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1897

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'Index: M-Z', Charters and Documents relating to the City of Glasgow 1175-1649: Part 1 (1897), pp. 121-136. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50508 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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M'Caslan, Allaster, chirurgeon, 181.

M'Caulay, Aulay, of Ardencapill, 199.

Macdonald, Alaster, known as "Colketto," 446–8, 479, 480, 482.

M'Gill (Makgill), David, of Neisbett, 556.
-, — Mr. Robert, servitor, a63.
-, — Samuel, 253.

Mack, Robert, bailie, 484; water bailie, 460, 475.

M'Kalzane, Euphane, burned for witchcraft, 582.

Mackenneth, Malcolm, 63.

Mackenzie, of Kintail, family of, 323.

Maclean, bishop, 72.

M'Lure, Dr., 480, 481.

M'Millan, John, servitor, 624.

M'Neill, Evir, chirurgeon, 183.

Madonna, 69.

Madrid, 303.

Magdalen (Magdalene), princess, 629; queen, 52, 54.

Magister or master, meaning of term, 16.

Magistrates. See "Edinburgh" and "Glasgow."

Magna charta, 316.
-, — of the church, 156; of presbytery, 267.

Magsuen, bishop, 522.

Mair. See "Major."

Maitland, Mr. James, 597.
-, — Sir John, of Thirlestane, lord chancellor, 133, 143, 152, 562.

Major (Mair), John, principal regent of Glasgow college, 535.

Makgill. See "M'Gill."

Malcolm. See "Sovereigns of Scotland."

Malt market, 142, 161.

Maltmen, craft of, license to exact extra dues from gratis burgesses, 340, 341.

Maltmen, visitor of. See "Visitor of Maltmen and Mealmen."

Malvoisin, William, bishop, 5, 627.

Manchester, 429.
-, — earl of, 438, 441.

Manirstown, 209.

Manrent, band of, 62, a13.

Manses or houses for canons, a5.

Manufactory established in Drygate, 373.

Mar, earl of, 96–8, 100, 104, 111, 123, 125, 133–5, 187, 390, 456, a29.
-, — John, earl of, 555.
-, — Mary, countess of, 555.

March, earl of, 52, 115, 129.
-, — earldom of, 115.
-, — Esme, earl of, 299.
-, — Robert, earl of, 130, a32.

Margaret, maid of Norway, 15, 18.
-, — princess, daughter of Henry VII., 629; daughter of James VI., 192.
-, — queen of Malcolm III., 522.
-, — queen of James IV., 533, 50–1, 80, 87.

"Marie Gawane," the ship, 565.

"Marie and John," the ship, 565.

Mariners, pressing of, a53.

Marischall, earl, 266, 404.
-, — George Keith, earl, 151.

Marjory, daughter of king Robert I., 24.

Market cross, 524, 28, 531, 38, 537, 130, 142, 163, 188, 572, 234–6, 315, 363, 589, 383, 592, 470, 474, 492, 499, 507, 518, 623, 626, a8, a18, a40, a46, a55, a77.
-, — of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

Markets, 524, 6, 525, 8, 10, 13, 23, 25, 28, 66–7, 341, 357, 359, 361, 364, 405, 444; establishment of, is a royal prerogative, 8; market days for baxters, a18. See also "Bear and Malt market," "Corn market," "Horse market," "Meal market," and "Seed market."

Marriages, &c. See "Register of marriages, &c."

Marshall, Gilbert, 458; procurator-fiscal, 315, 318, 328.
-, — John, treasurer, 343.

Marston Moor, battle of, 591, 443.

Martin (Martyne), Andrew, treasurer, 379.
-, — John, 541.
-, — master, physician, 25.

Mary (Marie). See also "Sovereigns of Scotland" and "William and Mary."
-, — collegiate church of. See "Churches, Tron."
-, — de Medici, wife of Henry IV. of France, 304.
-, — queen of England, 82.

Mary of Guise. See "Loraine, Mary of."
-, — queen of Scots, foundation of, 86.
-, — virgin. See "Virgin Mary."

Masons, 185; seal of cause to, 73–4, a17.

Master of merchant company of Edinburgh, 17.
-, — of work. See "Glasgow," "Hutchesons' hospital."

Mauchline, 489, 505, 632.

Maurice, lord of Luss, 15.
-, — prince, 599.

Maxwell, Dr. James, minister, Edinburgh, 347.
-, — John, of Nether Pollok, 166.
-, — John, bailie, 338.
-, — John, bishop of Ross, and of Killala and Achonry, 384; archbishop of Tuam, 384.
-, — John, A.M., minister of Cathedral, 630.
-, — lord, 53, 133.
-, — Patrick, of Newark, 287, 288.
-, — Patrick, bailie, 289, 290, 294.
-, — Robert, lord, 537.

Maybole, parish church of, 59.

Mayne, Dr., 442.

Mazarin, minister of France, 463.

Meadowflat (Medowflatt), 250, a43, a62.
-, — well in Deanside, a6.

Meal market, 327, 346, a77.

Mealmen, visitor of. See "Visitor of Maltmen and Mealmen."

Mean, John, merchant, Edinburgh, 588.
-, — Mrs., his wife, 588.

Mecklenburg, duke of, 159.

Medros, barony of, a72.

Meikle Cowcaldanis. See "Cowcaddens."
-, — wynd, 35. See also "High street."

Mellendoner. See "Molendinar."

Melrose, 538; abbey and abbot of, 524; church of St. Mary of (see "St. Mary of Melrose"); monastery of, 5, 524–5.
-, — earl of, 298.

Melville, Andrew, 101, 111, 112, 121, 122, 134, 139, 203, 221, 239, 240, 296.
-, — Andrew, professor of divinity, Sedan, 240.
-, — Andrew, principal of the college of Glasgow, 386.
-, — James, 134, 172, 173, 239, 240.
-, — Sir Robert, of Murdocairny, 556.

Menteith, lake of, 67.
-, — Mary, countess of, 23.

Meneteth, Sir John de, 528, 21.

Menzies, lieutenant-colonel, 505.

Merchants, 17; letters of guildry to, 210, 572, 211–2, 218, 297, 301, 368, 369, 605–22, a49, a51, a69. See also "Dean of Guild."
-, — hospital, 215, 308, 418, a50.

Merchants' house, 219.

Merschell. See "Marshall."

"Merrie Katharine," the ship, 565.

Merse, 551.

Methven, 51, a47.
-, — lord, 51, 291..

Metropolitan kirk. See "Churches, Cathedral."

Michelson, Sir John, town clerk, 38.

Middle ages, 533.

Middleton, major-general, 475, 477, 480, 488, 489, 503.

Mill, Walter, 71.

Millar (Miller, Myllar), John, treasurer, 484, 493.
-, — Patrick, 541.
-, — Mr. Peter, magistrate of Edinburgh, 169.
-, — William, of Slatefield, 158.

Milntown, 209.

Mills, town's, inhabitants astricted to, 575–6, 358; superiority of, 581.
-, — on the Kelvin: Fulling mill or waulk mill, afterwards Archibald Lyon's mill, 76, 542, 77, 576, 146, 166, 358, a18, a24, a27, a89; Partick mills, including wheat mill belonging to baxters, 550, 97, 558, 575–6, 250, 358, 495.
-, — on the Molendinar burn: Old mill, 29, 76, 77, 146, 576, 358; Sub—dean's mills, 575–6, 358.

Ministers, provision for, 497–8. See also "Clergy."

Minorite friars. See "Greyfriars."

Minto, laird of. See "Stewart."

Mirepoix, in Foix, bishopric of, 54.

Mitchelson, George, surgeon, 181, 442.

Mithyngby, Robert of, 16, 17.

Moffat, Nicholas de, bishop, 14, 15, 627.

Molendinar, 521–2, 29, 58–9, 576, 626–7, a9, a25, a39, a43, a56.

Mollanys (Mollence), lands of, 104–5, 166, a38.

Monk, general, 599.

Monkland, church of, 109, 602, 498, a72; parish of, 59.

Monro. See "Munro."

Montgomery, earl of, 281.
-, — minister, 120, a29–31, a33.
-, — Gabriel de Lorges, sieur de, 539.
-, — lord, 391, 392, 413.
-, — Robert, son of the archbishop, 124.
-, — master Robert (misprinted Alexander), minister, 120, a29–31, a33; archbishop. See "Clergy."

Montpellier, 48.

Montreuil, French agent, 466.

