FRENCH HERALD
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The king of Fraunce my soueraigne Lord and master,The King of France, my sovereign lord and master,E3 IV.iv.67
Greets by me his fo, the Prince of Wals,Greets by me his foe, the Prince of Wales.E3 IV.iv.68
If thou call forth a hundred men of nameIf thou call forth a hundred men of name,E3 IV.iv.69
Of Lords, Knights, Esquires and English gentlemen,Of lords, knights, squires, and English gentlemen,E3 IV.iv.70
And with thy selfe and those kneele at his feete,And with thyself and those kneel at his feet,E3 IV.iv.71
He straight will fold his bloody collours vp,He straight will fold his bloody colours up,E3 IV.iv.72
And ransome shall redeeme liues forfeited:And ransom shall redeem lives forfeited;E3 IV.iv.73
If not, this day shall drinke more English blood,If not, this day shall drink more English bloodE3 IV.iv.74
Then ere was buried in our Bryttish earth,Than e'er was buried in our Breton earth.E3 IV.iv.75
What is the answere to his profered mercy?What is the answer to this proffered mercy?E3 IV.iv.76
I go.I go.E3 IV.iv.87
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