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Compare 1577 edition: 1 The king in the meane time with all conuenient spéed raised a power, first besieging the castell of A|rundell,Arundell ca|stell besieged. and then planting diuerse bastillions before it, he departed from thence, and sending the bishop of Lincolne with part of his armie to besiege Ticke|hill,Bridgenorth besieged. he himselfe went to Bridgenorth, which he enui|roned about with a mightie armie made out of all parts of his realme: so that what with gifts, large promises, and fearefull threatnings, at the last he al|lured to his side the fickle Welshmen, and in such wise wan them, that they abandoned the earle, and tooke part against him. Anno Reg. 3. Wherevpon the king within 30. daies subdued all the townes and castels (which he held) out of his hands,The earle of Shrewsburie banished the realme. and banished him the relme, and shortlie after confined his brother Arnold for his traitorous demeanour vsed against him, whereby their attempts were brought vnto an end.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 A synod of bishops. Eadmerus. After this, at the feast of saint Michaell, Anselme archbishop of Canturburie held a councell at West|minster, whereat were present the archbishop of Yorke, the bishops of London, Winchester, Lin|colne, Worcester, Chester, Bath, Norwich, Roche|ster, and two other bishops latlie elected by the king, namelie, Salisburie and Hereford:Abbats & pri|ors [...]epriued. the bishop of Ex|cester was absent by reason of sicknesse.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 At this councell or synod, diuers abbats and pri|ors, both French and English, were depriued of their promotions and benefices by Anselme, bicause they had come vnto them otherwise than he pretended to stand with the decrées of the church; as the abbats of Persor, Ramsey, Tauestocke, Peterborow, Matth. Par [...] Middle|ton, Burie, and Stoke, the prior of Elie, and others. The chéefest cause of their deposing, was,The cause why they wer depriued. Hen. Hunt. Sim. Dun. for that they had receiued their inuestitures at the kings hands.

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