, a12; St. Mauchan, a7; St. Ninian, 78–9, a18; St. Thomas, 73, a17; Virgin Mary, a6. See also "Benefices" and under names of "Saints."

Amercements, king's, 8.

Amsterdam, 418.

Ancrum, 166, 245, a62.

Anderson (Andersoun), Andrew, printer, 592.
-, — Archibald, 290.
-, — George, printer, 592.
-, — George, of Wodsyd, 575.
-, — James, minister, Stirling, 124.
-, — John, 353–4, 356, 378, 407; captain, or skipper, 290, 394.
-, — John, bailie, 165, 174, 210, 275, 329–30, 372, 399, 422, 432, 445, 459, 470, 492, 606–8, 620–1; deacon convener, 328–9; master of work, 445; treasurer, 350, 471.
-, — Ninian, 229–30, 575, 621; bailie, 343, 372, 461, 470, 507, 518; deacon convener, 243, 576–7, 249, 262, 265, 314–5, 330, 338.
-, — Thomas, 541.
-, — William, 574, 577, 307; bailie, 210, 222, 224, 605–8, 619–20, a56, a58; master of work, 318, 328.

Andrew (Andro), David, deacon, a42.
-, — John, a73; port—keeper, 625.

Angus, Andrew, a61.
-, — earl of, 50–2, 80, 87, 104, 133, 135, a61.
-, — William, 244.

Annan, 284.
-, — William, minister, Ayr, 370.

Annandale, 382; lord of, 192.

Anne, queen of James VI., 66, 151, 287.
-, — queen, 308.

Annuals. See "Benefices."

Anstruther, Easter and Wester, 584, a74.

"Antelope," The, ship, 565, 451.

Anthony, a Lombard, physician, 26.

Antragues. See "D' Antragues."

Appleby Castle, 502, 504.

Arbroath, 262, 265, 267, 579; abbacy of, 312; abbey of, 50, 52–4, 129, 331; abbot of, 54, 72; commendator of, 114, 556; convent of, 5.
-, — quarter of Forfarshire, 162.

Archbishopric. See "Glasgow."

Archbishops. See "Clergy."

Archdeacons. See "Clergy."

Ardmanoch, Charles, lord of, 192; Darnley, lord of, 87.

Ardnamurchan, 40.

Ardneill, lands of, 103.

Argyle, 13, 14, 59, 185, 252, 449; earls of, 82, 545, 87, 90, 92, 550, 96, 99, 112, 164, 165, 389, 591, 391, 404–7, 419–21, 596; estates and family, 345.
-, — Archibald, earl of, 252, 383, a63.
-, — Colin, earl of, 130.
-, — marquis of, 427, 442, 446, 447–51, 452, 454, 467, 480–2, 486, 489, 504–6, 517.
-, — shire, a21.
-, — synod of, 385.
-, — university of, 424.
-, — and the Isles, see of, 40, 41. See also "Clergy."

Armadale in Sutherland, 26.

Armagh, 578.

Armourers, 64, a15.

Arms, providedandstorage of, 391, 417, 444, 464.

Army, runaways from, 493; soldiers and supplies for, 314, 338, 391, 439, 571, 451, 510; stent or taxation for, 440. See also "Quartering."

Arnot, Robert, tacksman, a63.

Arran, Archibald Hamilton of Hill, captain of, 139.
-, — earl of, 534, 52, 535, 537, 70, 72, 80, 81, 104, 114–5, 554, 134.
-, — captain Stewart, earl of, 117, 119, 121–5, 127–35.
-, — James, earl of, 62, 67, 68, 539, 70, 72, 540, a13, a16.

Arthurlie (Arthurlee, Arthourlie), 34, 234.
-, — Sir Thomas, 32, 337.

Articles of Perth. See "Perth."

Arundel, earl of, 281, 390, 393.

Ashburnham, 465.

Ashkirk, 245, a62.

Assembly, General. See "General Assembly."

Astrology, 582.

Athens, archbishop of, 72.

Athol above Isla, quarter of Perthshire, 162.

Athol below Isla, quarter of Perthshire, 162.

Athole, 452, 457.
-, — earl of, 96, 112, 407.
-, — earl and countess of, 25, 26.

Aubigny, lord of. See "D'Aubigné, lord."
-, — seigneurie of, 299.

Auchinbreck, 449.

Auchingeich, 105.

Auchinlocht, 105.

Auld Cruikestown, 116.

Auldearn, 452.

Auld Pedagogy, 32. See also "University."

Avignon, 22, 115.

Avondale, 86.
-, — lord, 51.

Ayr, 531–2, 39, 40, 533, 96, 103, 552, 113, 124, 559, 562–4, 167, 175, 181, 199, 208, 573, 575, 246, 296, 584, 337, 370, 431, 434, 451, a8, a24, a32–3, a36–9, a42, a53, a66, a73–4, a85, a87; shire of, 101, 125, 392, 455, 505, 626.
-, — minister of, 370.

Aytoune, Mr. W., procurator, 344.

Bacon, Francis, solicitor-general for England, 208.

Badenoch, 407, 447.

Badermonoc, lands of, 526, a4–5.

Badley. See "Bedlay."

Bagshot, 513, a77.

Bailiary of Glasgow. See "Glasgow."

Bailies. See "Glasgow."

Baillie, Alexander, bailie, 189.
-, — General, 593, 449, 452, 453, 454, 464, 476, 477, 488, 489, 503.
-, — Sir James, a73.
-, — Robert, principal of Glasgow University, 370, 588, 590, 392, 411, 594, 595. See also "Clergy."
-, — Thomas, 588.
-, — Sir William, of Lamington, 459.
-, — William, lord Provan, 560.

Baird (Bairdis), John, 360.

Bakers (Baxters), 76, 78, 550, a18, a24.

Balbardie, 116.

Balcanquhal (Balconwhal), Dr. Walter, dean of Durham, 590, 396.
-, — Walter, minister, Edinburgh, 169.

Balcarres, lord, 392.

Balfour of Burleigh, lord. See "Burleigh, lord."

Balgray, 165, a90.

Baliol (Balliol), Edward, 529, 23, 529.
-, — John, 18, 20, 23, a6.

Ballagane, 116.

Ballayn (Ballain), lands of, 526, a4–5.

Ballarnock, lands of, a80.

Ballencrieff, 116.

Balmerino, lord, 139, 205, 375, 419.

Balsac, Katherine, wife of Esme, duke of Lennox, 555.

Baltic, ports of the, 345.

Banbury Castle, 466.

Bancroft, doctor, bishop of London and archbishop of Canterbury, 152–3.

Band of manrent. See "Manrent, band of."

Banffshire, 389.

Bannockburn, battle of, 21.

Baptisms, &c. See "Registers of Baptisms, &c."

Baras-yett. See "South port."

Barbadoes, 504.

Barbers, 183.
-, — chirurgeons and, 179–83, 568, 570. See also "Physicians."

Barclay, George, bailie, 301, 306, 314, 317, 328, 330.

Barkers. See "Cordiners and Barkers."

Barlannarc, a4.

Barnes Barnis, (Bornes, Bornis, Burns), 135, 572.
-, — John, 575, 376, 378; bailie, 330, 356, 438; dean of guild, 157, 328–9, 343, 350, 423, 433; master of works, 251; treasurer, 165.

Baronial jurisdictions, 63.

Barony of Glasgow, Register of deeds instituted therefor, 191. See also "Glasgow, Barony and Regality of."
-, — parish of Glasgow, 47, 175, 177, 179.
-, — parish church. See "Churches."

Barnstaple, 465.

Barscube, a58.

Bath and Wells, bishop of, 282.

Baxters. See "Bakers."

Bear and malt market, 142, 161.

Beaton (Bethune, Betoun), Archibald, 530.
-, — David, cardinal, archbishop of St. Andrews, 53–5, 67, 70, 80.
-, — Ferchard, physician, 26.
-, — James. See "Clergy."
-, — James, of Balfarg, 72.
-, — John, of Balfour, 51, 53, 141.

