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4" that pretence of antiquity and custome will not cover
sin, etc.

In the afternoone he lectured on Revel. 4. 4, etc. By the
throne is meant the exercise of Christs church pouer heeraway,
by 24 elders the believers under the old and new test., by the
seats their nearness to God. v. (). explained, oiis. that such
as are em[)loyed in divin mysteries shold be men of experience,
r. 8. etc., is the glorious exercise of that statlie chain.
V. 9. oils, that its good to go before in a gotxi example of



ANDREW HAY^S DIARY [29 JAN.

liolines. v. 10. is the statlie declaraoun of their unworthiness
befor y* great king by casting doun ther chains. Obs. that
the nearer you win to God you will abasse yourselves the
more.

Therafter he preached on Math 5. 21, four rules for rightlie
understanding the holy law of God, 2 sorts of killing under
the law, casuall and voluntarie, -and the punishment of
both, many uther sins are reduced into niurther, such as
quarrelling, envy, malice, drunkness, etc. Bloodguiltenes is a
dreadful! sin because it is a sitting doun upon God's chair,
stumbling the godlie is also a sort of spirituall murther, etc.

After sermons I cam home and retired to dutie in secret
and then to explication of the catachisme in the family.

And found this a very good day, blessed be God.

A cold day, and some litle frost.

30 JaiV, Munday^ 6 acloaJi. — This morning after I was ready
I did read some letters I got from the Lady Humbie, bearing
her indisposioun and her greif for her fathers conditioun. She
sent me also a letter from her father bearing the sad conditioun
he is now in at London, together w^ ane informa''" of Waris-
touns cariage all along his public transactions, which is sad
aneugh, the Lord extricat him ; all which lies I sent to S"" Jo.
Cheislie and wrot a letter to him theranent.

About nyne a'cloak, according to the Presbries appointment,
I went w*^ M*" Alex"" Levingston to Broughtoun to settle M'"
Ro* Broun w^ the Presbrie before his departure to Lyne. We
met w^ the laird of Stanhope ^ and settled thus w* M*" Ro* ;
That he shall have the just and equall half of this yeirs stipend,
1660, and that he shall go on to teill and sow the gleb, and
that the intrant shall satisfie him for any charges he is at for
so doing, provyding tliat he acquaint the Presbitery as he



1 Sir William Murray of Stanhope was a great Royalist, and suffered much for
his attachment to the royal family. He was fined by Cromwell in 1654 in the
Sum of ;,^2000 sterling. After the Restoration he was created a knight and
baronet by royal patent, dated 13th February 1664. He married Janet Johnston,
daughter of the Earl of Hartfield.— Douglas's Baronage. He was grandfather
to John Murray of Broughton,. secretary of Prince Charles Edward.



i66o] MEETING OF BIGGAR PRESBYTERY 253

moves from tyme to tyme. We learned that he was to be
admitted at Lyne upon Wednesday, and promised that he
should see this Presbrie on Thursday and acquaint the Presbrie
q" he is to preach at Lvn, that so we may declare Broughtoun
vacant. We found the Laird very unfixed, and feared y*- we
should have a stick of work w*^ him.

About ny* I cam home and heard that Manor parish were
desirous to have a good man to be their minister. I wish it
treu, so I retired myself to dutie.

I found this a tollerable good day.

A good, soft day.



31 Jan'', Twysday, 8 ddoak. — This morning being s(j* un-
weel, after I was ready I went up to Bigger and resaved a
letter from S"" Jo" Cheislie expressing much grieff for Waris-
toun's condition, and desired me to tak advise of advocates
concerning the Lady Humbles bussines.

About 11 acloak I went in to the Sermon and heard M«^
James Donaldson preacli on 1 Thess. 3. (j ; in the text 2 things,
the report and the effects thereof. In the report 4 things.
Obs. 1, that ther is a sweet union and concurrence among the
graces of God q" people thryve under the ghospell. 2 con-
sider^"^ to clear it for this union, consider 3 things in the
graces of God. 4 things we should study to see in ourselves
in referenc heerunto. Obs. 2, that its a sweet evdence of a
thryving people q" they are ardently desirous of fellowship
in the ordinances w* a godlie minister. 2 considerations
to clear it. 3 cases (jrin it is stedable. ()«s. 3, that its the
great joy and comfort of a godlie minister to hear and see his
people thryving by the ghospell. 5 things y^ lye sad on
ministers spirits, etc.

