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First pardon me, my Lord. A Hue and Cry First, pardon me, my lord. A hue and cry1H4 II.iv.492
hath followed certaine men vnto this house. Hath followed certain men unto this house.1H4 II.iv.493
One of them is well knowne, my gracious Lord, One of them is well known my gracious lord,1H4 II.iv.495
a grosse fat man. A gross fat man.1H4 II.iv.496.1
I will, my Lord: there are two Gentlemen I will, my lord. There are two gentlemen1H4 II.iv.504
Haue in this Robberie lost three hundred Markes. Have in this robbery lost three hundred marks.1H4 II.iv.505
Good Night, my Noble Lord. Good night, my noble lord.1H4 II.iv.508
Indeede, my Lord, I thinke it be two a Clocke. Indeed, my lord, I think it be two o'clock.1H4 II.iv.510
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