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Sheffield Farmers' Market
start:25th May 2008
The Sheffield Farmers' market is held on one Sunday every month on the Barkers Pool area (outside John Lewis & Sheffield City Hall) of Sheffield City Centre from 10am until 4pm.

* Trader Highlight *
Taste of Africa
This trader sells African foodstuff, drinks, cosmetics & textiles.

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Glossary

Aula has several meanings including hall, castle and place.
Bandlear
(more commonly bandolear)
a shoulder belt, especially for ammunition. As plural - small leather cases for gunpowder, attached to the belt.
Chief-rent the annual payment by free-holders to the lord of the manor.
Common an unenclosed area of land.
Court-leet a court, usually held once a year, within a manor or hundred; being granted by Charter to the lords of the manors or hundreds. Held originally to view the frank-pledges, it developed to hear, by jury, crimes which fell within its jurisdiction, and to punish all trivial misdemeanours.
Frank-pledge a mutual pledge, made by freeman to the sovereign, for each others' good behaviour.
Fridleys certain rents formerly paid to the Lord of the Manor of Sheffield by the inhabitants of the Frith of Hawksworth, for liberty of common.
Frith has several meanings including a small field taken out of a common.
Hundred a division or part of a country in England, supposed to have originally contained one hundred families or freemen.
Manor an estate granted by the sovereign to s subject, usually in return for certain services provided by the lord of the manor and/or his followers.
Musket a smooth-bored barrel fire-arm, the predecessor of the rifle.
Stallage rent paid for a stall or the erecting of a stall.
White-meat food made from, or including, eggs, milk, butter and cheese.

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