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Compare 1587 edition: 1 King Sueno hearing in the meane time how infortunately his people had ſped thus in Scot|land at the batayle of Murthlake,Sueno prepa|reth a new ar|my to inuade Scotland. in reuenge thereof determined to inuade the Scottes with two mightie names, the one to be rigged in En|gland, & to come forth of the riuer of Tames, & the other to be ſente from Denmarke,Camus ap|pointed Cap|taine generall of the Danes. one Ca|mus a Dane right expert in warlike knowlege, being appoynted to be gouernour of all the men of warre that ſhould come fe [...] both thoſe parties.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The yeare next enſayng, both theſe fleetes ac|cording to cõmaundement & order giuen, arri|ued and mette togither within the mouth of the Forth reare to Saint Ebbes head.Saint Ebbes head.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Scottes keepe off the Danes from landing.Here Camus going about to lande his men, was kept off by the ſtout reſiſtãce of the Scots, there aſſembled for the ſame intent.

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