Becket, Thomas à, 5.

Bedlay (Badley), 102, 104–5, 166, a38.

Belcroft, a43.

Belhaven, Robert, viscount, 314, 345, 586, 496, 497.

Believre, French ambassador, 482.

Bell, James, 189, 569, 577, 432, 598, 473–4, 605–8, 619–20, a80; bailie, 569, 276, 278, 280, 356, 586, 422, 430, 432; dean of guild, 569, 252, 259, 267, 274, 586, 414; provost, 586, 438, 445, 458, 492, 493, 636.
-, — master John, minister, Glasgow, 160, 177–8, 220, 251, 274, 381, 493, 607–8, 620, 631, a40, a52, a78.
-, — John, 587.
-, — John, ensign, 493.
-, — John, younger, minister, of Eaglesham, 351; Tron and Blackfriars, 631–2.
-, — Marion, 223.
-, — Patrick, 338, 341–2, 356, 587, 367, 373, 397–8, 403–4, 407, 415, 423, a75, a80; bailie, 583, 306, 310, 314, 607–8, 620, 622–3, a74; dean of guild, 301, 583, 317, 322; provost, 583, 343, 345–7, 350, 354, 379, 590, 380, 383–4, 438, 636, a81, a86.

Bell of the Brae, battle of, 527.
-, — St. Kentigern's. See "St. Kentigern."

Bellenden, Adam, bishop of Aberdeen, 385.

Bellioure, French minister, 479.

Bell's wynd in Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

Benedict XIII., Pope, 28, 31.

Benefices, church, grant of, to burgh, 89, 561, a19, a22–3. See also "Altarages."

Ben Nevis, 449.

Bergen, 467.

Berkeley castle, 529.

Berkshire, 445.

Berwick, 18, 528, 132, 240, 331, 382, 387, 393–5, 454, 487, 506; treaty of, 395, 402.
-, — George, lord of. See "Dunbar, George, earl of."

Bethune (Betoun). See "Beaton."

Bible, new translation of, 197, 207.

Biggar, 21.

Bindon, Thomas, viscount, 299; Frances, his daughter, 299.

Bircat, lands of, 104.

Birnet, Duncan, 66.

Bishopforest, 30, 36, 420.

Bishops, jurisdiction of, a8. See also "Clergy."
-, — castle. See "Glasgow, castle of."

Bishopsbriggs, 165, a90.

Bishop's forest, 30, 36, 420.

Bishopton, laird of, 537.

Bisset, Katharine, a73.

Bit-makers, 64, a15.

Blacader (Blacadyr), Sir Patrick, a9.
-, — Robert. See "Clergy."
-, — Sir Rolland, 222.
-, — Rolland, sub-dean, 57, 59, a13, a25, a53–4; chaplainry and hospital founded by, 222, a13, a54.

Black Acts, the, 556.

Black, David, minister of St. Andrews, 169.

Blackburn (Blackburne), Archibald, 541.
-, — master John, schoolmaster, 192–3, 261.

Black death. See "Plague."

Blackfriars, 86, 163, 235; Dominicans, or Friars Preachers of Glasgow, 526, 19, 32, 39, 540, 86, 547, 89, 102, a6.
-, — convent of, 19, 531, 38, 40.
-, — church and churchyard. See "Churches."
-, — vennel, a6.

Blackness, castle of, 135, 221, a42.

Blacksmiths, 64, a15.

Blaikerston, 331.

Blair, Hew, 564; minister, Tron church, 411, 632.
-, — Jonet, a39.

Blair Athole, 447, 448.

Blake, Admiral, 599.

Blantyre, Alexander, lord, 250, a62.
-, — commendator of, 542, 77, 554, 126, 556, 133, 142, 143, 144, 558, 146, 560, 561, 153, 158, 159, 161, 165, 166, 167, 566, 189, 207, 209, 364, a33.
-, — James, master of, 561, 250, a62.
-, — lord, 561, 435, 500–1, a68, a74.
-, — Walter, lord, 178, 267, a67, a83.
-, — priory of, a38.

Bleau's atlas, 418.

"Blessing of Cramond," the, ship, 565.

Blythswood (Blythiswod), 210, 314, 495, 496, 608, a56–9, a66.

Bogle, Elizabeth, a78.
-, — Robert, a78.

Boilliscroft, a43.

Bologna, bishop of, 32.
-, — diocese of, 72.
-, — university of, 31, 32.

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

Bonhard, 209.

Bonnetmakers, 173, a40, a51.
-, — and Dyers, 219.

Book of Our Common Ordour, or Ordour of Geneva. See "Liturgy."
-, — Discipline. See "Discipline, book of."

Bordeaux (Burdeaux), 211, 290, 451.

Bornes and Bornis. See "Barnes."

Boroughmuir of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

Borrowfield, a34, a38, a43.

Borrowstoness, 209.

Borsippa, 27.

Borthwick, Sir John, 54.

Boswell, Sir David, of Balmuto, 51.
-, — Grissel, wife of master James Law, archbishop of Glasgow, 277.
-, — Marjory or Mary, 51.

Botheuyl. See "Bothwell."

Bothwell (Botheuyl), 527, 20, 51, 455.
-, — earl of, 88, 91, 103, 147, 155, 562, 582.
-, — Sir John, of, 18.

Boulogne-sur-mer, 628.

Bourges, archbishop of, 51.

Boyd, Adam, of Parkhill, 101.
-, — Archibald, of Portincroce, 103.
-, — Mr. James, a25.
-, — James, archbishop. See "Clergy."
-, — John, 307, 309, 314, 541, 624.
-, — John, mariner, 235.
-, — John, mason, 364–5.
-, — John, of Kirkdyke, a84.
-, — lord, 537, 545, 345, 392.
-, — Mary, of Bonschaw, 50.
-, — Matthew, 110, 554, 139, 140.
-, — Miss, of Trochrig, niece of the archbishop, 495.
-, — Robert, lord, of Kilmarnock, 98, 101–8, 110, 113, 141–2, 161, 569, 358, 634, a26–8, a72.
-, — Robert, of Bonheith, 82–3, 112, 161.
-, — Robert, of Trochrig, principal of the college, 283, 287, 296, 582.
-, — Thomas, lord, 166, a38.

Boyd, Thomas, master, of Kilmarnock, 104, 113, a10.
-, — Mr. Zacharias, minister of the Barony, a76.

Boyle, John, of Kelburne, 278.
-, — Marion, wife of master James Law, archbishop of Glasgow, 278.

Bradshaw, sergeant-at-law, 515–6.

Braemar, 407.

Braidschaw, lands of, 104.

Braidwood (Braidwod), James, 212, 606–8, 620; bailie, 243, 577, 249, 252, 259, 262, 267, 276, 278, 287, 621; deacon convener, 224, 226, 228–30, 241, 249.

Branks, 259.

Branxholm, 551.

Brechin, 551, 147–8, 185, 189, 405, 498.
-, — bishop of. See "Clergy."
-, — bishopric of, a77.
-, — quarter of Forfarshire, 162.
-, — rector of school in, 45.
-, — schools of, 65.
-, — see of, 40.

Brereton, Sir William, 308.

Bridge, 436.
-, — of Dee. See "Dee, bridge of."
-, — Glasgow. See "Glasgow."

Bridgegate (Bridgegait), 626, 632, a9–10.
-, — port. See "Bridge port."

Bridgend, 248; lands of, 101, 345, 493–6, a42, a66; lodge at, 236.
-, — town of, 496.

Bridge port, 236, 248, 626.

Bridlington quay, 434.

Briscatt, John, master of work, 322.

Bristol, 599.

Brittany, 533.

Brock (Brok), Robert, notary, 621–2.
-, — William, 46.

Bromley, lord chancellor of England, 136.

Bromeswold, 299.

Broomielaw, 559–60, 242, 252, 579, 353, a39, a62.
-, — croft, 250.

