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No doubt my Liege, if each man do his best. No doubt, my liege, if each man do his best.H5 II.ii.19
So seruice shall with steeled sinewes toyle, So service shall with steeled sinews toil,H5 II.ii.36
And labour shall refresh it selfe with hope And labour shall refresh itself with hopeH5 II.ii.37
To do your Grace incessant seruices. To do your grace incessant services.H5 II.ii.38
That's mercy, but too much security: That's mercy, but too much security.H5 II.ii.44
Let him be punish'd Soueraigne, least example Let him be punished, sovereign, lest exampleH5 II.ii.45
Breed (by his sufferance) more of such a kind. Breed, by his sufferance, more of such a kind.H5 II.ii.46
So did you me my Liege. So did you me, my liege.H5 II.ii.64
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To which we all appeale. To which we all appeal.H5 II.ii.78
Our purposes, God iustly hath discouer'd, Our purposes God justly hath discovered,H5 II.ii.151
And I repent my fault more then my death, And I repent my fault more than my death,H5 II.ii.152
Which I beseech your Highnesse to forgiue, Which I beseech your highness to forgive,H5 II.ii.153
Although my body pay the price of it. Although my body pay the price of it.H5 II.ii.154
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