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Madam, what makes you in this sodain change?Madam, what makes you in this sudden change?3H6 IV.iv.1
What losse of some pitcht battell / Against Warwicke?What! Loss of some pitched battle against Warwick?3H6 IV.iv.4
Then is my Soueraigne slaine?Then is my sovereign slain?3H6 IV.iv.6
These Newes I must confesse are full of greefe,These news, I must confess, are full of grief;3H6 IV.iv.13
Yet gracious Madam, beare it as you may,Yet, gracious madam, bear it as you may;3H6 IV.iv.14
Warwicke may loose, that now hath wonne the day.Warwick may lose, that now hath won the day.3H6 IV.iv.15
But Madam, / Where is Warwicke then become?But, madam, where is Warwick then become?3H6 IV.iv.25
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