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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The Engliſhmẽ deuided their army into three wards, the vantgard being led by Meiller, ruſhed forth to the hedge with ſuch violẽce, that they bare down & tore the ſame in peeces, as it had bin ſome ſtrange tempeſt of wind, & with their ſwords they made way & opened ye paſſage, not without great ſlaughter of them that ſtood there at defence a|gaynſt them.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 1 [...]5The paſſage being thus wonne, and the eni|mies put to flight on Eaſter euẽ, vpon the Tueſ|day in Eaſter weeke they came through like vic|torers vnto Lymerike, and as it was wonne vpõ a Tueſday (as before ye haue heard) ſo nowe it was likewiſe reſcued vpon a Tueſday.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The kings of [...], and [...] come to a par|ley with Rey|mond.After this, the king of Connagh, and the king of Thomond came to a parley with Reymonde about .xvj. myles diſtant from Lymerike beyond Kelleleonyne in one ſelfe day, though not togy|ther, nor in one ſelfe place. They grew in both the places to this effect in their talk, that either prince deliuering hoſtages, renued their othes of fidelitie vnto the king of Englande, and ſo in louing wife they departed eche from other.

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