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GENERAL INDEX. Christ?s Church at the Tron, I. 187 Christ?s Church. Castle Hill. I. 82 Chrystie family,?The, 111, 43, 45 Church Hill 111. 38, 71 Church Lad! 11. 1x5, 111. 38 Church offenders, how punished, 11.132 Ci her of Lord Damley and Queen ham. I. ?16 C+Ls?&e,rIII. 307 Circus Place School 111. 81 Circus, The, Leith?Walk, I. 346, Ci:adel Port Leith, 111. 257, 258, 261 ; its irection by Monk, 111. 11. 178 187 256 City ? h l e r y Volunteer Corps, I. 286 City gaol 11. 231 City gates Number of, to be open daily ~ i . 222 city (;Lard, the Edinburgh, I. 5% 274 ment of the, 11. z$ City improvements Commence- City of Glasgow Bant, 11. 162 Civic privileges, Insistauce on by Civil War, First movements of, I. Clam Shell Land I. 239 Clam Shell lurdpike, The, I. 149 Clan regiments, I. 327 Clanranald, I. 334, 11. 35, 111. 146 Clanship, Influence of, I. 134,168 Claremont Park, Leith, 111. 266 Chmont Street Chapel, 111. 75 Claremont Terrace, 111. 88 Clarence Street, 111. 78 83 84 Clarendon Crescent IIi. 7; ? Clarinda,.? 11,327: 328 ; house of, I1 * 32. room in, 11. *333 chic02 CAmrie, 11.159 Clarke Alexander, 11. 242 Clarke: Provost Alexander, I. 193, Clarkson Stanfield. the oainter. 111. the citizens, 11. 280 159; events of the, 111. 184 246, 111. 72 , _ , 78 tions, 11. 250, 111. 75 a descendant of, 11. a07 ?Chudero,? the wit ; his produc- Claverhouse, l?he spectre of, I. 66 ; Clavering, Lady Augwta, 11. 139 Cleanliness in the streets, Necessity ?Cleanse the Causeway,? I. 39, 194, Cleghorn, the physician, 111. 311 ; Clelland?s Gardens, 111.152 Cleriheugh?s Tavern, I. 120, 184, for, 1. 193, 199. 203 258, 263, 11. 251 his nephew, rb. IR, Cl& Sir John, I. 231 232 Clerk? John (Lord Eld$) 11. 186 Clerk?ofEldin. the ~val?tacticim. 111. 359, 3 6 Clerk 01 Penicuick, St George, 111. 359 Clerk of Pennicuick, Sir James, I. 92, 11. 123 ; his wife 11. IZ 124 125,111.192, 193; reiicsof8rinc: Charles, 11. 124, Clerk of Penuicuck, Si John, I. 111 11. 137 111. 63 198 Clerk: David,?physici;n, 11. agg Clerk Street Chapel 111. 51 Clerks, Society of, i. 167 Clermistou, 111. r q Clestram Lady I. 106 Cleuchdidstode 111. 33? Clifton Walter df 11. 50 Clinch? the actor, ?I. 352 Clock&.ker, The first, 11. 263 Clockmaker?s Land, I. 31p. *321 Clockmill House, 11.41, 308 Closes, The old, 11. 241, 242 ?Clouts Castle of? 11. 355 Clyde Lord 11. 3;3 Clydeidale Bank, The, II.148,III. 239 Coaches between Edinburgh and London, I. 55; between Edinburgh and Glasgow I. 201 between Edinburghan?d hith,?IIl. 151, 152 Coal Supposed existence of, near Gkton, 111. 308 ; the Esk coalseams, 111. 358,359 Coal Hill, Leith, 111. 234, 235.246, 247. 250 Coalstoun, Lord, I. 154, 111. 367 ; anecdote of I. 154 Coates, 11.24, zIr, III. 42, gz Coates Crescent, 11. 210, 2x1 Coates Gardens, 11. 214 Coates House 11. 1x1 259 Coates Manoi-house i f haster, 11. Coatfield Gutter, Leith, 111. 194 Coatfield Lane, Leith, 111. ZZO,ZZI Cobbler A clever I. 271 CobouriStreet,L;iyh,III.