1 Sir John Oldcastle

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                 <title>The first part of the true and honorable historie, of the life of Sir Iohn Old-castle, 
                  the good Lord Cobham As it hath been lately acted by the right honorable 
                  the Earle of Notingham Lord high Admirall of England his seruants.</title>
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               <publisher> : Printed by V[alentine] S[immes] for Thomas Pauier, 
                  and are to be solde at his shop at the signe of the Catte and Parrots 
                  neere the Exchange, 1600.   </publisher>
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               <date>        1600         </date>
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                  <name id="F">Duke of Suffolk</name>
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                  <name id="J">1 Judge</name>
                  <name id="K">King Harry (HenryV)</name>
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                  <name id="M">Mayor of Hereford</name>
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            <p>The first part Of the true and honorable historie, 
               of the life of Sir John Old-castle, the good Lord Cobham. As it hath been lately 
               acted by the right honorable the Earle of Notingham Lord high 
               Admirall of England his seruants.</p>
            <p>LONDON Printed by V.S. for Thomas Pauier, and are to be solde at his shop at the 
               signe of the Catte and Parrots neere the Exchange. 1600.</p>

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            <pb/>
           <sp who="ZA"><speaker>The Prologue.</speaker>
      
            <l>THe doubtful Tule (Gentlemen) <reg orig="prefixt">prefixed</reg></l>
            <l><reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> the Argument <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hand,</l>
            <l>May <reg orig="breede">breed</reg> <reg orig="suspence">suspense</reg>, and wrongfully <reg orig="disturbe">disturb</reg></l>
            <l>The <reg orig="peacefull">peaceful</reg> quiet of your <reg orig="setled">settled</reg> thoughts:</l>
            <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> stop <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> scruple, let this <reg orig="briefe">brief</reg> <reg orig="suffise">suffice</reg>.</l>
            <l>It is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="pamperd">pampered</reg> glutton <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> present,</l>
            <l>Nor aged <reg orig="Councellor">Councillor</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="youthfull">youthful</reg> <reg orig="sinne">sin</reg>,</l>
            <l>But one, whose <reg orig="vertue">virtue</reg> shone <reg orig="aboue">above</reg> the rest,</l>
            <l>A valiant Martyr, and a <reg orig="vertuous">virtuous</reg> <reg orig="peere">peer</reg>,</l>
            <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> whose true faith and <reg orig="loyaltie">loyalty</reg> <reg orig="exprest">expressed</reg></l>
            <l><reg orig="Vnto">Unto</reg> his <reg orig="soveraigne">sovereign</reg>, and his countries <reg orig="weale">weal</reg>:</l>
            <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="striue">strive</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> pay <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> tribute of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Loue">Love</reg>,</l>
            <l>Your <reg orig="fauours">favours</reg> <reg orig="merite">merit</reg>, let <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> Truth be <reg orig="grac'te">graced</reg>,</l>
            <l>Since <reg orig="forg'de">forged</reg> <reg orig="inuention">invention</reg> former time <reg orig="defac'te">defaced</reg>.</l></sp>
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            <stage>In the fight, enter the Sheriffe and two of his men.</stage>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sheriffe.</speaker>
               <l>MY Lords, I charge ye <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg> name,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> the peace, you, and your followers.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="H">
               <speaker>Herb.</speaker>
               <p>Good M. <reg orig="Sheriffe">Sheriff</reg>, look <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <reg orig="your self">yourself</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Pow.</speaker>
               <p>Do <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> other <reg orig="businesse">business</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Proffer to fight againe</stage>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg> ye <reg orig="disturbe">disturb</reg> the <reg orig="Iudges">Judges</reg>, and the <reg orig="Assise">Assize</reg>?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Heare">Hear</reg> the Kings proclamation ye were best.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Pow.</speaker>
               <p>Hold then, <reg orig="lets heare">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg> hear</reg> it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="H">
               <speaker>Herb.</speaker>
               <p>But be <reg orig="briefe">brief</reg>, ye were best.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Y">
               <speaker>Bayl.</speaker>
               <p>O yes.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <p>Cossone, make shorter O, or shall <reg orig="marre">mar</reg> your Yes.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Y">
               <speaker>Bay.</speaker>
               <p>O yes.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AO">
               <speaker>Owen</speaker>
               <p>What, has <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> nothing <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> say but O yes?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Y">
               <speaker>Bay.</speaker>
               <p>O yes.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Da.</speaker>
               <l>O nay, pye Cosse plut <reg orig="downe">down</reg> with <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>, down with <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>,</l>
               <l>A Pawesse a Pawesse.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AG">
               <speaker>Gough</speaker>
               <p>A Herbert a Herbert, and <reg orig="downe">down</reg> with Powesse.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Helter skelter againe.</stage>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <p>Hold, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Kings name, hold.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AO">
               <speaker>Owen</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Downe">Down</reg> <reg orig="e tha"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the</reg> <reg orig="ka naues">knaves</reg> name, <reg orig="downe">down</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>
               <pb/>
               <hi>In this fight, the Bailiffe is knocked downe, and the Sheriffe and the other runne away.</hi>
            </stage>
            <sp who="H">
               <speaker>Herb.</speaker>
               <p>Powesse, I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> thy Welsh and thou do smart.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Pow.</speaker>
               <p>Herbert, I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> my sword came <reg orig="neere">near</reg> thy heart.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="H">
               <speaker>Herb.</speaker>
               <p>Thy hearts best <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> shall pay the <reg orig="losse">loss</reg> of mine.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AG">
               <speaker>Gough</speaker>
               <p>A Herbert a Herbert.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <p>A Pawesse a Pawesse.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>As they are lifting their weapons, enter the Maior of Hereford, 
               and his Officers and Townes men with clubbes.</stage>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <l>My Lords, as you are liege men <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>,</l>
               <l>True noblemen, and <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King,</l>
               <l>Attend his <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg> proclamation,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Commaunded">Commanded</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="Iudges">Judges</reg> of <reg orig="Assise">Assize</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> keeping peace at this <reg orig="assemblie">assembly</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="H">
               <speaker>Herb.</speaker>
               <p>Good M. <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg> of Hereford be <reg orig="briefe">brief</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Mai.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Serieant">Sergeant</reg>, without the <reg orig="ceremonie">ceremony</reg> of O yes.</l>
               <l><reg orig="Pronoune">Pronounce</reg> <reg orig="alowd">aloud</reg> the proclamation.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Ser.</speaker>
               <p>The Kings <reg orig="Iustices">Justices</reg>, <reg orig="perceiuing">perceiving</reg> what 
                  <reg orig="publique">public</reg> <reg orig="mischiefe">mischief</reg> may ensue 
                  this <reg orig="priuate">private</reg> quarrel <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="maiesties">majesties</reg> name 
                  do straightly charge and <reg orig="commaund">command</reg> all persons, 
                  of what degree <reg orig="soeuer">soever</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> depart this <reg orig="cittie">city</reg> of Hereford, 
                  except such as are bound <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> 
                  attendance at this <reg orig="Assise">Assize</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> man presume <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> any weapon, 
                  especially <reg orig="welsh-hookes">welsh-hooks</reg>, <reg orig="forrest">forest</reg> <reg orig="billes">bills</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AO">
               <speaker>Owen</speaker>
               <p>Haw, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> pill nor wells hoog? ha?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Ma.</speaker>
               <p>Peace, and <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> the proclamation.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Ser.</speaker>
               <p>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the Lord Powesse do presently disperse and discharge his retinue, and depart 
                  the <reg orig="cittie">city</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Kings peace, he and his followers, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <reg orig="paine">pain</reg> of imprisonment.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <l>Haw? <reg orig="pud">put</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> Lord Pawesse <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> prison, A Pawes</l>
               <l>A Pawesse, cossone <reg orig="liue">live</reg> and tie with <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> Lord.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AG">
               <speaker>Gough</speaker>
               <p>A Herbert a Herbert.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>
               <hi>In this fight the Lord Herbert is wounded, and fals to the ground, the Maior and his 
                  company goe away crying clubbes, Powesse runnes away, Gough and other of Herberts faction 
                  busie themselues about Herbert: enters the two Iudges in their roabes,
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the Sheriffe" and his Baileffes afore them, &c.</hi>
            </stage>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>1. <hi>Iud.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Where's">Where is</reg> the Lord Herbert? is he hurt or <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Hee's">He is</reg> here my Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="I">
               <speaker>2. <hi>Iud.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>How fares hid <reg orig="Lordshippe">Lordship</reg>, friends?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AG">
               <speaker>Gough</speaker>
               <p>Mortally wounded, <reg orig="speechlesse">speechless</reg>, he cannot <reg orig="liue">live</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>1. <hi>Iud</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Conuay">Convey</reg> him hence, let not his wounds take <reg orig="ayre">air</reg>,</l>
               <l>And get him <reg orig="dress'd">dressed</reg> with expedition, </l> 
               <stage>Ex. Herb. <reg orig="&">and</reg> Gough</stage>
        
               <l>M. <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg> of Hereford M Snriue <reg orig="o'th">of the</reg> shire,</l>
               <l>Commit Lord Powesse <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> safe <reg orig="custodie">custody</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> answer the disturbance of the peace,</l>
               <l>Lord Herberts <reg orig="perill">peril</reg>, and his high contempt</l>
               <l>Of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, and you the Kings commissioners,</l>
               <l>See it be done with care and diligence.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <l>Please it your Lordship, my Lord Powesse is gone,</l>
               <l>Past all <reg orig="recouery">recovery</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="I">
               <speaker>2. <hi>Iud.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l>Yet let search be made,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> apprehend his followers <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> are left.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <p>There are some of them, sirs, lay hold <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> them,</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AO">
               <speaker>Owen</speaker>
               <p>Of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, and why? what has <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> done I pray you?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Disarme">Disarm</reg> them <reg orig="Bailiffes">Bailiffs</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Ma.</speaker>
               <p>Officers assist.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Heare">Hear</reg> you Lor <reg orig="shudge">Judge</reg>, what <reg orig="resson">reason</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AO">
               <speaker>Owen</speaker>
               <p>Cosson pe puse <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> fighting <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> Lord?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>1. <hi>Iudge</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>Away with them.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <p>Harg you my Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AO">
               <speaker>Owen</speaker>
               <p>Gough my <reg orig="Lorde">Lord</reg> Herberts <reg orig="man's">man is</reg> a shitten <reg orig="ka naue">knave</reg>, </p>
                  <stage>Both at once al this</stage>
           
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Ise">I</reg> live and <reg orig="tye">die</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> good <reg orig="quarrell">quarrel</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AO">
               <speaker>Owen</speaker>
               <p>Pray you do <reg orig="shustice">justice</reg>, let awl be <reg orig="preson">prison</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <l>Prison <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>,</l>
               <l>Lord <reg orig="shudge">judge</reg> I <reg orig="wooll giue"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> give</reg> you pale, good <reg orig="suerty">surety</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="I">
               <speaker>2. <hi>Iudge</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>What Bale? what <reg orig="suerties">sureties</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AD">
               <speaker>Dauy</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">Her</seg> <reg orig="coozin">cousin</reg> ap Ries, ap Euan, ap Morrice, ap Morgan, 
                  ap Lluellyn, ap Madoc, ap Meredith, ap Griffen, ap Dauy, ap Owen ap Shinken Shones.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="I">
               <speaker>2 <hi>Iudge.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>Two of the most, sufficient are <reg orig="ynow">enough</reg>,</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="And't">If it</reg> please your Lordship these are <reg orig="al">all</reg> but one.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>1. <hi>Iudge</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> <reg orig="Iayle">Jail</reg> with them, and the Lord Herberts men,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="talke">talk</reg> with them, when the <reg orig="Assise">Assize</reg> is done, </l>
                  <stage>Exeunt.</stage>

               <l>Riotous, audacious, and <reg orig="vnruly">unruly</reg> <reg orig="Groomes">Grooms</reg>,</l>
               <l>Must <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> be forced <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> come from the Bench,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> quiet <reg orig="brawles">brawls</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> Constable</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> other <reg orig="ciuill">civil</reg> places can <reg orig="suppresse">suppress</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="I">
               <speaker>2. <hi>Iudge</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>What was the quarrel <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="causde">caused</reg> all this <reg orig="stirre">stir</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <l>About religion (as I heard) my Lord.</l>
               <l>Lord Powesse detracted from the power of Rome,</l>
               <l>Affirming Wickliffes doctrine <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be true,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="Romes">Rome's</reg> erroneous: hot reply was made</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> the lord Herbert, they were <reg orig="traytors">traitors</reg> all</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> would <reg orig="maintaine">maintain</reg> it: Powesse answered,</l>
               <l>They were as true, as noble, and as wise</l>
               <l>As he, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> would defend it with their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>,</l>
               <l>He <reg orig="namde">named</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> instance sir Iohn Old-castle</l>
               <l>The Lord Cobham: Herbert <reg orig="replide">replied</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg>,</l>
               <l>He, thou, and all are traitors <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> hold.</l>
               <l>Then he was <reg orig="giuen">given</reg>, the <reg orig="seuerall">several</reg> factions <reg orig="drawne">drawn</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="enragde">enraged</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> could not appease it.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>1. <hi>Iudge</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l>This case <reg orig="concernes">concerns</reg> the Kings <reg orig="prerogatiue">prerogative</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="'tis">it is</reg> dangerous <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the State and common wealth.</l>
               <l>Gentlemen, <reg orig="Iustices">Justices</reg>, master <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg>, and master <reg orig="Shrieue">Shrieve</reg>,</l>
               <l>It doth <reg orig="behoue">behove</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all, and each of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="generall">general</reg> and particular, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> care</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> the suppressing of all mutinies,</l>
               <l>And all assemblies, except <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> musters</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> the Kings preparation into France.</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> of secret <reg orig="conuenticles">conventicles</reg> made,</l>
               <l>And there is doubt of some conspiracies,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> may <reg orig="breake">break</reg> out into rebellious <reg orig="armes">arms</reg></l>
               <l>When the <reg orig="King's">King is</reg> gone, perchance before he go:</l>
               <l>Note as an instance, this one <reg orig="perillous">perilous</reg> fray,</l>
               <l>What factions might <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="growne">grown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> either part,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> the destruction of the King and <reg orig="Realme">Realm</reg>,</l>
               <l>Yet, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my conscience, sir Iohn Old-castle</l>
               <l> <pb/>   
               Innocent of it, <reg orig="onely">only</reg> his name was <reg orig="vsde">used</reg>. </l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> therefore from his <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> this charge.</l>
               <l>You <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg>, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your citizens,</l>
               <l>You <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="Sherife">Sheriff</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your shire, and you</l>
               <l>As <reg orig="Iustices">Justices</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> ones precinct</l>
               <l>There be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> meetings. When the vulgar sort</l>
               <l>Sit <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> their Ale-bench, with their cups and <reg orig="kannes">cans</reg>,</l>
               <l>Matters of state be not their common <reg orig="talke">talk</reg>,</l>
               <l>Nor pure religion <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> their lips <reg orig="prophande">profaned</reg>.</l>
               <l>Let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="returne">return</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Bench <reg orig="againe">again</reg>,</l>
               <l>And there examine further of this fray. </l> </sp>
            <stage>Enter a Baily and a Serieant</stage>
               
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Sher.</speaker>
               <p>Sirs, <reg orig="haue">have</reg> ye taken the lord Powesse yet?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Y">
               <speaker>Ba.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, nor heard of him.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="S">
               <speaker>Ser.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <reg orig="hee's">he is</reg> gone <reg orig="farre">far</reg> enough.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="I">
               <speaker>2. <hi>Iu.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>They <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> are left behind, shall answer all. </p> </sp>
            <stage>Exeunt.</stage>
               
            <stage>Enter Suffolke, Bishop of Rochester, Butler, parson of Wrotham.</stage>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suffolke</speaker>
               <l>Now my lord Bishop, take free liberty</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> your <reg orig="minde">mind</reg>: what is your 
                  <reg orig="sute">suit</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>My noble Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more than what you know,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg> oftentimes <reg orig="inuested">invested</reg> with:</l>
               <l><reg orig="Grieuous">Grievous</reg> complaints <reg orig="haue">have</reg> past <reg orig="betweene">between</reg> the <reg orig="lippes">lips</reg></l>
               <l>Of <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> persons <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vpbraide">upbraid</reg> the <reg orig="Cleargy">Clergy</reg>,</l>
               <l>Some carping at the <reg orig="liuings">livings</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg>,</l>
               <l>And others spurning at the ceremonies</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> are of <reg orig="auncient">ancient</reg> <reg orig="custome">custom</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the church.</l>
               <l>Amongst the <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg>, Lord Cobham is a <reg orig="chiefe">chief</reg>:</l>
               <l>What <reg orig="inconuenience">inconvenience</reg> may <reg orig="proceede">proceed</reg> hereof,</l>
               <l>Both <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the common wealth,</l>
               <l>May easily be <reg orig="discernd">discerned</reg>, when <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="frensie">frenzy</reg></l>
               <l>This <reg orig="innouation">innovation</reg> shall <reg orig="possesse">possess</reg> their <reg orig="mindes">minds</reg>.</l>
               <l>These <reg orig="vpstarts">upstarts</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> followers <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vphold">uphold</reg></l>
               <l>Their <reg orig="damnd">damned</reg> opinion, more than Harry shall</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="vndergoe">undergo</reg> his <reg orig="quarrell">quarrel</reg> <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> the French.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suffolke</speaker>
               <l>What <reg orig="proofe">proof</reg> is there against them <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be had,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> what you say the law may <reg orig="iustifie">justify</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>They <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="themselues">themselves</reg> the name of Protestants,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>And <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> fields and solitary <reg orig="groues">groves</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Ihon</speaker>
               <l>Was <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> heard (my Lord) the <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">like</seg> <reg orig="til">till</reg> now?</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="theeues">thieves</reg> and <reg orig="rebells">rebels</reg>, <reg orig="sbloud">sblood</reg> <reg orig="heretikes">heretics</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Playne">Plain</reg> <reg orig="heretikes">heretics</reg>, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  stand <reg orig="toote"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> it</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> their teeth,</l>
               <l>Should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> colour, their vile practises,</l>
               <l>A title of such worth, as Protestant? </l> </sp>
            <stage>enter one wyth a letter.</stage>
             
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <l>O but you must not <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>, it ill becomes</l>
               <l>One of your <reg orig="coate">coat</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="rappe">rap</reg> out <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg> <reg orig="oathes">oaths</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Pardon him good my Lord, it is his <reg orig="zeale">zeal</reg>,</l>
               <l>An honest country prelate, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> laments</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see such <reg orig="foule">foul</reg> disorder <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the church.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Theres">There is</reg> one they call him Sir Iohn Old-castle,</l>
               <l>He has not his name <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="naught">nought</reg>: <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a castle</l>
               <l>Doth he <reg orig="encompasse">encompass</reg> them within his walls,</l>
               <l>But till <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> castle be <reg orig="subuerted">subverted</reg> quite,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="ne're">never</reg> shall be at quiet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="realme">realm</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="sute">suit</reg>, my Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he be <reg orig="tane">taken</reg>,</l>
               <l>And brought <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> question <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his <reg orig="heresie">heresy</reg>,</l>
               <l>Beside, two letters brought me out of Wales,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Wherin">Wherein</reg> my Lord Herford writes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me,</l>
               <l>What tumult and sedition was begun,</l>
               <l>About the Lord Cobham, at the <reg orig="Sises">Assizes</reg> there,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> they had much ado <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="calme">calm</reg> the rage,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the valiant Herbert is there <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <l>A fire <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> must be <reg orig="quencht">quenched</reg>; <reg orig="wel">well</reg>, say <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more,</l>
               <l>The King anon goes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="counsell">counsel</reg> chamber,</l>
               <l>There <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> debate of matters touching France:</l>
               <l>As he doth <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">by</seg>, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="informe">inform</reg> his grace</l>
               <l>Concerning your petition: Master Butler,</l>
               <l>If I forget, do you remember me,</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> my Lord. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Offer him a purse.</stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a <reg orig="recompence">recompense</reg>,</l>
               <l>But as a token of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> me my Lords of the <reg orig="cleargie">clergy</reg> do present</l>
               <l>This purse, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> it full a thousand <reg orig="Angells">Angels</reg>,</l>
               <l>Praying your Lordship <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> accept their gift.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> them, my Lord Bishop, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their <reg orig="loue">love</reg>,</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not take their <reg orig="mony">money</reg>, if you please</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this gentleman, you may.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>Sir, then <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> your furtherance herein.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p>The best I can my Lord of Rochester.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>Nay, pray ye take it, trust me but you <reg orig="shal">shall</reg>,</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>sir Iohn</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l>Were ye all three <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> New Market heath,</l>
               <l>You should not <reg orig="neede">need</reg> <reg orig="straine">strain</reg> <reg orig="curtsie">curtsy</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> should <reg orig="ha'te">have it</reg>,</l>
               <l>Sir Iohn would <reg orig="quickely">quickly</reg> rid ye of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> care.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf</speaker>
               <l>The King is <reg orig="comming">coming</reg>, <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> ye not my Lord,</l>
               <l>The very first thing I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="breake">break</reg> with him,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Shal">Shall</reg> be about your matter.</l></sp>
             <stage>Enter K. Harry and Huntington in talke.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>My Lord of Suffolke,</l>
               <l>Was it not <reg orig="saide">said</reg> the <reg orig="Cleargy">Clergy</reg> did refuse</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> lend <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="mony">money</reg> toward <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="warres">wars</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <p>It was my Lord, but very wrongfully.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>I know it was, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> Huntington here tells me,</l>
               <l>They <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg> very <reg orig="bountifull">bountiful</reg> of late.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <l>And still they vow my gracious Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
               <l>Hoping your <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> of them,</l>
               <l>As of your <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg>, and <reg orig="suppresse">suppress</reg></l>
               <l>All such <reg orig="malitious">malicious</reg> errors as begin</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> spot their calling, and disturb the church.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>God else forbid: why Suffolke, is there</l>
               <l>Any new rupture <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> disquiet them?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> new my Lord, the old is great enough,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> increasing as if not cut <reg orig="downe">down</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg> <reg orig="breede">breed</reg> a <reg orig="scandale">scandal</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> state,</l>
               <l>And set your <reg orig="Kingdome">Kingdom</reg> <reg orig="quickely">quickly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> an <reg orig="vproare">uproar</reg>,</l>
               <l>The Kentish knight Lord Cobham, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="despight">despite</reg></l>
               <l>Of any law, or <reg orig="spirituall">spiritual</reg> discipline,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Maintaines">Maintains</reg> this <reg orig="vpstart">upstart</reg> new religion still,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="diuers">divers</reg> great assemblies <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his <reg orig="meanes">means</reg></l>
               <l>And <reg orig="priuate">private</reg> <reg orig="quarrells">quarrels</reg>, are <reg orig="commenst">commenced</reg> abroad,</l>
               <l>As <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this letter more at large my liege,</l>
               <l>Is made <reg orig="apparant">apparent</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> do find it here,</l>
               <l>There was <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Wales a <reg orig="certaine">certain</reg> fray of late,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Betweene">Between</reg> two noblemen, but what of this?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Followes">Follows</reg> it straight Lord Cobham must be he</l>
               <l>Did cause the same? I dare be <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> (good knight)</l>
               <l>He <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="dreampt">dreamt</reg> of any such contention.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his name the <reg orig="quarrell">quarrel</reg> did begin,</l>
               <l>About the opinion <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> he held (my <reg orig="hege">liege</reg>.)</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>How if it did? was either he <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> place,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> take part with them, or <reg orig="abette">abet</reg> them <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> it?</l>
               <l>If <reg orig="brabling">brabbling</reg> <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg>, whose <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> kindled <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>,</l>
               <l>Seethes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their fiery <reg orig="vaines">veins</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="needes">needs</reg> go fight,</l>
               <l>Making their <reg orig="quarrells">quarrels</reg> of some words <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="passt">passed</reg>,</l>
               <l>Either of you, or you, amongst their <reg orig="cuppes">cups</reg>,</l>
               <l>Is the fault yours, or are they <reg orig="guiltie">guilty</reg> of it?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suffolke</speaker>
               <l>With pardon of your <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg> (my dread lord)</l>
               <l>Such little <reg orig="sparkes">sparks</reg> neglected, may <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> time</l>
               <l>Grow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> a mighty flame: but <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> not all,</l>
               <l>He doth beside <reg orig="maintaine">maintain</reg> a strange religion,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not be <reg orig="compelld">compelled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="masse">mass</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> do beseech you therefore gracious prince,</l>
               <l>Without offence <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your <reg orig="maiesty">majesty</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> may be bold <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <reg orig="authoritie">authority</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Harry</speaker>
               <p>As how?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> summon him <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Arches,</l>
               <l>Where such offences <reg orig="haue">have</reg> their punishment.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Harry</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> personally, is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> your meaning?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <p>It is, my lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Harry</speaker>
               <p>How if he <reg orig="appeale">appeal</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <p>He cannot (my Lord) <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> such a case as this.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suffolke</speaker>
               <p>Not where Religion is the plea, my lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Harry</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> it <reg orig="alwayes">always</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <reg orig="our selfe">ourself</reg> <reg orig="stoode">stood</reg> out,</l>
               <l>As a sufficient refuge, <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <reg orig="whome">whom</reg></l>
               <l>Not any but might lawfully <reg orig="appeale">appeal</reg>.</l>
               <l>But <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> not argue now <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="poynt">point</reg>:</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> sir Iohn Old-castle whom you accuse,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>Let me <reg orig="intreate">entreat</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="dispence">dispense</reg> awhile</l>
               <l>With your high title of <reg orig="preheminence">pre-eminence</reg>.</l>
             <stage>in scorne.</stage>

