FIRST MESSENGER
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The Rebels are in Southwarke: Fly my Lord:The rebels are in Southwark; fly, my lord!2H6 IV.iv.27
Iacke Cade proclaimes himselfe Lord Mortimer,Jack Cade proclaims himself Lord Mortimer,2H6 IV.iv.28
Descended from the Duke of Clarence house,Descended from the Duke of Clarence' house,2H6 IV.iv.29
And calles your Grace Vsurper, openly,And calls your grace usurper, openly,2H6 IV.iv.30
And vowes to Crowne himselfe in Westminster.And vows to crown himself in Westminster.2H6 IV.iv.31
His Army is a ragged multitudeHis army is a ragged multitude2H6 IV.iv.32
Of Hindes and Pezants, rude and mercilesse:Of hinds and peasants, rude and merciless:2H6 IV.iv.33
Sir Humfrey Stafford, and his Brothers death,Sir Humphrey Stafford and his brother's death2H6 IV.iv.34
Hath giuen them heart and courage to proceede:Hath given them heart and courage to proceed.2H6 IV.iv.35
All Schollers, Lawyers, Courtiers, Gentlemen,All scholars, lawyers, courtiers, gentlemen,2H6 IV.iv.36
They call false Catterpillers, and intend their death.They call false caterpillars and intend their death.2H6 IV.iv.37
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