QUEEN ISABEL
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So happy be the Issue brother IrelandSo happy be the issue, brother England,H5 V.ii.12
Of this good day, and of this gracious meeting,Of this good day, and of this gracious meeting,H5 V.ii.13
As we are now glad to behold your eyes,As we are now glad to behold your eyes – H5 V.ii.14
Your eyes which hitherto haue borne / In them Your eyes which hitherto have borne in them,H5 V.ii.15
against the French that met them in their bent,Against the French that met them in their bent,H5 V.ii.16
The fatall Balls of murthering Basiliskes:The fatal balls of murdering basilisks.H5 V.ii.17
The venome of such Lookes we fairely hopeThe venom of such looks, we fairly hope,H5 V.ii.18
Haue lost their qualitie, and that this dayHave lost their quality, and that this dayH5 V.ii.19
Shall change all griefes and quarrels into loue.Shall change all griefs and quarrels into love.H5 V.ii.20
You English Princes all, I doe salute you.You English Princes all, I do salute you.H5 V.ii.22
Our gracious Brother, I will goe with them:Our gracious brother, I will go with them.H5 V.ii.92
Happily a Womans Voyce may doe some good,Haply a woman's voice may do some good,H5 V.ii.93
When Articles too nicely vrg'd, be stood on.When articles too nicely urged be stood on.H5 V.ii.94
She hath good leaue.She hath good leave.H5 V.ii.98.1
God, the best maker of all Marriages,God, the best maker of all marriages,H5 V.ii.351
Combine your hearts in one, your Realmes in one:Combine your hearts in one, your realms in one!H5 V.ii.352
As Man and Wife being two, are one in loue,As man and wife, being two, are one in love,H5 V.ii.353
So be there 'twixt your Kingdomes such a Spousall,So be there 'twixt your kingdoms such a spousalH5 V.ii.354
That neuer may ill Office, or fell Iealousie,That never may ill office, or fell jealousy,H5 V.ii.355
Which troubles oft the Bed of blessed Marriage,Which troubles oft the bed of blessed marriage,H5 V.ii.356
Thrust in betweene the Pation of these Kingdomes,Thrust in between the paction of these kingdomsH5 V.ii.357
To make diuorce of their incorporate League:To make divorce of their incorporate league;H5 V.ii.358
That English may as French, French Englishmen,That English may as French, French Englishmen,H5 V.ii.359
Receiue each other. God speake this Amen.Receive each other, God speak this ‘Amen'!H5 V.ii.360
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