Nottingham Review (1822)
[Plough Day Fair at Nottingham]
25th Jan.1822, Vol.XIV, No.711, p.3 c
"Our plow-day fair, on Friday, was the thinnest of stock we ever saw; there
was not a sufficient supply of stores, and fat beasts were sold at better
prices. Pigs also experienced an advance. Real good horses sold well, but
inferior ones, and especially those calculated for agricultural purposes, hung
very heavily on hand, and could not be sold at any price."
Nottingham, Notts. (SK5739)
TDRG Archive, Ref. TD00502
Last Updated Mar 1990 by Peter Millington.