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Here is the Indictment of the good Lord Hastings,This is the indictment of the good Lord Hastings,R3 III.vi.1
Which in a set Hand fairely is engross'd,Which in a set hand fairly is engrossedR3 III.vi.2
That it may be to day read o're in Paules.That it may be today read o'er in Paul's.R3 III.vi.3
And marke how well the sequell hangs together:And mark how well the sequel hangs together.R3 III.vi.4
Eleuen houres I haue spent to write it ouer,Eleven hours I have spent to write it over,R3 III.vi.5
For yester-night by Catesby was it sent me,For yesternight by Catesby was it sent me;R3 III.vi.6
The Precedent was full as long a doing,The precedent was full as long a-doing;R3 III.vi.7
And yet within these fiue houres Hastings liu'd,And yet within these five hours Hastings lived,R3 III.vi.8
Vntainted, vnexamin'd, free, at libertie.Untainted, unexamined, free, at liberty.R3 III.vi.9
Here's a good World the while. / Who is so grosse, Here's a good world the while! Who is so grossR3 III.vi.10
that cannot see this palpable deuice?That cannot see this palpable device?R3 III.vi.11
Yet who so bold, but sayes he sees it not?Yet who's so bold but says he sees it not?R3 III.vi.12
Bad is the World, and all will come to nought,Bad is the world, and all will come to naughtR3 III.vi.13
When such ill dealing must be seene in thought. When such ill dealing must be seen in thought.R3 III.vi.14
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