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Compare 1577 edition: 1 About the calends of August, in this yeare 1107. the king held a councell of bishops, abbats, and o|ther lords of his realme in his pallace at London, where in the absence of Anselme, the matter tou|ching the inuestitures of churches, was argued vpon for the space of thrée daies togither, and in the end bicause the pope had granted the homages of bishops and other prelats to the king, which his predecessor Urban had forbidden, togither with the inuestitu|res; the king was contented to consent to the popes will in forbearing the same. So that when An|selme was come, the king in presence of him and a great multitude of his people, granted and ordeined, that from thenceforth no bishop nor abbat should be inuested within the realme of England, by the hand either of the king or any laie man: on the other side it was granted againe by Anselme, that no person elected into the prelacie, should be depriued of his consecration for dooing his homage to the king.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 These things thus ordred, the churches which through England had bin long vacant, were prouided of go|uernors, which were placed without any inuestiture of staffe or ring. About this time, Anselme consecra|ted fiue bishops at Canturburie in one day, archbi|shop William to the sée of Winchester, Roger that was the kings chancellor to Salisburie, William Warlewast to Excester, Remaline the quéenes chanc [...]llor to Hereford, and one Urban to Glamor|gan in Wales.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 About this season a great part of Flanders being drowned by an exundation or breaking in of the sea, Polydor. Ran. Higd. a great number of Flemings came into Eng|land, beséeching the king to haue some void place as|signed them,Flemings cõ|ming ouer in|to England, haue places appointed them to in|habit. wherein they might inhabit. At the first they were appointed to the countrie lieng on the east part of the riuer of Twéed: but within foure yeres after, they were remooued into a corner by the sea side in Wales, called Penbrokeshire, to the end they might be a defense there to the English against the vnquiet Welshmen.

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