ENGLISH HERALD
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Reioyce you men of Angiers, ring your bels,Rejoice, you men of Angiers, ring your bells!KJ II.i.312
King Iohn, your king and Englands, doth approach,King John, your king and England's, doth approach,KJ II.i.313
Commander of this hot malicious day,Commander of this hot malicious day.KJ II.i.314
Their Armours that march'd hence so siluer bright,Their armours that marched hence so silver-brightKJ II.i.315
Hither returne all gilt with Frenchmens blood:Hither return all gilt with Frenchmen's blood.KJ II.i.316
There stucke no plume in any English Crest,There stuck no plume in any English crestKJ II.i.317
That is remoued by a staffe of France.That is removed by a staff of France;KJ II.i.318
Our colours do returne in those same handsOur colours do return in those same handsKJ II.i.319
That did display them when we first marcht forth:That did display them when we first marched forth;KJ II.i.320
And like a iolly troope of Huntsmen comeAnd like a troop of jolly huntsmen comeKJ II.i.321
Our lustie English, all with purpled hands,Our lusty English, all with purpled hands,KJ II.i.322
Dide in the dying slaughter of their foes,Dyed in the dying slaughter of their foes.KJ II.i.323
Open your gates, and giue the Victors way.Open your gates and gives the victors way.KJ II.i.324
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