After Sermon the Presbrie met w^ the elders, and the whoU
m*"^ of famlyes wtin this parish, anent the call of our minister;
they shew the people one of our ministers discouragemts was
their profanity, and pointed out their sines which they
acknowledgd and promised amendment, and the minister l)eing
called, the people and he did ingag niutuallie (m much tender-
ness and love to incoura«ie ane another in the work of the



254 ANDREW HAY'S DIARY [31 JAN. 1660

ghospell. This was done to advance the gliospell in this
place, the Lord give a blessing to it.

This day I was unsatisfyed w* M"" A. M. his cariage. After
this I cam home, being still somewhat unweel, only it bore up
my heart that the Lord had assisted me in this Avork ; so I
retired to dutie.

This was no ill day, I blisse the Lord.

A good soft day, but cold.



Diarius quintus finitus, Jan*" 31, 1660,

Laus
Deo.



INDEX



AiRD, Mr. Francis, io8.

Aitken, John, maltman, 234 ;/.

Alantoun, 52, 209,

Alison, Mr. Robert, 91.

Anderson, Mr. Pat., 41, 44, 78 n, 90.

Andrew, Robert, 98, 185.

Anstoun, laird of, 128.

Architecture, books of, 163.

Argyle, earl of, his coach, 52 ;/ ; plot

against, 60.
Austin, Mr. Samuel, 132.

Bailie, Alexander, 212, 237.

Enoch, 93.

George, of St. John's Kirk, 42 ;/,

74 n, 76.

James, 93.

Janet, her funeral, 243.

Mr. John, 237.

Robert, of Jerviswood, xiv, xv,

185, 186.

Baird, John, 134.

Robert, 87, 109.

Baptism of children, xxviii.

Barclay, colonel, 43, 48.

Bath waters, 187.

Bathgate stipend, 202.

Bertram, Mr.Alexander, 115^, 130,213.

William, 130.

Berwick town, 183.

Biggar conjoined with presbytery of
Lanark, xvii.

fair, 175.

kirk legacy to, 149.

presbytery, 146, 174, 191, 194.

school, 127, 160.

tower at, 41, 45, 55 ;/, 76.

Birthwood, 93, 1^0, 142. .

Black, David, 168.

lilacklay, William, 244.

Blackslock, James, 11, 161.

Blair, Mr., of Dunskey, xiv.

Mr. (jcorge, 142.

Boghall castle, 55 w, 59, 71.

Booth, sir (Icorge, relicl leader in
Chester, 109, 1 10 ; defeated by Lam-
bert, 117, 118, 122; a prisoner in
the Tower, 125; turns evidence,
132 ; distracted, 147.



Boreland, James, 226, 230.
Borthwick, Alexander, 62, 85 w, 136,
152, 187, 200.

Andrew, 2, 85.

Brand, Mr., 60, 86, ^J.

Mrs., 134, 153, 189.

Brodie, lord, 66 n.

Joseph, 161, 162.

Broughton, kirk of, 194.

manse, appreciation of, 214, 218,

243-
Brown, of Dolphinton, 7, 28, 37, 59 «,

90,96, no, 127, 193.

Andrew, 7.

Christian, 220.

Gilbert, 9, 99, 173, 219, 224.

Helen, 43, 67.

James, 41, 46, 77, 230.

John, 117, 128.

in Edmonston, 93.

in Newholme, 27, 28.

Marion, 28, 36, 71, 73, 77, 90,

117, 122.
Mr. Robert, Broughton, 6, 130,

158, 179, 215, 252.
Quothquhan, 4, 7, 32, 41,

43. 48, 52, 57, 59, 66, 67, 73, 82, 84,

88, 90,91, 117, 119, 123, 125, 127,

139, 147, 149, 173, 194, 219, 224.
Mr. William, 36, 49, 99, 121 w,

138, 147, 148, 149.
Bruce, James, 27 u.
Buccleuch, Ann, countess of, afterwards

duchess of, xxii, 4 w, 5, 149 ;/.

