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Compare 1577 edition: 1 EEBO page image 92 Secondlie, for that he kept the see of Winche|ster in his hands, after his inuestiture vnto Cantur|burie, which he ought not to haue doone.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 3 Thirdlie, for that he had receiued the pall at the hands of pope Benedict the tenth, whom the cardi|nals, as one not lawfullie elected, had deposed.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 Howbeit, manie writers burthen king William (who was present at this synod) for the procuring of Stigand his depriuation, to the end he might place a stranger in his roome. For as he had rooted out the English Nobilitie, and giuen awaie their lands & li|uings to his Normans; so meant he to turne out the English cleargie from bearing any office of honor within the realme, which meaning of his did well ap|peare at his councell, wherin diuers bishops, abbats, and priors were deposed, and Normans preferred to their places.Agelmarus bishop of Thetford was one that was deposed. Simon Dun. Matt. Paris. Stigand after his depriuation was kept in perpetuall prison at Winchester, till he died, and yet (as some write) the same Stigand was an helper vnder hand for king William to atteine the crowne.

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