2 Henry VI Q1

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               THE First part of the Contention betwixt the two famous Houses of Yorke
               and Lancaster, with the death of the good
               Duke Humphrey:
               And the banishment and death of the Duke of
               Suffolke, and the Tragicall end of the proud Cardinall
               of Winchester, with the notable Rebellion
               of Iacke Cade:
               And the Duke of Yorkes first claime unto the Crowne.
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               <name>Tanmay Shah and homographed and regularised by Alexis Antonia</name>
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               Printed by Thomas Creed, for Thomas Millington,
               and are to be sold at his shop vnder Saint Peters
               Church in Cornwall.
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            <pubPlace>London</pubPlace> 
            <date>1594</date>
            <authority>Gabriel Egan</authority> 
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               <name id="A">Earl of Suffolk</name>
               <name id="B">Henry VI</name>
               <name id="C">Queen Margaret</name>
               <name id="D">Humphrey Duke of Gloucester, brother to the King</name>
               <name id="E">Winchester Henry Beaufort, great-uncle to Henry V, bishop of Winchster, and later cardinal</name>
               <name id="F">Duke of Buckingham</name>
               <name id="G">Duke/Earl of Somerset</name>
               <name id="H">Earl of Salisbury</name>
               <name id="I">Earl of Warwick</name>
               <name id="J">Richard Plantagenet (Duke of Gloucester) becomes duke of York</name>
               <name id="K">Eleanor, duchess of Gloucester</name>
               <name id="L">Messenger</name>
               <name id="M">Father John Hume, a priest</name>
               <name id="N">First Petitioner</name>
               <name id="O">Second Petitioner</name>
               <name id="P">Peter, Thomas Horner's man</name>
               <name id="Q">Thomas Horner, an armourer</name>
               <name id="R">Margaret Jourdain, a witch</name>
               <name id="S">Bolingbroke, a conjurer</name>
               <name id="T">Spirit</name>
               <name id="V">Servant</name>
               <name id="W">Simpcox, an imposter</name>
               <name id="X">All</name>
               <name id="Y">Simpcox's Wife</name>
               <name id="Z">Mayor of Saint Alban's</name>
               <name id="AA">Beadle</name>
               <name id="AB">Both (Earl of Salisbury and Earl of Warwick)</name>
               <name id="AC">First Neighbour</name>
               <name id="AD">Second Neighbour</name>
               <name id="AE">Third Neighbour</name>
               <name id="AF">First Prentise</name>
               <name id="AG">Second Prentise</name>
               <name id="AH">Third Prentise</name>
               <name id="AI">Herald</name>
               <name id="AJ">Sheriff</name>
               <name id="AK">Sir John Stanley</name>
               <name id="AL">First Murderer</name>
               <name id="AM">Second Murderer</name>
               <name id="AN">Vawse</name>
               <name id="AO">Captain</name>
               <name id="AP">Walter Whitmore</name>
               <name id="AQ">First Prisoner</name>
               <name id="AR">Second Prisoner</name>
               <name id="AS">Maister</name>
               <name id="AT">Nicke, a follower of Cade</name>
               <name id="AU">George Bevis, a follower of Cade</name>
               <name id="AV">Jack Cade, a rebel</name>
               <name id="AW">Dick the Butcher, a follower of Cade</name>
               <name id="AX">Robin, a follower of Cade</name>
               <name id="AY">Will, a follower of Cade</name>
               <name id="AZ">Clerk of Chatham</name>
               <name id="BA">Tom</name>
               <name id="BB">Sir Humphrey Stafford</name>
               <name id="BC">Reade</name>
               <name id="BD">Lord Say</name>
               <name id="BE">Lord Scales</name>
               <name id="BF">First Citizen</name>
               <name id="BG">Soldier</name>
               <name id="BH">Sargiant</name>
               <name id="BI">Lord Clifford</name>
               <name id="BJ">Alexander Iden, a Kentish gentleman</name>
               <name id="BK">King Edward IV (Plantagenet)</name>
               <name id="BL">Richard Plantagenet the Younger</name>
               <name id="BM">Young Clifford</name>
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               THE FIRST PART OF THE CONTENTION OF THE TWO FAMOVS
               Houses of Yorke and Lancaster, with the death of
               the good Duke Humphrey.
            </head><l></l> 
         </div1>
         <div1 n="1" type="act">
            
            <div2 n="1" type="scene">
               <stage>
                  Enter at one doore, King Henry the sixt, and Humphrey Duke of
                  Gloster, the Duke of Sommerset, the Duke of Buckingham, Cardinall Bewford, and others.
                  Enter at the other doore, the Duke of Yorke, and the Marquesse of
                  Suffolke, and Queene Margaret, and the Earle of Salisbury and 
                  Warwicke.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>AS <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> your high <reg orig="imperiall">imperial</reg> <reg orig="Maiesties">Majesties</reg> command,</l>
                  <l>I had <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> charge at my depart <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> France,</l>
                  <l>As Procurator <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your excellence,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> marry Princes Margaret <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your grace,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="auncient">ancient</reg> famous <reg orig="Citie">City</reg> <reg orig="Towres">Towers</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> presence of the Kings of France and Cyssile,</l>
                  <l>The Dukes of Orleance, Calabar, Brittaine, and Alonson.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Seuen">Seven</reg> <reg orig="Earles">Earls</reg>, <reg orig="twelue">twelve</reg> Barons, and then the <reg orig="reuerend">reverend</reg> Bishops,</l>
                  <l>I did <reg orig="performe">perform</reg> my <reg orig="taske">task</reg> and was <reg orig="espousde">espoused</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And now, most humbly <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my bended knees,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> sight of England and <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> <reg orig="Peeres">Peers</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Deliuer">Deliver</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> my title <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnto">Unto</reg> your <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> excellence, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> are the substance</l>
                  <l>Of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> great shadow I did represent:</l>
                  <l>The happiest gift <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> <reg orig="Marquesse">Marquess</reg> <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The fairest <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> King <reg orig="possest">possessed</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Suffolke arise.</l>
                  <l>Welcome <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> Margaret <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> English Henries Court,</l>
                  <l>The greatest <reg orig="shew">show</reg> of <reg orig="kindnesse">kindness</reg> yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> can bestow,</l>
                  <l>Is this <reg orig="kinde">kind</reg> <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg>: <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> gracious God of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Lend me a heart <reg orig="repleat">replete</reg> with <reg orig="thankfulnesse">thankfulness</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this <reg orig="beautious">beauteous</reg> face thou hast <reg orig="bestowde">bestowed</reg></l>
                  <l>A world of pleasures <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my perplexed <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Th'excessiue">The excessive</reg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> I <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your grace,</l>
                  <l>Forbids me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="lauish">lavish</reg> of my tongue,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Least">Lest</reg> I should <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> more <reg orig="then">than</reg> <reg orig="beseemes">beseems</reg> a woman:</l>
                  <l>Let this suffice, my <reg orig="blisse">bliss</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your liking,</l>
                  <l>And nothing can make <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Margaret miserable,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnlesse">Unless</reg> the <reg orig="frowne">frown</reg> of <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> Englands King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">Her</seg> <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> did wound, but now <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> speech doth pierce,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Louely">Lovely</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> Margaret sit down <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my side:</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg> Gloster, and you Lordly <reg orig="Peeres">Peers</reg>,</l>
                  <l>With one voice welcome my <reg orig="beloued">beloved</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <l>Long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> Margaret, Englands <reg orig="happinesse">happiness</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you all.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Sound Trumpets.</stage> 
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord Protector, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> it please your grace,</l>
                  <l>Here are the Articles <reg orig="confirmde">confirmed</reg> of peace,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Betweene">Between</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg> and the French King Charles,</l>
                  <l>Till <reg orig="terme">term</reg> of <reg orig="eighteene">eighteen</reg> months be full <reg orig="expirde">expired</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Imprimis, It is agreed <reg orig="betweene">between</reg> the French King</l>
                  <l>Charles, and William de la Poule, <reg orig="Marquesse">Marquess</reg> of Suffolke, <reg orig="Embassador">Ambassador</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Henry King of England, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the said Henry <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> wed</l>
                  <l>and espouse the <reg orig="Ladie">Lady</reg> Margaret, daughter <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Raynard King of</l>
                  <l>Naples, Cyssels, and Ierusalem, and <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> of England, ere the 30 of the next month.</l>
                  <l>Item. It is further agreed <reg orig="betwene">between</reg> them, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the <reg orig="Dutches">Duchess</reg> of Anioy and of Maine, shall be released and <reg orig="deliuered">delivered</reg> <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the</l>
                  <l>King <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> fa.</l> 
               </sp>
               <stage>Duke Humphrey lets it fall.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>How now <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg>, whats the matter <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> you stay <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="sodenly">suddenly</reg>. </l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Pardon my Lord, a <reg orig="sodain">sudden</reg> <reg orig="qualme">qualm</reg> came <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> my <reg orig="hart">heart</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> <reg orig="dimmes">dims</reg> mine eyes <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I can <reg orig="reade">read</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnckle">Uncle</reg> of Winchester, I pray you <reg orig="reade">read</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Cardinall.</speaker>
                  <l>Item, It is further agreed <reg orig="betweene">between</reg> them, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Duches">Duchess</reg> of Anioy and of Mayne, shall be released and <reg orig="deliuered">delivered</reg> <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> father, and she sent <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> of the King</l>
                  <l>of Englands <reg orig="owne">own</reg> proper cost and charges without dowry.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>They please <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> well, Lord <reg orig="Marquesse">Marquess</reg> <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg></l>
                  <l>here create thee first Duke of Suffolke, and girt thee with the</l>
                  <l>sword. <reg orig="Cosin">Cousin</reg> of Yorke, <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> here discharge your grace from</l>
                  <l>being Regent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the parts of France, till <reg orig="terme">term</reg> of 18. months</l>
                  <l>be full <reg orig="expirde">expired</reg>.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Thankes">Thanks</reg> <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg> Winchester, Gloster, Yorke, and Buckingham, Somerset, Salsbury and Warwicke.</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this great <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg> done,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> entertainment <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my Princely <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Come let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>, and with all speed <reg orig="prouide">provide</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> Coronation be <reg orig="performde">performed</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet King, Queene, and Suffolke, and Duke
                  Humphrey staies all the rest.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Braue">Brave</reg> <reg orig="Peeres">Peers</reg> of England, Pillars of the state,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> you Duke Humphrey must <reg orig="vnfold">unfold</reg> his <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>,</l>
                  <l>What did my brother Henry <reg orig="toyle">toil</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And waste his <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="conquere">conquer</reg> France?</l>
                  <l>And did my brother Bedford spend his time</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> awe <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> stout <reg orig="vnruly">unruly</reg> <reg orig="Realme">Realm</reg>?</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="haue">have</reg> not I and mine <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg> Bewford here,</l>
                  <l>Done all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> could <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> land <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace?</l>
                  <l>And is all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> labours then spent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="vaine">vain</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Suffolke he, the new made Duke <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> rules the roast,</l>
                  <l>Hath <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> away <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> King Henries <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="Dutches">Duchess</reg> of Anioy and Mayne <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> father.</l>
                  <l>Ah Lords, <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> is this marriage <reg orig="canselling">cancelling</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> states,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Reuersing">Reversing</reg> Monuments of conquered France,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vndoing">Undoing</reg> all, as none had <reg orig="nere">never</reg> <reg orig="bene">been</reg> done.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l>Why how now <reg orig="cosin">cousin</reg> Gloster, what needs this?</l>
                  <l>As if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> King were bound <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg>,</l>
                  <l>And might not do his <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> without your <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Proud Protector, <reg orig="enuy">envy</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thine eyes I see,</l>
                  <l>The big <reg orig="swolne">swollen</reg> <reg orig="venome">venom</reg> of thy <reg orig="hatefull">hateful</reg> heart,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> dares presume <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> thy <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg> likes.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphr.</speaker>
                  <l>Nay my Lord <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> not my words <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> troubles you,</l>
                  <l>But my presence, proud Prelate as thou art:</l>
                  <l>But <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> begone, and <reg orig="giue">give</reg> thee <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Farewell my Lords, and say when I am gone,</l>
                  <l>I prophesied France would be lost ere long.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Duke Humphrey.</stage>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l>There goes <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> Protector <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a rage,</l>
                  <l>My Lords you know he is my great enemy,</l>
                  <l>And though he be Protector of the land,</l>
                  <l>And thereby <reg orig="couers">covers</reg> his <reg orig="deceitfull">deceitful</reg> thoughts,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> well you see, if he but <reg orig="walke">walk</reg> the streets,</l>
                  <l>The common people <reg orig="swarme">swarm</reg> about him straight,</l>
                  <l>Crying Iesus <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> your <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> <reg orig="exellence">excellence</reg>,</l>
                  <l>With God <reg orig="preserue">preserve</reg> the good Duke Humphrey.</l>
                  <l>And many things besides <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> are not <reg orig="knowne">known</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> time <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> bring <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> light <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> smooth Duke Humphrey.</l>
                  <l>But I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> after him, and if I can</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="laie">lay</reg> a plot <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="heaue">heave</reg> him from his <reg orig="seate">seat</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Cardinall.</stage>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buck.</speaker>
                  <l>But let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> watch this <reg orig="haughtie">haughty</reg> <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Cosen">Cousin</reg> of Somerset be <reg orig="rulde">ruled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> me,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> watch Duke Humphrey and the <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg> too,</l>
                  <l>And put them from the <reg orig="marke">mark</reg> they <reg orig="faine">fain</reg> would hit.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somerset.</speaker>
                  <l>Thanks <reg orig="cosin">cousin</reg> Buckingham, <reg orig="ioyne">join</reg> thou with me,</l>
                  <l>And both of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> with the Duke of Suffolke,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> quickly <reg orig="heaue">heave</reg> Duke Humphrey from his <reg orig="seate">seat</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buck.</speaker>
                  <l>Content, Come then let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> about it straight,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> either thou or I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be Protector.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Buckingham and Somerset.</stage>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Salsb.</speaker>
                  <l>Pride went before, Ambition follows after.</l>
                  <l>Whilst these do <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> their <reg orig="owne">own</reg> preferments thus,</l>
                  <l>My Lords let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> Countries good,</l>
                  <l>Oft <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I <reg orig="seene">seen</reg> this <reg orig="haughtie">haughty</reg> <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sweare">Swear</reg>, and <reg orig="forsweare">forswear</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>, and <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> it out,</l>
                  <l>More <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="Ruffin">Ruffian</reg> <reg orig="then">than</reg> a man of Church.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Cosin">Cousin</reg> Yorke, the victories thou hast <reg orig="wonne">won</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> Ireland, Normandie, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France,</l>
                  <l>Hath <reg orig="wonne">won</reg> thee <reg orig="immortall">immortal</reg> praise <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England.</l>
                  <l>And thou <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> Warwicke, my thrice valiant <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Thy simple <reg orig="plainnesse">plainness</reg> and thy house-keeping,</l>
                  <l>Hath <reg orig="wonne">won</reg> thee credit amongst the common sort,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="reuerence">reverence</reg> of mine age, and Neuels name,</l>
                  <l>Is of <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="litle">little</reg> force if I command,</l>
                  <l>Then let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="ioyne">join</reg> all three <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> one <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> good Duke Humphrey may his state <reg orig="possesse">possess</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But wherefore <reg orig="weepes">weeps</reg> Warwicke my noble <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>Warw.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> all is lost <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Warwick won.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sonnes">Sons</reg>. Anioy and Maine, both <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> away at once,</l>
                  <l>Why Warwick did win them, and must <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> then <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="wonne">won</reg></l>
                  <l>with <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> swords, be <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> away with <reg orig="wordes">words</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <p>As I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> read, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Kinges">Kings</reg> of England were <reg orig="woont">wont</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg><lb/>
                     <reg orig="haue">have</reg> large dowries with their <reg orig="wiues">wives</reg>, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> King Henry<lb/>
                     <reg orig="giues">gives</reg> away his <reg orig="owne">own</reg>.</p> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Sals.</speaker>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> away and <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the maine. </l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>Warw.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnto">Unto</reg> the Maine, <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> father Maine is lost,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> Warwicke <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> maine force did win from France,</l>
                  <l>Maine chance father you meant, but I meant Maine,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> win from France, or else be <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Salsbury and Warwicke.</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Anioy and Maine, both <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the French,</l>
                  <l>Cold <reg orig="newes">news</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I had hope of France,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> as I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> of <reg orig="fertill">fertile</reg> England.</l>
                  <l>A day <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> come when Yorke shall <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> his <reg orig="owne">own</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And therefore I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> take the Neuels parts,</l>
                  <l>And make a show of <reg orig="loue">love</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> proud Duke Humphrey:</l>
                  <l>And when I <reg orig="spie">spy</reg> <reg orig="aduantage">advantage</reg>, <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> the golden <reg orig="marke">mark</reg> I <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hit:</l>
                  <l>Nor shall proud Lancaster <reg orig="vsurpe">usurp</reg> my right,</l>
                  <l>Nor hold the <reg orig="scepter">sceptre</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his childish fist,</l>
                  <l>Nor <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> the <reg orig="Diademe">Diadem</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> his head,</l>
                  <l>Whose church-like humours fits not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>:</l>
                  <l>Then Yorke be still a while till time do <reg orig="serue">serve</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Watch thou, and wake when others be <reg orig="asleepe">asleep</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="prie">pry</reg> into the secrets of the state,</l>
                  <l>Till Henry surfeiting <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="ioyes">joys</reg> of <reg orig="loue">love</reg>,</l>
                  <l>With his new bride, and Englands dear bought <reg orig="queene">queen</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And Humphrey with the <reg orig="Peeres">Peers</reg> be <reg orig="falne">fallen</reg> at <reg orig="iarres">jars</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I raise aloft the <reg orig="milke-white">milk-white</reg> Rose,</l>
                  <l>With whose <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> smell the <reg orig="aire">air</reg> shall be <reg orig="perfumde">perfumed</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my Standard <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> the <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg> of Yorke,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="graffle">grapple</reg> with the House of Lancaster:</l>
                  <l>And force perforce, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make him <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Whose bookish rule hath <reg orig="puld">pulled</reg> <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> England <reg orig="downe">down</reg>.</l>  
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Yorke.</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="2" type="scene">
               
