He was in his time a famous pugilist, and fought several pitched battles with Algar, Henry, and others.
Algar was now the deceived; it was a living man, not a corpse, who started on that voyage.
King Algar was greatly enraged, and, breathing out fire and sword, set out for Oxford.
Algar, son of Leofric, hath a daughter fair as the fairest; make her thy bride that Algar may cease to be a foe.
The universal mesquite—the Algar obia glandulosa—excellent for such a purpose—grew nowhere in the neighbourhood.
But Algar, below the middle height, though well set, was slight in comparison with Harold.
Our answers were waiting for us at the police-station, where I had directed Algar to send them.
You have made foes of the only family that approaches the power of your own—the heirs of Leofric and Algar.
After Leofriks death, his sonne Algar was made earle, and intituled in all his lands and seigniories.
Previous to the conquest, the manor was part of the possessions of Algar, Earl of Mercia.