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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Not long after the battell of Harlow, Patrike Dunbar, ſeconde ſonne to the Earle of Marche, with one hundred of hardy perſons, came earely one morning ſomewhat before the breake of day to Faſt Caſtell, and wanne the ſame,Faſt Caſtell wonne. takyng the Captayne priſoner, whoſe name was Thomas Holdon.The bridge of Roxburgh broken down.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 At the ſame time, was ye bridge of Roxburgh broken downe, and the towne brent by William Dowglas of Drumlanerike, Gawayn Dunbar, another of the Earle of Marches ſonnes, and di|uers other.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 In the ſame yere,1411 (or rather in the yere before) the vniuerſitie of ſaint Androwes was firſte foũ|ded,The firſt be|ginning of the vniuerſitie of Saint An|drowes. which afterwardes was furniſhed with dy|uers notable learned men brought in and placed there by King Iames the firſte, to the ende, that by their inſtructions hys people mighte encreaſe in learning, to the further aduancemente of ver|tue, lawdable manners, and all ſortes of other ci|uill cuſtomes.

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