               <stage>Enter Duke Humphrey, and Dame Ellanor,
                  Cobham his wife
               </stage>   
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Why <reg orig="droopes">droops</reg> my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> ripened <reg orig="corne">corn</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Hanging the head at Cearies <reg orig="plentious">plenteous</reg> <reg orig="loade">load</reg>,</l>
                  <l>What seest thou Duke Humphrey King Henries <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>?</l>
                  <l>Reach at it, and if thine <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> be too short,</l>
                  <l>Mine shall lengthen it. Art not thou a Prince,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnckle">Uncle</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King, and his Protector?</l>
                  <l>Then what shouldst thou <reg orig="lacke">lack</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> might content thy <reg orig="minde">mind</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>My <reg orig="louely">lovely</reg> Nell, far be it from my heart,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> of Treasons <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> my <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> Lord,</l>
                  <l>But I was troubled with a <reg orig="dreame">dream</reg> <reg orig="to night">tonight</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And God I pray, it do betide <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> ill.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>What <reg orig="drempt">dreamt</reg> my Lord. Good Humphrey tell it me,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> interpret it, and when <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> done,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> tell thee then, what I did <reg orig="dreame">dream</reg> <reg orig="to night">tonight</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>This night when I was laid <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> bed, I <reg orig="dreampt">dreamt</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg></l>
                  <l>This my <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg> mine Office badge <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Court,</l>
                  <l>Was broke <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> two, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the ends were <reg orig="plac'd">placed</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The heads of the <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg> of Winchester,</l>
                  <l>And William de la Poule first Duke of Suffolke.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Tush my Lord, this signifies nought but this,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="breakes">breaks</reg> a <reg orig="sticke">stick</reg> of Glosters <reg orig="groue">grove</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="th'offence">the offence</reg>, make forfeit of his head.</l>
                  <l>But now my Lord, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> tell you what I <reg orig="dreampt">dreamt</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Me thought">Methought</reg> I was <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="Cathedrall">Cathedral</reg> Church</l>
                  <l>At Westminster, and seated <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg></l>
                  <l>Where Kings and <reg orig="Queenes">Queens</reg> are <reg orig="crownde">crowned</reg>, and at my <reg orig="feete">feet</reg></l>
                  <l>Henry and Margaret with a <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> of gold</l>
                  <l>Stood <reg orig="readie">ready</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> set it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my Princely head.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Fie Nell. Ambitious woman as thou art,</l>
                  <l>Art thou not second woman <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this land,</l>
                  <l>And the Protectors wife <reg orig="belou'd">beloved</reg> of him,</l>
                  <l>And wilt thou still be hammering treason thus,</l>
                  <l>Away I say, and let me <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>How now my Lord. What angry with your Nell,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> telling but <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="dreame">dream</reg>. The next I <reg orig="haue">have</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>, and not be rated thus.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Nay Nell, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> credit <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> a <reg orig="dreame">dream</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But I would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> such things.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enters a Messenger.</stage>
               <sp who="L"><speaker>Messenger.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="And">If</reg> it please your grace, the King and <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <lb/>
                    <reg orig="to morrow">tomorrow</reg> morning <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> ride <reg orig="a hawking">a-hawking</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Saint Albones,<lb/>
                     and <reg orig="craues">craves</reg> your company along with them.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>With all my heart, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> attend his grace:</l>
                  <l>Come Nell, thou wilt go with <reg orig="vs vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> I am sure.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Humphrey.</stage>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> come after you, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I cannot go before,</l>
                  <l>But ere it be long, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> go before them all,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Despight">Despite</reg> of all <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="crosse">cross</reg> me thus,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> is within there?</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter sir Iohn Hum.</stage>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>What sir Iohn Hum, what <reg orig="newes">news</reg> with you?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
                  <l>Iesus <reg orig="preserue">preserve</reg> your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>My <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>. Why man I am but grace.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Ser Iohn.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the grace of God and Hums <reg orig="aduise">advise</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Your graces state shall be <reg orig="aduanst">advanced</reg> ere long.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <p>What hast thou <reg orig="conferd">conferred</reg> with Margery Iordaine, the<lb/>
                  cunning Witch of Ely, with Roger Bullingbrooke and the<lb/>
                  rest, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> they <reg orig="vndertake">undertake</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do me good?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
                  <p>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg>, and they <reg orig="haue">have</reg> promised me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> raise<lb/>
                  a <reg orig="Spirite">Spirit</reg> from depth of <reg orig="vnder">under</reg> <reg orig="grounde">ground</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> shall tell your<lb/>
                  grace all questions you <reg orig="demaund">demand</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Thanks good sir Iohn. Some two <reg orig="daies">days</reg> hence I <reg orig="gesse">guess</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg> fit <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> time, then see <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> they be here:</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> now the King is <reg orig="ryding">riding</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Saint Albones,</l>
                  <l>And all the Dukes and <reg orig="Earles">Earls</reg> along with him,</l>
                  <l>When they be gone, then safely they may come,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the backside of my Orchard <reg orig="heere">here</reg>,</l>
                  <l>There cast their <reg orig="Spelles">Spells</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> silence of the night,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <reg orig="resolue">resolve</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> of the thing <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> wish,</l>
                  <l>Till when, <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my sake, And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <reg orig="farwell">farewell</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Elnor.</stage>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
                  <l>Now sir Iohn Hum, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> words but mum.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Seale">Seal</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> your lips, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> you must silent be,</l>
                  <l>These gifts ere long <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> make me <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> rich,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="Duches">Duchess</reg> she thinks now <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> all is well,</l>
                  <l>But I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> gold comes from another place,</l>
                  <l>From one <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="hyred">hired</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> set <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> plot these Treasons <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> the King and <reg orig="Peeres">Peers</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is the <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> Duke of Suffolke.</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> he it is, but I must not say <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> must <reg orig="worke">work</reg> the <reg orig="Duches">Duchess</reg> fall,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> now by <reg orig="Cuniurations">Conjurations</reg> <reg orig="thinkes">thinks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rise.</l>
                  <l>But whist sir Iohn, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> I trow,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> you lose your head before you <reg orig="goe">go</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet.</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="3" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter two Petitioners, and Peter the
                  Armourers man.
               </stage>
               <sp who="N"><speaker>1. Peti.</speaker>
                  <l>Come sirs let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> linger here abouts <reg orig="a while">awhile</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> my Lord Protector come this way,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> may show his grace <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="seuerall">several</reg> causes.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="O"><speaker>2. Peti.</speaker>
                  <l>I pray God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> the good Duke Humphries life,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him a many were <reg orig="vndone">undone</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> cannot get <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> succour <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Court,</l>
                  <l>But see where he comes with the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter the Duke of Suffolke with the Queene, and they
                  take him for Duke Humphrey, and giues
                  him their writings. 
               </stage>
               <sp who="N"><speaker>1. Peti.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are <reg orig="vndone">undone</reg>, this is the Duke of Suffolke.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Now <reg orig="good-fellowes">good-fellows</reg>, whom would you speak <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>? </l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="O"><speaker>2. Peti.</speaker>
                  <l>If it please your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>, with my Lord Protectors</l>
                  <l>Grace.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Are your <reg orig="sutes">suits</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his grace. Let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> see them first,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> them my Lord of Suffolke.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>A complaint against the Cardinals man,</l>
                  <l>What hath he done?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="O"><speaker>2. Peti.</speaker>
                  <l>Marry my Lord, he hath stole away my wife,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="th'are">they are</reg> gone <reg orig="togither">together</reg>, and I know not where <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="finde">find</reg> them.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Hath he stole thy wife, <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> some <reg orig="iniury">injury</reg> indeed.</l>
                  <l>But what say you?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter Thump.</speaker>
                  <p>Marry sir I come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="tel">tell</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> my <reg orig="maister">master</reg> said,<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the Duke of Yorke was true <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, and<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the King was an <reg orig="vsurer">usurer</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>An <reg orig="vsurper">usurper</reg> thou wouldst say.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> forsooth an <reg orig="vsurper">usurper</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Didst thou say the King was an <reg orig="vsurper">usurper</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter Thump.</speaker>
                  <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> forsooth, I <reg orig="saide">said</reg> my <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="saide">said</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, <reg orig="th'other">the other</reg> day<lb/>
                     when <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> were <reg orig="scowring">scouring</reg> the Duke of Yorks Armour <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg><lb/>
                     garret.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> marry this is something <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">like</seg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Whose"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> is</reg> within there?</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter one or two.</stage>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg> take <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> this fellow and <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> him close,</l>
                  <l>And send out a <reg orig="Purseuant">Pursuivant</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his <reg orig="maister">master</reg> straight,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="here">hear</reg> more of this before the King.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet with the Armourers man.</stage>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Now sir what yours? Let me see it,</l>
                  <l>Whats here?</l>
                  <l>A complaint against the Duke of Suffolke <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> enclosing the commons of long Melford.</l>
                  <l>How now sir <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="N"><speaker>1. Peti.</speaker>
                  <l>I beseech your grace <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> pardon me, me, I am but a</l>
                  <l>Messenger <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the whole town-ship.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>He teares the papers.</stage>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> now show your petitions <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Duke Humphrey.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Villaines">Villains</reg> get you gone and come not <reg orig="neare">near</reg> the Court,</l>
                  <l>Dare these <reg orig="pesants">peasants</reg> write against me thus.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Petitioners.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord of Suffolke, you may see <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this,</l>
                  <l>The Commons <reg orig="loues">loves</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="haughtie">haughty</reg> Duke,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="seekes">seeks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him more <reg orig="then">than</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> King Henry:</l>
                  <l>Whose eyes are <reg orig="alwaies">always</reg> poring <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his <reg orig="booke">book</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="nere">never</reg> regards the honour of his name,</l>
                  <l>But still must be protected <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="childe">child</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="gouerned">governed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> ambitious Duke,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="scarse">scarce</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="moue">move</reg> his cap nor <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>And his proud wife, high minded Elanor,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> ruffles it with such a troupe of Ladies,</l>
                  <l>As strangers <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Court takes <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>.</l>
                  <l>The other day she <reg orig="vanted">vaunted</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="maides">maids</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> the very <reg orig="traine">train</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> worst <reg orig="gowne">gown</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Was worth more wealth <reg orig="then">than</reg> all my fathers lands,</l>
                  <l>Can any <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg> of <reg orig="minde">mind</reg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this.</l>
                  <l>I tell thee Poull, when thou didst <reg orig="runne">run</reg> at Tilt,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="stolst">stolest</reg> away <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Ladaies">Ladies</reg> hearts <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France,</l>
                  <l>I thought King Henry had <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee,</l>
                  <l>Or else thou hadst not brought me out of France.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> content <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> a <reg orig="litle">little</reg> while,</l>
                  <l>As I was cause of your <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> England,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England <reg orig="worke">work</reg> your full content:</l>
                  <l>And as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> proud Duke Humphrey and his wife,</l>
                  <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> set lime-twigs <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="intangle">entangle</reg> them,</l>
                  <l>As <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> your grace ere long shall <reg orig="vnderstand">understand</reg>.</l>
                  <l>But <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg>, here comes the King.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter King Henry, and the Duke of Yorke and the Duke of Somerset
                  on both sides of the King, whispering with him, and enter
                  Duke Humphrey, Dame Elnor, the Duke of Buckingham,
                  the Earle of Salsbury, the Earle of Warwicke, and the Cardinall
                  of Winchester
               </stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lords I care not <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> be Regent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France, or York,</l>
                  <l>or Somerset, <reg orig="alls">all is</reg> <reg orig="wonne">one</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, if Yorke <reg orig="haue">have</reg> ill <reg orig="demeande">demeaned</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Let Somerset <reg orig="enioy">enjoy</reg> his place and go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somerset.</speaker>
                  <l>Then whom your grace <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg>, let him go,</l>
                  <l>And there be made the Regent <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> the French</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>Warwicke.</speaker>
                  <l>Whom <reg orig="soeuer">soever</reg> you account <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Yorke is the worthiest</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Cardinall.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Pease">Peace</reg> Warwicke.  <reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> thy betters <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>The <reg orig="Cardinals">Cardinal is</reg> not my better <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>All <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this place are thy betters <reg orig="farre">far</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>And Warwicke may <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be the best of all</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> mine opinion, it were best <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Somerset</l>
                  <l>were Regent <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> France</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> <reg orig="onr"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg></reg> King is old <reg orig="inough">enough</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> his <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> without your consent</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>If he be old <reg orig="inough">enough</reg>, what needs your grace</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be Protector <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> I am but Protector <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> the land,</l>
                  <l>And when it please his grace, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="resigne">resign</reg> my charge</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Resigne">Resign</reg> it then, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> since <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thou wast King,</l>
                  <l>As <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is King but thee.  The common state</l>
                  <l>Doth as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> see, all wholly go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="wracke">wrack</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And Millions of treasure hath <reg orig="bene">been</reg> spent,</l>
                  <l>And as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the Regentship of France,</l>
                  <l>I say Somerset is more <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg> <reg orig="then">than</reg> Yorke</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> tell thee Suffolke why I am not <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Because I cannot flatter as thou canst</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>And yet the <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg> deeds <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> York hath done,</l>
                  <l>Should make him <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be honoured here</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Peace headstrong Warwicke</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Image of pride, wherefore should I peace?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Because here is a man <reg orig="accusde">accused</reg> of Treason,</l>
                  <l>Pray God the Duke of Yorke do <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg></l>
                  <l>Ho, bring hither the Armourer and his man</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter the Armourer and his man.</stage>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>If it please your grace, this fellow here, hath accused his <reg orig="maister">master</reg> of</l>
                  <l>high Treason, And his words were these.</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> the Duke of Yorke was <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, and</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> your grace was an <reg orig="vsurper">usurper</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>I beseech your grace let him <reg orig="haue">have</reg> what punishment the</l>
                  <l>the law <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> afford, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his <reg orig="villany">villainy</reg>. </l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="hether">hither</reg> fellow, didst thou <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> these words? </l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Q"><speaker>Armour.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Ant">If it</reg> shall please your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>, I <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> said any such<lb/>
                     matter, God is my <reg orig="witnesse">witness</reg>, I am <reg orig="falsly">falsely</reg> accused <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this villain here.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> matter <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, you did say <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>I beseech your grace, let him <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the law.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Q"><speaker>Armour.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> my Lord, hang me if <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> I spake the words,<lb/>
                     my accuser is my <reg orig="prentise">prentice</reg>, and when I did correct him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his<lb/>
                     fault the other day, he did vow <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> his knees <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he would<lb/>
                     be <reg orig="euen">even</reg> with me, I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> good <reg orig="witnesse">witness</reg> of this, and therefore<lb/>
                     I beseech your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg> do not cast away an honest man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg><lb/>
                     a <reg orig="villaines">villains</reg> accusation.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnckle">Uncle</reg> Gloster, what do you <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> of this?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>The law my Lord is this <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> case, it rests <reg orig="suspitious">suspicious</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> a day of combat be appointed,</l>
                  <l>And there <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="trie">try</reg> each others right or wrong,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> shall be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the <reg orig="thirtith">thirtieth</reg> of this month,</l>
                  <l>With <reg orig="Eben">Ebony</reg> <reg orig="staues">staves</reg>, and Standbags <reg orig="combatting">combating</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> Smythfield, before your <reg orig="Royall">Royal</reg> <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Humphrey.</stage>
               <sp who="Q"><speaker>Armour.</speaker>
                  <p>And I accept the Combat willingly. </p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> my Lord, I am not able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>You must either fight <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg> or else be <reg orig="hangde">hanged</reg>:</l>
                  <l>Go take them hence <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> prison.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet with them.
                  The Queene lets fall her gloue, and hits the Duches of
                  Gloster, a boxe on the eare.
               </stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> me my <reg orig="gloue">glove</reg>. Why Minion can you not see?</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>She strikes her.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>I cry you mercy <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg>, I did mistake,</l>
                  <l>I did not <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> it had <reg orig="bene">been</reg> you</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Did you not proud French-woman,</l>
                  <l>Could I come <reg orig="neare">near</reg> your <reg orig="daintie">dainty</reg> <reg orig="vissage">visage</reg> with my <reg orig="nayles">nails</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ide">I would</reg> set my ten commandments <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your face.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Be patient gentle Aunt.</l>
                  <l>It was against <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Against <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg>. Good King <reg orig="sheele">she <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> dandle thee,</l>
                  <l>If thou wilt <reg orig="alwaies">always</reg> thus be <reg orig="rulde">ruled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>.</l>
                  <l>But let it rest. As sure as I do <reg orig="liue">live</reg>,</l>
                  <l>She shall not strike dame Elnor <reg orig="vnreuengde">unrevenged</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Elnor.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Beleeue">Believe</reg> me my <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, thou wart much <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> blame,</l>
                  <l>I would not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a thousand pounds of gold,</l>
                  <l>My noble <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg> had <reg orig="bene">been</reg> here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> place.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Duke Humphrey.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>But see where he comes, I am glad he met <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> not.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnckle">Uncle</reg> Gloster, what <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> makes your grace</l>
                  <l>Concerning <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> Regent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="Realme">Realm</reg> of France,</l>
                  <l>Whom thinks your grace is meetest <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> send.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>My <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord, then this is my <reg orig="resolue">resolve</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> these words the Armourer should <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Doth breed <reg orig="suspition">suspicion</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the part of Yorke,</l>
                  <l>Let Somerset be Regent <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> the French,</l>
                  <l>Till trials made, and Yorke may <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Then be it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> my Lord of Somerset.</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> make your grace Regent <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> the French,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> defend <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> rights <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> <reg orig="forraine">foreign</reg> foes,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> do good <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="Realme">Realm</reg> of France.</l>
                  <l>Make <reg orig="hast">haste</reg> my Lord, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> time <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> you were gone,</l>
                  <l>The time of <reg orig="Truse">Truce</reg> I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> is full <reg orig="expirde">expired</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somerset.</speaker>
                  <l>I humbly <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> your <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And take my <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="poste">post</reg> with speed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Somerset.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg> Gloster, now <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> horse,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Saint Albones presently,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> your <reg orig="Hawke">Hawk</reg> they say, is swift of flight,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="trie">try</reg> how she <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> <reg orig="to day">today</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
                              
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="4" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter Elnor, with sir Iohn Hum, Koger Bullenbrooke a Coniurer,
                  and Margery Iourdaine a Witch.
               </stage>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Here sir Iohn, take this <reg orig="scrole">scroll</reg> of paper here,</l>
                  <l>Wherein is writ the questions you shall <reg orig="aske">ask</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> stand <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> this Tower here,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="here">hear</reg> the spirit what it <reg orig="saies">says</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my questions, write the <reg orig="answeres">answers</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>She goes vp to the Tower.</stage>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
                  <l>Now sirs begin and cast your <reg orig="spels">spells</reg> about,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="charme">charm</reg> the <reg orig="fiendes">fiends</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> obey your <reg orig="wils">wills</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And tell Dame Elnor of the thing she <reg orig="askes">asks</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="R"><speaker>Witch.</speaker>
                  <l>Then Roger Bullinbrooke about thy <reg orig="taske">task</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And frame a <reg orig="Cirkle">Circle</reg> here <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the earth,</l>
                  <l>Whilst I thereon all prostrate <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my face,</l>
                  <l>Do <reg orig="talke">talk</reg> and whisper with the <reg orig="diuels">devils</reg> <reg orig="be low">below</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="coniure">conjure</reg> them <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> obey my <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  She lies downe vpon her face.  
                  Bullenbrooke makes a Cirkle.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="S"><speaker>Bullen.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Darke">Dark</reg> Night, dread Night, the silence of the Night,</l>
                  <l>Wherein the Furies <reg orig="maske">mask</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hellish troupes,</l>
                  <l>Send <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> I charge you from Sosetus lake,</l>
                  <l>The spirit Askalon <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> pierce the bowels of this <reg orig="Centricke">Centric</reg> earth,</l>
                  <l>And hither come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> twinkling of an eye,</l>
                  <l>Askalon, Assenda, Assenda.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  It thunders and lightens, and then the spirit
                  riseth vp.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Spirit.</speaker>
                  <l>Now Bullenbrooke what wouldst thou <reg orig="haue">have</reg> me do?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="S"><speaker>Bullen.</speaker>
                  <l>First of the King, what shall become of him?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Spirit.</speaker>
                  <l>The Duke yet <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Henry shall depose,</l>
                  <l>But him out <reg orig="liue">live</reg>, and <reg orig="dye">die</reg> a violent death.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="S"><speaker>Bullen.</speaker>
                  <l>What fate <reg orig="awayt">await</reg> the Duke of Suffolke.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Spirit.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> water shall he die and take his <reg orig="ende">end</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="S"><speaker>Bullen.</speaker>
                  <l>What shall betide the Duke of Somerset?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="M"><speaker>Spirit.</speaker>
                  <l>Let him shun Castles, safer shall he be <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the <reg orig="sandie">sandy</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="plaines">plains</reg>, <reg orig="then">than</reg> where Castles mounted stand.</l>
                  <l>Now question me <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I must hence <reg orig="againe">again</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>  He sinkes downe againe.</stage>
              
               <sp who="S"><speaker>Bullen.</speaker>
                  <l>Then <reg orig="downe">down</reg> I say, <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the damned poule</l>
                  <l>Where Pluto <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="firie">fiery</reg> Waggon sits.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ryding">Riding</reg> amidst the <reg orig="singde">singed</reg> and parched <reg orig="smoakes">smokes</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The Rode of Dytas <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="Riuer">River</reg> Stykes,</l>
                  <l>There <reg orig="howle">howl</reg> and <reg orig="burne">burn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> those flames,</l>
                  <l>Rise Iordaine rise, and <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> thy charming <reg orig="Spels">Spells</reg>.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sonnes">Sons</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are <reg orig="betraide">betrayed</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter the Duke of Yorke, and the Duke of
                  Buckingham, and others.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Come sirs, <reg orig="laie">lay</reg> hands <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> them, and bind them sure,</l>
                  <l>This time was well <reg orig="watcht">watched</reg>. What <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> are you there?</l>
                  <l>This <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be great credit <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your husband,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> your are plotting Treasons thus with <reg orig="Cuniurers">Conjurers</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The King shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> notice of this thing.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Elnor aboue.</stage>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>See here my Lord what the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> hath writ.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> it me my Lord, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> show it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King.</l>
                  <l>Go sirs, see them fast <reg orig="lockt">locked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> prison.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet with them.</stage>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Bucking.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, I pray you let me go post <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the King,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnto">Unto</reg> S. Albones, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> tell this <reg orig="newes">news</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Content. Away then, about it straight.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buck.</speaker>
                  <l>Farewell my Lord.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Buckingham.</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Whose">Who*H62; is</reg> within there?</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter one.</stage>
               <sp who="V"><speaker>One.</speaker>
                  <p>My Lord.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Sirrha">Sirrah</reg>, go <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> the <reg orig="Earles">Earls</reg> of Salsbury and Warwicke, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg></l>
                  <l>sup with me <reg orig="to night">tonight</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Yorke.</stage>
               <sp who="V"><speaker>One.</speaker>
                  <p>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> my Lord. </p>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet.</stage>
                              