Brown (Broun, Broune), Daniel, surgeon, 454.
-, — Gybbe, 530.
-, — Thomas, master of work, 475, 484; treasurer, 262.
-, — Thomas, merchant, 605–8, 619, a80.
-, — Walter, "calsay maker," 363.

Bruce, James, bishop. See "Clergy."
-, — Marjory, daughter of king Robert, 24.
-, — Robert the. See "Sovereigns."
-, — Robert the, brothers of, 21, 528.

Bruce, Mr. Robert, agent for the duke of Lennox, 344, 428.
-, — Mr. Robert, minister, Blantyre, 566.
-, — Robert, minister, Edinburgh, 173, 188, 366, 381.

Bruges, 79.

Brumelands, a43.

Brumelaw. See "Broomielaw."

Brumewaird, a34.

Brunswick, duke of, 151–2, 159.

Bryce, Walter, visitor, 461.

Bryson, George, a60.

Buchan (Buchquhane), John, 188, 193, 362.
-, — William, earl of, a5.

Buchanan, George, historian, 54, 133.
-, — James, 158.
-, — John, 226; servitor, a56.
-, — Walter, of Ladlawn, 525.

Buckingham, duke of, 303, 306, 310, 316–7, 320–1.

Buckle-makers, 64, a15.

Burall. See "Burrell."

Burdouse, John of, physician, 26.

Burgage property, ancient method of transferring, 37.

Burgesses, 572.
-, — burgess forfaults, 7.
-, — annual head courts in burgh, 15.
-, — conditions under which they might convey lands to strangers, 15.
-, — fees for admission of burgesses fixed, 552, 553, 559, 562, 566, 213, 253, 368, 440.
-, — sons of burgesses to be admitted at half fees, 304.
-, — act to astrict burgesses to town's mills, 575, 576, 358.
-, — fines let by public roup, 567.
-, — ordinance anent non-resident burgesses, 579.

Burgh court, 15, 18, 74, a6, a11–12.
-, — schools. See "Schools."

Burghal officers, 162.

Burghs of regality and barony to be held of the king, 141.
-, — convention of. See "Convention of royal burghs."

Burleigh (Burghlee, Burghley), lord, 136–7, 147, 419, 447–8, 452, 475.

Burleigh, Michael, lord, 254.
-, — Robert, lord, 404.

Burleigh house, 203.

Burnet, Alexander, archbishop. See "Clergy."

Burns. See "Barnes."

Burntisland (Bruntisland), 564, 194, 197, 248, 584, 336, 366, 596, a74.

Burrell (Burall), George, bailie, a15.
-, — Henry, 541.

Burroughs, 436.

Bursaries, 86.

Bute Hall. See "University of Glasgow."
-, — John, marquess of, 338.

Buthlornoc, a4.

"Byone" wine, 565.

Byres, lands of, 166.

Cadder (Cader, Kader), 69, 177, a4; church of, 109, 602, a72; parish of, 59, 588.
-, — parish clerk of, 69, a17.
-, — vicar of, a11.

Cadyhow (Cadihou), a4; church of, 523.
-, — Mr. David, 32.
-, — Sir William de, canon, a5.

Caelian hill, 54.

Caerlaverock castle, 538, 410.

Caitchepuill, lands of, a34.

Caithness, 185; see of, 40, 129.
-, — bishop of. See "Clergy."

Calais, 83, 145.

Calder, kirk of, 498; parish of, 203.

Caldercleir, 134.

Calderhall, 134.

Calderwood, 196.
-, — Sir Archibald, vicar of Cadder, a11.

Caldwell (Cauldwell), Alexander, 621; deacon, a58.

Calendar, beginning of year altered in 1600 to 1st January, 184.

Calistus II., pope, 523.

Callander, earl of, 427, 443.
-, — lord, lieutenant general, 488, 503, 504.

Calsays. See "Causeways."

Calton, parish of, 566.

Cambridge, 31, 32; university, 305.

Cambuslang, manse of the prebend of, 342; prebendary of, a43; rectory of, 53.

Cambusnethan (Cambusnethaine), kirk of, 424, 601, a88.

Cameron, bishop of Edinburgh, 4.
-, — John, bishop. See "Clergy."
-, — John, principal of the college, 296.
-, — Matthew, town's officer, 235.

Campbell, of Blythswood, 586.
-, — Andrew, 572.
-, — Archibald, younger, of Lochow, 23.
-, — Colin, of Ardkinglass, a19.
-, — Colin, of Lochow, 23.
-, — Colin, 290, 391, 473, 474; bailie, 276, 278, 314, 317, 584, 321, 350, 354, 587, 372, 374, 375, 376, 377, 378, 414, 438, 442, 444, 470; provost, 584, 342, 356, 492, 493, 494, 636; water bailie, 351, 356; master of work to Hutcheson's Hospital, 414; dean of guild, 314, 315.
-, — Sir Duncan, of Auchinbreck, 449.
-, — Duncan, chirurgeon, 183.
-, — James, a19.
-, — Jean, 299.
-, — John, 572, 573.
-, — Sir Matthew, of Loudoun, 299.
-, — Neil, bishop of the Isles, 385.
-, — Robert, 290.

Campsie, 125.
-, — rector of, 125, 134, 135, 136, a32.
-, — rectory of, 53.

Campvere, 417.

Candida casa. See "Whithorn."

Canongate (Canongait), 169, 196, a45, a48; burgh, 5, 193, 583; schools in, 45.
-, — quartermasters, 162.

Cant, John, 66.

Canterbury, archbishop of. See "Clergy."
-, — archbishopric of, 347.

Captarini, patriarch of Venice and papal legate, 55.

Capuchins and Capuchinesses, 90.

Carberry hill, 91.

Cardan, physician, 530.

Cardarroch, 588.

Cardonald, lands of, a33.

Cardross, 22, 177, 631.
-, — rector, a56.

Carey, Sir Robert, 202.

Carisbrooke castle, 484–5, 501, 507.

Carlisle, 21, 283–4, 387, 443, 453, 487, 501–2, 506.
-, — diocese of, 523.

Carmelite friars, Bruges, 79.

Carmichael, George, bishop. See "Clergy."
-, — Sir James, of that Ilk, 596, a82.
-, — James, of Pollicschaw, 253.
-, — Sir William, 459.

Carncross (Carncors), Nicolas, 136, a32.

Carnedin, a4.

Carnegie, lord, a73.
-, — of Kinnaird, 589; Magdalen, his daughter, and wife of James, marquis of Montrose, 589.

Carnock, 57.

Carnwath, earl of, 398.

Carrick, 523.
-, — earl of, 18.
-, — Robert, earl of, 192.
-, — Sir John of, chaplain, a6.

Carrickfergus, 427.

Carstairs, barony of, 143; parish of, a89.

Carthusians, monastery of the, Paris, 73.

Cassanate, physician, 530.

Cassillis, earl of, 566, 376, 476, 477.
-, — lord, 88, 94.

Castellae, near Limoges, 64.

Castle of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."
-, — of Glasgow. See "Glasgow."
-, — gardens, 626.

Castlehill of Edinburgh, 71.

Castlemilk, 208.

Castle (Castle yett or Kirk) port, 195, 209, 231, 235, 341, 625–6.

Cathedral of Glasgow. See "Altarages" and "Churches."
-, — Laigh Kirk. See "Churches, Barony."

Cathures, 521, 57, 58.

Causeways (Calsays), 565, 225, 574, 363.

"Cavaliers and Roundheads," 429.

Cavan, 254, 578.

Caversham, 482.

Cecil, Sir Robert, 201, 202.

Chalmers (Chambers), George, 4.
-, — James. See "Gadgirth, baron of."
-, — Margaret, wife of archbishop Boyd, 552.
-, — Robert, 552.
-, — Thomas, 552.

Chancellor, as to appointment of, a13–14.

Chaplainries. See "Benefices" and under names of "Saints."

Chapter of Glasgow. See "Churches, Cathedral."

Charlemagne, 69.

