Old and New Edinburgh

Old and New Edinburgh

Volume VI

GENERAL INDEX 37s Douglas, Sir William the Black Knight ofliddesdal;, II.53,III. 354. 355 Dou&s, Baron, 11. 351 Dough., Lady Jane, Execution of, Douglas of Grantully, Lady Jane, 1. 208, 158, 384, 11. 9, 1x5, 318, 349-351, 111. 9' Douglas-Stewart, Lady Jane, Story 1. 83. 84 of 11.344.34 Doiglas, Lady?-z::es, 111. 311 Douglas, Campbell, architect, 111. 155 11. 1g0 ; his dagghter, ib. Douglas General, 1. 281 Do.glas:WiIliam,minialurepainter, Douglas, the painter, 11. 89, 90 nouglas. the clan, 11. q, 111. 19 " Dou las " the tragedy of, 11, =+, 21 , , . Douglcu, Dr., p&:$G4~I. zg8 Douglas, Francis Brown, Lord Pro- Dougk Heron &Co. thebanken, Douglas'Hotel, St. hndrew Square, Douglas. Abbot William, 11. 48, Doune, Lord, 11. zoo, 111. 3 4 Doune Tenace. 11. zoo, 111. 74 Dovecots, Superstitious belief in, Dover, Duke of, 11. 36 Dow Craig, The, 11. 19 IOI, 1.06 Dowie Johnnie, I. rig, 19 * I + his therm 1. 3 121 "Dowie Coilege:' Club, 1. xi9 Drama, The early Edinburgh, 11. 23, a+, w; denounced by the Presbytery, II.24,39 ; theCalton Hill plays 11. IDrawbridge'lhe Leith 111. I 8 Dreghorn, iord, '11. 156,166, 911. Dreghorn Castle. 111. 323, *324 Drem Haronyof 11. 233 Dres; Scottish &like of English Dress 0; the Scottish gentry I Dromedary A travelling 11. 15 Drum Ha&, 1. 95, 111.'*345, 34< Drum Sands. near Cramond. 111 17, 151. vost 11. 284 II. 19: failur; of 11'. 35 I. mz, 11. 174 342 111. 116 111. 319 32 3 in 1;g 11. 280 centuryago, 111. ~ 3 9 brother, 111. 75 hummond of Hawthornden thi pat and historian, I. IS+, I1 a?, 54.62, 127, 217, =2,zSg, 111 26 28 ,354.35 ; Ben onson' vi:it, ii?. 354 ; tte cavalier an< poet,III. 355; hisloves,ib.; hi death ib. Drummbnd, Bishop W i l l i Aber nethy, 1. a6r, a64 Drummond, Colin, physician, 11 299,301 Drummond, Dr. John, 11.147 Drummond, Gearge, I. 176, 183 Drummond Hay, Coins of, 11. 87 Drummond, am-, artist and anti UXkUl, It'. b,'III.84, I W , ~ I)rummond Jean I. ga Drummond of &mock, The, Ill Drummoud Place. I. 217. 280. I1 Irawings by, I. *at%, *368 354 .. . '9'7 1927 I 7 289 Drummond $&e Gardens, 11. 19 Drumniond Street, I. 38, 11. 3 y 335. 338, 111. 3, 7 Drummore Lord I. 251 11. 348 DrumquhGel d i r d of,'I. 259, 26 Drumsheunh 'villane. 11. 211. w 111. 7rr y65; vicw'from, 11i.x-6 Drumsheugh, Forest of, I. 237, 11 %h 14: Drumsheugh House, 11. 115, Drumsheugh Park, 111. 70, fl 111. 139 h r y , Sir Willim, I. 48, 49, 116, )ruds gun-battery, I. fl, 330 111. 238 ; trcachcry Of, 111. 133, 134 Duchess of Bragarm," Play of the, I. 343 hddingston, I. 383, 11. 'go, 303, 307, *309, 3x1, 3139 3141 315, 316, 3x7, 318. 347. 111. 86. 131, 134, 146, 165,314 ; origin of the name, 11. 914 ; barony of 11. 316 hddingston Chnrc'h, 11. * 312: *313,314; gatewayof,II.*314, famous ministers of, 11. 315, 317 hddingston House 11. 317 3uddineston Loch,'I. 8, 11, 203, 327, 11. 86, 315. *316, 111. 58, 143 ; skating thereon, 11. 315 h f f , the actor, I. 350 Iuffus, Lady, 11. 333 hgdd Stewart's monument, 11. den, 111. 3567 357 1.9, * I11 Duke of Albany (see Jam= Duke Duke of Albany's Own Hwh- Duke oi Hamilton's apartments, Duke S t m t 11.117 181 Duke's Walk, The,'I. 8, 3la, 11. Dumfries, &:f, I. go, 11. 166, of Albany) landers 11. H o l p d &lace, I. 326 3'33, 306, 07 111. 12 Square I1 343 Dumbrect's Hotel, St. Andrew Dunbar kari of 111. 143 Dunba; Sir Jaies 11.2% Dunbar: william, burns' lines on, I. 142, 235, 236, 11. 