            </div2>   
            
         </div1>
         
         <div1 n="2" type="act">
            
            <div2 n="1" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter the King and Queene" with her Hawke on her fist,
                  and Duke Humphrey and Suffolke, and the Cardinall, as if they came from hawking. 
               </stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, how did your grace <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> this last flight?</l>
                  <l>But as I cast <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> off the <reg orig="winde">wind</reg> did rise,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> ten <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> one, old Ione had not gone out.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>How <reg orig="wonderfull">wonderful</reg> the Lords <reg orig="workes">works</reg> are <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> earth,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> these silly creatures of his hands,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnckle">Uncle</reg> Gloster, how hie your <reg orig="Hawke">Hawk</reg> did sore?</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> a <reg orig="sodaine">sudden</reg> <reg orig="soust">soused</reg> the Partridge <reg orig="downe">down</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> <reg orig="maruell">marvel</reg> if it please your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg></l>
                  <l>My Lord Protectors <reg orig="Hawke">Hawk</reg> done <reg orig="towre">tower</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> well,</l>
                  <l>He <reg orig="knowes">knows</reg> his <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="loues">loves</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be aloft.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Faith my Lord, it is but a base <reg orig="minde">mind</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> can sore <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> higher <reg orig="then">than</reg> a <reg orig="Falkons">Falcon's</reg> pitch.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l>I thought your grace would be <reg orig="aboue">above</reg> the <reg orig="cloudes">clouds</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> my Lord <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg>, were it not good</l>
                  <l>Your grace could <reg orig="fllie">flee</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l>Thy <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> earth, thy words and thoughts beat <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg></l>
                  <l>a <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, <reg orig="proude">proud</reg> Protector dangerous <reg orig="Peere">Peer</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> smooth it thus</l>
                  <l>with King and common-wealth.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>How now my Lord, why this is more <reg orig="then">than</reg> needs,</l>
                  <l>Church-men <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="hote">hot</reg>. Good <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg> can you <reg orig="doate">dote</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Why not <reg orig="Hauing">Having</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> good a <reg orig="quarrell">quarrel</reg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> bad a cause.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>As how, my Lord?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>As you, my Lord. <reg orig="And">If</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> your Lordly</l>
                  <l>Lords Protectorship.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Why Suffolke, England <reg orig="knowes">knows</reg> thy insolence.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>And thy ambition Gloster.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Cease gentle <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, and whet not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> these furious</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Lordes">Lords</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> wrath, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> blessed are the peace-makers <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg></l>
                  <l>earth.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l>Let me be blessed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the peace I make,</l>
                  <l>Against this proud Protector with my sword.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Faith holy <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg>, I would it were come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>,</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Cardinall.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> when thou darest.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <p>Dare. I tell thee Priest, Plantagenets could <reg orig="neuer">never</reg><lb/>
                     brooke the dare.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l>I am Plantagenet as well as thou, and <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Iohn of</l>
                  <l>Gaunt.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="Bastardie">Bastardy</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Cardin.</speaker>
                  <p>I <reg orig="scorne">scorn</reg> thy words.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <p>Make <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> factious numbers, but <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thine own<lb/>
                     person <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> me at the East end of the <reg orig="groue">grove</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Heres">Here is</reg> my hand, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Why how now Lords?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <p>Faith Cousin Gloster, had not your man cast off <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg>,<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> had had more sport <reg orig="to day">today</reg>, Come with thy <reg orig="swoord">sword</reg><lb/>
                     and buckler. </p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <p>Faith Priest, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="shaue">shave</reg> your <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <p>Protector, protect <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> well.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>The wind <reg orig="growes">grows</reg> high, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> doth your <reg orig="chollour">choler</reg> Lords.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter one crying, A miracle, a miracle.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>How now, now <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, what miracle is it?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="V"><speaker>One.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="And">If</reg> it please your grace, there is a man <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> came <reg orig="blinde">blind</reg><lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> S. Albones, and hath <reg orig="receiued">received</reg> his sight at his shrine.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Goe">Go</reg> fetch him hither, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <reg orig="wee"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg></reg> may <reg orig="glorifie">glorify</reg> the Lord</l>
                  <l>with him. </l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter the Maior of Saint Albones and his brethren with
                  Musicke, bearing the man that had bene blind,
                  betweene two in a chaire. 
               </stage>   
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Thou <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> man, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> God <reg orig="eternall">eternal</reg> praise,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> he it is, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> thus hath helped thee</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Where wast thou <reg orig="borne">born</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>At Barwicke sir, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the North</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>At Barwicke, and come thus far <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="helpe">help</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> sir, it was told me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> sweet saint Albones, should <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me my sight <reg orig="againe">again</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>What art thou lame too?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> indeed sir, God <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> me</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>How <reg orig="cam'st">camest</reg> thou lame?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>With falling off on a plum-tree</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Wart thou blind and wold clime plumtrees?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Neuer">Never</reg> but once sir <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all my life,</l>
                  <l>My wife did long <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> plums</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>But tell me, wart thou <reg orig="borne">born</reg> <reg orig="blinde">blind</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> truly sir</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Y"><speaker>Woman.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> indeed sir, he was <reg orig="borne">born</reg> <reg orig="blinde">blind</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>What art thou his mother?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Y"><speaker>Woman.</speaker>
                  <l>His wife sir</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Hadst thou <reg orig="bene">been</reg> his mother,</l>
                  <l>Thou couldst <reg orig="haue">have</reg> better told</l>
                  <l>Why let me see, I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> thou canst not see yet</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>Yes truly <reg orig="maister">master</reg>, as <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> as day</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Saist">Sayst</reg> thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>Why red <reg orig="maister">master</reg>, as red as blood</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>And his <reg orig="cloake">cloak</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>Why <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> <reg orig="greene">green</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>And what <reg orig="colours">colour is</reg> his hose?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>Yellow <reg orig="maister">master</reg>, yellow as gold</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>And what <reg orig="colours">colour is</reg> my <reg orig="gowne">gown</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Blacke">Black</reg> sir, as <reg orig="blacke">black</reg> as <reg orig="Ieat">Jet</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Then belike he <reg orig="knowes">knows</reg> what colour <reg orig="Ieat">Jet</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>And yet I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <reg orig="Ieat">Jet</reg> did he <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> see</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>But <reg orig="cloakes">cloaks</reg> and <reg orig="gownes">gowns</reg> ere this day many a</l>
                  <l>But tell me <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, <reg orig="whats">what is</reg> my name? one</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> <reg orig="maister">master</reg> I know not</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Whats">What is</reg> his name?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>I know not</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Nor his?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> truly sir</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker> 
                  <l>Nor his name?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker> 
                  <l>No indeed <reg orig="maister">master</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker> 
                  <l><reg orig="Whats">What is</reg> thine <reg orig="owne">own</reg> name?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>Sander, <reg orig="and">if</reg> it please you <reg orig="maister">master</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Then Sander sit there, the lyingest <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Christendom. If thou hadst <reg orig="bene">been</reg> born blind, thou mightest as well <reg orig="haue">have</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="knowne">known</reg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> names, as thus <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> name the <reg orig="seuerall">several</reg> colours <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="doo">do</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="weare">wear</reg>. Sight may distinguish of colours, but <reg orig="sodeinly">suddenly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> nominate</l>
                  <l>them all, it is impossible. My Lords, saint Albones here hath done a</l>
                  <l>Miracle, and would you not <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> his cunning <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be great, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg></l>
                  <l>could restore this Cripple <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his legs <reg orig="againe">again</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="maister">master</reg> I would you could</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>My <reg orig="Maisters">Masters</reg> of saint Albones,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> you not Beadles <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your <reg orig="Towne">Town</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And things called <reg orig="whippes">whips</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Z"><speaker>Mayor.</speaker>
                  <l>Yes my Lord, if it please your grace</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Then send <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> one presently</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Z"><speaker>Mayor.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Sirrha">Sirrah</reg>, go fetch the Beadle hither straight</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet one.</stage>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Now fetch me a <reg orig="stoole">stool</reg> hither <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">by</seg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">by</seg>.</l>
                  <l>Now <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, If you <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="saue">save</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> from whipping,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Leape">Leap</reg> me <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> this <reg orig="stoole">stool</reg> and <reg orig="runne">run</reg> away.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Beadle</stage>
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> <reg orig="maister">master</reg> I am not able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stand alone,</l>
                  <l>You go about <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> torture me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="vaine">vain</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Well sir, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> must <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you <reg orig="finde">find</reg> your <reg orig="legges">legs</reg>.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sirrha">Sirrah</reg> Beadle, whip him till he <reg orig="leape">leap</reg> <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> same <reg orig="stoole">stool</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AA"><speaker>Beadle.</speaker>
                  <l>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> my Lord, come on <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, off with your doublet</l>
                  <l>quickly.</l>
               </sp>   
               <sp who="W"><speaker>Poore man.</speaker>
                  <l>Alas <reg orig="maister">master</reg> what shall I do, I am not able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stand.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  After the Beadle hath hit him one girke, he leapes ouer
                  the stoole and runnes away, and they run after him,
                  crying, A miracle, a miracle.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Hump.</speaker>
                  <l>A miracle, a miracle, let him be taken <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, and <reg orig="whipt">whipped</reg></l>
                  <l>through <reg orig="euery">every</reg> Market <reg orig="Towne">Town</reg> <reg orig="til">till</reg> he comes at Barwicke where he</l>
                  <l>was <reg orig="borne">born</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Z"><speaker>Mayor.</speaker>
                  <l>It shall be done my Lord.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Mayor.</stage>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord Protector hath done wonders <reg orig="to day">today</reg>,</l>
                  <l>He hath made the <reg orig="blinde">blind</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> see, and halt <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> go.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> but you did greater wonders, when you made whole</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Dukedomes">Dukedoms</reg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a day.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Witnesse">Witness</reg> France.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> done I say, and let me <reg orig="here">hear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter the Duke of Buckingham.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>What <reg orig="newes">news</reg> brings Duke Humprey of Buckingham?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buck.</speaker>
                  <l>Ill <reg orig="newes">news</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> some my Lord, and this it is,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> proud dame Elnor <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> Protectors wife,</l>
                  <l>Hath plotted Treasons <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> the King and <reg orig="Peeres">Peers</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> <reg orig="wichcrafts">witchcrafts</reg>, sorceries, and <reg orig="cuniurings">conjuring</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> such <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> did raise a spirit <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> tell <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> what hap should betide the state,</l>
                  <l>But ere they had <reg orig="finisht">finished</reg> their <reg orig="diuellish">devilish</reg> drift,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> Yorke and <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> they were all <reg orig="surprisde">surprised</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> the <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> the <reg orig="diuel">devil</reg> did make <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> them.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>First of the King, what shall become of him?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Reads.</speaker>
                  <l>The Duke yet <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Henry <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> depose,</l>
                  <l>Yet him out <reg orig="liue">live</reg>, and die a violent death.</l>
                  <l>Gods <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> be done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all.</l>
                  <l>What fate awaits the Duke of Suffolke?</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> water shall he die and take his end.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> water must the Duke of Suffolke die?</l>
                  <l>It must be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, or else the <reg orig="diuel">devil</reg> doth lie.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Let Somerset shun Castles,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> safer shall he be <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the <reg orig="sandie">sandy</reg> <reg orig="plaines">plains</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Then">Than</reg> where Castles mounted stand.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Heres">Here is</reg> good <reg orig="stuffe">stuff</reg>, how now my Lord Protector</l>
                  <l>This <reg orig="newes">news</reg> I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> hath <reg orig="turnde">turned</reg> your weapons point,</l>
                  <l>I am in doubt <reg orig="youle">you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="scarsly">scarcely</reg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> your promise.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Forbeare">Forbear</reg> ambitious Prelate <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vrge">urge</reg> my <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And pardon me my <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> here I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I am <reg orig="guiltlesse">guiltless</reg> of these <reg orig="hainous">heinous</reg> crimes</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> my ambitious wife hath <reg orig="falsly">falsely</reg> done,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> she would <reg orig="betraie">betray</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> Lord,</l>
                  <l>I here renounce <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> from my bed and <reg orig="boord">board</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> open <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the law <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="iudge">judge</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnlesse">Unless</reg> she <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> <reg orig="her selfe">herself</reg> of this <reg orig="foule">foul</reg> deed.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Come my Lords this night <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> lodge in S. Albones,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="to morrow">tomorrow</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> ride <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="trie">try</reg> the <reg orig="vtmost">utmost</reg> of these Treasons forth,</l>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg> Gloster along with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>My mind doth tell me thou art innocent.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
                              
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="2" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter the Duke of Yorke, and the Earles of
                  Salsbury and Warwicke.
               </stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lords <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> simple supper ended, thus,</l>
                  <l>Let me <reg orig="reueale">reveal</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your honours here,</l>
                  <l>The right and title of the house of Yorke,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> Englands <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="liniall">lineal</reg> <reg orig="desent">descent</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Then Yorke begin, and if thy <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> be good,</l>
                  <l>The Neuils are thy <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> command.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Then thus my Lords.</l>
                  <l>Edward the third had <reg orig="seuen">seven</reg> <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The first was Edward the <reg orig="blacke">black</reg> Prince,</l>
                  <l>Prince of Wales.</l>
                  <l>The second was Edmund of Langly,</l>
                  <l>Duke of Yorke.</l>
                  <l>The third was Lyonell Duke of Clarence.</l>
                  <l>The fourth was Iohn of Gaunt,</l>
                  <l>The Duke of Lancaster.</l>
                  <l>The fifth was Roger Mortemor, Earle of March.</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="sixt">sixth</reg> was sir Thomas of Woodstocke.</l>
                  <l>William of Winsore was the <reg orig="seuenth">seventh</reg> and last.</l>
                  <l>Now, Edward the <reg orig="blacke">black</reg> Prince he died before his father, and left</l>
                  <l><reg orig="behinde">behind</reg> him Richard, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> afterwards was King, <reg orig="Crownde">Crowned</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg></l>
                  <l>the name of Richard the second, and he died without an <reg orig="heire">heir</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Edmund of Langly Duke of Yorke died, and left behind him two</l>
                  <l>daughters, Anne and Elinor.</l>
                  <l>Lyonell Duke of Clarence died, and left <reg orig="behinde">behind</reg> Alice, Anne,</l>
                  <l>and Elinor, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> was after married <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my father, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> I</l>
                  <l><reg orig="claime">claim</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, as the true <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Lyonell Duke</l>
                  <l>of Clarence, the third <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Edward the third. Now sir. <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> the</l>
                  <l>time of Richards <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg>, Henry of Bullingbrooke, <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> and <reg orig="heire">heir</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Iohn of Gaunt, the Duke of Lancaster fourth <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Edward</l>
                  <l>the third, he <reg orig="claimde">claimed</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, <reg orig="deposde">deposed</reg> the <reg orig="Merthfull">Mirthful</reg> King, and</l>
                  <l>as both you know, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Pomphret Castle <reg orig="harmelesse">harmless</reg> Richard was</l>
                  <l>shamefully murthered, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Richards death came the house of</l>
                  <l>Lancaster <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Sals.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Sauing">Saving</reg> your tale my Lord, as I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> heard, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg></l>
                  <l>of Bullenbrooke, the Duke of Yorke did <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, and</l>
                  <l>but for Owin Glendor, had <reg orig="bene">been</reg> King.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>True. But <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> it fortuned then, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> monstrous rebel Glendor, the noble Duke of York was done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death,</l>
                  <l>and <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> since the <reg orig="heires">heirs</reg> of Iohn of Gaunt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> possessed the</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>. But if the issue of the elder should <reg orig="sucseed">succeed</reg> before the issue of the <reg orig="yonger">younger</reg>, then am I <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="kingdome">kingdom</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>Warwicke.</speaker>
                  <l>What <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg> proceedings can be more <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg>, <reg orig="hee">he</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="claimes">claims</reg> it from Lyonel Duke of Clarence, the third <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Edward the third, and Henry from Iohn of Gaunt the fourth <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>.</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> till Lyonels issue <reg orig="failes">fails</reg>, his should not <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg>. It <reg orig="failes">fails</reg> not</l>
                  <l>yet, but <reg orig="florisheth">flourisheth</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thee and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy sons, <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> slips of such a stock.</l>
                  <l>Then noble father, <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> both <reg orig="togither">together</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this <reg orig="priuate">private</reg></l>
                  <l>place, be <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> the first <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> him with birthright <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Crown.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AB"><speaker>Both.</speaker>
                  <l>Long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> Richard Englands <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you both. But Lords I am not your King <reg orig="vntil">until</reg></l>
                  <l>this sword be sheathed <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="hart">heart</reg> blood of the house of Lancaster.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>Warwicke.</speaker>
                  <l>Then Yorke <reg orig="aduise">advise</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> and take thy time,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Claime">Claim</reg> thou the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, and set thy standard <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the same <reg orig="aduance">advance</reg> the <reg orig="milke-white">milk-white</reg> Rose,</l>
                  <l>And then <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="gard">guard</reg> it, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I rouse the <reg orig="Beare">Bear</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Inuiron'd">Environed</reg> with ten thousand <reg orig="Ragged-staues">Ragged-staves</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="aide">aid</reg> and <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> win thy right,</l>
                  <l>Maugre the proudest Lord of Henries blood,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> dares deny the right and <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> of Yorke,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> why my <reg orig="minde">mind</reg> presageth I shall <reg orig="liue">live</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see the noble Duke of Yorke <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be a King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Thanks noble Warwicke, and Yorke doth hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> see,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Warwicke <reg orig="liue">live</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be the greatest man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England,</l>
                  <l>but the King. Come <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="goe">go</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
                             
            </div2>   
            
            <div2 n="3" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter King Henry, and the Queene, Duke Humphrey, the Duke of
                  Suffolke, and the Duke of Buckingham, the Cardinall, and Dame
                  Elnor Cobham, led with the Officers, and then enter to them the
                  Duke of Yorke, and the Earles of Salsbury and Warwicke.
               </stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <p>Stand <reg orig="foorth">forth</reg> Dame Elnor Cobham <reg orig="Duches">Duchess</reg> of Gloster,<lb/>
                     and <reg orig="here">hear</reg> the sentence pronounced against thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> these Treasons,<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> thou hast committed <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> States and <reg orig="Peeres">Peers</reg>.<lb/>
                     First <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy <reg orig="hainous">heinous</reg> crimes, thou shalt two <reg orig="daies">days</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> London do<lb/>
                     penance <reg orig="barefoote">barefoot</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="streetes">streets</reg>, with a white <reg orig="sheete">sheet</reg> about thy<lb/>
                     <reg orig="bodie">body</reg>, and a <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg> Taper burning <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy hand. <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> done, thou<lb/>
                     shalt be banished <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> into the <reg orig="Ile">Isle</reg> of Man, there <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="ende">end</reg> thy<lb/>
                     wretched <reg orig="daies">days</reg>, and this is <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> sentence <reg orig="erreuocable">irrevocable</reg>. Away with<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my death, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="liued">lived</reg> too long.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet some with Elnor.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Greeue">Grieve</reg> not noble <reg orig="vnckle">uncle</reg>, but be thou glad,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> these Treasons thus are come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> light,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Least">Lest</reg> God had <reg orig="pourde">poured</reg> his vengeance <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy head,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> offences <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> thou <reg orig="heldst">heldest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="deare">dear</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Henry, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> awhile,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> your grace, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> depart away,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="sorrowes">sorrows</reg> <reg orig="teares">tears</reg> hath <reg orig="gripte">gripped</reg> my aged heart,</l>
                  <l>And makes the <reg orig="fountaines">fountains</reg> of mine eyes <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> swell,</l>
                  <l>And therefore good my Lord, let me depart.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>With all my <reg orig="hart">heart</reg> good <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg>, when you please,</l>
                  <l>Yet ere thou goest, Humphrey <reg orig="resigne">resign</reg> thy <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more protected,</l>
                  <l>The Lord shall be my guide both <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my land and me.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>My <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg>, <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> noble Henry, my life and all,</l>
                  <l>My <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg>, I <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> as willing <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be thine,</l>
                  <l>As erst thy noble father made it mine,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="euen">even</reg> as willing at thy <reg orig="feete">feet</reg> I <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> it,</l>
                  <l>As others would ambitiously <reg orig="receiue">receive</reg> it,</l>
                  <l>And long hereafter when I am dead and gone,</l>
                  <l>May honourable peace attend thy throne.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnkle">Uncle</reg> Gloster, stand <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> and go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> <reg orig="lesse">less</reg> <reg orig="beloued">beloved</reg> of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>, <reg orig="then">than</reg> when</l>
                  <l>Thou <reg orig="weart">wert</reg> Protector <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> my land.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Gloster.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Take <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> here it ought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stand,</l>
                  <l>Where should it be, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> King Henries hand?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Please it your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>, this is the day</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> was appointed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the combating</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Betweene">Between</reg> the Armourer and his man, my Lord,</l>
                  <l>And they are <reg orig="readie">ready</reg> when your grace doth please.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Then call them forth, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> they may <reg orig="trie">try</reg> their <reg orig="rightes">rights</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter at one doore the Armourer and his neighbours, drinking
                  to him so much that he is drunken, and he enters with a drum
                  before him, and his staffe with a sand-bag fastened to it, and
                  at the other doore, his man with a drum and sand-bagge, and
                  Prentises drinking to him.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="AC"><speaker>1. Neighbor.</speaker>
                  <l>Here <reg orig="neighbor">neighbour</reg> Hornor, I drink <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a cup of <reg orig="Sacke">Sack</reg>.</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> not <reg orig="neighbor">neighbour</reg>, you shall do well <reg orig="inough">enough</reg>. </l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AC"><speaker>2. Neigh.</speaker>
                  <l>And here <reg orig="neighbor">neighbour</reg>, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> a cup of Charneco.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AC"><speaker>3. Neigh.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Heres">Here is</reg> a pot of good double <reg orig="beere">beer</reg>, <reg orig="neighbor">neighbour</reg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg></l>
                  <l>And be merry, and <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> not your man.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Q"><speaker>Armourer.</speaker>
                  <l>Let it come, <reg orig="yfaith">i'faith</reg> <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> pledge you all,</l>
                  <l>And a <reg orig="figge">fig</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Peter.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AF"><speaker>1. Prentise.</speaker>
                  <l>Here Peter I <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, and be not <reg orig="affeard">afeared</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AG"><speaker>2. Pren.</speaker>
                  <l>Here Peter, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> a <reg orig="pinte">pint</reg> of Claret-wine <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AH"><speaker>3. Pren.</speaker>
                  <l>And <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> a quart <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me, and be merry Peter,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> not thy <reg orig="maister">master</reg>, fight <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> credit of the <reg orig="Prentises">Prentices</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <l>I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you all, but <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more,</l>
                  <l>Here Robin, and if I die, here I <reg orig="giue">give</reg> thee my hammer,</l>
                  <l>And Will, thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> my <reg orig="aperne">apron</reg>, and here Tom,</l>
                  <l>Take all the <reg orig="mony">money</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg>.</l>
                  <l>O Lord <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> me, I pray God, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I am <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="deale">deal</reg> with</l>
                  <l>my <reg orig="maister">master</reg>, he hath learnt <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much fence <reg orig="alreadie">already</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Salb.</speaker>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> your drinking, and fall <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg>.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sirrha">Sirrah</reg>, <reg orig="whats">what is</reg> thy name?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <l>Peter forsooth.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Salbury.</speaker>
                  <l>Peter, what more?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Thumpe">Thump</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Salsbury.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Thumpe">Thump</reg>, then see <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thou <reg orig="thumpe">thump</reg> thy <reg orig="maister">master</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="Q"><speaker>Armour.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Heres">Here is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee neighbour, fill all the pots again, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> before<lb/>
                  <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> fight, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> you, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> tell you my <reg orig="minde">mind</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I am come<lb/>
                  hither as it were of my <reg orig="mans">man's</reg> instigation, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> an honest<lb/>
                  man, and Peter a <reg orig="knaue">knave</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> at you Peter with down<lb/>
                  right <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg>, as <reg orig="Beuys">Bevies</reg> of South-hampton fell <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> Askapart.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <l>Law you now, I told you <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his fence <reg orig="alreadie">already</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Alarmes, and Peter hits him on the head and fels him.</stage>
               <sp who="Q"><speaker>Armour.</speaker>
                  <p>Hold Peter, I <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg>, Treason, treason.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>He dies.</stage>
               <sp who="P"><speaker>Peter.</speaker>
                  <l>O God I <reg orig="giue">give</reg> thee praise.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>He kneeles downe.</stage>
               <sp who="AF"><speaker>Pren.</speaker>
                  <l>Ho well done Peter. God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> the King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Go take hence <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Traitor from our sight,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his death <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> do <reg orig="perceiue">perceive</reg> his guilt,</l>
                  <l>And God <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="iustice">justice</reg> hath <reg orig="reuealde">revealed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>The truth and innocence of this <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> fellow,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> he had thought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> murthered wrongfully.</l>
                  <l>Come fellow, follow <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> for thy reward.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnis.</stage>
                              
