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Compare 1587 edition: 1 And foraſmuch as he knewe that the Biſhop was one that might doe much with king Henrie, who highly fauored him for his ſingular wiſdom, and learning, he deſired him to be a meane to fur|ther his ſute, which if it were obteyned, he truſted ſhould highly redounde to the honour and wealth of both the Realmes.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Biſhop conſidering herein as muche as the king was able to tell him, did not onely pro|miſe to doe all that in him lay, but alſo encoura|ged him to ſende his Orators with all ſpeede, truſting that they ſhould reteyne a right toward|ly anſwere.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 EEBO page image 412King Iames following the Biſhops aduiſe, anone after his returne into Englande, [...]mbaſſadors [...]nt into Eng| [...]nde. ſent cer|taine perſons Ambaſſadours vnto King Henry, to moue him to the effect aboue mentioned.

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