Charles VIII., 533. See also "Sovereigns of Scotland."
-, — prince of Wales, son of James VI., 192, 303, 304.
-, — prince, son of Charles I., 326, 502, 504, 510.

Chartreuse of Paris, 1, 82.

Chartulary of bishopric, 1, 522, 2–4.

Chatelherault (Chestellarault), duchy of, 80, 83, 87, 90.
-, — duchess of, 115.
-, — duke of, 540, 81–2, 545, 86–7, 94–7, 114, a20.

Cheshire, 308.

Chester, 463, 487.
-, — quartermasters of, 162.

Cheyam, John de, bishop. See "Clergy."

Chirnside (Chirnesyd, Chyrnsyde, Cyrnsyde), Archibald, of Over Possil, a68.
-, — David, a68.
-, — Robert, a68; bailie, 161; burgess, a33–4.

Chirurgeons, 567, 180, 183, a43, a55. See also
-, "Barbers and Chirurgeons."

Chisholm, William, bishop. See "Clergy."

Christian IV. of Denmark, 151–2.

Christiania, 152.

Christison (Crystesoun), Sir Andrew, chaplain, a15.

Chryston (Crystoun), 105.

Church, provision for, 84, 88, 91, 93, 580.
-, — benefices. See "Benefices."
-, — of Glasgow. See "Churches."
-, — of Scotland. See "General Assembly."

Churches of Glasgow:
-, Barony (Outer Kirk) church, 548, 222, 299, 364, 601, 490, 626, a76, a88; crypt of Cathedral used for congregation, 177.
-, — minister of, 177, 179, 498.
-, Blackfriars church, 32, 66, 176, 180, 327, 346, 351–3, 357, 362, 373, 435, 631–2, a76; churchyard, 346, 481.
-, Cathedral (High or Metropolitan Kirk) church, 1, 521–4, 6, 9, 10, 526–7, 33, 41, 532–4, 56, 536, 60, 536, 544, 81, 549, 102, 120, 555, 148, 560, 157, 175, 177, 205, 251, 299, 300, 315, 335, 586, 357, 363–5, 379, 380, 383, 386, 592, 414, 424, 595, 596, 601, 490, 497, 626, 630, 632, a3–8, a13–18, a37, a54–5, a62, a66, a77, a87–8; churchyard, 481; "Penneit" gate opposite "Laich" steeple, 481; Outer Kirk, 490; Saint Mary's light in, 18; Sang school in, 65, a15.
-, — minister thereof is the successor of the first parson of Glasgow, 175; crypt used for congregation of Barony parish, 177.
-, — roofed with lead, 204; "Laich" steeple to be covered with lead, 300.
-, — dean and chapter of, 523, 531, 40–4, 56, 536, 61–2, 65, 70–2, 121, 560, 244, 299, 318, 346, 365, 426; sub-deans, 275, 361, 426, a4, a26–7, a29, a34–5, a55, a61, a66, a71–2; sub-deanery, 602, 498, a77.
-, — vicars of the choir of, 532, 326, a41–2.
-, — overseer appointed to take charge of kirk, 343.
-, — precentor of, a64.
-, Little St. Mungo church, 59, 362.
-, St. Andrew's church, 176.
-, St. David's (North-West, Ramshorn) church, 176, 282, a68, a74.
-, St. Enoch's church, 43, 176.
-, St. George's (West) church, 176.
-, St. James' church, 176.
-, St. John's church, 176.
-, St. Mary and St. Ann's church, 59, 60, 357, 361–3.
-, St. Paul's church, 176.
-, St. Roche's church, 48, 534, 60; churchyard, 481.
-, Tron (Collegiate, Laigh, New Kirk, St. Mary's) church, 531, 60, 155, 157, 160, 175–9, 308, 323, 357, 362–3, 400, 601, 490, 631, a21, a35, a37, a52, a68, a74–6, a81, a88; churchyard, 481; new bell to be placed in steeple, 328.

Chyrnsyde. See "Chirnside."

City parish of Glasgow, 175, 177.

Clackmannan, 631.

Clark, John, 560; treasurer, 423.

Classes. See "Act of Classes."

Clayslaps mill, 542.

Clean-the-causeway, 52.

Cleghorn, Claud, 394.

Cleland (Cleyland), Claud, 367.

Clement VII., pope, 23, 53, 628.

Clement, master, physician, 26.

Clergy—Abbots:
-, Abbot of Arbroath, 54, 72; abbot of Dunfermline, 51; abbot of Kelso, 523; abbot of Kilwinning, 94; abbot of Melrose, 524; abbot of Paisley, 70, 71, a8.
-, — Archbishops:
-, Archbishop of Athens, 72.
-, — Bourges, 51.
-, — Canterbury, 41, 136, 152–3.
-, — Lyons, 5.
-, — St. Andrews, 533, 125, a8, a77.
-, — York, 41, 523, 524.
-, — Abbot of Canterbury, 336.
-, Patrick (Adamson), of St. Andrew's, 101, 133, 557.
-, Doctor Patrick (Bancroft), of Canterbury, 152–3.
-, David (Beaton), of St. Andrews, 53–5, 67, 70, 80.
-, James (Bethune), 40, 51–3, 542, 629, a12; of St. Andrews, 52–4.
-, James (Beaton), 1, 3, 59, 72–3, 75–8, 541–2, 82–4, 548, 550, 95–7, 105, 554, 136, 138–9, 141, 150, 174, 184, 190, 198, 203–4, 629–30, a17–8, a26–7, a32, a34, a41–3, a47, a90.
-, Robert (Blacader), 40–5, 48, 533–4, 49, 51, 69, 70, 110, 300, 629, a10.
-, James (Boyd), 526, 70, 97–8, 100–1, 552, 103, 552, 104–5, 552, 108–12, 553, 114, 116–20, 136, 139–42, 270, 296, 318, 495, 630, a25–7, a29, a32.
-, Alexander (Burnet), 495, 497.
-, Master John (Douglas), of St. Andrews 99, 100.
-, Gavin (Dunbar), 52–4, 535, 59, 536, 539, 69, 71, 80, 102, 105, 361, 629, a14–17.
-, William (Erskine), 125, 134–6, 138–9, 630, a32.
-, Andrew (Forman), of St. Andrews, 51–2.
-, — Gameline, of St. Andrews, 628.
-, — (Gledstanes), of St. Andrews, 204, 206, 243, 256–8, 277–9, 381.
-, Alexander (Gordon), 71–2, 539, 540, 629.
-, Patrick (Graham), of St. Andrews, 41.
-, John (Hamilton), of St. Andrews, 530, 70– 1, 96, 99.
-, — Kinser, of York, 522.
-, Dr. William (Laud), of Canterbury, 205, 282, 311, 336, 347–9, 365, 588, 376, 592, 403, 411, 416, 421, 446, 447.
-, Master James Law, 531, 277–9, 282, 284, 287, 291–2, 297, 301, 306, 318, 321–2, 328–31, 337, 588, 630, a72–3.
-, Patrick Lindsay, 205, 330–2, 337–8, 343, 346, 350–2, 356, 363, 365, 587, 370, 588, 382, 413–4, 420, 424, 596, 601, 497, 630, a79.
-, John (Maxwell), of Tuam, 384.
-, Master Robert (Montgomery), 554, 120–1, 555, 122–5, 128, 130–2, 134–6, 630, a30–1, a33.
-, John (Porterfield), 97, 630.
-, William (Scheves), of St. Andrews, 26, 40, 532, 41, 49.
-, Master John (Spottiswood), of Glasgow, 561, 198, 203–7, 220–1, 227, 229, 230, 237–9, 241, 243–6, 248–51, 256–60, 262–4, 267, 270, 274, 276–80, 496, 630–1, a47, a52, a55, a57, a60–3, a66–7, a69, a70, a75–80; of St. Andrews, 198, 204–5, 278–9, 284, 286, 332, 337, 345, 365, 587, 369, 370, 378, 382, 457, a74.
-, Alexander (Stuart), of St. Andrews, 49, 50, 51.
-, James (Stuart) (Duke of Ross), of St. Andrews, 49.
-, Thurston, of York, 523.
-, — Archdeacons:
-, David Cunningham, of Argyle, 59.
-, — Ingelram, of Glasgow, 523.
-, Nicholas de Moffat, of Teviotdale, 14.
-, William Scheves, of St. Andrews, 40–1, 49.
-, John de Wischart, of Glasgow, 22.
-, William Wischeard, of St. Andrews, 15.
-, — Archdeans:
-, Archdean, of Glasgow, 531.
-, — Bishops:
-, Bishop of Aberdeen, 4, 44, 52, 62, 125, 159, 190, 284, 382, 385.
-, — Argyle, 42, 282, 382, 385, a9, a71.
-, — Brechin, 536, 190, 204, 258, 382, 384.
-, — Caithness, 99, 113, 190, 206–7, 382, 385.
-, — Dunblane, 26, 42, 536, 105, 141, 150, 206, 332, 382, 385, a9, a34.