Mary, countess of, xxii.

Burial on Sunday, xxviii, 126 tt.
Burnet, bishop Gilbert, xx, xxi.

John, rol)l)ed, 162.

195, 196.

Dr. Thomas, xx.

Wm., chirurgeon, 9, 10.

Calander, John, 26, 59, 7>» 9^, 103,

116, 141, 156, 190, 200.
Caldcrwood, Mr. James, 1,13, 25, 53,

62, 86. 102, 150 //, 152, 153, 164,

186, 187, 199.
Mr. William, 4, 2$, 86, 102, 154.

180.



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ANDREW HAY S DIARY



Caldwell, Mr. John, 41.

Calhoun, Humphrey, 127, 173.

Carmichael, lord, 48, 147 ; his kitchen
on fire, 227.

sir Daniel, 29, 33 ;;, 46, 48, 88,

122.

Carstairs, Mr. John, 40.

Cassilis, earl of, xxiii.

Caverhill, 9, 10.

Chapman, Sylvester, 159.

Charles ii., 122, 125, 153 ; on the way
to Rome, 17S.

Charter of Threipwood, 131,

Charteris, Mr, Laurence, 102, 200.

Chieslie, Alexander, 153.

James, his marriage, 210.

John, yr. of Kerswell, xxiv.

of Dairy, xxiii. xxiv, 189 w.

Mr. John, xxiii.

sir John, ix, xii, xxiii, xxiv, 2, 3,

4, 5, 6, 7, 26, 32, 39, 40, 41, 42, 44,
48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 64,
65, 7Z, 76, 79, 84, 85, 88, 97, 99,
118, 119, 132, 138, 147, 166, 172,
177, 198, 200, 203, 204, 208, 209,
210, 219, 225, 229, 230, 243, 253.

• Rachel, lady Grange, xxiv.

Walter, xxiii, 138, 209,

William, keeper of register of

homings, 12, 49 n, 109, no, 152,
153, 154, 166, 189, 201, 209.

Christie, James, 84, 86, 87, 109.

Clark, Robert, 74.

Cleghorn, John, Kirklawhill, sees
witches, 158.

Clelland, John, xvi.

Clerk's house, 5.

Clerkington, well at, loi, 108.

Clowburn, 119 n, 121.

Cobbett, col., to succeed Monk, 176.

Cochrane, lord, of Ochiltree, 65 it.

Coinage of Scotland, 169.

Colinton, 10 n.

Colquhoun, Humphrey, 127, 173.

Colvin, Mr. Patrick, 149.

Cook, Laurence, 45.

Coquet, 41.

Council chamber of Edinburgh, 7.

Coyner, Mr., Commonwealth Arms,
Berwick, 182, 183.

Craig of Riccarton, 10.

John, 130.

Craigie, lady, anabaptist, 183.

Craignethan castle, xxvii.

lands and castle of, xi, xii, xxv.

purchase of, 160, 201.

valuation of, xxvii.

Cranston, lady, 105.

lord, 10 n.



Crauford, Mr. John, 68, 72, 174.

Crawford, James, 192.

Crichton castle, 152.

church, 231.

James, 9, 26, 27, 45, 76, 91, 92,

98, 140.

John, 4, 26, 27.

William, 27, 33, 93, 94, m, 125,

169, 197, 218.

Mr., Bathgate, 202.

Cromwell, lord Henry, 26.

Richard, protector, 9 ; de-
clared usurper, 26 ; resignation of,
43 ; flight of, 67.

Crosby, Jean, 45.

Culterallers, lady, 214.

Culter common, 97, 98, 130, 131, 133.

Cunningham, lady Margaret, vii.

Dalkeith, planting of, 4, 5.

Dalyel, general Thomas, xxi.

Dalmeny kirk, 5.

Darling, Adam, 26.