Montrose, 78, 184, 190, 266, 584, 451, 454, a74; old, 393.
-, — earl of, 229, 240, 280, 345, 376, 590–1, 387, 389, 390, 392–3, 398, 406–9, 419, 434, 442–3, 447–9, 452–6.
-, — James, marquis, 589, 457–60, 466–7, 479, 480.
-, — John, earl of, 127–8, 555, 129, 556, 131, 133, 560, 589, 634, a32; master of, a57.
-, — master of, 231.

Monypenny, David, of Pitmilly, 53.
-, — Isabella, 53.

Moray, 118, 185, 196; see of, 40, 51, 100.
-, — bishop of. See " Clergy."
-, — dean of, 52.
-, — earl of (regent), 60, 71, 82, 546–7, 87, 91–2, 550, 93–7, 99, 105, 111, 562, 178, 310, a25.
-, — earl of, 155, 506.
-, — James, earl of, a21.

Morebattle (Moirbottilis, Morbottle), manse of, a37, a54.
-, — rector of, 222, a37.

Mordington, 506.

Morken, king, 58.

Morpeth, 443.

Morrison (Morsoun, Moresoune, Moriesone, Morison), Allan, a10.
-, — James, lister, 493.
-, — James, visitor, 439.
-, — Margaret, 472.
-, — Thomas, bailie, 292, 294, 296, 328; deaconconvener, 252, 259, 267, 621.

Mortimer, 528.

Morton, earl of (regent), 72, 546, 88, 91, 92, 96, 98, 99, 101, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 114, 117, 119, 128, 133.
-, — earl of, 310, 331, 332.
-, — James, earl of, a25.
-, — Kentigern, a89.

Muchalls, 390.

Mudie, Andrew, treasurer, 460.

Muir (Mure), Andrew, 541; bailie, 539; chirurgeon, 181.
-, — Archibald, 541.
-, — George, 576; bailie, 252, 338; dean of guild, 249; merchant, 605–6, 608, 619.
-, — John, bailie, 539, 75, 540, 541, 545, a17; skipper, 606–8, 620.
-, — John, of Caldwell, 535, a13.
-, — Quintin, 589.
-, — Robert, 541, a60.
-, — Thomas, 174, 181; bailie, 165, 210, 237, 238, 605–8, 619–20, a58, a60.
-, — William, 606–7, 620; flesher, 608.

Muirhead (Murehead), Andrew, bishop. See "Clergy."
-, — James, a66.
-, — Katherine, burned for witchcraft, 582.
-, — Marion, a25.
-, — master Thomas, 48, 60.
-, — William, 166.

Mukcrawis, 105.

Mull, 26, 246.
-, — of Galloway. See "Galloway, mull of."
-, — of Kintyre. See "Kintyre, mull of."

Munn (Mwn), John, deacon, 621.

Munghu, 57.

Mungo. See "St. Kentigern."

Munro (Monro), general Robert, 404, 593, 407, 427, 502, 503, 504, 505.

Murdoch, son of duke of Albany, 27.

Mure. See "Muir."

Murray, Sir Gideon, of Elibank, 283.
-, — John, of Tullibardine, 135.
-, — Sir Robert, 467.
-, — William, of Tullibardine, 457. See also "Moray."

Murroch, 11.

Musgrave, Sir Philip, 502–4.

Music schools, 66.

Muskets. See "Arms."

Musselburgh, 422; schools of, 66.

Mwn. See "Munn."

Myllar. See "Millar,"

Mylne, Patrick, a62.
-, — Thomas, chirurgeon, 180.

Napier (Naper), Robert, of Blakyairdis, a59.

Naples, 533, 32.

Naseby, 453.

National covenant, 589, 375–6, 590, 381–3, 591, 396, 404–5, 599, 517.

Natives, meaning of term, 12.

Neill, Adam, cordiner, a59.
-, — John, "knok" maker, 307, 309, 315.

Neilson, John, 360.
-, — Walter, treasurer, 439; visitor, 379, 399, 433, 445, 471.
-, — William, 307, 364, 377–8; bailie, 314, 356, 379, 590, 414, 445, 470, 492, 622–3, a74; deacon—convener, 306, 314, 317, 322, 423, 433; treasurer, 297; visitor, 297, 301.

Neisbet. See "Nisbet."

Neithan, 11.

Nesbit. See "Nisbet."

Ness, loch and valley of, 449.
-, — physician, 25.

Nether Barresyett. See "South port."

Nether Newton. See "Newton, Nether."

Netherton, lands of, 104, 116.
-, — of Hamilton, 86.

Newark, 40, 287, 340, 398, 463, 466; harbour, 288; roadstead, 288, 359; village of, 288, 544. See also "Port-Glasgow."
-, — David, lord, 591. See also "Leslie, major-general David."

Newbattle (Newbottle), 533.
-, — lord, 119, 566.

Newburn, 409.

Newcastle, 528, 205, 240, 331, 384, 393, 406, 409, 419, 422, 429, 441, 443, 445, 455, 466–8, 477, 479, 483, 485, 514.
-, — earl of, 298, 591, 429.
-, — marquis of, 441.

New kirk and yard. See "Churches."

Newliston, 277.

Newmarket, 479, 482, a79.

New pedagogy. See "University."

Newport, 486, 507.

Newton (Neutun), lands of, 526, a4–5.
-, — lands of Nether, 496, a66.
-, — park, 496.

Neyfs in gross, 12; regardant, 12, 13, 17, 18.

Nicholas V., pope, 31, 32.

Nicol (Nicoll), John, 342, a25.
-, — John, writer, 344, 356.

Nicolas, physician, 25.

Nicolson, Thomas, procurator, 344.

Niddry castle, 92.

Ninian. See "St. Ninian."

Night watch. See "Watch, night."

Nisbet (Neisbet, Nesbit), Gavin, 306; bailie, 350, 438; deacon convener, 343.
-, — James, a63.
-, — Sir Philip, 456.
-, — William, tailor, a60.

Nominis Jesu, altar of, 69, a17, a89.

Norfolk, duke of, 545.

Norham, 529.

Normandy, 5.

Northampton, 529.

North Berwick, Cistercian monastery of, 60.

North (or Stable green) port, 209, 222, 235, 248, 341, 625–6, a25, a53, a55, a73.

North sea, 146.

Northumberland, county of, 410.

North-west church. See "Churches."

Norvell, Thomas, treasurer, 301.

Norway, 146, 151, 467.

Norttingham, 429, 599, 477, 504.

Noyon, bishopric of, 64.

Nye, 436.

Observantines. See "Greyfriars."

Ochiltree, 143.
-, — Andrew, lord, 245, 246, 254.
-, — lord, 117.

O'Dogherty, Sir Cohir, 254.

Officials of Glasgow. See "Glasgow officials."

Ogilvie (Ogilvey), Alexander, of Innerquharity, 456; residenter, Leith, a73.
-, — earl of, 554.
-, — Jean, a34.
-, — John, Jesuit, 204, 276, 277.
-, — lord, 119, 398, 457.

Old mill, Glasgow. See "Mills."

Old Montrose. See "Montrose, old."

Old Wynd, 626.

Opsloe, or Christiania, in Norway, 152.

Orange, prince of, 326, 599.

Orbieston, laird of, 83.

Ordour of Geneva, or the Book of our Common Order. See "Liturgy."

Orkney, 185; bishopric of, 424; see of, 40, 277.
-, — bishop of, 72, 101, 248, 274, 277, 372, 382, 384–5, a69.
-, — earl of, 185.

Ormond, marquis of, 49.
-, — Charles, marquess of, 192.

Orr (Or), John, merchant, 451, a58; treasurer, a56.

Osborne, John, younger, a73.

Otterburn (Otterburne), John, 225, a41.

Our Lady chapel, 524; college, 363.
-, — of Pietie, altar of, 65, a17, a89.

Outer kirk. See "Churches."

Out toll, 18, 19.

Over port, 142.
-, — Possil. See "Possil, over."

Oxford, 31–2, 305, 345, 597–8, 434, 443, 599, 465–6, 488; shire, 445.

Oyse, meaning of term, 252.

Pacification, act of, a35, a41.

Padie, James, master of work, 330, 338; treasurer, 315.
-, — John, assessor to convention of royal burghs, 304; bailie, 301, 306, 317, 321, 329; deacon-convener, 297.

Padua, 50.

Painter. See "Paniter."

Paisley, 530, 195, 284, 296, 356, a8, a42; abbacy of, 71, 134; abbey of, 135; convent of, a8; church of, a33; fortalice of, 135; regality of, 495.
-, — abbot of, 70–1, a8.
-, — chamberlain of, 134.

