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Definition of Tolbooth

Tolbooth
Tolbooth Tol"booth`, n. See Tollbooth.

Meaning of Tolbooth from wikipedia

- A tolbooth or town house was the main muni****l building of a Scottish burgh, from medieval times until the 19th century. The tolbooth usually provided...
- Canongate Tolbooth is a historic landmark of the Old Town area of Edinburgh, built in 1591 as a tolbooth, that is, the centre of administration and justice...
- The Old Tolbooth was an important muni****l building in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland for more than 400 years. The medieval structure, which was located...
- The Stonehaven Tolbooth is a late 16th-century stone building originally used as a courthouse and a prison in the town of Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland...
- The Tolbooth in Aberdeen, Scotland is a 17th-century former jail which is now operated as a museum. It was built between 1616 and 1629 and is attached...
- Tollbooth or tolbooth may refer to: Tolbooth, a traditional Scottish 'town hall' for the administration of burghs, usually providing a council meeting...
- Buchanan Street. Its most recognisable features are the Tolbooth Steeple, part of the 17th century tolbooth, and the mercat cross replica commissioned in 1929...
- Mary's royal arms from the Tolbooth in Leith (1565), now in South Leith Parish Church...
- Highland Tolbooth St John's Church. The congregation had been notable for holding services in Gaelic as well as English. In 1979 the Tolbooth congregation...
- them to the castellated gateway he built at Abbotsford House. The old Tolbooth museum in Sanquhar in the Nith valley has jougs attached to the wall just...
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