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" King Alfred repaired London, and all the English submitted to him, except those who were under the bondage of the Danishmen ; and then he committed the town to the keeping of Ethelred, the ealdorman. "
The Early Norman Castles of the British Isles - Page 12
by Ella S. Armitage - 1912 - 408 pages
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Memorials of King Alfred: Being Essays on the History and Antiquities of ...

John Allen Giles - 1863 - 380 pages
...lower parts of Gaul, and fixed on a place to winter near the river Seine. That same year king jElfred repaired London ; and all the English submitted to...him, except those who were under the bondage of the Danishmen ; and then he committed the town to the care of alderman jEthered. Meanwhile, the city of...
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History of England During the Early and Middle Ages, Volume 1

Charles Henry Pearson - 1867 - 706 pages
...may have been accidental, or may have been Alfred's work. The Saxon Chronicle, A. 866, only says, " That same year king Alfred repaired London ; and all the English submitted to him." Mr. Earle has raised a new difficulty. He observes that the word used in the Saxon Chronicle is Lunden-burh,...
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The annals of England: an epitome of English history [by W.E. Flaherty ...

W. E. Flaherty - 1876 - 643 pages
...against them, which captures sixteen of their ships ; but his fleet is defeated on its return. AD 886. " King Alfred repaired London, and all the English submitted...him, except those who were under the bondage of the Danishmen ; and then he committed the town to the keeping of Ethelred, the ealdorman." The Northmen...
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The annals of England, an epitome of English history [by W.E ..., Volume 1

William Edward Flaherty - 1877
...against them, which captures sixteen of their ships ; but his fleet is defeated on its return. AD 886. " King Alfred repaired London, and all the English submitted to him, except those who were under • That is, Guthrum and his adherents. the bondage of the Danish men ; and then he committed the town...
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The venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical history of England, also the Anglo-Saxon ...

Bede (the venerable.) - 1881
...their winter quarters near the town of Paris. That same year king Alfred repaired London ; and •II the English submitted to him, except those who were under the bondage of the Danish-men ; and then he committed the town to the keeping of Ethered the ealdormnn. A. 887. This year...
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The History of Suffolk

John James Raven - 1895 - 287 pages
...a larger fleet. Next year he repaired to London, and received the submission of all the English, ' except those who were under the bondage of the Danish men,' and before long he had six hostages from the East Angles, by whom we must understand Danes settled in East...
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Alfred the West Saxon: King of English

Dugald Macfadyen - 1901 - 376 pages
...and the slaying of the people, honourably rebuilt the city of London, and made it again habitable. And all the English submitted to him, except those...bondage of the Danish men ; and then he committed the town to the keeping of ^Ethelred, the ealdorman of Mercia."2 Alfred's work of restoration left its...
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The Story of King Alfred

Sir Walter Besant - 1901 - 187 pages
...years later it is made quite clear that London was in his possession, for he " repaired " the town, and " all the English submitted to him, except those who were under the bondage of the Danes, and he committed the care of the town to Ethelred, Earl of Mercia," and his brother-in-law....
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The Story of King Alfred

Sir Walter Besant - 1901 - 187 pages
...later it is made quite clear that London was in his possession, for he "repaired" the town, and "ail the English submitted to him, except those who were under the bondage of the Danes, and he committed the care of the town to Ethelred, Earl of Mercia," and his brother-in-law....
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Select Translations from Old English Prose

Albert Stanburrough Cook - 1908 - 312 pages
...[King Alfred] greatly honored him and his companions with gifts. AD 886. This year King Alfred occupied London. And all the English submitted to him, except...bondage of the Danish men. And then he committed the town to the keeping of Jithelred the earl. AD 897. ... That same year the armies from among the East...
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