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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Iuſtice mini|ſtred without reſpect of per|ſons.He cauſed to be ſlaine ſundry Thanes as of Eathnes, Sutherland, Stranauerne, and Ros, bicauſe through thẽ and their ſeditious attẽpts, much trouble dayly roſe in the realme.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 He appeaſed the troubleſome ſtate of Gallo|way, and ſlewe one Makgill a tyraunt, who had many yeares before paſſed nothing of the regall authoritie or power. To be briefe, ſuch were the woorthy doings and princely acts of this Mak|beth in the adminiſtration of the realme, that if he had attayned therevnto by rightfull meanes, and continued in vprightneſſe of iuſtice as he be|gan, till the ende of his reygne, he might well haue bene numbred amongſt the moſte noble princes that any where had reygned.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 He made many holeſome lawes & ſtatutes for the publike weale of his ſubiectes,Lawes made by king Mak|beth. diuers of the whiche I haue here ſet foorth, according as I finde them in Hector Boetius.

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