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="4" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter Duke Humphrey and his men, in
                  mourning cloakes.
               </stage>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Sirrha">Sirrah</reg>, <reg orig="whats">what is</reg> <reg orig="a clocke">oclock</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="V"><speaker>Seruing.</speaker>
                  <l>Almost ten my Lord.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Then is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="wofull">woeful</reg> <reg orig="houre">hour</reg> hard at hand,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> my <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Lady should come <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">by</seg> this way,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="shamefull">shameful</reg> penance <reg orig="wandring">wandering</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="streetes">streets</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sweete">Sweet</reg> Nell, ill can thy noble <reg orig="minde">mind</reg> <reg orig="abrooke">abrook</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="abiect">abject</reg> people gazing <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy face,</l>
                  <l>With <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> laughing at thy shame,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="earst">erst</reg> did follow thy proud Chariot <reg orig="wheeles">wheels</reg>,</l>
                  <l>When thou didst ride <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="tryumph">triumph</reg> through the <reg orig="streetes">streets</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter Dame Elnor Cobham bare-foote, and a white sheete about
                  her, with a waxe candle in her hand, and verses written on
                  her backe and pind on, and accompanied with the Sheriffes
                  of London, and Sir Iohn Standly, and Officers, with billes and
                  holbards.
              </stage>    
               <sp who="V"><speaker>Seruing.</speaker>
                  <l>My <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord, see where my Lady comes,</l>
                  <l>Please it your grace, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> take <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> from the <reg orig="Sheriffes">Sheriffs</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>I charge you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> stir not a <reg orig="foote">foot</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Nor offer once <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> draw a weapon here,</l>
                  <l>But let them do their office as they should.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Come you my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> see my open shame?</l>
                  <l>Ah Gloster, now thou doest penance too,</l>
                  <l>See how the <reg orig="giddie">giddy</reg> people <reg orig="looke">look</reg> at thee,</l>
                  <l>Shaking their heads, and pointing at thee <reg orig="heere">here</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Go get thee gone, and hide thee from their sights,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy pent <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <reg orig="studie">study</reg> rue my shame,</l>
                  <l>And ban thine enemies. Ah mine and thine.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Hum.</speaker>
                  <l>Ah Nell, sweet Nell, forget this extreme grief,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> it patiently <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> ease thy heart.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Ah Gloster teach me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> forget <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> whilst I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> I am thy wedded wife,</l>
                  <l>Then thought of this, doth kill my <reg orig="wofull">woeful</reg> heart.</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="ruthlesse">ruthless</reg> flints do cut my tender <reg orig="feete">feet</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And when I start the <reg orig="cruell">cruel</reg> people laugh,</l>
                  <l>And bids me be <reg orig="aduised">advised</reg> how I tread,</l>
                  <l>And thus with burning <reg orig="Tapor">Taper</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my hand,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Malde">Mauled</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> shame with papers <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my <reg orig="backe">back</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Ah, Gloster, can I endure this and <reg orig="liue">live</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Sometime <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> say I am Duke Humphreys wife,</l>
                  <l>And he a Prince, Protector of the land,</l>
                  <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> he <reg orig="rulde">ruled</reg>, and such a Prince he was,</l>
                  <l>As he stood <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">by</seg>, whilst I his <reg orig="forelorne">forlorn</reg> <reg orig="Duches">Duchess</reg></l>
                  <l>Was led with shame, and made a laughing <reg orig="stocke">stock</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> idle <reg orig="rascald">rascaled</reg> follower.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>My <reg orig="louely">lovely</reg> Nell, what wouldst thou <reg orig="haue">have</reg> me do?</l>
                  <l>Should I attempt <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rescue thee from hence,</l>
                  <l>I should <reg orig="incurre">incur</reg> the danger of the law,</l>
                  <l>And thy disgrace would not be shadowed <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Be thou <reg orig="milde">mild</reg>, and stir not at my disgrace,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> the axe of death hang <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> thy head,</l>
                  <l>As shortly sure it <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg>. <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Suffolke he,</l>
                  <l>The new made Duke, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> may do all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all</l>
                  <l>With <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="loues">loves</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, and hates <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all,</l>
                  <l>And impious Yorke and Bewford <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> false Priest,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> all <reg orig="lymde">limed</reg> bushes <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="betraie">betray</reg> thy wings,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> thou how thou can they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="intangle">entangle</reg> thee.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter a Herald of Armes.</stage>
               <sp who="AI"><speaker>Herald.</speaker>
                  <p>I summon your Grace, <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> his <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> <reg orig="Parlament">Parliament</reg><lb/>
                     holden at saint Edmunds-Bury, the first of the next month.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>A <reg orig="Parlament">Parliament</reg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> consent <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="craude">craved</reg></l>
                  <l>Therein before. This is <reg orig="sodeine">sudden</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Well, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be there.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet. Herald.</stage>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Maister">Master</reg> <reg orig="Sheriffe">Sheriff</reg>, I pray <reg orig="proceede">proceed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> further against my</l>
                  <l>Lady, <reg orig="then">than</reg> the course of law <reg orig="extendes">extends</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AJ"><speaker>Sheriffe.</speaker>
                  <l>Please it your grace, my office here doth end,</l>
                  <l>And I must <reg orig="deliuer">deliver</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> sir Iohn Standly,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be conducted into the <reg orig="Ile">Isle</reg> of Man.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humphrey.</speaker>
                  <l>Must you sir Iohn conduct my Lady?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AK"><speaker>Standly.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> my <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> it is <reg orig="decreede">decreed</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> commanded by the King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>I pray you sir Iohn, <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <reg orig="neare">near</reg> the worse,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <reg orig="intreat">entreat</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> well.</l>
                  <l>The world may smile <reg orig="againe">again</reg> and I may <reg orig="liue">live</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> do you <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg> if you do it <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> sir Iohn farewell.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>What gone my Lord, and bid not me <reg orig="farwell">farewell</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Witnesse">Witness</reg> my bleeding heart, I cannot stay <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Humphrey and his men.</stage>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Then is he gone, is noble Closter gone,</l>
                  <l>And doth Duke Humphrey now forsake me too?</l>
                  <l>Then let me haste from out <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> Englands <reg orig="boundes">bounds</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Come Standly come, and let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> haste away.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AK"><speaker>Standly.</speaker>
                  <l>Madam <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> some house hereby,</l>
                  <l>Where you may shift <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> before we go.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="K"><speaker>Elnor.</speaker>
                  <l>Ah good sir Iohn, my shame cannot be hid,</l>
                  <l>Nor put away with casting off my <reg orig="sheete">sheet</reg>:</l>
                  <l>But come let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go, <reg orig="maister">master</reg> <reg orig="Sheriffe">Sheriff</reg> farewell,</l>
                  <l>Thou hast but done thy office as thou <reg orig="shoulst">shouldst</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
                              