               <l>Report did <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> yet <reg orig="condemne">condemn</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
               <l>But he hath <reg orig="alwayes">always</reg> <reg orig="beene">been</reg> reputed <reg orig="loyall">loyal</reg>:</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my knowledge I can say thus much,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> he is <reg orig="vertuous">virtuous</reg>, wise, and honourable:</l>
               <l>If any way his conscience be <reg orig="seduc'de">seduced</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="wauer">waver</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his faith: <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> send <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="schoole">school</reg> him <reg orig="priuately">privately</reg>, if <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> not,</l>
               <l>Then afterward you may <reg orig="proceede">proceed</reg> against him.</l>
               <l>Butler, be you the messenger <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> him presently <reg orig="repaire">repair</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> court. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>How now my lord, why stand you discontent?</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> sooth, <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> the King hath well decreed.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>Yea, yea, sir Iohn, if he would <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> his word,</l>
               <l>But I <reg orig="perceiue">perceive</reg> he <reg orig="fauours">favours</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much,</l>
               <l>As this <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> small effect, I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>Why then <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> tell you what <reg orig="y'are">you are</reg> best <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do:</l>
               <l>If you suspect the King <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be but cold</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> reprehending him, send you a <reg orig="processe">process</reg> too</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> him: <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> you may be sure</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> make him <reg orig="answer't">answer it</reg>, <reg orig="howsoere">howsoever</reg> it fall.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>And well <reg orig="remembred">remembered</reg>, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
               <l>A <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> shall be sent about it strait </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exit.</stage>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>Yea, <reg orig="doe">do</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> space this <reg orig="remaines">remains</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="kinde">kind</reg> sir Iohn of <hi>Wrotham</hi> honest Iacke.</l>
               <l><reg orig="Me thinkes">Methinks </reg> the purse of gold the Bishop <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg>,</l>
               <l>Made a good <reg orig="shew">show</reg>, it had a tempting <reg orig="looke">look</reg>,</l>
               <l>Beshrew me, but my fingers ends do itch</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> those rudduks: well, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> thus:</l>
               <l>I am not as the <reg orig="worlde">world</reg> does take me <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">for</seg>:</l>
               <l>If <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> <reg orig="woolfe">wolf</reg> were <reg orig="cloathed">clothed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> 
                  <reg orig="sheepes">sheeps</reg> <reg orig="coate">coat</reg>,</l>
               <l>Then I am he, <reg orig="olde">old</reg> huddle and twang, <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>,</l>
               <l>A priest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="shew">show</reg>, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg> 
                  <reg orig="termes">terms</reg>, a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>,</l>
               <l>Yet let me tell you too, an honest <reg orig="theefe">thief</reg>.</l>
               <l>One <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> take it where it may besp.</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>And spend it freely <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> good fellowship.</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> as many shapes as <hi>Proteus</hi> had,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> still when any <reg orig="villany">villainy</reg> is done,</l>
               <l>There may be none suspect it was sir Iohn.</l>
               <l>Besides, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> comfort me, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="whats">what is</reg> this life,</l>
               <l>Except the crabbed <reg orig="bitternes">bitterness</reg> thereof</l>
               <l>Be sweetened now and then with lechery?</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> my Doll, my concubine as <reg orig="t'were">it were</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="frollicke">frolic</reg> with, a lusty <reg orig="bounsing">bouncing</reg> <reg orig="gerle">girl</reg>.</l>
               <l>But whilst I <reg orig="loyter">loiter</reg> here the gold, may scape,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> must not be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, it is mine <reg orig="owne">own</reg>,</l>
               <l>Therefore <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his way <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> court,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="shriue">shrive</reg> him of it: there <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be the sport. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exit.</stage>
            <stage>Enter three or foure poore people, some souldiers, some old men.</stage>
            <sp who="AH">
               <speaker>1</speaker>
               <l>God help, God help, <reg orig="there's">there is</reg> law <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> punishing,</l>
               <l>But <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> law <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> necessity:</l>
               <l>There be more <reg orig="stockes">stocks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> set <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> soldiers <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>,</l>
               <l>Than there be houses <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="releeue">relieve</reg> them at.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AM">
               <speaker>Old man</speaker>
               <l>Faith, housekeeping <reg orig="decayes">decays</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> place,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> as Saint <hi>Peter</hi> writ, still worse and worse</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AI">
               <speaker>4</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Maister">Master</reg> <reg orig="maior">mayor</reg> of Rochester has <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> 
                  <reg orig="commaundement">commandment</reg>, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> none shall <reg orig="goe">go</reg> <reg orig="abroade">abroad</reg> out of the parish, 
                  and they <reg orig="haue">have</reg> set an order <reg orig="downe">down</reg> 
                  forsooth, what <reg orig="euery">every</reg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <reg orig="housholder">householder</reg> 
                  must <reg orig="giue">give</reg> towards <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="reliefe">relief</reg>: 
                  where there be some ceased I may say <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you, had almost as much <reg orig="neede">need</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> beg as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AH">
               <speaker>1</speaker>
               <p>It is a hard world the while.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AM">
               <speaker>Old man</speaker>
               <p>If a <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> man come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> a <reg orig="doore">door</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Gods sake, they <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a licence, 
                  or a certificate from a <reg orig="Iustice">Justice</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AJ">
               <speaker>2</speaker>
               <p>Faith <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> none, but what <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="vppon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> bodies, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> maimed limbs, God help <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AI">
               <speaker>4</speaker>
               <p>And yet, as lame as I am, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> with the king into France, 
                  if I can <reg orig="crawle">crawl</reg> but a <reg orig="ship-boorde">shipboard</reg>, 
                  I <reg orig="hadde">had</reg> rather be <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France, than <reg orig="starue">starve</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AM">
               <speaker>Olde man.</speaker>
               <p>Ha, were I but as lusty as I was at the <reg orig="battell">battle</reg> of Shrewsbury, I would not <reg orig="doe">do</reg> as I do: 
                  but <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are now come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the good lord Cobhams, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the best man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg>
<pb/>              is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all Kent.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AI">
               <speaker>4</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> him, there be but few such.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Lord Cobham with Harpoole.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>Thou <reg orig="peeuish">peevish</reg> froward man, what wouldst thou <reg orig="haue">have</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <l>This pride, this pride, brings all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="beggarie">beggary</reg>,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="seru'de">served</reg> your father, and your grandfather,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Shew">Show</reg> me such two men now: <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>,</l>
               <l>Your <reg orig="backes">backs</reg>, your <reg orig="backes">backs</reg>, the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> and pride,</l>
               <l>Has cut the <reg orig="throate">throat</reg> of all good housekeeping,</l>
               <l>They were the best <reg orig="Yeomens">Yeoman's</reg> masters, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg></l>
               <l><reg orig="Euer">Ever</reg> were <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l>Yea, except thou <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a <reg orig="crue">crew</reg> of <reg orig="seely">silly</reg> <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg>,</l>
               <l>And sturdy rogues, still feeding at my gate,</l>
               <l>There is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="hospitalitie">hospitality</reg> with thee.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>They may sit at the gate well enough, but the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> of <reg orig="any thing">anything</reg> 
                  you <reg orig="giue">give</reg> them, except they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> stones.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> long then of such hungry <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg> as you, </l>
                  <stage>pointing to the beggars</stage>

               <l>Yea sir, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> your retinue, your guests be come,</l>
               <l>They know their <reg orig="howers">hours</reg> I warrant you.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AM">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> your honour, God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> the good Lord Cobham, and all his house,</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AT">
               <speaker>Soul.</speaker>
               <l>Good your honour, bestow your blessed <reg orig="almes">alms</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> men.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l>Now sir, here be your <reg orig="Almes">Alms</reg> knights.</l>
               <l>Now are you as safe as the <reg orig="Emperour">Emperor</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <l>My <reg orig="Almes">Alms</reg> knights: nay, <reg orig="th'are">they are</reg> yours,</l>
               <l>It is a shame <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> you, and <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> stand <reg orig="too't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> it</reg>,</l>
               <l>Your foolish <reg orig="almes">alms</reg> <reg orig="maintaines">maintains</reg> more vagabonds,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Then">Than</reg> all the noblemen <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Kent beside.</l>
               <l>Out you rogues, you <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg>, <reg orig="worke">work</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your <reg orig="liuings">livings</reg>,</l>
               <l>Alas <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> men, O Lord, they may beg their hearts out,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Theres">There is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more <reg orig="charitie">charity</reg> amongst men,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Then">Than</reg> amongst <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> many <reg orig="mastiffe">mastiff</reg> <reg orig="dogges">dogs</reg>,</l>
               <l>What make you here, you needy <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg>?</l>
               <l>Away, away, you <reg orig="villaines">villains</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AU">
               <speaker>2. <hi>soul.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>I beseech you sit, be good <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <p>Nay, nay, they know thee well enough, I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> all the beggars <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this land are thy acquaintance, 
                  <reg orig="goe">go</reg> <reg orig="bestowe">bestow</reg> your <reg orig="almes">alms</reg>, none <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="controule">control</reg> you sir.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>What should I <reg orig="giue">give</reg> them? you are <reg orig="growne">grown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> beggarly, 
                  you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> scarce a <reg orig="bitte">bit</reg> of <reg orig="breade">bread</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> at your <reg orig="doore">door</reg>: you <reg orig="talke">talk</reg> of your religion <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> banished <reg orig="charitie">charity</reg> from amongst you, a man may make 
                  a <reg orig="flaxe">flax</reg> shop <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your <reg orig="kitchin">kitchen</reg> <reg orig="chimnies">chimneys</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> any fire there is stirring.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <p>If thou wilt <reg orig="giue">give</reg> them nothing, send them hence, let them not stand here 
                  <reg orig="staruing">starving</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="colde">cold</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> I <reg orig="driue">drive</reg> them hence? if I <reg orig="driue">drive</reg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> 
                  men from your <reg orig="doore">door</reg>, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be <reg orig="hangd">hanged</reg>, I know not what 
                  I may come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg><reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>: yea, God help you <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> 
                  <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg>, ye see the world <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>, well, you had a mother: 
                  well, God be with thee good Lady, thy <reg orig="soule's">soul is</reg> at rest: she <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> 
                  more <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> shirts and smocks <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> children, 
                  <reg orig="then">than</reg> you spend <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your house, <reg orig="&">and</reg> yet you <reg orig="liue">live</reg> a beggar too.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> the worst <reg orig="deede">deed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> ere my mother did, was <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> 
                  <reg orig="releeuing">relieving</reg> such a <reg orig="foole">fool</reg> as thou.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harpoole</speaker>
               <p>Yea, yea, I am a <reg orig="foole">fool</reg> still, with all your wit you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> die a beggar, go too.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <p>Go you <reg orig="olde">old</reg> <reg orig="foole">fool</reg>, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> the <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> 
                  people something, go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> men 
                  into the inner court, and take such alms as there is <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be had.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AT">
               <speaker>Souldier</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harpoole</speaker>
               <p>Hang you <reg orig="roags">rogues</reg>, hang you, <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> nothing but misery amongst you, 
                  you <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> law you. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exit.</stage>
            <sp who="AM">
               <speaker>Olde man</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> you good <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Rafe, God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> your life, 
                  you are good <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> still.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter the Lord Powes disguised, and shrowde himselfe.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>What <reg orig="fellow's">fellow is</reg> yonder comes along the <reg orig="groue">grove</reg>?</l>
               <l>Few passengers there be <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> know this way:</l>
               <l><reg orig="Me thinkes">Methinks</reg> he stops as though he <reg orig="stayd">stayed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me,</l>
               <l>And meant <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="shrowd">shroud</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg> amongst the bushes.</l>
               <l>I know the <reg orig="Cleargie">Clergy</reg> hate me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the death,</l>
               <l>And my religion gets me many foes:</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>And this may be some desperate rogue,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Subornd">Suborned</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="worke">work</reg> me <reg orig="mischiefe">mischief</reg>: As it</l>
               <l>Pleaseth God, if he come toward me, sure</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> stay his <reg orig="comming">coming</reg>, be he but one man,</l>
               <l>What <reg orig="soere">soever</reg> he be: </l>
                  <stage>The Lord Powis comes on.</stage>
          
               <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="beene">been</reg> well acquainted with <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> face.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powis</speaker>
               <p>Well met my <reg orig="honorable">honourable</reg> lord and friend.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>You are welcome sir, what ere you be,</l>
               <l>But of this <reg orig="sodaine">sudden</reg> sir, I do not know you.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powis</speaker>
               <l>I am one <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> wisheth well <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg>,</l>
               <l>My name is Powes, an <reg orig="olde">old</reg> friend of yours.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>My <reg orig="honorable">honourable</reg> lord, and worthy friend,</l>
               <l>What makes your lordship thus alone <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Kent,</l>
               <l>And thus disguised <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this strange attire?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powis</speaker>
               <l>My Lord, an <reg orig="vnexpected">unexpected</reg> accident,</l>
               <l>Hath at this time <reg orig="inforc'de">enforced</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> these parts:</l>
               <l>And thus it <reg orig="hapt">happed</reg>, not yet <reg orig="ful">full</reg> <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> <reg orig="dayes">days</reg> since,</l>
               <l>Now at the last <reg orig="Assise">Assize</reg> at Hereford,</l>
               <l>It <reg orig="chanst">chanced</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the lord Herbert and <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Mongst">Amongst</reg> other things, discoursing at the table,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> fall <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> speech about some <reg orig="certaine">certain</reg> points</l>
               <l>Of <hi>Wickcliffes</hi> doctrine, <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> the <reg orig="papacie">papacy</reg>,</l>
               <l>And the religion <reg orig="catholique">catholic</reg>, <reg orig="maintaind">maintained</reg></l>
               <l>Through the most part of Europe at this day.</l>
               <l>This <reg orig="wilfull">wilful</reg> <reg orig="teasty">testy</reg> lord <reg orig="stucke">stuck</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> say,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <hi>Wickcliffe</hi> was a <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg>, a <reg orig="schismatike">schismatics</reg>,</l>
               <l>His doctrine <reg orig="diuelish">devilish</reg> and <reg orig="hereticall">heretical</reg>,</l>
               <l>And what <reg orig="soere">soever</reg> he was <reg orig="maintaind">maintained</reg> the same,</l>
               <l>was traitor both <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> God and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his country.</l>
               <l>Being <reg orig="moued">moved</reg> at his peremptory speech,</l>
               <l>I told him, some maintained those opinions,</l>
               <l>Men, and truer <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> <reg orig="then">than</reg> lord Herbert was:</l>
               <l>And he replying <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> comparisons:</l>
               <l>Your name was <reg orig="vrgde">urged</reg>, my lord, <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> his <reg orig="chalenge">challenge</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be a perfect <reg orig="fauourer">favourer</reg> of the <reg orig="trueth">truth</reg>.</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be short, from words <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> fell <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg>,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="seruants">servants</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> tenants taking parts,</l>
               <l>Many <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> both sides hurt: and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> an <reg orig="houre">hour</reg></l>
               <l>The <reg orig="broyle">broil</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> could be pacified,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> the <reg orig="Iudges">Judges</reg> rising from the bench,</l>
               <l>Were <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their persons <reg orig="forc'de">forced</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> part the fray.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <p>I hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> man was violently <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powis</speaker>
               <l>Faith none I trust, but the lord Herberts <reg orig="selfe">self</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> truth <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> dangerously hurt,</l>
               <l>As it is doubted he can hardly scape.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <p>I am <reg orig="sory">sorry</reg>, my good lord, of these ill <reg orig="newes">news</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powis</speaker>
               <l>This is the cause <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="driues">drives</reg> me into Kent,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="shrowd">shroud</reg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> with you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> good a friend,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> how things do speed at home.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>Your lordship is most welcome <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> Cobham,</l>
               <l>But I am very <reg orig="sory">sorry</reg>, my good lord,</l>
               <l>My name was brought <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> question <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this matter,</l>
               <l>Considering I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> many enemies,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> threaten malice, and do lie <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="waite">wait</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> take <reg orig="aduantange">advantage</reg> of the smallest thing.</l>
               <l>But you are welcome, and repose your lordship,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> here secret <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my house,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> how the lord Herbert <reg orig="speedes">speeds</reg>:</l>
               <l>Here comes my man. </l>
                  <stage>Enter Harpoole.</stage>
          
               <l><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, what <reg orig="newes">news</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harpoole</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Yonders">Yonder is</reg> one <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Butler of the <reg orig="priuie">privy</reg> chamber, 
                  is sent <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> you from the King.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powis</speaker>
               <p>I pray God the lord Herbert be not dead, and the King hearing whither I am gone, hath sent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>Comfort <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> my lord, I warrant you.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harpoole</speaker>
               <p>Fellow, what <reg orig="ailes">ails</reg> thee? <reg orig="doost">doest</reg> thou quake? dost thou shake? dost thou tremble? ha?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>Peace you old <reg orig="foole">fool</reg>, <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, <reg orig="conuey">convey</reg> 
                  this gentleman <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> the <reg orig="backe">back</reg> way, and bring the other into the <reg orig="walke">walk</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harpoole</speaker>
               <p>Come sir. you are welcome, if you <reg orig="loue">love</reg> my <reg orig="lorde">lord</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powis</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="haue">have</reg> mercy gentle friend. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>I thought as much, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> it would not be long before I
<pb/>
  heard of something from the King, about this matter.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Harpoole with Maister Butler.</stage>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harpoole</speaker>
               <l>Sir, yonder my lord <reg orig="walkes">walks</reg>, you see him,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> your men into the <reg orig="Celler">Cellar</reg> the while.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>welcome good <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Butler.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>Butler</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Thankes">Thanks</reg>, my good lord: his <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg> <reg orig="dooth">doth</reg> 
                  commend his <reg orig="loue">love</reg> 
                  <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your lordship, and <reg orig="wils">wills</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="repaire">repair</reg> 
                  <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the court.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> his <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg>, and confound his 
                  <reg orig="ennemies">enemies</reg>, I hope his <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg> is well.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>Butler</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> health, my lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>God long continue it: <reg orig="mee thinkes">methinks</reg> you <reg orig="looke">look</reg> as though you were not well, 
                  what <reg orig="ailes">ails</reg> you sir?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>Butler</speaker>
               <p>Faith I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> had a foolish <reg orig="odde">odd</reg> mischance, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> angers <reg orig="mee">me</reg>: 
                  <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> Shooters hill, there came a fellow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> 
                  a <reg orig="Sailer">Sailor</reg>, and asked me money, 
                  and whilst I <reg orig="staide">staid</reg> my horse <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> draw my purse, he takes <reg orig="th'aduantage">the advantage</reg> 
                  of a little <reg orig="banck">bank</reg> 
                  and <reg orig="leapes">leaps</reg> behind me, <reg orig="whippes">whips</reg> my purse away, 
                  and with a <reg orig="sodaine">sudden</reg> <reg orig="ierke">jerk</reg> 
                  I know not how, threw me at least three yards out of my saddle. I <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> was <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> robbed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all my life.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>I am very <reg orig="sorie">sorry</reg> sir <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your mischance, <reg orig="wee"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> 
                  send <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> warrant <reg orig="foorth">forth</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stay such <reg orig="suspitious">suspicious</reg> 
                  persons as <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> be found, then <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Butler, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> attend you.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>Butler</speaker>
               <p>I humbly <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> your lordship, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> attend you.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter the Sumner.</stage>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the law <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> warrant what I do, and though the Lord Cobham be a noble man, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> dispenses not with law, 
                  I dare <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> <reg orig="processe">process</reg> were a <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> noble men, 
                  though <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="Sumners">Summoners</reg> make 
                  sometimes a mad slip <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a corner with a <reg orig="prettie">pretty</reg> wench, a <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> 
                  must not <reg orig="goe">go</reg> <reg orig="alwayes">always</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> seeing, 
                  a <reg orig="manne">man</reg> may be content <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hide his <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>, where he may <reg orig="feele">feel</reg> 
                  his profit: well, this is my Lord Cobhams house, 
                  if I can <reg orig="deuise">devise</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> with him, if not, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> clap my citation 
                  <reg orig="vpon's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg> his</reg> <reg orig="doore">door</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> my lord of Rochester bid me, 
                  but <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> here comes one of his men. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Harpoole.</stage>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Welcome good fellow, welcome, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> wouldst thou
<pb/>
<reg orig="speake">speak</reg> with?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>With my lord Cobham, I would <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>, if thou be one of his men.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Yes I am one of his men, but thou canst not <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> with my lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>May I send <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him them?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, when I know thy errand.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> my errand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Then <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, and <reg orig="walke">walk</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg> as thou camest.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>I tell thee my lord <reg orig="keepes">keeps</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg>, <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Then thou <reg orig="seruest">servest</reg> him not, I <reg orig="beleeue">believe</reg>, what lord is thy master?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>My lord of Rochester.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> good time, and what wouldst thou <reg orig="haue">have</reg> with my lord Cobham?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>I come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="vertue">virtue</reg> of a <reg orig="processe">process</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> ascite him <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> 
                  <reg orig="appeare">appear</reg> before my lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the court at Rochester.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>aside.</stage>
            <sp who="R"><speaker>Harp</speaker>
              
               <p><reg orig="Wel">Well</reg>, God grant me patience, I could <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> this conger. My lord is not at home, therefore it were good 
                  <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> you <reg orig="caried">carried</reg> your <reg orig="processe">process</reg> <reg orig="backe">back</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>Why, if he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not be spoken <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>, then <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> it here, 
                  and see you <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he take knowledge of it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Swounds">'swounds</reg> you <reg orig="slaue">slave</reg>, do you set <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> your bills here, 
                  go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg>, take it <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, doest thou know what thou dost, 
                  dost thee know <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> whom thou <reg orig="seruest">servest</reg> <reg orig="processe">process</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>Yes marry <reg orig="doe">do</reg> I, Sir Iohn Old-castle Lord Cobham.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>I am glad thou knowest him yet, and <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg> dost not thou know, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the lord Cobham is a <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> lord, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="keepes">keeps</reg> good <reg orig="beefe">beef</reg> and <reg orig="beere">beer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his house, 
                  and <reg orig="euery">every</reg> day <reg orig="feedes">feeds</reg> a hundred <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> people <reg orig="at's">at his</reg> gate, 
                  and <reg orig="keepes">keeps</reg> a hundred tall <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Whats">What is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my <reg orig="processe">process</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Mary this sir, is this <reg orig="processe">process</reg> parchment?
               </p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>Yes mary.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>And this <reg orig="seale">seal</reg> <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>It is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>If this be parchment, <reg orig="&">and</reg> this wax, <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> you this parchment, and this <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg>, 
                  or I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> make parchment of your <reg orig="skinne">skin</reg>, and <reg orig="beate">beat</reg> 
                  your <reg orig="braines">brains</reg> into <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg>: <reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg> 
                  <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> dispatch, <reg orig="deuoure">devour</reg>, <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg> <reg orig="deuoure">devour</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>I am my lord of Rochesters <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg>, I came <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do my office, and thou shalt <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> railing, but betake you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your teeth, thou shalt 
                  <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> worse <reg orig="then">than</reg> thou <reg orig="bringst">bringest</reg> with thee, 
                  thou <reg orig="bringst">bringest</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my lord, and wilt thou bring my lord worse 
                  <reg orig="then">than</reg> thou wilt <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>Sir, I brought it not my lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="eate">eat</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>O do you sir me now, <reg orig="all's">all is</reg> one <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, but <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  make you <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> it, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> bringing it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>I cannot <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Can you not? <reg orig="sbould">'sblood</reg> <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="beate">beat</reg> you <reg orig="vntil">until</reg> 
                  you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a <reg orig="stomacke">stomach</reg>. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>he beates him.</stage>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>O hold, hold, good master <reg orig="seruing-man">serving-man</reg>, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Be <reg orig="champping">champing</reg>, be <reg orig="chawing">chewing</reg> sir, or <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  <reg orig="chaw">chew</reg> you, you rogue, the purest of the <reg orig="hony">honey</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>Tough <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg>, is the purest of the <reg orig="hony">honey</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <l>O Lord sir, <reg orig="oh">o</reg> <reg orig="oh">o</reg>,</l> 
            <stage>he eates.</stage>
      
               <l>Feed, feed, <reg orig="wholsome">wholesome</reg> rogue, <reg orig="wholsome">wholesome</reg>.</l>
               <p>Cannot you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> an honest <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> <reg orig="walke">walk</reg> 
                  with the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> your brother, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fetch <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> your <reg orig="Bailiffes">Bailiffs</reg> rents, 
                  but you must come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> a noble <reg orig="mans">man's</reg> house with <reg orig="processe">process</reg>? 
                  <reg orig="Sbloud">'sblood</reg> if thy <reg orig="seale">seal</reg> were as broad as 
                  the lead <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="couers">covers</reg> Rochester church, thou <reg orig="shouldst">shouldest</reg> <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>O I am almost <reg orig="choaked">choked</reg>, I am almost <reg orig="choaked">choked</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> is</reg> within there? <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> you shame my Lord, 
                  is there <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="beere">beer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the house? Butler I say.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Heere">Hear</reg>, here. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Butler.</stage>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> him <reg orig="Beere">Beer</reg>. </l>
                  <stage>he drinkes.</stage>
             