~5,256; sculptured stone in, 111. *260 Cochrane, Lady Mary, 11.272 Cockburn, Lord, I. 159, 282 265 307, 362, 366, 374. 375, 3& 11: 81, 84, 90, 9 1 ~ 93, 95, 4 I q , 114, 162, ?741 2839 339, 34793488r 111. 62, 68, 78, 86, 95,. 110, his father, 111. 87 ; his residence at Banally, 111. 326, * 328 Cockburn, Sir Adam, I. 68 Cockbum, Alexander, the city Cockburn Archibald, High Judge Cockburn, Henry, the counsel, 11. Cockburn Provost Patrick, 11. 55 Cockburn? Sheriff, I. 172 Cockburn?ofOrmiston, II.348,III. 58 ; Mrs., the poetess, I. gg. 11. Cockburn itreet, I. 229, 237, 283, 286 11. ~ r n ?Codked Hat? Hamilton, 11. 139 Cockfighting II.236,III. a63 263 ; customary:n 1783, 11. 119 Cocklaw Farm, Currie. 111. 331 Cockpen,III.gr8;theLairdof,I.91 Cockpit, The, 11. I 6 Coffee-house, The lrst Edinburgh, Coinage, 1 he Scottish, I. z6g Colchester?s Cuirarrsien, I. 64 Coldingham,Lord Johnof, II.67,72 Coldingham, Prior of, I. 39 Coldstream. Dr. John, 11. 187 Colinton, 111. 35, 125, zr6, 314, *321, 322, 323 324; its local history, 111. 322,? 323 Colinton House 111. 323 Colinton, Lords: 111. 323 Colinton Tower, 111. 333 College The I. 379 11. 255, zsg ; estabkshmgnt of, h. 8 College Kirk cemetery, 111. 15 College of Justice, I. 121, 166, 182, 195, 219, 259, 340, 368, 11. 203, 207, 325. 111. 49. 202, 316, 3% 334,338,359; firstmembersofthe, 1. 167 College ofPhysicians I. 278 11. 146 College ofsurgeons i1.146?111.15 College Street, 11. &I, 326; 111. 3 College Wynd, 11. ?249, 251, 254, Colonsay ?Lord i. 159 11. 127 197 Colquho& of ?KillerAont, dchi- Colquioun ?i?r John 11. 166 Colstoun iady I 282 Coltbridie, I. j36, 111. 102, 103, Coltbridge house and Hall, 111. Coltheart?s, Mr. and Mrs., ghostly Colville, Lord, 11. 335 Colville ofCclross, Alexander Lord, Colville of Easter Wem Combe, George, the pEnologist, Comhe?l Clcse, Leith, 111. 126; ? Comedy Hut, I$ed Edinburgh,? Comely Bank 111. 7 82, 323 Comely Gardks II? 128, ~ 3 5 Comely Green IiI. rz8 Comiston IIL 316; Lairds of I. 97 ; the?battle stone, 111. *3;6 115, 116 hangman, 11. 231 Admirai, 11. 348 =27r 3?5 1.61, 329, 46 1; 174s 178 274, 383 111. 3 8 bald 11. 114, 118, 19 ?03 visitors, I. 228 11. I15 I. 147 1. 384 111. 68 ancient buildin in ib. 1.230 Comiston House, 111. 326 Commendator Kobert of Holyrood. - . 1. 239 Commercial Ehuk, The, I. 175,II. 147 Commercial Street L$h, 111. 258 ?Commodore O B k n 111. 154 Communication betwken the north and south sides of the city, Plan for I. * 296 Comhunion, how celebrated, 11. Comyn, 111. 351 Confession of Faith, The, I. 123 Congalton, Dr. Fraucis, the phy- Biclan, 11. zg8 Congalton of Congalton, 111. 58 Connell, Sir John advocate, 11. 194 Conn?s Close, I. ;go, II. 241 Conservative Club The 11. 125 Constable,Archibaid, th; publisher, I. 157, 210, 229 291,339, 11. 1x8, * I Z I , 142. 15:; the h?din6vmh Rmim, I. ZII ; his customers, I. 210 ; his shop, I. 2x1, 11. raz ; Lockhart?s description ofhim, 11. 