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Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 3 4 This yeare about Midsummer, Fabian. Iusts in Smithfield. were roiall iusts holden at London in Smithfield betwixt the sene|schall of Heinault, and certeine Henewers challen|gers, and the earle of Summerset, and certeine Eng|lishmen EEBO page image 536 defendants.Owen Glen|douer endeth his life in great miserie. The Welsh rebell Owen Glen|douer made an end of his wretched life in this tenth yeare of king Henrie his reigne, being driuen now in his latter time (as we find recorded) to such miserie, that in manner despairing of all comfort, he fled into desert places and solitarie caues, where be|ing destitute of all releefe and succour, dreading to shew his face to anie creature, and finallie lacking meat to susteine nature, for méere hunger and lacke of food, miserablie pined awaie and died. This yeare Thomas Beaufort earle of Surrie was made chan|cellor, Anno Reg. 11. Officers made. and Henrie Scroope lord treasuror. A parle|ment began this yeare in the quindene of saint Hi|larie, in which the commons of the lower house exhi|bited a bill to the king and lords of the vpper house,A pa [...]lement. conteining effect as followeth.

13.1. A supplication to the king.

A supplication to the king.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 Tho. Walsi. Fabian. _TO the most excellent lord our K. and to all the nobles in this pre|sent parlement assembled, your faithfull commons doo humblie signifie, that our souereigne lord the king might haue of the temporall possessions, lands & reuenues which are lewdlie spent, consumed and wasted by the bishops, ab|bats, and priors, within this realme, so much in value as would suffice to find and susteine one hundred and fiftie earles, one thousand & fiue hundred knights, six thou|sand and two hundred esquiers, and one hundred hospitals more than now be.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 The king (as some write) vpon aduised considera|tion hereof had, Thom. Wals. misliked of the motion, & therevpon commanded that from thencefoorth they should not presume to studie about anie such matters. An other thing the commons sued to haue granted vnto them, but could not obteine: which was, that clearks con|uicted should not from thence foorth be deliuered to the bishops prison. Moreouer they demanded to haue the statute either reuoked, or qualified, which had béene established by authoritie of parlement, in the second yeare of this kings reigne, against such as were reputed to be heretiks, or Lollards. By force whereof it was prouided, that wheresoeuer such man|ner of persons should be found and knowne to preach or teach their erronious doctrine, they should be at|tached with the kings writ, and brought to the next goale: but the king séemed so highlie to fauour the cleargie, that the commons were answered plaine|lie,King Henrie a [...]uorer of the clergie. they should not come by their purpose, but rather that the said statute should be made more rigorous and sharpe for the punishment of such persons.

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