               <l>There, tough old sheepskins, bare <reg orig="drie">dry</reg> <reg orig="meate">meat</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>O sir, let me go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> further, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> my word.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Yea mary sir, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> I <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> you shall <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> more <reg orig="then">than</reg> your own word, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make you <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> all the 
                  words <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="processe">process</reg>. Why you drab monger, cannot the secrets of <reg orig="al">all</reg> 
                  the wenches <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a <reg orig="sheire">shire</reg> <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> your <reg orig="turne">turn</reg>, but you must come hither 
                  with a citation with a <reg orig="poxe">pox</reg>? <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> cite you. </p>
                  <stage> <hi>he has then done.</hi> </stage> 
                 <p> 
                  A cup of <reg orig="sacke">sack</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p>Here sir here.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Here <reg orig="slaue">slave</reg> I <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you sir.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Now if thou <reg orig="findst">findest</reg> thy <reg orig="stomacke">stomach</reg> well, 
                  because thou shalt see my Lord <reg orig="keep's">keep his</reg> <reg orig="meate">meat</reg> <reg orig="in's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his</reg> house, 
                  if thou wilt go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a <reg orig="peece">piece</reg> of <reg orig="beefe">beef</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy break fast.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> I am very well good M. <reg orig="seruing-man">serving-man</reg>, I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you, very well sir.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>I am glad <reg orig="on't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> it</reg>, then be walking towards Rochester <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> 
                  <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> your <reg orig="stomack">stomach</reg> <reg orig="warme">warm</reg>: and <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg>, 
                  if I may know you disturb a good wench within this <reg orig="Diocesse">Diocese</reg>, 
                  if I do not make thee <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="peticote">petticoat</reg>, 
                  if there were four yards of Kentish cloth <reg orig="in't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> it</reg>, I am a <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Sum.</speaker>
               <p>God be with you M. <reg orig="seruingmaan">serving-man</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Farewell Sumner. </p>
                  <stage>
                     <hi>Enter Constable.</hi></stage>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> you M. Harpoole.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Welcome Constable, <reg orig="welcom">welcome</reg> Constable, what news with thee?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="And't">If it</reg> please you M. Harpoole, I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make hue <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="crie">cry</reg>, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a fellow with one <reg orig="eie">eye</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> has <reg orig="rob'd">robbed</reg> two Clothiers, 
                  and am <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> your hindrance, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> search all suspected places, and they say there was a woman <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the company.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Hast thou <reg orig="bin">been</reg> at the <reg orig="Alchouse">Alehouse</reg>, hast thou sought there?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>I durst not search sir, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my Lord Cobhams <reg orig="libertie">liberty</reg>, 
                  except I had some of his <reg orig="seruants">servants</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> are <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my warrant.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>An honest Constable, an honest Constable, <reg orig="cal">call</reg> forth him <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> 
                  <reg orig="keepes">keeps</reg> the <reg orig="Alchouse">Alehouse</reg> there.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>Ho, <reg orig="who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is</reg> within there?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AL">
               <speaker>Ale man</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> calls there, come <reg orig="neere">near</reg> a Gods name, <reg orig="oh">o</reg> <reg orig="is't">is it</reg>
<pb/>
you M. Constable and M. Harpoole, you are welcome with all my heart, what make you here <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="earely">early</reg> this morning?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, what strangers do you lodge, there is a robbery done this morning, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> search 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> all suspected persons.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AL">
               <speaker>Aleman.</speaker>
               <p>Gods bores, I am <reg orig="sory">sorry</reg> <reg orig="for't, yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> it, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg> 
                  sir I lodge <reg orig="no body">nobody</reg> but a good honest <reg orig="mery">merry</reg> priest, 
                  they call him sir Iohn a Wrootham, and a handsome woman <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> is his <reg orig="neece">niece</reg>, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> he <reg orig="saies">says</reg> he has some <reg orig="sute">suit</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> law <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">for</seg>, 
                  and as they go <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <reg orig="&">and</reg> down <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London, sometimes they lie at my house.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>What, is he here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy house now?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>She is sir, I promise you sir he is a quiet man, and because he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> 
                  not trouble too many <reg orig="roomes">rooms</reg>, he makes the woman lie <reg orig="euery">every</reg> 
                  night at his beds <reg orig="feete">feet</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Bring <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> forth Constable, bring <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> forth, 
                  <reg orig="let's">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> see <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>, <reg orig="let's">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> see <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>Dorothy, you must come <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> M. Constable.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Dol.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="A non">Anon</reg> forsooth. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>she enters.</stage>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Welcome <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> <reg orig="lasse">lass</reg>, welcome.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Dol.</speaker>
               <p>I thank you good M. <reg orig="seruing-man">serving-man</reg>, and master Constable also.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>A plump <reg orig="girle">girl</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="mas">mass</reg>, a plump <reg orig="girle">girl</reg>, 
                  ha Dol ha, wilt thou forsake the priest, and go with me.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>A well said M. Harpoole, you are a <reg orig="merrie">merry</reg> old man <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg> you <reg orig="wil neuer"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> never</reg> be old: 
                  now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the macke, a <reg orig="prettie">pretty</reg> wench indeed.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Ye old mad <reg orig="mery">merry</reg> Constable, art thou <reg orig="aduis'de">advised</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> ha, 
                  well said Dol, fill some ale here.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>aside</stage>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Dol</speaker>      
               <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> if I wist this old priest would not <reg orig="sticke">stick</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Ioue I would ingle this old <reg orig="seruing-man">serving-man</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> you old mad colt, <reg orig="yfaith Ile"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> feak you: 
                  <reg orig="fil">fill</reg> all the pots <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the house there.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="wel">well</reg> said M. Harpoole, you are heart of <reg orig="oake">oak</reg> 
                  when <reg orig="all's">all is</reg> done.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Ha Dol, thou hast a <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> <reg orig="paire">pair</reg> of <reg orig="lippes">lips</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="masse">mass</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Truely">Truly</reg> you are a most sweet <reg orig="olde">old</reg> man, as <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> 
                  I <reg orig="sawe">saw</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my troth, you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a face, 
                  able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make any woman <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> with you.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Fill <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> Doll, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>I pledge you sir, and <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you therefore, and I pray you let it come.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>imbracing her</stage>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>
                 Doll, canst thou <reg orig="loue">love</reg> me? a mad merry <reg orig="lasse">lass</reg>, 
                  would <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> God I had <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="seene">seen</reg> thee.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>I warrant you you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not out of my thoughts this <reg orig="tweluemonth">twelve-month</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="truely">truly</reg> you are as full of <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg>, 
                  as a man may be. Ah these <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> grey <reg orig="lockes">locks</reg>, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my troth, they are most <reg orig="louely">lovely</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Constable</speaker>
               <p>Gods <reg orig="boores">boars</reg> <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Harpoole, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> 
                  one <reg orig="busse">buss</reg> too.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> licking <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> you Constable, hand off, hand off.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Constable</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Bur lady">Byrlady</reg> I <reg orig="loue">love</reg> kissing as <reg orig="wel">well</reg> as you.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> you are an <reg orig="od">odd</reg> <reg orig="boie">boy</reg>, 
                  you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a wanton <reg orig="eie">eye</reg> of your <reg orig="owne">own</reg>: 
                  ah you sweet sugar <reg orig="lipt">lipped</reg> wanton, 
                  you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="winne">win</reg> as many <reg orig="womens">women's</reg> hearts as come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your company. 
                 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Priest.</stage>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Wroth.</speaker>
               <p>Doll, come hither.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Priest, she <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> not.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> come <reg orig="anone">anon</reg>, <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Wroth.</speaker>
               <p>Hand off, old fornicator.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Vicar, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> sit here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="spight">spite</reg> of thee, 
                  is this <reg orig="fitte">fit</reg> <reg orig="stuffe">stuff</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a priest <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> carry <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> and <reg orig="downe">down</reg> with him?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Wrotham</speaker>
               <p>Ah <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, dost thou not know, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> a good fellow parson may 
                  <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a <reg orig="chappel">chapel</reg> of ease, where his parish Church is <reg orig="farre">far</reg> off?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>You <reg orig="whooreson">whoreson</reg> <reg orig="ston'd">stoned</reg> Vicar.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Wroth.</speaker>
               <p>You <reg orig="olde">old</reg> stale <reg orig="ruffin">ruffian</reg>, you lion of Cotswold.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Swounds">'swounds</reg> Vicar, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> geld you. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>flies vpon him.</stage>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Constable</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Keepe">Keep</reg> the Kings peace.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>Murder, murder, murder.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AL">
               <speaker>Ale man</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Holde">Hold</reg>, as you are men, <reg orig="holde">hold</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Gods sake be quiet: 
                  put <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> your weapons, you <reg orig="drawe">draw</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my house.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>You <reg orig="whooreson">whoreson</reg> bawdy priest.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Wroth.</speaker>
               <p>You old mutton monger.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Constable</speaker>
               <p>Hold sir Iohn, hold.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll to the Priest</speaker>
               <p>I pray thee sweet heart be quiet, I was but sitting <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> a pot of ale with him, 
                  <reg orig="euen">even</reg> as <reg orig="kinde">kind</reg> a man as <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> I met with.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Thou art a <reg orig="theefe">thief</reg> I warrant thee.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Wroth.</speaker>
               <p>Then I am but as thou hast <reg orig="beene">been</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy <reg orig="dayes">days</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> not be ashamed of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> trade, 
                  the King has <reg orig="beene">been</reg> a <reg orig="theefe">thief</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>Come, be quiet, hast thou sped?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Wroth.</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> wench, here be <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg> <reg orig="ifaith">i'faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>Come, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> be all friends then.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Constable</speaker>
               <p>Well said <reg orig="mistris">mistress</reg> Dorothy <reg orig="ifaith">i'faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Thou art the <reg orig="madst">madest</reg> priest <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> I met with.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Wroth.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> me thy hand, thou art as good a fellow, I am a singer, a drinker, a bencher, a wencher, 
                  I can say a <reg orig="masse">mass</reg>, and <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> a <reg orig="lasse">lass</reg>: 
                  faith I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a parsonage, and <reg orig="bicause">because</reg> I would not be at too much charges, 
                  this wench <reg orig="serues">serves</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a sexton.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Well said mad priest, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> and be friends, 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter sir Roger Acton, master Bourne, master Beuerley, and William Murley the brewer of Dunstable.</stage>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <l>Now <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Murley, I am well <reg orig="assurde">assured</reg></l>
               <l>You know <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> arrant, and do <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> the cause,</l>
               <l>Being a man affected as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mu.</speaker>
               <p>Mary God dild ye <reg orig="daintie">dainty</reg> my <reg orig="deere">dear</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> master, 
                  good Sir Roger Acton Knight, <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Bourne, and <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Beuerley esquires, 
                  gentlemen, and <reg orig="iustices">justices</reg> of the peace, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="maister">master</reg> I, 
                  but <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg> William Murly the brewer of Dunstable 
                  your honest neighbour, and your friend, if ye be men of my profession.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="V">
               <speaker>Beuerley</speaker>
               <p>Professed friends <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Wickliffe, foes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Rome.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murl.</speaker>
               <p>Hold <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> me lad, <reg orig="leane">lean</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> 
                  <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg> good <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Beuerley, 
                  all of a house, say your mind, say your mind.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <l>You know <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> faction now is <reg orig="growne">grown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> great,</l>
               <l>Throughout the <reg orig="realme">realm</reg>; <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> it <reg orig="beginnes">begins</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="smoake">smoke</reg></l>
               <l>Into the <reg orig="Cleargies">Clergies</reg> <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>, and the Kings <reg orig="eares">ears</reg>,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>High time it is <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> were <reg orig="drawne">drawn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> head,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="generall">general</reg> and officers <reg orig="appoynted">appointed</reg>.</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="warres">wars</reg> ye wot <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> great store of <reg orig="coine">coin</reg>.</l>
               <l>Able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> strength <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> action with your purse,</l>
               <l>You are elected <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a <reg orig="colonell">colonel</reg></l>
               <l><reg orig="Ouer">Over</reg> a regiment of <reg orig="fifteene">fifteen</reg> bands.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p>Fue <reg orig="paltrie">paltry</reg> <reg orig="paltrie">paltry</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> and out, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro, 
                  be it more or <reg orig="lesse">less</reg>, <reg orig="vppon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion, 
                  <reg orig="Lorde">Lord</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg> <reg orig="vppon vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, 
                  what a world is this? Sir Roger Acton, I am but a Dunstable man, 
                  a <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg> brewer, ye know: <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> lusty <reg orig="Caualiering">Cavaliering</reg> 
                  <reg orig="captaines">captains</reg> gentlemen come at my calling, 
                  <reg orig="goe">go</reg> at my bidding? <reg orig="Daintie">Dainty</reg> my <reg orig="deere">dear</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="theile">they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> a <reg orig="dogge">dog</reg> of <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg>, 
                  a horse of cheese, a <reg orig="pricke">prick</reg> and a pudding, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, ye must appoint some lord or knight at least <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> place.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="T">
               <speaker>Bourne</speaker>
               <l>Why master Murley, you shall be a Knight:</l>
               <l>Were you not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> election <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="shrieue">shrieve</reg>?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> ye not past all offices but <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> ye not wealth <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make your wife a lady?</l>
               <l>I warrant you, my lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Generall">General</reg></l>
               <l><reg orig="Bestowes">Bestows</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> you at first sight.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <l>Mary God dild ye <reg orig="daintie">dainty</reg> my <reg orig="deare">dear</reg>:</l>
               <l>But tell me, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> <reg orig="shalbe">shall be</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Generall">General</reg>?</l>
               <l>Wheres the lord Cobham, sir Iohn Old-castle,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> noble <reg orig="almes-giuer">alms-giver</reg>, housekeeper, <reg orig="vertuous">virtuous</reg>,</l>
               <l>Religious gentleman? Come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me there <reg orig="boies">boys</reg>,</l>
               <l>Come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me there.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <p>Why <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> but he shall be <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Generall">General</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p>And shall he knight me, and make me <reg orig="colonell">colonel</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <p>My word <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, sir William Murley knight.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p>Fellow sir Roger Acton knight, all <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg>, I <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="armes">arms</reg>, how strong are <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg>? how many partners? 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> enemies beside the King are <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg>, be it more or <reg orig="lesse">less</reg> 
                  <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion, reckon <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> force.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <l>There are of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends, and followers,</l>
               <l>Three thousand and three hundred at the least,</l>
               <l>Of <reg orig="northerne">northern</reg> lads <reg orig="foure">four</reg> thousand, beside horse,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>From Kent there comes with sir Iohn Old-castle</l>
               <l><reg orig="Seauen">Seven</reg> thousand, then from London issue out,</l>
               <l>Of <reg orig="maisters">masters</reg>, <reg orig="seruants">servants</reg>, strangers, prentices</l>
               <l><reg orig="Fortie">Forty</reg> <reg orig="odde">odd</reg> thousands into Ficket field,</l>
               <l>Where <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="appoynt">appoint</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="speciall">special</reg> <reg orig="randeuous">rendezvous</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur</speaker>
               <p>
                  Fue, paltry, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> and out <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro, Lord <reg orig="haue">have</reg> mercy, what a world is this, 
                  wheres <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Ficket <reg orig="fielde">field</reg>, sir Roger?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Behinde">Behind</reg> saint Giles <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field <reg orig="neere">near</reg> Holborne.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p>Newgate, <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">up</seg></reg> Holborne, <reg orig="S.">Saint</reg> Giles <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Tiborne, an old saw: 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the day, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the day?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">On</seg> friday next the <reg orig="foureteenth">fourteenth</reg> day of <reg orig="Ianuary">January</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Tyllie vallie">Tilly-Vally</reg>, trust me <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> if I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> any liking of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> day: 
                  fue paltry paltry, friday quoth <reg orig="a">he</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="dismall">dismal</reg> day, <reg orig="Childermasse">Childermas</reg> day this <reg orig="yeare">year</reg> was friday.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="V">
               <speaker>Beuerley</speaker>
               <l>Nay <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Murley, if you <reg orig="obserue">observe</reg> such <reg orig="daies">days</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> make some question of your <reg orig="constancie">constancy</reg>,</l>
               <l>All <reg orig="daies">days</reg> are <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> men <reg orig="resolu'de">resolved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> right.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p>Say Amen, and say <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more, but say, and hold master Beuerley, friday next, 
                  and Ficket field, and William Murley, and his merry men <reg orig="shalbe">shall be</reg> <reg orig="al">all</reg> one, 
                  I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="halfe">half</reg> a score <reg orig="iades">jades</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> 
                  draw my <reg orig="beere">beer</reg> <reg orig="cartes">carts</reg>, and <reg orig="euery">every</reg> <reg orig="iade">jade</reg> 
                  shall <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> a <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg>, 
                  and <reg orig="euery">every</reg> <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg> shall <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> a iacke, 
                  and <reg orig="euery">every</reg> iacke <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a scull, 
                  and <reg orig="euery">every</reg> scull <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> <reg orig="shew">show</reg> a <reg orig="speare">spear</reg>, 
                  and <reg orig="euery">every</reg> <reg orig="speare">spear</reg> <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> kill a foe 
                  at Ficket field, at Ficket field, Iohn and Tom, and Dicke and Hodge, 
                  and Rafe and Robin, William <reg orig="&">and</reg> George, and all my <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg> shall fight <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> men, at Ficket field <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> friday next.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="T">
               <speaker>Bourne</speaker>
               <p>What <reg orig="summe">sum</reg> of money <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> disburse?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p>It may be modestly, decently, soberly, and handsomely I may bring <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> <reg orig="hundreth">hundredth</reg> pound.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Fiue">Five</reg> <reg orig="hundreth">hundredth</reg> man? <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> <reg orig="thousand's">thousand is</reg> not enough,</l>
               <l>A <reg orig="hundreth">hundredth</reg> thousand <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not pay <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> men</l>
               <l>Two months together, either come <reg orig="preparde">prepared</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Like</seg> a <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> Knight, and <reg orig="martiall">martial</reg> <reg orig="Colonell">Colonel</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> glittering <reg orig="golde">gold</reg>, and gallant furniture,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>Bringing <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> <reg orig="coyne">coin</reg>, a cart <reg orig="loade">load</reg> at the least,</l>
               <l>And all your followers mounted <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> good horse,</l>
               <l>Or <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> come <reg orig="disgracefull">disgraceful</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="V">
               <speaker>Beuerley</speaker>
               <l>Perchance you may be chosen Treasurer,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Tenne">Ten</reg> thousand pounds the least <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> you can bring.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murley</speaker>
               <p>Paltry paltry, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> and out, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg> occasion I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> ten thousand pound <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> spend, and 
                  then too. And rather than the Bishop shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> his <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> of <reg orig="mee">me</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my conscience, 
                  it shall out all. Flame and <reg orig="flaxe">flax</reg>, flame and <reg orig="flaxe">flax</reg>, 
                  it was <reg orig="gotte">got</reg> with water and <reg orig="mault">malt</reg>, and it <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> 
                  <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> with fire and <reg orig="gunne">gun</reg> powder. 
                  Sir Roger, a cart <reg orig="loade">load</reg> of <reg orig="mony">money</reg> <reg orig="til">till</reg> the axetree 
                  <reg orig="cracke">crack</reg>,<reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> 
                  and my men <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Ficket field <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> friday next: 
                  remember my <reg orig="Knighthoode">Knighthood</reg>, and my place: <reg orig="there's">there is</reg> 
                  my hand <reg orig="Ile bee">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be</reg> there. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exit.</stage>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <l>See what Ambition may <reg orig="perswade">persuade</reg> men <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> hope of <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> spend <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="T">
               <speaker>Bourne</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> thought a Brewer <reg orig="halfe">half</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> rich.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="V">
               <speaker>Beuerley</speaker>
               <l>Was <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="bankerout">bankrupt</reg> Brewer yet but one,</l>
               <l>With <reg orig="vsing">using</reg> too much <reg orig="mault">malt</reg>, too little water.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> fault <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Brewers <reg orig="now-adayes">nowadays</reg>:</l>
               <l>Come, away about <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="businesse">business</reg>. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter K. Harry, Suffolke, Butler, and Old-castle kneeling to the King.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Harry</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> not enough Lord Cobham <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> submit.</l>
               <l>You must forsake your <reg orig="grosse">gross</reg> opinion,</l>
               <l>The Bishops find <reg orig="themselues">themselves</reg> much <reg orig="iniured">injured</reg>,</l>
               <l>And though <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> some good <reg orig="seruice">service</reg> you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> part are <reg orig="pleasde">pleased</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> pardon you,</l>
               <l>Yet they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> be satisfied,</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>My gracious Lord <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>,</l>
               <l>Next <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my God, I owe my life,</l>
               <l>And what is mine, either <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> natures gift,</l>
               <l>Or fortunes <reg orig="bountie">bounty</reg>, <reg orig="al">all</reg> is at your <reg orig="seruice">service</reg>,</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> obedience <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Pope of Rome,</l>
               <l>I owe him none, nor shall his <reg orig="shaueling">shaveling</reg> priests</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> are <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England, alter my <reg orig="beliefe">belief</reg>.</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>If out of holy Scripture they can <reg orig="proue">prove</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> an <reg orig="errour">error</reg>, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg>,</l>
               <l>And gladly take instruction at their hands,</l>
               <l>But otherwise, I do beseech your grace,</l>
               <l>My conscience may not be <reg orig="incroacht">encroached</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">upon</seg></reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> would be loath <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="presse">press</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> bodies,</l>
               <l>Much <reg orig="lesse">less</reg> their <reg orig="soules">souls</reg>, the <reg orig="deere">dear</reg> redeemed part,</l>
               <l>Of him <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> is the ruler of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all,</l>
               <l>Yet let me <reg orig="counsell">counsel</reg> ye, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> might command,</l>
               <l>Do not presume <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> tempt them with ill words,</l>
               <l>Nor suffer any meetings <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be had</l>
               <l>Within your house, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="vttermost">uttermost</reg>,</l>
               <l>Disperse the <reg orig="flockes">flocks</reg> of this new gathering sect.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>My liege, if any breathe, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> dares come forth,</l>
               <l>And say, my life <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> any of these points</l>
               <l><reg orig="Deserues">Deserves</reg> <reg orig="th'attaindor">the attaindor</reg> of ignoble thoughts</l>
               <l>Here stand I, <reg orig="crauing">craving</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="remorce">remorse</reg> at all,</l>
               <l>But <reg orig="euen">even</reg> the <reg orig="vtmost">utmost</reg> <reg orig="rigor">rigour</reg> may be <reg orig="showne">shown</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Let it suffice <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> know your <reg orig="loyaltie">loyalty</reg>,</l>
               <l>What <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you there?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l>A deed of <reg orig="clemencie">clemency</reg>,</l>
               <l>Your <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg> pardon <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Lord Powesse life,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> I did beg, and you my noble Lord,</l>
               <l>Of gracious <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg> did vouchsafe <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> grant.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>But yet it is not signed with <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> hand.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>Not yet my Liege. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>one ready with pen and incke.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>The fact, you say, was done,</l>
               <l>Not of prepensed malice, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> chance.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> mine <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> otherwise.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>There is his pardon, bid him make amends, </l>
                  <stage>writes.</stage>
   
               <l>And cleanse his <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> God <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his offence,</l>
               <l>What <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> remit, is but the bodies scourge, </l> 
               <stage>Enter Bishop.</stage>
           
               <l>How now Lord Bishop?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Iustice">Justice</reg> dread <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg>.</l>
               <l>As thou art King, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <reg orig="graunt">grant</reg> I may <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="iustice">justice</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>What <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> this exclamation, let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> know?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Ah my good Lord, the <reg orig="state's">state is</reg> <reg orig="abusde">abused</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> decrees most shamefully <reg orig="prophande">profaned</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>How, or <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> whom?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>,</l>
               <l>This <reg orig="Iew">Jew</reg>, this Traitor <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l>Prelate, thou liest, <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy <reg orig="greasie">greasy</reg> maw,</l>
               <l>Or <reg orig="whosoeuer">whosoever</reg> twits me with the name,</l>
               <l>Of either traitor, or of <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Forbeare">Forbear</reg> I say, and Bishop, <reg orig="shew">show</reg> the cause</l>
               <l>From whence this late abuse hath <reg orig="bin">been</reg> <reg orig="deriu'de">derived</reg>,</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Thus <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> King, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="generall">general</reg> consent,</l>
               <l>A messenger was sent <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> cite this Lord,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> make appearance <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="consistorie">consistory</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his house, a ruffian <reg orig="slaue">slave</reg>,</l>
               <l>One of his daily followers, met the man,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> knowing him <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be a <reg orig="parator">paritor</reg>,</l>
               <l>Assaults him first, and after <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> contempt</l>
               <l>Of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> proceedings, makes him <reg orig="eate">eat</reg></l>
               <l>The written <reg orig="processe">process</reg>, parchment, <reg orig="seale">seal</reg> and all:</l>
               <l>Whereby his <reg orig="maister">master</reg> neither was brought forth,</l>
               <l>Nor <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> but <reg orig="scornd">scorned</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="authoritie">authority</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>When was this done?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>At <reg orig="sixe">six</reg> a <reg orig="clocke">clock</reg> this morning.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>And when came you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> court?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>Last night my Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> this it <reg orig="seemes">seems</reg>, he is not guilty of it,</l>
               <l>And you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done him wrong <reg orig="t'accuse"><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> accuse</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>But it was done my lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his appointment,</l>
               <l>Or else his man durst <reg orig="ne're">never</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> bold.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Or else you durst be bold, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> interrupt,</l>
               <l>And fill <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="eares">ears</reg> with <reg orig="friuolous">frivolous</reg> complaints,</l>
               <l>Is this the <reg orig="duetie">duty</reg> you do <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Was't">Was it</reg> not sufficient <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> did <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> word</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> send <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him, but you misdoubting it,</l>
               <l>Or <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> is worse, intending <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> forestall</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="regall">regal</reg> power, must likewise summon him?</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/> This <reg orig="sauours">savours</reg> of Ambition, not of <reg orig="zeale">zeal</reg>,</l>
               <l>And rather <reg orig="proues">proves</reg>, you malice his estate,</l>
               <l>Than any way <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he offends the law.</l>
               <l>Go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> it not, and he your officer,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> was <reg orig="imployde">employed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much <reg orig="amisse">amiss</reg> herein,</l>
               <l>Had his desert <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> being insolent:</l>
                  <stage>Enter Huntington</stage>
     
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> Cobham when you please you may depart.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>I humbly bid farewell <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my liege. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exit</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Farewell, <reg orig="what's">what is</reg> the <reg orig="newes">news</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Huntington?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <l>Sir Roger Acton, and a <reg orig="crue">crew</reg>, my Lord,</l>
               <l>Of bold seditious rebels, are <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg>,</l>
               <l>Intending reformation of Religion.</l>
               <l>And with their Army they intend <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> pitch,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> Ficket field, <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> they be <reg orig="repulst">repulsed</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> <reg orig="nere">near</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> presence? dare they be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> bold?</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="prowd">proud</reg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg>, and eager thirst of <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>,</l>
               <l>Whom <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> had thought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="entertaine">entertain</reg> <reg orig="farre">far</reg> off,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Presse">Press</reg> forth <reg orig="vpon vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> 
                  <reg orig="natiue">native</reg> <reg orig="boundes">bounds</reg>?</l>
               <l>Must <reg orig="wee"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg></reg> be <reg orig="forc't">forced</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="hansell">handsel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> sharp blades</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> England here, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <reg orig="prepar'd">prepared</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> France?</l>
               <l>Well, <reg orig="a"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg></reg> Gods name be it, <reg orig="what's">what is</reg> their number? say,</l>
               <l>Or <reg orig="who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is</reg> the <reg orig="chiefe">chief</reg> commander of this <reg orig="rowt">rout</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <l>Their number is not <reg orig="knowne">known</reg>, as yet (my Lord)</l>
               <l>But <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> reported Sir Iohn Old-castle</l>
               <l>Is the <reg orig="chiefe">chief</reg> man, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> whom they do depend.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>How, the Lord Cobham?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p>Yes my gracious Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>I could <reg orig="haue">have</reg> told your <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg> as much</l>
               <l>Before he went, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I saw your Grace</l>
               <l>Was too much blinded <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his <reg orig="flaterie">flattery</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <p>Send <reg orig="poast">post</reg> my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fetch him <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <l>Traitor <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> his country, how he <reg orig="smooth'de">smoothed</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="seemde">seemed</reg> as innocent as Truth <reg orig="it selfe">itself</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>I cannot <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> it yet, he would be false,</l>
               <l>But if he be, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> matter let him go,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> meet both him and them <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> their <reg orig="wo">woe</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>This falls out well, and at the last I hope </l>
                  <stage>Exeunt</stage>
            
