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My Lord of Hereford, my Message is to you.My Lord of Hereford, my message is to you.R2 II.iii.69
Mistake me not, my Lord, 'tis not my meaningMistake me not, my lord. 'Tis not my meaningR2 II.iii.74
To raze one Title of your Honor out.To raze one title of your honour out.R2 II.iii.75
To you, my Lord, I come (what Lord you will)To you, my lord, I come – what lord you will – R2 II.iii.76
From the most glorious of this Land,From the most gracious regent of this land,R2 II.iii.77
The Duke of Yorke, to know what pricks you onThe Duke of York, to know what pricks you onR2 II.iii.78
To take aduantage of the absent time,To take advantage of the absent timeR2 II.iii.79
And fright our Natiue Peace with selfe-borne Armes.And fright our native peace with self-borne arms.R2 II.iii.80
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