1) A toll for the right to erect a stall in a market or fair.
1494 Also on seruante of Thomas Asbrygg off Nafferton ... gaue to the said William Haule for stallage off xxti shepe ijd
1543 for stallege that he receyved, Kendal
1619-21 Whether is there a market ... And whoe hath the toll pickage and Stallage of the same, Pickering. It could be used as a verb: 1529 if any of the said conysellers be disposyd to have a daily market then if they come and be fraunchesyd and stallegyd they shall have a place, York.