255 Dunbar Battle of (sec Battles) Dunbar$ Close I. 6, 5511. 3 Duocan, AdmLl, 11.343, 111. 158, "23 3797 384,II.I54,174 31% 111.39 Duncan, Dr. .Andrev, physician, 1. Duncan Lady 11.343 Duncan: the p h e r , 11. 93 Duncan's Land, 111. 78 Dundas. Sir Lawrence, I. 217, XI. nu,'& Sir ?homas, 11. l a Dundas: Henry, Viscount Melville Dundas. Lord Chief B a n . 11.210. 86 196, 171 282 (sec Melville) 343 Dundas, Robcrt Lord Amiston 1. 123,15g,172, 42, 11. 39 II1.;83 Dundas, President, fatie; of Lord Melville, 1. 242, 346, 11. 210 Dundas, Lord Pradent, I. &,It. 38 Dundas, Lord Advocate, 11.343 Dundas, Sir David, 1. 366, 11. 287. 111. 105. 264: d o t e of h i . . bf, rri. 7 111. 86,105 Dnnda. oJAske, Bamn, 11. 171 Dundas of Bsefhwood, Sir Kobert, Dun&, Lady Emily, 11. xg8 nundas Lady Eleonora, 111. 2 9 D u n 4 Col. Walter, 1. 54 Dundas, Lieut.&. Francis, 11. Dundas, Mr.. 11. m, 283 Dundas riots, 1791. 11. 343 Dundas Street, 11. 199; its Rsi. dents, 11. ~gg, 111. 162 Dundee, Viscount, I. 62, 63,65,7t Dundonald, Earl of, 1. 105,331.11. Dundrennan Lord 11. 175 Dunglas and Greethaw, Baron, I1 279 Dunkeld, Bishops of, I. 39,253. I1 54, 251, 287, 111. 13% 307, 314 Dunfernline, Earl of, I. 3r6.11. z& Ddermline, Lord, 111. p, 32 Dunfermline, H o w of the A& 210, 342 a579 27" of, I. 212. 25 Dunlop, Dr. Jam, Fkquest to thq University, 111. 26 Dunmore Earl of 11. 310 Dunn's dote1 II.'Ba 166, 161 Dupplin, Yi'ount, 1: 50 Durie. Lord, I. i68,242,III.31~,33! Durie, AbborsofMelrose, I.a53,25. hrie George, Abbot of Dunfermline' I. 2x2 >yce,'the painter 11.87 Iysart, Lyonell L r l of,' 2I.ip; Countess of, 11. 167 Jyvours stane, The, I. 152 E Fade and Henderson. nurservmen. . I 111. 159 Eagle's Rock, Cramond, Ill. 315 Ear and Eye Dispenw-, I. a86 Earl Gre Street 11. 2x8 Earthen hound, i. gS, 102,106,116, 255, 11. 31. 80, 82. 9% 199. 4 3 bead of the, 11. 93-100; new from Princes Street, Phtr r7 East and W a t Mayfield Houses, 111. 51 3x6, 349,111. .so East Cross Causeway, 1. 384. 11. Eat end of High Street, Nethei Bow, and west end of Camngate, T 1 ~ E Eastbaik. Lord, 11. 10 Fst Gardens, 11.127 East Hermitage Place, Leith, 111 East India Club, 111. 125 E& London Street 11. 185 East Maitland Strc;t, 11. aoq East Morningside H o w , 111. 47 East Pilton, 111. '309 East Princes Street Gardens. I1 166 100 a14 East b e e n Street Gardens, 11. XI; East Register Street, 11. 176 East Richmond Street, 11. 337 East Warriston House, 111. IM Easter, The district, 11. 221 Easter and Wester Pilton, 111. p Easter Coates. Mansionof, 11. III Easter Hill, 11. 199 Easterlings, 111.94 Easter Road, 11. 309, III.128,13i Easter Wemy4 I. 3ag Eastern and Wekern Duddiingston 133, 15% 158 160 11. 3r4 Echo Bank, 111. 5 4 57; old how Echbing Rmz, The, 11. 313 Edgar, Rear-Admiral, 111. 142 Edgar's map of Edinbur h, 1. 3" 338, 34% 3% 3731 38551. 17, 81 Edgefield's (Lord), House, I. 241 Edge-tool maker, The first. 11. a6 Edinburgh Academy 111. 81 E$nburgh, Arms of ;he City of, 1 Edinburgh Castle, I. *I, z, 14-79 Stawand Camden'saccannts 15 the lecend of the White fiar, 21; Holyrood Abbey, oa; th monks of the Castrum Puelb rum, ib. ; capture of the Castle b the English, ib.; it becomes royal.residence,,a3; wars of th Scottlsh succession, ib . "Wa lace's Cradle," 24, *z;f the foi tress dismantled, a+ ;again in th hands of the En lah, 25' Bu locks suacagem t r its reAveq ib.;repairofthefort~,26;pr( gress of the City, ib. : Henry I\ mvades the City, 27; the Englii