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Vol. 5  p. 161 (Rel. 2.62)

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Vol. 3  p. 35 (Rel. 2.53)

C0NTENTS.
CHAPTER I.
THE CANONGATE.
@AGE
I& Origin-Songs concerning it-Reaords-Market Cross-St. John's and the G i h Crosses-Early History-The Town of Her-
Canongate Paved-The Governing Body-Raising the Devil-Purchase of the Earl of Roxbwgh's "Superiority"-The Foreign
Settlement-George Heriot the Elder-Huntly's HouseSu Walter Scott's Story of a Fire--The Mo- Land-How of Oliphant
of Newland, Lord David Hay, and Earl of Angus-Jack's Land-Shoemaker's Lands-Marquis of Huntly's House-Nisbet of Duleton'd
Mansion-Golfers' Land-John and Nicol Paterson-The Porch and Gatehouse of the Abbey-Lucky Spellcc . . . . . . I
CHAPTER 11.
THE CANONGATE (continwd).
Execution of the Marquis of Montrose-The First Dromedary in Scotland-The streets Cleansed-Raxbugh House--London Stages of r71a
and 175+-Religious Intolerance-Declension of the Burgh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
CHAPTEK 111.
THE CANONGATE (con#i+vwd).
Closes and AlleF on the North Side-Fiesh-market and Coull's Cloxs-Canongate High School-&e's Close--Riillach's Lodging-New
Street and its Residents-Hall of the Shoemakers-Sir Thos Ddyell-The Canongate Workhouse-Panmure HousbHannah
Robertson-The White Horse Hostel-% Water Gate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
CHAPTER IV.
THE CANONGATE (continued).
Closes and Alleys on the South Side-Chessel's Court-The Canongate Theatre-Riots Therein-"Douglas" Performed-Mr. Diggea and Mra.
Bellamy-St. John's Close-St. John's Street and iks Residents-The Haaunennan's Clo~-Horse Wynd, Abbey-House of Lord Napier 22
CHAPTER V.
THE CANONGATE (roniinued).
Separate or Detached Edifices therein-Sir Walter Scott in the Canongate--The Parish C%urch-How it came to be built-Its Official
Position- Its Burying Ground-The Grave of Fergusson-Monument to Soldiers interred the-Ecceotric Henry PrentiaThe
Tolbth-Testimony as to its Age-Its latu uses-Magdakne Asylum-Linen Hall-Many House-Its Hstorical Associari ons-The
WiotooXo-Whiteford Howe-The Dark Story of Queuriberry House . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7
CHAPTER VI.
THE CANONGATE (coduded).
mthiin H u t - M PalmerstowSt. Thomas's Hospita-The Tennis Court and its Theawe4&wen Mq's --The Houxr of Croftan-
Righandclock-mill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
CHAPTER ' VII.
HOLYROOD ABBEY.
Foundation of the Ahbey-Text of King David's Charter-Original Extent of the Abbey Char&-The sc-alled Miracdau b - T h e
Pawnages of the Canons-Its Tbirtyanc Abbots-Its Relics and Revenues . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 ... I. THE CANONGATE. @AGE I& Origin-Songs concerning it-Reaords-Market Cross-St. John's and ...

Vol. 4  p. 385 (Rel. 1.35)

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Vol. 3  p. 27 (Rel. 1.3)

