Cornhill was apparently the only market allowed to be held after noon in the 14th century. Stow reports Cornhill holding a corn-market (not surprisingly) but also old clothes being sold there.
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Cornhill the only market allowed to be held after noon in the 14th century.
Banker and politician, grandson of the bank founder Sir Francis. Born Lee, near Lewisham, Kent. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition, 1851. Died at Fontmell Lodge, Bournemouth.
Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration
Merchant and politician. Born in Manchester. Along with Robert Milligan, he was the driving force behind the creation of the West India Docks. MP for Seaford from 1806 to 1812. Helped found the Roy...
Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration, Race Issues
A family owned company with a tradition in professional horticulture. The largest grower of trees (both field and container grown), in the UK and one of the largest in Europe.
Group, Commerce, Medicine
Founded by T. Walton. See his page for more details about the shops. Our picture was generously offered to us by Monika Roleff who tells us: "This paper bag is part of the collection of ephemera o...
Group, Commerce, Food & Drink