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It is his Highnesse pleasure, that the QueeneIt is his highness' pleasure that the QueenWT III.ii.9
Appeare in person, here in Court. Appear in person here in court.WT III.ii.10.1
Silence.Silence!WT III.ii.10.2
Hermione, Queene to the worthy Leontes, Hermione, Queen to the worthy Leontes,WT III.ii.12
King of Sicilia, thou art here accused and arraigned of High King of Sicilia, thou art here accused and arraigned of highWT III.ii.13
Treason, in committing Adultery with Polixenes King of treason, in committing adultery with Polixenes, King ofWT III.ii.14
Bohemia, and conspiring with Camillo to take away the Bohemia, and conspiring with Camillo to take away theWT III.ii.15
Life of our Soueraigne Lord the King, thy Royall Husband: life of our sovereign lord the King, thy royal husband;WT III.ii.16
the pretence whereof being by circumstances partly layd the pretence whereof being by circumstances partly laidWT III.ii.17
open, thou (Hermione) contrary to theFaith and Allegeance open, thou, Hermione, contrary to the faith and allegianceWT III.ii.18
of a true Subiect, didst counsaile and ayde them, for their of a true subject, didst counsel and aid them, for theirWT III.ii.19
better safetie, to flye away by Night.better safety, to fly away by night.WT III.ii.20
You here shal sweare vpon this Sword of Iustice,You here shall swear upon this sword of justiceWT III.ii.123
That you (Cleomines and Dion) haueThat you, Cleomenes and Dion, haveWT III.ii.124
Been both at Delphos, and from thence haue broughtBeen both at Delphos, and from thence have broughtWT III.ii.125
This seal'd-vp Oracle, by the Hand deliuer'dThis sealed-up oracle, by the hand deliveredWT III.ii.126
Of great Apollo's Priest; and that since then,Of great Apollo's priest; and that since thenWT III.ii.127
You haue not dar'd to breake the holy Seale,You have not dared to break the holy seal,WT III.ii.128
Nor read the Secrets in't.Nor read the secrets in't.WT III.ii.129.1
Hermione is chast, Polixenes blamelesse, Hermione is chaste; Polixenes blameless;WT III.ii.131
Camillo a true Subiect, Leontes a iealous Tyrant, his Camillo a true subject; Leontes a jealous tyrant; hisWT III.ii.132
innocent Babe truly begotten, and the King shall liue without innocent babe truly begotten; and the King shall live withoutWT III.ii.133
an Heire, if that which is lost, be not found.an heir, if that which is lost be not found.WT III.ii.134
I (my Lord) euen so Ay, my lord, even soWT III.ii.136.2
as it is here set downe.As it is here set down.WT III.ii.137
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