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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Truce betwixt the Scots and Hollanders for terme of one hundred yere.The Mariners were drowned, and the ſhips burnt. Through which loſſe, the Hollanders be|ing ſore abaſhed, fell to a compoſition wyth him, and tooke truce with the Scottes for an hun|dred yeares.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 This Earle of Mar ſo long as he lyued had the gouernaunce of the North partes of Scot|lande vnder king Iames the firſt, for he was a right prudent perſon, aſwell in warlike enterpri|ſes, as in ciuill adminiſtration.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Stood Mares brought out of Hungarie into Scotlande for breede.He brought forth of Hungarie ſundrie great Horſes and Mares for generation, that by ſuche meanes the countrey might be prouided of great horſes of their own race, where til that time there was none bred within Scotland, but ſmal nags, more meet to ſerue for iourneying hackneis than for any ſeruice in the warres.

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