Clergy:
-, Bishop of Dunkeld, 42, 536, 70, 101, 125, 190, 382, 385, a9.
-, — Edinburgh, 4, 547, 205, 337, 369, 382, 384, a77.
-, — Ely, 204, 258, 282.
-, — Galloway, 40, 42, 532, 51, 258, 274, 282, 583, 337, 372, 382, 384, a9, a69, a71.
-, — Glasgow, 495.
-, — Lincoln, 28, 282.
-, — London, 152–3, 204, 258, 282, 331–2, 336, 348–9, 417.
-, — Moray, 51, 333, 382, 385.
-, — Orkney, 72, 101, 248, 274, 277, 372, 382, 384–5, a69.
-, — Rochester, 204, 258.
-, — Ross, 105, 553, 141, 150, 187, 190, 203, 207, 332, 382, 384, a34, a75.
-, — St. Andrews, 5, 523, 18, 22, 26, 44.
-, — The Isles, 101, 246, 282, 382, 385, a71.
-, — Winchester, 282.
-, — Worcester, 204, 258.
-, John (Abernethie), of Caithness, 385.
-, Doctor (Bancroft), of London, 152–3.
-, Adam (Bellenden), of Aberdeen, 385.
-, James (Bethune), of Galloway, 40.
-, Robert (Blacader), 35, 39, 532, 639.
-, William (de Bondington), 10–14, 19, 627, a5.
-, James (Bruce), 28, 628.
-, — (Cameron), of Edinburgh, 4.
-, John (Cameron), 28, 531–2, 67, 628.
-, Neil (Campbell), of the Isles, 385.
-, George (Carmichael), 35, 629.
-, John (de Cheyam), 14, 627, a5.
-, William (Chisholm), of Dunblane, 141, 150, a34.
-, — (Cowper), of Galloway, 583.
-, — (Crichton), of Dunkeld, 70.
-, David (Cunninghame), of Aberdeen, 159.
-, Master Stephen (de Dundemore), 22, 628.
-, — (Dunbar). of Aberdeen, 52.
-, — (Durie), 72.
-, — Engelram, 523, a3.
-, — (Ernold), of St. Andrews, 44.
-, James (Fairlie), of Argyle (or Lismore), 385.
-, Florence, 5, 627.
-, Alexander (Forbes), of Caithness, 206–7.
-, Dr. William (Forbes), of Edinburgh, 337.
-, Andrew (Forman), 51.
-, — (Gladstone), of Caithness, 206.
-, Matthew (Glendonwyn), 24, 28, 360, 628.
-, Andrew (Graham), of Dunblane, 206.
-, George (Graham), of Dunblane and of Orkney, 206, 385.

Clergy:
-, John (Guthrie), of Moray, 385, 457.
-, — (Hamilton), of Galloway, 204.
-, Herbert, 523–4.
-, James, of Orkney, a69.
-, Joceline, 524, 5, 6, 44, 57, 59, 66, 75, 627, a4.
-, John, 522–4, 8.
-, John, of St. Andrews, 5.
-, — (Juxon), of London), 348–9, 417.
-, Kentigern, 521–2, 526, 41, 43, 54, 57–9, 536.
-, Andrew (Knox), of the Isles, 246.
-, — (Kyle), of Aberdeen, 4.
-, John (Laing), 35–6, 74, 90, 629, a7.
-, — (Lamb), of Brechin, 204.
-, Dr. William (Laud), of St. David's, Bath and Wells, and London, 282, 298, 317, 320, 330–2, 336.
-, Master James (Law), of Orkney, 248,274,277.
-, William (de Lawdre), 28, 360, 628.
-, John (Leslie), of Ross, 553, 141, 150, a34.
-, Alexander (Lindsay), of Dunkeld, 385.
-, Master David (Lindsay), of Ross, 187, 203.
-, Dr. David (Lindsay), of Edinburgh, 369, 384.
-, John (de Lindesay), 22, 628.
-, — (Lindsay), of Brechin, 332.
-, — (Maclean), 72.
-, — Magsuen, 522.
-, William (Malvoisin), 5, 627.
-, John (Maxwell), of Ross, and of Killala and Achonry, 384.
-, Nicholas (de Moffat), 14, 15, 627.
-, Andrew (Muirhead), 28, 35, 532, 47, 74, 629, a7, a35.
-, Patrick, of Ross, a75.
-, William (Raa), 23, 360, 628.
-, Richard, of St. Andrews, 26.
-, Hugh (de Roxburgh), 5, 627.
-, — (Sage), 367.
-, Robert (Stewart), of Caithness, 99, 113.
-, Thomas (Sydserf), of Galloway, and of Orkney, 372, 384.
-, William (Turnbull), 28,30,32,74,318,326,629.
-, George (Vaus), of Galloway, 51.
-, Walter, 525, 10, 526, 627, a5.
-, Henry (Wardlaw), of St. Andrews, 31.
-, Walter (de Wardlaw), 23–4, 628.
-, James (Wedderburn), of Dunblane, 385.
-, Dr.— (White), of Ely, 331.
-, Walter (Whytefoord), D.D., of Brechin, 384.
-, William, 526.
-, William, of Dunblane, 26.
-, William, of Galloway, a69.
-, Robert (Wischard), 15, 526, 20–2, 628.
-, William (Wischard), 15, 628.

Clergy:
-, — (Wren), of Hereford, Norwich, and Ely, 348, 365.
-, — Canons:
-, Mr. Stephen de Dundemore, 21.
-, Thomas Forsyth, a8.
-, William Stewart, 39.
-, — Cardinals:
-, David Beaton, 53–5, 67, 70, 80.
-, Ludovick, lord D'Aubigne, 299.
-, — Chancellors:
-, James Lam, 13–14; Patrick Leiche, a7; Mr. John Leischman, a14; Mr. Martin Rede, 45, 534, a11, a16, a68; Sir David Renzeane, a14.
-, — Chaplains:
-, Sir John, of Carrick, a6; Sir Andrew Crystesoun, a15; Sir Martin Reid, a68; Sir Alexander Roberton, of St. Roche, 48; Sir James, of Reinfru, a6; John Smyth, a35; Bartholomew Symsoune, of St. Nicholas hospital, a25.
-, — Deans:
-, Dean of Durham, 590, 396.
-, — Edinburgh, 205, 369.
-, — Glasgow, 523, 531, 560, 244, 299, 318, 346, 426.
-, — Moray, 52.
-, — Winchester, 583.
-, — Deans, Sub:
-, Sub-Dean of Glasgow, 57, 59, 275, 361, 426, a13, a25, a53, a77.
-, — Ministers:
-, Minister of Ayr, 370.
-, — the Barony, 177, 179, 498.
-, — Tron, 60, 490, 498.
-, James Anderson, of Stirling, 124.
-, William Annan, Ayr, 370.
-, Robert Baillie, of Kilwinning, 370, 588, a87; minister of the Laigh Church, 490, 631; principal of Glasgow University, 370, 588, 590, 392, 411, 594, 595.
-, Walter Balcanquhal, of Edinburgh, 169.
-, Master John Bell, Glasgow, 160, 177–8, 220, 251, 274, 381, 493, 607–8, 631, a40, a52, a78.
-, John Bell, younger, Eaglesham, 351; Tron and Blackfriars, 631–2.
-, David Black, of St. Andrews, 169.
-, Hew Blair, Tron church, 411, 632.
-, Mr. Zacharias Boyd, of the Barony, a76.
-, Robert Bruce, of Edinburgh, 173, 188, 366, 381.
-, Mr. Robert Bruce, of Blantyre, 566.
-, Master John Cowper, 561, 177–8, 631, a40.

