Note: THE SCOTCH-IRISH OR THE SCOT IN NORTH BRITAIN, NORTH IRELAND, AND NORTH AMERICA CHAPTER XIX SCOTTISH HISTORY IN THE ENGLISH OR ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLE A. 1017. In this year king Cnut obtained the whole realm of the English race, and divided it into four parts: Wessex to himself, and East Anglia to Thorkell, and Mercia to Eadric, and Northumbria to Eric17 And in this year was Eadric the aldorman slain in London, very justly, and Northman, son of Leofwine the aldorman, and AEthelweard, son of AEthelmaer, the great, and Brihtric, son o? AElfeah, in Devonshire. And king Cnut banished Eadwig the aetheling, and afterwards commanded him to be slain, and AEadwig king of the churls. And then, before the Kalends of August, the king commanded the relict of king AEthelred, Richard's daughter, to be fetched for his wife; that was AElfgyfu in English, Ymma in French.
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