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fioece, Hector, 235.
Bohun, Henry de, 152.
Book of Deer, 25.
Bothwell, Lord, 224.
Bower, Walter, 183.
Boyds of Kilmarnock, 221.
Bretagne, John de, 139.
Breviary of Aberdeen, 232.
Bruce, Edward, 147, 150, 161.

Nigel, 144.

Brunston, Laird of, 263, 266.
Bras, the, 182.
Buchan, Countess of, 143.
Buildings at Iona, 22, 23.
Burgesses, first appearance of, in

Parliament, 198.
Burghs, 97, 113, 114.

Caledonii, first mention of, 4.

Cambuskenneth, Augustinian
Monastery of, 78.

Can, 59.

Candida Casa, 8, 15.

Canons enacted at Provincial
Councils, 277-280.

Cardinal David Beaton, 256,
261, 266, 267.

Walter Wardlaw, 182.

Cassilis, Earl of, 257, 263, 266,
290.

Cassiterides, 3.

Castrum Puellarum, 14.

Catechism of Archbishop Hamil-
ton 279.

Cathedral of Aberdeen, 180.

Dornoch, 115.

Dunblane, 117.

Elgin, 184.

Glasgow, 107.

Kirkwall, 54.

Lismore, 107.

St Andrews, 101, 107,

169.

Chalice of Iona, 22.

Chamberlain, office of, 58.

Chancellor, office of, 58.

Chapter of Mitton, 167.

Chapter-room, 82.

Charter, introduction of, 97.

Chepman, Walter, 232.

Chevy Chase, see Battle of Otter-
burn.

Chilrimont, 53.

Chivalry, 61.

Christ's Kirk on the Green,
194.

Clan battle on the North Inch
of Perth, 185.

Cloisters, 84.

Coal, first mention of, 112.

Cochran, 222.

Coldingham, Benedictine Mon-
astery of, 78.

Nunnery of, 79.

Coldstream, Cistercian Monas-
tery of, 102.

College, Baliol, 181.

College of Justice, 246.

—— St . Leonard, 231.

St. Mary, 234.

St . Salvator, 216.

Collegiate Churches, 181.

Compendious Tractive of Wyn-
ton, 282.

Competitors for the Crown in
1290, 124.

Confession of Faith, 290.

Congregation, the, 275.

Conservator of Statutes, 115.

Constable, office of, 58.

Coronation of Alexander IIL,
118.

David II., 174.

James v., 229.

Mary, 257.

Robert t, 143.

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Forrest, Henry, 252.

Forteviot, 14.

French element in Scotland,

250. visitors, 179, 230.

Galgacus, 4.
Game Laws, 202.
Garden of St. David, 95.

monastic, 84.

Glencairn, Earl of, 257, 263,

266, 275, 285, 286.
Glenluce, Cistercian Monastery

of, 109.
Gold found in Scotland, 113.
Golden Rose, 106.
Golf, 214.
Good Lord James Douglas, 145.

Queen Maud, 91.

Gourlay, Norman, 252.
Grange, monastic, 84.
Gryth, privilege of, 60.
Guest Hall, monastic, 83.
Guilds, 202.

Haco, Jarl, 53.
Haddington, Cistercian Monas-
tery of, 102.
Hamilton, Patrick, 240.
Harlaw, William, 273.
Hebrides, 23, 119.
Heraldry, 103.
Hertford, Earl of, 258.
History of the ancient period,

58-

Holmcultram, CistercIan Monas-
tery of, 79.

Holyrood, Augustinian Monas-
tery of, 78.

Holywcod, Premonstratensian
Monastery of, 78.

Homes and Hepburns, 225.

Hommil, 222.

Hotspur, Harry, 179.
Hunting, 96, 114.

Iceland, 23.

Illumination, art of, 25, 47,

83. 233.

Inchaffray, Augustinian Monas-
tery of, 109.

Inchcolm, Augustinian Monas-
tery of, 74, 77.

Indulgences, abuse of, 170, 237.

Ingibiorg, 70.

Interdict, sentence of, 105.

Iona, Columban Monastery of,
20-27, 37. 48.

Benedictine Nunnery of,

no.

Royal Sepulchre at, 49.

——. Tyronensian Monastery of,
no.

Ireland, early communications
with, 9.

Isle of Man, 119.

Isle of May, Augustinian Monas-
tery of, 78.

Isles, Lord of the, 190, 204, 227.'

Jedburgh, Augustinian Monas-
tery of, 78.
Joceline, Brother, 18.

Kelso, Tyronensian Monastery
of, 79.

Kennedy, Quintin, 277.

Kilwinning, Tyronensian Mon-
astery of, 109.

King Aidan, 31.

Alexander I., 72-75.

Alexander 11., 1n-n7.

Alexander III., 118-121.

Aodh, 51.

Conall, 21.

Constantine I., 50.

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