As the Turkish annalist says, “Torghūd had become the drawn sword of Islam.”
An annalist of Worms is quoted about Dorso's operations on the upper Rhine in 1231.
Dr. Holmes, the annalist, says, that tea began to be used in New England in 1720.
It was to the first of these visitations that the annalist Clyn succumbed.
This is just the point at which the historian diverges from the annalist.
These two had been terribly scourged by the pen of the annalist of the period.
"And thus were the jelly-pardons obtained," says the annalist.
What were the causes of this war, wrote a Hungarian annalist, are not to be ascertained.
And, strange to say, according to the annalist, the rain then ceased.
Athanagild died (“peacefully,” as the annalist remarks) in 547.