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Your Office Sergeant: execute it.Your office, sergeant: execute it.H8 I.i.198.1
I am sorry,I am sorryH8 I.i.204.2
To see you tane from liberty, to looke onTo see you ta'en from liberty, to look onH8 I.i.205
The busines present. Tis his Highnes pleasureThe business present. 'Tis his highness' pleasureH8 I.i.206
You shall to th'Tower.You shall to th' Tower.H8 I.i.207.1
Nay, he must beare you company. The KingNay, he must bear you company. (to Abergavenny) The KingH8 I.i.212
Is pleas'd you shall to th'Tower, till you knowIs pleased you shall to th' Tower, till you knowH8 I.i.213
How he determines further.How he determines further.H8 I.i.214.1
Here is a warrant fromHere is a warrant fromH8 I.i.216.2
The King, t'attach Lord Mountacute, and the BodiesThe King, t' attach Lord Montacute, and the bodiesH8 I.i.217
Of the Dukes Confessor, Iohn de la Car,Of the Duke's confessor, John de la Car,H8 I.i.218
One Gilbert Pecke, his Councellour.One Gilbert Perk, his chancellor – H8 I.i.219.1
A Monke o'th'Chartreux.A monk o'th' Chartreux.H8 I.i.221.1
He.He.H8 I.i.221.3
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