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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Priuiledges graunted to the vniuerſitie of S. AndrowesHee graunted alſo ſundrie priuiledges and great liberties to the vniuerſitie of Saint An|drowes, to the high aduauncement thereof, and was oftentymes himſelfe preſent at theyr diſ|putations, taking great pleaſure therein.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Suche as were knowne to bee learned men, and were preſented to him by the Vniuerſitie, he preferred to great benefices and other eccleſiaſti|cal lyuings, ſtyll as the ſame chaunced to bee vacant.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 By ſuche meanes, all maner of vertue and good learning encreaſed dayly through the realme during his time,Organes brought into Scotlande. and namely Muſicke was had in great price, which he appoynted to bee vſed in Churches with Organes, the which before hys time were not muche knowne amongeſt the Scottiſh men.

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