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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Haſthulf alſo as he woulde haue fledde to the ſhips, was ouertaken by one Manne Gliſi, and brought priſoner into the Citie.Haſtulf taken priſoner. He was at the firſt courteouſly vſed, but when he began arro|gantly to forget himſelfe, vttering certaine pre|ſumptuous ſpeeches, ſaying, well, we came now but with a ſmall power to trie what might bee done, this is but a beginning of a proufe made, for if God ſpare me life, greater attemptes ſhall follow. Theſe wordes comming to the know|ledge of Myles Cogan, hee commaunded that he ſhould forthwith be brought to a blocke, where he was puſht downe and had his head ſwapped off:His intempe|rate talke coſt him his life. and ſo for his vntemperate tongue hee loſt his life, that otherwiſe with great curteſie had bin preſerued.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 After this the Iriſhmen aſſembled theyr po|wers togyther on eche hande,Dublin be|ſieged. ſo that with an in|finit number of men they came and beſieged Du|blin, at the procuring of Laurence Archbiſhop of that Citie, who vpon a zeale to his Countreymẽ trauayled earneſtly therein.

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