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Master Hume, we are therefore prouided: Master Hume, we are therefore provided.2H6 I.iv.3
will her Ladyship behold and heare our Exorcismes?Will her ladyship behold and hear our exorcisms?2H6 I.iv.4
I haue heard her reported to be a Woman ofI have heard her reported to be a woman of2H6 I.iv.6
an inuincible spirit: but it shall be conuenient, Masteran invincible spirit; but it shall be convenient, Master2H6 I.iv.7
Hume, that you be by her aloft, while wee be busie below; Hume, that you be by her aloft, while we be busy below;2H6 I.iv.8
and so I pray you goe in Gods Name, and leaue vs.and so I pray you go in God's name, and leave us.2H6 I.iv.9
Mother Iordan, be you prostrate, and grouell on theMother Jourdain, be you prostrate and grovel on the2H6 I.iv.10
Earth; Iohn Southwell reade you, and let vs to our worke.earth. John Southwell, read you; and let us to our work.2H6 I.iv.11
Patience, good Lady, Wizards know their times:Patience, good lady; wizards know their times.2H6 I.iv.14
Deepe Night, darke Night, the silent of the Night,Deep night, dark night, the silent of the night,2H6 I.iv.15
The time of Night when Troy was set on fire,The time of night when Troy was set on fire,2H6 I.iv.16
The time when Screech-owles cry, and Bandogs howle,The time when screech-owls cry and ban-dogs howl,2H6 I.iv.17
And Spirits walke, and Ghosts breake vp their Graues;And spirits walk, and ghosts break up their graves,2H6 I.iv.18
That time best fits the worke we haue in hand.That time best fits the work we have in hand.2H6 I.iv.19
Madame, sit you, and feare not: whom wee rayse,Madam, sit you and fear not. Whom we raise2H6 I.iv.20
Wee will make fast within a hallow'd Verge.We will make fast within a hallowed verge.2H6 I.iv.21
First of the King: What shall of him become? First, of the King: what shall of him become?2H6 I.iv.28
What fates await the Duke of Suffolke?What fates await the Duke of Suffolk?2H6 I.iv.31
What shall befall the Duke of Somerset?What shall befall the Duke of Somerset?2H6 I.iv.33
Discend to Darknesse, and the burning Lake:Descend to darkness and the burning lake!2H6 I.iv.38
False Fiend auoide.False fiend, avoid!2H6 I.iv.39
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