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Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 Also Robert bishop of Lincolne departed this life, after whose deceasse the [...] of Lincolne was vacant by the space of seuentéene yeares,The fée of Lincolne void 17. yeares. the king in all that meane time receiuing the profits. Anno. Reg. 14. The [...] of Co|lein came ambassadour from the emperour vnto the king of England,An embassage from the em|perour. requiring to haue ou [...] of his daughters giuen in marriage vnto the emperour [...] sonne and an other of them vnto Henrie duke of Saxonie: which request [...]he K. bid w [...]inglie grant, and therevpon was the queene sent for to come ouer into Normandie, an [...] to bring hi [...] [...]aithe the lord Ri|chard and hir daughter the ladie Maud with hir: which ladie was married vnto the duke of Saxonie, in the beginning of the yeare next insuing; and had issue by him three sons, Henrie, Otho, and William, of which the middlemost came to be emperour. Matth. West.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 The variance still depending betwixt the king and the archbishop of Canturburie: there was also about the same time a great debate betwixt the em|perour Frederike the first and pope Alexander the third: whervpon king Henrie wrote to the emperor,Debate be|twixt the pope and the em|perour. and signified vnto him, that he would aid him if néed should require against the pope,K. Henrie of|fereth to aid the emperour. who mainteined such a runnagate traitor as the archbishop Becket was. Moreouer at the same time the king caused all his subiects within the realme of England, from the child of twelue yeares old vnto the aged person, to forsweare all obedience that might be pretended as due to the same pope Alexander. The king for the space of two yeares togither, remaining still in Nor|mandie, and in other places beyond the seas, subdued diuerse rebels, as the earle of Angoulesme, Aime|rike de Lucignie, and his sonnes Robert and Hugh.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 Also he came to an enterview with the king of France betwixt Pacie and Maunt,An enterview betwixt the king of Eng|land and king of France. The kings met againe to commen of peace. where they com|muned of such iniuries as were thought to be at|tempted on either part. For the Poictouins had made their resort to the French king, and were con|federate with him against their supreme lord king Henrie, and had deliuered pledges for assurance thereof, which pledges the French king would not re|store. But yet there was a truce concluded betwixt them, to endure till the feast of S. Iohn Baptist.

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