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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Thomas Fitz Giralde fledde to the grey Fri|ers in Sainte Frauncis his ſtreete,Thomas Fitz Girald fleeth. there coucht that nyghte, vnknowen to the Citie, vntyll the next morning, hee ſtale priuily to his armye not farre off, who ſtoode in wonderfull feare, that he was apprehended.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Thomas hys courage by thys late ouer|throwe, ſomewhat cooled, and alſo beeyng aſ|ſuredly tolde, that a fleete was eſpyed a farre off, bearyng full ſayle towardes the coaſt of Irelande, hee was ſoone entreated, hauyng ſo manye irons in the fyre, to take egges for hys money: and wythall, hauyng no forrayne ſuccoure, eyther from Paulus tertius, or Charles the fyft, whyche dayly hee expected, hee was ſore quayled, beeyng of hymſelfe, though ſtrong in number of Souldyers, yet vnfurniſhed of ſufficiente munition and artillerie, to ſtande and wythſtande the Kyng hys army in a pitcht fielde, or a mayne battaile.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Vppon thys and other conſiderations, to make as fayre weather as hee coulde, hee ſente Iames Delahyde, Lime of the knocke,




Trauerſe field.

Willi|am Bath of Dollardeſtowne, Doctor Tra|uerſe, Thomas Fielde of Payneſtowne, as meſ|ſengers to the Citizens, to treate with them of a truce, who beeyng let in at the newe gate, re|payred to William Kelly his houſe, where mai|ſter Maior and hys breethren were aſſem|bled.

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