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Lordship of Paisley, The: being the Accompt of Charge and Discharge for the Years 1757, 1758, 1759, and 1760.

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Abbey and the Reformers, lvii
Abbey Church, choir of, lviii, lxi;
Abbey Church, finial crosses on, lviii
Abbey Church, galleries in, lviii
Abbey Church, nave of, lviii
Abbey Church, restoration of, lix, lx, lxi
Abbey Close, lii, lx n.
Abbey, Paisley, gateway, xxv
Abbey gardens, 8, 11
Abbey gardens, part of, 11
Abbey house, 11, 42, 46, 49
Abbey houses, 51
Abbey, the house and houses, lvi
Abbey, repairing of, 39
Abbey Kirk, repairs to, lvii
Abbey Place, alterations at, l, liii
Abbey of Paisley, Rental Book of, xvii
Abbey pulpit covered with black, 54
Abbey, Paisley, forehouse of, li
Abbey, part of, 11
Abbot George Shaw, xxv
Abbot Thomas Tervas, xxv
Abercorn, barony of, xiii
Abercorn, James, eighth Earl of, xlvii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, acquires property in Ireland, xiv
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, dies at Monkton, March 13, 1618, and is buried in St Mirin's Chapel, Paisley, xiv
Abercorn, James, second Earl, xv
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, appointed to the Privy Council, xiii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, created Earl of Abercorn, xiii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, for the trial of minister concerned in holding a General Assembly at Aberdeen, 1605, xiii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, Lord Abercorn, xiii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, a Commissioner to treat of Union with England, xiii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, receives James VI in the large hall at Paisley, xii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, sheriff of Linlithgow, xiii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, sits in various Assemblies of the Church, xiii
Abercorn, James, first Earl of, takes Muir of Auchendrane prisoner, xiv
Abercorn, James, second Earl created Lord Hamilton, Baron of Strabane, xv
Abercorn, James, second Earl is proceeded against by the Presbytery of Paisley as a Catholic, xv
Abercorn, James, second Earl receives land in Ireland, xv
Abercorn, James, second Earl the case transferred to Edinburgh, xv
Abercorn, James, second Earl, he and his Countess excommunicated and exiled, xv
Abercorn, James, second Earl, his relations with Town Council of Paisley, xv
Abercorn, James, second Earl, sells the Lordship of Paisley, xvi
Aberdeen, General Assembly at, 1605, xiii
Aiker daills of Paisley, xliv, xlv
Amount of debts due by the Earl, 75
Amount of legal and public burdens, 75
Amount of rental of feu-duties for cropts 1757-60 after deductions, 74
Amount of rental, 1757-60, 74
Amount of reparations, deductions, etc., 75
Amount paid to cashiers, 75
Amount received for timber, 74
Anderson, William, portioner of Newton, xxx, xxxi
Angus, Archibald Earl of, xxxii, xxxiv
Anne of Denmark, Queen of James VI, visits Paisley, xii
Ardoch in Dumbartonshire, 5, 71
Argyll, Earl of, taken prisoner near Inchinnan, xxii
Arrears of cropt 1756, 74
Arrears of rent, uplifted by James Kibble, 1, 74
Auchinbothieblair, 68
Auchinlodmont, 4, 68
Auction sale at Abbey, liii
Auldhouse, lands of, xxxix
Avenue, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,57
Bakehouse, the, xxvii
Balance due to James Kibble, 23, 74
Banished Lords, xi
Barskiven, 6,7,9,10
Barskiven, expenses anent subtack, 35, 36
Beaton, James, Archbishop of Glasgow, xviii
Benstoun, 28, 32
Birlymen, 46
