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  GENERAL INDEX.
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  Braedownie, Hill of, 281.
  Braeminzeon, Lindsays of, 282.
  Braidcairn, Height of, 92.
  Brako, Lands of, 249.
  Branny Biver, 95.
  Brechin : Cathedral, 105, 226, 262, 268 ;
  Spire of, 105 ; Bishops of, 191, 284,
  251, 218, 226, 322 ; Grange of, at
  Farnell, 197 ; Maisondien of, 115 ;
  Castle Defended, 119 ; City of, 227 ;
  Hauch of Inch, 249 ; Riot of Citizens
  with Coll ace of Balnamoon, 251 ;
  Findowrie's Lodging in, burned, 337 ;
  Battle, 147, 195; Battlefield, 149,
  269; Muir of, 191, 251 ; Village of
  Little B., 191.
  David de, 24, 80 ; his Execution,
  115; and Navar, Lords of, 115, 122.
  Lindsays, Hereditary Blacksmiths
  of, 269 ; Sir John L. of, 269.
  Breidin's Bav, 316.
  Brichty, Lands of, 134, 185, 187, 310.
  Bricius, "Judex" of Angus, 216.
  Bride's Bed, 95.
  Brigton, Death of Miss Douglas of, 98.
  Broadlands, Lands of, 312.
  Brochdarg, a famous Prophet, 127.
  Broughty Castle, 152, 309-10.
  Brown, Mr. (Epis. Minister of Glenesk),
  and his Son, 65.
  Brownie, or Ghaist of Feme, 203-8.
  Bruce and Comyn in Glenesk, 80.
  Bruce, Margt. of Morphic, 322.
  Buchan, Comyn, Earl of, and his Grant
  to Arbroath from Finhaven, 139 ;
  Stuart, Earl of, 273 ; Mrs. of St.
  Kilda, Relieved, 220.
  Burn, The, 92 ; Description of, 101.
  Burnet of Leys, 200, 299.
  Buttergill (Burghill), 269.
  Cairn, Lands of, 270.
  Calder, Bravery of Young, at Finh., 147.
  Caldhame, Arbuthnott of, 253.
  Canterland, 322. See Lindsay of.
  Calletar burn, 126 ; Tradition of, 127.
  Cambestown, 308 ; Story of Cross, 307-8.
  Carbudclo, Church and Lands of, 298.
  Carcary, Lands of (Little), 195.
  Cardinal Virtues at Edzell, 332.
  Careston, Dempster of, 191, 231 ; Name
  of, 216 ; Erection of Parish, 217 ;
  Burial Vault, 218 ; Kirk Session,
  220 ; Clergymen of, 218, et Errata ;
  Description of Castle, 234.
  Carlochy, 94.
  Carhmg'ie, Lands of, 172, 307-8.
  Carnegie, Lands of, 194.
  of that Ilk, 194-95 ; of Kinnaird,
  Genealogy of, 192-200, 270. See
  Southesk, Earl of..
  Carnegie of Pitarrow, 192, 250 ; Curious
  Letter by Sir David of, concerning
  wine and brandy, 335.
  Careston and Balnamoon, Family
  of, 253-54.
  Finhaven, 160-1 ; his Murder of
  Earl of Strathmore, 162 ; Barbara,
  Lady Douglas, 163 ; of Cookston and
  Craigo, 163 ; of Guthrie, 295.
  Carneskcorn, Birks of, 100.
  Carsgownie, Lands of, 139.
  Cattanach, Jean, Epitaph on, 69.
  Cateran, Ravages of the, in Glenesk, 79 ;
  at Craigendowie, 130 ; at Feme, 185,
  209-14.
  Caterthun, Forts of, 263; Traditions of,
  265 ; noticed, 122-23.
  Celestial Deities at Edzell, 330.
  Chalmers, Pat., Esq., of Aldbar, 173,
  250, 258, 295, 297, 335, 344.
  Charles II. in Clova, 281.
  Clochie, 105 ; Chapel Burned, 106.
  Claleck, Lands of, 116.
  Clova, 67, 126 ; Gifted to E. of Crawford,
  279 ; to Young Ogilvy of Inverqu-
  harity ; Feud betwixt Clova and
  Inverquharity ; Indenture of Agree-
  ment, 280 ; Kirk, and Union of Cor-
  tachy, 281 ; Castle, or Peel of, 281.
  Cluny Castle, 286.
  Cobb's Heugh, Story of, 125.
  Coins of Mary and James, 90.
  Cookstone, Carnegie of, 164 ; Lands of,
  195, 245 ; Blair of, 62 ; Doig of, 199.
  Collace of Balnamoon, 147; Lands Harried,
  150, 225 ; Burial Place, 244 ; Family
  of, 251 ; Riots with Citizens of Bre-
  chin, 251 ; Fall of the family, 252 ;
  Patrick "beddell," 252.
  Colliston, Guthries, Baronets of, 297,
  Colmeallie Circle, 87 — figured in Map.
  Colluthie, Lands of, 195.
  Conon, Lands of, 305.
  Conquharc, Earl of Angus, 21.
  Conveth. See Laurencekirk.
  Coortford Bridge, 186.
  Corb Castle, 285.
  Cortachy, Lands of, 114.
  Covenant, Notices regarding the, 8, 42,
  237-40, 242-43, 250, 272.
  Cowie, Thane and Chapel of, 318.
  Craig, Carnegie of, 196, 253.
  Craigendowie, Traditions of, 124 ; the
  Cateran at, 130.
  Craigie, Guthrie of, 297.
  Craigo, Dean Carnegy of, 164, 284 ; his
  Epitaph, 332.
  Craigmaskeldie, Height of, 92.
  Cramond of Aldbar, 194, 257 ; Jas., Vicar
  of Feme, 180.
  Crathilinthus, Earl of the Mearns, 21.

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