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Compare 1587 edition: 1 King Iames deſirous to purge his realme of vn|ruly perſons.King Iames in this ſort did what in him lay to bring the Realme of Scotlande in ſuch quiet tranquilitie, that (in purging the ſame of all of|fenders, and ſuche as liued by reife and robbing) paſſengers by the highe wayes might trauaile without dread of anye euill diſpoſed perſons to moleſt them.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 An ordinance for meaſures.He cauſed alſo the Baylyfes and Prouoſts of good townes to ſee that iuſt meaſures were vſed by all maner of buyers and ſellers, and none to be occupied, but ſuche as were ſigned with the note and marke of the ſayde Baylifes or Prouoſtes.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Caſtels repay|red and mu|nited.Moreouer he repayred and fortified the Ca|ſtelles and fortreſſes of his Realme, and ſtuffed them with ſuch ordinance and munition as was thought expedient.

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