Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (8 of 8) the Eight Booke of the Historie of England [NOOK Book]

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EDWARD.Hen. Hunt. Immediatlie vpon the deth of Hardiknought, and before his corps was committed to buriall, his halfe brother Edward, sonne of king Egelred begotten of quéene Emma, was Polydor chosen to be K. of England, by the generall consent of all the nobles and commons of the realme. Therevpon were ambassadours sent with all spéed into Normandie, to signifie vnto him his election, and to bring him from thence into England in deliuering pledges for more assurance, that no fraud nor deceit was ment of the ...
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Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (8 of 8) the Eight Booke of the Historie of England

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EDWARD.Hen. Hunt. Immediatlie vpon the deth of Hardiknought, and before his corps was committed to buriall, his halfe brother Edward, sonne of king Egelred begotten of quéene Emma, was Polydor chosen to be K. of England, by the generall consent of all the nobles and commons of the realme. Therevpon were ambassadours sent with all spéed into Normandie, to signifie vnto him his election, and to bring him from thence into England in deliuering pledges for more assurance, that no fraud nor deceit was ment of the Englishmen, but that vpon his comming thither, he should receiue the crowne without all contradiction. Edward then aided by his coosine William duke of Normandie, tooke the sea; with a small companie of Normans came Henr. Hunt.Wil. Malm. The third of Aprill. 1043. into England, where he was receiued with great ioy as king of the realme; immediatlie after was crowned at Winchester by Edsinus then archbishop of Canturburie, on Easter day in the yeare of our Lord 1043, which fell also about the fourth yeare of the emperour Henrie the third, surnamed Niger, in the 12 yeare of Henrie the first of that name king of France, and about the third yeare of Macbeth king of Scotland.
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  • BN ID: 2940016011523
  • Publisher: Library of Alexandria
  • Publication date: 1/17/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 254 KB

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