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Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 3 4 The earle put there in garrison fresh and valiant souldiers, and appointed capteine there, sir Iohn Aubemond. ¶ In the same towne (whether by infec|tion of aire, or by corrupt vittels, which the townes|men did eat) a great pestilence shortlie after happe|ned, which consumed within a small time two parts of the people. The earle of saint Paule, and the lord Willoughbie returning backe to the regent, were ioifullie receiued, and within a while after, the earle departed from Paris to laie siege to the castell of Mouchas.The lord of saint Paule deceassed. But being incamped néere the towne of Blangie, he by a sudden maladie departed this life, the last of August, leauing his seigniories to Lewes de Lutzenburgh his sonne and heire. Bicause this dead earle was father in law to the regent, solemne obsequies were kept for him both in Paris and in London.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 In the meane season, Anno Reg. [...] the Frenchmen entering into high Burgognie, burnt, tooke, and destroied di|uerse townes; wherevpon the Burgognians assem|bled a great armie, both to reuenge their quarrels, and to recouer their townes taken from them. To whome as to his freends the duke of Bedford sent the lord Willoughbie, and sir Thomas Kiriell, with a conuenient number of souldiers, which entering in|to the lands of Laonnois, were incountered with a great power of their enimies. But after long fight, the Frenchmen were ouerthrowne, and of them left dead in the field an hundred and sixtie horssemen, be|side prisoners,Prisoners killed. which after vpon vrgent cause were all killed.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 3 Whilest these things happened thus in France, Iohn lord Talbot gathered togither a crue of chosen men of warre in England, The lord Talbot s [...]|leth into France. to the number of eight hundred, and sailed into Normandie, and passed by Rone to Paris. In his waie he tooke the strong ca|stell of Ioing betwéene Beauuois and Gisours, and EEBO page image 609 caused all the Frenchmen within to be taken and hanged, and after raced and defaced the castell. After he had rested himselfe a while at Paris, and taken aduise with the councell there, what waie it should be best for him to take, without prolonging time; he with the lord de Lisle Adam and others, departed from thence, hauing in their retinues sixtéene hun|dred men of [...]. And comming to the castell of [...] vpon Oise, whereof was capteine sir A| [...]adour de Uignoils brother to the Hire, they found it abandoned by them that had it in kéeping, who were withdrawne to the towne of Creill.

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