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INDEX.

Advocates, Faculty of, footnote, 10.1 Calton Hill, 17, 34.
Advocates' Library, 42-43.

Canongate Kirk, 30; Jail, 30.
Agricultural Museum, 64.

Canonmills, 103.
Ainslie Place, 87.

Castle, The, 3, 46. Its capture by
Albany Street Chapel, 102.

Randolph, Earl of Moray, 48-
Antiquarian Society's Museum, 91. 52. By Sir William Douglas,
Architecture of Edinburgh, 4-6. 52-53. Its defence by Kirk-

Moray Place, 86-87. British aldy of Grange, 53-54.

Linen Company's Bank, 92-94. Cauvin's Hospital, footnote, 69.
Arniston, 127.

Cemetery, 106.
Arthur's Seat, 26-27.

Chalmers' Close, 32-33.
Assembly Rooms, 88.

Chalmers' Hospital, footnote, 70.
Athens, its resemblance to Edin- | Charity Work House, 64-65.
burgh, 4-6.

Charles II., Statue of, 40.

Charlotte Square, 85.
Bank of Scotland, 45. Origin of Climate, 12.
the Scotch Banking System,

Coach Offices, Preface, Fares, 134.
footnote, 45-46.

Colinton, 109.
Blackford Hill, 109.

Commercial Bank, 91.
Blind Asylum, 73.

County Hall, 43-44.
Borough-moor, 109.

Covenanters, their defeat at House
Borthwick Castle, 127-128.

of Muir, 110-111.
Botanic Garden, 104-106.

Craigmillar Castle, 131-133.
Bothwellhaugh, Assassin of Moray,

Crichton Castle, 129-131.
site of his house, 109-110.

Cross of Edinburgh, 36.
Braid Hermitage, 108.

Crown Room, Order of Admission,
Bridewell, 17.

36.
British Linen Company's Bank,
92-94.

Dalhousie Castle, 127.
Britton's, Mr., description of Ros Dalkeith, and Dalkeith Palace,
lin Chapel, 114.

120-126.
Bruntsfield Links, 69.

Dean Bridge, 86.
Buck Stone, The, 109.

Delta, quotations from, 2, 118.
Burke the Murderer, Scene of his Donaldson's Hospital, footnote, 70.
enormities, 63.

Dreghorn, 109.
Burns' Monument, 20.

Duke of York's Statue, 57.

Earthen Mound, 79-80.
Episcopal Chapels in Edinburgh,

footnote, 85.
Etty's pictures, 82-83.
Exchange Royal, 36.
Experimental Gardens, see Horti-

cultural Society's Garden.

Kirkcaldy of Grange, his gallant

defence of Edinburgh Castle,

53-54.
Knox, John, House of, 31.

Fettes' Endowment, footnote, 70.
Fine Arts in Scotland, 81-84.
Fishwives of Newhaven, 100.
Free Church College, 80.

Lasswade, 120.
Lawyers, Classification of, footnote,

10-11; Parliament House, 40-

41.
Leith, 96-99.
Leith Walk, 95.
Logan Water, 110.
Literary eminence of Edinburgh, 7.
Lynedoch Place, 86.

Goal, 17.
Gentle Shepherd, The, Scene of the

Drama, 111-113.
George IV. Bridge, 58; Statue, 90.
George Square, 72.
Gillespie's Hospital, footnote, 70.
Glencorse, 110.
Golf, Game of, 70-72.
Gorton, Caves of, 119.
Greyfriars' Churchyard, 64.

Habbie's Howe, 108-113.
Hackney Coach Fares, 134.
Hare Stone, The, 109.
Hawthornden, 119-120.
Heriot's Hospital, 65-67.
High School, 19.
High Street, 35 et seq; Appearance

of, from Princes Street, 77.
Holyrood, Abbey of, 25; Tradition

of its foundation, footnote, 26.
Holyrood Palace, 20-25.
Hopetoun, Earl of, Statue, 92.
Horticultural Society's Garden, 102.
Hospitals in Edinburgh, 65-68, and

footnote, 68-70; Royal Infir.

mary, 76.
House of Muir, 110-111.
Howgate, 110.
Hume's Monument, 17; House, 92.

