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The battle ended when David's reserve deserted, forcing him to retreat.

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Lying on the main route between Edinburgh and London it became an important stopping point for coaches travelling the route, eventually superseded by the growth of the railways in the 19th century.Lying in the centre of a large rural area Northallerton was established as a market town in 1200 by Royal Charter, and there is still a market in the town today.In the Domesday Survey, Norman scribes named the settlement Alvertune, Aluertune and Alretone and there is a reference to the Alvertune wapentac, an area almost identical to the Allertonshire wapentake of the North Riding, which was named after the town.Its position on a major route way brought death and destruction to the town on many occasions.It was then believed that a Saxon town known as Alvertune developed.

In Pierre de Langtoft's history of King Alfred he writes that in 865 it was the site of a number of battles between King Elfrid and his brother Alfred and five Danish kings and a similar number of earls.There will be many exciting displays and demonstrations at the Show, plus a whole range of Main Ring Attractions, Classic Cars and Motorcycles, A Fun Dog Show, Cattle, Sheep and Poultry, Rabbits, Cavies, Hamsters and Ferrets, Bungee Trampolines, Country Pursuits, Carriage Driving, Horticulture and Produce, Arts, Crafts, Photography, and the Yorkshire Country Women's Association & Children's Classes.The Carriages will make a main ring appearance in the afternoon and there will be the usual Grand Parade of Cattle and Class winners followed by classic cars, vintage agricultural machinery.The victory by the English ensured the safety of Northern England.Shortly after his accession William Rufus gave the town, with the lands adjacent, to the see of Durham, and, under the patronage of the bishops of that diocese, it grew in importance, and became an episcopal residence.It continues to be a major retail centre for the local area.