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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Among other, deſeruing great commendation for their manhoode ſhewed in this bickering, one of Fitz Stephans ſonnes named Raufe, was highly commended.

The Engliſh men perceyuing ſuch diſloyall practiſes to bee dayly attempted agaynſt them, tooke from the Iriſh (as farre as they might) all truſt of gouernment, fenced themſelues with ga|riſons, placed Captaynes, Gouernours, and Co|neſtables euerie where within the compaſſe of theyr conqueſtes.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 But king Henrie was troubled with the re|bellion of his ſonnes, which brake forth in Aprill next after his returne forth of Ireland, that he had no leyſure to attend greatly to the doings in Ire|lande.King Henries iealouſie to|wardes Earle Strangbow. But ſtill yet his iealouſie increaſed to|wardes Earle Strangbow, whom he miſtruſted as one eaſie to be caried away by any light occa|ſion of chaunge of fortune.

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