Maiden, The, 91.
Mail Coach Offices, Preface.
Manufactures of Edinburgh, 12; of

Leith. 99.
Markets, 35.
Mary, Queen, Bed of, 21.
Meadow Walk, 68.
Melville Castle, 120.
Melville Monument, 92.
Merchant Maiden Hospital, foot-

note, 68.
Merchiston Castle, 108.
Moniplies, Richie. His bold com-

parison of the Water of Leith
· with the Thames, footnote, 86.
Mons Meg, 57.
Moray House, 30.
Moray Place, 88.
Morningside, 108.
Muschat's Cairn, footnote, 27-28.
Museum, 75.
Music Hall, 89-90.
Music, State of, footnote, 88-89.

Napier, the inventor of Logarithms.

His birth-place, 108.
National Monument, 18.
Nelson's Monument, 18.
Newbattle Abbey, 127.
New Academy, footnote, 19-20.
New Club, 84.
Newhall, 111.
Newhaven, 99-100.

Infirmary, 76.

Jeanie Deans, spot where she met

Robertson, footnote, 27-28.

Nor-Loch, 77, and footnote, 86.
North Bridge, 34.

Observatory, The, 17.
Origin of Edinburgh, 2-3.
Orphan Hospital, footnote, 69.
Oxenford Castle, 131.

Parliament House, 40-41.
Pennycuik House, 113.
Pitt Statue, 88.
Playfair's Monument, 17.
Population of Edinburgh, 7-10.
Porteous Mob, footnote, 59-62.
Post Office, 16.
Prentice Pillar, Roslin Chapel, 115.
Prison, 17.
Publishing in Edinburgh, 11-12.

Schools - High School, 19. The

New Academy, footnote, 19;
Southern Academy, 20; Dr.
Bell's School, ibid. ; Heriot's

Hospital Free Schools, 67.
Scott, Sir Walter. Adventure of

Chrystal Croftangry in Holy-
rood Palace, footnote, 22-24.
Description of the spot where
Jeanie Deans met Robertson,
footnote, 27; Description of the
View of Edinburgh from Ar-
thur's Seat, footnote, 26, 27, and
28; Allusion to the Tolbooth,
footnote, 45; Statue in Mr. Ca-
dell's, 106-107; Extract from
“Rosabelle,footnote, 116; from
the “Grey Brother," footnote,
126 ; Description of Crichton

Castle, 129–130.
Scott Monument, 77-79.
Signet Library, 43.
Social Advantages of Edinburgh,

12.
Solicitors, footnote, 11.
Stamp Office, 16.
Steamboat Offices, Preface.
Stewart's, Dugald, Monument, 17.

Queensberry House, 30.

Railway Offices, Preface.
Ramsay, Allan, House of, 58.
Randolph Crescent, 86.
Regalia of Scotland, 55-56; where

orders are issued, 36.
Register House, 14-16.
Rizzio, Murder of, 21-22.
Roman Catholic Chapel, 101.
Roslin Chapel, 113-117; Castle, 118.
Royal College of Surgeons, 73.
Royal Bank, 92.
Royal Exchange Buildings, 36.
Royal Infirmary, 76.
Royal Institution, 81.
Royal Society, 81-84.
Royal Terrace, 95.

Theatre Royal, 16.
Tolbooth, the Old, 44-45.
Trades’ Maiden Hospital, footnote,

69.
Trinity College Hospital, footnote,

69.
Tron Church, 35–36.

University of Edinburgh; Its dis-

tinguished reputation at the
beginning of the present Cen-
tury, 7; Description of, 7375.

St. Andrew's Church, 91.
St. Anthony's Chapel, 27.
St. Cuthbert's Church, 84.
St. George's Church, 85.
St. Giles's Cathedral, 37-40.
St. James' Chapel, 102.
St. John's Chapel, 84.
St. Mary's Church, 102.
St. Paul's Chapel, 101.
Salisbury Crags, 28.

Victoria Hall, 46.

Waterloo Place, 16.
Watson's, George, Hospital, 68.
Watson's, John, Institution, foot-

note, 69.

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