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Then Warwicke disanulls great Iohn of Gaunt,Then Warwick disannuls great John of Gaunt,3H6 III.iii.81
Which did subdue the greatest part of Spaine;Which did subdue the greatest part of Spain;3H6 III.iii.82
And after Iohn of Gaunt, Henry the Fourth,And, after John of Gaunt, Henry the Fourth,3H6 III.iii.83
Whose Wisdome was a Mirror to the wisest:Whose wisdom was a mirror to the wisest;3H6 III.iii.84
And after that wise Prince, Henry the Fift,And, after that wise prince, Henry the Fifth,3H6 III.iii.85
Who by his Prowesse conquered all France:Who by his prowess conquered all France – 3H6 III.iii.86
From these, our Henry lineally descends.From these our Henry lineally descends.3H6 III.iii.87
Why Warwicke, canst thou speak against thy Liege,Why, Warwick, canst thou speak against thy liege,3H6 III.iii.95
Whom thou obeyd'st thirtie and six yeeres,Whom thou obeyed'st thirty-and-six years,3H6 III.iii.96
And not bewray thy Treason with a Blush?And not bewray thy treason with a blush?3H6 III.iii.97
Call him my King, by whose iniurious doomeCall him my king by whose injurious doom3H6 III.iii.101
My elder Brother, the Lord Aubrey VereMy elder brother, the Lord Aubrey Vere,3H6 III.iii.102
Was done to death? and more then so, my Father,Was done to death? And more than so, my father,3H6 III.iii.103
Euen in the downe-fall of his mellow'd yeeres,Even in the downfall of his mellowed years,3H6 III.iii.104
When Nature brought him to the doore of Death?When nature brought him to the door of death?3H6 III.iii.105
No Warwicke, no: while Life vpholds this Arme,No, Warwick, no; while life upholds this arm,3H6 III.iii.106
This Arme vpholds the House of Lancaster.This arm upholds the house of Lancaster.3H6 III.iii.107
I like it well, that our faire Queene and MistrisI like it well that our fair Queen and mistress3H6 III.iii.167
Smiles at her newes, while Warwicke frownes at his.Smiles at her news, while Warwick frowns at his.3H6 III.iii.168
What now remaines my Lords for vs to do,What now remains, my lords, for us to do3H6 IV.iii.61
But march to London with our Soldiers?But march to London with our soldiers?3H6 IV.iii.62
I: for if Edward re-possesse the Crowne,Ay, for if Edward repossess the crown,3H6 IV.vi.99
'Tis like that Richmond, with the rest, shall downe.'Tis like that Richmond with the rest shall down.3H6 IV.vi.100
And thus I seale my truth, and bid adieu.And thus I seal my truth and bid adieu.3H6 IV.viii.29
Oxford, Oxford, for Lancaster.Oxford, Oxford, for Lancaster!3H6 V.i.59
Away, away, to meet the Queenes great power.Away, away, to meet the Queen's great power.3H6 V.ii.50
Women and Children of so high a courage,Women and children of so high a courage,3H6 V.iv.50
And Warriors faint, why 'twere perpetuall shame.And warriors faint! Why, 'twere perpetual shame.3H6 V.iv.51
Oh braue young Prince: thy famous GrandfatherO brave young Prince! Thy famous grandfather3H6 V.iv.52
Doth liue againe in thee; long may'st thou liue,Doth live again in thee; long mayst thou live3H6 V.iv.53
To beare his Image, and renew his Glories.To bear his image and renew his glories!3H6 V.iv.54
I thought no lesse: it is his Policie,I thought no less; it is his policy3H6 V.iv.62
To haste thus fast, to finde vs vnprouided.To haste thus fast to find us unprovided.3H6 V.iv.63
Here pitch our Battaile, hence we will not budge.Here pitch our battle; hence we will not budge.3H6 V.iv.66
For my part, Ile not trouble thee with words.For my part I'll not trouble thee with words.3H6 V.v.5