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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Heerevppon contention roſe among them within the houſe: for whereas the more part of thẽ hauing not ſerued in any iourney or exploit againſt ye King before that time, would needes yeelde, the other, beeyng the leſſe number, were not able to defend it of themſelues, wher|vpon they were ready to drawe their weapons one againſt another, but yet in the ende they al agreed to ſurrender the houſe, and yeelded them ſelues,Puſlay is ſur|rendred to the Regent. vpon ſuch condition as the Regente had preſcribed, wherevpon fyue of them were exe|cuted, and all the reſt were pardoned of theyr liues, the Captayne Iohn Hamilton, Lard of Coughnall and his two breethren excepted, who were ſente to the Caſtell of Glaſquho, there to remayne in priſon, and ſhortly after the ſayd Iohn Hamilton was executed.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 1571In Marche following, the Regent returned to Glaſquho, and for that the Earles of Caſſill and Eglenton refuſed to ſhew themſelues obe|dient to the King, and woulde not come into the Regent, who had ſente for them by letters, at ſundrye tymes, the Regent gathered his po|wer at Glaſquho, and with the ſame marched towards Vrwin and Air, and ſo forward to the Earle of Caſſils Countrey,The Regent goeth againſte the Earle of Caſtels. who hearing of the Regents comming, ſent forth his brother to offer his ſubmiſſion, wherevpon it was conclu|ded that the meſſenger ſhoulde remayne wyth the Regente as pledge for his brother by the ſpace of twenty dayes, and then the ſaide Earle to make his appearance before the Regente at Striueling, to aunſwere ſuch matters as ſhuld be layd to his charge.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The ſame time alſo the Earle of Eglenton layd his hande in alſo to appeare and aunſwere in like ſort, and as well the one as the other ac|cording to their aſſurance giuen, appeared at the day appointed, but yet not agreeing to ſuch articles as were required of them, they were both committed to priſon, the one in the Ca|ſtell of Dunbretayne,

The Earles of Caſsils and Eglenton committed towarde.

A truce for twenty dayes.

and the other in the Ca|ſtell of Downe.

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