Deuchar, lands of, 180, 189.

tenants of, 9, 84 ;/, 161, 171, 172,

174, 175, 243.
Dialling, book of, 92 «.
Dickson, Mr. Alexander, Kirkurd,

34, 180.
James, 28, 33, 99, 100, 127, 134,

167.

John, of Smithfield, vii.

Richard, 1 1.

Wm., of Glenholm, 41, 174.

- Mr., 4,5-
Diurnal, Scots, 219.

Donaldson, Mr. James, 81, 96, 178 n,

242, 253.

James, Afleckhill, 165.

Douglas, duke of, xxvii.

lord, xxvii.

sir Archibald, of Blackbarony,

161 ft.

sir James, 160, 161, 163, 165.

Mr. Robert, 6, 72 ;/, 88.

Drummond, bailie, wife of, xxi.

Elizabeth, marries earl of Kin-

noul, XX,
George, of Milnab, xxi.

lieut. - general, marries lady

Humbie, xix.

Mr, John, 61, 86, 153.

sir John, of Machany succeeds to

title of viscount Strathallan, xx.

Mrs. Margaret, daughter of lord

Madderty, xx.

Drury, William, 98,
Duncanson, Andrew, 48.
Durham, sir James, 54 ;/,



INDEX



257



Edgar, John, 5 n, 7, 11, 25, 26, 66.

Edinburgh, council chamber of, 7 ;
horse guard in street, 99; assess-
ments, 118.

magistrates chosen, 153.

synod at, 178, 180.

Elliot, Mr. Robert, Peebles, 98, 202.

Errol, lord, 66.

Erskine, lady Sophia, 163.

Falkland, earl of, a prisoner, 118.
Ferguson, David, his book of Scots

proverbs, 189 n.
Fisher, Margaret, 71, 143.
Fleetwood, It. -general, 49.
Fleming, commissioner, 99.
Fleming, lord, his marriage, 210.
Forrest, Alex., 122, 125, 131, 149 «>

175, 226, 243.

James, xvi, 45.

John, xvi, 6, II.

Foulis, Mr. Alex., 132.



Gala, John, 142.
Galloway, major, 185.
Gardiner, Arthur, 43.
Garshore, Mr. James, 6.
Geddes, Barbara, 44.

Thomas, 84, 117.

Gilchrist, John, 12, 136.
Gillespie, Mr., 32 n, 64, 234.
Gilmour, sir John, 208 «, 209.
Glenholm, kirk and manse



of, 41,



42.



Gordon, Mr. Robert, 99.

Govan, Isobel, 27.

Graden, lady, 210.

Grreme, Patrick, of Inchbrakie, xxi.

Graham, dame Margaret, lady

Strathord, xx.
Gray, James, his wife's burial, 11.
Mrs., 61 «, 65, 85, 102, 103, 105,

136, 151, 181.
Greenhead, 148, 149.
Greig, Catherine, 195.

Elspeth, 88, 99.

Mr. John, 7, 28 «, 29, 33.70, 7i»

77. 79. 83, 92, 93, 97, 98, 99, 122,

127, 145, 160, 173, 215, 218, 231,

237.
Greive, James, in Newby, 192.
Gulto, John, 46 n.
Guthrie, Mr. James, xii, xxiv, 52,

179;/, 180.

Haddington, first earl of, 3w, 162 «.
Hall, Mr. Gilbert, xii.
Halloun, John, 91.



Hamilton, Ann, duchess of, viii, ix,

49, 80, 166 «, 181, 201, 225.
Hamilton, Ann, marchioness of, viii.

duke of, 66, 209.

James, 80, 88, 122, 225, 226.

at Fence, xvii.

sir James, of Orbeston, 207 w,

308.

sir John, of Orbeston, 204.

Mr. John, 81 w, 114, 120, 129,

137, 204,

Matthew, servitor to Mr. Hay,

xvi.

Pat., of Green, 209.

Robert, burial of, 126.

Threipwood, xvi.

Wm., Threipwood, xvi, 237.

Harden, loi.

Hardy, Mr. John, 102.

Hastie, Robert, dean of guild of

Lanark, xiv, xv.
Hay, Mr. Alexr., 163.

