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" He forsook his chrism and his rood, his ghostly weapons, and took to his spear and his sword, after his bishophood ; and so went... "
The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The chronicle of Florence of Worcester, with a ... - Page 112
by Anglo-Saxon chronicle, Florentius (Wigorniensis.) - 1853
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Harold, the last of the Saxon kings, by the author of 'Rienzi'.

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1848
...itself was in danger, when Harold came up at the head of the Fyrd. Hard is it to tell the distress and the marching and the camping, and the travail, and destruction of men, and also of horses, which the English endured* till Harold came; and then luckily came also the good old Leofric,...
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Lectures on the history of England, B.C. 55 to (A.D. 1272) by a lady [F.A ...

Frances Anne Trevelyan - 1850
...field against Griffin, the Welch king, and there was he slain, and his priests with him, and Elnoth the sheriff, and many good men with them ; and the...camping, and the travail and destruction of men, and also of horses, which all the English army endured, until Leofric the earl came thither, and Harold the...
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The ...

Great Britain - 1853
...year Griffin and Aelfgar burned St. Aelthelbryht's minster, and all the town of Hereford. AD 1056. 'This year bishop Aegelric gave up his bishopric at...and also 1 He was bishop of St. David's. 3 From D. 3 He was archbishop of York. ' From EF * This first sentence ia from D. * From C. L>. of horses, -which...
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The ...

Great Britain - 1853
...year Griffin and Aelfgar burned St. Aelthelbryht's minster, and all the town of Hereford. AD 1056. 'This year bishop Aegelric gave up his bishopric at...destruction of men, and also 1 He was bishop of St. David's. 4 From D. 1 He was archbishop of York. 4 Prom EF • This first sentence is from D. • From CU of...
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Harold: The Last of the Saxon Kings

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - Great Britain - 1853 - 388 pages
...itself was in danger, when Harold came up at the head of the Fyrd. Hard is it to tell the distress and the marching and the camping, and the travail, and destruction of men, and also of horses, which the English endured * till Harold came ; and then luckily came also the good old Leofric,...
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The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E. Flaherty].

William Edward Flaherty - 1855
...Griffin, the Welsh king ; and there was he slain, and his priests with him, and Elfnoth the shire-reeve, and many good men with them ; and the others fled away ; this was eight days before Midsummer," (June 17.) "It is difficult to tell the distress, and the marching all, and the camping, and the travail...
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The Annals of England: An Epitome of English History, from ..., Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - Great Britain - 1855
...Griffin, the Welsh king ; and there was he slain, and his priests with him, and Elfnoth the shire-reeve, and many good men with them ; and the others fled away ; this was eight days before Midsummer," (June 17.) " It is difficult to tell the distress, and the marching all, and the camping, and the travail...
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The annals of England: an epitome of English history, Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - 1855
...Griffin, the Welsh king ; and there was he slain, and his priests with him, and Elfnoth the shire-reeve, and many good men with them ; and the others fled away ; this was eight days before Midsummer," (June 17.) " It is difficult to tell the distress, and the marching all, and the camping, and the travail...
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History of Wales

Bernard Bolingbroke Woodward - 1859 - 608 pages
...summer, and the chronicler avers that " it is difficult to tell the distress, and the marching all, and the camping, and the travail and destruction of men, and also of horses, which all the English army endured." On the seventeenth of June, Leofgar, and his priests...
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: According to the ..., Volume 2; Volume 23, Part 2

Benjamin Thorpe - Great Britain - 1861
...Griffith, the Welsh king, and he was there slain, and his priests with him, and JElfnoth the shire-reeve, and many good men with them; and the others fled away. This was eight nights before Midsummer. It is difficult to tell the misery, and all the marches, and the encamping,...
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