baffled, ib. : Al+y's pr0phe.q ab.; lamre rding the buMm of houses. ir; sumptuary law 28 ; murder of James I., 29 ; c1 ronation of James 11.. ib. ; Caul intrigues, 29,30 ; Lord Chancellc Crichton, 30; arrogance of t h Earl of Douglas ib. : the I' blac dinner " ib . th; Castle besiegec 31 . th; &;'fortified i6. ; +m< IIi. and his haugdiy no [email protected] 32 ; plots of the Duke of Alban and Earl of Mar, ib. ; mysterioi death of Mar, ib.; apture an escape of the Duke ofAlbany, 3 .E.; ciptitity of James HI., y ichard of Gloumter at Edii burgh,+.; the"C;ol$m Chartei of the city, ib. ; the Blue RL) ket," 34, * 36 ; accession of Jam at 111. 5 2- 246,267. VI, 330,334 16 IV 35 : tournaments, ib. : " thc se& sisters ot' Borthwick." v.5.'- 36.; the " Ylodden Wall," 38, +o ; reign of Jam- V 38-42 ; Edmburgh underthe f&tionsofnobles, 38-40 ; the castle attacked by the Earl of Hertford, 43,111.16g; death of Queen Mary of Guise, I. 44, 45; accession of Mary Stuart, 45h; birth of Jam- VI 46 *48: t esregeof1~73,47, I I f ?$ ; the a t y bombarded from the astle, I. 47 ; Elkabeth'sspy, 48; Sir W. Drury's dispositions for the &Fe, 48,49 : execuaon of Sir W: h.rkaldy, 50.: repairof the ruins, ab. : execution of the Earl of Morton, ib.; visit of Charles I p, 51; procession to Holyr&, Si : coronation of Charles I., ib. : the struggle against episcopacy, g1,52; siege of 1644 52 - the spectre drummer 54; th; castle baieged by CroLwell ib. ; ten years' peace in Edinbkh 55 ; the Restoration, ib. ; th; Argylcs, 56-58 ; the accession of ames VII., 58 ; sentence of the rl of Argyle, 58,59 ; h~ clever 59 ; the last sleep of Ar- ?e?.; hisdeath, ib. ; tortureof the covenanters, 59,150; proclamation of Williarn and Mary, pII; the siege ,of 1689 6 internew between the Duk;p?&rdon and Viscount Dundee, ib. ; brilliant defence of the &de, 63,64 ; Qpitulation of the Duke of Gordm, 65 ; inner gateway of the Castle * 65 ; the spectre of Clawhaw: 66 ; torture of Neville Payne, id. ; Jacobite plots, ib.: entombing of thc regalia 66, 67; project for surprismg ;he fortnss, SI ; right of sanctuary abolished. ib. ; Lord Drummonfla plot, 68 : Dome acv. biteprixmen, 6g; "rebeldies" 70 ; iunes Macgregor, ib. ; de at escape, 71 : tears as to the destruction of the crown, sword, and m p ~ e , ib.; crown-room opened in 1794 and in 1817 id. ; Mons Mag, 74 ; general d&p tion of the Castle, 7 5 7 9 Edinburgh Castle and nty Ancient and modern vieis of. 1. q. 17. k Cast / e vaults, 70 71 ; attempts - from various points, 11.193) 216, 111. 117 Edinburgh in 1745 1. 331-334; Charles Stuart in \he mty, I. 323 Edinburgh Origin of the name, I. 12 ; the infant city, I. 26 ; first enclosed by walls, 1. 31 Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway, 11. 19 113 Edinburgh and Leith Seamen's Friendly Society, 111. q Ediabzdrqh Aa'vmtkr, The, 1.318, 339, 11. 'VV 11% '7% 3a4 35'. III.63r703 73 752 7% 85, 11% 123, 124l135.139.154,~34.~35.258,306 Edinburgh Assembly Rooms, 1.314, inburgh Assoclation for Impmving the Condition of the Poor, 11. 162 Edinburgh Arscdation of Science and Arts, 11. 143 Edinburgh Bishop of 111.147 Edinburgh' Blind Asyhm, 111. a54 Edinburgh Bamic W e n , Leith Walk 111. 98. its coratm ib. Edinb&h &teryCom&y, 11. "17 Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce and Manufactures, I. 379, 111. 288 Edinburgh Che5 Club, 11.152 Edinburgh Club, The old, 111. Ed:s7 * 3 4 3x7
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