1 / Or, fig cakes.
2 b Communely there are no viler traitours then they, which vnder pretence of friendship accuse others.
5 c Which was a citie in the tribe of Beniamin.
7 / Ebr. man of Belial.
10 f Dauid felt that this was the judgement of God for his sinne, & therefore humbleth him selfe to his rod.
12 / Or, my teares.
16 / Let the King liue.
21 k Suspecting the change of the kingdome, and so his owne ouerthrowe, he giueth suche counsel as might moste hindre his fathers reconcilation: and also declare to the people that Absalom was in hiest autoritie.