- Title Pages
- Foreword to the History of the United Incorporations of St Mary’s Chapel of Edinburgh
1Headship and Inclusion
2Family, Household and Obligation
3Craft and Kirk: Security, Status and Shelter
4Craft and Burgh: Conflict or Partnership?
Appendix 1:Seals of Cause
Appendix 2:Mill’s Partial Transcription of the 1517 Letter from the Archbishop of St Andrews
Appendix 3:1527–8 Ratification of Seal of Cause by James V
Appendix 4:1532 Order of Crafts in Processions
Appendix 5:Documents Relating to Foundation of Mary’s Chapel, 1505–6
Appendix 6:Excerpts from Inventory of Writs Relating to 1601 Purchase of St Mary’s Chapel, Niddry’s Wynd
Appendix 7:1633 Ratification of Seal of Cause
Appendix 8:Record of the 1703 Court of Session Decreet Arbitral from the Edinburgh Council Records
Appendix 9:1718–21 Chimney Piece Debate
Appendix 10:Unfreemen Declared Able to Join the Incorporation in 1790
Appendix 11:Responses to the Questions from the Royal Commission on Municipal Corporations
Appendix 12:Burgh Trading Act 1846
- Index of Subjects
- Index of Places
- Building Early Modern Edinburgh
H. Bruce Field
- Edinburgh University Press
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