Definition of Stallage. Meaning of Stallage. Synonyms of Stallage

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Definition of Stallage

Stallage
Stallage Stall"age, n. [Cf. OF. estallange, of German origin. See Stall, n. ] 1. (Eng. Law) The right of erecting a stalls in fairs; rent paid for a stall. 2. Dung of cattle or horses, mixed with straw. [Obs.]

Meaning of Stallage from wikipedia

- (- c. 1259) and Margaret de Say (- c. 1243). Richard had the Rights of Stallage of the Market and Fair on St. Swithuns day valued at 40s yearly in Wellow...
- 1415 King Henry V granted the burgesses of Petersfield freedom from toll, stallage, picage, pannage, murage, and pontage throughout the realm of England....
- been extended upon the national plan. The tolls and profits arising from stallage in the market and fairs were granted by Queen Elizabeth to the poor, for...
- his market had been in existence and involved the collection of toll and stallage for one hundred years. The outcome of the case is unknown but there isn't...
- the temple were deposited to the gram panchayat, including earnings from stallage related to the organisation's annual nine-day long fair and funds donated...
- Wellow In 1290 Richard Foliot, Knight of Jordon Castle had the rights of Stallage of the market and fair on St. Swithuns day valued at 40s yearly in Wellow...
- inhabitants the right that "they should be exempt from toll and lastage, stallage, moorage, haustage, and p****age, in every town and seaport throughout England...
- certain record 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...
- not exceeding £40,000 upon the security of such market and the tolls, stallage, etc., ". The new proposed sites were Lune Street, Friargate, Fishergate...
- Liberties against the authorities at Dunwich, refusing to pay their dues for stallage and for shipping, or to use their measures, and often obliging the Dunwich...