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Compare 1577 edition: 1 King [...] in the mean [...] while su [...]dued certeine rebels in Gascoin [...], and returning into Normandie, built a goodlie towne and fortresse neere to Haie de [...].

Compare 1577 edition: 1 About the same time one Haruey de Yuon, Haruey de Yuon. who had married the daughter of one William Goieth, (that died in his iournie which he tooke into the holie land) deliuered certeine castels into the hands of king Henrie, bicause he was in despaire to keepe them against Theobald earle of Chartres, who through the French kings aid, sought to dispossesse him of the same castels: wherevpon the war was renewed be|twixt the king of England and the said earle of Char|tres. EEBO page image 76 Neuerthelesse king Henrie making no great accompt of those wars, went into Britaine with his sonne Geffrey, where going about the countrie to visit the cities and townes, he reformed many disor|ders, laieng as it were a maner of a new foundati|on of things there, fortifieng the castels, cities and townes, and communing in courteous manner with the lords and péeres of the countrie, sought to win their good wils: and so in such exercises he spent a great part of the time.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 Anno Reg. 16. 1170He kept his Christmasse at Nauntes, whither all the great lords and barons of Britaine resorted to him. The solemnitie of which feast being past, he en|tred into the lands of earle Eudo, and wasted the same, till the said earle submitted himself. At length, after the king had taken order for the good gouerne|ment of Normandie, and his other countries on that side the sea, he returned into England in the first wéeke of March, but not without great danger, by reason of a tempest that tooke him on the seas, begin|ning about midnight, and not ceassing till 9. of the clocke in the morning, about which houre he came on land at Portesmouth, not with many of his ships, the rest being tossed and driuen to séeke succour in sun|drie créeks and hauens of the land, and one of them which was the cheefest and newest, was lost in the middle of the flouds, togither with 400. persons, men & women: among whome was Henrie de Aguell with two of his sons, Gilbert Sullemuy, and Rafe Beumount the kings physician & houshold seruant.

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