Old and New Edinburgh

Old and New Edinburgh

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GENERAL INDEX. 379 .Her!or brewery, The, 11.374 Henot free schools, 11. 374 37: Heriot Kow, 11.1~5, 158,194, 201 .Heriot's Bridge, 11. 234 Heriot's Green, 11. 371, 372, 373 Heriot's Hill, I l l . 86, 87 .Heriot's Hill House, 111. *88 Heriot's Hospital, I. 48, 55, 64, 76, 134, 176, 242, 335, 11. 33s 84, 115. its designer, rb. ; curious itemsof expenditure, ib.; generaldescription of the building 11. 369, 370 ; views of the hospidl, II.364,368, Heriot's School, I. 198, 11. 184, 250, 37% 373, 376, 379. pb& 24 274 Lord) 265. 266 266 Heriot's Trust, 11. 358 Hermand, Lord (sec Fergusson, Hermitage, The, Leith Links, 111. Hermitage Hill, Leith, III.175,186, Hermitage Place, 111. 79 Hermitage Terrace 111. 266 Heron's Court. I. ,b~ Herries, Sir Rbberi I. 179 Herring Sir John 111. 346 Herrini fishery, $he Newhaven, 111. $2 - - Hertford, Earl of, I. 43, lob, 217, 11. 2, 48, 56, 111. 169, 179, 218, 3'07 347, .Heme Prinrr of 111. 194 High kalton T i e street 11. 103 High Churc'h The, &.* Giles's Cathedral, 1: 14x '148 149 High Constables o t the dalton, 11. '03 High Constables, Society of, 11. 23 Highest buildings in Edinburgh, I. Hiehla;ldar;dAericultural Society's *168 191 193 chambers, I.'zg~, zg Highland Society of &cotland, I. $94,295 ighlanders in Edinburgh, I. 322 323,324. 11,133 ; employmental 11. 235 ; Gaelic chapel for ib. Highlanders,Revultofthe S'eaforth, Highrtggs, 11. 222, 223, 230, 325, 366 111. Z,% Highiiggs 80use 11. 223 .High School of ddinburgh, I. 110, 963, 11. 1 1 ~ 1 1 3 , 168, 2-1 259, 303, 327, 314! 111. 3, 86;k:story of the old igh School, 11. 287- 193; thesecond High School, 11. 193; the new High School, 11. 1x0-114; views of the High School, 11. *113, *q*, *z#; carved stone over the entrance to the first High School 11. . eminent masters and kctors:%: 2-06 11. 307-310 Hiih S&Al brawls 11.289 High School Close '11. 17 High School Club'The, 11. 113 High School, Leith 111. *265 High Fhool Wynd, I. 11. 249, High'School Yard, 11. 275, 293, J&h'J%t, The, I. P, 31, 43, 79, 947 I212 123, 126, 1.53, 1541 155,183,187,191-a82~335,II. 64, 95, 119, '57s 239, 24'2 2431 25% 138, I++; conflicts in the, I. 39, 50, 55 194-196. first paved and lighteh, I. '92'; high-storeyed houses, ib. ; removal of household garbage, 193; the night watch, 194 ; use offire-arms in the streetr forbidden, ib . fights between rival clans, 1&196 ; abduction of women and girls, 197 ; sump tuary laws a inst women 197 198 ; the LorrF'rovost, 19;; th; a t y police, ib. ; banquets at the C m , zoo; city constables, I. 203 ; cleanliness enforced, ib. 1 the city lighted withgas, ib. ; the Black Turnpike, zq; bitter re. ception of Queen Mary, ib. ; the house of Fentonbans. 