Blackland, 23, 31
Blackstoun, 58
Blair, Alexander, of that ilk, xix
Bleachfields, the, 48, 49
Boog, Dr., lix
Boyd, John, of Trochrig, li
Boyd, Marion, Countess of Abercorn, xiv, xv
Bowling green, 11, 62
Brabloch, 23, 24, 31
Bredieland, 68
Brewery, 43
Bridge of Paisley, xliv
Bririefauld, 7,8, 9
Broomholm, 6, 8, 9
Bughthills, 6, 8, 9, 10
Burnbrae, 27
Burdens, legal and public, 1758-60, 34
Bursaries, Dundonald, 19
Cachepool, Caitchpoole, xxxvi, xlviii, li
Calsiend of Seedhill, xliv
Candrens, 6, 7, 9, 10
Carmunnoch, Kirkland of, 26
Carriagehill, 25, 27, 32, 69, 71
Carriagehill, part of, 23, 31
Castlepark of Dundonald, 28, 71
Cavin hill, 62
Charters under the Great Seal, xxvii
Clayfaulds, 6, 8, 9
Cleland, George, xxviii
Clock in the Abbey, a, 57
Close, the, 40, 4.1, 62
Clydesdale, Marquess of, xxiii
Cash payments, 33
Cash uplifted from sundrys for part of timber, etc., 18
Coach house, 11
Cochrane, (Blair) Alexander, xix
Cochrane, (Coweran, Coughran)
Cochrane, Alan, xvii
Cochrane, Alexander, xix
Cochrane, barony of Easter, xviii
Cochrane Castle, xviii, xix
Cochrane, five merkland of, xvi
Cochrane, mains of, xxviii
Cochrane, Nether, xvii
Cochrane, Place, xvii, 66
Cochrane, barony of, xvi
Cochrane, Cosmus, xvi
Cochrane, James, xvii
Cochrane, John, son of John, xviii
Cochrane, John, xvi
Cochrane, John, xvii
Cochrane, John, xvii
Cochrane, Robert, xvi
Cochrane, Robert, xvii
Cochrane, Sir John, xviii
Cochrane, Waldeve,xvi
Cochrane, William Lord predeceased his father, August 25, 1679
Cochrane, William Lord, eldest son of first Earl of Dundonald, educated at Glasgow University, xxi
Cochrane, William Lord, made a Privy Councillor, xxi
Cochrane, William Lord, protests against quartering of Highland Host in the West of Scotland, xxi
Cochrane, William, xvi
Cochrane, William, xviii
Cochrane, William, xviii
Commission of General Assembly, xv
Conventual buildings, xlix
Cornehouse, the, xxvi
Corseflatt, 25
Corseflatt, Easter, 5, 28, 27, 32, 68, 70
Corseflatt, Wester, 5, 24, 27, 69
Cowden, barony of, xix
Craig, Seedhill, 51
Croft, 11
Croftpark, 6, 8, 9, 10
Cunninghairfauld, 7, 8, 9
Damhead, 19
Darskeith, wood of, xxxix
Debts due to Lord Dundonald and uplifted by James Kibble, 22
Debts due to the Earl, 74
Dining room, large, 11
Discharge, James Kibble's, 33
Doors, building of, in the Abbey, 51
Dormitory of S. Mirin's Chapel, 49
Dovecote house, the, 42, 50
Dovecote, 8
Dovecotre park, 10
Drains, 42
Drinks, morning, 51
Drumgrain, 25, 32, 69
Drumgrain, Neilstonside of, 69
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of created Lord Dundonald, 1647, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of died 1685, xxi
Dundonald, John, second Earl of, succeeds his grandfather, August 25, 1679, xxi
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of fined 6,000 by Cromwell, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of made Earl of Dundonald, May 12, 1669, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of purchases the Lordship and barony of Paisley, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of sits in Parliament for Ayrshire, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of, acquires lands of Dundonald, 1638, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of, Chamberlain to the Duke of Lennox, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of, educated at Paisley and Glasgow, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of, founds Dundonald bursaries at Glasgow, xix
Dundonald, Alexander, first Earl of, Sheriff, Deputy of Renfrewshire, xix
Dundonald, John, fourth Earl of, his marriages and children, xxiii
