SECOND HERALD
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Here standeth Tho: Mowbray Duke of NorfolkHere standeth Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk,R2 I.iii.110
On paine to be found false and recreant,On pain to be found false and recreant,R2 I.iii.111
Both to defend himselfe, and to approueBoth to defend himself and to approveR2 I.iii.112
Henry of Herford, Lancaster, and Derby,Henry of Hereford, Lancaster, and DerbyR2 I.iii.113
To God, his Soueraigne, and to him disloyall:To God, his sovereign, and to him disloyal,R2 I.iii.114
Couragiously, and with a free desireCourageously and with a free desireR2 I.iii.115
Attending but the signall to begin. Attending but the signal to begin.R2 I.iii.116
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