122; his bankruptcy, ib.; his portrait, ib. 132 : CUPS, ia. Constable, Thomas, 111. log, 110 Constable?s Tower, The, I. 36, 49 Constables, Appointment of city, I. Constables of the Castle I. 78 ConstitutionStreet. Lei;h, 111. 171, cution oftwopirates, 111.243, a67 Convening Rooms, 11. 104,106 Convenery, The, Leith, 111. aog Convention of Royal Burghs, Cooper Dr. Myles 11. 247 Cooper; of Go&, The family of Coopkrs The, 11.265 Cope, si ohn, I. 322, 325, 326, Cordiners, or shoemakers The, 11. 203 184,239, 243, a44. ~ 8 8 , 289 ; exe- Ancient, I. 186 the 111. 318 327. 333, 11. 281, 111. 132, 263 . . . . 263 Cordiners of thehougate, 11.19 ; Cordiners 0) the Portsburgh, A r m s Corehodse Lord 11. 206, 207 Corn Excbange,?Grassmarket, 11. Corn Exchange, Leith, 111. 239 Corn Market, The, I. 178, 11. 222, Cornwallis Lord iI1. 23 193, 335 Corporal &on DL, I. $5 Corooration of Candlemakers. 11. their king ib. ofthe 11. 224 236 230,231 ; the old 11. *z33 a&, 267 Cor oration privileges, Monopoly CoGoratious, The Ancient, 11. 263 O f 11. I5 . - -267. 111. I< Correction House, The, 11. 323, Corri SFgnor 11.178 179 CorriLhie, Bahe of (& Battles) Corstorphine, I. 254. 323, 324. 111. IIZ-I~I, 3x8, 3?9, 327, 332, 314; its name 111. 112, 113 Corstorphine Castle, 111. 118 Corstorphine Church, III. 115,?116, I m ; its hltory, 111. i15--163 Corstorphine Craigs, 111.113 Corstorphine cream, 111. 114 Corstorphine Cross 111. 113 CorstorphineHill,IkI. xq, 113,118 ; viewof Edinburghfram, II1.*117 Corstorphine Loch, 111. 42, 118 Cotterell, Lieut.-Col., General Assembly expelled by, 11. 223. Cotterill, Right Rev. Henry, Bishop of Edinburgh, 11.212 Coulter. William. Lord Provost. 11. 283 ; his funerd, 111. 39 Council Chamber The ancient cos! Hill, h i d , 111. a46, 247: ? Coull?s Clow, 11. 5, ?7 ? 248 Country Dinner Club, The, 111.125 Couutv Hall. The. I. IZZ Cuupir, Lord 1. ;54 164 111. azz Couper Stm;, Leith: I l i . 258 Courtof Session, 1.166, ?61, 11. a3 ; robable extinction of 1. 174 ? &U* of Sesuon GarlAd,?? I. 1% COUrtS Of 1. 157 courts of w, 11. 245 226, 111. 30, 184, 186, I&, 33,; courage ofthe I 160 161 11.19; transportatiod 0.i th;, IiI. IQ ; execution of the 11. 235111.156 Covenanters? Flag: 1. 54 Covenanters? Prison, Entrance to the, 11. * 381 Coventry, the lecturer 11. 120 Covington, Lord I. :70 272, 338, Cow Palace, 11. 319 cowan Lord 11.207 Cowan: War;?house of Messrs., 11. Cowfeeder Row, 111.94 Cowgate, The. I. % 31, 38, 3% 1x0, 123, IP, 148, 157, 161,162, 179. 181, 2071 217, 219, 245. 253, 255, 263, 266, 267, 268, 278. 2 2, 294, 86, 147. 166, 232-68, a m 273, 358, II. 116 Iii. 135 ; ?hi, pwn, I. 170, 11. :87 171 295, 3731 374, 375, 378,li: 2, 23. 282. 293, 346 111. 23 31 47 6, 53. 63, 125, 126 ;?its early name, the Sou?gate, or Southstreet, 11.239, 249 ; origin of the thoroughfare, 11. 239 ; ancient weapons found therein, 11.240 ; oldhouses in the, 11. * 240, * 244 ; ancient maps of thecowgate 11. *141, *245,?161; excavations kade on the site 11. a45 ; head of Cowgate, P& 21 Cowgate Chapel 11. 194 Cowgate Churcd, 11. 