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Heere sir. Here, sir.2H4 III.ii.171
Oh, good my Lord Captaine. O Lord, good my lord captain – 2H4 III.ii.174
Oh sir, I am a diseased man. O Lord, sir, I am a diseased man.2H4 III.ii.176
A whorson cold sir, a cough sir, which I A whoreson cold, sir, a cough, sir, which I2H4 III.ii.178
caught with Ringing in the Kings affayres, vpon his caught with ringing in the King's affairs upon his2H4 III.ii.179
Coronation day, sir. coronation day, sir.2H4 III.ii.180
Good Master Corporate Bardolph, stand my Good Master Corporate Bardolph, stand my2H4 III.ii.215
friend, and heere is foure Harry tenne shillings in French friend – and here's four Harry ten shillings in French2H4 III.ii.216
Crownes for you: in very truth, sir, I had as lief be crowns for you. In very truth, sir, I had as lief be2H4 III.ii.217
hang'd sir, as goe: and yet, for mine owne part, sir, I do hanged, sir, as go. And yet for mine own part, sir, I do2H4 III.ii.218
not care; but rather, because I am vnwilling, and for not care, but rather because I am unwilling, and, for2H4 III.ii.219
mine owne part, haue a desire to stay with my friends: mine own part, have a desire to stay with my friends;2H4 III.ii.220
else, sir, I did not care, for mine owne part, so much. else, sir, I did not care, for mine own part, so much.2H4 III.ii.221
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