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My Lord Constable, the Armour that I sawMy Lord Constable, the armour that I sawH5 III.vii.66
in your Tent to night, are those Starres or Sunnes vpon it?in your tent tonight – are those stars or suns upon it?H5 III.vii.67
Who will goe to Hazard with me for twentieWho will go to hazard with me for twentyH5 III.vii.82
Prisoners?prisoners?H5 III.vii.83
He longs to eate the English.He longs to eat the English.H5 III.vii.88
That Iland of England breedes very valiantThat island of England breeds very valiantH5 III.vii.137
Creatures; their Mastiffes are of vnmatchable courage.creatures: their mastiffs are of unmatchable courage.H5 III.vii.138
What, wil you haue them weep our Horses blood?What, will you have them weep our horses' blood?H5 IV.ii.10
How shall we then behold their naturall teares?How shall we then behold their natural tears?H5 IV.ii.11
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