CON TENTS. V
CHAPTER XIII.
THE DISTRICT OF RESTALRIG.
PAGE
Abbey Hill-Baron Norton-Alex. Campbell and 'I Albjm's Anthology "--Comely Gardens-Easter Road-St. Margaret's Wellxhurch
and Legend of St. Tnduana-Made Collegiate bv James 111.-The Mausoleum-Old Barons of Restalrig-The Logans, &c-
Conflict of Black Saturday-Residents of Note-First Balloon in Britain-Rector Adams-The Nisbeb of Craigantinnie and Dean
-The Millers-The Craixantinnie Tomb and Marbles-The Marionville Tragedy-The Hamlet of Jock's Lodge-Mail-bag Robberies
in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries-Piemhill House and Barracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . I 27
CHAPTER XIV.
PORTOBELLO.
Portobell~The Site before the Houses-The Figgate Muir--ctone Coffiqs-A Meeting with Cramwell-A Curious Race-Portobello Hut-
Robbers-William Jamieson's Feuing-Sir W. Scott and "The Lay "-Portobello Tower-Review of Yeomanry and Highlanders-
Hugh Miller-David Lamg-Joppa-Magdalene Bridge-Rrunstane House . . . . . . . . . . . . I43
CHAPTER XV.
LEITH WALK.
A Pathway in the 15th Century probable-Genera1 Leslie's Trenches-Repulse of Cramwell-The Rood Chapel-Old Leith Stazes-Propsal
for Lighting the Walk-The Gallow Lea-Executions there-The Minister of Spott- Five Witches-Five Covenanters-The Story of
their Skulls-The Murder of Lady Baillie-The Effigies of "Johnnie Wilkes" . . . . . . . . , . . 150
CHAPTER XVI.
LEITH WALK (conchfed).
East Side-Captain Haldane of the Tabernacle-New Road to Haddington -Windsor Street-Mrs H. Siddons -Lovers' Loan-Greenside
House-Andrew Macdonald. the Author of" Vimonda "-West Side-Sir J. Whiteford of that Ilk-Gayfield House-Colonel Crichton
--Prince Leopold-Lady Maxwell-Lady Nairne-SFr;ngfield-McCulloch of Ardwell and Samuel Foote . . . . . ' 157
CHAPTER XVII.
LEITH-HISTORICAL SURVEY.
Origin of the Name-Boundaries of South and North Leith-Links of North Leith-The Town frrst mentioned in History--King Robert's
Charter-Superiority of the Logans and Magistrates of Edinburgh-Abbot Ballantyne's Bridge and Chapel-Newhaven given to
Edinburgh by Jam- 1V.-The Port of 153c-The Town Burned by the English . . . . , . . . . . - . 164
CHAPTER XVIII.
LEITH-HISTORICAL SURVEY (continued).
The Great Siege-Arrival of the French-The Fortifications-Re-capture of Inchkeith-The Town Invested-Arrival of the English Fleet
and Army-Skirmishes-Opening of the BatteriesFailure of the Great Assault-Queen Regent's Death-Treaty of Peace-Relics of
thesiege . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .r7o
CHAPTER XIX.
LEITH-HISTORICAL SURVEY (catinued).
rhc Fortifications demolished-Landing of Queen Mary-Leith Mortgaged-Edinburgh takes Military Pasession of it-A Convention-A
Plague-James VI. Departs and Returns -Witches-Cowrie Con%pkacy-The Union Jack-Pirates-Taylor the Water Poet-
A Fight in the Harbour-Death of Jamer VI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 178 ... TENTS. V CHAPTER XIII. THE DISTRICT OF RESTALRIG. PAGE Abbey Hill-Baron Norton-Alex. Campbell and 'I ...

Vol. 6  p. 395 (Rel. 1.14)

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Vol. 3  p. 166 (Rel. 0.93)

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Vol. 2  p. 282 (Rel. 0.91)

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Vol. 2  p. 259 (Rel. 0.9)

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Vol. 1  p. 106 (Rel. 0.87)

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Vol. 3  p. 34 (Rel. 0.86)

