King from 871-901 A.D. The Danes were neighbors of the Norwegian Vikings, and like them were fond of the sea and piracy. They plundered the English coasts for more than a century; and most of northern and eastern England became for a ... Read more of Alfred the Great at Biographical.caInformational Site Network Informational
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GEORGE III. having purchased a horse, the dealer put into his hands a
large sheet of paper, completely written over. What's this? said his
majesty. The pedigree of the horse, sire, which you have just bought,
was the answer. Take it back, take it back, said the king, laughing;
it will do very well for the next horse you sell.





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