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Compare 1577 edition: 1 Some wri|ters haue re|corded that duke Henrie should pre|sentlie by this agréement en|ioy halfe the realme of England.1 That king Stephan, during his naturall life, should remaine king of England, and Henrie the empresses sonne should enioy the dukedome of Nor|mandie, and be proclaimed heire apparant to suc|céed in and haue the regiment of England, after the deceasse of Stephan.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 That such noble men, and other, which had held either with the one partie or the other, during the time of the ciuill warres, should be in no danger for the same, but enioy their lands, possessions and liuings, according to their ancient rights and titles.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 3 That the king should resume and take into his hands againe, all such portions and parcels of inhe|ritance belonging to the crowne, as he had giuen a|way, or were otherwise vsurped by any maner of person, and that all those possessions which by any in|trusion had béene violentlie taken from the right owners, since the daies of king Henrie, should be re|stored to them that were rightlie possessed in the same by the daies of the said king.

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