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" Wilferth built. And as the king went homewards, then the army of York overtook him : the rear of the king's forces was at Chesterford ; and there they made great slaughter. Then was the king so wroth that he would have marched his forces in again and... "
The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal - Page 247
1913
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The ...

1853
...king : and then, during the pillage, was the great minster burned at Ripon that St. Wilferth built. And as the king went homewards, then the army of York...there they made great slaughter. Then was the king so wroth that he would have marched his forces in again and wholly destroyed the land. When the North-humbrian...
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The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The chronicle of Florence of Worcester, with a ...

Anglo-Saxon chronicle - 1853 - 10 pages
...king : and then, during the pillage, was the great minster burned at Ripon that St. Wilferth built. And as the king went homewards, then the army of York...overtook him : the rear of the king's forces was at Chesterfbrd ; and there they made great slaughter. Then was the king so wroth that he would have marched...
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A History of Cambridgeshire

John William Edward Conybeare - 1897 - 344 pages
...went homewards, then came after the Army of York, and overtook him. The rearguard of the King's host was at Chesterford ; and there they made great slaughter. Then was the King so wroth that he would have marched his force in again and wholly wasted the land. When the Northumbrian...
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The Scotch-Irish: Or, The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland ..., Volume 1

Charles Augustus Hanna - 1902 - 648 pages
...famous monastery burned at Rippn that St. Wilfrid built. And as the king went homewards, the army within York overtook him (the rear of the king's forces was...there they made great slaughter. Then was the king so wroth that he would have marched his forces in again and wholly destroyed the land. When the Northumbrian...
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

1909 - 315 pages
...when the king was on his way homewards, the host within York overtook him ; the king's fyrd was behind at Chesterford, and there they made great slaughter. Then was the king so wrathful that he would lead his forces back again and utterly destroy the land. When the witan of the...
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Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England: Also the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

J. A. Giles - 2006 - 564 pages
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