Some articles on market, weekly market, weekly:
... A market may have existed in Croydon as early as the Anglo-Saxon period, but the earliest certain evidence is from 1236-7, when an isolated account roll refers to stallage fees ... A market charter was granted to the town by Robert Kilwardby, Archbishop of Canterbury, in 1276 and further charters were granted in 1314 by Archbishop Walter Reynolds, and (probably) in c.1343 by ... A building on the east side was bought for use as a market house (mainly for corn-trading) in 1566, and was succeeded by another cornmarket nearby in 1609 ...
... Sundarnagar village under Mulchera tehsil, has got small market for vegetables, groceries, clothes and home appliances ... villagers around Sundarnagar, use to get goods from Sundarnagar market ... However, in almost each villages, there is weekly market, (local HAAT), that is, all merchandisers come to sell their goods to that market in weekly once ...
Famous quotes containing the words market and/or weekly:
“Forbede us thing, and that desiren we;
Preesse on us faste, and thanne wol we flee.
With daunger oute we al oure chaffare:
Greet prees at market maketh dere ware,
And too greet chepe is holden at litel pris.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)
“Vanityhas brought more virtues to an untimely end than any other vice.”
—Anonymous, U.S. womens magazine contributor. Weekly Visitor or Ladies Miscellany, p. 211 (April 1803)