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Compare 1587 edition: 1 His tale being throughly heard and well diſ|geſted, wrought ſo with Malcolme, that he pro|miſed to withdraw into Cumberlande withoute any further attempt,Malcolmes offer. if Grime would in like caſe breake vp his camp, and agree to haue a truce for three Monethes ſpace, in which meane time they might by certaine commiſſioners appointed and authoriſed therto, talk and cõmon for concluding of a finall peace and concord betwixt them.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Grime refuſed not this offer,Gryme is con|tented with Malcolmes motion. and ſo therevpon lycenſed his people to depart to their homes, repai|ring himſelfe with certaine of his nobles into An|gus vnto the Caſtell of Forfair, there to take fur|ther aduice what was to be done touching the ap|poynted communication of peace.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 But Fothadus would in no wiſe reſt,Fothadus his diligence to procure the parties to a|greement. tyll the commiſſioners were met and aſſembled togither in communication at Scone, where within fewe dayes after (chiefly through his earneſt diligence) peace was concluded with theſe conditions.

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