Andrew, of Craignethan, vii ; at

a meeting of protestors in Edinburgh,
xii, xiii, xiv ; in transaction with
town council of Lanark, xiv, xv,
xvi.

yr. of Craignethan, xvi, xxvi.

3rd of Craignethan, xxvi.

of Haystoun, vii.

arms of, xxv.

Catherine, 56.

dame Helen, lady Wariston, xix.

Janet, Quothquan, 43, 192,

220.

hon. John, vii.

sir John, illness of, 58 ; his death,

^37- .. .

John of Haystoun, vn, xi, 9, 58,

72, 73, 160, 166, 175, 181 ; chosen
commissioner, 214, 225, 226.

3rd lord Yester, vii.

5th of Craignethan, xxvi.

Margaret, 27, 44.

Mary, sister of Andrew Hay,

25, 58, 234.

daughter of Andrew Hay,

xxvi, 43.

Mr. John, lord Tweeddale's chap-
lain, 103.

Nicholas, wife of Alexander Lock-
hart of Cleghorn, 39 w.

Mr. Robert, 66, 209.

Susannah, xxvii.

Thomas, vii.

William, of Smithfield, 9 w, 58,

160, 161, 163, 165, 171, 198, 200,
201.

4th of Craignethan, xxvi.



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ANDREW HAY'S DIARY



Hepburn, sir Adam, x, 86.

Helen, x, xxii, i88.

Heriot, Mr. Alexander, 202.

Hog, John, II, 27.

William, 11.

Holyrood abbey church, xx.

Home, Charles, earl of, xxvii.

Hopetoun, lord, 147 n.

Humbie, lady, x, 2, 3, 4, 12, 41, 43,
53, 62, 63, 64, 86, ?>-], 93, 106, 116,
123, 125, 128, 135, 143, 147, 183,
184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 198, 200,
202, 203, 204, 208, 209, 216, 231,
250, 252 ; her marriage, xx ; birth
of her children, xx, xxi.

widow of lord Humbie, 64,

150, 152, 198.

lord, 136.

Hume, George, laird of Graden, xx,
no «, 181, 182, 183, 186.

John, of Kello, 184.

Highchesters, 149 n.

Hume, Mr. John, 100, 148.

call to High School of Edin-
burgh, 249.

Hundlehope, goodwife of, 58.

Inglis, Archibald, 218.

James, notary, 130.

William, 30.

Ingliston, lady, 12, 13, 24, 25, 54, 64.

Jack, Gideon, 143.

Mr. Wm., 37, 121 «, 148.

Jamieson, Richard, 99.
Jenkinson, Andrew, 142.
Jerviswood, lady, 66.
Johnston, Catherine, 125 n.

daughter of Wariston, xxi.

James, of Beirholm, xviii.

Janet, daughter of Wariston,

xxi.

Margaret, xx.

Mr. Samuel, 56.

Rachel, lady Crimond, mother of

bishop Burnet, xviii.

Keith, laird of, 4, 10, 12, 13, 25,
63, 86, 135, 152, 165, 186.

Kello, John, Kilbucho, 98, 149.

Patrick, 173, 195, 207, 212; de-
posed, 241.

Kennedy, caption against, 10.

Mr., Bathgate, 202, 203.

Mr. Hew, 40.

Ker, colonel, 209.

lady Ann, 210.

Marion, vii.

Mr. Robert, 4, 72.



Ker's acres, 49.

Kerswells, lady, gown, 128.

Kid, Mr., minister at Holyrood, xx.

Mr. Peter, 38, 130, 212, 219,

231.
Kilkerson, John, 36,
Kirkcaldy, Mr. Thomas, 4.
Kirkco, James, of Sandywells, xii,

xiii.
Kirkton, Mr. James, xii, 24 n, 48, 54,

60, 62, loi, 107, 108, 162.
Kirkurd, 79, 202.

Laing, John, servitor to Mr, Hay, xvi.

Lambert, general, 42 ; in pursuit of
sir George Booth, 109, no; defeats
Booth, 117, 118; in Newcastle, 189,
200; at Nottingham, 238; submission
of, 246.

Lamp lands, 49.

