FIRST MESSENGER
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These Letters come from your Father. These letters come from your father.1H4 IV.i.14
He cannot come, my Lord, He is greeuous sicke. He cannot come, my lord, he is grievous sick.1H4 IV.i.16
His Letters beares his minde, not I his minde. His letters bear his mind, not I, my lord.1H4 IV.i.20
He did, my Lord, foure dayes ere I set forth: He did, my lord, four days ere I set forth,1H4 IV.i.22
And at the time of my departure thence, And at the time of my departure thence1H4 IV.i.23
He was much fear'd by his Physician. He was much feared by his physicians.1H4 IV.i.24
My Lord, heere are Letters for you. My lord, here are letters for you.1H4 V.ii.79
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