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" And they then established full friendship, by word and by pledge, on either half, and declared every Danish king an outlaw from England for ever. Then, during Lent, king Ethelred came home to his own people ; and he was gladly received by them all. "
Corfe castle; or, Keneswitha [by J.F. Pennie]. - Página 430
por John Fitzgerald Pennie - 1824
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Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury: Anglo-Saxon period

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1860
...pledge, on either half, and declared every Danish king an outlaw from England for ever. Then, during Lent, King Ethelred came home to his own people ; and he was gladly received by them all. Then after Sweyn was dead, Canute sat with lrarmy at Gainsborough until Easter (17th April); and it...
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Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury: Anglo-Saxon period

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1861
...on either half, and declared every Danish king an outlaw Living. from England for ever. Then, during Lent, King Ethelred * came home to his own people ; and he was gladly received by them all. Then after Sweyn was dead, Canute sat with his army at Gainsborough until Easter (17th April'1; and...
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Lectures on the History of England, Volumen1

William Longman - 1863 - 459 páginas
...pledge, on either half, and declared every Danish king an outlaw from England for ever. Then, during Lent, King Ethelred came home to his own people, and he was gladly received by them all." On his arrival he attacked the Danes, and compelled Canute, the son of Sweyn, to retire to his ships....
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Newly Translated by E. E. C. Gomme

1909 - 315 páginas
...with pledge, on both sides, and declared every Danish king outlawed ' from England. Then in the spring king ^Ethelred came home to his own people; and he was gladly received by them all. And, after Swegen was dead, Knut sat with his host at Gainsborough until Easter ; and it was agreed...
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Bloodfeud: Murder and Revenge in Anglo-Saxon England

Richard Fletcher - 2004 - 230 páginas
...sides, and they pronounced every Danish king an outlaw from England for ever. Then during the spring King Ethelred came home to his own people and he was gladly received by them all. 80 Immediately upon his return Ethelred gathered an army and proceeded to Lincolnshire. Canute took...
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