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The circumstance considered, good my Lord,The circumstance considered, good my lord,1H4 I.iii.69
What euer Harry Percie then had said,Whate'er Lord Harry Percy then had said1H4 I.iii.70
To such a person, and in such a place,To such a person, and in such a place,1H4 I.iii.71
At such a time, with all the rest retold,At such a time, with all the rest retold,1H4 I.iii.72
May reasonably dye, and neuer riseMay reasonably die, and never rise1H4 I.iii.73
To do him wrong, or any way impeachTo do him wrong, or any way impeach1H4 I.iii.74
What then he said, so he vnsay it now.What then he said, so he unsay it now.1H4 I.iii.75
So hath the Businesse that I come to speake of. So hath the business that I come to speak of.1H4 III.ii.163
Lord Mortimer of Scotland hath sent word, Lord Mortimer of Scotland hath sent word1H4 III.ii.164
That Dowglas and the English Rebels met That Douglas and the English rebels met1H4 III.ii.165
The eleuenth of this moneth, at Shrewsbury: The eleventh of this month at Shrewsbury.1H4 III.ii.166
A mightie and a fearefull Head they are, A mighty and a fearful head they are,1H4 III.ii.167
(If Promises be kept on euery hand) If promises be kept on every hand,1H4 III.ii.168
As euer offered foule play in a State. As ever offered foul play in a state.1H4 III.ii.169
I come with gracious offers from the King, I come with gracious offers from the King,1H4 IV.iii.30
If you vouchsafe me hearing, and respect. If you vouchsafe me hearing and respect.1H4 IV.iii.31
And Heauen defend, but still I should stand so, And God defend but still I should stand so,1H4 IV.iii.38
So long as out of Limit, and true Rule, So long as out of limit and true rule1H4 IV.iii.39
You stand against anoynted Maiestie. You stand against anointed majesty.1H4 IV.iii.40
But to my Charge. / The King hath sent to know But to my charge. The King hath sent to know1H4 IV.iii.41
The nature of your Griefes, and whereupon The nature of your griefs, and whereupon1H4 IV.iii.42
You coniure from the Brest of Ciuill Peace, You conjure from the breast of civil peace1H4 IV.iii.43
Such bold Hostilitie, teaching his dutious Land Such bold hostility, teaching his duteous land1H4 IV.iii.44
Audacious Crueltie. If that the King Audacious cruelty. If that the King1H4 IV.iii.45
Haue any way your good Deserts forgot, Have any way your good deserts forgot,1H4 IV.iii.46
Which he confesseth to be manifold, Which he confesseth to be manifold,1H4 IV.iii.47
He bids you name your Griefes, and with all speed He bids you name your griefs, and with all speed1H4 IV.iii.48
You shall haue your desires, with interest; You shall have your desires with interest1H4 IV.iii.49
And Pardon absolute for your selfe, and these, And pardon absolute for yourself, and these1H4 IV.iii.50
Herein mis-led, by your suggestion. Herein misled by your suggestion.1H4 IV.iii.51
Tut, I came not to hear this. Tut, I came not to hear this.1H4 IV.iii.89.1
Shall I returne this answer to the King? Shall I return this answer to the King?1H4 IV.iii.106
I would you would accept of Grace and Loue. I would you would accept of grace and love.1H4 IV.iii.112
Pray Heauen you doe. Pray God you do.1H4 IV.iii.113.2
What is thy name, that in battel thus What is thy name that in the battle thus1H4 V.iii.1
yu crossest me? / What honor dost thou seeke Thou crossest me? What honour dost thou seek1H4 V.iii.2
vpon my head? Upon my head?1H4 V.iii.3.1
They tell thee true. They tell thee true.1H4 V.iii.6
I was not borne to yeeld, thou haughty Scot, I was not born a yielder, thou proud Scot,1H4 V.iii.11
And thou shalt finde a King that will reuenge And thou shalt find a king that will revenge1H4 V.iii.12
Lords Staffords death. Lord Stafford's death.1H4 V.iii.13
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