Clergy:
-, — Davidson, 153, 173.
-, David Dickson, 283, 588, 590, 395, 490, 631, a84–5, a87.
-, John Drysdale, of Blackfriars, 353.
-, James Durham, of Blackfriars, 632.
-, Dr. James Elliot, Glasgow, 339, 351, 632.
-, Alexander Forbes, of Fettercairn, 206.
-, George Gillespie, of Wemyss, 371.
-, Patrick Gillespie, of the Outer Kirk, 490, 632.
-, Master George Gledstanes, of St. Andrews, 185.
-, George Graham, of Scone, 206.
-, Alexander Henderson, of Leuchars, 375–6, 381–2, 395, 411, 420, 437.
-, John Knox, 55, 72, 83, 99, 153, 310.
-, Mr. Thomas Law, of Inchinnan, 278, a80.
-, Master David Lindsay, of Leith, 99, 152, 185, 203.
-, Dr. James Maxwell, of Edinburgh, 347.
-, Mr. John Maxwell, of Cathedral, 630.
-, Andrew Melville, 101, 111, 112, 121–2, 134, 139, 203, 221, 239, 240, 296.
-, James Melville, 134, 172, 173, 239, 240.
-, Mr. Robert Montgomery, of Stirling, 120, a29–31. a33.
-, Mr. Robert Ramsay, of Cathedral and Blackfriars, 631–2.
-, Alexander Rowatt, of the Barony, 177, 179.
-, Master Robert Scott, of the Cathedral and Collegiate charge, 220, 251, 267, 274, 278, 287, 608, 630–1, a52, a67, a70.
-, — Scrymgeour, 366.
-, John Smith, of Leslie, 596.
-, Mr. William Struthers, of Collegiate charge, 631, a72.
-, Mr. Patrick Walkingschaw, a72.
-, Master David Wemyss, Glasgow, 547, 98, 106, 555, 561, 177–8, 220–1, 244, 267, 278, 607–8, 620, 630, a25–6, a52–3, a61, a67, a70, a74.
-, Mr. Robert Wilkie, Blackfriars, 373, 589, 632.
-, James Wood, 467.
-, Mr. Edward Wright, of the Cathedral, 631.
-, Mr. George Young, of Collegiate charge, 632.
-, — Parsons:
-, Parson of Erskine, 166, 497, a34.
-, Mr. Archibald Douglas, 98, 560–1, 178, 602.
-, William Erskine, of Campsie, 125, 134–6, a32.
-, Mr. Alexander Lauder, 560, a21.
-, Mr. John Spottiswood, of Calder, 203.

Clergy—Prebendaries:
-, Prebendary of Westminster, 298.
-, — Glasgow Primo, 560.
-, — Paisley, a33.
-, — Priors:
-, Prior of Blantyre, 554, 77, 554, 126, 556, 133, 142–4, 558, 146, 560–1, 153, 158–9, 161, 165–7, 566, 189, 207, 209, 364, a33, a38–9.
-, — St. Andrews, 44, 50, 99.
-, — Whithorn, 52–3.
-, — Rectors:
-, Rector of Cardross, a56.
-, — Glasgow, a34.
-, — Govan, 534, 548.
-, — Morebattle, 222, a37.
-, — Renfrew, a34.
-, — Stobo, 88, 548.
-, — Engelram, rector of Peebles, 523.
-, Thomas Forsyth, 90, a7.
-, — Vicars:
-, Vicar of Cadder, a11.
-, — Dalziel, 55.
-, — Eastwood, 59.
-, — Glasgow, 65, 548, 602, a6, a10–11, a15, a22, a73.
-, — Kilspindie, 549.
-, — Strathaven, 59.

Clerk, James, 47.

Clerk, John, deacon, 621.

Cleyland. See "Cleland."

Clifton, of Leighton, Gervax, lord, 299; Catherine, his daughter, 299.

Cloch, 581, 344, a71.
-, — stane, 260, 288, 359, a63.

Cloggie, Thomas, a53, a55.

Clothaire II., 64.

Clwyd, Vale of, North Wales, 58.

Clyde, river and water of, 523–4, 11, 36, 40, 544, 96, 554, 154, 565, 569–71, 199, 574, 242, 575, 247, 250, 252, 578, 260, 265, 579, 275, 581, 284–5, 324, 335, 341, 354, 357, 359–60, 404, 451, a19, a24, a28, a38, a46–7, a60–3, a71; act anent the liberty of the water, 251; charter as to navigation of river, 578; supplication for removal of sand, 258; grant of freedom of river from Glasgow to Clochstane, 288, 359; act for improvement and deepening of river, 544.

Clyde, Firth of, 324, 345, a24.

Clyde Street, Great. See "Great Clyde Street."
-, — Trustees, 544.

Clydesdale (Clydesdail) 536, 489.
-, — Committee of, 459.

Coats, William, treasurer, 399.

Coble Courts. See "Courts."
-, — Dempster of, 559.

Cochrane (Cochran), Robert, 541.
-, — Sir William, of Cowdoun, 413, 422, 432, 435, 450, 474, 500.

Cockburnspath, 506.

Colchester, 487.
-, — Quartermasters of, 162.

Coldingham, 538; priory of, 12, 50.
-, — Commendator of, 534.

Coldstream, 409.

Coleman, 436.

Coleraine, 578.

Colketto. See "Macdonald, Alaster."

College of Glasgow. See "University of Glasgow."
-, — Kirk. See "Churches, Blackfriars."
-, — Our Lady. See "Our Lady College."

Collegium, Rottenrow, 32.

Colmonell, church of, 28, 326.

Colquhoun, Mr. Adam, rector of Stobo, 88; rector of Govan, 534, 548.
-, — Alexander, of Luss, 253.
-, — Elizabeth, of Gorbals, 495.
-, — George, provost depute, 633, a89.
-, — James, wright, 364, 365, 379; painter, 418.
-, — Sir John, of Glins, 104.
-, — Malcolm, 253.
-, — Margaret, wife of lord Boyd, 104.
-, — Matthew, wright, 343.
-, — Patrick, 307; of Glen, provost, 534, 633.

Columbus, Christopher, 533.

Commendam, In, meaning of term, 49.

Commendators, Scottish, 49.

Common, 531.
-, — lands, 48, 569, 575, 264, 321, 623–4, a9–10, a34. See "Easter Common," "Wester Common."

Common Ordour, Book of. See "Liturgy."

Commonwealth, 288, 382.

Comray, Little. See "Cumbrae."

Comyn, John, 18, 20.

Conclud. See "Kinclaith."

Confession of Faith, 71, 83, 280, 375, 396, 436–7.

Congregation, lords of, 81, 82.

Constables of Glasgow. See "Glasgow Constables."

Conventicles and private meetings prohibited, 300, 349.

