CAPUCHIUS
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Madam the same. Your Seruant.Madam, the same: your servant.H8 IV.ii.111.1
Noble Lady,Noble lady,H8 IV.ii.114.2
First mine owne seruice to your Grace, the nextFirst mine own service to your grace; the next,H8 IV.ii.115
The Kings request, that I would visit you,The King's request that I would visit you,H8 IV.ii.116
Who greeues much for your weaknesse, and by meWho grieves much for your weakness, and by meH8 IV.ii.117
Sends you his Princely Commendations,Sends you his princely commendations,H8 IV.ii.118
And heartily entreats you take good comfort.And heartily entreats you take good comfort.H8 IV.ii.119
Madam, in good health.Madam, in good health.H8 IV.ii.124.2
Most willing Madam.Most willing, madam.H8 IV.ii.130.2
By Heauen I will,By heaven, I will,H8 IV.ii.158.2
Or let me loose the fashion of a man.Or let me lose the fashion of a man!H8 IV.ii.159
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