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How is it with our Generall?How is it with our general?Cor V.vi.10.1
So he did my Lord:So he did, my lord;Cor V.vi.41.2
The Army marueyl'd at it, and in the last,The army marvelled at it. And, in the last,Cor V.vi.42
When he had carried Rome, and that we look'dWhen we had carried Rome and that we lookedCor V.vi.43
For no lesse Spoile, then Glory.For no less spoil than glory – Cor V.vi.44.1
Your Natiue Towne you enter'd like a Poste,Your native town you entered like a post,Cor V.vi.50
And had no welcomes home, but he returnesAnd had no welcomes home; but he returnsCor V.vi.51
Splitting the Ayre with noyse.Splitting the air with noise.Cor V.vi.52.1
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Let him dye for't.Let him die for't.Cor V.vi.120.2
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Kill, kill, kill, kill, kill him.Kill, kill, kill, kill, kill him!Cor V.vi.131
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