In the month of September the two reached the Humber, and Harold marched to meet them, resting neither day nor night.
Here we had a long run and a good play, and then we recrossed the Humber.
A like fate attended York from the Danes, who had entered the Humber with a formidable fleet.
The headlands at the mouth of the Humber were very near now.
Thus the name of the Humber is probably of Celtic origin, but the only cognate words that we find are the Lat.
No man could say just where the Humber ended and the Ouse began.
Entering the Humber, he burned several towns and slew many men.
But his attempt to fly from the mast-top of a boat in the Humber failed.
That the Thames, the Severn, and the Humber formed the frontier lines between these new divisions is probable.
We pass the Humber, an arm of the sea of about two leagues breadth.