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see this <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg> die <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a rope.</l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Earle of Cambridge, Lord Scroope, Gray, and Chartres the French factor.</stage>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroop.</speaker>
               <l>Once more my Lord of Cambridge make <reg orig="rehersal">rehearsal</reg>,</l>
               <l>How you do stand <reg orig="intiteled">entitled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>,</l>
               <l>The deeper shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> print it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="mindes">minds</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="euery">every</reg> man the better be <reg orig="resolu'de">resolved</reg>,</l>
               <l>When he <reg orig="perceiues">perceives</reg> his <reg orig="quarrell">quarrel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="iust">just</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Cam.</speaker>
               <l>Then thus Lord Scroope, sir Thomas Gray, <reg orig="&">and</reg> you</l>
               <l><reg orig="Mounsieur">Monsieur</reg> de Chartres, agent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the French,</l>
               <l>This Lionell Duke of Clarence, as I said,</l>
               <l>Third <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> of Edward (Englands King) the third</l>
               <l>Had issue Phillip his sole daughter and <reg orig="heyre">heir</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> Phillip afterward was <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> marriage,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> Edmund Mortimer the <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of March,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> him had a son <reg orig="cald">called</reg> Roger Mortimer,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> Roger likewise had of his <reg orig="discent">descent</reg>,</l>
               <l>Edmund, Roger, Anne, and Elianor,</l>
               <l>Two daughters and two <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>, but those three</l>
               <l><reg orig="Dide">Died</reg> without issue, Anne <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> did <reg orig="suruiue">survive</reg>,</l>
               <l>And now was left <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> fathers <reg orig="onely">only</reg> <reg orig="heyre">heir</reg>,</l>
               <l>My fortune was <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> marry, being too</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> my grandfather of King Edwardes line,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> of his <reg orig="sirname">surname</reg>, I am <reg orig="calde">called</reg> you know,</l>
               <l>Richard Plantagenet, my father was,</l>
               <l>Edward the Duke of Yorke, and son and <reg orig="heyre">heir</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> Edmund Langley, Edward the third's first <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroop</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> it <reg orig="seemes">seems</reg> your <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> comes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> your wife,</l>
               <l>As <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> <reg orig="heyre">heir</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Roger Mortimer,</l>
               <l>The son of Edmund, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> did marry Phillip</l>
               <l>Daughter and <reg orig="heyre">heir</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Lyonell Duke of Clarence.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Cam.</speaker>
               <l>True, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> this Harry, and his father both</l>
               <l>Harry the first, as <reg orig="plainely">plainly</reg> doth <reg orig="appeare">appear</reg>,</l>
               <l>Are false intruders, and <reg orig="vsurp">usurp</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>.</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> when <reg orig="yong">young</reg> Richard was at Pomfret <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> him the title of prince Edward <reg orig="dide">died</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> was the eldest of king Edwards <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>:</l>
               <l>William of Hatfield, and their second brother,</l>
               <l>Death <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his nonage had before bereft:</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> my wife <reg orig="deriu'd">derived</reg> from Lionell,</l>
               <l>Third <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> king Edward, ought <reg orig="proceede">proceed</reg>,</l>
               <l>And take possession of the <reg orig="Diademe">Diadem</reg></l>
               <l>Before this Harry, or his father king,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <reg orig="fetcht">fetched</reg> their title but from Lancaster,</l>
               <l>Forth of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> line. And being thus,</l>
               <l>What reason <reg orig="ist">is it</reg> but she should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> right?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <p>I am <reg orig="resolu'de">resolved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> enterprise is <reg orig="iust">just</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="G">
               <speaker>Gray</speaker>
               <p>Harry shall die, or else <reg orig="resigne">resign</reg> his <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="O">
               <speaker>Chart.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Performe">Perform</reg> but <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, and Charles the king of France</l>
               <l>Shall <reg orig="ayde">aid</reg> you <reg orig="lordes">lords</reg>, not <reg orig="onely">only</reg> with his men,</l>
               <l>But send you money <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="maintaine">maintain</reg> your <reg orig="warres">wars</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Fiue">Five</reg> hundred thousand <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg> he bade me proffer,</l>
               <l>If you can stop but Harries voyage <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> France.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scrope</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> had a fitter time than now</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="realme">realm</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> such <reg orig="diuision">division</reg> as it is.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Besides, you must <reg orig="perswade">persuade</reg> ye there is due,</l>
               <l>Vengeance <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Richards murder, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> although</l>
               <l>It be <reg orig="defende">defend</reg>, yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> it fall at last,</l>
               <l>And now as likely as another time.</l>
               <l><reg orig="Sinne">Sin</reg> hath had many <reg orig="yeeres">years</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> ripen <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>,</l>
               <l>And now the <reg orig="haruest">harvest</reg> cannot be <reg orig="farre">far</reg> off,</l>
               <l>Wherein the <reg orig="weedes">weeds</reg> of <reg orig="vsurpation">usurpation</reg>,</l>
               <l>Are <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="cropt">cropped</reg>, and cast into the fire.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> more <reg orig="earle">earl</reg> Cambridge, here I plight my faith,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> set <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> thee, and thy renowned wife.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="G">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>Gray</hi></speaker>
               <p>Gray <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="performe">perform</reg> the same, as he is knight.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="O">
               <speaker>Chart.</speaker>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> assist ye, as I said before,</l>
               <l>Charters doth gage the <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> of his king.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>Scroope</hi></speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="lacke">lack</reg> but now Lord Cobhams fellowship,</l>
               <l>And then <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> plot were absolute <reg orig="indeede">indeed</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Doubt not of him, my lord, his <reg orig="life's">life is</reg> <reg orig="pursu'de">pursued</reg></l>
               <l>
                  <pb/><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> <reg orig="th'incensed">the incensed</reg> <reg orig="Cleargy">Clergy</reg>, and of late,</l>
               <l>Brought <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> displeasure with the king, assures</l>
               <l>He may be quickly <reg orig="wonne">won</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> faction.</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> hath the articles were <reg orig="drawne">drawn</reg> at large</l>
               <l>Of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> whole purpose?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="G">
               <speaker>Gray</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I my Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> should not now be <reg orig="farre">far</reg> off from his house,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> serious conference hath <reg orig="beguild">beguiled</reg> the way,</l>
               <l>See where his castle stands, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me the writing.</l>
               <l>When <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are come <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the speech of him,</l>
               <l>Because <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make recount,</l>
               <l>Of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> hath <reg orig="beene">been</reg> <reg orig="saide">said</reg>, here he shall <reg orig="reade">read</reg> </l>
                  <stage> <hi>enter Cob.</hi> </stage>
     
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="mindes">minds</reg> at large, and what <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> of him.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <l>A ready way: here comes the man <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg></l>
               <l>Booted and <reg orig="spurrd">spurred</reg>, it <reg orig="seemes">seems</reg> he hath <reg orig="beene">been</reg> riding.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVell">Well</reg> met lord Cobham.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>My lord of Cambridge?</l>
               <l>Your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> is most welcome into Kent,</l>
               <l>And all the rest of this <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> company.</l>
               <l>I am new come from London, gentle <reg orig="Lordes">Lords</reg>:</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> ye not take Cowling <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your host,</l>
               <l>And see what <reg orig="entertainement">entertainment</reg> it <reg orig="affordes">affords</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> were intended <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="beene">been</reg> your guests:</l>
               <l>But now this lucky meeting shall <reg orig="suffise">suffice</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> end <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="businesse">business</reg>, and <reg orig="deferre">defer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="kindnesse">kindness</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Businesse">Business</reg> my lord? what <reg orig="businesse">business</reg> should you <reg orig="haue">have</reg></l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="mery">merry</reg>? <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> delicates,</l>
               <l>But this <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> promise you, a <reg orig="peece">piece</reg> of venison,</l>
               <l>A cup of wine, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> forth: hunters fare:</l>
               <l>And if you please, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> strike the <reg orig="stagge">stag</reg> <reg orig="our selues">ourselves</reg></l>
               <l>Shall fill <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> dishes with his <reg orig="wel-fed">well-fed</reg> flesh.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> is <reg orig="indeede">indeed</reg> the thing <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> all desire.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>My <reg orig="lordes">lords</reg>, and you shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> your choice with me.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Nay but the <reg orig="stagge">stag</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> desire <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> strike,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Liues">Lives</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Cowling: if you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> consent,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="goe">go</reg> with <reg orig="vs, weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> bring you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> a <reg orig="forrest">forest</reg>,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>Where <reg orig="runnes">runs</reg> a lusty <reg orig="hierd">herd</reg>: amongst the <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg></l>
               <l>There is a <reg orig="stagge">stag</reg> superior <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the rest,</l>
               <l>A stately beast, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> when his fellows <reg orig="runne">run</reg>,</l>
               <l>He <reg orig="leades">leads</reg> the race, and <reg orig="beates">beats</reg> the sullen earth,</l>
               <l>As though he <reg orig="scorn'd">scorned</reg> it with his trampling <reg orig="hoofes">hooves</reg>,</l>
               <l>Aloft he <reg orig="beares">bears</reg> his head, and with his breast,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Like</seg> a huge <reg orig="bulwarke">bulwark</reg> <reg orig="counter-checkes">counter-checks</reg> the wind:</l>
               <l>And when he standeth still, he stretcheth forth</l>
               <l>His <reg orig="prowd">proud</reg> ambitious <reg orig="necke">neck</reg>, as if he meant</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> wound the firmament with forked <reg orig="hornes">horns</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <reg orig="pitty">pity</reg> such a goodly beast should die.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, sir Iohn, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> he is tyrannous,</l>
               <l>And gores the other <reg orig="deere">dear</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not keep</l>
               <l>Within the <reg orig="limites">limits</reg> are appointed him.</l>
               <l>Of late <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> broke into a <reg orig="seueral">several</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> doth belong <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me, and there he <reg orig="spoiles">spoils</reg></l>
               <l>Both <reg orig="corne">corn</reg> and pasture, two of his <reg orig="wilde">wild</reg> race</l>
               <l>Alike <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> stealth, and <reg orig="couetous">covetous</reg> <reg orig="incroatching">encroaching</reg>,</l>
               <l>Already are <reg orig="remou'd">removed</reg>, if he were dead,</l>
               <l>I should not <reg orig="onely">only</reg> be secure from hurt,</l>
               <l>But with his body make a <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> feast.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <p>How say you then, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you first hunt with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>Faith Lords, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> the pastime, wheres the place?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Peruse this writing, it <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="shew">show</reg> you all,</l>
               <l>And what occasion <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the sport. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>he reades</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Call ye this hunting, my lords? Is this the stag</l>
               <l>You <reg orig="faine">fain</reg> would chase, Harry <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> dread king?</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> may make a banquet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the fleede of <reg orig="wholsome">wholesome</reg> <reg orig="meate">meat</reg>, prepare</l>
               <l>A dish of poison <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> confound <reg orig="our selues">ourselves</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Why <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> lord Cobham? see you not <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="claime">claim</reg>?</l>
               <l>And how imperiously he <reg orig="holdes">holds</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <l>Besides, you know <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> disgrace,</l>
               <l>Held as a recreant, and <reg orig="pursude">pursued</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death.</l>
               <l>This <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> defend you from your enemies,</l>
               <l>And stablish your religion through the land.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Notorious treason! yet I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="conceale">conceal</reg> </l>
                  <stage>aside</stage>
  
               <l>My secret thoughts, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> sound the depth of it.</l>
               <l>My lord of Cambridge, I <reg orig="doe">do</reg> see your <reg orig="claime">claim</reg>,</l>
               <l>And what good may redound <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the land,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> prosecuting of this enterprise.</l>
               <l> But where are men? <reg orig="where's">where is</reg> power and furniture</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> order such an action? <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are <reg orig="weake">weak</reg>,</l>
               <l>Harry, you <reg orig="know's">know is</reg> a mighty potentate.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Tut, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are strong enough, you are <reg orig="belou'de">beloved</reg>,</l>
               <l>And many <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be glad <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> follow you,</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg></reg> are the light, and some <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> follow <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>:</l>
               <l>Besides, there is hope from France: <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> an <reg orig="embassador">ambassador</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> promiseth both men and money too.</l>
               <l>The commons likewise (as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg>) pretend</l>
               <l>A <reg orig="sodaine">sudden</reg> tumult, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="ioyne">join</reg> with them.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Some <reg orig="likelihoode">likelihood</reg>, I must <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speede">speed</reg>:</l>
               <l>But how shall I <reg orig="beleeue">believe</reg> this is <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg> truth?</l>
               <l>You are (my lords) such men as <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Court,</l>
               <l>And highly <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="beene">been</reg> <reg orig="fauour'd">favoured</reg> of the king,</l>
               <l>Especially lord Scroope, <reg orig="whome">whom</reg> oftentimes</l>
               <l>He maketh choice of <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his bedfellow.</l>
               <l>And you lord Gray are of his <reg orig="priuy">privy</reg> <reg orig="councell">council</reg>:</l>
               <l>Is not this a <reg orig="traine">train</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="intrappe">entrap</reg> my life?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <p>Then perish may my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>: what <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVeele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="G">
               <speaker>Gray</speaker>
               <p>Or take the sacrament.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Nay you are noble men, and I imagine,</l>
               <l>As you are <reg orig="honorable">honourable</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> birth and <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> heart, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thought, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> word.</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> other testimony but this.</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> you would all subscribe, and set your hands</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vnto">Unto</reg> this writing <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> you <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVith">With</reg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> hearts: <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> hath any pen and <reg orig="inke">ink</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <p>My pocket should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> one: yea, <reg orig="heere">hear</reg> it is.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> it me lord Scroope: there is my name.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <p>And there is my name.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="G">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Gray</speaker>
               <p>And mine.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Sir, let me <reg orig="craue">crave</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> you would likewise write your name with theirs,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> confirmation of your <reg orig="maisters">masters</reg> word,</l>
               <l>The king of <reg orig="Fraunce">France</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="O">
               <speaker>Char.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I noble Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> now this action is well knit together,</l>
               <l>And I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> you: <reg orig="where's">where is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> meeting, lords?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <p>Here if you please, the tenth of <reg orig="Iuly">July</reg> next.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> Kent? agreed: now let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> supper,</l>
               <l>I hope your <reg orig="honors">honours</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not away <reg orig="to night">tonight</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Yes presently, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="farre">far</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> ride,</l>
               <l>About <reg orig="solliciting">soliciting</reg> of other friends.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroope</speaker>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> would not be absent from the court,</l>
               <l>Lest thereby grow <reg orig="suspition">suspicion</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the king.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>Yet taste a cup of wine before ye go.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <p>Not now my lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you: <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> farewell.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l>Farewell my noble <reg orig="lordes">lords</reg>: my noble lords?</l>
               <l>My noble <reg orig="villaines">villains</reg>, base conspirators,</l>
               <l>How can they <reg orig="looke">look</reg> his <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the face,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Whome">Whom</reg> they <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="closly">closely</reg> study <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> betray?</l>
               <l>But <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> not <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg> <reg orig="vntill">until</reg> I make it <reg orig="knowne">known</reg>.</l>
               <l>This head shall not be <reg orig="burdned">burdened</reg> with such thoughts,</l>
               <l>Nor <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this heart <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I <reg orig="conceale">conceal</reg> a <reg orig="deede">deed</reg></l>
               <l>Of such <reg orig="impietie">impiety</reg> against my king.</l>
               <l>Madam, how now?
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Harpoole and the rest.</stage>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady cobh.</speaker>
               <l>You are welcome home, my Lord,</l>
               <l>Why <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg> ye <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> disquiet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg>?</l>
               <l>What hath <reg orig="befalne">befallen</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> disquiets your <reg orig="minde">mind</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AE">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>Lady Po.</hi></speaker>
               <p>Bad <reg orig="newes">news</reg> I am <reg orig="afraide">afraid</reg> touching my husband.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Madam, not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>: there is your husbands pardon,</l>
               <l>Long may ye <reg orig="liue">live</reg>, each <reg orig="ioy">joy</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the other.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powesse</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> great a <reg orig="kindnesse">kindness</reg> as I <reg orig="knowe">know</reg> not <reg orig="howe">how</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make reply, my sense is quite confounded.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> alone: and madam stay me not,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I must <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the court <reg orig="againe">again</reg></l>
               <l>
                  <pb/> With all the <reg orig="speede">speed</reg> I can: Harpoole, my horse.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady Cob.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> my Lord? what <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you ride all night?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>All night or day it must be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> wife,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vrge">Urge</reg> me not why or what my <reg orig="businesse">business</reg> is,</l>
               <l>But get you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>: Lord Powesse, <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> with me,</l>
               <l>And madam, <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> your welcome <reg orig="nere">never</reg> the worse:</l>
               <l>My house is at your <reg orig="vse">use</reg>. Harpoole, away.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Shall I attend your lordship <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the court?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>Yea sir, your gelding, mount you presently 
               </p>
            </sp>
           <stage>exe.</stage>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="prythee">prithee</reg> Harpoole, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> thy Lord,</l>
               <l>I do not <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> this <reg orig="sodaine">sudden</reg> posting <reg orig="backe">back</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>Powe</hi></speaker>
               <l>Some earnest <reg orig="businesse">business</reg> is a <reg orig="foote">foot</reg> belike,</l>
               <l>What <reg orig="e're">ever</reg> it be, pray God be his good guide.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AE">
               <speaker>Lady Po.</speaker>
               <p>Amen <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> hath <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> highly <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> bested.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady Co.</speaker>
               <l>Come madam, and my lord, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> hope the best,</l>
               <l>You shall not into Wales till he <reg orig="returne">return</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Powesse</speaker>
               <p>Though great occasion be <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> should <reg orig="departe">depart</reg>, yet madam <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> stay <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="resolude">resolved</reg>, of this <reg orig="vnlookt">unlooked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">for</seg> doubtful accident. 
                  
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter Murley and his men, prepared in some filthy order for warre.</stage>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murly.</speaker>
               <p>Come my hearts of flint, modestly, decently, soberly, and <reg orig="handsomly">handsomely</reg>, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> man afore his Leader, follow your master, your <reg orig="Captaine">Captain</reg>, 
                  your Knight <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> be, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> of <reg orig="Meale-men">Mealmen</reg>, 
                  Millers, and <reg orig="Mault-men">Malt-men</reg> <reg orig="dunne">dun</reg> is the 
                  <reg orig="mowse">mouse</reg>, Dicke and Tom <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="credite">credit</reg> of Dunstable, ding <reg orig="downe">down</reg> the 
                  <reg orig="enemie">enemy</reg> <reg orig="to morrow">tomorrow</reg>, ye shall not come into the field <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> beggars, 
                  where be Leonard and Laurence my two loaders, Lord <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg> <reg orig="vpon vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, 
                  what a world is this? I would <reg orig="giue">give</reg> a couple of shillings <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a dozen of good <reg orig="fethers">feathers</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> ye, 
                  and forty pence <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> as many <reg orig="skarffes">scarfs</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> set ye out <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>, 
                  frost and snow, a man has <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> heart <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight till he be <reg orig="braue">brave</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AF">
               <speaker>Dicke</speaker>
               <p>Master I hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> babes, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> manhood, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> bucklers, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="towne">town</reg> 
                  <reg orig="foote-balls">footballs</reg> can <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="witnesse">witness</reg>: 
                  and this lite <reg orig="parrell">apparel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> shall off, and 
                  <reg orig="wee'l"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> fight naked afore <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="runne">run</reg> away.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AK">
               <speaker>Tom.</speaker>
               <p>Nay, I am of Laurence mind <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> he <reg orig="meanes">means</reg>
<pb/>
<seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> his life behind him, he and Leonard your two loaders are making their wills because they 
                  <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="wiues">wives</reg>, 
now <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="Bachellers">Bachelors</reg> bid <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends scramble <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> goods if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> die: 
                  but master, pray ye let me ride <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> Cutte.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murly</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Meale">Meal</reg> and salt, wheat and <reg orig="mault">malt</reg>, fire and tow, frost and snow, why Tom thou shalt: let me see, 
                  here are you, William and George are with my cart, and Robin and Hodge 
                  holding my <reg orig="owne">own</reg> two horses, proper men, <reg orig="handsom">handsome</reg> men, tall men, true men.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AF">
               <speaker>Dicke</speaker>
               <p>But master, master, <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> you are a mad man, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hazard your <reg orig="owne">own</reg> person and a cart load of money too.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AK">
               <speaker>Tom.</speaker>
               <p>Yea, and <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> a worse matter <reg orig="in't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> it</reg>, 
                  if it be as I heard say, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> go <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight against 
                  all the learned Bishops, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> should <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> their blessing, 
                  and if they curse <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> shall <reg orig="speede">speed</reg> <reg orig="nere">never</reg> the better.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AF">
               <speaker>Dicke</speaker>
               <p>Nay <reg orig="bir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg></reg> lady, some say the King takes their part, and master, dare you fight against the King?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murly</speaker>
               <p>Fie paltry, paltry <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> and out, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion, 
                  if the King be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="vnwise">unwise</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> come there, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> fight with him too.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AK">
               <speaker>Tom.</speaker>
               <p>What if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> should kill the King?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>Then <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make another.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AF">
               <speaker>Dicke</speaker>
               <p>Is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> all, do ye not <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> treason?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>If <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> do, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> dare <reg orig="trippe">trip</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>? <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> conscience, 
                  and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="honor">honour</reg>, little know you 
                  what is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my <reg orig="bosome">bosom</reg>, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> here <reg orig="madde">mad</reg> 
                  <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg>, a <reg orig="paire">pair</reg> of guilt <reg orig="spurres">spurs</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AK">
               <speaker>Tom.</speaker>
               <p>A <reg orig="paire">pair</reg> of golden <reg orig="spurres">spurs</reg>? why do you not put them <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> 
                  your <reg orig="heeles">heels</reg>? your <reg orig="bosome's">bosom is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> place <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="spurres">spurs</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Bee't">Be it</reg> more or <reg orig="lesse">less</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion, 
                  Lord <reg orig="haue">have</reg> mercy <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, Tom <reg orig="th'art">thou art</reg> a <reg orig="foole">fool</reg>, 
                  and thou speakest treason <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> knighthood, dare any <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> golden or <reg orig="siluer">silver</reg> spurs 
                  <reg orig="til">till</reg> he be a knight? <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, I shall be knighted <reg orig="to morrow">tomorrow</reg>, and then they shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>: sirs, was it 
                  <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> read <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the church <reg orig="booke">book</reg> of Dunstable, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> <reg orig="mault">malt</reg> man was made knight?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AK">
               <speaker>Tom.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> but you are more, you are meal-man, <reg orig="maultman">malt-man</reg>, miller, <reg orig="corne-master">corn-master</reg> and all.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AF">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Dicke</speaker>
               <p>Yea, and <reg orig="halfe">half</reg> a brewer too, and the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> and all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> wealth, 
                  you bring more money with you, than all the rest.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>The <reg orig="more's">more is</reg> my <reg orig="honor">honour</reg>, I <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> be a knight 
                  <reg orig="to morow">tomorrow</reg>, let me spose my men, 
                  Tom <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> cutte, Dicke <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> hobbe, 
                  Hodge <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> Ball, Raph <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> Sorell, 
                  and Robin <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the forehorse.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Acton, Bourne, and Beuerley.</stage>
            <sp who="AK">
               <speaker>Tom.</speaker>
               <p>Stand, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> comes there?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Al">All</reg> friends, good fellow.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murl.</speaker>
               <p>Friends and <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg> <reg orig="indeede">indeed</reg> sir Roger.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <l>Why thus you <reg orig="shew">show</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> a Gentleman,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> your day, and come <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> well <reg orig="preparde">prepared</reg>,</l>
               <l>Your cart stands yonder, guarded <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> your men,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> tell me it is <reg orig="loaden">laden</reg> well with come,</l>
               <l>What <reg orig="summe">sum</reg> is there?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>Ten thousand pound sir Roger, and modestly, decently, soberly, 
                  and handsomely, see what I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> here against I be knighted.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <p>Gilt spurs? <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> well.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>But <reg orig="where's">where is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="armie">army</reg> sir?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Disperst">Dispersed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> sundry villages about,</l>
               <l>Some here with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Hygate, some at Finchley,</l>
               <l>Totnam, Enfield, Edmunton, Newington,</l>
               <l>Islington, Hogsdon, Pancredge, Kenzington,</l>
               <l>Some <reg orig="neerer">nearer</reg> Thames, Ratcliffe, Blackwall and Bow,</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="chiefe">chief</reg> strength must be the Londoners,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> ere the <reg orig="Sunne">Sun</reg> <reg orig="to morrow">tomorrow</reg> shine,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg> be <reg orig="nere">near</reg> <reg orig="fiftie">fifty</reg> thousand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>Mary God dild ye <reg orig="daintie">dainty</reg> my <reg orig="deere">dear</reg>, but <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion sir Roger Acton, 
                  doth not the King know of it, and gather his power against <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <reg orig="hee's">he is</reg> secure at Eltham.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>What do the <reg orig="Cleargie">Clergy</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Feare">Fear</reg> <reg orig="extreamly">extremely</reg>, yet prepare <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> force.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">In</seg> and out, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro, <reg orig="Bullie">Bully</reg> my <reg orig="boikin">boykin</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> shall
<pb/>
                  carry the world afore <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, I vow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my <reg orig="worshippe">worship</reg>, when I am knighted, 
                  <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> take the King napping, if he stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> their part.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <l>This night <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> few <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Higate <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> repose,</l>
               <l>With the first <reg orig="cocke">cock</reg> <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> rise and <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> <reg orig="our selues">ourselves</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Ficket <reg orig="fielde">field</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="breake">break</reg> of day,</l>
               <l>And there expect <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Generall">General</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>Sir Iohn Old-castle, what if he come not?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="T">
               <speaker>Bourne</speaker>
               <l>Yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> action stands,</l>
               <l>Sir Roger Acton may supply his place.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>True M. Bourne but <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> shall make me knight?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="V">
               <speaker>Beuer.</speaker>
               <p>He <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> hath power <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Generall">General</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Talke">Talk</reg> not of trifles, come <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> away,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> friends of London long till it be day. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>
               <hi>Enter sir Iohn of Wrotham and Doll.</hi>
            </stage>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> my troth, thou art as <reg orig="ielous">jealous</reg> a man as <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Priest</speaker>
               <p>Canst thou blame me Doll, thou art my lands, my goods, my <reg orig="iewels">jewels</reg>, my wealth, my purse, 
                  none walks within <reg orig="xl.">forty</reg> miles of London, but a plies thee as <reg orig="truely">truly</reg>, as the parish 
                  does the <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <reg orig="mans">man's</reg> <reg orig="boxe">box</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>I am as true <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, as the stone is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="wal">wall</reg>, and thou knowest well enough sir Iohn, 
                  I was <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> as good doing, when I came <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, as any wench <reg orig="neede">need</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be: and therefore thou hast tried me, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> thou hast: <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Gods body, I <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> not be kept as I 
                  <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Priest</speaker>
               <p>Doll, if this blade <reg orig="holde">hold</reg>, <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> not a <reg orig="pedler">peddler</reg> 
                  <reg orig="walkes">walks</reg> with a pack, but thou shalt as boldly 
                  <reg orig="chuse">choose</reg> of his wares, as with thy ready <reg orig="mony">money</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> 
                  a <reg orig="Marchants">Merchants</reg> shop, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> as good 
                  <reg orig="siluer">silver</reg> as the King <reg orig="coynes">coins</reg> any.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>What is <reg orig="al">all</reg> the gold spent you <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> the last day from the Courtier?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Priest</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> gone Doll, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> flown, merely come, merely <reg orig="gon">gone</reg>, 
                  he comes a horse <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> must pay <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> all, 
                  <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> as good <reg orig="meate">meat</reg>, 
                  as <reg orig="mony">money</reg> can get, and as good <reg orig="gownes">gowns</reg>, as can be bought <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> gold, 
                  be <reg orig="mery">merry</reg> wench, the <reg orig="mault-man">malt-man</reg> comes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <reg orig="munday">monday</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>You might <reg orig="haue">have</reg> left me at Cobham, <reg orig="vntil">until</reg> 
                  you had <reg orig="bin">been</reg> better <reg orig="prouided">provided</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">for</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Priest.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> sweet Dol, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, I do not <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, yond old ruffian is not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the priest, 
                  I do not <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> a new <reg orig="cleark">clerk</reg> should come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the old <reg orig="bel-frie">belfry</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>Ah thou art a mad priest <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>Priest</speaker>
               <p>Come Doll, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> see thee safe at some alehouse here at Cray, 
                  and the next <reg orig="sheepe">sheep</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> comes shall <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> his fleece. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter the King, Suffolke and Butler.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King in great haste.</speaker>
               <l>My lord of Suffolk, <reg orig="poste">post</reg> away <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> life,</l>
               <l>And let <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> forces of such horse and <reg orig="foote">foot</reg>,</l>
               <l>As can be gathered <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> any <reg orig="meanes">means</reg>,</l>
               <l>Make speedy <reg orig="randeuow">rendevous</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Tuttle fields,</l>
               <l>It must be done this <reg orig="euening">evening</reg> my Lord,</l>
               <l>This night the <reg orig="rebells">rebels</reg> <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> draw <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> head</l>
               <l><reg orig="Neere">Near</reg> Islington, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> if your <reg orig="speede">speed</reg> <reg orig="preuent">prevent</reg> not,</l>
               <l>If once they should <reg orig="vnite">unite</reg> their <reg orig="seuerall">several</reg> forces,</l>
               <l>Their power is almost thought <reg orig="inuincible">invincible</reg>,</l>
               <l>Away my Lord I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be with you <reg orig="soone">soon</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suf.</speaker>
               <p>I go my <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg> with all <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> <reg orig="speede">speed</reg>. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exit</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <l>Make haste my lord of Suffolke as you <reg orig="loue">love</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>Butler, <reg orig="poste">post</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London with all <reg orig="speede">speed</reg>.</l>
               <l><reg orig="Commaund">Command</reg> the <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg>, and <reg orig="shrieues">Sherrifs</reg>, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> their <reg orig="alegiance">allegiance</reg>,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="cittie">city</reg> gates be presently shut <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>And guarded with a strong sufficient watch,</l>
               <l>And not a man be suffered <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="passe">pass</reg>,</l>
               <l>Without a <reg orig="speciall">special</reg> warrant from <reg orig="our selfe">ourself</reg>.</l>
               <l>Command the <reg orig="Posterne">Postern</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the Tower be kept,</l>
               <l>And proclamation <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the <reg orig="paine">pain</reg> of death,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> not a citizen <reg orig="stirre">stir</reg> from his <reg orig="doores">doors</reg>,</l>
               <l>Except such as the <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg> and <reg orig="Shrieues">Sherrifs</reg> shall <reg orig="chuse">choose</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> their <reg orig="owne">own</reg> <reg orig="guarde">guard</reg>, and safety of their persons,</l>
               <l>Butler away, <reg orig="haue">have</reg> care <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my charge.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="goe">go</reg> my <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Butler.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p>My Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Goe">Go</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Greenewich, and command a <reg orig="boate">boat</reg>,</l>
               <l>At the <reg orig="Friers">Friars</reg> bridge attend my <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> my Lord. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exit</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="It's">It is</reg> time I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> rebellion,</l>
               <l>When Acton doth expect <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> his <reg orig="ayd">aid</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> <reg orig="lesse">less</reg> <reg orig="then">than</reg> <reg orig="fiftie">fifty</reg> thousand Londoners,</l>
               <l>Well, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Westminster <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this disguise,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> what <reg orig="newes">news</reg> is stirring <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> these <reg orig="brawles">brawls</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter sir Iohn.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Stand true-man <reg orig="saies">says</reg> a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Stand <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>, <reg orig="saies">says</reg> a true man, how if a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Stand <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg> too.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Then <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg> or true-man I see I must stand, I see how <reg orig="soeuer">soever</reg> the world <reg orig="wagges">wags</reg>, 
                  the trade of <reg orig="theeuing">thieving</reg> yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg>, what art thou?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>A good fellow.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> am I too, I see thou dost know me.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn.</speaker>
               <p>If thou be a good fellow, play the good <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg> part, <reg orig="deliuer">deliver</reg> 
                  thy purse without more <reg orig="adoe">ado</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="mony">money</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>I must make you find some before <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> part, if you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="mony">money</reg> 
                  you <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> ware, 
                  as many sound <reg orig="drie">dry</reg> blows as your skin can <reg orig="carrie">carry</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> the <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg> truth?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more <reg orig="adoe">ado</reg>, come, come, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> 
                  me the <reg orig="mony">money</reg> you <reg orig="haue">have</reg>, dispatch, I cannot stand all day.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Wel">Well</reg>, if thou wilt needs <reg orig="haue">have</reg> it, there <reg orig="tis">it is</reg>: 
                  <reg orig="iust">just</reg> the <reg orig="prouerb">proverb</reg>, one <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg> robs another, 
                  where the <reg orig="diuel">devil</reg> are all my old <reg orig="theeues">thieves</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> were wont <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> 
                  <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> this <reg orig="walke">walk</reg>? Falstaffe the <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> fat, 
                  he cannot get <reg orig="on's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his</reg> horse, but <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> Poines and Peto should be stirring <reg orig="here abouts">hereabouts</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>How much is there <reg orig="on't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> it</reg> of thy word?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <l>A hundred pound <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Angels, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my word,</l>
               <l>The time has <reg orig="beene">been</reg> I would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done as much</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> thee, if thou hadst past this way, as I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> now.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>sir. Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, what art thou, thou <reg orig="seem'st">seemst</reg> a gentleman?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="lesse">less</reg>, yet a <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> one now, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> thou hast all my <reg orig="mony">money</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>From whence <reg orig="cam'st">camest</reg> thou?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>From the court at Eltham.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Art thou one of the Kings <reg orig="seruants">servants</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Yes <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> I am and one of his chamber.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>I am glad thou art <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> worse, thou <reg orig="maist">mayst</reg> the better spare thy <reg orig="mony">money</reg>, <reg orig="&">and</reg> thinkst thou thou mightst 
                  get a poor <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg> his pardon if he should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="neede">need</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King.</speaker>
               <p>Yes <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> I can.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Wilt thou do <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me, when I shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> occasion?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Yes faith <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> it be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> murther.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Nay, I am a <reg orig="pittifull">pitiful</reg> <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>, all the hurt I do a man, I take but his purse, 
                  <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> kill <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> man.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Then of my word <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> do it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> me thy hand of the same.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>There <reg orig="tis">it is</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Me thinks">Methinks</reg> the King should be good <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="theeues">thieves</reg> because he has 
                  <reg orig="bin">been</reg> a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>, 
                  though I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> now he be turned true-man.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Faith I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> heard indeed he has had an <reg orig="il">ill</reg> name <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> way 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his youth, but how canst thou tell he has <reg orig="beene">been</reg> a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>How? because he once <reg orig="robde">robbed</reg> me before I fell <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the trade <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>, 
                  when <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="foule">foul</reg> villainous guts, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> led him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="rogery">roguery</reg>, was <reg orig="in's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his</reg> company there, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Falstaffe.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>aside.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               
               <p>Well if he did rob thee then, thou art but <reg orig="euen">even</reg> with him now <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg>: 
                  thou knowest not the king now, I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg>, if thou sawest him?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Not I <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>aside.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> it should <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Well, if old King Henry had <reg orig="liu'de">lived</reg>, this King <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> is now, 
                  had made <reg orig="theeuing">thieving</reg> the best trade <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Why <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Because he was the <reg orig="chiefe">chief</reg> warden of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> company, <reg orig="it's">it is</reg> 
                  <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <reg orig="ere">ever</reg> he 
                  should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg> a King, he was <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> 
                  a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>, but <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, wilt remember my pardon if <reg orig="neede">need</reg> be?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Yes faith <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Wilt thou? well then because thou shalt go safe, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> thou <reg orig="mayest">mayst</reg> hap (being <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> 
                  <reg orig="earely">early</reg>) be met with <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, 
                  before thou come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Southwarke, if any man when he should bid thee good morrow, 
                  bid thee stand, say thou but sir Iohn, and he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> let thee <reg orig="passe">pass</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King</speaker>
               <p>Is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> the word? well then let me alone.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Nay <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, because I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <reg orig="indeede">indeed</reg> 
                  I shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> some occasion <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> thee, <reg orig="&">and</reg> as thou <reg orig="comst">comest</reg> oft this way, 
                  I may light <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thee another time not knowing thee, here, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="breake">break</reg> this <reg orig="Angell">Angel</reg>, 
                  take thou <reg orig="halfe">half</reg> of it, this is a token betwixt thee and me.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>King.</speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="haue">have</reg> mercy, farewell. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exit</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>O my fine golden <reg orig="slaues">slaves</reg>, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee wench 
                  <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>, now Dol, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="reuel">revel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="beuer">beaver</reg>, 
                  this is a <reg orig="tyth">tithe</reg> <reg orig="pigge">pig</reg> of my <reg orig="vicaridge">vicarage</reg>, 
                  God <reg orig="haue">have</reg> mercy <reg orig="neigbour">neighbour</reg> Shooters hill, you paid your <reg orig="tyth">tithe</reg> honestly. 
                  <reg orig="Wel">Well</reg> I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> there is a company of <reg orig="rebelles">rebels</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> against the King, 
                  got together <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Ficket field <reg orig="neere">near</reg> Holborne, and as it is thought here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Kent, 
                  the King <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be there <reg orig="to night in's">tonight <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his</reg> <reg orig="owne">own</reg> person, 
                  well <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Kings camp, and it shall go hard, 
                  but if there be any doings, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make some good <reg orig="boote">boot</reg> amongst them. 
                  
