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A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 4, the City of Oxford
Markets and Fairs MARKETS AND FAIRS MARKETS. Oxford market was first ... of St. Aldates Street were sellers of dishes and scullery ware, ... a Wednesday market and three fairs on...
A History of the County of York: the City of York
Luke's was known as the 'Dish Fair', with small wares being sold ... Guilds, markets and fairs GUILDS Craft Guilds About 80 crafts ... AND FAIRS It seems likely that most of the...
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 14, Bampton Hundred (Part Two)
Witney borough Economic history: markets and fairs MARKETS AND FAIRS Witney had a weekly market and two annual fairs from the early 13th ... market and fair income declined or...
A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 2
of fair water and a dish by it for them to wash their hands. ... and a coverlet; also a brass pot of two gallons, a brass pan and pewter dish ... of potage in his dish, and...
Magna Britannia: Volume 4, Cumberland
of a market at Melmerby on Wednesday, and a fair for three days at the festival ... on Wednesday, and a fair for three days at the festival of the Holy Trinity, ... to be held on Saturday 9 to Richard de Lucy,...
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Westmorland
and with a band of engraved ornament on the bowl, also a pewter dish and flagon. ... have exposed ceiling-beams. ConditionGood or fairly good. b(5). Kilnstones,
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire
and cover-paten of late 16th-century date without date-letter, and a pewter dish ... chancel good, of nave, fair. Ripton, see Abbots Ripton and Kings Ripton.
Old and New London: Volume 3
on the ThamesFrost Fair in 1683Rhyming Description of "Blanket Fair."Evelyn's Account ... and its surface has been made the scene of frost-fairs. To mention a few instances: ... and trades upon...
The Later Records Relating To North Westmorland Or the Barony of Appleby
the Scots were plundering Penrith Fair it is said that they" had small cause ... local epidemic of which we have a fairly full record is the one ... than in the actual towns. Nicolson and Burn say that at this...