The fleet of Gotland was waiting for the Swedish fleet in the harbour named Garnum.
After this the great bone of contention was the isle of Gotland.
The Swedish army had retired from Gotland, and Norby with his horde of pirates remained in statu quo.
Some interesting particulars may be gathered about the town of Wisby, on the Isle of Gotland.
If Sweden should continue the war in Gotland, she was to pay for all damage she might do.
First he steered to Gotland, and lay there long in summer watching for merchant vessels sailing towards the land, or for vikings.
He had a third battle in Gotland, in which he also gained the victory, and made a great booty.
She had made a rapid passage from the Tyne, and was sailing along the island of Gotland with a strong northerly wind.
It was the trade with the East that originally gave importance to the city of Visby in Gotland.
A third battle fought he in Gotland; there likewise the day was to his strength and much spoil was to his hand.