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exit.</stage>
            <stage>Enter King Henry, Suffolke, Huntington, and two with lights.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>K. Hen.</speaker>
               <l>My Lords of Suffolke and of Huntington,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> <reg orig="skouts">scouts</reg> it now? or <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> stands <reg orig="Sentinells">Sentinels</reg>?</l>
               <l>What men of worth? what Lords do <reg orig="walke">walk</reg> the round?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <p>May it please your <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>K. Hen.</speaker>
               <l>Peace, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="King's">King is</reg> <reg orig="asleepe">asleep</reg>, wake not his <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>With <reg orig="termes">terms</reg> nor titles, <reg orig="hee's">he is</reg> at rest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> bed,</l>
               <l>Kings do not <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> watch <reg orig="themselues">themselves</reg>, they <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg>,</l>
               <l>And let rebellion and <reg orig="conspiracie">conspiracy</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Reuel">Revel</reg> and <reg orig="hauocke">havoc</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the common wealth,</l>
               <l>Is London <reg orig="lookt">looked</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <l>It is my Lord,</l>
               <l>Your noble <reg orig="Vncle">Uncle</reg> Exceter is there,</l>
               <l>Your brother Gloucester and my Lord of Warwicke,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> with the <reg orig="maior">mayor</reg> and the Aldermen,</l>
               <l>Do guard the gates, and <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> good rule within,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Cambridge, and sir Thomas Gray,</l>
               <l>Do <reg orig="walke">walk</reg> the Round, Lord Scroope and Butler skout,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> though it please your <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="iest">jest</reg>,</l>
               <l>Were you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> bed, well might you take your rest,</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>K. Hen.</speaker>
               <l>I thank ye Lords, but you do know of old,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg> a perfect night-walker,</l>
               <l>London you say is safely <reg orig="lookt">looked</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg>,</l>
               <l>Alas <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> rebels, there your <reg orig="ayd">aid</reg> must <reg orig="faile">fail</reg>,</l>
               <l>And the Lord Cobham sir Iohn Old-castle,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Hee's">He is</reg> quiet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Kent, Acton ye are <reg orig="deceiu'd">deceived</reg>,</l>
               <l>Reckon <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, you count without your host,</l>
               <l><reg orig="To morrow">Tomorrow</reg> you shall <reg orig="giue">give</reg> account <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Til">Till</reg> when my friends, this long cold winters night,</l>
               <l>How can <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> spend? King Harry is a <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="al">all</reg> his Lords, these garments <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Al">All</reg> friends at <reg orig="footebal">football</reg>, <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> field,</l>
               <l>Harry, and Dicke, and George, bring <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> a <reg orig="drumme">drum</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> square dice, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> this court of guard,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="al">all</reg> good <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg> companies <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> come.</l>
               <l>Wheres <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> mad priest ye told me was <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> fight, as <reg orig="wel">well</reg> as pray, if <reg orig="neede">need</reg> required?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Hees">He is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Camp, and if he knew of this,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="vndertake">undertake</reg> he would not be long hence.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Trippe">Trip</reg> Dicke, <reg orig="Trippe">Trip</reg> George. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>they trippe.</stage>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <l>I must <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the dice,</l>
               <l>What do <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> play at?
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>they play at dice.</stage>
            <sp who="F">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <p>Passage if ye please.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p>Set round then, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg>, at all.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>George, you are out.</l>
               <l><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> me the dice, I <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="twentie">twenty</reg> pound,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Heres">Here is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="luckie">lucky</reg> passage into France.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p>Harry you <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <reg orig="indeede">indeed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> you <reg orig="sweepe">sweep</reg> all.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <p>A <reg orig="signe">sign</reg> king Harry <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> sweep <reg orig="al">all</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>ent. sir Iohn</stage>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Edge ye good <reg orig="fellowes">fellows</reg>, take a fresh <reg orig="gamster">gamester</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Master Parson? <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> play nothing but gold?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn.</speaker>
               <p>And fellow, I <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the priest hath gold, gold? <reg orig="sbloud">'sblood</reg> 
                  ye are but <reg orig="beggerly">beggarly</reg> <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me, 
                  I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> more gold than all you three.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p>It may be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="beleeue">believe</reg> it not.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Set priest set, I <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> gold.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Ye <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <reg orig="indeede">indeed</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Harry</speaker>
               <p>Priest, hast thou any more?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>Zounds what a <reg orig="question's">question is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>?</l>
               <l>I tell thee I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> more <reg orig="then">than</reg> all you three,</l>
               <l>At these ten <reg orig="Angells">Angels</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Harry.</speaker>
               <l>I wonder how thou <reg orig="comst">comest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">by</seg> all this gold,</l>
               <l>How many benefices hast thou priest?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg> but one, dost wonder how I come <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">by</seg> gold? I wonder rather 
                  how <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> gold, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> tell thee good fellow, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> 
                  <reg orig="euery">every</reg> day <reg orig="tythes">tithes</reg>, offerings, <reg orig="christnings">christenings</reg>, 
                  weddings, <reg orig="burialls">burials</reg>: 
                  and you <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> snakes come <reg orig="seldome">seldom</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> a <reg orig="bootie">booty</reg>. 
                  <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> a <reg orig="prowd">proud</reg> word, I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> but one parsonage, 
                  Wrootham, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> better than the <reg orig="Bishopprick">Bishopric</reg> of Rochester, 
                  <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> <reg orig="nere">never</reg> a hill, heath, 
                  nor <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all Kent, but <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my parish, Barrham 
                  <reg orig="downe">down</reg>, Chobham <reg orig="downe">down</reg>, Gads hill, Wrootham hill, 
                  <reg orig="Blacke">Black</reg> heath, <reg orig="Cockes">Cocks</reg> heath, Birchen wood, all pay me 
                  <reg orig="tythe">tithe</reg>, gold quoth <reg orig="a">he</reg>? ye <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <p>Harry ye are out, now parson shake the dice.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn.</speaker>
               <p>Set, set <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="couer">cover</reg> ye at <reg orig="al">all</reg>: 
                  A plague <reg orig="on't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> it</reg> I am out, 
                  the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg>, and dice, and a wench, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> trust them?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Saist">Sayst</reg> thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> priest? set <reg orig="faire">fair</reg>, at all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> once.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Out sir, pay all.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Sbloud">'sblood</reg> pay me angel gold,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> none of your <reg orig="crackt">cracked</reg> French <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg> nor pistolets,</l>
               <l>Pay me <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> angel gold, as I pay you.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> <reg orig="crackt">cracked</reg> french <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg>? I hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> 
                  see more <reg orig="crackt">cracked</reg> french <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg> ere long.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Thou meanest of French <reg orig="mens">men's</reg> <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg>, when the King is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p>Set round, at all.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Ihon</speaker>
               <p>Pay all: this is some <reg orig="lucke">luck</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> me the dice, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> I must <reg orig="shread">shred</reg> the priest:</l>
               <l>At all sir Iohn.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>The <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> and all is yours: at <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>: <reg orig="sdeath">'sdeath</reg>, what casting is this?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <p>Well <reg orig="throwne">thrown</reg> Harry <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> cast better yet.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Then <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be <reg orig="hangd">hanged</reg>. <reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, 
                  hast thou not <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> thy <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> casting?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> all.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>Thou passest all <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> ere I <reg orig="playde">played</reg> <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>:</l>
               <l><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, dost thou not <reg orig="cogge">cog</reg>, nor foist, nor <reg orig="slurre">slur</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Set parson, set, the dice die <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my hand:</l>
               <l>When parson, when? what can ye <reg orig="finde">find</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Alreadie">Already</reg> <reg orig="drie">dry</reg>? <reg orig="wast">was it</reg> you <reg orig="bragd">bragged</reg> of your store?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Alls">All is</reg> gone but <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p>What, <reg orig="halfe">half</reg> a broken <reg orig="angell">angel</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Why sir, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> gold.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Yea, and <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="couer">cover</reg> it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>The <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> do ye good <reg orig="on't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> it</reg>, I am <reg orig="blinde">blind</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="yee">ye</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="blowne">blown</reg> me <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Nay tarry priest, ye shall not <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> yet,</l>
               <l>Do not these <reg orig="peeces">pieces</reg> fit each other well?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Ihon</speaker>
               <p>What if they do?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Thereby <reg orig="beginnes">begins</reg> a tale:</l>
               <l>There was a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> face much <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> sir Iohn,</l>
               <l>But <reg orig="t'was">it was</reg> not <reg orig="hee">he</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg> 
                  was all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="greene">green</reg>,</l>
               <l>Met me last day <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <reg orig="Blacke">Black</reg> Heath, <reg orig="neere">near</reg> the <reg orig="parke">park</reg>,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>With him a woman, I was <reg orig="al">all</reg> alone,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="weaponlesse">weaponless</reg>, my boy had <reg orig="al">all</reg> my <reg orig="tooles">tools</reg>,</l>
               <l>And was before <reg orig="prouiding">providing</reg> me a <reg orig="boate">boat</reg>:</l>
               <l>Short tale <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make, sir Iohn, the <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg> I <reg orig="meane">mean</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Tooke">Took</reg> a <reg orig="iust">just</reg> <reg orig="hundreth">hundredth</reg> pound <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> gold from me.</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="storm'd">stormed</reg> at it, and swore <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="reueng'de">revenged</reg></l>
               <l>If ere <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> met, he <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a lusty Thief,</l>
               <l>Brake with his teeth this Angel just <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> two,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be a token at <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> meeting next,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Prouided">Provided</reg>, I should charge <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> Officer</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> apprehend him, but at weapons point</l>
               <l><reg orig="Recouer">Recover</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, and what he had beside.</l>
               <l>Well met sir Iohn, betake ye <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="tooles">tools</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> torch light, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> master parson you are he</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> had my gold.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Zounds I <reg orig="won't"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> play, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> square play 
                  of the keeper of Eltham <reg orig="parke">park</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="maintaine">maintain</reg> 
                  with this <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> whinyard, be you two honest men <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stand and <reg orig="looke">look</reg> 
                  <reg orig="vpon's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg> his</reg>, 
                  and <reg orig="let's">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> alone, and take neither part.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="A greede">Agreed</reg>, I charge ye do not <reg orig="boudge">budge</reg> a foot, Sir Iohn <reg orig="haue">have</reg> at ye.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Souldier">Soldier</reg> ware your <reg orig="skonce">sconce</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>
               <hi>Here as they are ready to strike, enter Butler and drawes his weapon and steps betwixt them.</hi>
            </stage>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <l>Hold <reg orig="villaines">villains</reg> hold, my Lords, what do ye <reg orig="meane">mean</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see a traitor draw against the King?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>The King! Gods <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg></reg>, I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a proper pickle.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Butler what <reg orig="newes">news</reg>? why dost thou trouble <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <l>Please it your <reg orig="Highnesse">Highness</reg>, it is <reg orig="breake">break</reg> of day,</l>
               <l>And as I <reg orig="skouted">scouted</reg> <reg orig="neere">near</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Islington,</l>
               <l>The gray <reg orig="ey'd">eyed</reg> morning <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> me glimmering,</l>
               <l>Of armed men <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> Hygate hill,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> their course are coasting hitherward.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> withdraw, my Lords, prepare <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> charge the rebels, if there be such cause,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> this <reg orig="lawd">lewd</reg> priest this <reg orig="diuellish">devilish</reg> hypocrite,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> is a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>, a <reg orig="gamster">gamester</reg>, and what not,</l>
               <l>Let him be <reg orig="hang'd">hanged</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> example sake.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> my gracious <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>, I <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg> 
                  I am a <reg orig="frayle">frail</reg> man, flesh and <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> as other are: 
                  but set my imperfections aside, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this light ye <reg orig="haue">have</reg> not a taller man, 
                  nor a truer <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> and State, than sir Iohn of VVrootham is.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg></reg> a true <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> <reg orig="robb">rob</reg> his King?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>sir Iohn</hi> </speaker>
               <p>Alas <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> ignorance and want, my gracious liege.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> want of grace: why, you should be as salt</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> season others with good document,</l>
               <l>Your <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> as <reg orig="lampes">lamps</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> the people light,</l>
               <l>As <reg orig="shepheards">shepherds</reg>, not as <reg orig="wolues">wolves</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="spoile">spoil</reg> the flock,</l>
               <l>Go hang hm Butler.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="U">
               <speaker>But.</speaker>
               <p>Didst thou not rob me?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>I must <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg> I saw some of your gold, but my dread Lord, 
                  I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="humor">humour</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> death, <reg orig="therfore">therefore</reg> 
                  <reg orig="saue">save</reg> my life, 
                  God <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> sinners <reg orig="liue">live</reg>; do not you cause me die, once <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> 
                  the best may <reg orig="goe">go</reg> astray, 
                  and if the world say true, <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> (my liege) <reg orig="haue">have</reg> 
                  <reg orig="bin">been</reg> a <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg>,</l>
               <l>But I repent and <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="reclaimd">reclaimed</reg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I do if you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me time.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Wilt thou? my lords, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you be his <reg orig="suerties">sureties</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> when he robs <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, he shall be <reg orig="hang'd">hanged</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>sir Iohn</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> grant thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Liue">Live</reg> and repent, and <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> an honest man,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> when I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg>, and safe <reg orig="returne">return</reg> from France,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> thee <reg orig="liuing">living</reg>, till when take thy gold,</l>
               <l>But spend it better <reg orig="then">than</reg> at cards or wine,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> better <reg orig="vertues">virtues</reg> fit <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="coate">coat</reg> of thine.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>
                 <foreign lang="Latin"> <hi>Viuat Rex <reg orig="&">et</reg> currat lex,</hi> </foreign> my liege, if ye <reg orig="haue">have</reg> cause of 
                  <reg orig="battell">battle</reg>, ye <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> see sir Iohn of Wrootham 
                  <reg orig="bestirre">bestir</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your quarrel. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>After an alarum enter Harry, Suffolk, Huntington, sir Iohn, bringing forth 
               Acton, Beuerly, and Murley prisoners.</stage>
            <sp who="K">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Bring <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> those traitors, whose aspiring minds,</l>
               <l>Thought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="triumpht">triumphed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="ouerthrow">overthrow</reg>,</l>
               <l>But now ye see, base <reg orig="villaines">villains</reg>, what <reg orig="successe">success</reg></l>
               <l>Attends ill actions wrongfully attempted.</l>
               <l>Sir Roger Acton, thou <reg orig="retainst">retainest</reg> the name</l>
               <l>Of knight, and <reg orig="shouldst">shouldest</reg> be more discreetly <reg orig="temperd">tempered</reg>,</l>
               <l>Than <reg orig="ioyne">join</reg> with peasants, gentry is <reg orig="diuine">divine</reg>,</l>
               <l>But thou hast made it more <reg orig="then">than</reg> popular.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <p>Pardon my Lord, my conscience <reg orig="vrg'd">urged</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> it,</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Thy conscience? then thy conscience is corrupt,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy conscience thou art bound <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy conscience thou <reg orig="shouldst">shouldest</reg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> thy country,</l>
               <l>Else what is the difference twixt a Christian,</l>
               <l>And the <reg orig="vnciuil">uncivil</reg> manners of the Turke?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="V">
               <speaker>Beuer.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> meant <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> hurt <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your <reg orig="maiesty">majesty</reg>,</l>
               <l>But reformation of Religion.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Reforme">Reform</reg> Religion? was it <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> ye sought?</l>
               <l>I pray <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> authority?</l>
               <l>Belike then <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> do hold the <reg orig="scepter">sceptre</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>And sit within the throne but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a cipher,</l>
               <l>Time was, good <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> would make <reg orig="knowne">known</reg> their <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>,</l>
               <l>And pray amendment, not <reg orig="inforce">enforce</reg> the same,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vnlesse">Unless</reg> their King were tyrant, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> I hope</l>
               <l>You cannot <reg orig="iustly">justly</reg> say <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Harry is,</l>
               <l>What is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> other?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="F">
               <speaker>Suff.</speaker>
               <l>A <reg orig="mault-man">malt-man</reg> my Lord,</l>
               <l>And dwelling <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Dunstable as he <reg orig="saies">says</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg> what made you <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> your <reg orig="barly">barley</reg> broth,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> armour thus against your King?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p>Fie paltry, paltry <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> and out <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion, what a <reg orig="worlde's">world is</reg> this? 
                  <reg orig="knight-hood">knighthood</reg> (my liege) <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> knighthood brought me hither, they told me I had wealth enough <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make my wife a lady.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> you brought those horses <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> saw,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Trapt">Trapped</reg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> costly furniture, and meant</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> these spurs when you were knighted once.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">In</seg> and out <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion I did.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">In</seg> and out <reg orig="vppon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion, therefore you shall be 
                  <reg orig="hang'd">hanged</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="sted">stead</reg> of wearing these 
                  <reg orig="spurres">spurs</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> your <reg orig="heeles">heels</reg>, 
                  about your <reg orig="necke">neck</reg> they shall bewray your folly <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the world.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">In</seg> and out <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <reg orig="ocasion">occasion</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> goes hard.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur</speaker>
               <p>Fic paltry paltry, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro, good my liege a pardon, I am <reg orig="sory">sorry</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my fault.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> comes too late: but tell me, went there none</l>
               <l>Beside sir Roger Acton, <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> whom</l>
               <l>You did depend <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be your <reg orig="gouernour">governor</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mar.</speaker>
               <p>None none my Lord, but sir Iohn Old-castle.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Beares">Bears</reg> he part <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this <reg orig="conspiracie">conspiracy</reg>. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>enter Bishop</stage>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="lookt">looked</reg> my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he would meet <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> here.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>But did he promise you <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he would come.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <p>Such letters <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="receiued">received</reg> forth of Kent.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Where is my Lord the King? health <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your grace,</l>
               <l>Examining my Lord some of these <reg orig="caitiue">caitiff</reg> rebels,</l>
               <l>It is a <reg orig="generall">general</reg> <reg orig="voyce">voice</reg> amongst them all,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> they had <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> come <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> this place,</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> met their valiant general,</l>
               <l>The good Lord Cobham as they title him,</l>
               <l>Whereby, my Lord, your grace may now <reg orig="perceiue">perceive</reg>,</l>
               <l>His treason is <reg orig="apparant">apparent</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> before</l>
               <l>He sought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> colour <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his flattery.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my <reg orig="royaltie">royalty</reg> I would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg>,</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his conscience, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> I <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>,</l>
               <l>There had not <reg orig="liude">lived</reg> a more true hearted <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>It is but counterfeit, my gracious lords,</l>
               <l>And therefore may it please your <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> set your hand <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> this precept here,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="weel"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> cause him forthwith <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="appeare">appear</reg>,</l>
               <l>And answer this <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> order of the law.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Bishop, not only <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, but take commission,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> search, attach, imprison, and <reg orig="condemne">condemn</reg>,</l>
               <l>This most notorious traitor as you please.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>It shall be done, my Lord, without delay:</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> now I hold Lord Cobham <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my hand,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> shall finish thy disdained life.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> the <reg orig="yron">iron</reg> age begins but now,</l>
               <l>(<seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> learned poets <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> often taught)</l>
               <l>Wherein there is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> credit <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="giuen">given</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> either <reg orig="wordes">words</reg>, or <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg>, or <reg orig="solemne">solemn</reg> <reg orig="oathes">oaths</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> if there were, how often hath he <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg>,</l>
               <l>How gently <reg orig="tun'de">tuned</reg> the <reg orig="musicke">music</reg> of his tongue,</l>
               <l>And with what amiable face beheld he me,</l>
               <l>When all, God <reg orig="knowes">knows</reg>, was but <reg orig="hypocrisie">hypocrisy</reg>. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>enter Cobham.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l>Long life and prosperous <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my Lord.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Ah <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, canst thou wish <reg orig="prosperitie">prosperity</reg>,</l>
               <l>Whose heart includeth <reg orig="naught">nought</reg> but <reg orig="treacherie">treachery</reg>?</l>
               <l>I do arrest thee here <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>, false knight,</l>
               <l>Of treason <reg orig="capitall">capital</reg> against the state.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l>Of treason <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> prince, your grace mistakes,</l>
               <l>I hope it is but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the way of mirth.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>Thy <reg orig="necke">neck</reg> shall <reg orig="feele">feel</reg> it is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> earnest shortly,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Darst">Darest</reg> thou intrude into <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> presence, knowing</l>
               <l>How <reg orig="haynously">heinously</reg> thou hast offended <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>?</l>
               <l>But this is thy accustomed deceit,</l>
               <l>Now thou <reg orig="perceiust">perceivest</reg> thy purpose is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="vaine">vain</reg>,</l>
               <l>With some excuse or other thou wilt come,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="cleere">clear</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> of this rebellion.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <p>Rebellion good my Lord, I know of none.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>If you deny it, here is <reg orig="euidence">evidence</reg>,</l>
               <l>See you these men, you <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="councelled">counselled</reg>,</l>
               <l>Nor <reg orig="offerd">offered</reg> them assistance <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their <reg orig="warres">wars</reg></l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cob.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> sirs, not one but all, I <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> I <reg orig="beene">been</reg> <reg orig="conuersant">conversant</reg> with you,</l>
               <l>Or written letters <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="incourage">encourage</reg> you,</l>
               <l>Or kindled but the least or smallest part,</l>
               <l>Of this your late <reg orig="vnnaturall">unnatural</reg> rebellion?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I dare the <reg orig="vttermost">uttermost</reg> you can.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur,</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">In</seg> and out <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> occasion I know you not.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, didst not say <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> sir Iohn Old-castle,</l>
               <l>Was one with whom you <reg orig="purposde">purposed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> met?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Mur.</speaker>
               <l>True, I did say <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> what respect?</l>
               <l>Because I heard it was reported <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <p>Was there <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> other argument but <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Act.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="cleere">clear</reg> my conscience ere I die my lord,</l>
               <l>I must <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> other ground</l>
               <l>But only <reg orig="Rumor">Rumour</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> accuse this lord,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> now I see was merely fabulous.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>The more <reg orig="pernitious">pernicious</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> taint him then,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Whome">Whom</reg> you knew not was faulty yea or <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>Let this my Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> I present your grace</l>
               <l><reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my loyalty, <reg orig="reade">read</reg> these articles,</l>
               <l>And then <reg orig="giue">give</reg> sentence of my life or death.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> Cambridge, Scroope, and Gray corrupted</l>
               <l>With bribes from Charles of France, either <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="winne">win</reg></l>
               <l>My <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> from me, or secretly <reg orig="contriue">contrive</reg></l>
               <l>My death <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> treason? Is this possible?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <l>There is the <reg orig="platforme">platform</reg>, and their hands, my lord,</l>
               <l>Each <reg orig="seuerally">severally</reg> subscribed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the same.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="K">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> heard of base ingratitude!</l>
               <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> those I <reg orig="hugge">hug</reg> within my <reg orig="bosome">bosom</reg> most,</l>
               <l>Are readiest <reg orig="euermore">evermore</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> sting my heart.</l>
               <l>Pardon me Cobham, I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done thee wrong,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Heereafter">Hereafter</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make amends.</l>
               <l>Is then their time of meeting <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="neere">near</reg> hand?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> with them, but little <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their ease,</l>
               <l>If God permit: <reg orig="goe">go</reg> take these <reg orig="rebells">rebels</reg> hence,</l>
               <l>Let them <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="martiall">martial</reg> law: but as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee,</l>
               <l>Friend <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy king and country, still be free. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exeunt.</stage>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murl.</speaker>
               <l>Be it more or <reg orig="lesse">less</reg>, what a world is this?</l>
               <l>Would I had continued still of the order of <reg orig="knaues">knaves</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> sought knighthood, since it <reg orig="costes">costs</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> <reg orig="deere">dear</reg>: sir Roger, I may <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> all.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="A">
               <speaker>Acton</speaker>
               <l>Now <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> too late <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> it remedied,</l>
               <l>I prithee Murley <reg orig="doe">do</reg> not <reg orig="vrge">urge</reg> me with it.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg> you away, and make <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murl.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Fy">Fie</reg> paltry paltry, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> and fro, as occasion <reg orig="serues">serves</reg>,</l>
               <l>If you be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> hasty take my place.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="W">
               <speaker>Hunt.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> good sir knight, you shall begin <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your hand.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Q">
               <speaker>Murl.</speaker>
               <p>I could be glad <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> my betters place. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter Bishop, lord Warden, Croamer the Shrieue, Lady Cob and attendants.</stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>I tell ye Lady, its not possible</l>
               <l>But you should know where he <reg orig="conueies">conveys</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>,</l>
               <l>And you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> hid him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> some secret place.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l>My Lord, <reg orig="beleeue">believe</reg> me, as I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>,</l>
               <l>I know not where my lord my husband is.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>Go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg>, go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> ye are an <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be <reg orig="forc'de">forced</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> torture <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg>,</l>
               <l>If <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make ye tell.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l>My husband is a noble gentleman,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="neede">need</reg> not hide <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="anie">any</reg> fact</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="ere">ever</reg> I heard of, therefore wrong him not.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>Your husband is a dangerous <reg orig="schismaticke">schismatic</reg>,</l>
               <l>Traitor <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> God, the King, and common wealth,</l>
               <l>And therefore master Croamer <reg orig="shrieue">shrieve</reg> of Kent,</l>
               <l>I charge you take <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="custodie">custody</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="ceaze">seize</reg> the goods of Sir John Old-castle</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> the Kings <reg orig="vse">use</reg>, let <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> fetch <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much as <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="apparell">apparel</reg> out,</l>
               <l>There is your warrant from his <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AN">
               <speaker>L. War.</speaker>
               <l>Good my Lord Bishop <reg orig="pacifie">pacify</reg> your wrath</l>
               <l>Against the Lady.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Then let <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg></l>
               <l>Where Old-castle <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> husband is <reg orig="conceald">concealed</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AN">
               <speaker>L. War.</speaker>
               <l>I dare engage mine <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> and my life,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Poore">Poor</reg> gentlewoman, she is ignorant,</l>
               <l>And innocent of all his practises,</l>
               <l>If any <reg orig="euill">evil</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> him be practised.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>If my Lord Warden? nay then I charge you,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> all the cinque Ports whereof you are chief
               </l>
               <l>Be laid forthwith, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he escape <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> not,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Shew">Show</reg> him his <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> warrant M. <reg orig="Shrieue">Shrieve</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AN">
               <speaker>L. War.</speaker>
               <p>I am <reg orig="sorie">sorry</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the noble gentleman, 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Old-castle <reg orig="&">and</reg> Harp.</stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>Peace, he comes here, now do your office.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old-castle</speaker>
               <l>Harpoole what <reg orig="businesse">business</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hand?</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg> makes the Bishop and the <reg orig="Sheriffe">Sheriff</reg> here,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> my <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> home is dangerous,</l>
               <l>I would I had not made such haste <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Cobham.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Be of good <reg orig="cheere">cheer</reg> my Lord, if they be foes <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  scramble shrewdly with them, if they be friends 
                  they are welcome: one of them (my Lord, Warden) is your friend, but <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> 
                  my <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> <reg orig="weepes">weeps</reg>, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AP">
               <speaker>Croo.</speaker>
               <p>Sir Iohn Old-castle Lord Cobham, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Kings <reg orig="maiesties">majesties</reg> name, I arrest ye of high treason.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <p>Treason M. Croomes?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Treason M. <reg orig="Shrieue">Shrieve</reg>, <reg orig="sbloud">'sblood</reg> what treason?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>Harpoole I charge thee <reg orig="stirre">stir</reg> not, but be quiet still,</l>
               <l>Do ye arrest me M. <reg orig="Shrieue">Shrieve</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> treason?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>Yea of high treason, traitor, <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>Defiance <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his face <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> calls me <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
               <l>I am as true a <reg orig="loyall">loyal</reg> gentleman</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vnto">Unto</reg> his <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg>, as my <reg orig="prowdest">proudest</reg> <reg orig="enemie">enemy</reg>,</l>
               <l>The King shall <reg orig="witnesse">witness</reg> my late <reg orig="faithfull">faithful</reg> <reg orig="seruice">service</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> safety of his sacred <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg> thou art, the kings hand shall <reg orig="testifie">testify</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Shewt">Shout</reg> him Lord Warden.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Iesu">Jesu</reg> defend me,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Is't">Is it</reg> possible your cunning could <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> temper</l>
               <l>The princely disposition of his mind,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="signe">sign</reg> the damage of a <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg>?</l>
               <l>Well, the best is, it <reg orig="beares">bears</reg> an <reg orig="ancedate">anecdote</reg>,</l>
               <l>Procured <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my absence, and your malice,</l>
               <l>But I, since <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="shewd">showed</reg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> as true,</l>
               <l>As any churchman <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> dare challenge me,</l>
               <l>Let me be brought before his <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>If he <reg orig="acquite">acquit</reg> me not, then do your worst.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> are not bound <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do kind offices
               </l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> any traitor, <reg orig="schismatike">schismatics</reg>, nor <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>,</l>
               <l>The kings hand is <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> warrant <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="worke">work</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> is departed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his way <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> France,</l>
               <l>And at Southhampton doth repose this night.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp</speaker>
               <p>O <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> it were the blessed <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> of God, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thou and I were within twenty mile of it, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> Salisbury <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg>! 
                  I would lose my head if <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> thou broughtst thy head hither <reg orig="againe">again</reg>. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>aside.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>Oldca.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>My Lord Warden <reg orig="o'th">of the</reg> cinque Ports, <reg orig="&">and</reg> my Lord of Rochester, ye are 
                  <reg orig="ioynt">joint</reg> Commissioners, <reg orig="fauor">favour</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">On</seg> my <reg orig="expence">expense</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> bring me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the king.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>What, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Southhampton?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>Thither my good Lord,</l>
               <l>And if he do not <reg orig="cleere">clear</reg> me of <reg orig="al">all</reg> guilt,</l>
               <l>And all <reg orig="suspition">suspicion</reg> of <reg orig="conspiracie">conspiracy</reg>,</l>
               <l>Pawning his princely warrant <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my truth:</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg>, but <reg orig="extreamest">extremest</reg> torture.</l>
               <l>Bring me, or send me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him, good my Lord,</l>
               <l>Good my Lord Warden, M <reg orig="Shrieue">Shrieve</reg>, <reg orig="entreate">entreat</reg>.</l>
               <stage>Here the Lord Warden, and Cromer vncouer to the Bishop, and secretly whispers with him.</stage>
            