Paisley, commendator of, 114, 125, 133, 134.

Palace of Glasgow. See "Glasgow castle."
-, — yard, 511.

Palatine, elector. See "Elector palatine."

Palestine, 523, 56.

Pallioune (Paleowne) croft, 250, a62.

Palmer, Alexander, prepositus, 16, 633.

Paniter (Painter), Sir Alexander, 65, a16.
-, — John, master of singing school, 65, 549, a22.
-, — Thomas, a16.

Panmure, earl of, 2.

Paris, 1, 2, 3, 32, 53, 73, 123, 126, 179, 180, 568, 198, 203, 211, 304.

Parishschool, establishment of. See "Schools."

Parishes of Glasgow. See "Quarters and parishes."

Park, Patrick, master of work, 414.

Parliament house, Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."
-, — the long, 411, 437, 517.
-, — the short, 403.

Parliaments, union of, a48, a60.

Parma, prince of, 145.

Parsonage of Glasgow. See "Glasgow."

Parson's croft, 560; haugh, 560; lands, a43.

Parthekscott, 116.

Partick (Partheic, Perdehic, Perdeyc, Pertheic, Perthec), 523, 166, a4, a39; auld park of, 104; new park of, 104, 496, a66; wood, a66. See also "Mills."

Paschal, pope, 523.

Paschmes teinds. See "Teinds."

Paterson (Patersoune), Archibald, weaver, 235.
-, — John, 46.
-, — Ninian, treasurer, 330.
-, — Peter, a54.
-, — Robert, treasurer, 322; visitor, 414.

Patoune, Peter, 459, 461.

Patrick, bishop of Ross, a75.

Paul III., pope, 53, 54.
-, — David, a86.

Paulet, David, 137.

Paul's work, Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

Pedagogy. See "University."

Peebles, 132, 209; division of burgh into wards, 162.
-, — rector of, 523.

"Pelican", the ship, 565.

Pembroke, 487, 502.
-, — earl of, 281.

Penitence, brethren of, 90.

Pentland, 206; firth, a19.

Perdeyc. See "Partick."

Personis. See "Parsons."

Perth, 528, 49, 543–4, 78, 87, 99, 102, 552, 123, 128, 559, 147–8, 151, 159, 171, 187, 195, 207, 571, 574, 228–30, 233, 248, 577, 255, 265–6, 279, 286, 290, 582, 291, 296, 583, 300, 311, 318, 329, 336, 350, 384, 444, 447–8, 450–3, 457, 459, 462, a24, a30–1, a35, a41, a46, a48, a55–9, a71–2, a83; church of, 44; five articles of, 290–1, 582, 298, 583, 313, 366, 378, 589, 384–5, 396; schools of, 44, 65; division of shire of, into quarters, 162.
-, — quartermasters, 162.
-, — sheriff and sheriffdom of, 128,200,475, a47.

Pestilence. See "Plague."

Petition of right, 316.

Pettigrew, Thomas, 148, 567, 570, 212, 620; master of work, 193, 227, 241–4.

Philip, king of Spain, 145–7, 303.

Philiphaugh, 345, 456–7, 477.

"Phœnix," the ship, 565.

Physicians, 25.
-, — and surgeons, Glasgow, 26, 568. See also "Barbers" and "Chirurgeons."

Piccolomini, Æneas Sylvius. See "Pius II."

Pietie, our lady of. See "Our lady of Pietie."

Pinkie, battle of, 538.
-, — cleuch, 68.

Piracy, suppression of, a33.

Pittenweem, 51, 565.

Pitterlie, barony of, 331.

Pius II., pope, 27.
-, — IV., pope, 73.

Plague, 527, 529, 45, 48, 534, 56, 60, 539, 146, 193–6, 571, 573, 227, 574, 235, 248, 301–2, 328, 445, 462, 471–2, 475, 600, 480–1, 498–500, 505, 625, a45, a47.

Pollok, parish of, 196.
-, — Alexander, treasurer, 242–3.
-, — John, a12–13.
-, — Thomas, 458.
-, — Thomas, treasurer, 433.

Polmadie, 11.

Polwarth, laird of, 244.

Pont, master Robert, 121.

Popery, as to suppression of, 164.

Popes:
-, Adrian IV., 54.
-, Alexander III., 523, 524, a4.
-, Benedict XIII., 28, 31.
-, Calistus II., 523.
-, Clement VII., 23, 53, 628.
-, Eugenius III., 523.
-, Gregory I., 58.
-, Gregory VIII., 44.

Popes:
-, Honorius III., 525, 31, a5.
-, Innocent III., 89.
-, Innocent IV., 19.
-, Innocent VIII., 41, a8–9.
-, John XXII., 22.
-, Julius II., 50–1, 61.
-, Julius III., 72, 540, a17.
-, Leo X., 53.
-, Lucius III., 524, 6, 9, 44, a4.
-, Nicholas V., 31–2.
-, Paschal, 523.
-, Paul III., 53–4.
-, Pius II., 27.
-, Pius IV., 73.
-, Sixtus, IV., 35, 40, 61.
-, Urban, III., 525, a4.
-, Urban VI., 24.

Population of Glasgow, 570, 259.

Porta, inferior. See "South port."

Porter, John, master of the correction house, 342.

Porterfield, George, 374, 458; captain, 391, 394, 404, 408, 415, 441. See also "Glasgow, bailies and provosts."
-, — John. See "Clergy."

Port-Glasgow, 288, 544; harbour, 288, 544.

Portincross (Portincroce), lands of, 103.

Portlock, in Somersetshire, 385.

Ports of Glasgow. See "Glasgow ports."

Possil (Possele), lands of, 526, a5.
-, — over, a68.

Postulate of Glasgow. See "Glasgow."

Pot of the Rig roadstead, 288, 359.

Poundage, tonnage and. See "Tonnage and poundage."

Prague, 32, 599.

Prannel, Henry, of Loudon, 299.

Preaching friars. See "Blackfriars."

Precentor of cathedral. See "Churches, Cathedral."

Prendergeste, Adam, lord of, 17, 18.
-, — Henry, his son and heir, 17.
-, — Patrick, 17, 18.

Prenteineth, 11.

Prepositus, meaning of term, 16–8, 74. See also "Glasgow."

Presbyters (Presbyterians), 153, 345, 367, 436, 462, 477, 479, 482, 485, 504.

Presbytery, magna charta of, 267.
-, — See also "Edinburgh" and "Glasgow."

Preston, 503; battle of, 504.

Prestwick, quartermasters of, 162.

Pride, colonel, 511.

"Pride's Purge," 511–12.

Primrose, Sir Archibald, of Carrington and Chesters, 491.

Printing, art of, 591–2.

Procurator-fiscal. See "Glasgow, common procurator."

Procurators, regulations for, 329.

Provan (Provand), lands of, 560, a80; teinds of, 560.
-, — lord, 560.

Provanside (Provandside, Provanesyd, Provansyde, Provansyid), 250, 275, a43, a48, a54, a62, a67.

Provincial council at Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

Provost, meaning of term, 17.

Provosts. See "Edinburgh" and "Glasgow."
-, — provosts, bailies, &c., to wear gowns with furrings, 255, 582.

Provost's haugh (Proveisthaugh, Proveistishauch), 104, 166, a38, a43; yard, a27.

Public records. See "Records, public."
-, — worship, directory of. See "Liturgy."

Puritans, 153, 317.

Pym, 517.

Quarriers, seal of cause to, 73, a17.

Quartermasters in Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

Quarters and parishes of Glasgow, 47, 161, 175–6, 571, 179, 195, 244, 423, 426.

Quartering of soldiers, 450, 462–3, 469, 475, 489–90.

Queen street, 524.

Queensferry, 209.

Queen's links. See "Aberdeen."

Quhythill, 116.

Quhithorne. See "Whithorn."

Quhytfurd. See "Whytefoord."

Radulph, master, physician, 25.

Rae (Raa), Robert, bailie, 288.
-, — William, bishop. See "Clergy."

Ramsay, Robert, A.M., minister. See "Clergy."

Ramshorn (Ramishorne, Rammishoren), 526, 250, a5, a33, a62.
-, — church. See "Churches."

Randolph, 529.

Rankine (Rankene, Rankyn), John, 541; deacon, 621; mason, a34.

Ranulf, of Haddington, 5.

Ratho, 547, 630.

Rattounraw. See "Rottenrow."

Rebels, act against supplying them, a21, a45.

Recanti, 61.

