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Compare 1587 edition: 1 EEBO page image 458The Scottiſhe Earles and Lords accepted the Kings offer, and withall promiſed to doe their diligence to perſwade the reſt of the nobi|litie in Scotland at their cõming home: where|vpon they were licenced to depart, and ſo com|ming to Newcaſtell, remayned there with the Duke of Suffolke, then the Kings Lieutenant of the North partes, till he had receyued forthe of Scotlande certayne pledges of the chiefeſt of theſe Lordes, for performance of their promi|ſes.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 2 The Earle of Angus ſente home into Scotlande.Likewiſe the King of England ſent wyth them the Earle of Angus, and his brother Sir George Dowglas with his letters to the Go|uernoure, requeſting effectuouſly, yt they mighte be reſtored to their roomthes, lands, and poſſeſ|ſions in that Realme.1542 Theſe Lords arriuing at Edenburgh aboute the middes of Ianuary, declared to the Gouernoure their meſſage and propoſition made by the King of Englande, with ſuch efficacie, that the Gouernour beeyng perſwaded thereto by their wordes, ſente for the Lords and nobilitie of the Realme to come vn|to Edenburgh to a conuention,A conuention of the Scottiſh nobilitie. there to be hol|den the ſeauen and twentith of that preſent mo|neth, where they concluded that a Parliamente ſhoulde bee kepte in Marche next enſuing, and doubting leaſt the Cardinall (beeing there pre|ſent) ſhould goe about to perſwade the nobilitie not to conſent to their deſires, they cauſed hym to be put in warde within the Caſtell of Dal|keth, The Cardinall committed to warde. the Lord Seton being appoynted to haue the cuſtody of him.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 2 Aboute the ſame time, Sir Robert Bowes, and all other the Engliſhmen that were priſo|ners,Halden rig. and had bin taken at Halden rigge on S. Bartholmewes day (as before ye haue hearde) were ſente home by the Gouernoure into En|glande,Sir Raufe Sad|ler. and Sir Raufe Sadler was ſente Am|baſſador from King Henry vnto the ſaide Go|uernoure, and other the Lords of Scotland, and came thither before the Parliamente, to per|ſwade the Lordes to agree vnto the Kyng hys maiſters motions, trauelling ſo diligently in the matters whereabout he was thus ſent, that it was concluded by acte of Parliament to ſend Ambaſſadors into Englande,Ambaſſadors ſent into En|glande. for the better ſa|tiſfaction of King Henries deſires, and ſo the Earle of Glencarne, Sir George Dowglas, Sir William Hamilton, Sir Iames Leyr|mouth, and the Secretary being named and ap|poynted thereto, departed in the moneth of March, and comming into England vnto the King, remayned there till the latter end of Iu|ly, in which meane time, ſuche couenants, con|tracts, and promiſes were had and concluded, paſſed and ſealed interchangeably, as ſtood with the pleaſure and good liking of King Henry, ſo as the marriage was fully contracted,The [...]g confi [...] and a peare concluded for [...] yeares, by authoritie of the afore ſayd Parliament. Herewith alſo the Lorde Gouernour ſhewed himſelfe, to embrace the refourmed Religiõ, cauſing one Frier Guil|liam to Preache agaynſt Images, and ſente|leſſe [figure appears here on page 458] ceremonies, and gaue libertie that ye Bible, called the new and old Teſtamẽt, ſhould be had in Engliſhe, and vniuerſally publiſhed through the Realme of Scotlande.

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