207 j Ban- 250 02 253, 286, 287, 112 I2 283, 2938 294, 375, Id. 6, Ia,47. natwe, the printer ib. . the Bishop's Land, 208 its dishguished residents, ib. ; the Earls of Crawford zag - the first shop of Allan Kakay,' 210 ; Ancrum Hou~e, zrz: the first shop of Constable and Co., 212 213; Manners and Millar, book&llers, 213; ancient houses, ib. ; Knox's house and church, ib. ; &herino mansion, ib. ; the preaching window Knox'shouse 214; house of Archbishop Shkpe, 21s ; the Nether Bow Port, ar,; the earlier gate ib, ; the Kegent Morton's su&riw party, 218. the last gate, ib.; the ancient marirets, zr9 ; house of Adam Rothwell Bishop of Orkney, ib. ; the bishoi and Queen Mary, ib . Sir Wilrim Dick of Braid, z;dr 221 ; his colo~sal wealth, a m ; hard fortune, ib. ; Advocates' Close, ib. ; Sir James Stewart's house, ib. ; Andrew Crosbie, ib. ; Scougal's picture-gallery, 223 ; Roxburghe Close, ib. ; Warriston's Close. ab. ; William and Robert Chambers 224-226 ; house of Sir Thond Craig, 226 ; Sir Archibald Johnston of Warriston 226 127 ; Mary King's Close i27 f Mr. and Mrs. Colthearh ghostly visitors rb. . Craig's Close 229 * Andd H& bwkselly, b. ; tke " Isle of Man Arms, 230; the Cape Club cb . the Poker Club ib . Old k&p Office Close, '23; f Fortune's lavern, ib. ; the Countess of Eglinton, 231-234 ; murderous riot in the Close, 234 ; the Anchor Close 235; Dawney Dou 185's tavirn 235 236; the CpcLllan Club,' 235 f Smellie's printing-office 235, 236. Mylne's Square, 2 3 d z 3 8 : ~orld AI='s house, 237; thecountess ofSutherland and lady Glenorchy, 237, 238; Halkerston's Wynd 238 : Kinlochs Clox, ib. ; Car! rubber's Close, 238140 ; Capt. Matthew Hendemn, 239 ; Alkn R-y's theatre, ib.; its later tenants, id. ; the Tailors' Hall 239,240 ; *' Hyve awa, lads, I d no deid yet ib. . Chalmers' Close, -16. ; hope's'house, ib, ; Sandiland's Close, ib. ; Bishop Kennedy's house, ib.; Baron Grant's House, ,:41; the " Salamander Land 242 ; the old Fishmarket Close, ib. : Heriot's mansion ib. . the Deemster's house ib.; Bbrthwick's Close ib. ; I k d Dune's house, i6. ; th; old Assembly Rooms, ib. ; Miss Nicky Mum 243 ; formalities of the balls it: ladies' fashions 245; Bell': Wynd $6. . BIa& Street and Hunter'; Squire, ib. ; ' Kennedy's Close, ib. ; Niddry's Wynd, ib. ; Provost Nicol Edwards' house, 245, 246, 247 : Lockhart's Court, r6. ; St. M a j s Chapel, lb. ; Masonic Lodge meetings, ib. ; Lady Glenorchy, ib. ; story of Lady Grange 248- 251; St. Cecilia Hall Z;I; its old-fashioned concerts,'ib. ; the belles of the eighteenth century, ib. . the name Niddry, 252 ; Diikson's and Cant's Closes, 253 ; house of David Allan, zb. ; Rosehaugh's Close, id. ; house of the Abbots of hIelrase, ib. ; Sit George Mackenzie of Rwhaugh, 254 ; Lady Anne Dick, lb. ; Lord Strichen, ib.; the manners 01 17 0, ib. ; Provost Grieve, 255 ; J t o n Dhu, ib. ; Lad Lovat's Land, ib. ; Walter Ehepman, rimer, ib. ; Lady Lovat 257 ; backfriars Wynd, 258 : Sir Wdrim Stewart slain by Rothwell 259 ; escape of