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If I be not, Heauens be reueng'd on me.If I be not, heavens be revenged on me!3H6 I.i.57
Well hast thou spoken, Cousin be it so.Well hast thou spoken, cousin; be it so.3H6 I.i.66
Yes Warwicke, I remember it to my griefe,Yes, Warwick, I remember it to my grief;3H6 I.i.93
And by his Soule, thou and thy House shall rue it.And, by his soul, thou and thy house shall rue it.3H6 I.i.94
Plantagenet, for all the Clayme thou lay'st,Plantagenet, for all the claim thou layest,3H6 I.i.152
Thinke not, that Henry shall be so depos'd.Think not that Henry shall be so deposed.3H6 I.i.153
Thou art deceiu'd: / 'Tis not thy Southerne powerThou art deceived; 'tis not thy southern power3H6 I.i.155
Of Essex, Norfolke, Suffolke, nor of Kent,Of Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, nor of Kent,3H6 I.i.156
Which makes thee thus presumptuous and prowd,Which makes thee thus presumptuous and proud,3H6 I.i.157
Can set the Duke vp in despight of me.Can set the Duke up in despite of me.3H6 I.i.158
Nor I.Nor I.3H6 I.i.181
Be thou a prey vnto the House of Yorke,Be thou a prey unto the house of York,3H6 I.i.185
And dye in Bands, for this vnmanly deed.And die in bands for this unmanly deed!3H6 I.i.186
Yeeld to our mercy, proud Plantagenet.Yield to our mercy, proud Plantagenet.3H6 I.iv.30
Hold Clifford, doe not honor him so much,Hold, Clifford! Do not honour him so much3H6 I.iv.54
To prick thy finger, though to wound his heart.To prick thy finger, though to wound his heart.3H6 I.iv.55
What valour were it, when a Curre doth grinne,What valour were it, when a cur doth grin,3H6 I.iv.56
For one to thrust his Hand betweene his Teeth,For one to thrust his hand between his teeth,3H6 I.iv.57
When he might spurne him with his Foot away?When he might spurn him with his foot away?3H6 I.iv.58
It is Warres prize, to take all Vantages,It is war's prize to take all vantages;3H6 I.iv.59
And tenne to one, is no impeach of Valour.And ten to one is no impeach of valour.3H6 I.iv.60
So doth the Connie struggle in the Net.So doth the cony struggle in the net.3H6 I.iv.62
What would your Grace haue done vnto him now?What would your grace have done unto him now?3H6 I.iv.65
Beshrew me, but his passions moues me so,Beshrew me, but his passions moves me so3H6 I.iv.150
That hardly can I check my eyes from Teares.That hardly can I check my eyes from tears.3H6 I.iv.151
Had he been slaughter-man to all my Kinne,Had he been slaughter-man to all my kin,3H6 I.iv.169
I should not for my Life but weepe with him,I should not for my life but weep with him,3H6 I.iv.170
To see how inly Sorrow gripes his Soule.To see how inly sorrow gripes his soul.3H6 I.iv.171
Be it with resolution then to fight.Be it with resolution then to fight.3H6 II.ii.77
No, nor your manhood that durst make you stay.No, nor your manhood that durst make you stay.3H6 II.ii.108
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