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Norwegian account of King Haco"s expedition against Scotland A.D. MCCLXIII.
|Statement||by the Rev. James Johnstone, and edited with additional notes, by Edmund Goldsmid.|
|Contributions||Johnstone, James, d. 1798, Goldsmid, Edmund.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Norwegian account of haco's expedition against scotland; a.d. mcclxiii. literally translated from the original islandic of the flateyan and frisian mss.
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