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Compare 1587 edition: 1 When king Gryme had heard what meſſage theſe Ambaſſadors had brought, he anſwered to the ſame with fayned wordes, & willed them vn|der the pretext of courteſie to a banket,King Grime purpoſed to haue ſlaine the meſſengers. in purpoſe to haue put them all in priſon: But they beeing aduertiſed therof, got them in all haſt to their hor|ſes, and fled forthwith vnto Bertha, where the re|ſidue of the nobles at the ſame time were aſſẽbled.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Gryme thus hauing no regarde to the hole|ſome aduertiſement of his nobles, thought that all things would come forwarde with ſuch felicitie and happe as he wiſhed, not ceaſſing from ray|ſing new payments and exactions ſtill of his ſub|iects, till at length he was aduertiſed,The Lordes of Scotland ar|rear warre a|gainſt Grime their king. how his no|bles had rayſed open warre againſt him, at which newes being ſore kindled with diſpleaſure, he got togither a great number of men, & marched forth towards them that had ſo rebelled agaynſt him.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Then followed more miſchiefe and trouble thã euer had bene ſeene afore that time in Scotlande:What miſchief enſued. for by reaſon of this ciuill diſſention, caſtels were razed & ouerthrowne, townes burned vp, corne de|ſtroyed, and fieldes waſted, & the people ſlaine in all places, yea as well in churches as elſwhere.

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