            </div2>   
            
         </div1>
         
         <div1 n="3" type="act">
            
            <div2 n="1" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter to the Parlament.
                  Enter two Heralds before, then the Duke of Buckingham, and the
                  Duke of Suffolke, and then the Duke of Yorke, and the Cardinall
                  of Winchester, and then the King and the Queene, and then
                  the Earle of Salisbury, and the Earle of Warwicke.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>I wonder <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg> Gloster <reg orig="staies">stays</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Can you not see, or <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you not <reg orig="perceiue">perceive</reg>,</l>
                  <l>How <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> ambitious Duke doth <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>?</l>
                  <l>The time hath <reg orig="bene">been</reg>, but now <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> time is past,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> none <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> humble as Duke Humphrey was:</l>
                  <l>But now let one <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> him <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="morne">morn</reg>,</l>
                  <l>When <reg orig="euery one">everyone</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> the time of day,</l>
                  <l>And he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> neither <reg orig="moue">move</reg> nor <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>.</l>
                  <l>See you not how the Commons follow him</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> troupes, crying, God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> the good Duke Humphrey,</l>
                  <l>And with long life, Iesus <reg orig="preserue">preserve</reg> his grace,</l>
                  <l>Honouring him as if he were their King.</l>
                  <l>Gloster is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="litle">little</reg> man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England,</l>
                  <l>And if he list <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stir commotions,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Tys">It is</reg> likely <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the people <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> follow him.</l>
                  <l>My Lord, if you imagine there is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> such thing,</l>
                  <l>Then let it <reg orig="passe">pass</reg>, and call it a <reg orig="womans">woman's</reg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg>.</l>
                  <l>My Lord of Suffolke, Buckingham, and Yorke,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Disproue">Disprove</reg> my <reg orig="Alligations">Allegations</reg> if you can,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> your speeches, if you can <reg orig="reproue">reprove</reg> me,</l>
                  <l>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> subscribe and say, I <reg orig="wrong'd">wronged</reg> the Duke.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Well hath your grace foreseen into <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Duke,</l>
                  <l>And if I had <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <reg orig="licenst">licensed</reg> first <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>,</l>
                  <l>I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> I should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> told your graces tale.</l>
                  <l>Smooth runs the brooke whereas the <reg orig="streame">stream</reg> is deepest.</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, my <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>, Gloster is a man</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnsounded">Unsounded</reg> yet, and full of <reg orig="deepe">deep</reg> deceit.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter the Duke of Somerset.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Welcome Lord Somerset, what <reg orig="newes">news</reg> from France?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somer.</speaker>
                  <l>Cold <reg orig="newes">news</reg> my Lord, and this it is,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> all your holds and <reg orig="Townes">Towns</reg> within those <reg orig="Territores">Territories</reg></l>
                  <l>Is <reg orig="ouercome">overcome</reg> my Lord, all is lost.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Cold <reg orig="newes">news</reg> indeed Lord Somerset,</l>
                  <l>But Gods <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> be done.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Cold <reg orig="newes">news</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I had hope of France,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> as I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> of <reg orig="fertill">fertile</reg> England.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Duke Humphrey.</stage>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Hum.</speaker>
                  <l>Pardon my liege, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> staid <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffol.</speaker>
                  <l>Nay, Gloster know, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thou art come too <reg orig="soone">soon</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnlesse">Unless</reg> thou <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> more <reg orig="loyall">loyal</reg> <reg orig="then">than</reg> thou art,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> do arrest thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> high treason here</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Why Suffolkes Duke thou shalt not see me blush</l>
                  <l>Nor change my countenance <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thine arrest,</l>
                  <l>Whereof am I <reg orig="guiltie">guilty</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> are my accusers?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>York.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> thought my lord, your grace <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> bribes from France,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="stopt">stopped</reg> the soldiers of their <reg orig="paie">pay</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> his <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg> hath lost all France</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Is it but thought <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> are they <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>?</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> God <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> me, as I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="watcht">watched</reg> the night</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Euer">Ever</reg> intending good <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> England still,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> <reg orig="penie">penny</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> I <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> from France,</l>
                  <l>Be brought against me at the <reg orig="iudgement">judgment</reg> day</l>
                  <l>I <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="robd">robbed</reg> the soldiers of their <reg orig="paie">pay</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Many a pound of mine <reg orig="owne">own</reg> <reg orig="propper">proper</reg> cost</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> I sent <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the soldiers wants,</l>
                  <l>Because I would not <reg orig="racke">rack</reg> the <reg orig="needie">needy</reg> Commons</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Car.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> your Protectorship you did <reg orig="deuise">devise</reg></l>
                  <l>Strange torments <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="offendors">offenders</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="meanes">means</reg></l>
                  <l>England hath <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <reg orig="defamde">defamed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="tyrannie">tyranny</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Hum.</speaker>
                  <l>Why <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <reg orig="wel">well</reg> <reg orig="knowne">known</reg> that whilst I was protector</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Pitie">Pity</reg> was all the fault <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> was <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> me,</l>
                  <l>A murtherer or <reg orig="foule">foul</reg> <reg orig="felonous">felonious</reg> <reg orig="theefe">thief</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> robs and murthers silly passengers,</l>
                  <l>I <reg orig="tortord">tortured</reg> <reg orig="aboue">above</reg> the rate of common law</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolk.</speaker>
                  <l>Tush my Lord, these be things of <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> account,</l>
                  <l>But greater matters are laid <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your charge,</l>
                  <l>I do arrest thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> high treason here,</l>
                  <l>And commit thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my good Lord <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> such time as thou canst <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Good <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg> obey <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his arrest,</l>
                  <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> doubt but thou shalt <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>,</l>
                  <l>My conscience <reg orig="tels">tells</reg> me thou art innocent</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Hump.</speaker>
                  <l>Ah <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Henry these <reg orig="daies">days</reg> are dangerous,</l>
                  <l>And would my death might end these miseries,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> their <reg orig="moodes">moods</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> good King Henries sake,</l>
                  <l>But I am made the Prologue <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> their <reg orig="plaie">play</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And thousands more must follow after me,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> dreads not yet their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> destruction</l>
                  <l>Suffolkes <reg orig="hatefull">hateful</reg> tongue blabs his <reg orig="harts">hearts</reg> malice,</l>
                  <l>Bewfords <reg orig="firie">fiery</reg> eyes <reg orig="showes">shows</reg> his <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> <reg orig="minde">mind</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Buckinghams proud <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> <reg orig="bewraies">bewrays</reg> his cruel thoughts,</l>
                  <l>And dogged Yorke <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="leuels">levels</reg> at the <reg orig="Moone">Moon</reg></l>
                  <l>Whose <reg orig="ouerweening">overweening</reg> <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> held <reg orig="backe">back</reg></l>
                  <l>All you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="ioynd">joined</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="betraie">betray</reg> me thus:</l>
                  <l>And you my <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lady and <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> <reg orig="mistresse">mistress</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Causelesse">Causeless</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> laid complaints <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> my head,</l>
                  <l>I shall not want false witnesses <reg orig="inough">enough</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> amongst you, you may <reg orig="haue">have</reg> my life</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="Prouerbe">Proverb</reg> no doubt <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be well <reg orig="performde">performed</reg>,</l>
                  <l>A <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg> is quickly found <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="beate">beat</reg> a dog</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Doth he not twit <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> Lady here,</l>
                  <l>As if that7H3; she with <reg orig="ignomious">ignominies</reg> wrong,</l>
                  <l>Had <reg orig="sobornde">suborned</reg> or hired some <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg> against his life</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> but I can <reg orig="giue">give</reg> the loser <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>Far truer spoke <reg orig="then">than</reg> <reg orig="ment">meant</reg>, I loose indeed,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Beshrow">Beshrew</reg> the winners hearts, they <reg orig="plaie">play</reg> me false</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buck.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Hele">He <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> wrest the <reg orig="sence">sense</reg> and keep <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> here all day,</l>
                  <l>My Lord of Winchester, see him sent away</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Car.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> is</reg> within there? Take <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> Duke Humphrey,</l>
                  <l>And see him <reg orig="garded">guarded</reg> sure within my house</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="D"><speaker>Humph.</speaker>
                  <l>O! thus King Henry casts away his crouch,</l>
                  <l>Before his legs can <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> his <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>And puts his <reg orig="watchfull">watchful</reg> <reg orig="shepheard">shepherd</reg> from his side,</l>
                  <l>Whilst <reg orig="wolues">wolves</reg> stand <reg orig="snarring">snaring</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> shall bite him first</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Farwell">Farewell</reg> my <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>, long <reg orig="maist">mayest</reg> thou <reg orig="enioy">enjoy</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Thy fathers <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> <reg orig="daies">days</reg> free from annoy</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Humphrey, with the Cardinals men</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lords what <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your wisdoms shall seem best,</l>
                  <l>Do and <reg orig="vndo">undo</reg> as if <reg orig="our selfe">ourself</reg> were here</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
                  <l>What <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> the <reg orig="Parlament">Parliament</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> Margaret. My heart is <reg orig="kild">killed</reg> with <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Where I may sit and sigh <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="endlesse">endless</reg> <reg orig="mone">moan</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="who's"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is</reg> a Traitor, Gloster he is none</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet King, Salsbury, and Warwicke</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Then sit we <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg> my Lord <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Suffolke, Buckingham, Yorke, and Somerset</l>
                  <l>Let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> consult of proud Duke Humphries fall</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> mine opinion it were good he <reg orig="dide">died</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="safetie">safety</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> King and Common-wealth</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> I <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> as you know,</l>
                  <l>If <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> King Henry had <reg orig="shooke">shook</reg> hands with death,</l>
                  <l>Duke Humphrey then would <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> King:</l>
                  <l>And it may be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="pollicie">policy</reg> he <reg orig="workes">works</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> bring <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> the thing <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> now <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> doubt,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="Foxe">Fox</reg> <reg orig="barkes">barks</reg> not when he would <reg orig="steale">steal</reg> the <reg orig="Lambe">Lamb</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> take him ere he do the deed,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> should not question if <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he should <reg orig="liue">live</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>. Let him die, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he is a <reg orig="Foxe">Fox</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Least">Lest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="liuing">living</reg> he offend <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> more</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Car.</speaker>
                  <l>Then let him die before the Commons know,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> they do rise <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Then do it <reg orig="sodainly">suddenly</reg> my Lords</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffol.</speaker>
                  <l>Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> be my Lord Cardinals charge and mine</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Car.</speaker>
                  <l>Agreed, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="hee's">he is</reg> already kept within my house</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter a Messenger.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>How now <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, what <reg orig="newes">news</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="L"><speaker>Messen.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> I bring you <reg orig="newes">news</reg> from Ireland,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="wilde">wild</reg> <reg orig="Onele">O'neill</reg> my Lords, is <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg>,</l>
                  <l>With troupes of Irish <reg orig="Kernes">Kerns</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="vncontrold">uncontrolled</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Doth plant <reg orig="themselues">themselves</reg> within the English pale</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>What <reg orig="redresse">redress</reg> <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> for this my Lords?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Twere">It were</reg> very good <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> my Lord of Somerset</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> fortunate Champion were sent <reg orig="ouer">over</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="burnes">burns</reg> and <reg orig="spoiles">spoils</reg> the Country as they <reg orig="goe">go</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> awe the <reg orig="stubborne">stubborn</reg> Irishmen,</l>
                  <l>He did <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much good when he was <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somer.</speaker>
                  <l>Had Yorke <reg orig="bene">been</reg> there with all his far <reg orig="fetcht">fetched</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="Pollices">Policies</reg>, he might <reg orig="haue">have</reg> lost as much as I</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> Yorke would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> lost his life before</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> France should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="reuolted">revolted</reg> from Englands rule</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somer.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> thou <reg orig="might'st">mightst</reg>, and yet <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="gouernd">governed</reg> worse <reg orig="then">than</reg> I</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>York.</speaker>
                  <l>What worse <reg orig="then">than</reg> nought, then a shame take all</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somer.</speaker>
                  <l>Shame <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> wisheth shame</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Somerset <reg orig="forbeare">forbear</reg>, good Yorke be patient,</l>
                  <l>And do thou take <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="crosse">cross</reg> the seas,</l>
                  <l>With troupes of Armed men <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> quell the pride</l>
                  <l>Of those ambitious Irish <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="rebell">rebel</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Well <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> sith your grace is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> content,</l>
                  <l>Let me <reg orig="haue">have</reg> some bands of chosen soldiers,</l>
                  <l>And Yorke shall <reg orig="trie">try</reg> his fortune against those <reg orig="kernes">kerns</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Yorke thou shalt. My Lord of Buckingham,</l>
                  <l>Let it be your charge <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> muster <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> such <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg></l>
                  <l>As shall <reg orig="suffise">suffice</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> these <reg orig="needfull">needful</reg> <reg orig="warres">wars</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buck.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg>, and <reg orig="leauie">levy</reg> such a band</l>
                  <l>As <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> shall <reg orig="ouercome">overcome</reg> those Irish Rebels,</l>
                  <l>But Yorke, where shall those soldiers <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>At Bristow, I <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> expect them ten <reg orig="daies">days</reg> hence</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>Then thither shall they come, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> farewell</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Buckingham</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Adieu my Lord of Buckingham</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Suffolke remember what you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do</l>
                  <l>And you Lord <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg> concerning Duke Humphrey,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Twere">It were</reg> good <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> you did see <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> time,</l>
                  <l>Come let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> it may be <reg orig="performde">performed</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnis, Manit Yorke</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>York.</speaker>
                  <l>Now York bethink <reg orig="thy self">thyself</reg> and <reg orig="rowse">rouse</reg> thee <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>Take time whilst it is offered thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="faire">fair</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Least">Lest</reg> when thou wouldst, thou canst it not <reg orig="attaine">attain</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> men I <reg orig="lackt">lacked</reg>, and now they <reg orig="giue">give</reg> them me,</l>
                  <l>And now whilst I am <reg orig="busie">busy</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Ireland,</l>
                  <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="seduste">seduced</reg> a headstrong Kentishman,</l>
                  <l>Iohn Cade of Ashford,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnder">Under</reg> the title of Iohn Mortemer,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> raise commotion, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="meanes">means</reg></l>
                  <l>I shall <reg orig="perceiue">perceive</reg> how the common people</l>
                  <l>Do affect the <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> and house of Yorke,</l>
                  <l>Then if he <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="successe">success</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="affaires">affairs</reg>,</l>
                  <l>From Ireland then comes Yorke <reg orig="againe">again</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="reape">reap</reg> the <reg orig="haruest">harvest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="coystrill">coistrel</reg> sowed,</l>
                  <l>Now if he should be taken and <reg orig="condemd">condemned</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Heele">He <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="nere">never</reg> <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I did set him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>,</l>
                  <l>And therefore ere I go <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> send him word,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> put <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> practise and <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> gather head,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> as I am gone he may begin</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> rise <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg> with troupes of country <reg orig="swaines">swains</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="performe">perform</reg> this enterprise</l>
                  <l>And then Duke Humphrey, he well made away,</l>
                  <l>None then can stop the light <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Englands <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But Yorke can tame and headlong pull them <reg orig="downe">down</reg></l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Yorke</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="2" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Then the Curtaines being drawne, Duke Humphrey is discouered
                  in his bed, and two men lying on his brest and smothering him
                  in his bed. And then enter the Duke of Suffolke to them.
               </stage>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolk.</speaker>
                  <l>How now sirs, what <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you <reg orig="dispatcht">dispatched</reg> him?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AL"><speaker>One.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> my Lord, <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> dead I warrant you.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Then see the <reg orig="cloathes">clothes</reg> laid smooth about him still,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> when the King comes, he may <reg orig="perceiue">perceive</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> other, but that he <reg orig="dide">died</reg> of his <reg orig="owne">own</reg> accord</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AM"><speaker>2.</speaker>
                  <l>All things is <reg orig="hansome">handsome</reg> now my Lord.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Then draw the <reg orig="Curtaines">Curtains</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg> and get you gone,</l>
                  <l>And you shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> your <reg orig="firme">firm</reg> reward anon.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet murtherers.
                  Then enter the King and Queene, the Duke of Buckingham, and
                  the Duke of Somerset, and the Cardinall.
               </stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord of Suffolke go call our <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg> Gloster,</l>
                  <l>Tell him this day <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he do <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> my Lord.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Suffolke.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>And good my Lords proceed <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> further against <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg> Gloster,</l>
                  <l>Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="iust">just</reg> <reg orig="proofe">proof</reg> you can <reg orig="affirme">affirm</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> as the sucking <reg orig="childe">child</reg> or <reg orig="harmlesse">harmless</reg> <reg orig="lambe">lamb</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> is he innocent of treason <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> state.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Suffolke.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>How now Suffolke, <reg orig="where's">where is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Dead <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his bed, my Lord Gloster is dead.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>The King falles in a sound.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Ay-me, the King is dead: help, help, my Lords.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Comfort my Lord, <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Henry comfort.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>Kin.</speaker>
                  <l>What doth my Lord of Suffolk bid me comfort?</l>
                  <l>Came he <reg orig="euen">even</reg> now <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> sing a <reg orig="Rauens">Ravens</reg> note,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="thinkes">thinks</reg> he <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the <reg orig="cherping">chirping</reg> of a Wren,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> crying comfort through a hollow voice,</l>
                  <l>Can <reg orig="satisfie">satisfy</reg> my <reg orig="griefes">griefs</reg>, or ease my heart:</l>
                  <l>Thou <reg orig="balefull">baleful</reg> messenger out of my sight,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thine <reg orig="eye-bals">eyeballs</reg> murther sits,</l>
                  <l>Yet do not <reg orig="goe">go</reg>. Come <reg orig="Basaliske">Basilisk</reg></l>
                  <l>And kill the silly gazer with thy <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Why do you rate my Lord of Suffolke thus,</l>
                  <l>As if <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he had <reg orig="causde">caused</reg> Duke Humphreys death?</l>
                  <l>The Duke and I too, you know were enemies,</l>
                  <l>And you had best say <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I did murther him.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Ah woe is me, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> wretched Glosters death.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Be woe <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me more wretched <reg orig="then">than</reg> he was,</l>
                  <l>What doest thou <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> away and hide thy face?</l>
                  <l>I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> loathsome <reg orig="leoper">leper</reg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> me,</l>
                  <l>Was I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this nigh <reg orig="wrackt">wracked</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the sea,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="thrise">thrice</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="aukward">awkward</reg> winds <reg orig="driuen">driven</reg> back from Englands bounds,</l>
                  <l>What might it bode, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> well foretelling</l>
                  <l>Winds, said, <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> not a scorpions <reg orig="neast">nest</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter the Earles of Warwicke and Salisbury.</stage>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, the Commons <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> an <reg orig="angrie">angry</reg> <reg orig="hiue">hive</reg> of bees,</l>
                  <l>Run <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> and <reg orig="downe">down</reg>, caring not whom they sting,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> good Duke Humphreys death, whom they report</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be murthered <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Suffolke and the <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg> here.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> he is dead good Warwick, is too true,</l>
                  <l>But how he died God <reg orig="knowes">knows</reg>, not Henry.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Enter his priuie chamber my Lord and view the <reg orig="bodie">body</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Good father <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> you with the rude multitude, till I <reg orig="returne">return</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Salb.</speaker>
                  <l>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>.</l> 
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet Salbury.
                  Warwicke drawes the curtaines and showes Duke
                  Humphrey in his bed.
               </stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Ah <reg orig="vnkle">uncle</reg> Gloster, <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> <reg orig="receiue">receive</reg> thy <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Farewell <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Henries <reg orig="ioy">joy</reg>, now thou art gone.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> shape <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> him,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> free <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> from his fathers <reg orig="dreadfull">dreadful</reg> curse,</l>
                  <l>I am <reg orig="resolu'd">resolved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> violent hands were laid,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> the life of this <reg orig="thrise">thrice</reg> famous Duke.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>A <reg orig="dreadfull">dreadful</reg> <reg orig="oth">oath</reg> <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> with a <reg orig="solemne">solemn</reg> <reg orig="toong">tongue</reg>,</l>
                  <l>What instance <reg orig="giues">gives</reg> Lord Warwicke <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> these words?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Oft <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I <reg orig="seene">seen</reg> a timely parted ghost,</l>
                  <l>Of <reg orig="ashie">ashy</reg> semblance, pale and <reg orig="bloodlesse">bloodless</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But <reg orig="loe">lo</reg> the blood is <reg orig="setled">settled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his face,</l>
                  <l>More better coloured <reg orig="then">than</reg> when he <reg orig="liu'd">lived</reg>,</l>
                  <l>His well proportioned beard made rough and <reg orig="sterne">stern</reg>,</l>
                  <l>His fingers <reg orig="spred">spread</reg> abroad as one <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="graspt">grasped</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> life,</l>
                  <l>Yet was <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> strength <reg orig="surprisde">surprised</reg>, the least of these are probable,</l>
                  <l>It cannot <reg orig="chuse">choose</reg> but he was murthered.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Suffolke and the <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg> had him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> charge,</l>
                  <l>And they I trust sir, are <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> murtherers.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, but <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> well <reg orig="knowne">known</reg> they were not his friends,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> well <reg orig="seene">seen</reg> he found some enemies.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Card.</speaker>
                  <l>But <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> greater <reg orig="proofes">proofs</reg> then these?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> sees a <reg orig="hefer">heifer</reg> dead and bleeding fresh,</l>
                  <l>And sees hard-by a butcher with an axe,</l>
                  <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> suspect <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> made the slaughter?</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <reg orig="findes">finds</reg> the partridge <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the puttocks <reg orig="neast">nest</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> imagine how the bird came there,</l>
                  <l>Although the <reg orig="kyte">kite</reg> <reg orig="soare">soar</reg> with <reg orig="vnbloodie">unbloody</reg> <reg orig="beake">beak</reg>?</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <reg orig="suspitious">suspicious</reg> is this <reg orig="Tragidie">Tragedy</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Are you the <reg orig="kyte">kite</reg> Bewford, <reg orig="where's">where is</reg> your talants?</l>
                  <l>Is Suffolke the butcher, <reg orig="where's">where is</reg> his knife?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>I <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> knife <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> slaughter sleeping men,</l>
                  <l>But <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> a <reg orig="vengefull">vengeful</reg> sword rusted with case,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> shall be scoured <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="rankorous">rancorous</reg> heart,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> slanders me with murthers crimson badge,</l>
                  <l>Say if thou dare, proud Lord of Warwickshire,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I am <reg orig="guiltie">guilty</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Duke Humphreys death.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Cardinall.</stage>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>What dares not Warwicke, if false Suffolke dare him?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>He dares not <reg orig="calme">calm</reg> his contumelious spirit,</l>
                  <l>Nor cease <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be an arrogant <reg orig="controwler">controller</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Though Suffolk dare him <reg orig="twentie">twenty</reg> <reg orig="hundreth">hundredth</reg> times.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg> be still, with <reg orig="reuerence">reverence</reg> may I say it,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> word you <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his defence,</l>
                  <l>Is <reg orig="slaunder">slander</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Blunt witted Lord, ignoble <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy words,</l>
                  <l>If <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> Lady <reg orig="wrongd">wronged</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much,</l>
                  <l>Thy mother <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="blamefull">blameful</reg> bed,</l>
                  <l>Some <reg orig="sterne">stern</reg> <reg orig="vntutred">untutored</reg> <reg orig="churle">churl</reg>, and noble <reg orig="stocke">stock</reg></l>
                  <l>Was graft with crabtree slip, whose <reg orig="frute">fruit</reg> thou art,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> of the Neuels noble race.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the guilt of murther bucklers thee,</l>
                  <l>And I should rob the deaths man of his fee,</l>
                  <l>Quitting thee thereby of ten thousand shames,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> my <reg orig="soueraignes">sovereigns</reg> presence makes me mute,</l>
                  <l>I would false murtherous coward <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy knees</l>
                  <l>Make thee <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> pardon <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy passed speech,</l>
                  <l>And say it was thy mother <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> thou <reg orig="meants">meant-est</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> thou <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> was <reg orig="borne">born</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="bastardie">bastardy</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And after all this <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> homage done,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Giue">Give</reg> thee thy hire and send thy <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> hell,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Pernitious">Pernicious</reg> blood-sucker of sleeping men.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffol.</speaker>
                  <l>Thou shouldst be waking whilst I <reg orig="shead">shed</reg> thy blood,</l>
                  <l>If from this presence thou dare go with me.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Away <reg orig="euen">even</reg> now, or I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> drag thee hence.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Warwicke puls him out. 
                  Exet Warwicke and Suffolke, and then all the Commons
                  within, cries, downe with Suffolke, downe with Suffolk.
                  And then enter againe, the Duke of Suffolke and Warwicke,
                  with their weapons drawne.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Why how now Lords?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suf.</speaker>
                  <l>The Traitorous Warwicke with the men of Berry,</l>
                  <l>Set all <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> me <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> i</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  The Commons againe cries, downe with Suffolke downe
                  with Suffolke. And then enter from them, the Earle of
                  Salbury.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Salb.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, the Commons sends you word <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> me,</l>
                  <l>That <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> false Suffolke here be done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death,</l>
                  <l>Or banished <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> Englands Territories,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="erre">err</reg> from your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> person,</l>
                  <l>They say <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> him the good Duke Humphrey died,</l>
                  <l>They say <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> him they <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> the <reg orig="ruine">ruin</reg> of the <reg orig="realme">realm</reg>.</l>
                  <l>And therefore if you <reg orig="loue">love</reg> your <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> <reg orig="weale">weal</reg>,</l>
                  <l>They wish you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> banish him from <reg orig="foorth">forth</reg> the land.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suf.</speaker>
                  <l>Indeed <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> the Commons rude <reg orig="vnpolisht">unpolished</reg> hinds</l>
                  <l>Would send such message <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> their <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But you my Lord were glad <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="imployd">employed</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="trie">try</reg> how quaint an Orator you were,</l>
                  <l>But all the honour Salsbury hath got,</l>
                  <l>Is, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he was the Lord <reg orig="Embassador">Ambassador</reg></l>
                  <l>Sent from a sort of Tinkers <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  The Commons cries, an answere from the King,
                  my Lord of Salsbury.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Good Salsbury go <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> them,</l>
                  <l>Tell them <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> them all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> care,</l>
                  <l>And had I not <reg orig="bene">been</reg> cited thus <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> their <reg orig="meanes">means</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="My selfe">Myself</reg> had done it. Therefore here I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>,</l>
                  <l>If Suffolke be found <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> breathe <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> any place,</l>
                  <l>Where I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> rule, but three <reg orig="daies">days</reg> more, he dies.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Salisbury.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> Henry, <reg orig="reuerse">reverse</reg> the <reg orig="doome">doom</reg> of gentle Suffolkes banishment.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Vngentle">Ungentle</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> call him gentle Suffolke,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England he shall not rest,</l>
                  <l>If I say, I may relent, but if I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>, it is <reg orig="erreuocable">irrevocable</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Come good Warwicke and go thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> with me,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> great matters <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> impart <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet King and Warwicke, Manet Queene
                  and Suffolke.   
               </stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Hell fire and vengeance go along with you,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Theres">There is</reg> two of you, the <reg orig="diuell">devil</reg> make the third,</l>
                  <l>Fie womanish man, canst thou not curse thy enemies?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>A plague <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> them, wherefore should I curse them?</l>
                  <l>Could curses kill as do the Mandrakes <reg orig="groanes">groans</reg>,</l>
                  <l>I would <reg orig="inuent">invent</reg> as many bitter <reg orig="termes">terms</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="Deliuered">Delivered</reg> strongly through my fixed teeth,</l>
                  <l>With <reg orig="twise">twice</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> many <reg orig="signes">signs</reg> of deadly hate,</l>
                  <l>As <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> fast <reg orig="enuy">envy</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> loathsome <reg orig="caue">cave</reg>,</l>
                  <l>My <reg orig="toong">tongue</reg> should stumble <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> mine earnest words,</l>
                  <l>Mine eyes should sparkle <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> the beaten flint,</l>
                  <l>My <reg orig="haire">hair</reg> be <reg orig="fixt">fixed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> end, as one distraught,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="euery">every</reg> <reg orig="ioynt">joint</reg> should <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> curse and ban,</l>
                  <l>And now <reg orig="me-thinks">methinks</reg> my burthened <reg orig="hart">heart</reg> would <reg orig="breake">break</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Should I not curse them. Poison be their <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Gall worse <reg orig="then">than</reg> gall, the daintiest thing they taste.</l>
                  <l>Their sweetest shade a <reg orig="groue">grove</reg> of <reg orig="sypris">cypress</reg> trees.</l>
                  <l>Their softest <reg orig="tuch">touch</reg> as smart as <reg orig="lyzards">lizards</reg> stings.</l>
                  <l>Their <reg orig="musicke">music</reg> <reg orig="frightfull">frightful</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> the serpents <reg orig="hys">hiss</reg>.</l>
                  <l>And boding <reg orig="scrike-oules">screech-owls</reg> make the consort full.</l>
                  <l>All the <reg orig="foule">foul</reg> terrors <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="darke">dark</reg> seated hell.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Inough">Enough</reg> <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> Suffolke, thou torments <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>You bad me ban, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you bid me <reg orig="sease">seize</reg>?</l>
                  <l>Now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this ground <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I am <reg orig="banisht">banished</reg> from,</l>
                  <l>Well could I curse away a winters night,</l>
                  <l>And standing naked <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> a <reg orig="mountaine">mountain</reg> top,</l>
                  <l>Where <reg orig="byting">biting</reg> cold would <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> let <reg orig="grasse">grass</reg> grow,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> it but a minute spent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> sport.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> more. <reg orig="Sweete">Sweet</reg> Suffolke hie thee hence <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France,</l>
                  <l>Or <reg orig="liue">live</reg> where thou wilt within this <reg orig="worldes">worlds</reg> globe,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> an Irish <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> shall <reg orig="finde">find</reg> thee out,</l>
                  <l>And long thou shalt not <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, but <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> thee <reg orig="repelde">repealed</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Or venture <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be banished <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> let this <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> be printed <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy hand,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> when thou seest it, thou <reg orig="maist">mayest</reg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> me.</l>
                  <l>Away, I say, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I may feele my <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> it is nothing whilst thou standest here.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Thus is <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Suffolke ten times banished,</l>
                  <l>Once <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the King, but three times <reg orig="thrise">thrice</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> thee.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Vawse.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>How now, whither goes Vawse <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> fast?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AN"><speaker>Vawse.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="signifie">signify</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> his <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg> Bewford is at point of death,</l>
                  <l>Sometimes he <reg orig="raues">raves</reg> and cries as he were <reg orig="madde">mad</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Sometimes he <reg orig="cals">calls</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> Duke Humphries Ghost,</l>
                  <l>And whispers <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his pillow as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him,</l>
                  <l>And sometime he <reg orig="calles">calls</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the King,</l>
                  <l>And I am going <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="certifie">certify</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> his grace,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="euen">even</reg> now he <reg orig="cald">called</reg> <reg orig="aloude">aloud</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Go then good Vawse and <reg orig="certifie">certify</reg> the King.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Vawse.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> what is worldly <reg orig="pompe">pomp</reg>, all men must die,</l>
                  <l>And woe am I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Bewfords <reg orig="heauie">heavy</reg> <reg orig="ende">end</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But why <reg orig="mourne">mourn</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him, whilst thou art here?</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sweete">Sweet</reg> Suffolke hie thee hence <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> if the King do come, thou sure must die.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suff.</speaker>
                  <l>And if I go I cannot <reg orig="liue">live</reg>: but here <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> die,</l>
                  <l>What were it else, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a pleasant slumber</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> thy lap?</l>
                  <l>Here could I, could I, breath my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> into the <reg orig="aire">air</reg>,</l>
                  <l>As <reg orig="milde">mild</reg> and gentle as the new <reg orig="borne">born</reg> babe,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> dies with mothers <reg orig="dugge">dug</reg> <reg orig="betweene">between</reg> his lips,</l>
                  <l>Where from thy sight I should be raging <reg orig="madde">mad</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And call <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> close mine eyes,</l>
                  <l>Or with thy lips <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stop my dying <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I might breathe it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> into thy <reg orig="bodie">body</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And then it <reg orig="liu'd">lived</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> Elyziam,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> die, were but <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> die <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="ieast">jest</reg>,</l>
                  <l>From thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> die, were torment more <reg orig="then">than</reg> death,</l>
                  <l>O let me <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, befall, what may befall.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> mightst thou <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> with <reg orig="safetie">safety</reg> of thy life,</l>
                  <l>Then shouldst thou <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, but <reg orig="heauens">heavens</reg> deny it,</l>
                  <l>And therefore go, but hope ere long <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="repelde">repealed</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suff.</speaker>
                  <l>I <reg orig="goe">go</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>And take my heart with thee.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>She kisseth him.</stage>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suff.</speaker>
                  <l>A <reg orig="iewell">jewel</reg> <reg orig="lockt">locked</reg> into the <reg orig="wofulst">woefullest</reg> <reg orig="caske">cask</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> yet <reg orig="containde">contained</reg> a thing of <reg orig="woorth">worth</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Thus <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a splitted <reg orig="barke">bark</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> sunder <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg>.</l>
                  <l>This way fall I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Suffolke.</stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>This way <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Queene.</stage>
               
