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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Lord D'obigny tooke a ſickneſſe and died thereof at Corſtorphyn, in the Moneth of Iune,The Lorde Obignie died. and cauſed his heart to be ſent vnto Saint Nini|ans in Galloway, bycauſe he had vowed a pyl|grimage thither whileſt he remayned the French kings lieutenant in Naples, where he had atchie|ued many high enterpriſes agaynſt his enimies. His name was Bernard Steward, lieutenant of thoſe men of warre whiche Charles the .viij. of that name king of Fraunce did ſend with Henrie Erle of Richmond into England, when ye ſame Erle came againſt king Richard, whom he van|quiſhed, and therby got the Crowne. And ſo after many noble victories and valiant acts atchieued, this Lorde D'obigny ended his life in his owne countrey of Scotland where he was borne.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 This yeare alſo in May and Iune,This was the king himſelfe. there was kept great Iuſtes and tourneys in Edenbourgh, by one calling himſelfe the wilde knight, who counterfeyted the round table.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 There were diuers Ambaſſadors ſent forth this yeare alſo,Ambaſſages ſent. as the Archdeacon of Saint An|drows, and ſir Anthonie Darcie into France, and the Biſhop of Murrey into England.

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