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I thinke it be: but wee haue no great cause to desire I think it be; but we have no great cause to desireH5 IV.i.86
the approach of day.the approach of day.H5 IV.i.87
He hath not told his thought to the King?He hath not told his thought to the King?H5 IV.i.97
He may shew what outward courage he will: but I He may show what outward courage he will, but IH5 IV.i.110
beleeue, as cold a Night as 'tis, hee could wish himselfe in believe, as cold a night as 'tis, he could wish himself inH5 IV.i.111
Thames vp to the Neck; and so I would he were, and Thames up to the neck; and so I would he were, andH5 IV.i.112
I by him, at all aduentures, so we were quit here.I by him, at all adventures, so we were quit here.H5 IV.i.113
Then I would he were here alone; so should he beThen I would he were here alone; so should he beH5 IV.i.117
sure to be ransomed, and a many poore mens liues sure to be ransomed, and a many poor men's livesH5 IV.i.118
saued.saved.H5 IV.i.119
I, or more then wee should seeke after; for wee know Ay, or more than we should seek after; for we knowH5 IV.i.126
enough, if wee know wee are the Kings Subiects: if his enough if we know we are the King's subjects. If hisH5 IV.i.127
Cause be wrong, our obedience to the King wipes the cause be wrong, our obedience to the King wipes theH5 IV.i.128
Cryme of it out of vs.crime of it out of us.H5 IV.i.129
I doe not desire hee should answer for me, and yet I But I do not desire he should answer for me, and yet IH5 IV.i.183
determine to fight lustily for him.determine to fight lustily for him.H5 IV.i.184
Be friends you English fooles, be friends, wee haue Be friends, you English fools, be friends! We haveH5 IV.i.216
French Quarrels enow, if you could tell how to reckon. French quarrels enow, if you could tell how to reckon.H5 IV.i.217
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