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This is a Peere of Malice: I am gladThis is a piece of malice. I am gladH8 V.ii.7
I came this way so happily. The KingI came this way so happily; the KingH8 V.ii.8
Shall vnderstand it presently. Shall understand it presently.H8 V.ii.9.1
Ile shew your Grace the strangest sight.I'll show your grace the strangest sight – H8 V.ii.19.1
I thinke your Highnesse saw this many a day.I think your highness saw this many a day.H8 V.ii.20
There my Lord:There, my lord – H8 V.ii.21.2
The high promotion of his Grace of Canterbury,The high promotion of his grace of Canterbury,H8 V.ii.22
Who holds his State at dore 'mongst Purseuants,Who holds his state at door, 'mongst pursuivants,H8 V.ii.23
Pages, and Foot-boyes.Pages, and footboys.H8 V.ii.24.1
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