188 Cowgate Head, 11. 168, 241, 267 Cowgate Port, 1.274, 278,298, *pi, 11. 17, 146 ~ 3 9 , 2 1 0 , ~ o 111 156 Cowper, Bishop, t h e g a l k 111: 260 Craftsmen, l?he early, 11. ;63 Craig, Lord, 11. 121, 143, 187, 270, Craig, sir Lewk I. 226 111. 322 Craig of RiccrtrtAn, Sir khomas, I. Craig, James, architect, 11. 105, Craig John the Reformer I1 262 Craiiof Ridcarton, Rob& 11: 123, Craig hnd, The, 11. 103, 111. 186, =a7 Craig Houx, 111.42; its successive owners, I I . 4 2 , 4 3 , * ~ ; itsdiningroom and kitchen, 111. *# Craigantinnie, JamesNisbetof. 111. 63 Cnugantinnie manor-house, 111. Cmgantmnie marbles, The, 111. 138, * 144 Craigcrook,III. 78 107 ; itssuccessive owners, I I ~ . 107 ; a fearful tragedy and remarkable dream, 111.108, r q Craigcrook Castle, 111. 106, * 107, I d 1 9 110 *I12 Craiicrook, d d y , 111. log Craigie-Wallace, Lady, 111. ya Craigingalt, or Craigangilt, The rock 11. 102, 111. 151 Craigkth. III. 94, 107 Craigleith quarry, 111. 82, 83, 111. Craiglockhart 111. 42, 43 C+glc+hart?HiIl, 111. 42 Cmgmllar, 11. 336, 111. 57. 142, 327 226,111.321, 322 117, 118, 146 111.334 136, 138.7 141 23 1 3 7 2399 287, 338 Craigmillar, Henry de, 111. 58 Craigmillar Laird of, 111. 61, 94 Craigmil1ar)CnstIe. I. 1s. 42,77,111. 3, p, 58; views of, 111. *6a Platc 27; its history, I l l . 58- 62; Queen Mary at, 111. 59 Craigmillar Hill 111. 61 Craigmilh pari, III. 51, 58 Craigmillar Road, 111. 58 Craig?s Close I. 179 203 za9. 230 Craig?s plan Af the dew ltreets and Cramond village, 111. 311. 314- 318, Pkte 34; its history, 111. 314, 31s; the ?Twa Brigs,? 111. 31s. old Cramond Brig, 111. squares, 11. XI,, XI8
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374 *316,317; view below Cramond Brig, 111. '317 Cramond Bridge, 11. 63, 111. 1x1 CramondChurch 111. 316 '320 Cramond harbou; 111. 31; Cramond House i11.317,318, *3a2 Cramond Island: 111.315 Cramond Regis, 111. 107, 316 Cramond, Baroness, 111. 315 Cranston, Mn., 111. 161 Cranston Street 11. 17 Cranstoun, Hdn. George, Lord Corehouse, 11. 6, m7; his sister 11. .106 111. IOI Cranstdun, Thd- of, Provost, 11. 278 Cranstoun Geordie thedwarf 11.19 Crawford,'Earls of: I. 62, 68, mg, Crawford of Jordanhill, Sir Hew, Crawford'Sir Gregan I.'za Crawford'of D ~ m s o i 11.181, 111. 11. 354,'III. 194, 222 111. 90- his daughters i6. zg. 61, IS$ 34 Crawford S l r f V i l l h , 11. 47 Crawford' Captain, and Major Crawford, S:r John, 111,. 51, 52, 5 Crawford, Thomas, High S c h d Crawfoid of Jordanhill. Capt.. 111. somuvhe I. 95 rector II. qa . _ . 1 9 Crawfurd of Crad.udland, Howie- CrZC;; j k e s , Provost, 11. a78 Creichtoun of Felde, Deputy Pm Creighton, Willivn of 11. 47 ~ r e e ~ h , william, bo~ise~~er, I. ' 5 5 139 ; portrait of, I. 156 ; Burns' poem on, i. 156 Crceclr, Lord Provost, and Mh Burns 11. 158 159 C-h': Land, i. 153. 156 191 "Creech's Levee," I. 156 Crichton, Lord Chancellor, 11. 54 Crichton, Bamn, I. zg, 30, 053 Crichton Castle, 111. 61 Crichton of Lugton, David, 11. 39 Crichton, h. Andrew, 111. 