            </div2>   
            
            <div2 n="3" type="scene">
               <stage>
                  Enter King and Salsbury, and then the Curtaines be drawne, and
                  the Cardinall is discouered in his bed, rauing and staring as if he
                  were madde.
               </stage>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Car.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> death, if thou wilt let me <reg orig="liue">live</reg> but one whole <reg orig="yeare">year</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> thee as much gold as <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> purchase such another <reg orig="Iland">Island</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> see my Lord of Salsbury how he is troubled,</l>
                  <l>Lord <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg>, remember Christ must <reg orig="saue">save</reg> thy <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="E"><speaker>Car.</speaker>
                  <l>Why died he not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his bed?</l>
                  <l>What would you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do then?</l>
                  <l>Can I make men <reg orig="liue">live</reg> whether they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> or <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">no</seg>?</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg>, go fetch me the strong poison <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> the <reg orig="Pothicary">Apothecary</reg> sent me.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> see where duke Humphreys <reg orig="ghoast">ghost</reg> doth stand,</l>
                  <l>And stares me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the face. <reg orig="Looke">Look</reg>, <reg orig="looke">look</reg>, <reg orig="coame">comb</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> his <reg orig="haire">hair</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> now <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> gone <reg orig="againe">again</reg>: <reg orig="Oh, oh, oh">O, O, O</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Sal.</speaker>
                  <l>See how the <reg orig="panges">pangs</reg> of death doth gripe his heart.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Lord <reg orig="Cardinall">Cardinal</reg>, if thou diest assured of <reg orig="heauenly">heavenly</reg> <reg orig="blisse">bliss</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Hold <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> thy hand and make some <reg orig="signe">sign</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>The Cardinall dies.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> see he dies, and makes <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="signe">sign</reg> at all.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> God <reg orig="forgiue">forgive</reg> his <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Sal.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> bad an <reg orig="ende">end</reg> did <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> none behold,</l>
                  <l>But as his death, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> was his life <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Forbeare">Forbear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="iudge">judge</reg>, good Salsbury <reg orig="forbeare">forbear</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> God <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="iudge">judge</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all.</l>
                  <l>Go take him hence, and see his funerals be <reg orig="performde">performed</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>   
            
         </div1>
         
         <div1 n="4" type="act">
            
            <div2 n="1" type="scene">
            
               <stage>
                  Alarmes within, and the chambers be discharged, like as it
                  were a fight at sea. And then enter the Captaine of the ship
                  and the Maister, and the Maisters Mate, and the Duke of Suffolk
                   disguised, and others with him, and Water Whickmore.
               </stage>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l>Bring forward these prisoners <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="scorn'd">scorned</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnlade">Unlade</reg> their goods with speed and <reg orig="sincke">sink</reg> their ship,</l>
                  <l>Here <reg orig="Maister">Master</reg>, this prisoner I <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you.</l>
                  <l>This other, the <reg orig="Maisters">Master's</reg> Mate shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And Water Whickmore thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> this man,</l>
                  <l>And let them <reg orig="paie">pay</reg> their <reg orig="ransomes">ransoms</reg> ere they <reg orig="passe">pass</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Water!</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>He starteth.</stage>
               <sp who="AP"><speaker>Water.</speaker>
                  <l>How now, what doest <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> me?</l>
                  <l>Thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> better cause anon.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suf.</speaker>
                  <l>It is thy name affrights me, not thy <reg orig="selfe">self</reg>.</l>
                  <l>I do remember well, a cunning <reg orig="Wyssard">Wizard</reg> told me,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Water I should die:</l>
                  <l>Yet let not <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> make thee <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> minded.</l>
                  <l>Thy name being rightly sounded,</l>
                  <l>Is Gualter, not Water.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AP"><speaker>Water.</speaker>
                  <l>I lost mine eye <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="boording">boarding</reg> of the ship,</l>
                  <l>And therefore ere I <reg orig="marchantlike">merchant-like</reg> sell blood <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> gold,</l>
                  <l>Then cast me headlong <reg orig="downe">down</reg> into the sea.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AR"><speaker>2. Priso.</speaker>
                  <l>But what shall our <reg orig="ransomes">ransoms</reg> be?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AS"><speaker>Mai.</speaker>
                  <l>A <reg orig="hundreth">hundredth</reg> pounds a piece, either <reg orig="paie">pay</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> or die.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AP"><speaker>2. Priso.</speaker>
                  <l>Then <reg orig="saue">save</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>, it shall be paid.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AP"><speaker>Water.</speaker>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, thy life shall be the <reg orig="ransome">ransom</reg></l>
                  <l>I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suff.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Staie">Stay</reg> <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, thy prisoner is a Prince,</l>
                  <l>The Duke of Suffolke, William de la Poull.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l>The Duke of Suffolke folded <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> rags.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suf.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> sir, but these rags are <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> part of the Duke,</l>
                  <l>Ioue sometime went <reg orig="disguisde">disguised</reg>, and why not I?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> but Ioue was <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> as thou shalt be.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suf.</speaker>
                  <l>Base <reg orig="Iadie">Jady</reg> <reg orig="groome">groom</reg>, King Henries blood</l>
                  <l>The honourable blood of Lancaster,</l>
                  <l>Cannot be <reg orig="shead">shed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> such a lowly <reg orig="swaine">swain</reg>,</l>
                  <l>I am sent Ambassador <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France,</l>
                  <l>I charge thee <reg orig="waffe">waft</reg> me <reg orig="crosse">cross</reg> the <reg orig="channell">channel</reg> safe.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="waffe">waft</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy death, go Water take him hence,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> long <reg orig="boates">boats</reg> side, chop off his head.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suf.</speaker>
                  <l>Thou <reg orig="darste">darest</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thine <reg orig="owne">own</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l>Yes Poull.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Poull.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> Poull, puddle <reg orig="kennell">kennel</reg>, <reg orig="sinke">sink</reg> and <reg orig="durt">dirt</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> stop <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> yawning mouth of thine,</l>
                  <l>Those lips of thine <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> oft <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="kist">kissed</reg> the</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, shall <reg orig="sweepe">sweep</reg> the ground, and thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="Smildste">Smiledest</reg> at good Duke Humphreys death,</l>
                  <l>Shalt <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> longer <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> infect the earth.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>This villain being but Captain of a Pinnais,</l>
                  <l>Threatens more plagues <reg orig="then">than</reg> <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> Abradas,</l>
                  <l>The great Masadonian <reg orig="Pyrate">Pirate</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Thy words <reg orig="addes">adds</reg> fury and not remorse <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> me.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> but my deeds shall <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> thy fury <reg orig="soone">soon</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>Hast not thou waited at my Trencher,</l>
                  <l>When <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> feasted with <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> Margret?</l>
                  <l>Hast not thou <reg orig="kist">kissed</reg> thy hand and held my <reg orig="stirrope">stirrup</reg>?</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="barehead">bareheaded</reg> plodded <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my <reg orig="footecloth">foot-cloth</reg> Mule,</l>
                  <l>And thought thee <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> when I <reg orig="smilde">smiled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thee?</l>
                  <l>This hand hath writ <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy defence,</l>
                  <l>Then shall I <reg orig="charme">charm</reg> thee, hold thy <reg orig="lauish">lavish</reg> <reg orig="toong">tongue</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l>Away with him Water, I say, and off with his <reg orig="hed">head</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AQ"><speaker>1. Priso.</speaker>
                  <l>Good my Lord, <reg orig="intreat">entreat</reg> him mildly <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your life.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolke.</speaker>
                  <l>First let this <reg orig="necke">neck</reg> <reg orig="stoupe">stoop</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the axes edge,</l>
                  <l>Before this knee do bow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> any,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Saue">Save</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the God of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my King:</l>
                  <l>Suffolkes <reg orig="imperiall">imperial</reg> <reg orig="toong">tongue</reg> cannot <reg orig="pleade">plead</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> such a <reg orig="Iadie">Jady</reg> <reg orig="groome">groom</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AP"><speaker>Water.</speaker>
                  <l>Come, come, why do we let him <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>,</l>
                  <l>I long <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> his head <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="raunsome">ransom</reg> of mine eye.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="A"><speaker>Suffolk.</speaker>
                  <l>A Swordar and bandeto <reg orig="slaue">slave</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Murthered <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> Tully.</l>
                  <l>Brutus bastard-hand <reg orig="stabde">stabbed</reg> Iulius Caesar,</l>
                  <l>And Suffolke dies <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="Pyrates">Pirates</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the seas.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Suffolke, and Water.</stage>
               <sp who="AO"><speaker>Cap.</speaker>
                  <l>Off with his head, and send it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="ransomelesse">ransomless</reg> this prisoner shall go free,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see it safe <reg orig="deliuered">delivered</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>.</l>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="goe">go</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
                           
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="2" type="scene">
               
               <stage>Enter two of the Rebels with long staues.</stage>
               <sp who="AU"><speaker>George.</speaker>
                  <p>Come away Nick, and put a long <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy pike, and<lb/>
                  <reg orig="prouide">provide</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I Can tell thee, they <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> this two<lb/>
                  <reg orig="daies">days</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nicke.</speaker>
                  <p>Then they had more need <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> bed now,<lb/>
                     But <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg> George <reg orig="whats">what is</reg> the matter?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AU"><speaker>George.</speaker>
                  <p>Why <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, Iack Cade the Diar of Ashford here,<lb/>
                     He <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> this land, and set a new nap <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> it.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nick.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> marry he had need <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <reg orig="growne">grown</reg> <reg orig="threedbare">threadbare</reg>,<lb/>
                     <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> merry world with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, since these gentle men came <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AU"><speaker>George.</speaker>
                  <p>I warrant thee, thou shalt <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> see a Lord <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> a leather <reg orig="aperne">apron</reg> now <reg orig="a-daies">adays</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nick.</speaker>
                  <p>But <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> comes more beside Iacke Cade?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AU"><speaker>George.</speaker>
                  <p>Why <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> Dicke the Butcher, and Robin the <reg orig="Sadler">Saddler</reg>,<lb/>
                     and Will <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> came a wooing <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> Nan last Sunday, and Harry<lb/>
                     and Tom, and Gregory <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> your Parnill, and a great<lb/>
                     sort more is come from Rochester, and from Maydstone, and Canterbury,<lb/>
                     and all the <reg orig="Townes">Towns</reg> here abouts, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> must all be Lords<lb/>
                     or squires, <reg orig="assoone">as soon</reg> as Iacke Cade is King.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nicke.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Harke">Hark</reg>, <reg orig="harke">hark</reg>, I <reg orig="here">hear</reg> the Drum, they be <reg orig="comming">coming</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter Iacke Cade, Dicke Butcher, Robin, Will, Tom,
                  Harry and the rest, with long staues.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Proclaime">Proclaim</reg> silence.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <p>Silence.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>I Iohn Cade <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> named for my <reg orig="valiancie">valiancy</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <p>Or rather <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> stealing of a Cade of Sprats.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>My father was a Mortemer.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nick.</speaker>
                  <p>He was an honest man and a good <reg orig="Brick-laier">Bricklayer</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>My mother came of the <reg orig="Brases">Brasses</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AY"><speaker>Will.</speaker>
                  <p>She was a <reg orig="Pedlers">Peddlers</reg> daughter indeed, and sold many <reg orig="lases">laces</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AX"><speaker>Robin.</speaker>
                  <l>And now being not able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="occupie">occupy</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="furd">furred</reg> <reg orig="packe">pack</reg>,</l>
                  <l>She washeth <reg orig="buckes">bucks</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">up</seg></reg> and <reg orig="downe">down</reg> the country.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Therefore I am honourably <reg orig="borne">born</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Harry.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> the field is honourable, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> he was <reg orig="borne">born</reg></l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnder">Under</reg> a hedge, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> his father had <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> house but the Cage.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>I am able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> endure much.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AU"><speaker>George.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> is</reg> true, I know he can endure <reg orig="any thing">anything</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="seene">seen</reg> him <reg orig="whipt">whipped</reg> two market <reg orig="daies">days</reg> <reg orig="togither">together</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> neither sword nor fire.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AY"><speaker>Will.</speaker>
                  <l>He need not <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> the sword, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> his <reg orig="coate">coat</reg> is of <reg orig="proofe">proof</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <p>But <reg orig="mee thinkes">methinks</reg> he should <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> the fire, being <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> often<lb/>
                     burnt <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the hand, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> stealing of <reg orig="sheepe">sheep</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Therefore be <reg orig="braue">brave</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> your Captain is <reg orig="braue">brave</reg>, and <reg orig="vowes">vows</reg><lb/>
                     reformation: you shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="seuen">seven</reg> half-penny <reg orig="loaues">loaves</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a penny,<lb/>
                     and the three <reg orig="hoopt">hooped</reg> pot, shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> ten <reg orig="hoopes">hoops</reg>, and it shall be felony<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> small <reg orig="beere">beer</reg>, and if I be king, as king I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <p>God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> your <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>I <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you good people, you shall all <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> and <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> of<lb/>
                     my score, and go all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my <reg orig="liuerie">livery</reg>, and <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> writing, but<lb/>
                     the score and the Tally, and there <reg orig="shalbe">shall be</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="lawes">laws</reg> but such as comes<lb/>
                     from my mouth.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> sore <reg orig="lawes">laws</reg> then, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> he was thrust into the<lb/>
                     mouth the other day.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AU"><speaker>George.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> and stinking law too, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> his breath stinks <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> one<lb/>
                  cannot abide it.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Will with the Clarke of Chattam.</stage>
               <sp who="AY"><speaker>Will.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="Captaine">Captain</reg> a <reg orig="pryze">prize</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Whose <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Will?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AY"><speaker>Will.</speaker>
                  <p>The Clarke of Chattam, he can write and <reg orig="reade">read</reg> and cast<lb/>
                     account, I <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> him setting of <reg orig="boyes">boys</reg> <reg orig="coppies">copies</reg>, and <reg orig="hee">he</reg> has a <reg orig="booke">book</reg><lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his pocket with red letters.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Sonnes">Sons</reg>, <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> a <reg orig="coniurer">conjurer</reg> bring him hither.</l>
                  <l>Now sir, <reg orig="whats">what is</reg> your name?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AZ"><speaker>Clarke.</speaker>
                  <l>Emanuell sir, <reg orig="and">if</reg> it shall please you.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <l>It <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> go hard with you, I can tell you,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> they <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> write <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="oth">oath</reg> top of letters.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>And what do you <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> write your name?</l>
                  <l>Or do you as <reg orig="auncient">ancient</reg> forefathers <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vse">Use</reg> the score and the Tally?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AZ"><speaker>Clarke.</speaker>
                  <p>Nay, true sir, I praise God I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> well brought<lb/>
                     <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I can write mine <reg orig="owne">own</reg> name.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="hes">he has</reg> <reg orig="confest">confessed</reg>, go hang him with his <reg orig="penny-inckhorne">penny-inkhorn</reg><lb/>
                     about his <reg orig="necke">neck</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet one with the Clarke.
                  Enter Tom.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="BA"><speaker>Tom.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Captaine">Captain</reg>. <reg orig="Newes">News</reg>, <reg orig="newes">news</reg>, sir Humphrey Stafford and his<lb/>
                     brother are <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> with the kings power, and mean <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="kil">kill</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Let them come, <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> but a knight is he?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BA"><speaker>Tom.</speaker>
                  <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> but a knight.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Why then <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="equall">equal</reg> him, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> knight.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Kneele">Kneel</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> Iohn Mortemer,</l>
                  <l>Rise <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> sir Iohn Mortemer.</l>
                  <l>Is there any more of them <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> be Knights?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BA"><speaker>Tom.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="I">Aye</reg> his brother.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>He Knights Dicke Butcher.</stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Then <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> Dicke Butcher,</l>
                  <l>Rise <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> sir Dicke Butcher.</l>
                  <l>Now sound <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the <reg orig="Drumme">Drum</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter sir Humphrey Stafford and his brother, with
                  Drumme and souldiers.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>As <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> these silken coated <reg orig="slaues">slaves</reg> I <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> not a <reg orig="pinne">pin</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you good people <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l>Why country-men, what <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> you thus <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> follow this rebellious Traitor Cade?</l>
                  <l>Why his father was but a <reg orig="Brick-laier">Bricklayer</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Well, and Adam was a Gardner, what then?</l>
                  <l>But I come of the Mortemers.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, the Duke of Yorke hath taught you <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>The Duke of York, nay, I learnt it <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg> you, Roger Mortemer the <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of March,</l>
                  <l>Married the Duke of Clarence daughter.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l>Well, <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> true: But what then?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> he had two children at a birth.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> is</reg> false.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, but I say, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> true.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <l>Why then <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> true.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>And one of them was <reg orig="stolne">stolen</reg> away <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> a <reg orig="begger-woman">beggar-woman</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> was my father, and I am his <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Deny it <reg orig="and">if</reg> you can.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nicke.</speaker>
                  <l>Nay <reg orig="looke">look</reg> you, I know <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> true,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> his father built a chimney <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my fathers house,</l>
                  <l>And the <reg orig="brickes">bricks</reg> are <reg orig="aliue">alive</reg> at this day <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="testifie">testify</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>But doest thou <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> Stafford, tell the King, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his</l>
                  <l>fathers sake, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> whose time <reg orig="boyes">boys</reg> <reg orig="plaide">played</reg> at <reg orig="spanne-counter">span-counter</reg> with</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Frenche">French</reg> <reg orig="Crownes">Crowns</reg>, I am content <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <reg orig="hee">he</reg> shall be King as long</l>
                  <l>as he <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> Marry <reg orig="alwaies">always</reg> <reg orig="prouided">provided</reg>, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be Protector <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> him.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l>O monstrous <reg orig="simplicitie">simplicity</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>And tell him, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the <reg orig="Lorde">Lord</reg> Sayes head, and the</l>
                  <l>Duke of Somersets, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="deliuering">delivering</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the <reg orig="Dukedomes">Dukedoms</reg> of Anioy</l>
                  <l>and Mayne, and selling the <reg orig="Townes">Towns</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="meanes">means</reg></l>
                  <l>England hath <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <reg orig="maimde">maimed</reg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> since, and gone as it were with a</l>
                  <l>crouch, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> my puissance held it <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>. And besides, they can</l>
                  <l><reg orig="speake">speak</reg> French, and therefore they are traitors.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l>As how I <reg orig="prethie">prithee</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Why the French men are <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> enemies be they not?</l>
                  <l>And then can <reg orig="hee">he</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="speakes">speaks</reg> with the tongue of an enemy be a</l>
                  <l>good <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg>?</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Answere">Answer</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l>Well <reg orig="sirrha">sirrah</reg>, wilt thou <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Kings</l>
                  <l>mercy, and he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> pardon thee and these, their outrages and rebellious deeds?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Nay, bid the King come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me <reg orig="and">if</reg> he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg>, and then <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg></l>
                  <l>pardon him, or <reg orig="otherwaies">otherways</reg> <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> his <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> tell him, ere it be</l>
                  <l>long.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BB"><speaker>Stafford.</speaker>
                  <l>Go Herald, <reg orig="proclaime">proclaim</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all the Kings <reg orig="Townes">Towns</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> those <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> forsake the <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> Cade,</l>
                  <l>Shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> free pardon from his <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Stafford and his men.</stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Come sirs, saint George <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> and Kent.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>   
            