Archbisho; Sharpe, rb . Cameronian meeting- house, ' >b. ; house of the Regent Mortan ib. : Catholic chapels of the'eighteenth cen tury, 261. Bishop Hay ib. Baron Smi;h's chapel, 262'; Car d i d Beaton's house 263; Its historical association:, io. ; IU ultimate occupants 264; the United Industrial School, 265 ; Toddricks Wynd, 2 6 6 ; Lord Leven's house in Skinner'sClose, 267 ; the Scottish Mint, ib. ; Argyle's lodging,a70; Dr.Cullen, 271 ; Elphinstone's Court, 272; Lords Loughborough and Stonefield z7r 273' Lord Selkirk 274' Dr. kutierfoid, ib. ; house Af th; Earls of Hyndford ib. ; the three romps of MoAreith, 275; Anne Countess of Balcarres, 276 ; Souti Foulis' Close, ib. ; Fountain Close. ib. ; Endmylie's Well ib. ; house of Bailie Fullerton: 277; Koyal College of Physicians, 278 ; Tweeddale Close, ib. ; hollse of the Marquis of Tweeddale, ib.; the British Linen Company, 279 ; murder of Begbie, 280; the World's EndClose,z81; the Stanfield tragedy, ib. : titled residents in the old closes, 282 ligh Street, Portobello, 111. 152, * I53 Till Mrs. the xulptor, 11. 131 -Iill!house'Field, Leith, 111. go, 273 lill Street, 11. 159, 165 lobart Lord 11. 373 logarih Gedrge W.S., 11. 26 7ogarth' The Scbttish I. 253 logg. J k e s , the EttrigkShepherd, 1. 7, 15. 339, 11. '27, 1409 142, '7% '99, 111. 747 7 I 126, 1277 I79 Holderness Robert %arl of, 11. 39 ' Hole in the Wall" Inn, 11. 268 Holland John projector of the Bank ;If Scotlkd, 11. 93,95 HoLstein Visit of the Duke of, to Edinbhrgh I. III Holy Cross, Abbey of the, 11. 288 Holy Cross, Kirk of the, 11. ~ o o Holyrood Abbey, I. 19, m, 4 4 116, 139, 2f7.s 23p 11. 11, 42-60> 379; its ongin, 1. 42, 43, 4; its endowments 11. 44, 46, 111. 49; list of abbbts, I1.46-49,III. 41 ; seal of the Abbey, 11. *46; its relicsandrevenues, II.5o;church of 11. * 5 6 ; nave of, 11. *57; d&s;truction of, 11. 57, 58 : right of sanctuary, 11. 60 ; Hollar's print of, 11. *45 ; Gothic porch and gatehouse 11. 11 Holy Rood Acd, The, 11. 239 H+rocd, Ancient chapel of the, 11. 239 Holyrood chapel, St. Giles's church. Holyrood dairy 11. * 305 Holyrwd Foun$in,The, 11. g *SI Holyrood House, I. 199 ; the &&I Royal, 11. * 49 Holyroodhouse, Lord, I. go, 158, zm. aza, 11. 49,111. zgg Holyrood Palace, I. xi 6, 40, 42> 54 55, 58, 7% 791 90. '75,204, 11. at, 11. 66-7'. 111. 4, 7 ; Charles I. at, 11. 73; James Duke oi York and Albany at, I. 335 11. 75, 111. 11; arrival of Pr'incc Charles Edward at, I. 316; Comtc d'Artois at, 11. 76, 78 ; isometric projectionof the Palace, 11. 61 views of the Palace, 11. 68, * 6q *72;modemviews, II.*73 *Bo 81 ; monuments, I. 196, zm: 238 the old Mint, I. 267 : sanctuaq of, 11. 11, 281, 303 ; plan ofth: sanctuary, 11. * 3 q ; Hollar: print of, 11. ' 45 yard, I. 256 L 7 9 , 236, 354; Queen Maq Holyrood Tennis Court, 111. 125 Home Earl of, 11. 31 Home: Lord, I. 40, 49,II. zzz, 111 Home, Sir John, I. 102 Home, Alexander Lord, Provost Home Alexander Provost 11. z& Home: George, Cierk of .