79 Crichtonb Dr. Archbald, 11. 123, 111. 162 Crichton, George, Bishop of Dun. keld 1. 149 204 11. rj, 47, 48 Crichrbo, Rdhard: architect, 11.94 Crichton of Elliock, Robert, I. 126 Crichton, Lieut.-Col. Patrick, Ill. 161 ; duelhy, 111.16~ ; hisson, d. Crichton Street, 11. 329, 334 333, Cr%c%of Brunstane,The,III.xp Cringletie, Lord, 11. 174 Crisp, Henry, 1. 343 Crispm, Feasts of St., 11. 104 Cruchalh Club, 1. 235, 239, 11. Cmckat Lieut -General 111 95 Croft-ad-Righ,'m the Gield'of $ cromarty, Earls of, I. 1x1, 11, zg8, Crombie's Close, 11. 239, 2~ Cromwell, Oher, I. 4, 54, 55. 56, 353. 367, 371. 11. 31, 73. rgz,2~8, 286, 290. 327,367, 375, 383, 111. 186,187, 193, 21% 222, 230, 2s 318,329,33073431 347 ; p r o p 3 statue of 111.72 ter, 1. 34 vost, 11.279 -157, 166, 176, 212, 229, 11. Im 157, 187, 111. IZZ King, 11. 41, *# 215, 3x0 299. 3532 356 111- 30. I16 2 x 6 741 75, 159, -# %'B 218,227. 298, 439 99, 103, 1x3, 14% 143. 151, Cromwelrs'tarracks III. 257 '' Crookbacked Dici" of Glouces Crookshank the historian, I. 101 Crosby, Andrew, advocate, I. 192, C-4 the City, I. 50, 60, 98, 1x6, 334 11. 2 62.75, 131,111.1~ 72, 146: 755 191. cruel punishments ihct&l th&e, 1. 150, 151 ; k q u e t s at the, I. zm; exccuuons there, 11.14, III.187,268 zm 231.11. IF 122, 146, 152, 195, +03,227, 298, C T GusewaY, 11. 334, 341, 3451 346 Cross Ke s Tavern I. 251 Cross of &. John iI. z Cm~~rig, Lord 1.'161, 162, 11. 246 Crown Hotel, h. 118 OLD AND NEW EDINBURGH. Crown-mom, Edinburgh Castle, I. Cullayne, Capt. James, I. z6a Cullen, Lord Robert I. 27, 11. 171 Cullen, Dr., I. 156,'171, 271, 11. Culloden Battle if &te Battles) Cumberl;nd, Duke of, I. 332. 334, * 69 146, 302, 111. 23 35 I. 203 11. 281 111. 15 Cunninglham, si will- 11.153, Cunnineham of Baberton. House 111. 57 of 11; 162 Curkingham Rev.Dr. 1.87 111.51 Cunninghamk, Dr. deorgk, the Cunzie House. The, Candlemaker phycian, 11. 298 . . Row 11 *= . CunzidNkk, ?he, 11. 267 Curious dream sto 111. rgz 193 currie, III. 321, ?36; its 1-1 history, 111. 39-333; its ancient military remaim, 111. 331; the bridge, III.33?,333; the church, 111. 332; heritors roll of the parish. 111. 334 : longevity of its inhabitants, 111. 337 Cnrrie's Close, 11. 236 Currie's Tavern, I. 179 Curriehill. Lord. 11. qm Curriehil~castle, 111: 334 Currichill How, 11. 01 '' Curses," the Union Bong, I. 164 Custom House, Granton, 111. 14 Custom House, The, Leith, 311. 171. I I, 192, 228, 259, *264, z& CustomhouxQua ,Lath, 111.273 Cuthbert's Lane, 11: 1.38 D DArcy, Lady Camlime, 11. ~9 ?+r Lord I 274 D+y Rmirw The I. 288 [email protected] Dalelcish. Bot'hwelis accokdia in Dak Bailie Duff," 11. 255 Dm-le3smurder 1.263 f11. 6 6 Dalgleish, Nicol kinis& of St. Cuthbert's Chukh, 11.131 Dalgleish'sClose I. z q 252 Dalhousie, Earl bf, I. :s+, 11. 26, 98, 166, 318, 111. 342 ; Countess of 11. 318 DalLouie Marquis of 111. 88 Dalkeith, hlsof.11. &, 111. d g . 282,.311 Dalkeith, 11.236, 283, zg1,327, 111. Dalieith House 111. 146 Dalkeith railwa;, I. 384 Dalkeith Road, 11. 