Dundonald, William, fifth Earl of, xxiii
Dundonald, Thomas, sixth Earl of, xxiii
Dundonald, John, fourth Earl of, is elected a Representative Peer, xxiii
Dundonald, John, second Earl of, becomes captain of a troop of horse, xxii
Dundonald, William, third Earl of, xxii
Dundonald, John, fourth Earl of, xxii
Dundonald, John, fourth Earl of educated at Glasgow, vote in election of Representative Peers not allowed, xxii
Dundonald, John, second Earl of, educated at Glasgow, xxii
Dundonald, John, second Earl of, made a Commissioner of Supply, xxii
Dundonald, John, second Earl of, obtains charter of confirmation, xxii
Dundonald, John, second Earl of, takes the Earl of Argyll prisoner, xxii
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, destroys main gateway to Abbey and part of the enclosing wall, xxv
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, offers for sale building material taken from garden walls and houses of Abbey, xxv
Dundonald, Thomas, eighth Earl of, grandson of Sir John Cochrane of Ochiltree, succeeds 1758, xxv
Dundonald, Thomas, eighth Earl of, enters army, xxv
Dundonald, Thomas, eighth Earl of, Member of Parliament for Renfrewshire, 1722, xxv
Dundonald, Thomas, eighth Earl of, is present in Edinburgh during rising of 1745, xxv
Dundonald, Thomas, eighth Earl of his deposition at the trial of Lord Provost Stuart, xxv
Dundonald, Thomas, eighth Earl of, acquires La Mancha in Peeblesshire, xxv
Dundonald, Thomas, eighth Earl of, removes to La Mancha in Peeblesshire, xxvi
Dunlop of that ilk, 69
Dunnalonge, 14
Dykebuilders, 59, 60
Dykeneuch, 6, 7, 9, 10
Dykes and ditches inspected, 58
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, feued part of Laighparks, and other parts of Abbey lands, xxiv
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, is a captain in the Scots Hollanders, xxiv
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, is the Earl William .of the Accompts, xxiv
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, joins 17th Foot soldiers, xxiv
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, killed at Louisberg, Cape Breton Island, July 9,1758, xxiv
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, visits Edinburgh during stay there of Prince Charles Edward, but does not join him, xxiv
Dundonald, William, seventh Earl of, xxiv;
Earl William, 30
Earl's, the, dehts paid, 65
Eleistoun, xxix
Expense of building in Abbey Close, 37,75
Expense of building Park dyke, 34, 75
Expense of building Seedhill Mills, 36, 75
Expense of digging roots from the Fir Parks, 42, 75
Expense of law affairs, 66, 75
Expense of management, 67, 75
Expense of purchasing subtack of Barskivan , etc., 31;, 75
Factor's fee, 67
Ferguslie, xxxix, 4, 25
Feu duties, cropt 1757, for land feued out by Earl William, 27
Feu duties, deductions from, 31
Feu duties, list of, given up by James Kibble as still outstanding, 68
Feu duties, rental of, cropt 1757, 23
Feu duties, continued. 25. 26
Feu duties, 1756, abstract of rental, 80
Firr, 11
Firr Inclosure (or Bank), 7, 8, 9
Fish ponds, lx, n.
Fleshers, Incorporation of, 22
Feu duties, other feu duties, 1757, 28
Foalhouse, 12
Gallowhill, 27, 32, 70
Gallowhill, Nether, 24 81
Garden dyke, the, 46
Gateflat, 3, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31, 69
Gilmourstoun, 6, 7 10
Glasgow, road to, from Paisley, xlv, n.
Glasgow, tenements in, 26, 81
Glasgow, the Old Bank, 65
Glasgow, University of, xix, xx, xxii
Glass in the Abbey house, 51
Glass in the hall, 19
Glencairn, Earl of, xxxix
Graham, John, of Claverhouse, his marriage with .the grand-daughter of the first Earl of Dundonald, xxi
