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ABBATIAL changed into Episcopal jurisdiction, czkiii. Aberdeen, charter of David I. dated at, Aberdour, “city” of, ii.; vestiges of early population around, ii.; its “red” dun, iii.; church dedicated to St. Drostan, iv.; his well and shrine, v. ; other churches dedicated to him, v. n. Abernethy, Culdees at, czzi. Achad Madchor (Auchmachar) granted to Deer, lvi. Achad toche temni granted to Deer, xlix. Adam, brother of Fergus, Earl of Buchan,
Adam, son of Ferdomnac, lxiii.
Adam, son of Fergus, Earl of Buchan, x.
Aids exigible from land, xc.
Alba, early condition of, vii.; clans, mormaers, toisechs, brehons, of, vii.; Townlands of, vii.; burdens on land, vii.
Alba, King of, nature of his rights in lands, lxxx.
Aldin Alenn, lvii.
Alexander I., his restoration of the Boar's Chase to the church of St. Andrews, lxx. lxxi.
Algune, son of Arcell, liv.
Altrie, lordship of, xiii.
Alvah dedicated to St. Columba, cxxxv.
Alvie, church of, dedicated to St. Drostan, W. 77.
Ambry in old church of Turriff, czliii.
Andrew, Bishop of Caithness, lix.
Arbuthnott, Kirktown of, its Scolocs, cxxxvil.
Ardmaers in Ireland, lxxvii. n.; receivers of dues, ib.
Arthur's Oven, cli.
BAILIE of the monks of St. Andrews, his rights, xcv. Ball-Domin granted to Deer, lv. Baptismal dues of a clan payable to a clan church, crxxii. Barry, in Strathisla, given to the abbey of Deer, xi. Bede the Mormaer of Buchan, probably an Oirrigh or under-king, lxxix. Bidbin granted to Deer, li. Biffie, circular foundations on hill of, vi. n. Blackford, church of, founded by St. Fergus, iv. Bobbio, monastery of, cik. ; its counts, ib. n. Book of Deer probably written by a Pictish scribe, xxiii. xxv.; different dates of writing in, xxv.; character of writing, xxvi. ; its version of the Gospels, xxix; orthographical peculiarities, xxix; collations of, with other versions, xxxiv.-xlv. Book-covers, or cumhdachs, represented on sculptured stones of Scotland, xx.; on illuminations of Book of Deer, xx. n.
Bradshaw, Mr. Henry, discovers the Book of Deer, clviii.; his notice of it, xvii.
Brechin, bishopric of, founded by David I, lx.
Brechin, Culdee monastery of cxx.
Britons, their dwellings and forts, cxlvi.
Broccin, lvii. lx.
Brude, the Pictish king, his residence in a Dun, cxlvii.
Bruxie, circular foundations on hill of, W1. 77.
Buchan, Earl of, William Cumyn, founder of Cistercian abbey at Deer, x. ; his gifts to, xi.
Buchan, nobles of, lvii.
Burdens on chief monasteries in Scotland, xcvii.
Burdens on land, xc.
CAINNECH, liii. Cainnech, son of MacDobarchon, liii. Can, nature of, lxxxvii. Cannisbay, church of, dedicated to St. Drostan, v. n. Cathair, meaning of word, cylv. Cathal, liii. Cathal, son of Morcunt, l. Celtic Church of Scotland had neither dioceses nor parishes, cyxvi. Celtic entries in the Book of Deer, xlvii.; offerings made to God and to Drostan, xlix. ; abstract of the grants, lxi. Celtic polity, lxv. Charters, introduction of, in Scotland, lxix. lxx. ; common among the Saxons in England at an earlier time, lxxii. Chester-le-Street, wooden cathedral of, clv. “Chief" monasteries, meaning of term, ciii. Churches, precedency among, how acquired, ciii. Church-founders, iii.; some with local, others with more diffused reverence, iii. Church-lands, lay usurpation of, xcvi. Church-lands secularised, described as “dead,” ix.