346, 355, 111. Dalmeny Park, 111. III Dalry burn, 11. 347 Dalry, Uistrict of, 11.213, 216,217, Dalry manor-house, II.*217,III. 78 Dalry Road 11. 214 216 217 218 Dalrynple, bavid, iard'Wdthall, Dalrymple, Hugh,LadDNmmore, Dalrymple, Sir David, I. 17ir 172, Dalrymple Sir Hew, 111. 262, 340 Dalrympld Sir James, 11. 327 Dalrymple: Sir John, 11. 26, 86, Dalrymple Sir Robert, 11. 143 DalrympldofCastleton, Sir Robert, Dalrymple of Cousland, 11. 348 Dalrymple, William, 11. 293 Dalrymple, Ca t Hugh, 11. 231 WIrymple, JoRn of, Provost, II. Dalymple, John, Provost, 11. 282, DalrympL of Stair I. 62 111. 323 Dalrymple, Lady, iI. 342 Ilaliymple's Yard I. 219 Dalyell Sir John braham 11. r6a Dalyell((or Dalrell), Sir Tiomas, I. 12,334; town mansion of, 11. 19 Dancing girl, Sale of a, I. 201 6r 134, 364 51, 57 111. 27, 35, 9a I. 222 I. 251 11. 243s 366 272, 335 I. 276 278 I1 . 36 a4 161, m, 378, 11: 75, 354, 111. Dancing school, The first, m Leith, Danube Street, 111. 72, 79 Darien Company, 111. 190 ; office Darien &edition, The, 111. 190 Darien House, 11. 323, 324, *325, Dark ageofEdinburgh, I. 187,111. Dark Pit The I. 6g 111. 231 of the 11. 322 326 126 116, 168, m.( 107, 276, 11. 18, 27, Queen Mary and, I. 46 ; murder of lI.jw,71 III.~--;r,m,23;emd l m i n g o f i i s w y , 11.71, 111.7 Dasses The 11. 313 David k., 1. ;r, ~ 2 ~ 7 8 . 148,14g, 186: II.&,III. 86, 26 339, 346, legendof the d ? ? Z H k , 11.21, 22, 2% 42, 111. 19; charter of H o l y r d Abbey, 11. 42, 43, 80, David II., I. &, zk, 11. 3, 47, 53, 9+ '3% 3=5.3=7, 33'. 338, 354 Dand's miraculous cross, King, 11. # David's Tower, Edinburgh Castle, 1. 26, 33 34, 36,*2# 44? 4% 48,49r 77 a ~i SS Daad.& 2 Muirhouse 111. 316 Davidson's Close. 11. zi D-b,'Lord' 1. 45.46. 47, 50, 78, 35, ~ 8 ~ 6 % 67,G% 74,286,III. 59 ; 180 111. 1x5 166 247 . 5 6 58, 278, 3% 111- 35, 41. 421 Davidson's Hook, Ca-tle Hill, I. 55 Davidson's Mains, 111. IIO Davit: IJeans' Cottage, 1. 383, 384, 11. 310 Dawick, Laud of, I. 1% Dawney Douglas's Tavern, I. 235 ; the"CrownRwm,"ib.; lintelof dqorway is, two views, 1. 235, 236 Dawson the comedian 11.24. ~ean damnia~ family 'of, II. 134 Dean: or Dene, Village of, I. 183, 3591 111- 62,633 642 66, 67, I* Dean Bank 111.75- theeducaUonaI institution III. 6 Dean Bridg;, I. 10, 111. 6 3 , y 70, 71, Pkte ZJ ; Roman urn onnd near, 1,. xo Dean Bndge Rcad, 111. 82 Dean cemetery, I. 218, IL am, -1 111. 63, 66, 68, '6g Dean Church 111.67 Dean Farm iII. 67 Dean Haugh I. 366 II.28qIII. 65 Dean manoAhouse: 111. *65, 68; h a n Orphan H q i t a l , HI. SI Dean Path 111. 67 Dean Side,'III. 67 Dean Street, 111. 77 Dean Street Church: fh. 75 Dean T e n a a 111. 72,7 Deanhaugh Sireet, Stak%ridge, 11. Deemster '$he (executioner), 1. ?42 Defencelhss state of the Fifeshire -3t aftertheunion, III.194,197 DefenceJ of Leith,The, 111. zgc-zg5 De Foe, Daniel I. 216 zp, 11. 79 Degraver, Dr. Pierre, 1. 1x5 Deidchack The I. I 6 Denham, S'u J&es gtewart, 111. its owners, III.66,67 Ij8, II1. 