               <l>Come hither lady, nay, sweet wife <reg orig="forbeare">forbear</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="heape">heap</reg> one sorrow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <reg orig="anothers">another's</reg> <reg orig="necke">neck</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg> enough <reg orig="falsly">falsely</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="accusde">accused</reg>,</l>
               <l>And not permitted <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="acquite">acquit</reg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>,</l>
               <l>Do not thou with thy kind <reg orig="respectiue">respective</reg> <reg orig="teares">tears</reg>,</l>
               <l>Torment thy husbands heart <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="bleedes">bleeds</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee,</l>
               <l>But be of comfort, God hath help <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> store,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> those <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> put assured trust <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> him.</l>
               <l><reg orig="Deere">Dear</reg> wife, if they commit me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Tower,</l>
               <l>Come <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your sisters house:</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> being <reg orig="neere">near</reg> me, you may comfort me.</l>
               <l>One solace find I <reg orig="setled">settled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I am free from treasons very thought,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>Only my conscience <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the Gospels sake,</l>
               <l>Is cause of all the troubles I <reg orig="sustaine">sustain</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady.</speaker>
               <l>O my <reg orig="deere">dear</reg> Lord, what shall betide of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>?</l>
               <l>You <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Tower, and I <reg orig="turnd">turned</reg> out of <reg orig="doores">doors</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> substance <reg orig="ceaz'd">ceased</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> his <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the garments longing <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="backes">backs</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <l>Patience good <reg orig="madame">madam</reg>, things at worst <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> mend,</l>
               <l>And if they <reg orig="doe">do</reg> not, yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> may end.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Vrge">Urge</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> if an <reg orig="Angell">Angel</reg> spake,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> sweet saint Peters blessed <reg orig="keyes">keys</reg>,</l>
               <l>First goes he <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Tower, then <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the stake.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AP">
               <speaker>Crom.</speaker>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> your <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, this warrant doth not stretch</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> imprison <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> out of <reg orig="doores">doors</reg>,</l> 
            <stage>L. Warden and Oldcastle whisper.</stage>

               <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> as she is, and <reg orig="leade">lead</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Tower,</l>
               <l>With guard enough <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> of rescuing.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <p>O God requite thee thou <reg orig="bloud-thirsty">bloodthirsty</reg> man.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>May it not be my Lord of Rochester?</l>
               <l>Wherein <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I <reg orig="incurd">incurred</reg> your hate <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="farre">far</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> my <reg orig="appeale">appeal</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="King's">King is</reg> <reg orig="denide">denied</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> hate of mine, but power of holy church,</l>
               <l>Forbids all <reg orig="fauor">favour</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> false <reg orig="heretikes">heretics</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>Your <reg orig="priuate">private</reg> malice more than <reg orig="publike">public</reg> power,</l>
               <l>Strikes most at me, but with my life it ends.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <l>O <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I had the Bishop <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg>, </l>
               <stage>aside</stage>
   
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> once I had his <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="our selues">ourselves</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AP">
               <speaker>Crom.</speaker>
               <l>My Lord yet <reg orig="graunt">grant</reg> one <reg orig="sute">suit</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> this same <reg orig="auncient">ancient</reg> <reg orig="seruing">serving</reg> man may <reg orig="waite">wait</reg></l>
               <l><reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> my lord his master <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Tower.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>This old <reg orig="iniquitie">iniquity</reg>, this <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>?</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> contempt of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> church discipline,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Compeld">Compelled</reg> my <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="deuoure">devour</reg> 
                  his <reg orig="processet">process</reg></l>
               <l>Old Ruffian past-grace, <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> start <reg orig="schismatike">schismatics</reg>,</l>
               <l>Had not the King <reg orig="prayd">prayed</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> pardon ye,</l>
               <l>Ye had <reg orig="fryed">fried</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> it, ye <reg orig="grizild">grizzled</reg> <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sbloud">'sblood</reg> my lord Bishop, ye do me wrong, I am neither
<pb/>
<reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg> nor <reg orig="puritane">puritan</reg>, but of the old church, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>, <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> ale, <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> a wench, go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> 
                  <reg orig="masse">mass</reg>, <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> fish all Lent, 
and fast <reg orig="fridaies">fridays</reg> with cakes and wine, <reg orig="fruite">fruit</reg> and <reg orig="spicerie">spicery</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="shriue">shrive</reg> me of my old <reg orig="sinnes">sins</reg> afore Easter, and <reg orig="beginne">begin</reg> 
                  new afore <reg orig="whitsontide">whitsuntide velvet cap</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AP">
               <speaker>Crom.</speaker>
               <p>A <reg orig="merie">merry</reg> mad conceited <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg> my lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg> was simply put <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the Bishop.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="VVel">Well</reg>, God <reg orig="forgiue">forgive</reg> him and I pardon him.</l>
               <l>Let him attend his master <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Tower,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> charity wish his <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> hurt.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>Oldca</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>God <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> from such cold <reg orig="charitie">charity</reg>,</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Tooth Tower with him, and when my leisure <reg orig="serues">serves</reg>,</l>
               <l>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> examine him of Articles,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> my lord Warden as you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> charge,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="Shriue">Shrive</reg> <reg orig="performe">perform</reg> his office.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AN">
               <speaker>L. Ward.</speaker>
               <p>Yes my lord. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter the Sumner with bookes.</stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg> <reg orig="bringst">bringest</reg> thou there? what? <reg orig="bookes">books</reg> of <reg orig="heresie">heresy</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="Z">
               <speaker>Som.</speaker>
               <l>Yea my lord, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> not a <reg orig="latine">latin</reg> <reg orig="booke">book</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> ladies Psalter,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Heres">Here is</reg> the Bible, the testament the <reg orig="Psalmes">Psalms</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> meter,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="sickemans">sick man's</reg> <reg orig="salue">salve</reg>, the treasure of <reg orig="gladnesse">gladness</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="al">all</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> English, not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much but the <reg orig="Almanack's">Almanac's</reg> English.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Away with them, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="th'">the</reg> fire with them Clun,</l>
               <l>Now fie <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> these <reg orig="vpstart">upstart</reg> <reg orig="heretikes">heretics</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Al">All</reg> English, <reg orig="burne">burn</reg> them, <reg orig="burne">burn</reg> them quickly Clun.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>But <reg orig="doe">do</reg> not <reg orig="Sumner">Summoner</reg> as <reg orig="voule">you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> it, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> there English <reg orig="bookes">books</reg> my lord, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> not part with <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your <reg orig="Bishoppricke">Bishopric</reg>, 
                  Beuis of Hampton, Owleglasse, the <reg orig="Frier">Friar</reg> and the Boy, 
                  Ellen of Rumming, Robin hood, and other such godly stories <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> if ye <reg orig="burne">burn</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this flesh 
                  <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make ye drink their ashes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="S.">Saint</reg> Margets ale. 
                  
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter the Bishop of Rochester with his men, in liuerie coates.</stage>
            <sp who="AV">
               <speaker>1. <hi>Ser.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l>Is it your <reg orig="honors">honours</reg> pleasure <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> stay,</l>
               <l>Or come <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="afternoone">afternoon</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fetch you.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Now you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> brought me <reg orig="heere">hear</reg> into the Tower,</l>
               <l>You may go <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Porters Lodge,</l>
               <l>And send <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> or such things as you want,</l>
               <l>Where if I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> occasion <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="imploy">employ</reg> you,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> send some officer <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="cal">call</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me.</l>
               <l>Into the <reg orig="cittie">city</reg> go not, I <reg orig="commaund">command</reg> you,</l>
               <l>Perhaps I may <reg orig="haue">have</reg> present <reg orig="neede">need</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> you.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AJ">
               <speaker>2</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> attend your worship here without.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>Do <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> I pray you.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AQ">
               <speaker>3</speaker>
               <p>Come, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> may <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a quart of wine at the Rose at Barking, I warrant you, 
                  and come <reg orig="backe">back</reg> an <reg orig="hower">hour</reg> before he be ready <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> go.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AH">
               <speaker>1</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> must hie <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> then.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AQ">
               <speaker>3</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Let's">Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> away. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>Ho, M. <reg orig="Lieftenant">Lieutenant</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lieften.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> calls there?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>A friend of yours.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lieften.</speaker>
               <p>My lord of Rochester, your <reg orig="honor's">honour is</reg> welcome.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>Sir <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> my warrant from the <reg orig="Counsell">Counsel</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> conference with sir Iohn Old-castle,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> some matter of great consequence.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lieften.</speaker>
               <p>Ho, sir Iohn.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> calls there?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lieften.</speaker>
               <p>Harpoole, <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> Sir Iohn, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> my lord of Rochester comes from the 
                  <reg orig="counsell">counsel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="conferre">confer</reg> with him.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> sir.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> you may as safe without <reg orig="suspition">suspicion</reg>,</l>
               <l>As any man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England as I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> it was you most <reg orig="labor'd">laboured</reg> his commitment.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>I did sir, and nothing repent it I assure you.</l>
               <stage>Enter sir Iohn Old-castle.</stage>
    
               <l>M. <reg orig="Lieftenant">Lieutenant</reg> I pray you <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>,</l>
               <l>I must <reg orig="conferre">confer</reg> here with sir Iohn a little.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <p>With all my heart my lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp aside.</speaker>
               <p>My lord be <reg orig="rulde">ruled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> me, take this occasion while <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> offered, 
                  and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my life your lordship <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> escape.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Old-ca.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> more I say, peace lest he should suspect it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p>Sir Iohn I am come <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> you from the lords of his <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> 
                  most <reg orig="honorable">honourable</reg> <reg orig="counsell">counsel</reg>, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> know if yet you do recant your errors, conforming you <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the holy church.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old-ca.</speaker>
               <l>My lord of Rochester <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> good <reg orig="aduise">advise</reg>,</l>
               <l>I see my error, but yet <reg orig="vnderstand">understand</reg> me,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> not error <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the faith I hold,</l>
               <l>But error <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> submitting <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your pleasure,</l>
               <l>Therefore your lordship without more <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do.</l>
               <l>Must be a <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> help me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> escape.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <l>What <reg orig="meanes">means</reg>? thou <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Darst">Darest</reg> thou but lift thy hand against my calling?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hurt yon <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a thousand pound,</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Nothing but <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> borrow your <reg orig="vpper">upper</reg> garments a little; not a word more, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> if you do, you die: peace, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> waking the children, there, put them <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>, dispatch, my lord, 
                  the window <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> goes out into the leads, is sure enough, I told you <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> before, 
                  there, make you ready, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="conuay">convey</reg> him after, 
                  and bind him surely <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the inner <reg orig="roome">room</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old-ca.</speaker>
               <l>This is <reg orig="wel">well</reg> begun, God send <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> speed,</l>
               <l>Hard shift you see men make <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> time of need: Harpoole.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Heere">Hear</reg> my Lord, come come away.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter seruing men againe.</stage>
            <sp who="AH">
               <speaker>1</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="maruell">marvel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> my lord should stay <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AJ">
               <speaker>2</speaker>
               <p>He hath sent <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, I dare lay my life.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AQ">
               <speaker>3</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> good time, see where he is <reg orig="comming">coming</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>I beseech you good my lord of Rochester, be <reg orig="fauorable">favourable</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my lord and <reg orig="maister">master</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old-ca.</speaker>
               <l>The inner <reg orig="roomes">rooms</reg> be very hot and close,</l>
               <l>I do not <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> this <reg orig="ayre">air</reg> here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Tower.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp</speaker>
               <p>His case is hard my lord, you shall safely get out of the Tower, but I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> 
                  <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> them, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> time get you away.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old-ca.</speaker>
               <p>Fellow thou troublest me.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Heare">Hear</reg> me my Lord, hard <reg orig="vnder">under</reg> Islington wait 
                  you my <reg orig="comming">coming</reg>, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> bring my Lady ready, with horses
<pb/>
<seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="conuay">convey</reg> you hence.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old-ca.</speaker>
               <p>Fellow, go back <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> thy Lord and <reg orig="counsell">counsel</reg> him.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Nay my good lord of Rochester, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> bring you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="S.">Saint</reg> Albons through the woods, I warrant you.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old-ca.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Villaine">Villain</reg> away.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Nay since I am past the Towers <reg orig="libertie">liberty</reg>, thou <reg orig="part'st">partest</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>. 
                 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>he drawes.</stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Clubbes">Clubs</reg> clubs, clubs.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AH">
               <speaker>1</speaker>
               <p>Murther, murther murther.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AJ">
               <speaker>2</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Downe">Down</reg> with him. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>they fight.</stage>
            <sp who="AQ">
               <speaker>3</speaker>
               <p>A <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg> traitor.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>You cowardly rogues. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>sir Iohn escapes.</stage>
            <stage>Enter Lieftenant and his men.</stage>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lieft.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> bold as dare <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> draw a sword,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> <reg orig="neare">near</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the entrance of the Tower?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AH">
               <speaker>1</speaker>
               <p>This ruffian <reg orig="seruant">servant</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> sir Iohn Old-castle was <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">like</seg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> my Lord.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lieft.</speaker>
               <p>Lay hold <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> him.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Stand off if you <reg orig="loue">love</reg> your puddings.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Rochester calls within.</stage>
            <stage>within.</stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Rock</speaker>   
               <p>Help help, help, M. <reg orig="Lieftenant">Lieutenant</reg> help.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> within? some treason <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Tower <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> my life, 
                  <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>, <reg orig="who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> calls? 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>enter Roch. bound.</stage>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <p>Without your <reg orig="cloke">cloak</reg> my lord of Rochester?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>There, now it <reg orig="workes">works</reg>, then let me speed, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> now is the fittest time <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> scape away. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exit</stage>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <p>Why do you <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> ghastly and affrighted?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Roch.</speaker>
               <l>Old-castle <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> traitor and his man,</l>
               <l>When you had left me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="conferre">confer</reg> with him,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Tooke">Took</reg>, bound, and <reg orig="stript">stripped</reg> me, as you see,</l>
               <l>And left me lying <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his inner chamber,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> departed, and I</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <l>And you! <reg orig="ne're">never</reg> say <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the Lord Cobhams man</l>
               <l>Did here set <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> murther you.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AH">
               <speaker>1</speaker>
               <p>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> he did.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Roch.</speaker>
               <l>It was <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> his master then he did,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="brawle">brawl</reg> the traitor might escape.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <p>Where is this Harpoole?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AJ">
               <speaker>2</speaker>
               <p>Here he was <reg orig="euen">even</reg> now.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AR">
               <speaker>Lief.</speaker>
               <l>Where can you tell? they are both <reg orig="escap'd">escaped</reg>,</l>
               <l>Since it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> happens <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he is <reg orig="escap'de">escaped</reg>,</l>
               <l>I am glad you are a <reg orig="witnesse">witness</reg> of the same,</l>
               <l>It might <reg orig="haue">have</reg> else <reg orig="beene">been</reg> laid <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my charge,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I had <reg orig="beene">been</reg> consenting <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the fact.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Roch.</speaker>
               <p>Come, search <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> be made <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him with expedition, the <reg orig="hauens">havens</reg> laid <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he shall not escape, 
                  and hue and <reg orig="crie">cry</reg> continue thorough England, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> find this damned 
                  dangerous <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg>. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter Cambridge, Scroope, and Gray, as in a chamber, and set downe at a table, 
               consulting about their treason: King Harry and Suffolke listning at the doore.</stage>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> mine opinion, Scroope hath well <reg orig="aduisde">advised</reg>,</l>
               <l>Poison <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be the only aptest <reg orig="meane">mean</reg>,</l>
               <l>And fittest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> purpose <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> dispatch him.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="G">
               <speaker>Gray</speaker>
               <l>But yet there may be doubt <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their <reg orig="deliuery">delivery</reg>,</l>
               <l>Harry is wise, therefore <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Cambridge,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="Iudge">Judge</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> way not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="conuenient">convenient</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroop</speaker>
               <l>What <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> ye then of this? I am his bedfellow,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="vnsuspected">unsuspected</reg> nightly <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg> with him.</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg> if I venture <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> those silent <reg orig="houres">hours</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVhen">When</reg> <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg> hath sealed <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> 
                  all <reg orig="mortall">mortal</reg> <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> murder him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> bed? how <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> ye <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Herein <reg orig="consistes">consists</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="safetie">safety</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg>,</l>
               <l>And you <reg orig="disclosde">disclosed</reg>, what shall become of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>?</l>
               <l>But this day (as ye know) he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="aboord">aboard</reg>,</l>
               <l>The wind <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="faire">fair</reg>, and set away <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> France,</l>
               <l>If as he goes, or <reg orig="entring">entering</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the ship,</l>
               <l>It might be done, then it were excellent,</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="G">
               <speaker>Gray</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="VVhy">Why</reg> any of these, or if you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> cause a present sitting of the <reg orig="Councell">Council</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVherein">Wherein</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> pretend some matter of such weight,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>As <reg orig="needes">needs</reg> must <reg orig="haue">have</reg> his <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> company,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> dispatch him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="Councell">Council</reg> chamber.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="E">
               <speaker>Camb.</speaker>
               <l>Tush, yet I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> not <reg orig="any thing">anything</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> purpose,</l>
               <l>I wonder <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> lord Cobham <reg orig="staies">stays</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long,</l>
               <l>His <reg orig="counsell">counsel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this case would much <reg orig="auaile">avail</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <stage>
               <hi>They rise from the table, and the King steps in to them with his Lordes.</hi>
            </stage>
            <sp who="D">
               <speaker>Scroop</speaker>
               <p>What <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> rise thus, and determine nothing?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> were a shame <reg orig="indeede">indeed</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, sit <reg orig="againe">again</reg>,</l>
               <l>And you shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> my <reg orig="counsell">counsel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this case,</l>
               <l>If you can find <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> way <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> kill this King,</l>
               <l>Then you shall see how I can further ye,</l>
               <l>Scroopes way <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> poison was indifferent,</l>
               <l>But yet being bed-fellow <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the King,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="vnsuspected">unsuspected</reg> sleeping <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="bosome">bosom</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> mine opinion, <reg orig="that's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> the likelier way,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> such false friends are able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do much,</l>
               <l>And silent night is Treason's fittest friend,</l>
               <l>Now, Cambridge <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his setting hence <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> France,</l>
               <l>Or <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the way, or as he goes <reg orig="aboord">aboard</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> do the deed, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> was indifferent too,</l>
               <l>Yet somewhat doubtful; might I <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> my mind,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> many reasons <reg orig="needelesse">needless</reg> now <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vrge">urge</reg>.</l>
               <l>Mary Lord Gray came something <reg orig="neare">near</reg> the point,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the King at <reg orig="councell">council</reg>, and there murder him,</l>
               <l>As Caesar was amongst his dearest friends:</l>
               <l>None <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, if all were of his mind.</l>
               <l>Tell me <reg orig="oh">o</reg> <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> me you bright <reg orig="honors">honours</reg> <reg orig="staines">stains</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> of all my kindnesses <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you,</l>
               <l>Are ye become thus traitors <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your king?</l>
               <l>And France must <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the <reg orig="spoile">spoil</reg> of Harries life?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="X">
               <speaker>All.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> pardon <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> dread lord. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>all kneeling.</stage>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Har.</speaker>
               <l>How pardon ye? <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> were a <reg orig="sinne">sin</reg> indeed,</l>
               <l>Drag them <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="iustly">justly</reg> they <reg orig="deserue">deserve</reg>, </l>
                  <stage>they leade them away.</stage>
          
