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Compare 1587 edition: 1 EEBO page image 113 The Deputie and Ormond debate.Shortly after, ſir Anthonie Sentleger lorde Deputie, and the Earle of Ormonde fell at de|bate, inſomuch as eyther of them layde articles of treaſon one to the others charge.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The chiefe occaſion of their mutuall grudge, proceeded of certaine newe and extraordinarie impoſitions, wherewith the Deputie woulde haue charged the Subiectes. Whereat the Erle of Ormonde as a zealous defender of his coun|trey, beganne to kicke, and in no ſort coulde bee woonne to agree to any ſuch vnreaſonable de|maunde.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Herevpon Ormonde perceyuing, that the Gouernour perſiſted in his purpoſe, addreſſed Letters of complaynte to ſuche as were of the priuie Counſayle in Englande,Ormonde his [...]ters inter|cepted. whiche letters were by one of Sir Anthonie his friendes inter|cepted at Sea, and preſented to him to bee per|vſed.

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