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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Scots herevpon tooke the iuyce of Me|kilwort beries,Spyced cuppes prepared for the Danes. & mixed the ſame in theyr ale and bread, ſending it thus ſpiced and confectioned in great abundance vnto their enimies.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 They reioyſing that they had got meate and drinke ſufficient to ſatiſfie theyr bellies, fell to ea|ting and drinking after ſuch greedy wiſe, that it ſeemed they ſtroue who might deuoure & ſwal|low vp moſt, till the operation of the beries ſpred in ſuche ſorte through all the partes of their bo|dies, that they were in the ende brought into a faſt dead ſleepe,The Danes o|uercome with drinke, fall a ſleepe. that in maner it was vnpoſſible to awake them.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Then foorthwith Duncane ſent vnto Mak|beth, commaunding him with all diligence to come and ſet vpon the enimies, being in eaſie pointe to be ouercome.

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