Lanark, lady, death of, 154.

presbytery of, 172.

Lancashire, insurrection in, 105.

Laurie, Mr. Thomas, 30 «, 31, 47, 48,
67, 112, 116, 130, 131, 137, 139,
140, 148.

Law, deacon, 88.

Mr. Mungo, 6.

Lawrie, Mr. Robert, dean of Edin-
burgh, xxi.

Lawson, Christian, 65.

James, 109.

Learmont, major Joseph, 27 n, 28,
no, 117, 128.

Robert, 6, 179, 180, 208.

Ledstwood, sale of, 105.

Lee, lord, 26.

Leighton, bishop, 47.

Lermont, lord, turns papist, 178.

Leslie, Mrs., xxi.

Liberton, lady, 12, 24, 25,

Lilburne, col., in possession of New-
castle, 183.

Linplum, 163.

Livingston, Mr. Alexr., minister at
Biggar, xvii, 4, 26, 28 w, 31, 33, 35,
41, 42, 47, 55, 56, 58, 59, 67, 68,
69, 70, 74, 77, 82, 89, 90, 91, 94,
96, 97, 98, 100, no, 112, 113, 114,
115, 117, 119, 122, 123, 126, 128,
129, 130, 137, 139, 140, 144, 147,
149, 150, 157, 159, 168, 170, 173,
176, 178, 193, 195, 205, 210, 212,
214, 215, 216, 218, 222, 227, 229,
231, 241, 243, 245, 247, 250.

Jane, married to Mr. Gideon

Penman, 153.

Mr. John, 36, 37, 38, 50, 51.

Marion, 195, 210, 216, 218.



INDEX



259



Livingston, Mr. Robert, 7, 41, 78,
146 n, 154.

Samuel, imprisoned, 143.

Lockhart, Alexr., of Cleghorn, 39 n.

Mr. Robert, 4, 49, 80, 99.

London diurnal, 204.

M'CuLLO, Hugh, 189.

M'Dowall, Wm., of Garthlands, 43 n,

48, 99.
M'Gie, Mr. Andrew, 4, 180.
Mackenzie, sir Alexr., of Coul, xxii.
M'Kersie, Mr. John, 34, 93, 122.
Mair, David, 96.
Maxwell, Alexander, 5, 40.

Catherine, Berwick, 183.

James, 139, 142.

sir James, of Calderwood, 147.

Mary, wife of Andrew Hay, vii,

39 «, 147, 148.

yr. of Calderwood, 39 n.

Mein, Mr. Wm., 182.

Mellerstane, 185.

Melvin, Mr. James, 46 n.

Michael, 11, 12, 13, 62,86,87,

no, 132.
Menzies, Alex., of Culterallers, 97 w,

130, 159, 213, 219.
Mr. John, minister at Johnston,

97-

Mineral well at Clerkington, loi,
108.

Mitchell, Alexr., 11.

Helen, 130.

Mr. John, 210.

Moncrieff, Mr. Alexr., xii.

Monk, general, 6, 12, 88, 161, 197,
209, 219 ; visited by Hay at Dal-
keith, 65 ; grants passes to Hay, etc. ,
1 10 ; takes anabaptist ministers in
Edinburgh, 169 ; his successor ap-
pointed, 176; takes Newcastle, 179;
at Alnwick, 183; his enmity towards
Wariston, 198, 201, 202, 246, 250;: ;
appoints justices of peace, 225 ; in
pursuit of Lambert, 231 ; rewarded,
238.

lady, visit of, 203 n.

Mowbray, John, 5, 6, 109, 156.

Muir, Adam, Crossford, xvi.

James, Crossford, xvi.

John, servitor to John Forrest,

xvi.

Thomas, Crossford, xvi.

servitor to Archibald Muir,

xvi. -

Murray, Mr. Anthony, 29 «, 32, 68,
83, 116, 130, 215,254; brother of,
244-



Murray, James, 33.

Mr. John, xii.

Patrick, 10, 60, 84, 87, 109, 134,

180, 189.

Robert, 33, 44, 122.

sir William, of Stanhope, 214,

252 n.
bailie, 29.

