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Reioyce my Lord, ascend the imperial throneRejoice, my lord! Ascend the imperial throne!E3 V.i.176
The mightie and redoubted prince of Wales,The mighty and redoubted Prince of Wales,E3 V.i.177
Great seruitor to bloudie Mars in armes,Great servitor to bloody Mars in arms,E3 V.i.178
The French mans terror and his countries fame,The Frenchman's terror and his country's fame,E3 V.i.179
Triumphant rideth like a Romane peere,Triumphant rideth like a Roman peer,E3 V.i.180
and lowly at his stirop comes a footAnd, lowly at his stirrup, comes afootE3 V.i.181
King Iohn of France, together with his sonne,King John of France, together with his son,E3 V.i.182
In captiue bonds, whose diadem he bringsIn captive bonds; whose diadem he bringsE3 V.i.183
To crowne thee with, and to proclaime thee kingTo crown thee with, and to proclaim thee king.E3 V.i.184
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