Recollects, 90.

Records, public, instituted by act of parliament, 191. See also "Register."

Rede. See "Reid."

Redhead, 324.

Reformation, the, 1, 3, 524, 58–60, 536, 62, 65–6, 72, 540, 78, 546–7, 553, 124, 148, 560–1, 177, 179, 277, 319, 362–3, 371, 589, 386, 486.

Regality jurisdictions, 30, 63.
-, — of Glasgow. See "Glasgow, barony and regality of."

Regiam majestatem, 249.

Reginald, 18.

Register of baptisms, marriages, and deaths to be kept by every clergyman, 280.
-, — deeds for the barony of Glasgow and sheriffdom of Renfrew instituted, 191.
-, — reversions, sasines, &c., for the barony of Glasgow and sheriffdom of Renfrew to be kept, 282.

Regulars, dignitaries of, 100.

Reid (Rede), Adam, of Barskimming, 49.
-, — Alexander, treasurer, 227, 241.
-, — Mr. John, 534, a11.
-, — Sir Martyn, 59; chaplain, a68.
-, — master Martyn, chancellor of Glasgow, 45, 534, a11, a16, a68.
-, — Thomas, boat wright, 315.
-, — William, wright, 353.

Remonstrance, the, 316–7.
-, — of the army, the, 508, 510.

Renfrew (Renfrue, Reinfru), 525, 30, 532, 67, 118, 554, 154, 564, 569, 570, 199, 574, 247, 579, 581, 288, 293–5, 340–1, a8, a24, a28, a36, a42, a45, a53, a60, a62–3, a65, a68, a71; church of, 523, 109, 326; manse of, a34; sheriffdom of, 526, 166, 191, 200, 282, 587, 495, a47, a80; shire of, 59, 113, 135, 196, 455, 626, a21.
-, — magistrates of, 554, 293, 294.
-, — rector of, a34.
-, — Sir James of, 16, a6.

Rental rights, 77.

Renzeane, Sir David, chancellor, a14.

Resby, James, 49.

Resolutioners, the, 632.

Restoration, the, 585, 587–8.

Reversions. See "Register of reversions, sasines, &c."

Reynolds, Dr., 207.

Ribble, river, 503.

Rich, colonel, 511.

Richard, bishop of St. Andrews, 26.

Richmond, 202; palace, 533.
-, — duke and dukedom of, 298–9. See also "Lennox."
-, — earl of, 291, 298. See also "Lennox."

Right, petition of. See "Petition of right."

Ripon, 522, 382, 411, 477.

River bailie. See "Glasgow, water bailie."

Rizzio, 548.

Roadsteads. See "Inchgreen," "Newark," and "Pot of the Rig."

Robb (Rob) James, port keeper, 625.
-, — John, 541.

Robert. See "Sovereigns of Scotland."
-, — bishop of Caithness, 99, 113.
-, — of London, brother of Alexander II., 526.
-, — prince, son of James VI., 192.
-, — the procurator, a6.

Roberton (Robertoun), Mr. James, advocate, 344.
-, — Sir Alexander, chaplain, 48.

Robison (Robesoun), Edward, master of work, 507.
-, — William, 620.

Robinson, James, baker, 475.
-, — William, treasurer, 356.

Robroyston (Robrestoun), 105.

Rochelle, 211, 345.

Rochester, bishop of, 204, 258.

Roger, William, 541.

Rollo, Sir William, 443, 456.

Rollok, Mr. David, of Kincladie, 548, 560, a22.
-, — Robert, 548–9, a22.

Rome, 521–3, 42, 534, 48–9, 58, 72, 78, 147, 268, 628–9, a4, a8–9, a13, a17; patronage at court of, a13–15.

Ronaldisyaird, a33.

Roseneath, estate of, 345.

Roslin, 206.

Ross (Ros), 185, 593; bishopric of, 331; chanonry of, 148; see of, 40, 330.
-, — bishop of, 105, 553, 141, 150, 187, 190, 203, 207, 332, 382, 384, a34, a75.
-, — Charles, earl of, 192.
-, — Darnley, earl of, 87.
-, — James, duke of, 49, 534.
-, — Margaret, 554.
-, — master John, a46, a60; commissioner for Glasgow, 151, 159, a37.
-, — John, 253; merchant, a63; procurator, 229, 230.
-, — lord, 81, 88.
-, — Richard, bailie, 573, 624, a23.

Rothes, earl of, 133, 334, 375–6, 590, 392–3, 594.
-, — master of, 55.

Rothesay, 563–4, a42; burgesses of, 563.
-, — Henry, duke of, 200, a47.

Rottenrow (Rattounraw), 524, 28, 32, 38, 341, 627, a7, a41, a43; tenandry of, 275.
-, — port, 195, 235–6, 275, 625, 627.

Rotterdam, 50.

Rouen (Rowen), 211, 382.

Roundcroft, 250, a62.

Roundheads. See "Cavaliers and Roundheads."

Rous, Francis, 437.

Rowatt (Rowat), Alexander, minister, 177, 179.
-, — John, 620; bailie, 296, 297.
-, — Robert, 606–8, 620, a28, a56, a60. See also "Glasgow, bailies and councillors."

Roxburgh, 44, 538; sheriffdom of, 166, a39.
-, — earl of, 369, 370.
-, — Hugh de, bishop, 5, 627.

Royston, a64, a69.

Rupert, prince, 443, 599.

Russell (Russel), Jeremiah, 536.
-, — Jeremy, friar, 90.
-, — lord, 132.

Rutherglen (Ruglene), 525, 10, 11, 20, 30, 66–7, 107, 118, 564–5, 261, a8, a42, a63, a65; deanery of, 59.
-, — magistrates of, 107.

Ruthven, 126, 506; abolition of surname, 190; castle of, 124; lordship of, 131; raid of, 104, 123, 126–7, 130, 556, 135.
-, — Alexander, master of, 187.
-, — earl of, 88.
-, — general, 394; created lord Ruthven of Ettrick, 398, 400, 407.
-, — lady Sophia, 299.
-, — lord, 554.

Rutland, Eleanor, countess of, 539.
-, — earl, 539.

Saddlers, 64, a15.

Sage, bishop, 367.

St. Abb's Head, 324.

St. Andrew, 194.

St. Andrews, 41–2, 49, 51–4, 65, 71, 118, 121, 555, 127, 151, 159, 169, 185, 195, 198, 205, 571, 227, 577, 255, 266, 579, 277–9, 580, 285, 582, 296, 583, 331, 345, 350, 376, 384, 595, 431, 450–1, 457, 498, a29–30, a67, a70–1; castle of, 55, 555, 277; cathedral, 54; church, 44; diocese of, 205, 336; place of friars minors in, a7; presbytery of, 221; priory of, 113, 129, 424; St. Leonard's college, 331; St. Mary's college, 99, 240, 575; see of, 40, 42, 48, 50–3, 70, 99, 277; university of, 31, 53, 99, 277, 381, 589, 424.

St. Andrews, archbishopric of, 49, 50, 70, 278, 424. See also "Clergy."
-, — church, Glasgow. See "Churches."
-, — Ludovick, lord, 291.
-, — quartermasters of, 162.

St. Ann, 61, 68–9; altar of, 68, a16; feast of, 69; prebend and prebendary of, 60, a33.
-, — church of. See "Churches."

St. Asaph, 521, 58.

St. Christopher, 56; altar of, 56, 59.

St. Clair, Sir William, of Roslin, 206.

St. Clare friars, or poor Clares, 90.

St. Columba, 521, 58.

St. Cuthbert, 59; altar of, a7.

St. David's church. See "Churches."
-, — bishop of, 282, 298.

St. Denis, 198.

St. Dominic, 86.

St. Eloy (Eloi or Elijius), 64; altar of, 64, a15.

St. Enoch (St. Thenaw, St. Tenews, St. Tenewis, St. Tenuis, St. Tennoch), 43, 58; church, 43, 176; croft, 250, a35, a62.
-, — gate. See "Trongate."

St. Fergus, 521, 57.

St. Francis of Assise, 89, 90.

St. Fregus. See "St. Fergus."

St. George's chapel, Windsor, 321, 517.
-, — church. See "Churches.

St. Giles cathedral and church, 169–70, 571, 332, 333, 337, 366, 369, 588.

St. Hilary, treasurership of, 73.

St. James, chaplainry of, a56; church of, 176; parish of, 176.

St. James' palace, 515–6.

St. John, 436; altar of, a89; chaplainry of, 327, a53; church of. See "Churches."
-, — Lateran at Rome, cathedral of, 73.

