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 <title> The True Tragedy of Richard Duke of York: a machine-readable transcription of the 1595 Octavo </title> 
 <resp> compiled <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> </resp><name>Hugh Craig</name></respStmt> 
 <edition> Version 1 </edition> 
 <date> 2008 </date> 
 <authority> Hugh Craig, Newcastle, 2008; VARDed and checked September, 2017</authority> 
 <p> Electronic text from Internet Shakespeare Editions, accessed 19 August 2008. 
 Checked against Early English Books 1475-1640 microfilm copy of STC 21006</p></sourceDesc>
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 following declarations.
 <name id="A"> Richard Duke of York</name> 
 <name id="B"> Warwick </name> 
 <name id="C"> Edward Earl of March afterwards King Edward </name> 
 <name id="D"> Montague </name> 
 <name id="E"> Richard afterwards Duke of Gloucester </name>
 <name id="F"> Duke of Norfolk </name> 
 <name id="G"> King Henry </name> 
 <name id="H"> Northumberland</name> 
 <name id="I"> Clifford</name> 
 <name id="J"> Westmorland </name> 
 <name id="K"> George later Duke of Clarence</name> 
 <name id="L"> Messenger </name>
 <name id="M">Queen</name> 
 <name id="N"> Prince</name> 
 <name id="O"> Sir John</name> 
 <name id="P"> Tutor</name> 
 <name id="Q"> Rutland</name>
 <name id="R"> Messenger</name> 
 <name id="S"> First Soldier</name> 
 <name id="T"> Second Soldier</name> 
 <name id="U"> Keeper</name> 
 <name id="V"> Lady Elizabeth Grey</name> 
 <name id="W">King Louis</name> 
 <name id="X"> Characters speaking together </name>
 <name id="Y"> Earl of Oxford</name>
 <name id="Z"> Lady Bona</name> 
 <name id="AA">Post </name> 
 <name id="AB"> Hastings</name>
 <name id="AC"> Huntsman</name> 
 <name id="AD"> Lord Rivers</name> 
 <name id="AE"> Mayor of York</name> 
 <name id="AF"> Somerset</name> 
 <name id="AG"> Sommerfield</name> 
 <name id="AH"> Post from Oxford</name> 
 <name id="AI"> Post from Montague</name>
 <name id="AJ"> </name>
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 <language id="French"> French </language> 
 <front><titlePart>The true Tragedie of Richard Duke of Yorke, and the death of good King Henrie the Sixt, 
 with the whole contention <reg orig="betweene">between</reg> the two Houses Lancaster and Yorke, as it was <reg orig="sundrie">sundry</reg> times 
 acted by the Right Honourable the <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Pembrooke his seruants. 
 Printed at London by P.<reg orig="S">Saint</reg>. for Thomas Millington, and are to be sold at his <reg orig="shoppe">shop</reg> 
 <reg orig="vnder">under</reg> Saint Peters Church <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Cornwal. 1595.</titlePart></front>
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<stage>Enter Richard Duke of Yorke, The Earle of Warwicke, The Duke of Norffolke, Marquis Montague, Edward Earle of March, 
 Crookeback Richard, and the yong Earle of Rutland, with Drumme and Souldiers, with white Roses <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their hats. </stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>Warwike.</speaker>
<l> I Wonder how the king <reg orig="escapt">escaped</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> hands. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
<l> Whilst <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="pursude">pursued</reg> the horsemen </l>
<l> of the North, </l>
<l> He <reg orig="slilie">slyly</reg> stole <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> and left his men: </l>
<l> Whereat the great Lord of Northumland, </l>
<l> Whose warlike <reg orig="eares">ears</reg> could <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> brooke <reg orig="retrait">retreat</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Chargde">Charged</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> maine <reg orig="battels">battle's</reg> front, and therewith him </l>
<l> Lord Stafford and Lord Clifford all <reg orig="abrest">abreast</reg> </l>
<l> Brake <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> and were <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the hands of common <reg orig="Souldiers">Soldiers</reg> slain. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Lord Staffords father Duke of Buckingham, </l>
<l> Is either <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> or wounded <reg orig="dangerouslie">dangerously</reg>, </l>
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<l> I cleft his <reg orig="Beuer">Beaver</reg> with a <reg orig="downe right">downright</reg> blow: </l>
<l> Father <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> this is true behold his <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Mont.</speaker>
<l> And brother <reg orig="heeres">here is</reg> the <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Wiltshires </l>
<l> <reg orig="Bloud">Blood</reg>, whom I <reg orig="encountred">encountered</reg> as the <reg orig="battailes">battles</reg> <reg orig="ioind">joined</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me and tell them what I did. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> What is your grace dead my <reg orig="L">Lord</reg>. of Summerset? </l></sp>
<sp who="F"><speaker>Norf.</speaker>
<l> Such hope <reg orig="haue">have</reg> all the line of Iohn of Gawnt. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Thus <reg orig="doe">do</reg> I hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> shape king Henries head. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> do I victorious prince of Yorke, </l>
<l> Before I see thee seated <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> throne </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> now the house of Lancaster <reg orig="vsurpes">usurps</reg>, </l>
<l> I vow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="heauens">heavens</reg> these <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> close. </l>
<l> This is the <reg orig="pallace">palace</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> king, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> the <reg orig="regall">regal</reg> <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg>? <reg orig="Possesse">Possess</reg> it Yorke: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> this is thine and not king Henries <reg orig="heires">heirs</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Assist me then sweet Warwike, and I <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg>: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> hither are <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> broken <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> force. </l></sp>
<sp who="F"><speaker>Norf.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> all assist thee, and he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> flies shall die. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Thanks gentle Norffolke. <reg orig="Staie">Stay</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> me my Lords, </l>
<l> and <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> you <reg orig="heere">here</reg> and lodge this night: </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> And when the king comes offer him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> </l>
<l> Violence, <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> he seek <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> put <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> out <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> force. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Armde">Armed</reg> as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> be, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> within this house? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> The <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> <reg orig="parlement">parliament</reg> shall this be <reg orig="calde">called</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> Plantagenet Duke of Yorke be king </l>
<l> And <reg orig="bashfull">bashful</reg> Henrie be <reg orig="deposde">deposed</reg>, whose <reg orig="cowardise">cowardice</reg> </l>
<l> Hath made <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> by-words <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> enemies. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Then <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> me not my Lords: <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> now I <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> take possession of my right. </l></sp>
