FOURTH MESSENGER
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Sir Thomas Louell, and Lord Marquesse Dorset,Sir Thomas Lovel and Lord Marquess Dorset,R3 IV.iv.518
'Tis said, my Liege, in Yorkeshire are in Armes:'Tis said, my liege, in Yorkshire are in arms.R3 IV.iv.519
But this good comfort bring I to your Highnesse,But this good comfort bring I to your highness:R3 IV.iv.520
The Brittaine Nauie is dispers'd by Tempest.The Britain navy is dispersed by tempest;R3 IV.iv.521
Richmond in Dorsetshire sent out a BoatRichmond in Dorsetshire sent out a boatR3 IV.iv.522
Vnto the shore, to aske those on the Banks,Unto the shore to ask those on the banksR3 IV.iv.523
If they were his Assistants, yea, or no?If they were his assistants, yea or no;R3 IV.iv.524
Who answer'd him, they came from Buckingham,Who answered him they came from Buckingham,R3 IV.iv.525
Vpon his partie: he mistrusting them,Upon his party. He, mistrusting them,R3 IV.iv.526
Hoys'd sayle, and made his course againe for Brittaine.Hoised sail, and made his course again for Britain.R3 IV.iv.527
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