Market-day sentence example

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  • The market day is still Friday.
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  • The other fair has been discontinued, and the market day has been changed to Wednesday.
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  • No early grant of a market can be found, but in 1792 the market-day was Wednesday.
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  • The market day is still Saturday, but the fairs are discontinued.
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  • The market day has been transferred to Friday, but the May and October fairs are continued.
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  • Saturday was market day in 1792; a corn market is now held on Saturday, a cattle market on Thursday and Saturday.
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  • A market every Thursday was granted by Stephen and confirmed by Henry III.; Friday is now market day.
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  • Farnham was early a market of importance, and in 1216 a royal grant changed the market day from Sunday to Thursday in each week.
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  • Wednesday is still the market day.
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  • A Saturday market was held under the grant of 1562, but in the 19th century the market day was changed to Tuesday.
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  • A market was held by the abbey by a grant of Henry I.; Friday is now market day.
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  • The market day was altered to Tuesday in 1662, and Sir William Fenwick, then lord of the manor, received a grant of a cattle market on the Tuesday after the feast of St Cuthbert in March and every Tuesday fortnight until the feast of St Martin.
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  • Thursday is still the market-day, and cattle-fairs are now held on the 21st of April and the Iith of December.
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  • The market was held time out of mind on Sunday until the reign of Henry VI., who changed the day to Saturday, still the market day.
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  • Cromwell in 1655 changed the market day from Monday to Tuesday.
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  • The market day every other Monday is noted for the sale of cheese.
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  • The present market day is Wednesday, for stock, and a cattle fair is held on the 11th of October.
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  • In 1202-1203 the market day was changed from Sunday to Monday, but in 1214 was transferred to Wednesday, and has not since been changed.
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  • He also altered the market-day from Sunday to Wednesday, and gave licence for the fairs, which had been held " from time immemorial " on the feasts of SS.
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  • I mean John Howard once said, or said with respect to this election, you can't fatten the pig on market day.
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  • He is almost smothered by the throng on market day.
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  • The whipping post was usually used on market day to bring the people into town.
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  • A Market Day fundraiser could the ideal way to help raise funds for your school or favorite nonprofit organization.
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  • Taste of Market Day: This program is designed to offer samplings of popular Market Day foods in a single purchase.
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  • Up to the beginning of the r9th century the market day was Monday, but the customary Saturday market gradually superseded this old chartered market.
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