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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Thoſe that were within it, hauing knowledge of the ouerthrow and loſſe of the field,The caſtell of Narne ren|dred by com|poſition. rendred the fortreſſe, on condition that leauing al their armor weapõ, & other munitions behind thẽ, they might depart wt their liues & other goods ſaued.The Danes breakers of faith and pro|miſe. Neuer|theles the Danes cõtrary to their faith giuẽ, being EEBO page image 232 once entred the Caſtell, hanged all thoſe whiche they founde within it ouer the walles, in moſt de|ſpitefull maner.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Thus was Narne wonne by the Danes, the ſtrongeſt holde within Murrey lande, and ſo gar|niſhed with men, munition and vytayles, that it was thought impregnable.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Elgyn and Fo|res left voyde.Then thoſe ſouldiers which kept Elgyn and Fores, hearing what crueltie the Danes had thus vſed, fled out of thoſe Caſtels, and left them voyd [figure appears here on page 232] without any perſon to defende them.

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