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" And the same year King Athelstan and Elchere the ealdorman fought on shipboard, and slew a great number of the enemy at Sandwich in Kent, and took nine ships, and put the others to flight ; and the heathen men, for the first time, remained over winter... "
The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The chronicle of Florence of Worcester, with a ... - Page 40
by Anglo-Saxon chronicle, Florentius (Wigorniensis.) - 1853
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Pedigree of the English People: An Argument on the Formation & Growth of the ...

Thomas Nicholas - Celts - 1873 - 567 pages
...safe of losing nothing. They increase in number. In AD 840, they came in thirtyfrse ships? In AD 851 came three hundred and fifty ships to the mouth of...crews landed and took Canterbury and London by storm ; but " King Ethelwulf, with his son Ethelbald, with the army of the West Saxons, fought against them...
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The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E. Flaherty ...

William Edward Flaherty - 1876
...year the heathen men, for the first time, remained over winter in Thanct. "And the same year came 350 ships to the mouth of the Thames, and the crews landed...Canterbury and London by storm, and put to flight Bcorhtwulf, king of the Mercians, with his army, and then went south over the Thames into Surrey ;...
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Normannerne: bd. Indledning i normannertiden. 1876

Law, Scandinavian - 1876
...Foreigners , came to oppress the Foreigners who were in Erinn befbre them. (Chron. Scot.) This year came 350 ships to the mouth of the Thames and the crews landed and took Canterbury and London by etorm. (A. -S. Chron.) A fleet of 8 score ships of Finn-Ghenti arrived to fight against Dubh-Ghenti...
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Normannerne: bd. Indledning i normannertiden. 1876

Law, Scandinavian - 1876
...the Foreigners who were in Erinn before them. (Chron. Scot.) This year came 350 ships to the month of the Thames and the crews landed and took Canterbury and London by storm. (A. -S. Chron.) A fleet of 8 score ships of Finu-Ghenti arrived to fight against Dubh-Ghenti at Snambaignech...
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Transactions - Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Volume 17

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society - Archaeology - 1892
...men of Dorset and Somerset, under their earldormen and Ealhstan bishop of Sherborne; but in 851 there came three hundred and fifty ships to the mouth of the Thames, the Danes stormed Canterbury and London, and put Beorhtulf and his army to flight. Burhred succeeded...
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The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E ..., Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - 1877
...district on the Severn and Wye), who were only nominal dependants on the king of Cardigan. " This year the heathen men, for the first time, remained over winter in Thanet. "And the same year came 350 ships to the mouth of the Thames, and the crews landed and took Canterbury and London by storm,...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 4

Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee - Great Britain - 1885
...Wig-laf in 839. In his days Mercia was subject to the West-Saxon king. Ln 851 came 350 ships of the Danes to the mouth of the Thames, and the crews landed and took Canterbury and London by storm. Beorhtwulf gathered all his host, and went out to battle against them. He was defeated and fled. Henry...
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Early Britain

Alfred John Church - Great Britain - 1889 - 382 pages
...The Pagans also now for the first time abode in winter quarters at Thanet. And the same year there came three hundred and fifty ships to the mouth of the Thames, and went up, and took by storm Canterbury and London, and put to flight Beortwulf, King of the Mercians,...
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The Story of Early Britain

Alfred John Church - Great Britain - 1893 - 382 pages
...The Pagans also now for the first time abode in winter quarters at Thanet. And the same year there came three hundred and fifty ships to the mouth of the Thames, and went up, and took by storm Canterbury and London, and put to flight Beortwulf, King of the Mercians,...
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London and the Kingdom: A History Derived Mainly from the Archives ..., Volume 1

Reginald Robinson Sharpe - Great Britain - 1894
...still further into deca)-. In the eyes of 1 Anglo-Sax. Chron., ii, 55. *"And in the same year [ie 851] came three hundred and fifty ships to the mouth of the Thames, and landed, and took Canterbury and London by storm." — Id. ii, 56. ' Anglo-Sax. Chron., ii, 64, 65....
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