St. Kentigern, 521–2, 526, 41, 43, 54, 57–9, 536; altar of, 34, 58, a5, a12, a89; chaplainry, a67; see of, 41, 43, 58; tomb of, 28.
-, — bell of, 57–8, 65, a11, a13, a16; tree of, 59.

St. Leonard's college. See "St. Andrews."

St. Margaret's church, Westminster, 437.

St. Martin of Tours, 78–9.

St. Mary, chapel of, a8; altars and chaplainries of, 327, a6, a89.
-, — of Loretto, 60.
-, — of Melrose, church of, 5.
-, — of Welbent, a89.
-, — and St. Ann, church of. See "Churches."

St. Mary's church. See "Churches."

St. Mary's college. See "St. Andrews."
-, — light in. See "Churches, Cathedral."
-, — wynd in Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

St. Mauchan, altar of, a7.

St. Michael, chaplainry of, a43; order of, 80.

St. Michael's mount, 465.

St. Mungo, 521, 194; chapel and church of little, 59, 362; and churchyard, 198; freedom of, 30, 78.
-, — bell of. See "St. Kentigern, bell of."
-, — chapel and church of. See "Churches."
-, — city of. See "Glasgow."
-, — fair of. See "Glasgow fair."

St. Mungo's widow, meaning thereof, 78.

St. Neots, 501.

St. Nicholas, chaplainry of, a53; hospital of, 532, 46–8, 55, 549, 222, 278, 596, a22, a25, a27, a34, a35, a37, a54–5, a73.

St. Ninian (St. Ringan), 521, 57, 78, 79, 194; altar of, 78–9, a18; cemetery of, 522.

St. Niuian's (leper) hospital, 40, 79, 359–60, a22. See also "Leper hospital."

St. Paul's, church. See "Churches."
-, — cross, 152–3.

St. Peter's, priory of, 73.

St. Ringan. See "St. Ninian."

St. Roche (St. Roque's), 48, 534; chaplain and chaplainry of, 48, 60; churchyard, 481; prebend of, 60. See also "Churches."

St. Rollox, 48.

St. Roque's. See "St. Roche."

St. Servanus or St. Serf, 57.

St. Stephen, 54.

St. Thenaw (St. Tenews, St. Tenuis, St. Tennoch). See "St. Enoch."

St. Thenaw's gate. See "Trongate."

St. Thomas, altar of, 73, a17; chapel of 524.
-, — of Canterbury, 58.

St. Victoire, monastery of, 568.

St. Vigean's, 331.

St. Wilfrid, 522.

Salernitana schola, 31.

Salerno, 26.

Salisbury. See "Sarum."

Saltmarket, 531, 46–7, 142–3, 160–1, 235, 315, 341, 586, 363, 588, 626, 632.
-, — port. See "South Port."

Sanctuary. See "Gyrth."

Sanders, James, 66.
-, — Robert, 592; of Auldhouse, 592.

Sang school, 536, 65–6, a52.
-, — of metropolitan kirk, 65, a15.
-, — of St. Mary and St. Ann, 65.

Sanquhar, 284; lord, 284.

Saracen head inn, 59, 158, 626.

Sarum, chapter of, 44; customs of, 10, 19.

Sasines, &c. See "Register of reversions, sasines, &c."

Sawyers, seal of cause to, 73, 185, a17.

Scarlet gowns, 255, 582.

Schedenestoun. See "Shettleston."

Scherar. See "Shearer."

Scheves, William, archbishop and archdeacon of St. Andrews, 26, 40, 532, 41, 49.
-, — William, physician, 26.

Schilhill, 77.

Schoolhouse wynd port, 209, 625.

Schools, grammar, 35, 43–6, 534, 66, 552, 192–3, 261, 354; early schools in Scotland connected with the church, 44; schools in burghs, 45, 65; schools in Glasgow, 45; sang schools, 46, 536, 60, 65–6, a15, a52; establishment of parish schools, 334.

Sciennes, 196.

Scone, 22, 39.
-, — David, lord of, a53.
-, — minister of, 206.

Scot. See "Scott."

Scots college, Paris, 1, 2, 3, 4, 73, 82; principal of, 2.

Scott (Scot), John, 606–7, 620; deacon, 608.
-, — Malcolm, called, a6.
-, — Robert, A.M., minister. See "Clergy."
-, — Thomas, deacon convener, 475, 484, 490.
-, — Sir William, of Clerkington, 517.

Scottish estates. See "Convention of estates."
-, — fisheries. See "Herring" and "Lewis, fisheries of."

Scrope, lady, 202; lord, 71.

Scrymgeour, minister, 366.

Seaforth, earl of, 323, 325, 449.

Seaton, lord, 81, 93, 554.

Sedan, 240.

See of Glasgow. See "Glasgow."

Seed market, 341.

Segrave, John de, 528.

Selden, 436.

Selkirk, 44, 244, 247, 261, 456–7, a62–3; forest, 529.

Semple (Sempell, Sempill), Archibald, visitor, 484, 493.
-, — Duncan, 217, 606–8, 620; deacon convener and skipper, 617, a51.
-, — John, commissioner for Dumbarton, 574.
-, — lord, 81, 88, 92, 134.

Senate house. See "Court of session."

Serfs, 12.

Service book. See "Liturgy."

Seymour, Jane, 68.

Sharpe, Patrick, principal of Glasgow university, 241, 296.

Shaw (Schaw), Sir John, of Greenock, 339, 340.
-, — John, bailie, 55, a11; provost, 56, 633.
-, — Thomas, merchant, 451.

Shearer (Scheirer, Scherir, Schirer), David, 492, 606, 620; deacon convener, 301.

Shettleston (Schedenestoun, Schedinistun), cross of, 10, 525, 11, 67; lands of, 525–6, a4–5.

Shipping, 584. See also "Glasgow, shipping."

Shorter catechism, 437.

Short, John, 528.

Short parliament. See "Parliament, short."

Sibbald, colonel, 443.

Siena, 50.

Simon. See "Simpson."

Simpson (Simon, Simson, Symson, Symsone, Sympsoun), physician, 26.
-, — Bartholomew, preceptor, St Nicholas hospital, a25, a27, a35, a43, a55.
-, — master Cuthbert, notary, 1, 55, 625.
-, — John, merchant, 451.

Sinclair, Mr. Henry, dean, 560.
-, — lord, 392, 442.

Sixtus IV., pope, 35, 40, 61.

Skene, Sir John, of Curriehill, 249.

Skinners and furriers, seal of cause to, 56, 210, 271, a12, a48, a69.

Skyre Thursday, meaning of term, 359.

Slaines' castle, 147, 165; charter room of, 62.

Slaters, seal of cause to, 73, a17.

Smalhy, Oliver, prepositus, 18, 19, 633.
-, — Richard, prepositus, 18, 633.

Smeaton, Thomas, principal of the college, 122, 296.

Smith (Smyth), an Englishman, 360.
-, — Gabriel, deacon, 621; smith, 307, 309, 314.
-, — Mr. James, 412.
-, — John, 397, 398, 414, 596, a87; chaplain, St. Nicholas hospital, a35; minister of Leslie, 596.

Smithfield, 528.

Smollett, George, burgess, Dumbarton, a36.
-, — John, of Kirktoun, 556.

Soldiers. See "Army."

Solemn league and covenant, 381, 388, 599, 437, 466–8, 476, 478, 505, 507, 517, 519.

Solway, 523, 538, 443.

Somerset, 385; duke of, 27, 68, 538.
-, — earl of, 27.

Sommervell, lord, 88.

Somerville, Walter, 472.

Song school. See "Sang school."

Souter, Doctor, 182, 183.

Southampton, earl of, 281, 484.

Southesk (Southark), earl of, 589, 400, 414, 596, 475, a87.

South (Porta inferior, Nether Barras yett, or Saltmarket port), 163, 572, 444, 625–6, a9–10.

Southwell, 466.

