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Compare 1577 edition: 1 Moreouer, the Scottish king being required by king Henrie to go ouer with him into Normandie, granted so to doo; insomuch that king Henrie, hauing set all things in order within his realme of England, in the Lent following passed ouer into Normandie. But before he tooke his iourneie, N. Triuet. Matth. Paris Ger. Dor. An edict a|gainst the archbishop Becket. he set foorth a decree consisting of these points in effect as followeth.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 1 That no man should bring any letters or com|mandement from pope Alexander, or Thomas arch|bishop of Canturburie into England, conteining an interdiction of the realme: vpon perill to be appre|hended and punished as a traitour to the king, and an enimie to the realme.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 That no religious person or préest should be permitted to passe the seas, or to come into the relme of England, except he had letters of safe conduct from the iusticers for passage ouer, and of the king for his returne from thence.

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