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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Camus then plucking vp ſayles, directed his courſe vnto the Iſle of Sketh, where riding at an anker for the ſpace of one moneth, abiding for ſome proſperous winde, at lẽgth when the ſame came once about,Camus with his army lan|deth at the Redbrayes. he paſſed from thence vnto the Redbrayes, called in latine Rubrum promonto|rium, & there landed his whole army, before the countrey coulde be gathered to reſiſt him.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Camus being once landed, got him to the next hill, and beholding the ruines of the towne of Monfros, which a few yeares before had bene deſtroyed by the Danes, hee reioyced not a litle for that his chaunce was to come a lande in the ſelfe ſame place, where the Danes had earſt van|quiſhed their enimies, hoping of like lucke in this his enterpryſe and preſent expedition.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 After this,Camus mar|cheth through Angus. he tooke his iourney through An|gus, ſparing no maner of crueltie that might be deuiſed: Cities, Townes, villages, & Churches, EEBO page image 234 with all maner of other buildings publike and priuate were conſumed with fire.The crueltie of the Danes

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