               <l>And France shall <reg orig="dearely">dearly</reg> buy this <reg orig="villany">villainy</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> as <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> set footing <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> breast,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>God <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the praise <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="deliuerance">deliverance</reg>,</l>
               <l>And next, <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="thankes">thanks</reg> (Lord Cobham) is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee,</l>
               <l>True perfect mirror of <reg orig="nobilitie">nobility</reg>. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter the hoste, sir Iohn Old-castle, and Harpoole.</stage>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p>Sir, you are welcome <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this house, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> such as <reg orig="heere">hear</reg> is with all my heart, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="masse">mass</reg> 
                  I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> your lodging <reg orig="wilbe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be</reg> the <reg orig="woorst">worst</reg>, 
                  I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> but two beds, and they are both <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a chamber, 
                  and the <reg orig="carier">carrier</reg> and his daughter lies <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the one, and you and your wife must lie <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the other.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>L. Cobh.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> faith sir, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg><reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> I <reg orig="doe">do</reg> not greatly <reg orig="passe">pass</reg>,</l>
               <l>My wife is weary, and would be at rest,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="traueld">travelled</reg> very far <reg orig="to day">today</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> must be content with such as you <reg orig="haue">have</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p>But I cannot tell how <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> with your man.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harpoole</speaker>
               <p>What, hast thou <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> an empty <reg orig="roome">room</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy house <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p>Not a <reg orig="bedde">bed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my troth: there came a <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Irish man, 
                  and I <reg orig="lodgde">lodged</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="barne">barn</reg>, 
                  where he has <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> straw, though he <reg orig="haue">have</reg> nothing else.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Well mine <reg orig="hoste">host</reg>, I pray thee <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> <reg orig="mee">me</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> a <reg orig="payre">pair</reg> of <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> <reg orig="sheetes">sheets</reg>, 
                  and <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> go lodge with him.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> the <reg orig="masse">mass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> thou shalt, a good <reg orig="payre">pair</reg> 
                  of hempen <reg orig="sheetes">sheets</reg>, were <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="laine">lain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>: Come.   
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter Constable, Maior, and Watch.</stage>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p>What <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you <reg orig="searcht">searched</reg> the <reg orig="towne">town</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Const.</speaker>
               <p>All the <reg orig="towne">town</reg> sir, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> not left a house 
                  <reg orig="vnsearcht">unsearched</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="vses">uses</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> lodge.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <l>Surely my lord of Rochester was then <reg orig="deceiude">deceived</reg>,</l>
               <l>Or ill <reg orig="informde">informed</reg> of sir Iohn Old-castle,</l>
               <l>Or if he came this way, <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> past the <reg orig="towne">town</reg>,</l>
               <l>He could not else <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="scapt">scaped</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the search.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Const.</speaker>
               <l>The <reg orig="priuy">privy</reg> watch hath <reg orig="beene">been</reg> abroad all night,</l>
               <l>And not a stranger lodgeth <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="towne">town</reg></l>
               <l>But he is <reg orig="knowne">known</reg>, <reg orig="onely">only</reg> a lusty priest</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg></reg> found <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> bed with a pretty wench,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="sayes">says</reg> she is his wife, yonder at the sheeres:</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="chargde">charged</reg> the <reg orig="hoste">host</reg> 
                  with his forth <reg orig="comming">coming</reg></l>
               <l><reg orig="To morow">Tomorrow</reg> morning.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p>What <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> you best <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Const.</speaker>
               <p>Faith <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="maior">mayor</reg>, <reg orig="heeres">here is</reg> 
                  a few <reg orig="stragling">straggling</reg> houses beyond the bridge, 
                  and a little <reg orig="Inne">Inn</reg> where <reg orig="cariers">carriers</reg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> lodge, though I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> surely he would <reg orig="nere">never</reg> lodge there: 
                  but <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> go search, <reg orig="&">and</reg> the rather, because there came notice 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="towne">town</reg> the last night of an Irish man, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> had done a murder, <reg orig="whome">whom</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make search <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">for</seg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p>Come I pray you, and be circumspect. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt</stage>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Const.</speaker>
               <p>First beset the house, before you begin the search.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AY">
               <speaker>Officer</speaker>
               <l>Content, <reg orig="euery">every</reg> man take a <reg orig="seuerall">several</reg> place.</l>
               <stage>heere is heard a great noyse within.</stage>
     
               <l><reg orig="Keepe">Keep</reg>, <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg>, strike him <reg orig="downe">down</reg> there, 
                  <reg orig="downe">down</reg> with him.</l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Constable with the Irish man in Harpooles apparell.</stage>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>Come you villainous <reg orig="heretique">heretic</reg>, <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg> where your <reg orig="maister">master</reg> is.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irish man</speaker>
               <p>Vat <reg orig="mester">master</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p>Vat <reg orig="mester">master</reg>, you counterfeit <reg orig="rebell">rebel</reg>, 
                  this shall not <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> your <reg orig="turne">turn</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irish man</speaker>
               <p>Be sent Patrike I ha <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="mester">master</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVheres">Wheres</reg> the lord Cobham sir Iohn Old-castle <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> lately is escaped out of the Tower.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irish man</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Vat lort">What Lord</reg> Cobham?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p>You counterfeit, this <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> not <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> you, 
                  <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> torture you, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make 
                  you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg> where <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="arch-heretique">arch-heretic</reg> 
                  Lord Cobham is: come <reg orig="binde">bind</reg> him fast.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irish man</speaker>
               <p>Ahone, ahone, ahone, a Cree.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>Ahone, you crafty <reg orig="rascall">rascal</reg>?
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Lord Cobham comes out in his gowne stealing.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p>Harpoole, Harpoole, I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> a <reg orig="maruelous">marvelous</reg> <reg orig="noyse">noise</reg> 
                  about the house, God <reg orig="warant">warrant</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, 
                  I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <reg orig="wee"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg></reg> are pursued: what Harpoole.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>within.</stage>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker> 
               <p><reg orig="VVho"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg></reg> <reg orig="calles">calls</reg> there?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobh.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> I, dost thou not <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> a <reg orig="noyse">noise</reg> about the house?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>Yes mary <reg orig="doe">do</reg> I, <reg orig="zwounds">'swounds</reg>, I <reg orig="can not">cannot</reg> 
                  <reg orig="finde">find</reg> my hose, 
                  this Irish <reg orig="rascall">rascal</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> was <reg orig="lodgde">lodged</reg> with me all night, 
                  hath <reg orig="stolne">stolen</reg> my <reg orig="apparell">apparel</reg>, and has left me nothing but a 
                  <reg orig="lowsie">lousy</reg> mantle, and a <reg orig="paire">pair</reg> of <reg orig="broags">brogues</reg>. 
                  Get <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>, get <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>, 
                  and if the <reg orig="carier">carrier</reg> and his wench be asleep, change you with them as he hath done with me, 
                  and see if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> can escape.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>A noyse againe heard about the house, a pretty while, then enter the Constable 
               meeting Harpoole in the Irish mans apparrell.</stage>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>Stand close, <reg orig="heere">hear</reg> comes the Irish man <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="didde">did</reg> the murther, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> all tokens, this is he.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p>And <reg orig="perceiuing">perceiving</reg> the house beset, would get away: stand <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p>What art thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="bidst">biddest</reg> me stand?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>I am the Officer, and am come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> search <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> an Irish man, such a <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg> 
                  as <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> hast murthered 
                  a man this last night <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the hie way.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sbloud">'sblood</reg> Constable, art thou <reg orig="madde">mad</reg>? am I an Irish man?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="finde">find</reg> 
                  you an Irish man before <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> part: lay hold <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> him.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p>Make him fast: O thou <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg> rogue!</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter Lord Cobham and his lady in the carrier and wenches apparrell.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>What <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> these Ostlers <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg> all day?</l>
               <l>Good <reg orig="morow">morrow</reg>, good <reg orig="morow">morrow</reg>, Come wench, come,</l>
               <l>Saddle, saddle, now afore God too foord-dayes, ha?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> comes there?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <reg orig="Lankashire">Lancashire</reg> <reg orig="carier">carrier</reg>, 
                  let him <reg orig="passe">pass</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Cobham</speaker>
               <l>What, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="no body">nobody</reg> open the gates here?</l>
               <l>Come, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> into stable <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> capons.</l>
            </sp>
            <stage>The carrier calling.</stage>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <speaker>Club calling</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Hoste">Host</reg>, why ostler, zwookes, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> such abomination company of <reg orig="boies">boys</reg>: 
                  a pox of this <reg orig="pigstie">pigsty</reg> at the house end, it <reg orig="filles">fills</reg> all the house full of fleas, ostler, ostler.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BA">
               <speaker>Ostler</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> <reg orig="calles">calls</reg> there, what would you <reg orig="haue">have</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Club</speaker>
               <p>Zwookes, do you <reg orig="robbe">rob</reg> your <reg orig="ghests">guests</reg>? <reg orig="doe">do</reg> 
                  you lodge rogues and <reg orig="slaues">slaves</reg>, and scoundrels, ha? 
                  they ha <reg orig="stolne">stolen</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="doths">clothes</reg> here: why ostler?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BA">
               <speaker>Ostler</speaker>
               <p>A <reg orig="murrein">murrain</reg> <reg orig="choake">choke</reg> you, what a bawling you <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p>How now, what <reg orig="woulde">would</reg> the carrier <reg orig="haue">have</reg>? <reg orig="looke">look</reg> 
                  <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> there.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BA">
               <speaker>Ostler</speaker>
               <p>They say <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the man and woman <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> lay <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> them <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="stolne">stolen</reg> their clothes.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg>, are the strange <reg orig="folkes">folks</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> came <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> yester night?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Const.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg> mine <reg orig="hoste">host</reg>, <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> early?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg>, <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg>, and <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Constable!</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg></reg> are come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> some suspected persons, 
                  and such as <reg orig="heere">hear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> found, <reg orig="haue">have</reg> apprehended.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter the Carrier and Kate in lord Cobham and ladies apparell.</stage>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Con.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVho"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg></reg> comes <reg orig="heere">hear</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <speaker>Club</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVho"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg></reg> comes here? a plague found <reg orig="ome">o'me</reg>, 
                  you <reg orig="bawle">bawl</reg> quoth <reg orig="a">he</reg>, <reg orig="ods">odds</reg> hat, 
                  <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="forzweare">forswear</reg> your house, 
                  you <reg orig="lodgde">lodged</reg> a fellow and his wife <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="ha runne"> have run</reg> away with <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="parrel">apparel</reg>, 
                  and left <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> such <reg orig="gew-gawes">gewgaws</reg> here, come Kate, 
                  come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="mee">me</reg>, thowse <reg orig="dizeard">dizzard</reg> <reg orig="yfaith">i'faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p>Mine <reg orig="hoste">host</reg>, know you this man?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p>Yes <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg>, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  <reg orig="giue">give</reg> my word <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him, why <reg orig="neibor">neighbour</reg> Club, how comes this <reg orig="geare">gear</reg> about?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BB">
               <speaker>Kate</speaker>
               <p>Now a <reg orig="fowle">foul</reg> <reg orig="ont"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> it</reg>, I <reg orig="can not">cannot</reg> 
                  make this <reg orig="gew-gaw">gewgaw</reg> stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my head, 
                  now the lads and the lasses won <reg orig="flowt">flout</reg> me too too</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Const.</speaker>
               <p>How came this man and woman thus attired?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hoste</speaker>
               <p>Here came a man and woman hither this last night, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> I did take <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="substantiall">substantial</reg> people, 
                  and <reg orig="lodgde">lodged</reg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> one chamber <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> these <reg orig="folkes">folks</reg>: <reg orig="mee thinkes">methinks</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="beene">been</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="bolde">bold</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> change <reg orig="apparell">apparel</reg>, 
                  and gone away this morning ere they rose.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> was <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg> <reg orig="traitour">traitor</reg> Old-castle, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> thus escaped <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>: 
                  make out <reg orig="huy">hue</reg> and cry yet after him, 
                  <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> fast <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="traiterous">traitorous</reg> <reg orig="rebell">rebel</reg> 
                  his <reg orig="seruant">servant</reg> there: farewell mine <reg orig="hoste">host</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BC">
               <speaker>Carier</speaker>
               <p>Come Kate Owdham, thou and <reg orig="Ise">I</reg> trimly <reg orig="dizard">dizzard</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BB">
               <speaker>Kate</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="I faith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> faith</reg> neame Club, <reg orig="Ise">I</reg> wot <reg orig="nere">never</reg> what <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do, <reg orig="Ise">I</reg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg>
<pb/>
<reg orig="flowted">flouted</reg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="showted">shouted</reg> at: but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="th messe">the mass</reg> <reg orig="Ise">I</reg> cry. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter Priest and Doll.</stage>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>Come Dol, come, be <reg orig="mery">merry</reg> wench,</l>
               <l>Farewell Kent, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee,</l>
               <l>Be lusty my <reg orig="lasse">lass</reg>, come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Lancashire,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> must nip the Boung <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> these <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>Why is all the gold spent already <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> you had the other day?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Gone Doll, gone, <reg orig="flowne">flown</reg>, spent, vanished, the <reg orig="diuel">devil</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> and the dice, has <reg orig="deuoured">devoured</reg> all.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>You might <reg orig="haue">have</reg> left me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Kent, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> you might, <reg orig="vntil">until</reg> 
                  you had <reg orig="bin">been</reg> better <reg orig="prouided">provided</reg>, 
                  I could <reg orig="haue">have</reg> stayed at Cobham.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> Dol, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> none of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, <reg orig="Kent's">Kent is</reg> too hot Doll, 
                  <reg orig="Kent's">Kent is</reg> too hot: the <reg orig="weathercocke">weathercock</reg> of Wrotham <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> crow <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> longer, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="pluckt">plucked</reg> him, he has lost his feathers, 
                  I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="prunde">pruned</reg> him bare, left him thrice, is moulted, is moulted, wench.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>Faith sir Iohn, I might <reg orig="haue">have</reg> gone <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="seruice">service</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, 
                  old <reg orig="maister">master</reg> Harpoole told me he would <reg orig="prouide">provide</reg> me a <reg orig="mistris">mistress</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>Peace Doll, peace, come mad wench, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make thee an honest woman, 
                  <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> into Lancashire <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends, 
                  the troth is, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> marry thee, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> want but a little <reg orig="mony">money</reg> 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> buy <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> a horse, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> spend <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the way, 
                  the next sheep <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> comes <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> loose his fleece, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> 
                  <reg orig="haue">have</reg> these <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg> wench I warrant thee: stay, 
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> comes here? some Irish <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg> <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> </p>
<stage>enter the Irish man with his master slaine.</stage>
        <p>
has <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> a man, and <reg orig="drawes">draws</reg> him out of the way <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rifle him: 
                  stand close Doll, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> see the end.</p></sp>
<stage>The Irish man falls to rifle his master.</stage>
                  <sp who="AS"> <p>
Alas <reg orig="poe">poor</reg> <reg orig="mester">master</reg>, <reg orig="S.">Sir</reg> Rishard Lee, be saint Patricke is rob and cut thy <reg orig="trote">throat</reg>, 
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="dee">the</reg> <reg orig="shaine">chain</reg>, and <reg orig="dy">thy</reg> money, and <reg orig="dee">the</reg> gold ring, 
be me truly is <reg orig="loue">love</reg> thee <reg orig="wel">well</reg>, but now dow be <reg orig="kil">kill</reg> thee, 
                     <reg orig="bee">be</reg> shitten <reg orig="kanaue">knave</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn.</speaker>
               <p>Stand <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, what art thou?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irishman.</speaker>
               <p>Be saint Patricke <reg orig="mester">master</reg> is <reg orig="pore">poor</reg> <reg orig="Irisman">Irishman</reg>, is a leufter.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, you are a damned rogue, you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> 
                  killed a man here, and rifled him of all <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> he has, <reg orig="sbloud">'sblood</reg> you
<pb/>
rogue <reg orig="deliuer">deliver</reg>, or <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> not <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much as an Irish <reg orig="haire">hair</reg> 
                  <reg orig="aboue">above</reg> your shoulders, you <reg orig="whorson">whoreson</reg> Irish <reg orig="dogge">dog</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg> <reg orig="vntrusse">untruss</reg> presently, come off and dispatch, or <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this <reg orig="crosse">cross</reg> 
                  <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> fetch your head off as <reg orig="cleane">clean</reg> as a <reg orig="barke">bark</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irishman.</speaker>
               <p>Wees me saint Patricke, <reg orig="Ise">I</reg> kill me <reg orig="mester">master</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="chaine">chain</reg> 
                  and his ring, and nows be rob of all, <reg orig="mees">me is</reg> <reg orig="vndoo">undo</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Priest robs him.</stage>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Auant">Avaunt</reg> you rascal, go <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, be walking, come Doll 
                  the <reg orig="diuel">devil</reg> <reg orig="laughes">laughs</reg>, when one <reg orig="theefe">thief</reg> robs another, 
                  come <reg orig="madde">mad</reg> wench, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> saint Albons, 
                  and <reg orig="reuel">revel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> bower, hey my <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> <reg orig="girle">girl</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="L">
               <speaker>Doll</speaker>
               <p>O thou art old sir Iohn, when <reg orig="all's">all is</reg> done <reg orig="yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter the hoste of the Bell with the Irish man.</stage>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irishman</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Be me tro"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> my troth</reg> <reg orig="mester">master</reg> is <reg orig="pore">poor</reg> <reg orig="Irisman">Irishman</reg>, is want ludging, 
                  is <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="mony">money</reg>, is <reg orig="starue">starve</reg> and cold, 
                  good <reg orig="mester">master</reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> some <reg orig="meate">meat</reg>, is famise and tie.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Host</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Yfaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg> my fellow I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> lodging, 
                  but what I keep <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my <reg orig="guesse">guess</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I may not <reg orig="disapoint">disappoint</reg>, 
                  as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="meate">meat</reg> thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> such as there is, 
                  <reg orig="&">and</reg> if thou wilt lie <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="barne">barn</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> straw, and <reg orig="roome">room</reg> enough.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irishman</speaker>
               <p>Is <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> my <reg orig="mester">master</reg> <reg orig="hartily">heartily</reg>, de straw is good bed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Host</speaker>
               <p>Ho Robin?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BD">
               <speaker>Robin</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> calls?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Host</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Shew">Show</reg> this <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Irishman into the <reg orig="barne">barn</reg>, go <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>.
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter carrier and Kate.</stage>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <speaker>Club.</speaker>
               <p>Ho, <reg orig="who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is</reg> within here, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the horses? 
                  Gods <reg orig="hatte">hat</reg> <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> fine <reg orig="worke">work</reg>, the hens <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the manger, 
                  and the hogs <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the litter, a bots found you all, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> a house well 
                  <reg orig="lookt">looked</reg> too <reg orig="yvaith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> faith</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="BB">
               <speaker>Kate</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Mas">Mass</reg> goffe Club, <reg orig="Ise">I</reg> very <reg orig="cawd">cold</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <speaker>Club.</speaker>
               <p>Get <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> Kate, get <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="fier">fire</reg> and <reg orig="warme">warm</reg> thee.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <speaker>Club</speaker>
               <p>Ho Iohn Hostler.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hostler</speaker>
               <l>What gaffer Club, welcome <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> saint Albons,</l>
               <l>How does all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Lancashire?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Club</speaker>
               <p>Well God <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg> Iohn, how does Tom, wheres he?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hostler</speaker>
               <p>O Tom is gone from hence, <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> at the three horse-loues at Stony-stratford, 
                  how does old Dick Dunne?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <speaker>Club</speaker>
               <p>Gods <reg orig="hatte">hat</reg> old Dunne has <reg orig="bin">been</reg> <reg orig="moyerd">mired</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a slough <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Brickhil-lane, a plague found it, 
                  yonder is such <reg orig="abhomination">abomination</reg> weather as <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> was <reg orig="seene">seen</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hostler.</speaker>
               <p>Gods hat <reg orig="thiefe">thief</reg>, <reg orig="haue">have</reg> one half <reg orig="pecke">peck</reg> 
                  of <reg orig="pease">peas</reg> and <reg orig="oates">oats</reg> more <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, as I am Iohn Ostler, 
                  <reg orig="hee">he</reg> has been <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> as good a <reg orig="iade">jade</reg> 
                  as <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> <reg orig="traueld">travelled</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AZ">
               <speaker>Club</speaker>
               <p>Faith well said old Iacke, thou art the old lad <reg orig="stil">still</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AX">
               <speaker>Hostler</speaker>
               <p>Come Gaffer Club, <reg orig="vnlode">unload</reg>, <reg orig="vnlode">unload</reg>, and get <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> supper,
                  and <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> rub dunne the while. Come. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter sir Iohn Old-castle, and his Lady disguisde.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>Come Madam, happily <reg orig="escapt">escaped</reg>, here let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> sit,</l>
               <l>This place is <reg orig="farre">far</reg> remote from any path,</l>
               <l>And here awhile <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> weary limbs may rest,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> take refreshing, free from the <reg orig="pursuite">pursuit</reg></l>
               <l>Of <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> Winchester.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l>But where (my Lord,)</l>
               <l>Shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> find rest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> disquiet minds?</l>
               <l>There dwell <reg orig="vntamed">untamed</reg> thoughts <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> hardly <reg orig="stoupe">stoop</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> such abasement of disdained rags,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> were not wont <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="trauell">travel</reg> thus <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> night,</l>
               <l>Especially <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <reg orig="foote">foot</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> matter <reg orig="loue">love</reg>,</l>
               <l>Extremities admit <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> better choice,</l>
               <l>And were it not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee, say froward time,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Imposde">Imposed</reg> a greater <reg orig="taske">task</reg>, I would <reg orig="esteeme">esteem</reg> it</l>
               <l>As lightly as the wind <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg> <reg orig="vpon vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy sufferance I am doubly <reg orig="taskt">tasked</reg>,</l>
               <l>Thou wast not wont <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the earth thy <reg orig="stoole">stool</reg>,</l>
               <l>Nor the moist dewy <reg orig="grasse">grass</reg> thy pillow, nor</l>
               <l>Thy chamber <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be the wide <reg orig="horrison">horizon</reg>,</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l>How can it <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg> a trouble, <reg orig="hauing">having</reg> you</l>
               <l>A partner with me, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the worst I <reg orig="feele">feel</reg>?</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> gentle Lord, your presence would <reg orig="giue">give</reg> ease</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> death <reg orig="it selfe">itself</reg>, should he now <reg orig="seaze">seize</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> me,</l>
               <l>Behold what my foresight hath <reg orig="vndertane">undertaken</reg> </l>
                  <stage>heres bread and cheese <reg orig="&">and</reg> a bottle.</stage>
     
