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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The gentlewoman with theſe continuall ſtormes heartbroken,Gennet Eu|ſtace dieth. deceaſſed in the Caſtell: from thence hir bodie was remoued to the gray Friers with the Deputie his commaundement, that it ſhould not be enterred, vntill his pleaſure were further knowne, adding withall, that the carkaſſe of one who was the mother of ſo arrant an Archtraytor, ought rather to be caſt out on a Dunghill to be carion for Rauens and Dogs to gnaw vpon, than to be layd in any Chriſtian graue. The corps lying foure or fiue dayes in this plight, at the requeſt of the Ladie Gennet Golding, wife to ſir Iohn White knight, the gouernour licenced, that it ſhould be buried.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Skeſfington deceaſed.Sir William Skeſfington a ſeuere and vp|right Gouernour dyed ſhortly after at Kilmay|nan: to whome ſucceeded Lorde Deputie the Lorde Leonard Gray,Leonard Gray Lord Deputie. who immediately vpon the taking of his othe, marched with his power towardes the confines of Mounſter, where Thomas Fitz Girald, at that tyme remayned.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Breerton ſkir|miſheth with Fitz Girald.With Fitz Giralde ſir William Breerton ſkirmiſhed ſo fiercely, as both the ſides were ra|ther for the great ſlaughter diſaduantaged, than eyther part by any great victorie furthered, Ma|ſter Brereton therefore perceyuing that rough Nettes were not the fitteſt to take ſuch peart byrdes, gaue his aduice to the Lorde Deputie to grow with Fitz Girald by faire meanes to ſome reaſonable compoſition. The Deputie liking of the motion, craued a parlee, ſending certaine of the Engliſhe as hoſtages to Thomas hys campe with a protection directed vnto him, to come and go at will and pleaſure.

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