Grains, 26 69
Green for drying clothes. 68
Greenlaw, 8, 23, 25, 27, 31,32, 69, 70
Greenlaw, Wester, 24, 31
Haas, 55
Habsland, 28, 32
Hall, the, in the Abbey, 50, 67
Hamilton, Allan, of Ferguslie, xxxix
Hamilton, Archbishop, ii
Hamilton, Duke of, 6
Hamilton, James, Duke of, xxii
Hamilton, Lord Claud, accompanies her to England, x
Hamilton, Lord Claud, appoints James, Master of Paisley, to transact his business, xii
Hamilton, Lord Claud, assists Queen Mary in her flight, x
Hamilton, Lord Claud, at Langside, x
Hamilton, Lord Claud, Commendator of Paisley Abbey, ix
Hamilton, Lord Claud, dies, 1621, xii
Hamilton, Lord Claud, goes to England, xi
Hamilton, Lord Claud, his wife and children, xii
Hamilton, Lord Claud, invested with the temporalities of Paisley Abbey, xii
Hamilton, Lord Claud, is favoured by Elizabeth, xi
Hamilton, Lord Claud, is forfeited again, xi
Hamilton, Lord Claud, is restored again. Xi
Hamilton, Lord Claud, is restored to his possessions, x
Hamilton, Lord Claud, is summoned before the Council, xii;
Hamilton, Lord Claud, joins the banished lords, xi
Hamilton, Lord Claud, made a Lord of Parliament with title of Lord Paisley, xii, 83
Hamilton, Lord Claud, ordered to withdraw to France, xi
Hamilton, Lord Claud, receives Anne of Denmark, consort of James VI, in the large hall of Paisley, xii
Hamilton, Lord Claud, returns to Scotland, xi
Hamilton, Lord Claud, suspected of conspiring to seize Edinburgh, xii
Hamilton, Lord Claud, takes part in the surprise of Stirling, x
Hamilton, Lord Claud, withdraws from politics, xii
Hamilton, Lord, Baron of Strabane, xv
Hamilton, Margaret, xxxix
Hamilton, Sir Claud, of Shawfield, xxxviii
Hamilton, Sir John, of Orbiston, xxxviii, xl
Hamilton, Sir William, of Eleistoun, xxix
Hattlyills, Carmunnoch Kirkland, 26
Havistoun, 10
High Street of Smiddiehills, xliii
Househill, 27, 70
House, silk weaver's, 50
Houston, Sir Ludovic, of Johnstone, xl
Huntlaw, 26, 69
Huntsman, William Manners, 28
Inchinnan, xxii
Incidents, 36, 41, 61, 62, 63, 64
Infeftment, 66
Innerwick, barony of, xxxviii
Innkeeper, James Moodie, 17
James VI creates him Lord Paisley and a peer of Parliament, xii, xiii, xv
James VI restores Lord Claud Hamilton, xi
James VI visits Paisley, x
James VI, and the Lordship of Paisley, ix, 78
Kennedy, Katherine, her marriage with John Graham of Claverhouse, xxi
Kibble, James, lxi
Kiln house and yard in Smithhills, 24
Kirk doors, 36
Kirk lands of Carmunnoch, 26, 69
Kirk lands of Kilcolmonel, 26, 69
Kirk lands of Kilfinan, 26, 70
Kirk lands of Kilkerran, 26, 69
Kirk lands of Neilston, 26, 70
Kirk lands of Rutherglen, 26, 70
Kirk style of Paisley, xliii
Kirkyard, the, 58
Knavesland, 25
Knox, John, lvii
La Mancha, xv, 52
Laigh Parks, timber from the, 50, 51
Laighparks of Paisley, xxiv, li
Langside, battle of, x
Langyard, 6, 8
Lauder of Fountainhall, xxv
Lauderdale, Earl of, xxxix
Law affairs, expenses of, 66
Legerwood, Kirklands of, xxxviii
Lennox, Regent, x
Leslie, Bishop, xxv
Lincliff, Linclive, x, xviii
Lint milne, xlv, n.
Lochwinnoch, Collegiate Church of, xvii
Longbank Inclosure, 8
Looms, silk, in the house in the Close, 52
Longbank, 4, 6, 8
Lordship and barony of Paisley, charters relating to, 77, xxvi, xxviii, xxx, xxxii
Lordship of Paisley, 1758, 7
Lordship of Paisley, lands of the, pledged, feued, sold, alienated, xxvii, xxviii, xxx, xxxii, xxxv, xxxix, xl, xli, xliv
Lordship of Paisley, rent roll of, for the years 1757-60, xlvi
Lordship of Paisley, rental of cropt 1757, 6
Lylesland, 23, 31
Mains (Cochrane), 28, 32
Malt mill, 56
Management, expenses of, 67
Market Cross, 36
Material, building, sale of, li
