The market-day is, in fact, the event of the week, and the streets of the market-town are the Rotten Row of the neighbourhood.
It is a conventional Breton small town, but it is a market-town, nevertheless.
Its justification was in its service as a market-town for farmers.
Cullompton is a market-town 12 miles north-east of Exeter, on the road from Bristol.
Holywell , a market-town of Flintshire, has an elevated situation, 15 m. NW.
I went to the market-town by train, and the young bullock was driven by road.
The forester whom he had applied to for a new dress, had, of course, purchased it from the countryman in the market-town.
These birds and the surplus hares he always sold in the market-town, and put the money into a box.
A great church and a good hotel are indeed all-sufficient attractions for a market-town of perhaps eight thousand souls.
I got a lift in a cart from that village to the market-town where I met you the same night at the inn.