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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Markets and Fairs

    In 1428 the university ordered its officers to resist the mayor and bailiffs in taking toll, stallage, or other 'illegal exaction'. T he stallage then was 1 d . a day for a standing and 2 d . a day

    The borough of Warwick Economic and social history to 1545

    1298 tolls were worth £20 and stallage £1 10 s .; 37 and in 1315 -16 tolls and stallage were together worth £21 4 s . 38 In the early 1320s tolls and stallage actually yielded about £19, though the

    Woodstock Economic history

    again accounting directly for stallage, the corporation set rates ranging from 1 s . for braziers to 1 d . for seedsmen but in 1680 all stalls were charged 2 d . 61 In 1684 stallage was let for £8

    Index

    , burning at, 97 Staley : Jas., 70 John, 70 Thos., 70 Staley & Co. , 70 Stallage , see piccage and stallage Stallwood , S. Slingsley, 153 Stanbridge , John, 7 Stanier : Francis, Vicar of Cropredy , 170,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Sale of the Advowson of the Church of Tetbury, in the County of Gloucester, and for applying the Money arising by such Sale, for rebuilding the said Church., 11 June 1739

    Markets and Fairs to be holden, and all that to a Court of Pipowders appertaineth; and alfo all Tolls, Pickage, Stallage, Weights, Fines, Amerciaments, Li- beities and free Cuftoms, to the faid Markets and Fairs belonging or appertaining, or therewith Subscribers-only content

    6 November 1691, 6 November 1691

    afide, and the Decree fo " expounded and enforced, that the Petitioners may " have the Benefit of Piccage and Stallage, and of their " Pens and Hurdles to be placed on their Lands, as '* formerly, and the Defendants Subscribers-only content

    25 July 1812, 25 July 1812

    Fairs " and Markets, there to be and ufed to be held, and to ** take, receive and have Pickage, Stallage, Tolls and " Profits appertaining, happening, belonging or arifing " out of the Fairs or Markets there, to fuch Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1819, 9 March 1819

    in the County of Lancaster, 11 and of certain Tolls and Stallage now payable in " the Markets and Fairs there, and for granting other " Tolls and Stallage in lieu thereof; and for the " better Regulation of the Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1819, 10 March 1819

    Bill. " Ingates and Outgates, collected at the several " Entrances into the Town of Liverpool, in the " County of Lancaster, and of certain Tolls and w Stallage now payable in the Markets and Fairs G g " there, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. ... Ryton Bridge. LUDLOW HOUNDS.-At half-past Tea. This dlay .... Dec. 19 .......... Cookeridge Coppice. eonday. ,, 22 ... Stallage. Wednesday .. 21 ... Little Hereford Toll Ca a. Saturday ...... 27 .......... Stanton lacey. THE SHROPSHIRE HOUNDS.-At half-vest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and etzck; a Swaighter-house, wth all b necesesry ftsrres. a three-stall Stable with large loft, a Nag Stable, Harness Room, Stallage for fon'r cows. a owy and Straf Shed. two :t, Zhggere, and a large enclosed Yaerd with b patont Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the VILsllable MIANOIR, I5T es-extensive with the Towshvslip, rith Comurts lirsesi ansi . Leet, Quit Rertrs, Tolls of Paths, the Stallage aund 11icengeL of tisc Miarketis, Rentts eind 5rolitit osf the Slsattbles, an II all rither.1tightti, Melcnbere, aind Alplsurteriastict; together Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tqwn. lso the v:l,,able MANOlI, co-extensive with the ownsehip, with Courts Daron and Lect, Puit Rents, Tolls of Fares, the Stallage and Piccage of the Marlkets, Rents and Profits of the Shambles, and all other Rights, Membeias, and ,Appurtenaemce;. together Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Town. Also the valuable INIANOIO, at co-extensivewith the Town~iship, orlththleCouirts Baroni and ,D Lect, Quit Eenits, Tolls of Fares, the Stallage and Pie- c; steof h Mark-ets, Rents, cmii Profits of the Shamblcs, of and all otiter Rights, lileicbers, and Subscribers-only content

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