5, 79 146, 342 Denham, the actor, I. 350 Denham's Land, 11. 324, 325 Dental Hospitaland School, 11. 276 Derby, Countess of, mistress of Charles II., 11. zr Desmond Earls of I. 104 Destitute' Childred, Home for, 11. 26 Devil Legend of raising the, 11. 3 nevits Elbow The I. 7' pwar's Close: 11. 6 Diamond Beetle &se: The j r r Sesprit of 11. 207 Dick, Sir A l h d e r , 11. 86, 111.57, 1x4 Dick, Sir James, Lord Provost, I. Dick of Grange, The family of, Dick fa%,, The, 111. 114 Dick, Lady Anne, Strange habits 111. of I 254, 111. 114 (rct Royston, Lbrd) Dick-Cunningham family 111. 56 Dickens, Charles, in Edinburgh, 11. Dickison of Winkston. House of '50 Digges, 3'0 the Zomeddian, I. 34% 343, 11. 23, z4, 111. 241 Dilettanti Socie The I. 108 Dingwall, Lord,?? z62,'III. 62 Dingwall Sir John I. 340 Dingwalis Castle, f. 340, 353 Dirleton Lord, 111. 318, 348 Dirom Colonel 11. 120, 174 Dirtyklub Th; 111. 12 Disruption'of d e Scottist Church, 11. 95, 96, 138, 1441 '45, m.5, 111- Di%nterr Various sectsof, 111. p Distress oi the Edinburgh poor UI Dobdl Sydney 111. 148 Dock gtreet d i t h 111. 255 Dock Place,'Leith,'lII. 259 Doctors of Faculty Club, 111. 123 Dominicanmanasre lI.z50,~8+' Darnley's body k n d in th; gardensof 11. 286 288 Don, Sir Aixander,' 11. 159, 111. 1795 11. 283 339 Don, Si William, the actor, I. 351 Don, Lad I1 343, 111. 95 Donacha ha; 1.136 Donaldson'a dospital, I. 318, 11. Do~ldson's Close. I. 318 Donalds~n, Dr. James, 11. 112, 126 Donaldson, the bookseller, 1. 3x8; Donaldson. the theatrical author. 1. 214 PMC 10 hw son Jams, 1. 18, 11.214 DOMldSOll, Capt., d. 153 343,. y 5 ' DonnibnstleCastle, I. 246,III.11~ 302 Eoo Park, 111. 37 Doubling the Cap," 111. 125 Douglas, Duke of I. 105, 14a, 11. 331, 354 351; buchess of, 11. 351, 111. 124 Douglas, Marquis of, 11. 3x7 Douglas, Earls Of, 2% 30. 31r34r 3% old mansion ofthr. 11. 257 38. 39. 4 3 43. 258, 111. 133, 338 ; Douglag Archibald, 'Earl d-Angus, Douglas,.&hiba?d, Marquis, I I. 350 IJou~Is, Archbald Earl uf, 11. Provost 11. 27 331,111. 3.2 Douglas, James Marquis of 11. 351 Douglas, James, Earl of harton, DougL, Sir Archibald, I. 196 Douglas, Sir Archubald and Si Dounlas. Sir Georee. I. 106 I1 80 Robert, 11. 59 Douglas' Sir am& '11. 283 Douglas' Sir keil, iI. 153 Douglas: Sir Rotprt, the historian. I. I28,II. 35,37,1I1.11gr 318,348, 301 Douglac of Brackhouse, The family ~odg~as ofcave- I. 271 Douglas ofGlenbervie, Sir Willii, Douglas of Hawthornden 111. 27 Douglas oCHawthornden,'Sir JoL, Douglas of Hyvelie William, 111.34 Douglas of Kilspiddie Archibald, Provost, 11. a79, do; begs the royal intercession, 11. 280 Douglas of Parkhead, Sir James, 1. 54 I95 Douglas of Parkhead. George, the murderer of Rizzio, I. 9, 11. 74 235; Provost, 11. 280 Douglas Ladylsabell I 97 Douglas'pcerage, The,?. 98,349-- Douglascs and Hamiltons, Feuds Dough? of Spott 111. 330 DouglaqofWhitt:nghame, William, of 111. 193, 315 11. 279, 111. 53 111. 354 35' between the, 11. 63, 279, 285 1. 259,161
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