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Compare 1587 edition: 1 After ſhe had talked thus a good while with many teares, ſhee deſired the Lordes to forgiue hir in any thing wherein ſhe had offended anye of them during the time of hir beeing in Scot|lande, whiche they gladly ſeemed to doe: and on the other parte ſhee forgaue them with all hir heart (as it appared) all offences which they had committed againſt hir, and thus diuers of them weeping, ſhee tooke euery of them by the hande,The Queene taketh hir leaue. and ſo they taking leaue of hir departed, and re|turned into Edenburgh, and to their Campe.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 2 Whileſt the ſiege thus lay before the Towne of Leith, diuers great troubles roſe in ſundrye partes of the Realme, and ſpecially betwixt the Erle of Huntley, and the Erle of Atholl,The Earle of Huntley and Atholl are at variance. ſo that there was taking of Priſoners, and ouerthro|wing of houſes on either part, and greate pre|paration made, and armies put in a readineſſe to inuade either others Countreys:The matter is pacified. but this bu|ſines was pacified by the trauaile and good me|diation of Maiſter Alexander Gordõ, then Po|ſtulat of Galloway, Maiſter Iohn Leſlie, of|ficiall of Aberdene, and William Leſlie, the yõg Lard of Buchquhane, who agreed thẽ for all matters in controuerſie, and cauſed them to goe to eyther others houſe.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The ſame time,The Caſtell of Roſſe taken. one Maiſter Donald Fra|ſher, Archdeacon of Roſſe, tooke the Byſhoppes Caſtell of the Chanourie of Roſſe, and kept the ſame againſte Maiſter Henrye Sincleir, then Biſhop there, and the chiefeſt men of authoritie in that Dioceſſe, as Machenȝee, Balnagoun, Foulis, and the Sheriffe Tramercy, who aſſẽ|bled aboute the ſame, and beſieged the Caſtell,The Caſtell is beſieged. where great force was vſed, both by them with|out to winne it, and of them within to defende it.

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