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Yorkshire fairs and markets to the end of the eighteenth century.

K. L. McCutcheon

Yorkshire fairs and markets to the end of the eighteenth century.

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Published by [s.n.] in Leeds .
Written in English


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SeriesThoresby Society publications -- 39
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Open LibraryOL13943367M


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Leeds, Thoresby Society, Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. The fish markets were apparently removed from Foss and Ouse bridges in the late 18th century: fish was sold in Pavement, near All Saints' Church, afterand in Thursday Market at about the same time; in it was sold in both market-places.

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In the 18th century, coining was a treasonable offence, punishable by death. But in the s and s, a decline in the textile trade prompted hundreds of Yorkshire people from rural communities to risk the gallows by counterfeiting British and Spanish coins.

Wakefield’s market moved in the mid th century from its traditional space to the west of the parish church, to its present site, complete with Market Hall. The first newspaper in Wakefield was published in The Wakefield Express began in In John Watson’s, The Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanack, Dublinthe two fairs of Clonroad are listed among the principal fairs of Ireland and indeed Clonroad Fairs were advertised in all the Dublin directories until the end of the eighteenth century.

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Free car parking. 'trade free up to 9am'. Exit 32 M1, Exit 3&4 M Open: am - pm. Admission: £4, OAPs/Children £, Us Free. Read more. MARKETS AND FAIRS MARKETS.

Oxford market was first mentioned in the mid 12th century, but probably dated from at least c. when the town was fortified.

By it was held twice weekly, presumably, as in the early 14th century, on Wednesdays and Saturdays with an extra market on Sundays in harvest. 01 Antique & Collector's Fair at Driffield Showground.

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It comprises four broad belts each stretching from north to south: the high Pennine moorlands in the west, dissected by the Yorkshire Dales; the central lowlands—including the Vale of York—draining into the River Humber. For the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries the most complete inventory of markets and fairs is to be found in a parliamentary report of This report records the name of each market and fair by location and county.

It specifies the date of the patent or license. Fairs and markets were for socialising as well as trading. Pubs, reading rooms, village halls and maypoles are more reminders of past recreation.

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