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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Thus ended the parliament for that ſeaſon with great ioy and comforte on eche hande, for that the king had ſhewed ſuche liberall bounte|ouſneſſe towardes his Barones, and they no leſſe mindefull of their dueties had declared ſuche beneuolent hartes, as appeared in that theyr free and large gifte graunted in forme and maner as before is expreſſed.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Neyther did Malcolme forget the vowe, whiche he made at Murthlake, when he was in daunger to haue receyued the ouerthrow at the handes of the Danes, for according to the ſame vowe, he cauſed a church to be buylt in the ſame place, erecting a Biſhops ſee there, and endowed it with the landes and poſſeſſions of theſe three places, Murthlake, Cleometh, and Dunmeth,The ſea of Murthlake, otherwiſe A|byrden. with all Eccleſiaſticall iuriſdictions and tithes apperteyning thereto.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Biſhops that ſat in this ſee, were called the Biſhops of Murthlake till the dayes of king Dauid the firſt, who chaunging the name, cau|ſed them to be called the Biſhops of Abyrdene, EEBO page image 238 augmẽting the ſee with ſundry fayre reuenewes to the better mayntenance thereof.

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