Sovereigns of Scotland:
-, Alexander I., 523, a3.
-, Alexander II., 10–1, 526, 12, 14, 17, 19, 22, 26, 30, 66–7, 86, a5.
-, Alexander III., 14, 15, 526, 527, 19, 22, 25, 86, 335, 357, 628, a5, a6.
-, Charles I., 60, 176, 205, 581, 288, 582, 299, 303–6, 308, 310–20, 585, 321–7, 330–8, 342, 345, 347–9, 351–2, 355–7, 365, 587, 367, 370–9, 381–3, 386–400, 403–18, 593–5, 419–33, 434, 438–47, 599, 453, 454–5, 462–8, 476–88, 496–7, 501–17, 624, 631, a75–88.
-, Charles II., 556, 581, 308, 325, 340, 588, 382, 491, 517, 518.
-, David I., 5, 521, 523, 10, 30, 44, a3.
-, David II., 22–4.
-, James I., 27, 531, 28, 531, 58, 90, 628.
-, James II., 531, 28, 30–4, 49. 534, 57, 70, a7.
-, James III., 26, 530, 35, 532, 39, 49, 50, 57, 70, 74, 90, 335, 357, 629, a7, a8.
-, James IV., 530–1, 39, 40, 43, 533, 49–51, 57, 69–71, 75, 110, 629, a8–12.
-, James V., 26, 50, 535, 52–4, 535, 57, 67, 538, 70, 543, 629, a12–16.
-, James VI., 11, 26, 530, 534, 60, 66, 538, 70–1, 73, 77, 88, 549, 96–7, 551, 98–9, 101, 103–5, 108–9, 112–26, 555, 127–34, 557, 135–41, 143–4, 558, 145–8, 150–1, 153, 155, 160, 162, 165–6, 564, 169–75, 566, 180, 182, 184–5, 187–91, 570, 197–205, 572, 211, 223–9, 234–48, 253–5, 578, 256–8, 260, 262–4, 266–8, 270, 579, 272–86, 288, 290–1, 296, 583, 300–1, 303–4, 308, 311–2, 318–9, 321, 326, 329–31, 334–5, 337, 339, 357, 360–1, 365, 599, 495–6, 629–30, a23–73.
-, James VII., 308, 326.
-, John Balliol, 18, 20, 23, a6.
-, Malcolm (Canmore) III., 522–3.
-, Malcolm IV., 30, a3.
-, Margaret, 15, 18, a6.
-, Mary, 530, 534, 54, 60, 67–8, 71, 73, 540–5, 80–3, 85, 547, 86–8, 548, 89, 91–3, 550, 94, 96–7, 551, 102–3, 136–8, 557, 139, 141–3, 146, 560, 177, 211, 335, 337, 357, 624, 629, a16–23, a27, a41, a48, a54.
-, Robert I., 10, 20–2, 529, 25, 540, 582, 335, 357.
-, Robert II., 24–6.

Sovereigns of Scotland:
-, Robert III., 25, 27, 30, 41, 49.
-, William the Lion, 5, 524, 6, 525, 9–11, 17, 23, 25, 44, 66, 211, 573, a4.

Spain, 533, 96, 143, 145–7, 254, 305, 383.

Spang, Thomas, 541.

Spanish armada, 145, 146.

Sparrows-aiker, land called, a48.

Spey, upper, 447.

Spottiswood (Spotswoode), Ann, wife of Sir William St. Clair, of Roslin, 206.
-, — Sir John, of Dairsie, 206.
-, — master John, superintendent of Lothian, 101, 203.
-, — master John, parson of Calder, 203; archbishop. See "Clergy."
-, — Sir Robert, of Pentland, and of New Abbey and Dunipace, 206, 345, 457.

Spreull (Sprewll), John, vicar of Glasgow, 602; town clerk, 461, 464, 469–71.

Springburn, parish of, 566.
-, "Sprus Maydene," the ship, a73.

Spynie castle, 385.
-, — lord, 185.

Stable green (Stabill grene, Stabill greyne), 534, 57, 65, 88, 548, 560, 625, a13, a15, a22, a34, a37, a73. See also "North port."

Stalfis, meaning of term, 377.

Stamford, 203.

Star chamber, 320.

Steeple. See "Glasgow, steeple of."

Stercovious, John, a Pole, 272, 579, 580, 273.

Sterling, John, hammerman, 245, 246.
-, — William, merchant, a63.

Stewart (Steuart, Steward, Stuart), of Castlemilk, a61.
-, — Adam, in Windolaw, a12–13.
-, — Alexander, archbishop, 49, 50, 51.
-, — Alexander, a37, a54, a58; bailie, 55.
-, — Allan, bailie, a11; provost, 633.
-, — Sir Andrew, of Ochiltree, 143.
-, — Anne, daughter of Charles I., 326.
-, — lady Arabella, 113, 554.
-, — Sir Archibald, of Finnert, a58.
-, — Archibald, of Castlemilk, 208.
-, — Bernard. See "Litchfield, earl of."
-, — captain, son of lord Ochiltree, 117, 119.
-, See also "Arran, earl of."
-, — Elizabeth, daughter of Charles I., 326.
-, — dame Elizabeth. See "Lennox, Elizabeth, countess of."
-, — Esme. See "D'Aubigne, Esme, lord."
-, — George. See "D'Aubigne, George, lord."
-, — Hector, bailie, 126, 127, 165, 167, 174.

Stewart, lady Henrietta, wife of George, marquis of Huntly, 555.
-, — Henry, second son of lord Avondale, 51; son of Esme, duke of Lennox, 299.
-, — James, duke of Ross, 49.
-, — James, of Cardonald, 133.
-, — James, of Floack, provost, 372, 414, 415, 636.
-, — James, 279, 401, 461, a59, a74. See "Glasgow, bailies and provosts."
-, — Sir John, captain of the Scots guard in France. See "D'Aubigne, John, lord."
-, — John, general of horse, 299.
-, — John, commendator of Coldingham, 534.
-, — Sir John, of Dalswinton, 34.
-, — Sir John, of Minto, 45, 534, 50, 534, 537, 541, 548, 550, 93, 95, 102–3, 105–6, 113, 554, 133, 165, 633–4, all, a23, a25–8, a90.
-, — John, of Bogtoun, 541.
-, — John, of Rosland, 200, a47.
-, — John, a84–5; bailie, 29; provost, 34, 38, 74–5, 633.
-, — Jonet, wife of Robyn Hall, of the Fulbare, 34.
-, — Ludovick. See "D'Aubigné, Ludovick, lord."
-, — Sir Ludovick, of Minto, 581.
-, — Malcolm, burgess, a37.
-, — Margaret, wife of Sir John Stewart, of Minto, 133.
-, — Marjory, lady, Lochow, 360.
-, — Mary, princess of Orange, wife of William II., 326.
-, — lady Mary, daughter of Ludovick, duke of Lennox. 321; wife of John, earl of Mar, 555.
-, — Sir Matthew, of Barscube, a58.
-, — Sir Matthew, of Minto, 116–7, 131–2, 134, 189, 209, 228–9, 232–5, 358, a35, a57–9, a61; provost. See "Glasgow, provosts."
-, — Matthew, 532, a8.
-, — Robert, bishop of Caithness, 99, 113.
-, — Sir Robert, of Minto, provost, 61–2, 633–4, a13, a15.
-, — Robert, bailie, 126, 132, 599.
-, — Sir Thomas, provost, 532, 633.
-, — Sir Walter, of Arthurlie and Minto, 34, 231–5, 575–6, 276, 288, 581, 289, 581, 292, 426, 432, a57–9, a72.
-, — Walter, commendator (or prior) of Blantyre, 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.
-, — Walter, brother of Sir Matthew Stewart, of Barscube, a58.

Stewart, Sir William, of Traquair, 209.
-, — Sir William, son of Sir Andrew Stewart, of Ochiltree, 143.
-, — colonel William, a53.
-, — William, of Caberstoun, 556.
-, — master William. See "Glasgow, bailies and provosts."
-, — William, 148; canon of Glasgow, 39.

Stewart dynasty, 24.

Stewarton (Stewarttoun), 125, 216, 615.

Stichel, 539.

Stirling (Striviling), 528, 533, 40, 52, 67, 70–1, 543, 78, 544, 88, 97, 100–1, 104, 552–3, 116, 120–1, 124, 128–9, 131–2, 135, 151, 562, 157, 159, 563, 164, 564, 170, 570, 195, 573, 575, 233, 255, 259, 261–2, 265–6, 582–3, 302, 583, 336–7, 587, 374, 377–8, 450–1, 454, 475, 505, a14, a18, a24, a28–31, a37, a46–7, a55, a57–8, a65–7, a71–2; castle of, 98, 104, 130, 135, 159, 390, 397, 405; chapel and chapel royal of, 538, 71–2, 299, 424, a86; church of, 44; sheriffdom of, 200; shire of, 113.
-, — James, commander, 246; of Keir, 135.
-, — John. See "Sterling, John."
-, — John, 563,
-, — quartermasters, 162.
-, — earl of, a82.
-, — Walter, 356, 373–4, 415, 423; bailie, 328, 399, 432; dean of guild, 379, 590; water bailie, 350, 493.
-, — William, of Glorat, a14.
-, — William, a46, a60; customer depute, a46; merchant, 605–8, 619–20.

