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Compare 1587 edition: 1 In the chaſe were many ſlaine,Grimes part diſcomfited. but yet no ſuch number as ſo notable a victorie requyred.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 It is ſaid that Grime was taken aliue ſtãding at defẽce moſt fiercely fighting,The ende of king Grime. & being ſore woũ|ded in the head had both his eies put out, & after|wards continuing ſo in great miſerie & ſanguor certaine dayes, at length departed out of this life, in the .ix. yeare of his raigne and was buried in Colmkill, after the incarnation .1010. yeares.


Io. Ma 1010. H.B.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 After this victorie thus obteyned by Malcolm, he called ſuch noble men as were taken priſoners in this battaile before him,Malcolmes wordes to thẽ that were ta|ken priſoners. vſing manye gentle wordes towards them, declaring how the right of the crown apperteyned vnto him, & that ye warres which he had made, were not attẽpted againſt the cõmon wealth of the Scottiſh eſtate, but rather in reliefe therof, to the ende the people might be dely|uered of the tyrannie exerciſed by Grime and his counſellors. And when he had thus vttered his minde vnto them,A Parliament at Scone. he appointed a publike aſſemble to be kept at Scone (for the electiõ of a new king) [figure appears here on page 227] there to be holden within .xv. days after. Whither the Scottiſh nobiltie cõming togither at the day and place appoynted, and conſenting to crowne Malcolme king,Malcolme re|fuſeth the crowne but vpon cõdition he vtterly refuſed to receyue the crowne, except the law eſtabliſhed by his father Kenneth for the ſucceſſion therof were firſt cõfir|med & approbate,The ordinance of king Ken|neth for the ſucceſsion of the crowne is confirmed. wherevpon the Lordes bounde thẽſelues by ſolemne othes to perform the [...], & neuer to breake or violate it in any condition.

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