stallage

stallage

(ˈstɔːlɪdʒ)
n
rent or tax paid for setting up a market stall
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'He intimidates innocent traders and collects stallage and other levies collectable by the ministry without authority,' Madubuko noted.
(39) Not only did these markets and fairs allow Lord Hunsdon's bailiffs to collect the fines and stallage fees, providing a further source of revenue and a visible demonstration of the authority of the lord of the manor, but they apparently also provided an opportunity for his lordship's players to perform before a large guaranteed audience drawn from the surrounding villages and parishes.
101-02 that a number of the various local taxes gathered for the Duchy of Lancaster had French names--'pavage, passage, payage, lestage, stallage, tallage, carriage, pesage'.
Mayor's Samples 7 16 2 Toll Thorough Stallage {Butcher Market 732 1 0 and {Vegetable Market 140 16 0 Pickage {Tripe Market 26 0 0 {Fish Market 46 9 6 {Fairs and Markets in the Town 127 12 10 {Fairs and Races on the Moor 55 12 0 Weighage {Quay Side 45 8 3 {Butcher Market 27 12 8 {Hay Market 6 11 9 Rents {of Walker Estate 8088 0 3 ([dag- {other Messauges, Lands and 3819 12 5 ger]) { Tenements {Pews in St.
When markets catered primarily to local needs, lords might receive nothing beyond rents for stallage. Henry Tregoz, for example, was granted a market at Goring in Sussex in 1300.
Ros stated that men from nearby villages, who had been accustomed to come to his market, changed to the Godmersham market because it was closer, and as a result he lost their payments for tolls, stallage and picage (the right to break the ground for creating a stall).
In the three years 1369-71 the joint revenues from the fair and markets at Wye came to over 11 [pounds string] a year.(43) Smaller fairs, such as the one at Appledore, which specialized in livestock rather than cloth, collected far less in tolls and stallage and brought in 5s.