Convention of royal burghs, 543, 553, 555, 559, 156, 562–5, 569, 570, 199, 207, 571–2, 211–3, 228, 574–5, 244, 247, 258, 261–2, 265, 579, 266–7, 273, 276, 279, 581, 295, 297, 300, 304–5, 309, 318, 322, 585, 341, 352, 354, 587, 360–1, 367, 375, 377–8, 590, 397, a28, a32–3, a36–8, a42, a48, a60, a62–3, a65–8, a70–1, a87; commissioner to, 207, 247, 297, 300, 304, 322, 341, 354, 375, 377–8.
-, — estates, 87, 547, 549, 123, 127, 170, 174, 567, 191, 250, 281, 580, 322–4, 327, 388, 592, 359, 403–4, 433. 598, 434–5, 441–6, 449–50, 461, 463, 467–77, 600, 479, 482–3, 486–7, 489–92, 500, 505–9, a41, a61.

Conventuals, order of, 90.

Conway, 409, 410.

Cook (Cuik), George, master of work, 315.

Coopers, seal of cause to, 73, 95, a17, a23.

Corbett (Corbart, Corbeht); Gabriel, of Hardgray, 526, a59.
-, — Raan, master of the temple, 5.

Cordiners and Barkers, 78, 545, a18, a24.

Corn market, 341.

Cornwall, 162.

Corpus Christi, altar of, a8.

Correction house. See "Edinburgh" and "Glasgow."

Cottingham, commendator of, 51.

Cotton house, 515, 516.

Council house. See "Glasgow."

Councillors. See "Glasgow."

Courts. See "Burgh court;" "Dean of Guild court."
-, Court of Pies-poudrees or dusty-feet, 9.
-, — Session, 124, 157, 169, 344.
-, Courts, Coble, 559.
-, — of High Commission, 255, 278, 286, 331, 586, 366, 396, 435; consolidation of, 278.
-, High Court of Justice, 504, 515–6.
-, High Court of Justiciary, 293.

Cousland, barony of, 129.

Covenants. See "National Covenant," and "Solemn League and Covenant."

Covenanters, 572, 345, 588, 374, 376–8, 590, 379, 380, 383, 387–90, 591, 393–5, 407, 409–10, 443, 448, 454, 480, 489, 506.

Cowcaddens, lands of, 496.
-, — meikle, lands of, a66.

Cowgask, lands of, 128.

Cow lone, 524.

Cowper, bishop of Galloway, 583.
-, — master John, minister, 561, 177–8, 631, a40.

Crafts. See "Incorporations."
-, — hospital. See "Trades' Hospital."

Craftsmen, privileges of, a18.

Cragu, a4.

Craig, Elizabeth, 382.
-, — John, 564; notary, 605, 619.
-, — Sir Thomas, 382.

Craigs. See "Easter Craigs," "Wester Craigs."

Crail, 196, 258, 261–2, 266, 584, a65, a74; constabulary of, 162; schools of, 65; quartermasters of, 162.

Cramers, meaning of term, a50.

Cramond, 209.

Crane, James, 378.

Craven, Paul, 49.

Crawford (Craufurd) castle, 132.
-, — earl of, 129, 133, 147.
-, — Henry, of Culross, 360.
-, — Henry, parish clerk, 69, 70.
-, — Henry, to examine river Clyde, 258.
-, — John, visitor, 267, 306.
-, — Laurence, of Kilbirny, 551.
-, — captain Thomas, of Jordanhill, 550, 97, 551, 98, 111, 114, 560, 634.
-, — Thomas, tenant of Partick mill, 558.
-, — William, of Baquhary, 624.

Crawford and Lindsay, John, earl of, 596, 452, 453, 601.

Creich, 381.

Crichton, Beatrice, wife of master John Spottiswood, superintendent of Lothian, 203.
-, — bishop. See "Clergy."
-, — Patrick, of Lugton, 203.
-, — Robert, 70, 541.

Criminals, apprehending, a8.

Cristina, wife of Robert, the procurator, a6.

Croft, sub-chanter's. See "Sub-chanter's Croft."

Cromarty, chanonry of, 148.

Cromwell, Oliver, protector, 585, 325, 586, 382, 591, 438, 441, 599, 478–9, 482–8, 502–16.
-, — Richard, protector, 382.

Cropnestock, 250, a62.

Cross, Glasgow. See "Glasgow Cross."
-, — James, 47.

Crosses, the two (twa crocis), a15.

Crubbis, 250, 275, a62.

Cruikis, alias Fowlar, William, a35.

Cruikisfie, 200, a47.

Cruikisford, 116, 119.

Crux, alias Fowlare, Adam, a35.

Cuik. See "Cook."

Culbowie, 135.

Culdees, college of, 58.

Culross, 57, 258, 583, 360.

Cumberland, 196.
-, — duke of, 599.

Cumbrae (Comray), Little, 167.

Cumbria, 523; diocese of, 523.
-, — bishop of, 522.

Cumming (Cuming, Cumyng), son of earl of Athole, 26.
-, — Peter, master of work, 399, 460; water bailie, 507.

Cumyn, William. See "Buchan, earl of."

Cunclut. See "Kinclaith."

Cunningham (Conyghame, Cuninghame, Cunynghame, Cwmynghame), 523; bailiary of, 103, 587, a80.
-, — Adam, advocate and commissary of Dumfries, 344.
-, — Agnes, wife of Adam Wallace, 624.
-, — Andrew, 54, 492; dean of guild, 460, 474.
-, — Archibald, bailie of Dumbarton, a60.
-, — David. See "Clergy."
-, — David, official of Glasgow, 157.
-, — Mr. David, feuar, 560.
-, — Mr. David, vicar of Glasgow, secundo, a10–11.
-, — Donald, of Aikenbar, 59, 157.
-, — Gabriel, 374, 376, 391, 394, 397, 415, 461, 492, a72, a75, a78, a80; bailie, 284, 287, 581, 292, 294, 296–7, 583; provost, 300–1, 304, 321–2, 324, 328–33, 338, 399, 407, 412, 413, 635–6, a78.
-, — John, bailie, 297.
-, — Umphra, 619–20, a58.
-, — William, bailie, 553–4, 126–7, 131, 154, 161, 165, 167, a28.

Cuninglaw, 104, 166, a39.

Cupar, 577, 261, 266, a63, a65; castle of, 21.

Curriehill, 250.

Curry, John, a10.

Custom house, old. 626.

Customs. See "Tolls."

Dagobert, 64.

Dairsie, 204, 206.

Daldowie, lands of, a72.

Dalgleish (Dalgles), Mr. Simon, 35, 43–5, 534, 74, a11.

Dalhousie, lord, 392.

Dalkeith, 121, 124, 126, 194, 331, 387, 390, a29, a35; regality of, 134.
-, — lord of, 119.

Dalmarnock (Dalmurneck), a4.

Dalmatia, 61.

Dalry, 345; parish church of, 59.

Dalrymple, Andrew, 279.

Dalziel (Dalyell), church of, 326.

Dalziel (Dalyell), lord, 398.
-, — Robert, of that Ilk, 135.
-, — vicar of, 55.

D'Antragues, Balsac, seigneur, 555.

Darlington, 410.

Darnley, dukedom of, 129; earldom of, 129, 200; lands of, 116, 200, a47.
-, — earl of, 119, 291, a47.
-, — Henry, lord, 534, 71, 73, 87–9, 113, 553, 117, 128, 560–1.
-, — John, lord, 532.
-, — Matthew, lord, a28.

Darnley's cottage, 534.

Dasie-greene, lands called, a38.

D'Aubign (D'Aubigny), family of, 80.
-, — Esme, lord, 115–6, 555, 119, 191, 254, a28.
-, — George, lord, 299.
-, — John, lord, 536, 115, a15.
-, — Ludovick, lord and cardinal, 299, a47.

David, prince of Cumbria, 522–3. See also "Sovereigns of Scotland."

Davidson, minister, 153, 173.
-, — master John, 193.

Davidstoune, 105.

Davison, Mr. Secretary, 137–9.

Deacon-Convener of the Trades. See "Trades' House."

