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Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 After this great victorie, king Edward rode to Yorke, where he was with all solemnitie receiued; and first he caused the heads of his father, the earle of Salisburie, and other his freends, to be taken from the gates, and to be buried with their bodies: and there he caused the earle of Deuonshire, and thrée o|ther to be beheaded, and set their heads in the same place.King Henrie withdraweth to Berwike, & from thence into Scot|land. King Henrie, after he heard of the irrecouer|able losse of his armie, departed incontinentlie with his wife and sonne to the towne of Berwike, and lea|uing the duke of Summerset there, went into Scot|land, and comming to the king of Scots, required of him and his councell, aid, and comfort.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 3 4 The yoong king of Scots, lamenting the misera|ble state of king Henrie, comforted him with faire words and friendlie promises, and assigned to him a competent pension to liue on, during his abode in Scotland. King Henrie, in recompense of this cour|tesie and friendship, deliuered to the king of Scots the towne of Berwike, whereof he had got possessi|on. He faithfullie supported the part of king Henrie, and concluded a mariage betwixt his sister, and the yoong prince of Wales, but the same was neuer con|summate, as after ye shall heare. When king Henrie was somwhat setled in the relme of Scotland,Queene Mar|garet with hir sonne goeth into France. he sent his wife and his sonne into France to king Reiner hir father, trusting by his aid and succour to assemble an armie, and once againe to recouer his right and dignitie: but he in the meane time made his aboad in Scotland, to see what waie his friends in England would studie for his restitution.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 The quéene being in France, did obteine of the yoong French king then Lewes the eleuenth, that all hir husbands friends, and those of the Lancastriall band, might safelie and suerlie haue resort into anie part of the realme of France, prohibiting all other of the contrarie faction anie accesse, or repaire into that countrie. ¶Thus ye haue heard, how king Hen|rie the sixt, after he had reigned eight and thirtie yeares & od moneths, was driuen out of this realme. But now leauing him with the princes of his part, consulting togither in Scotland, and queene Marga|ret his wife gathering of men in France, I will re|turne where I left, to proceed with the dooings of king Edward.

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