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Cattle Market, Pound Hill

History of Pound Hill

1842 7th June the Council ordered ‘that the Cattle Market formerly held on St Andrew’s Hill, otherwise Hog Hill, should on Saturday 18th June, and on every succeeding Saturday, be held at Pound Hill, in the parish of St Giles.’ (Romilly Diary Sept 1842, editor’s note)



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