Nairn, Mr. George, xii.

Neednail, 44 n.

Newholm, 96.

Nicol, Patrick, daughter of, 10.

Nisbet, Hugh, 55.

James, 159, 207, 212.

Mr. John, his wife's* burial, 50.

Ogle, captain, 204.
Oliphant, Mr. John, 38.
Ormiston kirk, 105, 106.

lady, 25 ;/.

Oswald, Mr. Andrew, 122.
Oxford, earl of, a prisoner, 118.

Pait, Thomas, servant at Humbie,

Paterson, James, in Biggar Shiels, 98.
Peden, Mr. Alex, (the prophet), 117 «,

124, 141, 154, 168, 174, 191.
Penman, Mr. Gideon, 2 «, 3, 6, 41, 49,

53, 85, 136, 153, 179, 180, 202.

John, 71 ; wife of, 170 w.

Philp, Mr. John, 202.

Phin, Mr. George, 194.

Plank, 123 n.

Polmudie, 94.

Polwarth, lord, xxiii.

Popish books, 67, 87.

Porteous, Arch., surgeon, 42 w, 48, 56,

57, 58, 73, 123, 128, 241, 242.

Mr. Archibald, 141, 191 n.

John, in Nisbet, 98, 161.

Portsmouth besieged, 231.
Prayers, set forms of, xxviii.
Preston, laird of, 203, 204, 207, 208.
Prestongrange, loi.
Pretsill, James, wife of, 165.
Purdie, Mailie, 170.

Quakers, 108.

Quecnsberry, lady, 98, 124 «, 132, 137,
I55» 158. 191. 194-

Rak, Mr. John, 41, 67 w, 71. 73» 74i
80, 97, III, 117, 127, 128, 147.215,

231-
Ralston, Margaret, 226, 23a
Ramsay, Mr. Kol>crt, 223.
Mr. Thomas, xii, 223.



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ANDREW HAY'S DIARY



Redhall, lo, 26, 49 n.

lady, 60, 208.

Reid, Thomas, Dalkeith^ 192.
Riccarton. See Craig.
Roads in Scotland, xxviii,
Roberton, stipend of, 139.
Robison, James, 45, 54, 73, 77, 98,

169.
Margaret, suspect of witchcraft,

145 «. 195, 243.

Martin, 209.

Rodger, David, 201.
Rollo, James, 93.

John, 93.

Runciman, James, 153.

Russel, Wm,, of Slipperfield, 167, 174 ;

burial of his wife, 175.

Sabbath, observance of, xxviii, 1 1 1 «,

126 n.
Sciennes, 25 n.
Scotland, MS. history of, 47.
Scots Diurnal, 219.
Scott, Ellen, Hundleshope, 210.

Mr. Harry, 98, 139.

Mr. John, xii.

Patrick, 2.

Mr. Robert, deposed, 5.

sir Walter, xxvii.

Selkirk, lord, prisoner in Douglas

castle, 147 n, 166, 208.
Semple, Mr. John, xii.
Shankley, Wilkin, 169.
Sharp, Mr. James, afterwards arch-
bishop of St. Andrews, 5 «, 42,

231.
Signet, opening of the, for passing writs,

162.
Sinclair, Mr. John, 3, 6, 103, 108, 136,

152.

Marion, 140.

Skirling, mansion house of, xxvii, 93.

measure, 159 w.

sale of, 192.

planting school at, 155, 158,

169,
Skirving, John, 65.
Smith, Mr. John, 6, 72.
Smithfield, estate of, 201.

lady, death of, 56, 58.

Somerville, Agnes, 73.

David, 98.

Mr. Lewis, 43.

Mr. Wm., 30 «, 32, 70, 120.

Soundhope, 109.

Stamford, earl of, a prisoner, 118.
Stane, property of, xvii, 11.
Stanhope, laird of, 214, 252 n.
Steel, Margaret, 36, 122.



Stevenson, Alex,, 41, 45.

Andrew, 4, 10, 27, 87, 88, 109.

John, 45, 46 ; his wife, 130.

Stewart, sir James, ix, xii, 6 «j 43, 52,
181, 203, 209, 210.

captain Wm., 136.

