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Compare 1577 edition: 1 Likewise there was atteinted as chéefe aiders and assistants to him in the battell at Bosworth, ad|uanced against the present king, Iohn late duke of Norfolke, Thomas earle of Surrie, Francis Louell knight vicount Louell, Walter Deuereux knight late lord Ferrers, Iohn lord Zouch, Robert Har|rington, Richard Charleton, Richard Ratcliffe, William Berkeleie of Welete, Robert Middleton, Iames Harrington, Robert Brakenberie, Thomas Pilkington, Walter Hopton, William Catesbie, Roger Wake, William Sapcote of the countie of Huntington, Humfrie Stafford, William Clerke of Wenlocke, Geffrie saint Germaine, Richard Watkins herald of armes, Richard Reuell of Der|bishire, Thomas Pulter of the countie of Kent, Iohn Welsh otherwise called Hastings, Iohn Kendall late secretarie to the said Richard late duke of Glo|cester, Iohn Bucke, Andrew Rat, and William Brampton of Burford.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 In which atteindor neuerthelesse there were di|uerse clauses and prouisos for the benefit of their wi|ues and other persons, that had or might claime anie right, title, or interest lawfullie vnto anie castels, manours, lordships, townes, towneships, honours, lands, tenements, rents, seruices, fée farmes, an|nuities, knights fees, aduousons, reuersions, remain|ders, and other hereditaments; whereof the said per|sons atteinted were possessed or seized to the vses of such other persons: with a speciall prouiso also, that the said atteindor should not be preiudiciall to Iohn Catesbie knight, Thomas Reuell, and William Ashbie esquiers, in, of, & vpon the manour of Kirke|bie vpon Wretheke in the countie of Leicester, nor EEBO page image 763 in, of, and vpon anie other lands and tenements in Kirkebie aforesaid, Melton, Somerbie, Thropsegh|field, and Godebie, which they had of the gift & feoffe|ment of Thomas Dauers, & Iohn Lie. And further, notwithstanding this atteindor, diuerse of the said persons afterwards were not onelie by the king par|doned, but also restored to their lands and liuings.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 3 Moreouer, in this present parlement, he caused proclamation to be made, that all men were pardo|ned and acquited of their offenses, which would sub|mit themselues to his mercie, and receiue an oth to be true and faithfull vnto him: wherevpon manie that came out of sanctuaries and other places were receiued to grace, and admitted for his subiects. Af|ter this, he began to remember his speciall freends, of whome some he aduanced to honour and dignitie,The king ad| [...]nceth his f [...]eends. and some he inriched with goods and possessions, eue|rie man according to his deserts and merits. And to begin, his vncle Iasper earle of Penbroke, he crea|ted duke of Bedford; Thomas lord Stanleie was created earle of Derbie; and the lord Chendew of Britaine his especiall fréend, he made earle of Bath; sir Giles Daubeneie was made lord Daubeneie; sir Robert Willoughbie was made lord Brooke. And Edward Stafford eldest sonne to Henrie late duke of Buckingham, he restored to his name, dignitie, & possessions, which by king Richard were confiscat and atteinted. Beside this, in this parlement was this notable act assented to and concluded as fol|loweth; to the pleasure of almightie God, wealth, prosperitie, and suertie of this realme of England, and to the singular comfort of all the kings subiects of the same, in auoiding all ambiguities and que|stions.

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