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Compare 1587 edition: 1 [...]eſion to [...] with [...]ours.Item it was agreed, that there ſhoulde re|mayne ſtill in the Ile of Inſkith threeſcore Frenchmenne, and as manye in the Caſtell of Dunbar, to keepe (as it were) poſſeſſion to the Queenes vſe.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The whole number of the Frenchmenne (a few except that paſſed through England) went aboorde the Engliſh Shippes in Iuly,The Frenche|men departe [...] Scot| [...]e. and ſay|led into Fraunce, and in companye with them went the Biſhop of Glaſquo and the Lord Se|ton. The Engliſhmen departed alſo, & in their way cauſed the forte of Dunbar to be raſed, as by the agreemente of the peace it was appoyn|ted.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Parliament.A Parliamente holden in Auguſt, and the acte of obliuion ratified by the eſtates, and a cõ|feſſion of faith publiſhed in the ſame: [...]feſſion of [...] it was cõ|cluded alſo to ſend Ambaſſadors into Englãd, which was done.

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