FIRST WATCHMAN
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Come on my Masters, each man take his stand,Come on, my masters; each man take his stand.3H6 IV.iii.1
The King by this, is set him downe to sleepe.The King by this is set him down to sleep.3H6 IV.iii.2
Why, no: for he hath made a solemne Vow,Why, no; for he hath made a solemn vow3H6 IV.iii.4
Neuer to lye and take his naturall Rest,Never to lie and take his natural rest3H6 IV.iii.5
Till Warwicke, or himselfe, be quite supprest.Till Warwick or himself be quite suppressed.3H6 IV.iii.6
'Tis the Lord Hastings, the Kings chiefest friend.'Tis the Lord Hastings, the King's chiefest friend.3H6 IV.iii.11
Vnlesse our Halberds did shut vp his passage. Unless our halberds did shut up his passage.3H6 IV.iii.20
Who goes there?Who goes there?3H6 IV.iii.26
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