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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The agreement being thus made,Landes de|uided betwixt the Britains & Engliſh men. the landes were deuided betwixt the Engliſh men and Bri|taynes, in ſuche ſort as the Brytaynes had for theyr parts all that which lyeth from Sterling vnto the Weſt ſea, betwixt the Ryuers of Forth and Clyde, vnto Cumberlande, and the Engliſh men poſſeſſed the other parcels, lying from Star|ling vnto the Eaſt ſea, betwixt the Scottiſh ſea and Northumberlande: ſo that by this meanes Clyde water, Forth, and the Scottiſh ſea (where Forth runneth into the maine ſea) deuided the Scottes from the Engliſh men and Brytaynes. And thus was the towne of Sterling common marche vnto thoſe three people, the ſame towne with the Caſtell remayning vnto Oſbert, as it was couenãted amõgſt other articles of this peace

Compare 1587 edition: 1 EEBO page image 186Here as the Scottes wryters haue, he ordey|ned his mynt, and his coyners of money to inha|bite, wherevpon came vp the name of Sterling money: but therein they are deceyued, for as in the hyſtorie of England ſhall appeare, that name came not in vſe till many yeares after.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 A bridge of ſtone made at Sterling.Oſbert alſo in this place cauſed a ſtone bridge to be made ouer the water of Forth, in ſtead of the woodden bridge which the Picts had made there, and was now pulled downe, and in the midſt of this new ſtone bridge, he ſet vp a croſſe, whereon were grauen theſe verſes.

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