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Compare 1577 edition: 1 Robert Kilwarbie archbishop of Canturburie,The archbish. of Yorke being made cardinal resigneth his archbishoprike was by pope Nicholas aduanced to the dignitie of a cardinall, and made bishop of Portua, so that he went to Rome, and gaue ouer the archbishoprike of Canturburie, to the which through the popes grant frier Iohn Peckham was admitted archbishop.Iohn Peck|ham archbish. of Yorke. This yéere there was inquirie made in London for such as had clipped, washed, & counterfaited the kings coine, wherevpon the Iewes of the citie and diuers gold|smiths that kept the exchange of siluer were indited,Clippers of monie. and after to the number of two hundreth foure score and seuenteene persons were condemned, Anno Reg. 7. Nic. Triuet. and in di|uers places put to execution. There were but 3. En|glishmen among them, all the residue were Iewes, but diuerse christians that were participants with them in their offenses were put to their fines, and not without iust cause.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 About the same time the king remooued all such shiriffes as were either préests or strangers, Chron. Dunst. and in their places appointed knights to be shiriffes, that were of the same countrie where their offices laie. Moreouer,The castels of Flint & Rut|land built. about this season king Edward builded the castell of Flint, and fortified the castell of Rut|land and others, placing garrisons of Englishmen in the same to defend the countrie, and to kéepe the Welshmen vnder obedience. But Leolin so smallie regarded all couenants made, and bene|fits receiued, that shortlie after, vpon the death of his late married wife, being summoned to come to a parlement holden by king Edward, he disdained to obeie, and vpon a verie spite began to make new warre to the Englishmen,Leolin begin|neth new war in wasting and destroi|eng the countrie: notwithstanding king Edward had so manie waies doone him good, and had giuen him iust cause of thankfulnesse, which is the common reward of benefits, and which little recompense who|so neglecteth to make, being but a little lip-labour,

Non est laudari dignus, nec dignus amari.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 But being put in feare with the kings comming towards him with his power, he laid armor aside,He sueth for peace. and began eftsoones to require peace, which the king now the second time did not denie to grant; bicause he would not lose time to warre with the mounteins, woods and marishes, the places of refuge for Welsh|men in those daies, when they wanted power to a|bide battell and keepe the feelds. About the same time the king gaue vnto Dauid the brother of Leolin the lordship of Frodesham in Cheshire, and made him knight. Moreouer in this yeare the king held a parle|ment, EEBO page image 280 in which the statute of Mortmaine was esta|blished.The statute of Mort|maine.

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