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Compare 1587 edition: 1 But Alexander Stewarde Earle of Mar,The Earle of Mar. hauing gathered a power with all diligence to reſiſt this Donalde, mette with him at a Vil|lage called Harlow,The battell of Harlowe. and incontinently not ſtay|ing for more ayde that was commyng towardes hym, ſet on the enimies more raſhly than order|ly, and more fiercely than diſcretely, not paſſing for keeping any accuſtomed aray of battell as [figure appears here on page 373] had bin requiſite, by reaſon wherof, great ſlaugh|ter was made on eyther parte, the victory in the ende beeing ſo doubtfull,Doubtfull victory. that both partes were fayne to withdrawe out of the fielde, and flee to the nexte Mountaynes, as glad to be ſeuered the one from the other.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The number ſlayne.There was ſlayne on Donaldes parte nine hundred menne, with Makclane and Makyn|thos.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 On the Earle of Mars ſyde, there dyed A|lexander Ogiluy Sherife of Angus, with ſeuen Knightes of name, and dyuers other gentlemen, with Cummons, to the number of ſixe hun|dred.

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