%Lion, I 29. 134, 298 11. 279 zar Home, Sir George, Lord Provost Home ofthe Heugh, Patrick, III.3( Home of Polwarth, Patrick, I1 Home of Wedderburn,David, 1.4, t: 111. 46 180. 111. 36 Iome, NinQn, the dominie, 111.156 Iome Lady I. a82 11. 31 iamb, John,'autho:of '' Douglas," 11. 24-7 127.334 111. 45,21g, 24o-zp ; hisancestors, III. 240 ; h~s death and burial-place, ib. Iome Street, 11. zaz iowerton the actor, I. 350 Iornildon'Hill (see Battles) ioneyman, Bishop ofOrkney, 1.259 ioneyman, Sir William, Lord Armadale, 1. 259 Iooly, Mount, I. 383 looped ladies, r. z++ 245 iope of Granton, imd Jwtice- Clerk, 1. 159. 11. 159 lope, Right Hon. Charles, of the Edinburgh Volunteers, 11. *I 7 mal 268, 372, 374, 111. 311 ; k conduct as Lord Advocate, 11. 102 a03 lor, I. 36 , 111 77 maAsion of, 11.243 house of I. 240 {ope: %Alexander, Lord Rankeil- <ope Sirlrchibald, 111. 270 4ope' Sir Thomas, I. 116, 11. 243; <ope, John de, I. 94; supposcd <ope Major-General, 11, 19 <ope' Profesar John 11. 293 lope' President 11. ;gs 4ope'of Carse, iI. 281 lope of Craighall, The family os 111.311. 111. 316 agriculturist, 11. 3;7 *ope of Craighall, Sir Thomas, Hope of Rankeillor Thomas, the Hope Dr. John, I. 3631*364. 111.161 Hope' Robert, physician, 11. zg8 Hope' Park, 11. 339,347, 348, W. Kope Jark Chapel, 111. 51 Hope Park Congregational Church, Rope Park Crescent, 11. 349 Hope Park Terrace 11. 3 Hope Park United Pregyterian Church, 111. 51 Hope Street, 11. 130,165 Hope's Close, 1. 116 Hopetoun, Earl of, I. 238, 3 354 513 I!I. 54 111. 5' 111. 57 Hope Park En4 11. ~ 9 , 351, 35% , 11. 38, 1% 171, 1%~ 34% IIp16rs 190, 323,362; houseof, I. 40, IL 26; monument to 11. 171 . Hopetoun Fenciblei, 11. 236 Hopetoun House 111. 77 Hopetouu Laird'of 111. 57 Hopetoun'Rooms h. 158, 111. 78 Hopkins, Mrs. a&ess, 11. 24 Horn Charity,'The, I. 308 Horn Lane 111. 76 Horn Orde: The 111. IZZ Horner, Frkcis,'I. 379, 11. 187, Horner, Leonard, I. 165, 291, 379, 292, 29.52 347 111. 342, Horseracing on Leith Sands, 111. Horse Wynd, I. 267. 282, 11.27, 38, Hos~italbfO&Mlessed Lady,I.po Hospital of St. Thomas, 11. 39 47 Hospitallers of St. Anthony, L k h , Hotels, The street for, 11. 123 House of Correction, I. 301.302 House of Industry 111. 125 House in High &reet, with memorial window (' Heave awa, Lids, I'm no deidyet," I. z4oo,*24r H o u ~ of the Kirk-of-Field, 111. 268-270 39 .& 255 256, 158, 274, 282 111. 216 4, 6, 7 Household garbage, The streets formerly receptacles for 1. 192 Houses in the New Tom: Number Houston, Archibald, Murder of, I. Houston Lad 11. 331 Howe Sireet, fi. 1% Howard, the philanthropist, I. 132, Howf The Leith 111. 23r Hugk Mill& (scs kfiller) Hugh Miller Place, 111. 75 Human heads Exposure of 11.4 Humane smiity of Leith, ~ I I . a% . - 48, !49 Of, 11. 175 '96 359 -
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