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Compare 1577 edition: 1 Howbeit the archbishop of Canturburie persi|sting still in his opinion, Ger. Dor. was forsaken of diuerse of the bishops, who throgh feare durst not stand against their princes pleasure. But the archbishop, when he perceiued how the matter went, & that all the blame was like to light and rest on his shoulders,The archbi|shop of Can|turburie flieth out of the realme. he got himselfe by a maruellous hap ouer the Thames, and with spéed riding to Douer, passed the sea, to auoid both the fathers and sonnes reuengefull displeasure. Herevpon the king seized into his hands all the lands & possessions that belonged to the archbishop.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 This yeare quéene Maud wife to king Stephan departed this life at Hangey castell, Matth. Paris. Ger. Dor. that belonged to earle Alberike de Uéer, about the third daie of Maie, and was buried in the abbeie of Feuersham, which she with hir husband king Stephan had latelie founded.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 This yeare through great and immoderate raine that fell in the summer, the growing of corne was so hindred, that a great death of people insued.

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