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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Calene.IN the meane time Culene prince of Cum|berland, the ſonne as I haue ſayde of king Indulph, accompanied with a great number of Lordes and Nobles of the realme, came vnto Scone, there to receyue the crowne according to the maner:

The king aſ|ked the cauſe of the foule wea|ther.

The biſhops anſwere vnto the king.

but at his comming thither, he demaũded of the Biſhops what the cauſe ſhould be of ſuch vntemperate weather. Who made an|ſwere, that vndoubtedly almightie God ſhewed himſelfe thereby to be offended moſte highly for that wicked murther of king Duffe, and ſurely onleſſe the offendours were tried foorth and pu|niſhed for that deede, the realme ſhoulde feele the iuſt indignation of the deuine iudgement for o|mitting ſuche puniſhment as was due for ſo greeuous an offence.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The king re|quired pu|blike prayers to be had.Culene herevpon requyred the biſhops to ap|point publike proceſſiõs, faſtings and other god|ly exerciſes to be vſed of the prieſtes and people, through all parties of the realme, for the appea|ſing of Gods wrath in this behalfe, and in ſuche ſorte and maner as in ſemblable caſes, the vſe and cuſtome in thoſe dayes was.The king made an othe. Hee himſelfe made a ſolemne vowe, confirming it with a like othe before all the peeres and nobles there aſſem|bled, that he woulde not ceaſſe till he had reuen|ged the death of king Duffe vpon the falſe inha|bitauntes of Murrayland to the enſample of all other.

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