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GENERAL INDEX.
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Forbes of Monymusk and Pitsligo, * 442.
See Forijery.
15aw-fiel(l, HI. 277.
Baxter, King's master, I. * 313.
Bayne of Logie, Alex., II. 98 ; III. 252 ;— of
Wester Logie, Alex., 11.484; — of Ttillich,
Dun., yr., I. 200, 204 ; Alex , 353 ; Dun.,
III. 134.
Beads, golden, for K. James V., I. * 301 ; ame-
thyst, * 307 ; pearl, ib., he.
Bean-shavv (bonesbave), charm for, III. 609 and
7iotes.
Bear-leader of England, I. * 118.
Bear-tooth for the Prince, I. * 307.
Beatoun (Betoune. Betliune), Abbot of Abbir-
brothok, Ja., II. 575 ; — of Bailiescraigs, Jo.,
I. * 137 ;— of Balf-ur, Ja., * 136, 60, 191 ;
Da., II., 60 ;— of Capildra, Arch., * 328 ;—
Cardixal, * 310, *318 ; goes to France,
* 323 ; Murder of, * 337 ;— of Creich, Ro.,
* 345; Dav., 60; Ja., 308; Jo., III. 394,
note; — Mr James, aiding English at Broughty,
I. * 345 ; — Lady Buckcleuch, Janet, III.
394 ; of Falay, Jo., 264 ;— of Melgund, Ja.,
L * 136, * 157 ; David, 79 ;— of Westhall,
(alias Belouche), Ro., a declared rebel, 74.
Bedford, Earl of, at K. James VI. baptism,
I. * 479.
Beds, the King's ' Lettacampt' (Lit de camp), I.
* 273 ; price of, at Justice-aires, * 390, &c.
Bedesmen, the King's, I. * 263, &c.
Beef, price of, at Justice-aire, I. * 390.
Beggars, ' Strang and idill,' 1. 303.
Beheading, capital punishment, see Treason, Mur-
der, &c. passim ; — with a sword, I. * 425.
Beill, House of, to be kept against the English,
I. * 280.
Beil-Fyres. (See Bale-fires), I. * 262.
Beirope of that Ilk, Ro., II. 515.
Bek, Jo., Slaughter, II. 523.
Bell, alarm, II. 31 ;— of Alby, Wm., I. * 431 ;—
the Cat. See Angus ; — for Prince's Chapel,
* 306 ;— Wm., hanged for Rape, II. 475.
Bellarmine, Cardinal, answers K. James
VI., II. 570, &c. See Balmerinoch.
Bellenden of Auchnoull, ^Nlr Tho., Justice-Clerk,
I. * 254 ;— of Ewie (Evie), Tho., 377 ; Sir
Pat., III. 82 ; — Maister John, translating of
the ' Cronykill," I. * 274, "*276, * 279 ; < Ti-
tus Leuius,' * 279, * 282 ; — Jo., Slaughter,
III. 497. See Ballenden and Bannatyne.
Belts, I. * 307, &c.
Ben, what. III. 509, note.
Bene, King of, I. * 1 15, * 278 ; Queen of, * 278.
Bernardino, Seignior Don, I. 332.
Berge, .laques de la, a Fleming, robbed betwixt
Edinburgh and Leith, II. 441.
Bernehill, Burning of, I. * 36.
Bertoun of Over Barntoun, Robert, absence from
the Armies of Arran and Angus, the ' King's
Lieutenants,' I. * 237.
Berriedale, Ma.ster of, Jo., 1.368 ; — Lord,
Wm., 368; HI. 231 ; Feuds between E. of
Caithness and E. of Sutherland, ih. ; impri-
soned, Sec, 310. See Caithness and Sinclair.
Berwick, English Herald, I. * 283.
Berwickshire, Inhabitants of, get Remission, I.
* 14 ; Barons fail in their Bond, * 146.
Besieging- house of Summerdaill, I. * 225, (See
Dumbarton, &c.) ; Frendraucht, * 328 ; Cold-
ingham, * 331 ; Lochmaben Castle, * 332 ;
Dumbarton Castle, * 334 ; St Andrews, ib. ;
Langholm, * 338 ; town of Haddington,
*342; Akergill, * 391; house of Penkill,
* 403 ; Wauehtoune, &c. Jo., Leyis beheaded,
8 ; Dupplin, 25 ; Edinburgh, 30 ; House of
Strechin, 65 ; Warriston, 81 ; Kirkhill, 174;
Fedderat, 205 ; King, &c., in Tolbooth of
Edinburgh, II. 29 ; Place of Ashintillie, 63 ;
Auchmedden, and deBowering the Laird of
Vrinoch's daughter, 394 ; Tower of Newbie,
&c., 464.
Besetting the way. See Umbesetting.
Bestiality, Jo. Jak, alias Scott, ' wirreit and
brunt in asches,' II. 491.
Beverage, John, a Dominican Friar, burnt for He-
resy, I. * 210, * 211, &c.
Bewes, Mons., Ambassador, I. * 281, * 283.
Bewlie, Lord, Ja., II. 581, 604. See Hay.
Bible, in English, persons burnt for using. See
Heresy, Reformation, &c.
Bie-skeppis, robbing a garden of, III. 555.
Bier, law of the, Bahr-recht, III. 183, el seq.
Bigamy, I. 110 ; Jo. Guthrie hanged, III. 428;

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