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Compare 1587 edition: 1 At the one ende of whiche Inſtrument, was the Earle faſtened and bounde, and ſo caryed a|boute the towne, ſometyme rayſed on high, that the people might ſee hym aloft in the ayre, and ſometyme let fal againe with a ſway downe vpõ the pauement.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 After this, beeing brought to an open place, where moſte reſort of people was, they crowned him with an hote Iron, for that (as was ſayde) a Witche had tolde him,The prophecie of a Witche. that before hys death he ſhoulde be crowned openly in ſight of the peo|ple. Through whoſe illuſion being deceyued, hee lyued vnder vayne hope to attaine the Crowne, dyrecting all hys ymaginations to compaſſe the meanes thereto. Thus was hee ſerued on the fyrſt day.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 On the ſecond, he was drawne with his com|plyces layde on Hyrdels, rounde about the towne at an horſe tayle.

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