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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Earle of Murrey and the reſte of the Lordes beeyng wyth hym, hearyng EEBO page image 502 the preparation that was made agaynſt them, and perceyuing themſelues not able to reſiſte, thought good euery of thẽ to ſeke ſome particu|lar meane,Pardon is cra|ued and ob|teyned. to obteyn remiſſion at the Queenes hands, which they obteyned all of them, except the erle of Morton, the Lords Ruthuen, Lind|ſey, and ſuche other as were wyth them at the ſlaughter of Dauid Richeo.The murthe|rers are ex|cepted. Wherevpõ they di|ſpairing of pardon, fled into England, where the Lorde Ruthuen died at Newcaſtell ſhortly after as in place ye ſhall heare.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Earle of Lennox beeyng partaker with them,Many par|doned. came to Dunbar, and gote par|don: the Earle of Glencarne and the Liarde of Cunningham head came thither alſo, and were pardoned.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Likewiſe the Earle of Rothes purchaſed his pardon the ſame time.

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