Hie cómon to Creccageláde, and fóron ðǽr ofer Temese, and námon, ǽgðer ge on Brádene, ge ðǽr ymbútan, eall ðæt hie gehentan mehton
they came to Cricklade, and there they went over the Thames, and took, both in Bredon, and thereabout, all that they could carry off,
- Chr. 905; Th. 180, 22, col. 1, 2.
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