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To signifie vnto his Maiesty,To signify unto his majesty2H6 III.ii.368
That Cardinall Beauford is at point of death:That Cardinal Beaufort is at point of death;2H6 III.ii.369
For sodainly a greeuous sicknesse tooke him,For suddenly a grievous sickness took him,2H6 III.ii.370
That makes him gaspe, and stare, and catch the aire,That makes him gasp, and stare, and catch the air,2H6 III.ii.371
Blaspheming God, and cursing men on earth.Blaspheming God, and cursing men on earth.2H6 III.ii.372
Sometime he talkes, as if Duke Humfries GhostSometimes he talks as if Duke Humphrey's ghost2H6 III.ii.373
Were by his side: Sometime, he calles the King,Were by his side; sometime he calls the King,2H6 III.ii.374
And whispers to his pillow, as to him,And whispers to his pillow, as to him,2H6 III.ii.375
The secrets of his ouer-charged soule,The secrets of his overcharged soul;2H6 III.ii.376
And I am sent to tell his Maiestie,And I am sent to tell his majesty2H6 III.ii.377
That euen now he cries alowd for him.That even now he cries aloud for him.2H6 III.ii.378
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