Stobcross (Stobcors), 560.

Stobo, barony of, 143; parsonage of, 245; and vicarage of, a62.
-, — rector of, 88, 548.

Stockwell bridge, 626; head, 147, 195, 236, 248, 394, 626, a33; street, 586.
-, — port. See "Water port."

Stonyhurst, 502.

Stormont, quarter of Perthshire, 162.

Stornoway, 322–3, 325.

Stour, in Assynt, 26.

Strafford, earl of, 584, 403, 409–11, 594, 416–7, 419, 446.

Strang, Dr. John, principal of the University, 337, 353, 424, 426.

Strathaven, vicar of, 59.

Strathavon, quarter of Perthshire, 162.

Strathblane, lands of, 128.

Strathbogie, 407; castle, 165.

Strathgryffe (Strathgrif), 523.

Streets regulations, 249, 259, 388. See also "Causeways."

Struthers, William, A.M., minister. See "Clergy."

Stuart. See "Stewart."

Stutt, John, 307.

Sub-chanter's croft, a42.

Sub-dean port, 627.

Sub-deanery of Glasgow. See "Churches, Cathedral."

Sub-deans. See "Clergy."
-, — mills. See "Mills."

Sules, Fulco de, 26.

Sunderland, 441, 446.

Suppost, 35.

Surgeons. See "Chirurgeons."

Surrey, county of, 487.

Sussex, county of, a82.
-, — earl of, 71, 551.

Sutherland, 26; earl of, 371.

Swanisyett (Swainnisyett), 250, a43, a62.

Sweden, 389.

Sweetheart abbey, 537.

Swords, wearing of, 287.

Sydserf, Alexander, 413.
-, — Thomas, bishop of Galloway and of Orkney, 372, 384.

Sylloring, meaning of term, 299.

Sym, Mr. Alexander, 344.

Symmer, Andrew, a58.
-, — William, commissioner for city, 159, a37, a58; dean of guild, 243.

Symon, physician, 26. See also "Simpson."

Symonetoun, Archibald, skinner, a42.

Symson. See "Simpson."

Synod of Glasgow. See "Glasgow, synod of."

Syria, 56.

"Tables," the, 589, 375, 380, 394–5, 403.

Tadcaster, 441.

Tagus, 145.

Tailors, craft of, 68, a16.

Tain, 323.

Tarbolton (Torbolton), 113, 116.
-, — lord of, 119, 291, a47.

"Tartar," meaning of, 532.

Taxation, magistrates exempt from, 327.
-, — of burgh, 543, 78, 151, 562, 574, 306, 583, 338, 350, 408, 417, 440, 450, 463.

Tay, river, 453.

Tees, river, 410.

Teinds, 546, 560, 566, 177, 250, 580–1, 312, 318–9, 601–2, 496–7, 500–1, 584–5, a32, a40, a43, a56, a62, a88.
-, — Paschmes, 560.
-, — Provan, 560.

Temple (Tempill), Arthur, chirurgeon, 181, 509.
-, — James, 565, 569; bailie, 179.

Tenandry of Rattounraw, 275.

Tennant (Tennent), James, of Linhouse, 225, 248.
-, — Robert, 59, 157–8.

Tenaw, daughter of Loth, king of Laudonia, 57.

Tertians, 90.

Teviotdale, 523, 14, 551, 443; sheriff of, 393.

The Isles. See "Isles, the."

Theobald, 303; manor at, 284.

Thetford, 263.

Thirlstane, lord, 128.

Thomson, Alexander, son of the town-clerk, 305.
-, — John, town-clerk, 289, 297, 583, 305, a68.
-, — Matthew, maltman, 482.
-, — Robert, 625.

Thrave, castle of, 405.

Thurston, archbishop of York, 523.

Tippermuir, 447.

Titchfield, 484.

Tithes. See "Teinds."

Titwood, 166.

Tobermory, 26.

Tolbooth. See "Edinburgh" and "Glasgow."

Tollcross (Towcorse), 526; public park, 526.

Tolls, customs, or imposts, 7, 525, 13, 19, 20, 43, 67, 69, 70, 97, 107, 110, 118–9, 554, 139, 142, 156–7, 565, 199, 217, 574–5, 242, 577, 260–2, 270, 276, 284–5, 326, 361, 363, 472, a47.

Tonnage and poundage, 319, 320.

Torbolton. See "Tarbolton."

"Tories and Whigs," 429.

Torrance (Torrens), 245, a62.

Toulouse, bishopric of, 54.

Towcorse. See "Tollcross."

Tower and Tower hill, London. See "London."

Town-clerks. See "Edinburgh" and "Glasgow."

Town council of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."

Town's officers. See "Glasgow, town's officers."

Trades' almhouses and hospital, 222, 417, 494, a49-50, a54.
-, — house, 572, 219.
-, — house deacon-convener, 212, 572, 213, 215–9, 222, 224, 226, 228–30, 241, 243, 576–7, 249, 252–3, 578, 259, 262, 265, 267, 297, 301, 306, 314–5, 317, 322, 328–30, 338, 343, 350–1, 356, 368–9, 372, 379, 399, 400, 414–5, 418, 423, 430–1, 439, 440, 445, 450, 460, 471, 474–5, 481, 484, 490, 493, 507, 611, 613, 615–7, 619–20, a77. See also "Incorporations."

Trailtrow, preceptory of, 537.

Train, James, bailie, 492; treasurer, 414.

Traquair, kirk of, 424, 601, a88.
-, — earl of, 322, 374, 395, 397, a75, a78.

Treasurers of Glasgow. See "Glasgow."

Trench round city, 461–2, 465, 482.

Trent, council of, 73.

Trinity college church. See "Edinburgh."

Troilus, 537.

Tron, 43, 69, 70.
-, — church and churchyard. See "Churches."
-, — minister of. See "Clergy."
-, — customs of the. See "Tolls."
-, — Steeple, 61, 328, a38.

Trongate (Tronegait, Trongait), 531, 43, 47, 60, 536, 209, 235, 306, 357, 361, 363, 593, 402, 601, 626, a35, a52, a74, a81, a86, a88; bell house to be taken down, 328; well, 324.
-, — kirk. See "Churches."
-, — port. See "West port."

Trumbill or Trumble. See "Turnbull."

Tuam, archbishop of, 384.

Tullibardine, earl of, 457.

Tulliebelton, 444.

Tullo, Elizabeth, a76.

Tumults in Glasgow, 231–5, a59.

Tungland, abbacy and abbey of, 537, 424, a86.

Turbane, 116.

Turkill Hog, 12.

Turnbull (Tromble, Trumbill, Trumble), Matthew, dean of guild, 210, 216–7, 222, 573, 297, 306–7, a50. See also "Glasgow, bailies."
-, — Matthew, merchant, 605–8, 616, 619–20.
-, — William, bishop, 28, 30, 32, 74, 318, 326, 629.

Turner, Sir James, 489.

Turriff, 389, 390.

Tweed, river, 527, 409, 419, 422, 441, 468, 504, 506.

Tyne, river, 409, 443.

Typhus war. See "War, typhus."

Tyrconnell, earl of, 254.

Tyrone, 578; rebellion, 254.
-, — earl of, 254.
-, — the traitor, a45.

Uist, South, 26.

Ulster, plantation of, 253, 255, 578.

Union of parliaments, a48, a60.

University of Edinburgh. See "Edinburgh."
-, — Glasgow, 1, 3, 31–2, 531, 33, 36, 44, 49, 52–3, 57, 59, 60, 70, 74, 85–6, 92, 101–2, 108–9, 115, 554–5, 139–42, 160, 176–7, 567, 190, 204, 270–1, 275, 292, 326–7, 336–7, 341, 345–6, 586, 352–5, 586, 365, 589, 402, 594, 424, 596, 631–2,

University of Glasgow: a27, a43, a46, a69, a72, a76, a82, a84–7; charter of new erection and foundation by James VI., 109; charter of ratification, &c., by James VI., 141; old endowments of college, a27; payments to, from burgh customs, a17; church lands and properties given to, a19, a20, a23.
-, — Bute hall, 338; auld pedagogy, 32; new pedagogy, 32–3.
-, — chancellor of, 296.
-, — masters of, a46.
-, — œconomus of, a46.
-, — principal and regents of, 535, 69, 111–2, 122, 241, 283, 287, 292, 296, 582, 326, 337, 339, 346, 353, 355, 364, 587, 370, 588, 590, 386, 392, 424, 496.