Clan Canan, toisech of, lvi. Clan-monasteries, their origin and position, cxxvii. cxxviii. Clan-territories become parishes, cxxx. n. Clann Morgainn, toisech of, lvii. Clerics' Field granted to Deer, 1. Clerics of Deer, their Celtic character, lix. Cloveth, monastery at, ix. ciii. m. ; dedicated to St. Moloch, ix. Colban, mormaer of Buchan, x. Comarba, Coarb, meaning of term, cvii. Colbain, mormaer of Buchan, lvii. Comgeall, son of Aed, grant by, xlix. Comgell, lvi. Comgell, son of Caennech, lvi. Common pasture, extensive grants of, in early charters, lyxxvi. Conveth, a right of refection, like the Irish coigny, lxxxviii. Cormac, Abbot of Turbruad (Turriff), lvii. lx. Cormac, bishop of Dunkeld, liv. lix. Cormac, son of Cennedig, lvi. Culdees, their system, cxiii.; doctrines, cxxii. n. ; a Culdee library, ib. n. ; meaning of term, cxxi.; Culdee monastery at St. Andrews, criv.; reform of, cxvii.; at Monymusk, cyviii.; at Brechin, CXX. Culii, son of Baten, grant by, l. Culros, monks of, writers of breviaries and missals, xxv. Cumhdachs, or book-covers, represented on the sculptured stones of Scotland, xx. ; in Book of Deer, xx. m. Cumyns, family of, their overthrow, xi. Customs and services exigible from lands, XC1V.
DAL, its meaning, cyxix. David I., charter by, to the clerics of Deer, lix. Deer, Book of, memoranda of grants recorded in, lxix. Deer, monastic establishment at, ii.; by St. Columba and Drostan, ii; given to Drostan by St. Columba, v.; situation of, vi. ; supposed rath at, vi. ; early remains in district of, vi. ; site of parish church at, x.; Cistercian Abbey of, x. ; legend in Gaelic of its foundation, xlvii. Deer, supposed derivation of name, vi. n., xlviii. Deer, the Book of, history of the manuscript, xvii.; in the library of Bishop Moore, xvii.; contents of, xviii.; date of text, xviii.; character of writing, xviii.; of illuminations of, xviii.; Pictish or Irish, xxi. Delerc, the, granted to Deer, li. Dioceses, origin of, cyxvi. Dobaci, lvii. Dolpatrick, church of, founded by St. Fergus, iv. Domnall, liii. Domnall, son of Giric, l. Domnall, son of MacDubbacin, lii. Domnall, son of Ruadre, li. Domongart, ferleighin of Turriff, lv. Donchad, son of Mac Bethad, lvi. Donnachac, son of Sithech, lvii. Dornoch, Culdees at, cxx. Dubni, son of Maelcolaim, lv. Dull, monastery at, ciii. n. ; subject to Dunkeld, ib. Dunaughton, chapel at, dedicated to St. Drostan, v. n. Dunblane, Culdees at, cyx. Duncan, Earl of Fife, lx. Dundarg, early fortifications at, iii. Dunfermelyn, monastery at, founded or restored by David I., lxxiii.; his grants made with consent of clergy and people, lxxx. Dunkeld, Culdees at, crx. Dunkeld, monastery of, ci. ; diocese of, cii.; its warrior abbots, cvii. Duns, wooden structures in, cylvii. n. ; often the sites of monasteries, cylix. Durham, canon-clerics at, cyvi.
EARLY buildings in Scotland, cylv. Ecclesiastical polity of early Scotland moulded on divisions of tribes, and not on territorial divisions, cxxvi. cxxvii. Ednaham, Ednam, parish of, its origin, cxxxiii. Edzell dedicated to St. Drostan, iv. n. Ellon, the capital of Buchan, lviii.; its moothill, ib. Ellon, Scolocs of, cyxxix. Enfranchisement of lands, xc. Episcopal jurisdiction, growth of, crxiii. cxxiv. Etdanin granted to Deer, liii. Ete, daughter of Gillemichel, liv. lv. Eva, daughter of Gartnait, mormaer of Buchan, x. lvii.
