Bjorn goes to Iceland.
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A little before winter came a ship from the south out of the Orkneys,
with the tidings that a long-ship had come in autumn to those islands.
Therein were messengers of king Harold, with this errand to earl Sigurd,
that the king would have Bjorn Brynjolfsson slain wherever he might be found,
and the same message Harold sent to the Southern Isles and even to Dublin.
Bjorn heard these tidings, and withal that he was outlawed in Norway.
Forthwith on reaching Shetland Bjorn had held his wedding with Thora,
and through the winter they stayed at Moss-ey-town.

(earl Sigurd)