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Heere most gracious Liege.Here, most gracious liege.R3 V.iii.4.2
We must both giue and take my louing Lord.We must both give and take, my loving lord.R3 V.iii.6
Six or seuen thousand is their vtmost power.Six or seven thousand is their utmost power.R3 V.iii.10
I go my Lord.I go, my lord.R3 V.iii.55
I warrant you my Lord. I warrant you, my lord.R3 V.iii.57
Arme, arme, my Lord: the foe vaunts in the field.Arm, arm, my lord; the foe vaunts in the field.R3 V.iii.289
A good direction warlike Soueraigne,A good direction, warlike sovereign.R3 V.iii.303
This found I on my Tent this Morning.This found I on my tent this morning.R3 V.iii.304
My Lord, the Enemy is past the Marsh:My lord, the enemy is past the marsh.R3 V.iii.346
After the battaile, let George Stanley dye.After the battle let George Stanley die.R3 V.iii.347
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