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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Scottes hauing wonne ſo notable a victory, after they had gathered and diuided the ſpoyle of the fielde,Solemne pro|ceſſions for victory gottẽ. cauſed ſolemne proceſſions to be made in all places of the realme, and thankes to be giuen to almightie God, that had ſent them ſo fayre a day ouer their enimies.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 But whyleſt the people were thus at theyr proceſſions,A tower of Danes arriue at Kyncorne [...] of Englãd. woorde was brought that a newe fleete of Danes was arriued at Kingcorne, ſent thyther by Canute king of England in reuenge of his brothers Suenoes ouerthrow.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 To reſiſt theſe enimies, whiche were already landed,The Danes vanquiſhed by Makbeth and Banquho. and buſie in ſpoiling the countrey, Mak|beth and Banquho were ſente with the kings authoritie, who hauing with them a conuenient power, encountred the enimies, ſlewe parte of them, and chaſed the other to their ſhippes. They that eſcaped and got once to theyr ſhippes, ob|tayned of Makbeth for a great ſumme of golde, that ſuche of theyr freendes as were ſlaine at this laſt bickering might be buried in Saint Colmes Inche.Danes buried in S. Colmes Inche. In memorie whereof, many olde Se|pultures are yet in the ſayde Iuche, there to be ſeene grauen with the armes of the Danes, as the maner of burying noble men ſtill is, and here|tofore hath bene vſed.

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