Hámtún-scir
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Hámtún-scir
l. scír, and add: I. Northamptonshire Hí (the Danes ) heafdon þá ofergán East-Engla i, and Eást-Seaxe ii, . . . and healfe Huntedúnscíre ix, and micel on Hámtúnscíre x, Chr. 1011; P. 141, note 3. In tó Bedanfordscíre, and þanon tó Huntadúnscíre and swá in tó Hámtúnscíre, 1016; P. 149, 12. II. Hampshire: — Him (Alfred) tó cóm Sumorsǽte alle and Wilsǽtan and Hámtúnscír, Chr. 878 ; P. 76, 8. Be-súðan Temese . . . Bearrucscíre and Hámtúnscíre and Wiltúnscíre, 1011 ; P. 141, 17.
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