THIRD FRENCH HERALD
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Edward of Wales, Phillip the second sonneEdward of Wales, Philip, the second sonE3 IV.iv.101
To the most mightie christian king of France,To the most mighty Christian King of France,E3 IV.iv.102
Seeing thy bodies liuing date expird,Seeing thy body's living date expired,E3 IV.iv.103
All full of charitie and christian loue,All full of charity and Christian love,E3 IV.iv.104
Commends this booke full fraught with prayers,Commends this book, full fraught with prayers,E3 IV.iv.105
To thy faire hand, and for thy houre of lyfe,To thy fair hand, and, for thy hour of life,E3 IV.iv.106
Intreats thee that thou meditate therein,Entreats thee that thou meditate therein,E3 IV.iv.107
And arme thy soule for hir long iourney towards.And arm thy soul for her long journey towards.E3 IV.iv.108
Thus haue I done his bidding, and returne.Thus have I done his bidding, and return.E3 IV.iv.109
I go.I go.E3 IV.iv.123
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