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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The moſt parte of the maryners, when they heard what plentie of meate and drinke the Scottes had ſente vnto the campe, came from the ſea thyther to bee partakers thereof, and ſo were ſlayne amongſt theyr fellowes: by meanes whereof when Sueno perceyued howe through lacke of maryners he ſhoulde not be able to con|uey away his nauie,Sueno fleeth with one ſhip, leauing the re|ſidue of his nauie behinde him. hee furniſſhed one ſhippe throughly with ſuche as were lefte, and in the ſame ſayled backe into Norway, curſing the tyme that hee ſet forewarde on this infortunate iourney.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The other ſhippes whiche hee lefte behinde him within three dayes after his departure from thence,The fleete of the Norway|gians ſuncke by vehement rage of winde. were toſſed ſo togyther by vio|lence of an Eaſt winde, that beatyng and ruſ|ſhyng one agaynſt an other they ſuncke there, and lie in the ſame place euen vnto theſe dayes, to the greate daunger of other ſuche ſhippes as come on that coaſte, for being couered with the floudde when the tide commes, at the ebbyng a|gaine of the ſame, ſome parte of them appeare a|boue water.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The place where ye Daniſh veſſels were thus loſt, is yet cleped Drownelow ſandes.Drownelow ſandes. This o|uerthrow receiued in maner aforeſaid by Sueno, EEBO page image 243 was right diſpleaſant to him and his people, as ſhoulde appeare in that it was a cuſtome many yeares after, that no Knightes were made in Norway,The othe that knights tooke in Norway, to reuenge the death of theyr frendes. excepte they were firſte ſworne to re|uenge the ſlaughter of theyr countreymen and frendes thus ſlayne in Scotland.

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