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All Lords. ALL LORDS
You are most welcome home.You are most welcome home.Cor V.vi.61.1
All. ALL
We haue.We have.Cor V.vi.63.2
And greeue to heare't:And grieve to hear't.Cor V.vi.63.3
What faults he made before the last, I thinkeWhat faults he made before the last, I thinkCor V.vi.64
Might haue found easie Fines: But there to endMight have found easy fines. But there to endCor V.vi.65
Where he was to begin, and giue awayWhere he was to begin, and give awayCor V.vi.66
The benefit of our Leuies, answering vsThe benefit of our levies, answering usCor V.vi.67
With our owne charge: making a Treatie, whereWith our own charge, making a treaty whereCor V.vi.68
There was a yeelding; this admits no excuse.There was a yielding – this admits no excuse.Cor V.vi.69
Peace both, and heare me speake.Peace, both, and hear me speak.Cor V.vi.111
Lords. LORDS
Hold, hold, hold, hold.Hold, hold, hold, hold!Cor V.vi.132
O Tullus.O Tullus!Cor V.vi.133.2
Beare from hence his body,Bear from hence his body,Cor V.vi.143.2
And mourne you for him. Let him be regardedAnd mourn you for him. Let him be regardedCor V.vi.144
As the most Noble Coarse, that euer HeraldAs the most noble corse that ever heraldCor V.vi.145
Did follow to his Vrne.Did follow to his urn.Cor V.vi.146.1
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