Upper Spey. See "Spey, upper."

Urban, III., pope, 525, a4.
-, — VI., pope, 24.

Urbanist, Nuns, 90.

Urie, barony of, 63.

Urr, river, 523.

Uttoxeter, 504.

Uxbridge, 381.

Valois, Magdalen de, 539.

Vasco da Gama. See "Gama, Vasco da."

Vaus George, bishop of Galloway, 51.

Venice, 48, 504.
-, — patriarch of, 55.

Vennells, south of Bridgegate, a9.

Vessels, list of, at Glasgow. See "Glasgow, shipping."

Vicars. See "Clergy."

Viceroy of Scotland, 128.

Victoria, queen, 524.

Villiers, earl of, 281.

Virginia, 504.

Virgin Mary, 61. 68–9. See "St. Mary."

Visitor of maltmen and mealmen, 217–8, 222, 224, 241, 243, 575, 249, 252, 259, 262, 267, 297, 301, 306, 314–5, 318, 322, 328–30, 338, 343, 350, 356, 372, 379, 399, 414, 423, 433, 439, 445, 461, 471, 475, 484, 493, 507, 619, a49; visitor only to hold office for one year, 399.

Vocat, master David, 45.

Waghorne, Michael, wright, 299.

Waldegrave, rectory of, 384.

Waldeve, John son of, prepositus, 633.

Wales, 487; prince of, 303–4, 326, 502, 504, 510.

Walker, John, visitor, 475.

Walkinshaw (Walkingschaw), bailie, 182.
-, — John, 288.
-, — Mr. Patrick, minister, a72.

Walkmylne. See "Mills."

Wallace (Waleis, Wallas, Walles), Adam, 534, 71, 624; bailie, 545, 102, 126–7, a23.
-, — Daniel, 458.
-, — John, 509, a51; visitor, 218, 222, 224, 507, 619; water bailie, 484.
-, — Sir John, 528.
-, — Sir William, 527–8, 18, 20.
-, — Mr. William, physician to James III., 530.
-, — William, 620.

Walsingham, 24, 137.

Walter, bishop, 525, 10, 526, 627, a5.
-, — lord, high steward, 24.

Wan, John, 541; bailie, 539.
-, — master Martin, 43–4, 46–7.

Wardlaw, Beatrice, widow of John Elphinston, of Gorbals, 495.
-, — Henry, bishop of St. Andrews, 31.
-, — Walter de, bishop, 23–4, 628.

Warriston, 375, 381–2, 427, 506.
-, — lord, 382. See also "Johnston, Archibald, of Warriston."

War, typhus, 445.

Warrick, 503.

Wat. See "Watt."

Watch, night, 163, 165, 269, 444.

Watching and warding, as to, 163–4.

Water bailie. See "Glasgow, water bailie."
-, — doun the, 285.
-, — port, 394, 626.
-, — supply, Glasgow, 355.

Watson, Archibald, 55–6, a11, a12.

Watt (Wat), James, a34.
-, — William, 541.

Wattles, meaning of term, 252.

Waulkmill (Walkmylne) on the Kelvin. See "Mills."

Weavers (Websters), 215, 373; craft, seal of cause to, 63, 219, a14, a51, a69.

Webb, master, servant of the duke of Lennox, 428.

Wedderburn, James, bishop of Dunblane, 385.

Welbent, chaplain and chaplainry of, a89.

Wells. See "Bath and Wells."
-, — meadow, in Deanside, a6.

Wemyss (Wemis, Weyms, Weymes), a87; lands and yard of David Wemyss, a37, a54,
-, — master David, minister, of 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.

Wemyss, earl of, 369, 414, 596.
-, — William, a74; bailie, 284; dean of guild, 262, 265.

Wentworth, Thomas, 316, 399; lord deputy of Ireland, 409; created earl of Strafford, 409. See also "Strafford, earl of."

West church. See "Churches."

West (or Trongate) port, 147, 195, 209, 235, 481, 625–6, a33, a68, a80–1, a83.

Wester Anstruther. See "Anstruther."
-, — common, 524.
-, — craigs, 575, 289, a35.
-, — Wemyss, 195.
-, — wynd, 626.

Westminster, 94, 103, 137, 197, 305, 316, 367, 588, 381, 411, 429, 435–7, 488, 516; abbey, 205, 298, 303, 436; fair, 8; hall, 528, 416, 511, 515; Jerusalem chamber in, 436; prebendary of, 298.

Wetherby, 502.

Whiggamores, the, 505–6.

Whigs. See "Tories and whigs."
-, — the, 505.

White, Dr., bishop of Ely, 331.

Whitehall, 238, 303, 331, 511, 515–7, a61, a72, a75.

Whiteinch, meadow, 104, 200, a47.

Whitelock, 436.

Whithorn (Quhithorne), 521, 20, 40, 533, 51–2, 78–9; bishopric of (or Candida casa), 79, 424, a86; prior and priory of, 52–3, 424.

Whytefoord (Quhytfuird), Walter, D.D., subdean of Glasgow, a77; bishop of Brechin, 384.

Wigan, 503.

Wight, Isle of, 484.

Wigtown, 532; earl of, 231, 596, 499.
-, — John, earl of, a57.
-, — Robert, marquess of, 192.
-, — schools of, 65.

Wilkie, Mr. Robert, minister of Blackfriars, 373, 589, 632.

William, the Lion, 5, 524, 6, 525, 9–11, 17, 23, 25, 44, 66, 211, 573, 627, a4.
-, — the Conqueror, 163.
-, — II., 326.
-, — III., 326.
-, — IV., and Mary, 308, 325, 587.
-, — bishop of Dunblane, 26.
-, — bishop of Galloway, a69.
-, — bishop of Glasgow, 526.
-, — physician, of Glasgow, 25, 26.

"William," the ship, 565.

Willock, Mr. John, 547.

Wilson (Wilsoun), Alexander, 46.

Wilson, Andrew, 148.
-, — Mr. David, 541.
-, — James, 541.
-, — John, 509, 541; treasurer, 329; water bailie, 445.
-, — Malcolm, a35.
-, — Matthew, 459.
-, — Mr. Michael, a82.
-, — Robert, 472.
-, — William, treasurer, 620; visitor, 350, 356.

Winchburgh, 209.

Winchester, 513; bishop and dean of, 282, 583.

Windsor, 321, 513, 515, 517; castle, 599, 512.

Wines, duty on, 510.

Wingfield, 137.

Winning, Robert, a77.

Winraham (Winrahame, Wynraham), superintendent of Fife, 99.
-, — master George, 387.
-, — James, 574.

Wishart (Wischard, Wischart), George, 54.
-, — John de, 22.
-, — Robert, bishop of Glasgow, 15, 526, 20–2, 628.
-, — William, bishop, of St. Andrews, 15, 628.

Witchcraft, 292–3, 582.

Wob, master, 344.

Woddrop (Wodrop), John, 619–20.

Wood (Wod), Andrew, 530.
-, — James, 309, 314, 373; clergyman, 467.

Woodside (Wodsyde), 101–2, 358, 496, a66, a73.

Worcester, bishop of, 204, 258.

Worship, directory of public. See "Liturgy."

Wotherspoon (Witherspowne), Nicholas, 59.

Wren, bishop of Hereford, Norwich, and Ely, 348, 365.

Wright, Edward, A.M., minister, Cathedral, 631.

Wrights, seal of cause to, 185, a43–4.

Wycliffe, 49.

Wynd church, 176.
-, — head, 142–3, 160–3, 235, 341, 626, a37, a37, a43, a54.

Wynds, the three, 235.
-, — See also "Greyfriar wynd," "Old wynd,"
-, "Wester wynd," and "Wynd head."

Wynraham. See "Winraham."

Wynter, Thomas, bailie, 29.

"Yacht," the, 290.

Yair, William, 321, 460; town clerk, 492, 496, 500.

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

Yester, lord, 392.

York, 529, 103, 390, 409–11, 429, 434, 441, 443; archbishopric of, a8; see of, 522, 40. See also "Clergy."
-, — shire of, 434.
-, — duke of, 510.

Young, dean of Winchester, 583.
-, — George, A.M., minister of Collegiate charge, 632.
-, — Mr. Peter, a27.
-, — Thomas, treasurer, 318.

Zouch, lord, 281.



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