            <div2 n="3" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Alarums to the battaile, and sir Humphrey Stafford
                  and his brother is slaine. Then enter Iacke
                  Cade againe and the rest.
               </stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Sir Dicke Butcher, thou hast fought <reg orig="to day">today</reg> most <reg orig="valianly">valiantly</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="knockt">knocked</reg> them down as if thou hadst <reg orig="bin">been</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy slaughter house.</l>
                  <l>And thus I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> reward thee. The Lent shall be as long <reg orig="againe">again</reg> as</l>
                  <l>it was. Thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> licence <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="kil">kill</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="foure">four</reg> score and one a week.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Drumme">Drum</reg> strike <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> now <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> march <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="to morrow">tomorrow</reg></l>
                  <l>I <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> sit <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Kings <reg orig="seate">seat</reg> at Westminster.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>   
            
            <div2 n="4" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter the King reading of a Letter, and the Queene, with
                  the Duke of Suffolkes head, and the Lord Say,
                  with others.
               </stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Sir Humphrey Stafford and his brother is <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And the Rebels march <reg orig="amaine">amain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London,</l>
                  <l>Go back <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> them, and tell them thus from me.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> come and parley with their <reg orig="generall">general</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BC"><speaker>Reade.</speaker>
                  <l>Yet <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="reade">read</reg> the Letter one <reg orig="againe">again</reg>.</l>
                  <l>Lord Say, Iacke Cade hath <reg orig="solemnely">solemnly</reg> <reg orig="vowde">vowed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> thy head.</l>
               </sp>
               
               <sp who="BD"><speaker>Say.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, but I hope your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> his.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>How now Madam, still lamenting and mourning <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg></l>
                  <l>Suffolkes death, I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> my <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, if I had <reg orig="bene">been</reg> dead, thou wouldst not</l>
                  <l><reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="mournde">mourned</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> my <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, I should not <reg orig="mourne">mourn</reg>, but die <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter a Messenger.</stage>
               
               <sp who="L"><speaker>Messenger.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> my Lord, the Rebels are entered</l>
                  <l>Southwarke, and <reg orig="haue">have</reg> almost <reg orig="wonne">won</reg> the Bridge,</l>
                  <l>Calling your grace an <reg orig="vsurper">usurper</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> monstrous <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> Cade, hath <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg> King in Westminster,</l>
                  <l>Therefore <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> my Lord, and <reg orig="poste">post</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Killingworth.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Go bid Buckingham and Clifford, gather</l>
                  <l>An Army <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>, and <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> with the Rebels.</l>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg>, let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> haste <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Killingworth.</l>
                  <l>Come <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> Lord Say, go thou along with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> the <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> Cade do <reg orig="finde">find</reg> thee out.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BD"><speaker>Say.</speaker>
                  <l>My innocence my Lord shall <reg orig="pleade">plead</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me.</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="therfore">therefore</reg> with your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> behind.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> as thou wilt my Lord Say.</l>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="Madame">Madam</reg>, let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>   
            
            <div2 n="5" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter the Lord Skayles vpon the Tower
                  walles walking.
                  Enter three or foure Citizens below.
               </stage>
               <sp who="BE"><speaker>Lord Scayles.</speaker>
                  <l>How now, is Iacke Cade <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BF"><speaker>I. Citizen.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> my Lord, nor likely <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> they <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="wonne">won</reg> the bridge,</l>
                  <l>Killing all those <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> withstand them.</l>
                  <l>The Lord Mayor <reg orig="craueth">craveth</reg> <reg orig="ayde">aid</reg> of your <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> from the Tower,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> defend the <reg orig="Citie">City</reg> from the Rebels.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BE"><speaker>Lord Scayles.</speaker>
                  <l>Such <reg orig="aide">aid</reg> as I can spare, you shall command,</l>
                  <l>But I am troubled here with them <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The Rebels <reg orig="haue">have</reg> attempted <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> win the Tower,</l>
                  <l>But get you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Smythfield and gather head,</l>
                  <l>And thither I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> send you Mathew Goffe,</l>
                  <l>Fight <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your King, your Country, and your <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> farewell, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I must hence <reg orig="againe">again</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="6" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter Iacke Cade and the rest and strikes his sword
                  vpon London stone.
               </stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Now is Mortemer Lord of this <reg orig="Citie">City</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And now sitting <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> London stone, <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> command,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> the first <reg orig="yeare">year</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The pissing Cundit run nothing but red wine.</l>
                  <l>And now hence forward, it shall be treason</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> any <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="calles">calls</reg> me any otherwise <reg orig="then">than</reg></l>
                  <l>Lord Mortemer.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter a souldier.</stage>
               <sp who="BG"><speaker>Sould.</speaker>
                  <l>Iacke Cade, Iacke Cade.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Sounes">'swounds</reg>, <reg orig="knocke">knock</reg> him <reg orig="downe">down</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>They kill him.</stage>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, <reg orig="theirs">there is</reg> an Army gathered <reg orig="togither">together</reg></l>
                  <l>Into Smythfield.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Come then, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go fight with them,</l>
                  <l>But first go <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> and set London bridge <reg orig="a fire">afire</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And if you can, <reg orig="burne">burn</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> the Tower too.</l>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> away.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="7" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Alarmes, and then Mathew Goffe is slaine, and all the
                  rest with him. Then enter Iacke Cade again,
                  and his company.
               </stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg>, sirs now go some and pull down the Sauoy,</l>
                  <l>Others <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Innes">Inns</reg> of the Court, <reg orig="downe">down</reg> with them all.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <l>I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a <reg orig="sute">suit</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your Lordship.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Be it a Lordship Dicke, and thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> it</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> word.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> may go <reg orig="burne">burn</reg> all the Records,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> all writing may be put <reg orig="downe">down</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And nothing <reg orig="vsde">used</reg> but the score and the Tally.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Dicke it shall be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, and henceforward all things shall be<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> common, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Cheapeside shall my <reg orig="palphrey">palfrey</reg> go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="grasse">grass</reg>.<lb/>
                     Why <reg orig="ist">is it</reg> not a miserable thing, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> of the skin of an innocent lamb<lb/>
                     should parchment be made, and then with a <reg orig="litle">little</reg> blotting <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> with<lb/>
                     <reg orig="inke">ink</reg>, a man should <reg orig="vndo">undo</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>.
                  Some <reg orig="saies">says</reg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> the bees that7H61; sting, but I say, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> their <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I
                  am sure I <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="seald">sealed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="any thing">anything</reg> but once, and I was <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> mine
                  <reg orig="owne">own</reg> man since. </p> </sp>
                  
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nicke.</speaker>
                  <l>But when shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> take <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> those commodities</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> you told <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> of.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Marry he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> lustily stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> it,</l>
                  <l>Shall go with me, and take <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> these commodities following:</l>
                  <l>Item, a <reg orig="gowne">gown</reg>, a kirtle, a <reg orig="petticoate">petticoat</reg>, and a <reg orig="smocke">smock</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter George.</stage>
             
               <sp who="AU"><speaker>George.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, a prize, a prize, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> the Lord Say,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> sold the <reg orig="Townes">Towns</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Come hither thou Say, thou George, thou <reg orig="buckrum">buckram</reg> lord,</l>
                  <l>What <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> canst thou make <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my <reg orig="mightinesse">mightiness</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="deliuering">delivering</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the <reg orig="townes">towns</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="Mounsier">Monsieur</reg> bus mine cue,</l>
                  <l>the Dolphin of France?</l>
                  <p>And more <reg orig="then">than</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, thou hast most traitorously erected a <reg orig="grammer">grammar</reg><lb/>
                     <reg orig="schoole">school</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> infect the youth of the <reg orig="realme">realm</reg>, and against the Kings<lb/>
                     <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> and <reg orig="dignitie">dignity</reg>, thou hast built <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> a paper-mill, nay it <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be<lb/>
                     said <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy face, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thou <reg orig="kepst">keepest</reg> men <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy house <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> daily <reg orig="reades">reads</reg><lb/>
                     of <reg orig="bookes">books</reg> with red letters, and <reg orig="talkes">talks</reg> of a <reg orig="Nowne">Noun</reg> and a <reg orig="Verbe">Verb</reg>, and<lb/>
                     such <reg orig="abhominable">abominable</reg> words as <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> Christian <reg orig="eare">ear</reg> is able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> endure it.<lb/>
                     And besides all <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, thou hast appointed <reg orig="certaine">certain</reg> <reg orig="Iustises">Justices</reg> of peace<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> shire <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hang honest men <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="steale">steal</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their <reg orig="liuing">living</reg>, and<lb/>
                     because they could not <reg orig="reade">read</reg>, thou hast hung them <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>: <reg orig="Onely">Only</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg><lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> cause they were most worthy <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="liue">live</reg>. Thou ridest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> a <reg orig="footcloth">foot cloth</reg> doest thou not?</p>
               </sp>

               <sp who="BD"><speaker>Say.</speaker>
                  <p>Yes, what of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Marry I say, thou oughtest not <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> let thy horse <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> a<lb/>
                     <reg orig="cloake">cloak</reg>, when an honester man <reg orig="then">than</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, goes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his hose and<lb/>
                     doublet.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BD"><speaker>Say.</speaker>
                  <p>You men of Kent.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <p>Kent, what of Kent?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BD"><speaker>Say.</speaker>
                  <p>Nothing but bona, terra.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Bonum terum, sounds whats <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <p>He <reg orig="speakes">speaks</reg> French.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AY"><speaker>Will.</speaker>
                  <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> Dutch.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AT"><speaker>Nicke.</speaker>
                  <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <reg orig="outtalian">italian</reg>, I know it well <reg orig="inough">enough</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BD"><speaker>Say.</speaker>
                  <l>Kent, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Commentaries Caesar wrote,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Termde">Termed</reg> it the <reg orig="ciuel'st">civilest</reg> place of all this land,</l>
                  <l>Then noble Country-men, <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> me but <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>,</l>
                  <l>I sold not France, I lost not Normandie.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>But wherefore doest thou shake thy head <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BD"><speaker>Say.</speaker>
                  <l>It is the <reg orig="palsie">palsy</reg> and not <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> makes me.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Nay thou <reg orig="nodst">noddest</reg> thy head, as <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> say, thou wilt be <reg orig="euen">even</reg><lb/>
                     with me, if thou <reg orig="getst">gettest</reg> away, but <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make the sure <reg orig="inough">enough</reg>, now I<lb/>
                     <reg orig="haue">have</reg> thee. Go take him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="standerd">standard</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Cheapeside and chop <reg orig="of">off</reg><lb/>
                     his head, and then go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> milende-greene, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> sir Iames Cromer his<lb/>
                     <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> law, and cut off his head too, and bring them <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg><lb/>
                     two poles presently. Away with him.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet one or two, with the Lord Say.</stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>There shall not a noble man <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> a head <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his shoulders,</l>
                  <l>But he shall <reg orig="paie">pay</reg> me tribute <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> it.</l>
                  <l>Nor there <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> not a <reg orig="mayd">maid</reg> be married, but he <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> fee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Maydenhead">Maidenhead</reg> or else, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> it <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Marry I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> married men shall hold of me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> capitie,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> their <reg orig="wiues">wives</reg> <reg orig="shalbe">shall be</reg> as free as <reg orig="hart">heart</reg> can <reg orig="thinke">think</reg>, or <reg orig="toong">tongue</reg> can</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Robin.</stage>
               <sp who="AX"><speaker>Robin.</speaker>
                  <l>O <reg orig="Captaine">Captain</reg>, London bridge is afire.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Runne">Run</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Billingsgate, and <reg orig="fetche">fetch</reg> pitch and <reg orig="flaxe">flax</reg> and<lb/>
                     squench it.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Dicke and a Sargiant.</stage>
               <sp who="BH"><speaker>Sargiant.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Iustice">Justice</reg>, <reg orig="iustice">justice</reg>, I pray you sir, let me <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="iustice">justice</reg> of this<lb/>
                     fellow here.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Why what has he done?</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BH"><speaker>Sarg.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> sir he has <reg orig="rauisht">ravished</reg> my wife.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AW"><speaker>Dicke.</speaker>
                  <l>Why my Lord he would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> rested me,</l>
                  <l>And I went and and <reg orig="entred">entered</reg> my Action <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="wiues">wives</reg> paper house.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Dicke follow thy <reg orig="sute">suit</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> common place,</l>
                  <l>You <reg orig="horson">whoreson</reg> <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, you are a Sargiant <reg orig="youle">you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>Take any man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="throate">throat</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="twelue">twelve</reg> pence,</l>
                  <l>And rest a man when <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> at dinner,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="haue">have</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> prison ere the <reg orig="meate">meat</reg> be out of his mouth.</l>
                  <l>Go Dicke take him hence, cut out his <reg orig="toong">tongue</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> cogging,</l>
                  <l>Hough him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> running, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> conclude,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Braue">Brave</reg> him with his <reg orig="owne">own</reg> mace.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet with the Sargiant. 
                  Enter two with the Lord Sayes head, and sir Iames
                  Cromers, vpon two poles.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg>, come carry them before me, and at <reg orig="euery">every</reg> lanes <reg orig="ende">end</reg>, let them</l>
                  <l><reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> <reg orig="togither">together</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="8" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter the Duke of Buckingham, and Lord Clifford the
                  Earle of Comberland.
               </stage>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Clifford.</speaker>
                  <l>Why country-men and warlike friends of Kent,</l>
                  <l>What <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> this mutinous rebellions,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg> do muster thus <reg orig="your selues">yourselves</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Vnder">Under</reg> the conduct of this Traitor Cade?</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> rise against your <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> Lord and King,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> mildly hath his pardon sent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you,</l>
                  <l>If you forsake this monstrous <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> here?</l>
                  <l>If honour be the <reg orig="marke">mark</reg> whereat you <reg orig="aime">aim</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Then haste <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> our forefathers <reg orig="wonne">won</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="winne">win</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> thing <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> now is lost</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> your Countries <reg orig="ouerthrow">overthrow</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <p>A Clifford, a Clifford.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>They forsake Cade.</stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>Why how now, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you forsake your <reg orig="generall">general</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And ancient <reg orig="freedome">freedom</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="possest">possessed</reg>?</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> bend your <reg orig="neckes">necks</reg> <reg orig="vnder">under</reg> their <reg orig="seruile">servile</reg> yokes,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> if you stir, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="straightwaies">straightaways</reg> hang you <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>But follow me, and you shall pull them <reg orig="downe">down</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And make them <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> their <reg orig="liuings">livings</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your hands.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <p>A Cade, a Cade.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>They runne to Cade againe.</stage>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Braue">Brave</reg> warlike friends <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> me but speak a word,</l>
                  <l>Refuse not good whilst it is offered you,</l>
                  <l>The King is <reg orig="mercifull">merciful</reg>, then <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him,</l>
                  <l>And I <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> go along with you,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> Winsore Castle whereas the King abides,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> mine honour you shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> hurt.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <p>A Clifford, a Clifford, God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> the King.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <l>How <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a feather is this <reg orig="rascall">rascal</reg> company</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Blowne">Blown</reg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> way,</l>
                  <l>But <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> they may see there want <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="valiancy">valiance</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> me,</l>
                  <l>My <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg> shall make way through the midst of you,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> a <reg orig="poxe">pox</reg> take you all.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>He runs through them with his staffe, and flies away.</stage>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>Go some and make after him, and <reg orig="proclaime">proclaim</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> those <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> can bring the head of Cade,</l>
                  <l>Shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a thousand <reg orig="Crownes">Crowns</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his labour.</l>
                  <l>Come march away.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="9" type="scene">
               
               <stage>Enter King Henry and the Queene, and Somerset.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Lord Somerset, what <reg orig="newes">news</reg> here you of the <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> Cade?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Som.</speaker>
                  <l>This, my <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the Lord Say is don <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death,</l>
                  <l>And the <reg orig="Citie">City</reg> is almost <reg orig="sackt">sacked</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Gods <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> be done, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> as he hath <reg orig="decreede">decreed</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> must it be:</l>
                  <l>And be it as he please, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stop the pride of those rebellious men.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Had the noble Duke of Suffolke <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <reg orig="aliue">alive</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> Cade had <reg orig="bene">been</reg> <reg orig="supprest">suppressed</reg> ere this,</l>
                  <l>And all the rest <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> do take part with him.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter the Duke of Buckingham and Clifford, with the
                  Rebels, with halters about their necks.
               </stage>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
                  <l>Long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> King Henry, Englands <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> King,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Loe">Lo</reg> here my Lord, these Rebels are <reg orig="subdude">subdued</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And offer their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> before your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> <reg orig="feete">feet</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>But tell me Clifford, is <reg orig="there">their</reg> <reg orig="Captaine">Captain</reg> here.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
                  <p><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, my <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord, he is fled away, but proclamations<lb/>
                     are sent forth, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> can but bring his head, shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a thousand <lb/>
                     <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg>. But may it please your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> pardon these<lb/>
                     their faults, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> traitors <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> were thus misled.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Stand <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> you simple men, and <reg orig="giue">give</reg> God praise,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> you did take <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hand you know not what,</l>
                  <l>And go <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace obedient <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your King,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="liue">live</reg> as <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg>, and you shall not want,</l>
                  <l>Whilst Henry <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>, and <reg orig="weares">wears</reg> the English <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
                  <l>God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> the King, God <reg orig="saue">save</reg> the King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Come let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="hast">haste</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London now with speed,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="solemne">solemn</reg> <reg orig="prosessions">processions</reg> may be sung,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> laud and honour of the God of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And triumphs of this <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> <reg orig="victorie">victory</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="10" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Enter Iacke Cade at one doore, and at the other, maister Alexander
                  Eyden and his men, and Iack Cade lies downe picking of hearbes
                  and eating them.
               </stage>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <l>Good Lord how pleasant is this country life,</l>
                  <l>This <reg orig="litle">little</reg> land my father left me here,</l>
                  <l>With my contented <reg orig="minde">mind</reg> <reg orig="serues">serves</reg> me as well,</l>
                  <l>As all the pleasures <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Court can <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Nor would I change this pleasure <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the Court.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Sounes">'swounds</reg>, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> the Lord of the <reg orig="soyle">soil</reg>, Stand <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, thou<lb/>
                     wilt <reg orig="betraie">betray</reg> <reg orig="mee">me</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King, and get a thousand <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my<lb/>
                     head, but ere thou goest, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make thee <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> <reg orig="yron">iron</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> an Astridge,<lb/>
                     and swallow my sword <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a great <reg orig="pinne">pin</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <l>Why <reg orig="sawcy">saucy</reg> companion, why should I betray thee?</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ist">Is it</reg> not <reg orig="inough">enough</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thou hast broke my hedges,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="enterd">entered</reg> into my ground without the <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> of me the owner,</l>
                  <l>But thou wilt <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> me too.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Braue">Brave</reg> thee and beard thee too, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the best blood of the<lb/>
                     <reg orig="Realme">Realm</reg>, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> me well, I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="meate">meat</reg> this <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> <reg orig="dayes">days</reg>, yet<lb/>
                     and I do not <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> thee and thy <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> men as dead as a <reg orig="doore">door</reg> <reg orig="nayle">nail</reg>, I<lb/>
                     pray God I may <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="eate">eat</reg> <reg orig="grasse">grass</reg> more.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <p>Nay, it <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> shall be <reg orig="saide">said</reg> whilst the world doth stand,<lb/>
                     <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Alexander Eyden an Esquire of Kent, <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> <reg orig="oddes">odds</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> combat<lb/>
                     with a <reg orig="famisht">famished</reg> man, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> me, my <reg orig="limmes">limbs</reg> are <reg orig="equall">equal</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> thine,<lb/>
                     and <reg orig="euery">every</reg> way as big, then hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> hand, <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> combat thee. <reg orig="Sirrha">Sirrah</reg><lb/>
                     fetch me <reg orig="weopons">weapons</reg>, and stand you all aside.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p>Now sword, if thou doest not hew this burly-bond <reg orig="churle">churl</reg><lb/>
                     into chines of <reg orig="beefe">beef</reg>, I beseech God thou <reg orig="maist">mayest</reg> <reg orig="fal">fall</reg> into some smiths<lb/>
                     hand, and be <reg orig="turnd">turned</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="hobnailes">hobnails</reg>.</p>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <p>Come <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> thy way.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>They fight, and Cade fals downe.</stage>
               <sp who="AV"><speaker>Cade.</speaker>
                  <p><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, thou hast <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> the <reg orig="floure">flower</reg> of Kent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="chiualrie">chivalry</reg>,<lb/>
                     but it is famine and not thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> has done it, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> come ten thousand <lb/>
                     <reg orig="diuels">devils</reg>, and <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me but the ten <reg orig="meales">meals</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I wanted this <reg orig="fiue">five</reg><lb/>
                     <reg orig="daies">days</reg>, and <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> fight with you all, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> a <reg orig="poxe">pox</reg> rot thee, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> Iacke<lb/>
                     Cade must die.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>He dies.</stage>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <p>Iack Cade, and was it <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> monstrous <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg><lb/>
                     <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>. <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> sword <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> honour thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my chamber shalt<lb/>
                     thou hang as a monument <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> after age, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this great <reg orig="seruice">service</reg> thou<lb/>
                     hast done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me. <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> drag him hence, and with my sword cut off his<lb/>
                     head, and <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the King.</p>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet.</stage>
               
