“Borough of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire.
“It having been frequently represented by the Gentlemen, Graziers, Farmers and Dealers in general, frequenting the Fairs held within the Borough, that a new Fair to be established and kept in the Month of June would tend greatly to to the Convenience of themselves, as well as to the Public in general. We therefore give this public notice that a NEW FAIR will be held within the Borough on the Wednesday preceding the 22nd day of June next, and will continue to be held annually, on the same day, TOLL FREE, for the Sale of Cattle and all sorts of Merchandise.
“Richard Miles and William Hall, Bailiffs, May 13th 1801.”
Jackson’s Oxford Journal, 23 May 1801