Dean of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."
-, — Faculty, 364.
-, — Glasgow. See "Clergy."
-, — Guild, of Merchants' House of Glasgow, 17, 157, 564, 569, 572, 210–2, 215–9, 222, 573, 224, 241, 243, 576–7, 249, 252–3, 578, 259, 262, 265, 267, 274, 297, 301, 583, 306–7, 314– 5, 317, 322, 328–30, 338, 343, 350–1, 356, 586, 359, 368–9, 372, 379, 590, 399, 400, 414–5, 418, 423, 430–1, 433, 439, 440, 445, 450, 460, 470, 474, 481, 484, 490, 493, 507, 608–12, 621, a77.
-, — Guild Courts, 572, 211. See also "Merchants."

Deanside (Denside, Denesyde), 250, 275, a6, a33, a62.

Deaths, &c. See "Register of Deaths, &c."

Declaration, Large. See "Large Declaration."

Dee, bridge of, 390, 393, 448.

Deeds, Register of. See "Register of Deeds."

De-la-Sie, in Poitou, Abbey of, 73.

Denbigh, Earl of, 513.

Denmark, 151–2, 488, 629.
-, — ambassador to, 543.

Dennelstoun, Sir Robert, 244.

Denniston, James, skipper, 290.

Derwent river, 523.

Devon, 162; shire, 145.

"Diana," the ship, 565.

Dick, Janet, 412.

Dickson (Dicksoun), Mr. David, Professor of Divinity, and minister of Collegiate charge, 283, 588, 590, 395, 490, 631, a84–5, a87.
-, — John, merchant, 605–8, 619–20.

Dieppe, 198.

Directory for Public Worship. See "Liturgy."

Dirleton, barony of, 129.

Discipline, Book of, 72, 83, 99, 101, 118, 156, 162, 203, 366.

Dixon. See "Dickson."

Dobbie's lone, 54–5.

Doctor, meaning of term, 16.
-, — of medicine. See "Physicians."

Dominicans, 19, 86.
-, — friars. See "Blackfriars."

Donaldson (Donaldsoun), Richard, a56.
-, — William, 541.

Doncaster castle, 465.

Donegal, 254, 578.

Donibristle, 562.

Donydour. See "Dundemore."

Dormonesyde, 116.

Douay, college of, 3.

Dougall (Dowgall), John, mealman, 361.

Douglas, 529, 632, a27; castle, 390; faction, 52; family of, 50.
-, — master Archibald, parson of Glasgow, 98, 560–1, 178, 602; senator, College of Justice, a25.
-, — James, of Achincassil, a7.
-, — master John, archbishop of St. Andrews, 99, 100.
-, — lord, sheriff of Teviotdale, 393.
-, — lady Margaret, 538, 87.
-, — Sir Robert, of Blackerston, 454, 494–5, 497.
-, — Sir Robert, of Blythswood, 314.
-, — Sir Robert, of Spott, 586.
-, — Robert, of Lintclowden, a27.
-, — dame Susana, wife of Sir Robert Douglas, of Blackerston, 494–5, 497.
-, — Walter, bailie, 297, 329; visitor, 259, 262.
-, — Sir William, 529, 284.

Douglases, the, 50, 52.

Doune castle, 135.

Dover, 304.

Dowgall. See "Dougall."

Dowhill, 250, a62.

Downham, 465.

Downie, barony of, 331.

Drake, Sir Francis, English admiral, 145.

Dreghorn, 116.

Driffisdale. See "Dryfesdale."

Drimont. See "Drymen."

Drontheim in Norway, 40.

Drumlanrig castle, 284.

Drummond, Sir John, of Hawthornden, 247.

Drury, Sir William, 551.

Dryburgh, 538; church of, 44; commendator of, 51.

Dryfesdale (Driffisdaill), kirk of, 424, 601, a88.

Drygate (Drigate, Drygait, Drygaitt), 524, 28, 342, 373, 627, a25, a39, a56, a76, a81; brig, a34; head, 341, a43; port, 195, 235–6, 625, 627.

Drymen (Drimont), 500; kirk of, 424, 601, a88.

Drysdale, John, minister of Blackfriars, 353.

Duart, 246.

Dublin, 384, 578.

Ducalced friars, 90.

Duchal, 533.

Dumbarton (Dumbartane, Dunbartan, Dunbartane, Dunbarton), 522, 11, 13, 14, 19, 35–6, 40, 68, 71, 544, 92, 96, 126, 129, 559, 154, 563–4, 167, 175, 569–70, 198–9, 571–2, 574–5, 233, 247, 578–9, 581, 288, 295–7, 341–2, 451, 457, a8, a14, a21, a24, a28, a33, a36–7, a39, a42, a45–6, a53, a60, a63, a71; castle, 528, 532, 537, 71, 550, 96–7, 126, 556, 232, 390, 397, 405, 410, 509, a14, a24, a47, a57–8; harbour, 288; shire of, 532, 113, 116, a21.
-, — bailies of, 154, 572.
-, — sheriff of, and sheriffdom of, 113, 116, 119, 135, 200, a47.

Dumbuck ford, 544, 265, 579, 360.

Dumfries, 551, 196, 571, 284, 583, 397, 405, 442, 443, 451, a72; shire of, 551.
-, — commissary of, 344.
-, — rector of school in, 45.

Dun, master David, 44.

Dunbar, 265, 579, 273, 276, 305, 583, 309, a68; battle of, 382; earldom of, 115.
-, — Archibald, of Baldoon, provost, 634.
-, — Gavin, archbishop, 52–4, 535, 59, 536, 539, 69, 71, 80, 102, 105, 361, 629, a14–17.
-, — bishop of Aberdeen. See "Clergy."
-, — earl of, 52.
-, — George, earl of, 223, 225–6, 248, 256, 263.
-, — John, of Mochrum, 52.
-, — Margaret, 52.

Dunblane, 185; see of, 40, 43, 51, 100.
-, — bishop of. See "Clergy."

Duncan, George, of Barrowfield, 354, 435.

Duncan, James, 492.
-, — Walter, reader, Blackfriars church, 353.
-, — William, 309.

Dundas, Marion, wife of master James Law, archbishop of Glasgow, 277.

Dundee (Dundie), 543, 544, 78, 118, 128, 559, 147–8, 151, 159, 165, 172–3, 565, 195, 207, 574, 233, 248, 577, 255, 265–6, 582, 297, 583–4, 350, 363, 371, 431, 451, 452, a33, a55, a57–8, a71–2, a74, a87; quarter of Forfarshire, 162.
-, — constable of, 198.
-, — town-clerk of, 411.

Dundemore (Donydour), Mr. Stephen de, bishop and canon. See "Clergy."

Dundonald, 632.

Dundrennan, abbey of, 537.

Dunfermline, 192, 571, 581, 293, 336; abbey of, 49, 50–1; church of Holy Trinity, 44; quarter of Fifeshire, 162; schools, 66.
-, — abbot of, 51.
-, — Alexander, earl of, chancellor, 263.
-, — earl of, 431.
-, — quartermasters of, 162.

Dunfolenthim, in Athole, 25.

Dunglas, 392; castle, 509.

Dunidouir, Sir Richard of, prepositus, 16, 633.

Dunipace, 547.

Dunkeld, 185, 444, 452–4; see of, 40, 43, 51, 70, 100.
-, — bishop of. See "Clergy."

Dunlop, Alexander, 46; merchant, a60.
-, — Andrew, bailie, 539, 541.
-, — Bessie, 293.
-, — James, of Garnkirk, 526.
-, — James, a58.
-, — Mr. John, 339; bailie, 343.
-, — Mr. John, of Garnkirk, 347.
-, — Patrick, alias "Loppy," a89.
-, — William, bailie, 474; dean of guild, 484, 490, 507.

Dunnottar, 390.

Dunse, 588, 393, 408.

Duplin, 126.

Durham, 59, 392, 410, 422, 443, 504; county of, 410.
-, — dean of, 590, 396.
-, — James A. M., minister, Blackfriars, 632.

Durie, bishop. See "Clergy."

Dyehouse, 626.

Dyers. See "Bonnetmakers and Dyers."

Dysart, 151, 156, 562–3, 194, 584, a36, a74.
-, — quartermasters of, 162.