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> faint, they are but homely cates.</l>
               <l>Yet <reg orig="saucde">sauced</reg> with hunger, they may <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg> as <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg>,</l>
               <l>As greater dainties <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> were wont <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> taste.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>
                  <hi>Oldca.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l>Praise be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him whose <reg orig="plentie">plenty</reg> sends both this,</l>
               <l>And all things else <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="mortall">mortal</reg> bodies need,</l>
               <l>Nor <reg orig="scorne">scorn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> this <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> feeding, nor the state</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> now are <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> what is it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> earth,</l>
               <l>Nay <reg orig="vnder">under</reg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>, continues at a stay?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ebbes">Ebbs</reg> not the sea, when it hath <reg orig="ouerflowne">overflown</reg>?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Flowes">Flows</reg> not <reg orig="darknes">darkness</reg> when the day is gone?</l>
               <l>And see <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> not sometime the <reg orig="eie">eye</reg> of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Dimmd">Dimmed</reg> with <reg orig="ouerflying">overflying</reg> <reg orig="clowdes">clouds</reg>: 
                  <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="worke">work</reg></l>
               <l>Of <reg orig="carefull">careful</reg> nature, or of cunning <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">art</seg>,</l>
               <l>(How strong, how beauteous, or how rich it be)</l>
               <l>But falls <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> time <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="ruine">ruin</reg>: here gentle <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> this one draught I wash my sorrow <reg orig="downe">down</reg>.   </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>drinkes.</stage>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l>And I <reg orig="incoragde">encouraged</reg> with your <reg orig="cheerefull">cheerful</reg> speech,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg></reg> do the <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">like</seg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>Pray God <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Harpoole come,</l>
               <l>If he should fall into the Bishops hands,</l>
               <l>Or not remember where <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> bade him <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>It were the thing of all things else, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> now</l>
               <l>Could <reg orig="breede">breed</reg> <reg orig="reuolt">revolt</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this new peace of mind.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Feare">Fear</reg> not my Lord, <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> witty <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="deuise">devise</reg>,</l>
               <l>And strong <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> execute a present shift.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> power be <reg orig="stil">still</reg> his guide hath guided <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>My <reg orig="drowsie">drowsy</reg> <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg> 
                  <reg orig="heauy">heavy</reg>, <reg orig="earely">early</reg> rising,</l>
               <l>Together with the <reg orig="trauell">travel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> had,</l>
               <l>Make me <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I could gladly take a nap,</l>
               <l>Were I <reg orig="perswaded">persuaded</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> might be secure.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l>Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> depend <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> me, whilst you do <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> watch <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> misfortune happen <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>Lay then your head <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> my lap <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> Lord,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>And boldly take your rest.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> <reg orig="deare">dear</reg> wife,</l>
               <l>Be too much trouble <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Vrge">Urge</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>,</l>
               <l>My duty binds me, and your <reg orig="loue">love</reg> commands.</l>
               <l>I would I had the <reg orig="skil">skill</reg> with tuned <reg orig="voyce">voice</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> draw <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> sleep with some sweet <reg orig="melodie">melody</reg>,</l>
               <l>But imperfection and <reg orig="vnaptnesse">unaptness</reg> too,</l>
               <l>Are both repugnant, <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> inserts the one,</l>
               <l>The other nature hath denied me <reg orig="vse">use</reg>.</l>
               <l>But what <reg orig="talke">talk</reg> I of <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> purchase <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>,</l>
               <l>Is freely <reg orig="hapned">happened</reg>? <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg> with gentle hand,</l>
               <l>Hath shut his <reg orig="eie-liddes">eyelids</reg>, <reg orig="oh">o</reg> victorious labour,</l>
               <l>How <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> thy power can <reg orig="charme">charm</reg> the bodies sense?</l>
               <l>And now thou likewise <reg orig="climbst">climbest</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my <reg orig="braine">brain</reg>,</l>
               <l>Making my <reg orig="heauy">heavy</reg> temples <reg orig="stoupe">stoop</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee,</l>
               <l>Great God of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> from danger <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> free. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>both sleepes.</stage>
            <stage>Enter sir Richard Lee, and his men</stage>
            <sp who="AA">
               <speaker>Lee.</speaker>
               <l>A murder closely done and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my ground?</l>
               <l>Search carefully, if any where it were,</l>
               <l>This obscure thicket is the likeliest place.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AV">
               <speaker>seruant.</speaker>
               <l>Sir I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> found the body <reg orig="stiffe">stiff</reg> with cold,</l>
               <l>And mangled cruelly with many wounds.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AA">
               <speaker>Lee</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> if thou knowest him, <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> his body <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>A <reg orig="lacke">lack</reg> it is my son, my <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> and <reg orig="heire">heir</reg>,</l>
               <l>Whom two <reg orig="yeares">years</reg> since, I sent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Ireland,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> practise there the discipline of <reg orig="warre">war</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> home (<seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> he wrote <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me)</l>
               <l>Some <reg orig="sauage">savage</reg> <reg orig="hart">heart</reg>, some <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg> 
                  <reg orig="diuellish">devilish</reg> hand,</l>
               <l>Either <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hate, or thirsting <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his <reg orig="coyne">coin</reg>,</l>
               <l>Hath here <reg orig="slucde">sluiced</reg> out his <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>, <reg orig="vnhappy">unhappy</reg> <reg orig="houre">hour</reg>,</l>
               <l>Accursed place, but most inconstant fate,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> hadst <reg orig="reserude">reserved</reg> him from the bullets fire,</l>
               <l>And suffered him <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> scape the wood-karnes fury,</l>
               <l>Didst here <reg orig="ordaine">ordain</reg> the treasure of his life,</l>
               <l>(<reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> here within the <reg orig="armes">arms</reg> of tender peace,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>And where security gate greatest hope)</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be <reg orig="consumde">consumed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> treasons <reg orig="wastefull">wasteful</reg> hand?</l>
               <l>And what is most afflicting <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> this his death and murther should be wrought,</l>
               <l>Without the knowledge <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> whose <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> done,</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AW">
               <speaker>2 <hi>seru.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <l>Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> sir, I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> found the authors of it,</l>
               <l>See where they sit, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg> <reg orig="fistes">fists</reg>,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> instruments of death and <reg orig="sinne">sin</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AA">
               <speaker>Lee</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Iust">Just</reg> <reg orig="iudgement">judgment</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> power, whose gracious <reg orig="eie">eye</reg>,</l>
               <l>Loathing the sight of such a <reg orig="hainous">heinous</reg> fact,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Dazeled">Dazzled</reg> their senses with <reg orig="benumming-sleepe">benumbing-sleep</reg>,</l>
               <l>Till their <reg orig="vnhallowed">unhallowed</reg> treachery were <reg orig="knowne">known</reg>:</l>
               <l>Awake ye monsters, murderers awake,</l>
               <l>Tremble <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> horror, blush you cannot <reg orig="chuse">choose</reg>,</l>
               <l>Beholding this inhumane deed of yours.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <l>What <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> you sir <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> trouble weary <reg orig="soules">souls</reg>,</l>
               <l>And interrupt <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> quiet <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AA">
               <speaker>Lee</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="diuellish">devilish</reg>! can you boast <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <reg orig="your selues">yourselves</reg></l>
               <l>Of quiet <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg>, <reg orig="hauing">having</reg> within your hearts</l>
               <l>The guilt of murder waking, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> with cries</l>
               <l><reg orig="Deafes">Deafen</reg> the <reg orig="lowd">loud</reg> thunder, and <reg orig="sollicites">solicits</reg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>,</l>
               <l>With more than Mandrakes <reg orig="shreekes">shrieks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your offence?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady Old.</speaker>
               <p>What murder? you <reg orig="vpbraid">upbraid</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> wrongfully.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AA">
               <speaker>Lee</speaker>
               <l>Can you deny the fact? see you not <reg orig="heere">hear</reg>,</l>
               <l>The body of my <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> you <reg orig="mis-done">misdone</reg>?</l>
               <l><reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his wounds, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his purple hew:</l>
               <l>Do <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> not <reg orig="finde">find</reg> you where the <reg orig="deede">deed</reg> was done?</l>
               <l>Were not your <reg orig="kniues">knives</reg> fast closed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your hands?</l>
               <l>Is not this cloth an argument beside,</l>
               <l>Thus <reg orig="staind">stained</reg> and spotted with his innocent blood?</l>
               <l>These speaking characters, were nothing else</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="pleade">plead</reg> against ye, would <reg orig="conuict">convict</reg> you both.</l>
               <l>Bring them away, <reg orig="bereauers">bereavers</reg> of my <reg orig="ioy">joy</reg>,</l>
               <l>At Hartford where the <reg orig="Sises">Assizes</reg> now are kept,</l>
               <l>Their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> shall <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> lost life.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old castle</speaker>
               <p>As <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are innocent, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> may <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="speede">speed</reg>.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AA">
               <pb />
               <speaker>Lee</speaker>
               <p>As I am <reg orig="wrongd">wronged</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> may the law <reg orig="proceede">proceed</reg>. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>
               <hi>Enter bishop of Rochester, constable of S. Albons, with sir Iohn of Wrotham, Doll his wench, 
                  and the Irishman in Harpooles apparell.</hi>
            </stage>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>What intricate confusion <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="heere">hear</reg>?</l>
               <l>Not two <reg orig="houres">hours</reg> since <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> apprehended one,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="habite">habit</reg> Irish, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> speech, not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>:</l>
               <l>And now you bring another, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> speech</l>
               <l>Is altogether Irish, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="habite">habit</reg></l>
               <l><reg orig="Seemes">Seems</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be English: yea and more than <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="seruant">servant</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="heretike">heretic</reg> Lord Cobham.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irishman</speaker>
               <l>Fait me be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="seruant">servant</reg> of the lord Cobhams,</l>
               <l>Me be Mack Chane of Vlster.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>Otherwise <reg orig="calld">called</reg> Harpoole of Kent, go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg> sit,</l>
               <l>You cannot <reg orig="blinde">blind</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> with your broken Irish.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>Trust me, my Lord Bishop, whether Irish,</l>
               <l>Or English, Harpoole or not Harpoole, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg></l>
               <l>I <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be decided <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="triall">trial</reg>:</l>
               <l>But sure I am this man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> face and speech</l>
               <l>Is he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="murdred">murdered</reg> <reg orig="yong">young</reg> sir Richard Lee:</l>
               <l>I met him presently <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the fact,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he slew his <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> gold,</l>
               <l>Those <reg orig="iewells">jewels</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="chaine">chain</reg> I <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> from him.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <speaker>Bishop</speaker>
               <l>Well, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="affaires">affairs</reg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> call <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> 
                  <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> cannot prosecute the cause</l>
               <l>As <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> desire <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do, therefore <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg></l>
               <l>The charge with you, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> see they be <reg orig="conuaide">conveyed</reg></l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> Hartford <reg orig="Sise">Assize</reg>: both this <reg orig="counterfaite">counterfeit</reg></l>
               <l>And you sir Iohn of Wrotham, and your wench,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> you are culpable as well as they,</l>
               <l>Though not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> murder, yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> felony.</l>
               <l>But since you are the <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> bring <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> light</l>
               <l>This <reg orig="gracelesse">graceless</reg> murder, you shall <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> with you,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> letters <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Iudges">Judges</reg> of the bench,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be your <reg orig="friendes">friends</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> what they <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> may.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> your Lordship.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="B">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Bish.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg>, away with them. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>Enter Gaoler" and his man, bringing forth Old castle.</stage>
            <sp who="AT">
               <speaker>Gaoler</speaker>
               <l>Bring forth the prisoners, see the court <reg orig="preparde">prepared</reg>,</l>
               <l>The <reg orig="Iustices">Justices</reg> are <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the bench.</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg>, let him stand, away, and fetch the rest. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me patience <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="indure">endure</reg> this scourge,</l>
               <l>Thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> art <reg orig="fountaine">fountain</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="vertuous">virtuous</reg> <reg orig="streame">stream</reg>,</l>
               <l>And though contempt, false <reg orig="witnes">witness</reg>, and <reg orig="reproch">reproach</reg></l>
               <l>Hang <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> these <reg orig="yron">iron</reg> <reg orig="gyues">gyves</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="presse">press</reg> my life</l>
               <l>As low as earth, yet strengthen me with faith,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I may mount <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="spirite">spirit</reg> <reg orig="aboue">above</reg> the <reg orig="cloudes">clouds</reg>.</l>
               <stage>Enter Gaoler bringing in Lady Old-castle, and Harpoole.</stage>
    
               <l>Here comes my lady, <reg orig="sorow">sorrow</reg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>,</l>
               <l>Thy wound is <reg orig="greeuous">grievous</reg>, else I <reg orig="scoffe">scoff</reg> at thee.</l>
               <l>What and <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Harpoole! art thou <reg orig="ith"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the</reg> <reg orig="bryars">briars</reg> too?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> faith my Lord, I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>, get out how I can.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <l>Say (gentle Lord) <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> now <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are alone,</l>
               <l>And may <reg orig="conferre">confer</reg>, shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="briefe">brief</reg>,</l>
               <l>Of whence, and what <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <reg orig="preuent">prevent</reg></l>
               <l>The accusation is <reg orig="commenede">commenced</reg> against <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <l>What <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>? being <reg orig="knowne">known</reg>, 
                  <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg></reg> shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="heresie">heresy</reg> be put <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> they <reg orig="tearme">term</reg> the religion <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="professe">profess</reg>.</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, if it be ordained <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> must die,</l>
               <l>And at this instant, this <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> comfort be,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> of the guilt <reg orig="imposde">imposed</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="soules">souls</reg> are free.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="R">
               <speaker>Harp.</speaker>
               <l>Yea, yea my lord, Harpoole is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="resolude">resolved</reg>,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="wreake">wreak</reg> of death the <reg orig="lesse">less</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I die</l>
               <l>Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the sentence of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> priest</l>
               <l>The Bishop of Rochester, <reg orig="oh">o</reg> were it he,</l>
               <l>Or <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I should suffer here,</l>
               <l>It would be double torment <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="VVell">Well</reg>, be it then according as <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> please.</p>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter lord Iudge, two Iustices, Maior of Saint Albons, lord Powesse and his lady, and old sir Richard Lee: 
               the Iudge and Iustices take their places.</stage>
            <sp who="J">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l>Now M. <reg orig="Maior">Mayor</reg>, what gentleman is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>,</l>
               <l>You bring with you, before <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> and the bench?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="M">
               <speaker>Maior</speaker>
               <l>The Lord Powes if it <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg>,</l>
               <l>And this his Lady, <reg orig="trauelling">travelling</reg> toward Wales,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> they <reg orig="lodgde">lodged</reg> last night within my house,</l>
               <l>And my Lord Bishop did lay search <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> such,</l>
               <l>Were very willing <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> with me,</l>
               <l>Lest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their sakes, <reg orig="suspition">suspicion</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> might wrong.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="crie">cry</reg> your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> mercy good my Lord,</l>
               <l>Wilt please ye take your place, <reg orig="madame">madam</reg> your ladyship,</l>
               <l>May here or where you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> repose <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> this <reg orig="businesse">business</reg> now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hand be past.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AE">
               <speaker>Lady Po.</speaker>
               <l>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> withdraw into some other <reg orig="roome">room</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> your Lordship, and the rest be <reg orig="pleasde">pleased</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <p>With all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> hearts: attend the Lady there.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Lord Po.</speaker>
               <l>Wife, I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="eyde">eyed</reg> yond prisoners all this while,</l>
               <l>And my conceit doth <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> me, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friend,</l>
               <l>The noble Cobham, and his <reg orig="vertuous">virtuous</reg> Lady.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AE">
               <speaker>Lady Po.</speaker>
               <l>I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="lesse">less</reg>, are they suspected trow ye</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> doing of this murder?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Lord Po.</speaker>
               <l>What it <reg orig="meanes">means</reg>,</l>
               <l>I cannot tell, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> shall know anon,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Meane">Mean</reg> space as you <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> them, ask the question,</l>
               <l>But do it secretly, you be not <reg orig="seene">seen</reg>,</l>
               <l>And make some <reg orig="signe">sign</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I may know your mind.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AE">
               <speaker>Lady Po.</speaker>
               <p>My Lord Cobham, madam? 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>as she passeth ouer the stage by them.</stage>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> Cobham now, nor madam as you <reg orig="loue">love</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
               <l>But Iohn of Lancashire, and Ione his wife.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AE">
               <speaker>Lady Po.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="tel">tell</reg>, what is it <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> can do,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> pleasure you, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are bound <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Oldca.</speaker>
               <l>Nothing but this, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> you <reg orig="conceale">conceal</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> names,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> gentle lady <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> being spied.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AE">
               <speaker>Lady Po.</speaker>
               <p>My heart I <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> part of your <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>.   
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exit,</stage>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l>Call the prisoners <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="barre">bar</reg>: sir Richard Lee,</l>
               <l>What <reg orig="euidence">evidence</reg> can you bring against these people,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> them <reg orig="guiltie">guilty</reg> of the murder done?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AA">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Lee.</speaker>
               <l>This <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg> <reg orig="towell">towel</reg>, and these naked <reg orig="kniues">knives</reg>,</l>
               <l>Beside <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> found them sitting <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the place,</l>
               <l>Where the dead body lay within a bush.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg> answer you why law should not proceed,</l>
               <l>According <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this <reg orig="euidence">evidence</reg> <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="taxe">tax</reg> ye with the penalty of death?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are free from murders very thought,</l>
               <l>And know not how the gentleman was <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>1 <hi>Iust.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>How came this <reg orig="linnen">linen</reg> cloth <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="boudy">bloody</reg> then?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady Cob.</speaker>
               <l>My husband hot with <reg orig="trauelling">travelling</reg> my lord,</l>
               <l>His nose <reg orig="gusht">gushed</reg> out a bleeding, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> was it.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="I">
               <speaker>2 <hi>Iust.</hi>
               </speaker>
               <p>But wherefore were your sharpe <reg orig="edgde">edged</reg> <reg orig="kniues">knives</reg> <reg orig="vnsheathde">unsheathed</reg>?</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AB">
               <speaker>Lady Cob.</speaker>
               <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> cut such simple <reg orig="victuall">victual</reg> as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> had.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l>Say <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> admit this answer <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> those articles,</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVhat">What</reg> made ye <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="priuate">private</reg> a <reg orig="darke">dark</reg> <reg orig="nooke">nook</reg>,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> far remote from any common path,</l>
               <l>As was the <reg orig="thicke">thick</reg> where the dead <reg orig="corpes">corpse</reg> was <reg orig="throwne">thrown</reg>?</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <l><reg orig="Iournying">Journeying</reg> my lord from London from the <reg orig="terme">term</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Downe">Down</reg> into Lancashire where <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> do dwell,</l>
               <l>And what with age and <reg orig="trauell">travel</reg> being faint,</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg></reg> gladly sought a place where <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> might rest,</l>
               <l>Free from resort of other passengers,</l>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> strayed into <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> secret corner.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l>These are but ambages <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="driue">drive</reg> of time,</l>
               <l>And linger <reg orig="Iustice">Justice</reg> from <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="purposde">purposed</reg> end.</l>
               <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> are these?</l>
            </sp>
            <stage>Enter the Constable, bringing in the Irishman, sir Iohn of Wrotham, and Doll</stage>
            <sp who="AC">
               <speaker>Const.</speaker>
               <l>Stay <reg orig="Iudgement">Judgment</reg>, and release those innocents,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> here is <reg orig="hee">he</reg>, whose hand hath done the deed,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> they stand <reg orig="indited">indicted</reg> at the <reg orig="barre">bar</reg>,</l>
               <l>This <reg orig="sauage">savage</reg> <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, this rude Irish <reg orig="slaue">slave</reg>,</l>
               <l>His tongue already hath <reg orig="confest">confessed</reg> the fact,</l>
               <l>And here is <reg orig="witnes">witness</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="confirme">confirm</reg> as much.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <l>Yes my good Lords, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> sooner had he <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg></l>
               <l>His <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> master <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the wealth he had,</l>
               <l>
                  <pb/>But I <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the instant met with him,</l>
               <l>And what he <reg orig="purchacde">purchased</reg> with the <reg orig="losse">loss</reg> of <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>,</l>
               <l>With strokes I presently <reg orig="bereau'de">bereaved</reg> him of,</l>
               <l>Some of the <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> is spent, the rest remaining,</l>
               <l>I willingly surrender <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the hands</l>
               <l>Of old sir Richard Lee, as being his,</l>
               <l>Beside my Lord <reg orig="Iudge">Judge</reg>, I greet your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg>,</l>
               <l>With letters from my Lord of Winchester. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>deliuers a letter.</stage>
            <sp who="AA">
               <speaker>Lee</speaker>
               <l>Is this the <reg orig="wolfe">wolf</reg> whose thirsty <reg orig="throate">throat</reg> did <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg></l>
               <l>My <reg orig="deare">dear</reg> <reg orig="sonnes">son's</reg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>? art thou the snake</l>
               <l>He <reg orig="cherisht">cherished</reg>, yet with <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> piercing sting,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Assaildst">Assailedst</reg> him mortally? <reg orig="foule">foul</reg> <reg orig="stigmatike">stigmatic</reg>,</l>
               <l>Thou <reg orig="venome">venom</reg> of the country where thou <reg orig="liuedst">lived</reg>,</l>
               <l>And pestilence of this: were it not <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> law</l>
               <l>Stands ready <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> thy <reg orig="crueltie">cruelty</reg>,</l>
               <l>Traitor <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> God, thy master, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me,</l>
               <l>These hands should be thy executioner.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l>Patience sir Richard Lee, you shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="iustice">justice</reg>,</l>
               <l>And he the guerdon of his base desert,</l>
               <l>The fact is odious, therefore take him hence,</l>
               <l>And being <reg orig="hangde">hanged</reg> <reg orig="vntil">until</reg> the wretch be dead,</l>
               <l>His body after shall be <reg orig="hangd">hanged</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="chaines">chains</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="Neare">Near</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the place, where he did act the murder.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AS">
               <speaker>Irish.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Prethee">Prithee</reg> Lord <reg orig="shudge">judge</reg> let me <reg orig="haue">have</reg> mine own clothes, 
                  my strouces there, and let me be <reg orig="hangd">hanged</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> a with 
                  after my <reg orig="cuntry">country</reg>, the Irish fashion. 
               </p>
            </sp>
            <stage>exit.</stage>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l>Go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg>, away with him, and now sir Iohn,</l>
               <l>Although <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> you, this murther came <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> light,</l>
               <l>And therein you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> well <reg orig="deseru'd">deserved</reg>, yet <reg orig="vpright">upright</reg> law,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you be <reg orig="excusde">excused</reg> and quit,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> you did rob the Irishman, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg></l>
               <l>You stand attained here of felony,</l>
               <l>Beside, you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg> lewd, and many <reg orig="yeares">years</reg></l>
               <l>Led a <reg orig="lasciuious">lascivious</reg> <reg orig="vnbeseeming">unbeseeming</reg> life.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> but my Lord, he repents, sir Iohn repents he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> mend.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <pb/>
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> hope thereof, together with the <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg>,</l>
               <l>My Lord of Winchester <reg orig="intreates">entreats</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> you,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> are content you shall be <reg orig="proued">proved</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="N">
               <speaker>sir Iohn</speaker>
               <p>I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> your good Lordship.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge</speaker>
               <l>These other <reg orig="falsly">falsely</reg> here, <reg orig="accusde">accused</reg>, and brought</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="perill">peril</reg> wrongfully, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">like</seg> sort</l>
               <l>Do set at liberty, paying their fees.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Lord Po.</speaker>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> office if it please ye I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> do,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> countries sake, because I know them well,</l>
               <l>They are my neighbours, therefore of my cost,</l>
               <l>Their charges shall be <reg orig="paide">paid</reg>.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="AA">
               <speaker>Lee.</speaker>
               <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> amends,</l>
               <l>Touching the wrong <reg orig="vnwittingly">unwittingly</reg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done,</l>
               <l>There are a few <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg> more <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> them <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg>. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>giues them a purse.</stage>
            <sp who="J">
               <speaker>Iudge.</speaker>
               <l>Your <reg orig="kindnes">kindness</reg> <reg orig="merites">merits</reg> praise sir Richard Lee,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> hence.  
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt all but Lord Powesse and Oldcastle.</stage>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Lord Po.</speaker>
               <l>But Powesse still must stay,</l>
               <l>There yet <reg orig="remaines">remains</reg> a part of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> true <reg orig="loue">love</reg>,</l>
               <l>He owes his noble friend <reg orig="vnsatisfide">unsatisfied</reg>,</l>
               <l>And <reg orig="vnperformd">unperformed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> first of all doth bind me,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> gratulate your lordships safe <reg orig="deliuery">delivery</reg>,</l>
               <l>And then <reg orig="intreat">entreat</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> since <reg orig="vnlookt">unlooked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">for</seg> thus,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> here are met, your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> would vouchsafe,</l>
               <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> ride with me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Wales, where though my power,</l>
               <l>(Though not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> quittance those great <reg orig="benefites">benefits</reg>,</l>
               <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="receiud">received</reg> of you) yet both my house,</l>
               <l>My purse my <reg orig="seruants">servants</reg>, and what else I <reg orig="haue">have</reg>,</l>
               <l>Are all at your command, deny me not,</l>
               <l>I know the Bishops hate pursues ye <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
               <l>As <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> safety <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> abiding here.</l>
            </sp>
            <sp who="C">
               <speaker>Old.</speaker>
               <p><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> true my Lord, and God <reg orig="forgiue">forgive</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> it.</p>
            </sp>
            <sp who="P">
               <speaker>Lord Po.</speaker>
               <l>Then let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> hence, you shall be straight <reg orig="prouided">provided</reg></l>
               <l>Of lusty geldings, and once <reg orig="entred">entered</reg> <reg orig="VVales">Wales</reg>,</l>
               <l><reg orig="VVell">Well</reg> may the Bishop hunt, but <reg orig="spight">spite</reg> his face,</l>
               <l>He <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> more shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the game <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="chace">chase</reg>. 
               </l>
            </sp>
            <stage>exeunt.</stage>
            <stage>FINIS.</stage>
            <pb/>
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