See also:special meaning of a market
See also:stall or any non-permanent erection, such as a
See also:tent at a
See also:fair, where goods were on sale . Later still it was applied to the temporary structure where votes were registered, viz. polling-
See also:booth . Temporary booths erected for the weekly markets naturally tended to become permanent shops . Thus
See also:Stow states that the houses in Old
See also:Fish Street,
See also:London, " were at first but movable boards set out on market days to show their fish there to be sold; but procuring licence to set up sheds, they
See also:grew to shops, and by little and little, to tall houses." As bothy or bothie, in Scotland, meaning generally a hut or cottage, the word was specially applied to a barrack-like
See also:room on large farms where the unmarried labourers were lodged . This, known as the Bothy
See also:system, was formerly
See also:common in
See also:Aberdeenshire and other parts of
See also:northern Scotland .
BOOTES (Gr. 006M ?S, a ploughman, from /3oui, an ox...
BARTON BOOTH (1681–1933)
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