Stirling, Mr. John, xii, 50, 51, 61, 108,
134 «, 153. 202.

Strabrock parish, 6.

Strathallan, James, 3rd viscount, xx.

William, 2nd viscount, xx ; bap-
tism of, XX, xxii.

Strathord, lord, xxi.

Strong, Mr. Alexr., 132.

Sundials, 92, and n.

Swinton, lord, imprisoned, 244.

John, 43 n, 48.

Sword sent by Mr. Hay to London,
212.

Sydserf, Arch., 208.

Symson, Mr. Robert, 185.

Talbot, col., 179.
Tarbert, Catherine, 91.

James, 66, 194, 201, 208.

Tarris, earl of, xxii.

Templeton, John, Threipwood, xvi.

Thomas, John, 87, 109.

Thomson, Wm., 5 n, 7, 11, 24, 26,

53, 66, 85, 105 «, 108, 135, 136,

150, 162, 181.
Thorburn, David, 67.
Threipland, James, 139.

Jean, 214.

John, 167, 169.

Threipwood, lands of, 49, 80, 125,

149.
Threipwood, tenants of, 227.
Thurlow collection of state papers, 42.
Tillifriskie, 48.

Tithes, abolition of, 184, 185.
Toleration, 99, 124 n, 134, 146.
Traill, Mr. Robert, xii, 52, 202 n.
Traquair, lord, 162.
Tweeddale, lady, 163.
lord, 13, 135, 163 ;/, 165, 171,

201.

Ure, Mr., minister at Norham, 184.

Vallance, James, 27.
Vane, sir Henry, 40, 185, 246.
Veitch, Alexr., 9, 10, 26, 33, 46.

Janet, 25, 234, 238.

John, 139, 140, 153.

Wales, insurrection in, 92, 102.



INDEX



261



Wariston, lady, xix, 5, 6, 10, 12, 26,
52, 60, 64.

lord, ix, xii, xviii, xxiv, 5, 26,

34, 40, 43, 49, 60, 97, 102, 124, 134,
146, 147, 150; his will, 186, 198,
209; his papers removed, 203;
Monk's enmity, 246, 250 n ; his
children, ^6^ 87, 197 ; return of, to
Redhall, 247 See also Johnston.

Watt, Adam, 3, 4, 153.

Waugh, Mr. John, 91.

Weir, John, Crossford, xvi.

Wemyss, lady, 53.

sir John, of Bogie, xxii.

Westhall, laird of, 204.



Whinger purchased, 112 n.

White, John, in Skirling, 158, 159, 206.

Whiteford, sir John, 39 n.

Wigtoun, lord, 55, 74.

Wilson, George, 35, 123, 143, 145 n.

Wm.,98. .

Winram, Mr. George, xxiii.

Witchcraft, 2 «, 145.

Witches in Skirling, 168, 169 ; dance

of witches, 158.
Women preachers, 185.
Wright, James, 203, 209.



Young, John, 44, 93, 179.



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LIST OF MEMBERS

Adam, Sir Charles E., Bart., 5 New Square, Lincoln's Inn,

London.
Adam, Thomas, Hazelbank, Uddingston.
Agnew, Alex., Procurator-Fiscal, Court-House Buildings,

Dundee.
Aikman, Andrew, 6 Drumslieugh Gardens, Edinburgh.
Aitken, Dr. A. P., 38 Garscube Terrace, Edinburgh.
Aitken, James H., Gartcows, Falkirk.
Alexander, William, M.D., Dundonald, Kilmarnock.
Allan, George, Advocate, 33 Albyn Place, Aberdeen.
Anderson, Archibald, 30 Oxford Square, London, W.
10 Anderson, John, jun., Atlantic Mills, Bridgeton, Glasgow.
Andrew, Thomas, Doune, Perthshire.
Armstrong, Robert Bruce, 6 Randolph Cliff, Edinburgh.
Arnot, James, M.A., 57 Leamington Terrace, Edinburgh.
Atholl, The Duke of, Blair Castle.

Baillie, Ronald, Advocate, Jedbank, Jedburgh.


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