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Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 3 When all things were agréed, king Henrie came to Calis, from thence to Douer;King Henrie returneth out of France in|to England. and so by easie iour|nies the one and twentith daie of Februarie to Lon|don, where he was triumphantlie receiued, and rich|lie presented, as in the chronicles of Robert Fabian it maie at large appeare. After that the king was de|parted into England, the duke of Bedford regent of France, and capteine of Calis, taried behind in the marches of Picardie, where he was informed cer|teine souldiers of Calis grudging at the restraint of woolles, began to murmur against the king and his councell, to some danger of the towne. The duke vp|on due examination had, caused diuerse to be put to death, and manie banished that towne and marches for euer.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 In the meane time,The duchesse of Bedford si|ster to the duke of Bur|gognie deceas|sed. the ladie Anne duchesse of Bedford departed this life at Paris, by whose death the fast knot of faithfull freendship betwixt the duke of Bedford and his brother in law the duke of Bur|gognie began somewhat to slacken. Shortlie after, to wit, about the beginning of the next yeare 1433, the said duke of Bedford being thus a widower, through the persuasion of the lord Lewes of Lutzenburgh bi|shop of Terwine and Elie, and chancellor of France for king Henrie, agréed to marrie the ladie Iaquet,The duke of Bedford ma|rieth with the earle of saint Paules daughter. daughter to Peter earle of saint Paule, and néece to the said bishop, and to the lord Iohn of Lutzen|burgh.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 3 4 The mariage was solemnized at Terwine with great triumph. Which ended, the duke with his new spouse (being about the age of seauenteene yeares) came vnto Calis, and so into England, from whence in the moneth of August next he returned to Paris. The duke of Burgognie, though nothing pleased EEBO page image 608 with this new aliance contracted by the duke of Bed|ford, with the house of Lutzenburgh, but yet not able to doo anie thing to let it; bicause of the mariage con|summate yer he could find any power or knowledge to hinder it. Whilest these things were a dooing, in some places the French souldiers of the Dolphins, lacking wages (as the time serued) tooke both Eng|lishmen and Burgognians, ransoming and spoi|ling them at their pleasure. Herewith the regent much mooued, prepared for warre after six moneths the truce had béene taken: and so the warre againe was renewed.

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