            </div2>   
            
         </div1>  
         
         <div1 n="5" type="act">
            
            <div2 n="1" type="scene">
               
               <stage>Enter the Duke of Yorke with Drum and souldiers,</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg> from Ireland comes Yorke <reg orig="amaine">amain</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Ring <reg orig="belles">bells</reg> aloud, bonfires perfume the <reg orig="ayre">air</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="entertaine">entertain</reg> <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> Englands <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> King.</l>
                  <l>Ah Sancta Maiesta, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> would not buy thee <reg orig="deare">dear</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter the Duke of Buckingham.</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>But soft, who comes here Buckingham, what <reg orig="newes">news</reg> with him?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>Yorke, if thou <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> well, I <reg orig="greete">greet</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Humphrey of Buckingham, welcome I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>:</l>
                  <l>What comes thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> or as a Messenger?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>I come as a Messenger from <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> dread Lord and <reg orig="soueraign">sovereign</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Henry. <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> know the reason of these <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace?</l>
                  <l>Or <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thou being a <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> as I am,</l>
                  <l>Shouldst thus approach <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="neare">near</reg> with colours <reg orig="spred">spread</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Whereas the person of the King doth <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>A <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> as he is.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> how I hate these <reg orig="spitefull">spiteful</reg> <reg orig="abiect">abject</reg> <reg orig="termes">terms</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But Yorke dissemble, till thou <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> thy <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg> expect their fathers sight,</l>
                  <l>And not <reg orig="farre">far</reg> hence I know they cannot be.</l>
                  <l>Humphrey Duke of Buckingham, pardon me,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I <reg orig="answearde">answered</reg> not at first, my mind was troubled,</l>
                  <l>I came <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="remoue">remove</reg> that monstrous <reg orig="Rebell">Rebel</reg> Cade,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="heaue">heave</reg> proud Somerset from out the Court,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> basely <reg orig="yeelded">yielded</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the <reg orig="Townes">Towns</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>Why <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> was presumption <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy <reg orig="behalfe">behalf</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But if it be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> otherwise but <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>,</l>
                  <l>The King doth pardon thee, and <reg orig="granst">grantest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy request,</l>
                  <l>And Somerset is sent <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Tower.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> thine honour is it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>Yorke, he is <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> mine honour.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Then before thy face, I here <reg orig="dismisse">dismiss</reg> my <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Sirs, <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> me <reg orig="to morrow">tomorrow</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> saint Georges fields,</l>
                  <l>And there you shall <reg orig="receiue">receive</reg> your <reg orig="paie">pay</reg> of me.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet souldiers.</stage>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>Come York, thou shalt go <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the King,</l>
                  <l>But see, his grace is <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter King Henry.</stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>How now Buckingham, is Yorke friends with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> thus thou <reg orig="bringst">bringest</reg> him hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hand with thee?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="F"><speaker>Buc.</speaker>
                  <l>He is my Lord, and hath <reg orig="dischargde">discharged</reg> his <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg></l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> came with him, but as your grace did say,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="heaue">heave</reg> the Duke of Somerset from hence,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> subdue the Rebels <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> were <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Then welcome cousin Yorke, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me thy hand,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="thankes">thanks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy great <reg orig="seruice">service</reg> done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l>Against those traitorous Irish <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="rebeld">rebelled</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter maister Eyden with Iacke Cades head.</stage>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <l>Long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> triumphant peace,</l>
                  <l>Lo here my Lord <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> my bended knees,</l>
                  <l>I here present the traitorous head of Cade,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> single fight I <reg orig="slue">slew</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>First thanks <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>, and next <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee my friend,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> hast <reg orig="subdude">subdued</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> wicked traitor thus.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Oh">O</reg> let me see <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> head <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his life,</l>
                  <l>Did <reg orig="worke">work</reg> me and my land such <reg orig="cruell">cruel</reg> <reg orig="spight">spite</reg>,</l>
                  <l>A visage <reg orig="sterne">stern</reg>, cole <reg orig="blacke">black</reg> his curled locks,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Deepe">Deep</reg> trenched <reg orig="furrowes">furrows</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his frowning brow,</l>
                  <l>Presageth warlike <reg orig="humors">humours</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his life.</l>
                  <l>Here take it hence and thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy reward,</l>
                  <l>Shalt be <reg orig="immediatly">immediately</reg> created Knight.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Kneele">Kneel</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> my friend, and tell me <reg orig="whats">what is</reg> thy name?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <l>Alexander Eyden, if it please your grace,</l>
                  <l>A <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Esquire of Kent.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Then rise <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> sir Alexander Eyden knight,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy maintenance, I freely <reg orig="giue">give</reg></l>
                  <l>A thousand <reg orig="markes">marks</reg> a <reg orig="yeare">year</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="maintaine">maintain</reg> thee,</l>
                  <l>Beside the <reg orig="firme">firm</reg> reward <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> was <reg orig="proclaimde">proclaimed</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> those <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> could <reg orig="performe">perform</reg> this <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg> act,</l>
                  <l>And thou shalt <reg orig="waight">wait</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the person of the king.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BJ"><speaker>Eyden.</speaker>
                  <l>I humbly thank your grace, and I <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> longer <reg orig="liue">live</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Then I <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> <reg orig="iust">just</reg> and <reg orig="loyall">loyal</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my king.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet.
                  Enter the Queene with the Duke of Somerset.
               </stage>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>O Buckingham see where Somerset comes,</l>
                  <l>Bid him go hide <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg> till Yorke be gone.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>He shall not hide <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> of Yorke,</l>
                  <l>But beard and <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> him proudly <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his face.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Whose"><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, proud Somerset at <reg orig="libertie">liberty</reg>?</l>
                  <l>Base <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thus <reg orig="dishonor'st">dishonourest</reg> me,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>, thou shalt not <reg orig="gouerne">govern</reg> <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> me:</l>
                  <l>I cannot brooke <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Traitors presence here,</l>
                  <l>Nor <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> such a King,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="knowes">knows</reg> not how <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="gouerne">govern</reg> nor <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rule,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Resigne">Resign</reg> thy <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> proud Lancaster <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> thou <reg orig="vsurped">usurped</reg> hast <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> force,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> now is Yorke <reg orig="resolu'd">resolved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> his <reg orig="owne">own</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And rise aloft into <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> Englands <reg orig="Throane">Throne</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="G"><speaker>Somer.</speaker>
                  <l>Proud Traitor, I <reg orig="arest">arrest</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> high treason,</l>
                  <l>Against thy <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> Lord, <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> thee false Yorke,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> here I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>, thou shalt <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Tower,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> these proud words <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> thou hast <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> the king.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Thou art <reg orig="deceiued">deceived</reg>, my <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> <reg orig="shalbe">shall be</reg> my <reg orig="baile">bail</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And send thee there <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="dispight">despite</reg> of him.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Hoe">Ho</reg>, where are you <reg orig="boyes">boys</reg>?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Call Clifford hither presently.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter the Duke of Yorkes sonnes, Edward the Earle of March, and
                  crook-backe Richard, at the one doore, with Drumme and soldiers, 
                  and at the other doore, enter Clifford and his sonne, with
                  Drumme and souldiers, and Clifford kneeles to Henry, and
                  speakes.
               </stage>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
                  <l>Long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> my noble Lord, and <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> thee Clifford.</l>
                  <l>Nay, do not affright <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> with thy <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg>,</l>
                  <l>If thou didst mistake, <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> pardon thee, <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
                  <l>Why, I did <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> way mistake, this is my King.</l>
                  <l>What is he mad? <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Bedlam with him.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, a bedlam <reg orig="frantike">frantic</reg> <reg orig="humor">humour</reg> <reg orig="driues">drives</reg> him thus</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="leauy">levy</reg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg> against his <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> King.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
                  <l>Why doth not your grace send him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Tower?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>He is <reg orig="arested">arrested</reg>, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not obey,</l>
                  <l>His <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> he saith, shall be his <reg orig="baile">bail</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>How say you <reg orig="boyes">boys</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you not?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BK"><speaker>Edward.</speaker>
                  <l>Yes noble father, if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> words <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="serue">serve</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Richard.</speaker>
                  <l>And if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> words <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> swords shall.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Call hither <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the stake, my two rough <reg orig="beares">bears</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Call Buckingham, and bid him <reg orig="Arme">Arm</reg> <reg orig="himselfe">himself</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Call Buckingham and all the friends thou hast,</l>
                  <l>Both thou and they, shall curse this <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> <reg orig="houre">hour</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter at one doore, the Earles of Salsbury and Warwicke, with
                  Drumme and souldiers. And at the other, the Duke of Buckingham, 
                  with Drumme and souldiers.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
                  <l>Are these thy <reg orig="beares">bears</reg>? <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="bayte">bait</reg> them <reg orig="soone">soon</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Dispight">Despite</reg> of thee and all the friends thou hast.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>You had best go <reg orig="dreame">dream</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> you from the tempest of the field.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
                  <l>I am <reg orig="resolu'd">resolved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> a greater <reg orig="storme">storm</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Then any thou canst <reg orig="coniure">conjure</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <reg orig="to day">today</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> write <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> thy <reg orig="Burgonet">Burganet</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Might I but know thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> thy <reg orig="houshold">household</reg> badge.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my fathers age, old Neuels crest,</l>
                  <l>The Rampant <reg orig="Beare">Bear</reg> <reg orig="chaind">chained</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the ragged <reg orig="staffe">staff</reg>,</l>
                  <l>This day <reg orig="ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> aloft my <reg orig="burgonet">burganet</reg>,</l>
                  <l>As <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> a <reg orig="mountaine">mountain</reg> top the <reg orig="Caedar">Cedar</reg> <reg orig="showes">shows</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="keepes">keeps</reg> his <reg orig="leaues">leaves</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="spight">spite</reg> of any <reg orig="storme">storm</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> affright the with the view thereof.</l> 
               </sp>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
                  <l>And from thy <reg orig="burgonet">burganet</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I rend the <reg orig="beare">bear</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And tread him <reg orig="vnderfoote">underfoot</reg> with all contempt,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Dispight">Despite</reg> the <reg orig="Beare-ward">Bearward</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> protects him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Yoong Clif.</speaker>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <reg orig="renowmed">renowned</reg> <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> quell these Traitors and their <reg orig="compleases">accomplices</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Richard.</speaker>
                  <l>Fie, <reg orig="Charitie">Charity</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> shame, <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> it not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="spight">spite</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> you shall sup with Iesus Christ <reg orig="to night">tonight</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Yoong Clif.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Foule">Foul</reg> <reg orig="Stigmaticke">Stigmatic</reg> thou canst not tell.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> if not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>, <reg orig="youle">you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> surely sup <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hell.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
            </div2>
            
            <div2 n="2" type="scene">
               
               <stage>
                  Alarmes to the battaile, and then enter the Duke of Somerset
                  and Richard fighting, and Richard kils him vnder the signe of
                  the Castle in saint Albones.
               </stage>
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> Lie thou there, and breathe thy last.</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Whats">What is</reg> here, the <reg orig="signe">sign</reg> of the Castle?</l>
                  <l>Then the <reg orig="prophesie">prophecy</reg> is come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="passe">pass</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Somerset was forewarned of Castles,</l>
                  <l>The <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> he <reg orig="alwaies">always</reg> did <reg orig="obserue">observe</reg>.</l>
                  <l>And now behold, <reg orig="vnder">under</reg> a paltry Ale-house <reg orig="signe">sign</reg>,</l>
                  <l>The Castle <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> saint Albones,</l>
                  <l>Somerset hath made the <reg orig="Wissard">Wizard</reg> famous <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his death.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet.
                  Alarme again, and enter the Earle of
                  Warwicke alone.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Clifford of Comberland, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> Warwicke <reg orig="calles">calls</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And if thou doest not hide thee from the <reg orig="Beare">Bear</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Now whilst the angry <reg orig="Trompets">Trumpets</reg> sound <reg orig="Alarmes">Alarms</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And dead <reg orig="mens">men's</reg> cries do fill the <reg orig="emptie">empty</reg> <reg orig="aire">air</reg>:</l>
                  <l>Clifford I say, come forth and fight with me,</l>
                  <l>Proud <reg orig="Northerne">Northern</reg> Lord, Clifford of Comberland,</l>
                  <l>Warwicke is hoarse with calling thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="Armes">Arms</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Clifford speakes within.</stage>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>Warwicke stand still, and view the way <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Clifford <reg orig="hewes">hews</reg> with</l>
                  <l>his murthering <reg orig="Curtelaxe">Curtle-axe</reg>, through the fainting <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="finde">find</reg></l>
                  <l>thee out.</l>
                  <l>Warwicke stand still, and stir not till I come.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Enter Yorke.</stage>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>How now my Lord, what a <reg orig="foote">foot</reg>?</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> <reg orig="kild">killed</reg> your horse?</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>The deadly hand of Clifford. Noble Lord,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Fiue">Five</reg> horse this day <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> <reg orig="vnder">under</reg> me,</l>
                  <l>And yet <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> Warwicke I <reg orig="remaine">remain</reg> <reg orig="aliue">alive</reg>,</l>
                  <l>But I did kill his horse he <reg orig="lou'd">loved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> well,</l>
                  <l>The boniest gray <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> ere was bred <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> North.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter Clifford, and Warwicke offers to
                  fight with him.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Hold Warwicke, and <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> thee out some other chase,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="My selfe">Myself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> hunt this <reg orig="deare">deer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l><reg orig="Braue">Brave</reg> Lord, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> thou fights,</l>
                  <l>Clifford farewell, as I <reg orig="entend">intend</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> prosper well <reg orig="to day">today</reg>,</l>
                  <l>It <reg orig="grieues">grieves</reg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> thee <reg orig="vnassaild">unassailed</reg>.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Exet Warwicke.</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Now Clifford, since <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are singled here alone,</l>
                  <l>Be this the day of <reg orig="doome">doom</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> one of <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> now my heart hath <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> <reg orig="immortall">immortal</reg> hate</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> thee and all the house of Lancaster.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="BI"><speaker>Cliffood.</speaker>
                  <l>And here I stand, and pitch my foot <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thine,</l>
                  <l>Vowing <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> stir, till thou or I be <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>.</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> shall my heart be safe at rest,</l>
                  <l>Till I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="spoyld">spoiled</reg> the <reg orig="hatefull">hateful</reg> house of Yorke.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>Alarmes, and they fight, and Yorke kils Clifford.</stage>
               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>Now Lancaster sit sure, thy <reg orig="sinowes">sinews</reg> <reg orig="shrinke">shrink</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Come <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> Henry <reg orig="grouelling">grovelling</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy face,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Yeeld">Yield</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> thy <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Prince of Yorke.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet Yorke. 
                  Alarmes, then enter yoong Clifford alone.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Yoong Clifford.</speaker>
                  <l>Father of Comberland,</l>
                  <l>Where may I <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> my aged father forth?</l>
                  <l>O! <reg orig="dismall">dismal</reg> sight, see where he <reg orig="breathlesse">breathless</reg> lies,</l>
                  <l>All <reg orig="smeard">smeared</reg> and <reg orig="weltred">weltered</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="luke-warme">lukewarm</reg> blood,</l>
                  <l>Ah, aged pillar of all Comberlands true house,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Sweete">Sweet</reg> father, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy <reg orig="murthred">murthered</reg> <reg orig="ghoast">ghost</reg> I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Immortall">Immortal</reg> hate <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the house of Yorke,</l>
                  <l>Nor <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> shall I <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg> secure one night,</l>
                  <l>Till I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> furiously <reg orig="reuengde">revenged</reg> thy death,</l>
                  <l>And left not one of them <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> breath <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> earth.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>He takes him vp on his backe.</stage>
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Yoong Clifford.</speaker>
                  <l>And thus as old Ankyses <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> did <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> </l>
                  <l>His aged father <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his manly <reg orig="backe">back</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And fought with him against the <reg orig="bloodie">bloody</reg> Greeks,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I. But <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> one of them,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> whom my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> hath <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> <reg orig="immortall">immortal</reg> hate.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Enter Richard, and then Clifford laies downe his father,
                  fights with him, and Richard flies away againe.
               </stage>   
               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Yoong Clifford.</speaker>
                  <l>Out <reg orig="crooktbacke">crooked-back</reg> <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, get thee from my sight,</l>
                  <l>But I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> after thee, and once <reg orig="againe">again</reg></l>
                  <l>When I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> borne my father <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his Tent,</l>
                  <l><reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="trie">try</reg> my fortune better with thee yet.</l>
               </sp>
               <stage>
                  Exet yoong Clifford with his father.
                  Alarmes againe, and then enter three or foure, bearing the Duke
                  of Buckingham wounded to his Tent.
                  Alarmes still, and then enter the King and Queene.
               </stage>
               <sp who="C"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
                  <l>Away my Lord, and <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London straight,</l>
                  <l>Make <reg orig="hast">haste</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> vengeance comes along with them,</l>
                  <l>Come stand not <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> expostulate, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="B"><speaker>King.</speaker>
                  <l>Come then <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="hast">haste</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="sommon">summon</reg> a <reg orig="Parlament">Parliament</reg> with <reg orig="speede">speed</reg>,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> stop the fury of these <reg orig="dyre">dire</reg> <reg orig="euents">events</reg>.</l>
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               <stage>Exet King and Queene.</stage>
               
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                  Alarmes, and then a flourish, and enter the Duke of
                  Yorke and Richard.
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               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>How now <reg orig="boyes">boys</reg>, fortunate this fight hath <reg orig="bene">been</reg>,</l>
                  <l>I hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> and ours, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Englands good,</l>
                  <l>And <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> great honour, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> long <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> lost,</l>
                  <l>Whilst faint-heart Henry did <reg orig="vsurpe">usurp</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> rights:</l>
                  <l>But did you see old Salsbury, since <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg></l>
                  <l>With <reg orig="bloodie">bloody</reg> <reg orig="mindes">minds</reg> did buckle with the foe,</l>
                  <l>I would not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="losse">loss</reg> of this right hand,</l>
                  <l><seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> ought but well betide <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> good old man.</l>
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               <sp who="BL"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
                  <l>My Lord, I saw him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the thickest throng,</l>
                  <l>Charging his Lance with his old weary <reg orig="armes">arms</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="thrise">thrice</reg> I saw him beaten from his horse,</l>
                  <l>And <reg orig="thrise">thrice</reg> this hand did set him <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg>,</l>
                  <l>And still he fought with courage <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> his foes,</l>
                  <l>The boldest <reg orig="sprited">spirited</reg> man <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> ere mine eyes beheld.</l>
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               <stage>Enter Salibbury and Warwicke.</stage>
               <sp who="BK"><speaker>Edward.</speaker>
                  <l>See noble father, where they both do come,</l>
                  <l>The <reg orig="onely">only</reg> props <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the house of Yorke.</l>
               </sp>
               <sp who="H"><speaker>Salsb.</speaker>
                  <l>Well hast thou fought this day, thou valiant Duke,</l>
                  <l>And thou <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> bud of Yorkes <reg orig="encreasing">increasing</reg> house,</l>
                  <l>The small remainder of my weary life,</l>
                  <l>I hold <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> with thy warlike <reg orig="arme">arm</reg>,</l>
                  <l>Three times this day thou hast <reg orig="preseru'd">preserved</reg> my life.</l>
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               <sp who="J"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
                  <l>What say you Lords, the King is fled <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London?</l>
                  <l>There as I <reg orig="here">hear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hold a <reg orig="Parlament">Parliament</reg>.</l>
                  <l>What <reg orig="saies">says</reg> Lord Warwicke, shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> after them?</l>
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               <sp who="I"><speaker>War.</speaker>
                  <l>After them, nay before them if <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> can.</l>
                  <l>Now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my faith Lords, <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> a glorious day,</l>
                  <l>Saint Albones <reg orig="battaile">battle</reg> <reg orig="wonne">won</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> famous Yorke,</l>
                  <l>Shall be <reg orig="eternest">eternized</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all age <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> come.</l>
                  <l>Sound <reg orig="Drummes">Drums</reg> and Trumpets, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London all,</l>
                  <l>And more such <reg orig="daies">days</reg> as these <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> befall.</l>
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               <stage>Exet omnes.</stage>
               
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         <trailer>FINIS.</trailer>         
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