McGilchrist, W., 1, 67
Meeting between the Earl of Dundonald and Bailies and Town Council of Paisley, 63
Meikleriggs, 27, 32, 68, 71
Meikleriggs, sold to Bredieland, 32
Merksworth, 26, 32, 70
Millhouse, 10, 11
Miscellaneous goods sold in Abbey of Paisley, 15
Monkshaw wood, 6. 8, 9
Monkshaw wood, High, 1
Monkshaw wood, Laigh, 7,8, 9
Morton, Regent, xi
Muir of Auchendrane, xiv
Multure Court, lxi
Multurer, the, of Seedhill mills, 21
Mure, Sir William, of Rowallan, xl
Neilstonside of Drumgrain, 25, 69
Nether Cochrane, xvii
Newton, 26, 70
Ochiltree, Sir John Cochrane of, xxi
Old Bank, Glasgow, the, 65
Pacification of Perth, ii
Paisley, Abbey Church, lvii, lviii;
Paisley, Abbey Church, restorations, lix, lx, lxi
Paisley, Abbey of, buildings in, xlviii;
Paisley, Abbey of, dormitory of, xlviii, xlix
Paisley, Abbey of, garden walls of, xlviii
Paisley, Abbey of, gatehouse of, xlviii
Paisley, Abbey of, rental of, i
Paisley, Bridge of, xxvi
Paisley, Burgh of, sale of, xli
Paisley, Grammar School of, xix
Paisley, Lordship and barony of, erected, I
Paisley, Lordship and barony of, purchase of, xx
Paisley, manorhouse or Place of, xlvii
Paisley, Presbytery of, xv
Paisley, races, xv
Paisley, Town Council of, xv
Paisley, woods about, lv
Paisley, town of, 26
Pavet Land, 2; North, 2; South, 2
Pends, laigh, of the Abbey, 19
Pewlland, 26
Pewlland, North, 25, 26;
Pewlland, South, 26
Pigeon house, 48, 44
Place of Paisley, alterations made thereat by the first Earl of Dundonald, l
Place of Paisley, destruction of its amenities, li, lii, liii
Place of Paisley, xlviii
Playing in Abbey Close prohibited, 53
Priest's chamber, St Mirin's Chapel, xlix
Properties in Lordship of Paisley, sale or alienation, xliii
Ragman Roll, xvi
Reformers, the, and the Abbey of Paisley, lvii
Rent, arrears of, uplifted by James Kibble, 1
Rental 1757 of steddings feued out in January, 1751, 29
Rental of feu duties, abstract of, for year 1756, 30
Rental of Lordship of Paisley, cropt 1757, 6
Rental of Lordship of Paisley, of 1758, 7
Rental of Lordship of Paisley, of 1759, 9
Rental of Lordship of Paisley, of 1760, 10
Rental of tenandry of the Lordship of Paisley, cropt 1759, 9
Rental of tenandry of the Lordship of Paisley, of 1760, 10
Rental, total, of money and victual feu duties for years 1757-60, 33
Reparations, allowances, and other deductions, 44
Riccartsbar Stobs, 26, 70
Riccartsbar, 27,32,71
Riccartsbar, loch of, xxxvi, 80
Robinyard, 6, 7, 9, 10
Ross, Lord, lviii
Rouchbank, 6, 8, 9, 10
Roup of Abbey gardens, etc., 53
Roup, 63, 64, 67
Sale of meal advertised, 54
Sales of timber, lv
Seedhill craig, 51
Seedhill mills, 6, 7, 9, 11,52,54,56, 64, 65
Seedhill mills, expense of building of, 36
Serjand Aiker, xxxix
Sett, the, 4
Shawfield, xxviii
Sheriff Clerk, 66
Sheriff-Substitute, 66
Silk trade weaver, 62
Silk trade weaver's house, 50
Silk trade, liv
Smithhills, xxvi, 3, 4, 5, 24, 25, 27, 70
Sneddon Bridge, 46
St Mirin's Chapel, xii, 48, n.
Stable, 11
Statues, 13
Stirling, surprise of, ii, x
Synod of Clydesdale, 1607, xiii
Tennies, 9,22,61, 65
Tennis court, xxxvi, n.
Thread mills, II, 50, 52, 58
Timber sold, 9, 14
Timber, stealing, 60
Todsholm, 23, 31
Trees in Scotland and around Paisley, lv
Tyking, 46
University of Glasgow, xiv, xix, xxi, xxii
Vassalages, greater, of Paisley, xxvii
Vassalages, less, of Paisley, xxvii
Waldon, Sir Anthony, lv
Walkinshaw, 27, 32, 70
Wallneuk, the, 45, n.
Wardmeadow, 20, 32, 70
Washing house, a, 63
Waterside, 71
Weaver's house, the, 50
Woodside, 25, 32
Wyndhead, Glasgow, 69
Yett, putting up of a, 48
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