In February, 1658, two women and a man were in the tolbooth at Edinburgh, imprisoned on the charge of witchcraft.
However, he got Archer and five small children to Kirkaldy tolbooth.
He lost all his wealth by heavy fines, and, after imprisonment in the Castle and in the tolbooth, died in 1648.
That tumult was now transferred from the inside to the outside of the tolbooth.
This was the site of the tolbooth, the Heart of Midlothian, a place old in story and name-father to a noble book.
So waiting the arrival and the day of my doom, I continued to abide in the tolbooth.
Ian Rullock, after lying two months in the tolbooth, has escaped.
He was placed in the tolbooth, but released by Lindsay, the keeper of the prison.
But it's no sae strong as thae that I hae seen in the tolbooth at Edinburgh.
All were out and around the tolbooth waiting for the upshot of the choosing the delegate.