FEDRETH (Fedderat), three davochs of, their boundaries, lxxxii. Feradach, son of Malbhricin, lv. Fer-chane, a Celtic poll-tax, lxxxvii. n. Fergus, Earl of Buchan, x. Ferleginn, office of, cyxxvi. Fife, commonty in grazings of, lxxxvi. n. Fife, the King's Mair of, lxxxii. Finlay, mormaer of Moray, fights with Earl Sigurd, li. Fochyl, or Fechil, on the Ythan, granted to the abbey of Deer, xi. Forglen dedicated to St. Adamnan, cxxxv. Fothad, Bishop of the Scots, his copy of the Gospels, xxii.; its silver cover, xxii. Founders of Celtic monasteries, reverence for, cvii. cx. Fresco-painting common in Scotland, cylii.; at Turriff, ex.
GALLICAN origin of Scots liturgy, lviii.
LAND, early condition of, in England, xcii.; burdens on, in Brittany, xciii. Lands, co-existing rights of different persons in, lxxx. ; grants of, with freedoms, and with consent of clergy and people, ib. n. Lands conveyed by verbal grants and symbols, lxv.; in Brittany, lxviii. Lands, early boundaries of, lxxxii. n., lxxxiii. lxxxv.; growth of fixed rights in, ib. Lany, sword of investiture of lands of, lxvi. Lay abbots, cviii. Leot, Abbot of Brechin, liv. Lismore, Culdees at, czz. Llandaff, Register of, grants in, lxvii. lxviii. Lochleven, monastery of, founded by King Brude, lxviii. Lothian called “Saxony” by the Celtic chroniclers, lxxii. Lulach, king of Moray, lii. Lungley (or St. Fergus), church of, dedicated to St. Fergus, iv. . Lurchari, lvii. Lyon, Mr. Alex, founder of the choir of the church of Turriff, cyli.; paintings and sculptures in, czli. cxliii.
Malcolm Canmore, his gifts to Edgar the
Morgunn, son of Donnchad, lvii.
Moridach, son of Morcunn, grant by, xlix.
Mormaers in Alba, their office, lxxviii.; grants of lands by, lxxix. ; of their share or interest in lands, ib.; joint right with toisechs in lands, lxxx. ; styled Earls, lxxii.
Mortlach, monastery at, ix. ; founded by St. Moloc, ix.; apparently a “chief" monastery, ix.
Mos Romanus, meaning of term, clv.
“Mos Scottorum,” meaning of term as applied to mode of building, cl.
Muthil, Culdees at, cyxi.
NECHTAN, King of the Picts, his letter to the Abbot of Wearmouth, xxii. Nectan, Bishop of Aberdeen, liv.
“OLD ExTENT" of land, civ.
PARISH in Saxon England, its origin, crxx. Parishes, origin of, coxvi. Perambulations of land by David I., lxxxvi. n. Pet, a topographical prefix, meaning of, lxxxiv. Pett-in-Mulenn granted to Deer, l. Pett Malduib, li. Pett meic Gobroig, li. liv. Pett meic Garnait granted to Deer, xlix. Pictish church, peculiarities of, cv.; its clan system, cvi. ; errors of, czii. n. Pictish kings, their residences in Duns, cxlvii. Pictish monasteries, their territories become parishes, czyxii. Pictish scribe, notice of, xxi. Pictland, sculptured crosses of, xxiii.; ornamental designs the same as of early MSS., ib. Picts, their polity, lxxv. lxxvi. ; the name dies out, lxxv. Plou of Brittany, crxix. ; origin of cxxx. Poll-tax exigible in Celtic times, lxxxvii. n.
REEves, Rev. Dr. Wm., his works quoted, ci. civ. cvii. cxv. cxxi.
Refection, right of, in Ireland, xciv.; origin of, ci, n.
Rents mostly payable in kind, lxxxvii.