392
I. 344 341, 111. 158; Foote's
attack on Whitefield I. 342
Whiteford, Sir John, I.'106,~82, 11.
35 166 111. 161
White Hart, Leg&d of the. I. 11,22
White Hart Inn, Grassmarket, The
Whit; Hbrx hot& The, I. 99, 11.
Whik Horse Inn, I. 4, 6, 299.303
White House Loan, 111.43, 46,47,
Whihorh HOW 11. U, 35
old I1 234 235 *237
21 22739
W%e iron smith, h e first, :I. 263
"White Rose of Scotland, The,
Wig Club The 111. 124
Wigan dfred 'the actor, I. 351
W i g h u k , h i d Provost, I. 94
Wigmer, John, 11. 278
Wi ton Earl of 11. 270
Wi&er&rce, William, 11. 336
Wilkes the demagogue 111. 157
Wilkie: Sir David, L ;Os, 11. 89,
Wilkieof Foulden 11. 142
w i l l i III., PrAlamation of, I.
62; unpopularity of, 11. 324;
proposed statue to, 111. 123 : announcement
of the death of, I. 201
W i l l i IV. inLeithRoads, 111.198
W i l l i de Dedervk. alderman, 11.
11. 123
po7.337~ 111. 7'
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W:fi7ram the Lion King, 11. 46, 50,
Willram Foular's Close, 11. 241
Williams, the actor, 1. 348
Williamson, David, the ejected
minister 11. 133,111. 67
Williamso~, Peter, the printer, I.
122, 176, 282, 356, 11. 25, 173,
111. 250
Willow Brae The 11.314, 318
Willox, Johi, the Reformer, 11.286
Wilson, Alexander, Provost ofEdin-
339. 111. 94, 174* 327, 335, 346,
347. 361
' burgh, 1. 131, 2x8
OLD AND NEW EDINBURGH.
Wilson, Execution of Alexander, I.
129, 11. 231, 315
Wilson Charles, painter 11. 86
Wilson; Daniel, antiqdian, I. 10,
14, 21, 118, 126, 139, 142, 150,
178, 207, 213, 217, 221, 228, 230,
245, 262, 267, 268, 276,278, Nos,
317. 11. 6, 7, 9, 11, 21, 34, 58,
379, 111. 2. 32, 37, 46, 47,49, 51,
66, 72. 74. 86, 103. 113, 14 130,
131, 213, 214, 217, 221, 223, 226,
230, 232 234 a38 246 257 258
Wilson, david, th; pokcal' shamaker,
I. 230, 11. 25
Wilson; Professor George, 11. 107
Wilson, James (" Ckudero "), 11.
Wilson, Patrick, architect, Ill. 50
Wilson, Prof. John, I. 107, 339, 11.
1277 135, 140, 14Zi '42, 143, 193
223, 111. 68, 126; humother, 11. , 155, 156; anecdotes of the prcfessor,
I I. 200; his love of dogs, i6.
Wilson, Willlam Deputy-Clerk of
Session I. 46 '67 163
Wilsm, Fhhweh's;ervant inDarnley's
murder, I. 263, 111. 4, 6
Windlestrawlee farmstead, 111. 3 9
Wind Mill The 11. 346
Windmill $tree: 11. 333, 346
Windsor Street 'III. 158 159
Windy Coule, $he, 11. ;IS, 314
Wham, Colonel John, I. 62, 63,
WinLm The family of III. 338
Winter A d e n , The, 11: 214, 215
Winton, Earl of, II.34,35. 111. 57
Wishart, George, the martyr, I. w,
III.15a
Wishart George, minister of Leith
andBi;hop of Edinburgh, 11. 14,
111. 254
Wishart, Rev. William, Ill. 219,
101, 116, 135s 1% 2273 2342 2421
250, 2518 253, 2542 258, 327, 3748
250
155, 156, 194, 19s~ !w, 204 =I%
64 65
za
Wishprt of Pittarow, James, 111.
Wi:&raft, Belief in, I. 255,II. 22
111. I&. DW: Demons accused od , ,_.. ~~~ ~ 11. r~z, 223,330,111.339; witch&
burned 11. 181 Ill. 134,155,181
~odrow,' Rev. Gobert, I. 58, 60,
111, 123, 179, 196, 222, 247 287
11- 10, 17, 23, 133, 354, 111. 99:
191, 260
Women, Sumptuary laws against,
I. 198
Wood Lord 11. 174
Wood' Si Andrew, the "Scottish
Ne&n," 111. 199, 200, =I, 202,
204 206 214 267 298
Wood th;his;oriaA 111. 107 108
Wood' oseph, the &tor, 1. 3k
Wood: kr. Alexander, 11. 283,293,
303, 111.131
Woodbine Cottage, Trinity, 111.79
Woodhall 111. 2
Woodhouhe, IIf. 33
Woodhowlee, Lord, I. 156, 230,
11. I ~ , Z I O , 270, zga, 111.33
Woods theactor I. 347
Wood': Farm 11'115 117 182
Wood's Victo;! kall,'II1.'88
Wool trade, Edlnhurgh the Seat of
Wwlmet, near Dalkeith, 111. 134,
Wor ouse The 11. 325
Workhouse: Erekon of St. Cuththe,
11. 264
3 3 ~ 3 6 4 ,
bert's, 11,'135
Works at Neu
teenth century, 1 I I . z ~
World's End Close, I. 281, 282
World's End Pool, Dean village,
W
Ill A"
Wright, the acto;, I. 3i1
Wright, Thomas, 111. 47
Wrightsand masons The 11.264
Wright's-houses, Th;, II.'36, 111.
subposed denkation, 111.3; ; the
lo *32, 3+ *36, 3 9 . its
THE END.
Napiers of, 111.34; laird of, 111.
33 Wrightslands Lord I. 226 111.32~
Writer's Codt, I. :zo, 186: 229
Writers to the Signet, I. * z * ;
libraryofthe I. 123 *1z8, 1%:
186; Society'of the '1. 158 167
built on thesiteof G;orgeHbriot'G
workshop, 1. 175
Wyndham, the theatrical manager,
I. 8, 351, 11. 179, I l l . 95
W n%am, Mrs., the actress, I. 351,
111. 95
Y
Yardheads,The, Leith III.a27,z34
Y y s , Mr. and Mrs.,'I. 343, 344.
3 51
Yelverton Mrs. 111. 307
Yester, Jdmes d r d Hay of, I. 278,
11. 286
Yester, Lady, 1.278,11.286; church
of 11. 28 286 187 *n88, ago, 291,
zd9, IIL'r58 I he:sons 11. 286
York and AlbAy, Duke)of, 1. 79,
1 5 9 ~ 1 h 355, 371,1I.10~3771 111-
57
York Cardinal I. 71, 7z
York'Hotel 11: 230
York Lane '11. 188
York Plac;, 1.366 11. go, 92, 180,
182, I&, 185, 1i6, 187, 188, 190,
199, 328, 111. 158
Young, Charles tragedian, I. 348
Young Si Joh:, l!I. 4
Young: Dr., ph siclan, 91. 17, 18
Young's Land, 11. 159
Younger, the comedian, 11. 24
Yuwn, Andrew, Provost, 11. 278
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Zoologid Gardens, The, 111.88
CASSELL & COMPANY LIMITED, BELLX SAWAGE WORKS, hNDON, kc ... 344 341, 111. 158; Foote's attack on Whitefield I. 342 Whiteford, Sir John, I.'106,~82, 11. 35 166 111. ...

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