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 <sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Neither the king, nor him <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="loues">loves</reg> him best, </l>
<l> The proudest <reg orig="burd">bird</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> holds <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> Lancaster. </l>
<l> Dares <reg orig="stirre">stir</reg> a wing if Warwike shake his <reg orig="bels">bells</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> plant Plantagenet: and root him out <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> dares? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Resolue">Resolve</reg> thee Richard: <reg orig="Claime">Claim</reg> the English <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter king Henrie the sixt, with the Duke of Excester, 
 The Earle of Northumberland, the Earle of Westmerland
 and Clifford, the Earle of Cumberland, with red Roses in their hats.</stage>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> Lordings where the sturdy rebel sits, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg> of state: belike he <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Backt">Backed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the power of Warwike <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> false <reg orig="peere">peer</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> aspire <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, and <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg> as king. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Northumberland, he slew thy father. </l>
<l> And thine Clifford: and you both <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="vow'd">vowed</reg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> him, his <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>, his <reg orig="fauorites">favourites</reg>, and his friends. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Northu.</speaker> 
<l> And if I be not, <reg orig="heauens">heavens</reg> be <reg orig="reuengd">revenged</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> me. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> The hope thereof, makes Clifford mourn <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> steel. </l></sp>
<sp who="J"><speaker>West.</speaker>
<l> What? shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> suffer this, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> pull him <reg orig="downe">down</reg>. </l>
<l> My hart <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> anger <reg orig="breakes">breaks</reg>, I cannot <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Be patient gentle <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Westmerland. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Patience is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="pultrouns">poltroons</reg> such as he </l>
<l> He durst not sit there had your father <reg orig="liu'd">lived</reg>? </l>
<l> My <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord: here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="Parlement">Parliament</reg>, </l>
<l> Let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="assaile">assail</reg> the <reg orig="familie">family</reg> of Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>North.</speaker>
<l> Well hast thou spoken <reg orig="cosen">cousin</reg>, be it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> O know you not the <reg orig="Cittie">City</reg> <reg orig="fauours">favours</reg> them, </l>
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<l> And they <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg> of soldiers at their <reg orig="becke">beck</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> But when the <reg orig="D">Duke</reg>. is <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>, <reg orig="theile">they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="quicklie">quickly</reg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Far be it from the <reg orig="thoughtes">thoughts</reg> of Henries hart, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> make a shambles of the <reg orig="parlement">parliament</reg> house. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Cosen">Cousin</reg> of Exeter, words, <reg orig="frownes">frowns</reg>, and threats, </l>
<l> Shall be the <reg orig="warres">wars</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Henrie <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg>. </l>
<l> Thou factious duke of Yorke, descend my throne, </l>
<l> I am thy <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Thou art <reg orig="deceiu'd">deceived</reg>: I am thine. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> shame come <reg orig="downe">down</reg> he made thee <reg orig="D">Pence</reg>. of </l>
<l> York. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> mine inheritance as the <reg orig="kingdome">kingdom</reg> is. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> Thy father was a <reg orig="traytor">traitor</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Exeter thou art a traitor <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> following this <reg orig="vsurping">usurping</reg> Henry. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Whom should he follow but his <reg orig="naturall">natural</reg> king. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> True Clif. and <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is Richard Duke of Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> And shall I <reg orig="stande">stand</reg> while thou sittest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my </l>
<l> throne? </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Content <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> it must and shall be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Be Duke of Lancaster, let him be king. </l></sp>
<sp who="J"><speaker>West.</speaker>
<l> Why? he is both king <reg orig="& ">and</reg> Duke of Lancaster, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> the <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Westmerland shall <reg orig="mainetaine">maintain</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> And Warwike shall <reg orig="disproue">disprove</reg> it. You forget </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are those <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> chaste you from the field </l>
<l> And slew your father, and with colours <reg orig="spred">spread</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Marcht">Marched</reg> through the <reg orig="Cittie">City</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="pallas">palace</reg> gates. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Nor.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> Warwike I remember it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> thou and thy house shall <reg orig="rew">rue</reg> it. </l></sp>
<sp who="J"><speaker>West.</speaker>
<l> Plantagenet of thee and of thy <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>, </l>
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<l> Thy kinsmen and thy <reg orig="friendes">friends</reg>, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> more <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Then">Than</reg>, drops of <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> were <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> <reg orig="vaines">veins</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Vrge">Urge</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more, <reg orig="least">lest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> thereof, </l>
<l> I send thee Warwike such a messenger, </l>
<l> As shall <reg orig="reueng">revenge</reg> his death before I <reg orig="stirre">stir</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Poore">Poor</reg> Clifford, how I <reg orig="skorn">scorn</reg> thy <reg orig="worthles">worthless</reg> threats </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg></reg> ye <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="shew">show</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> title <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, </l>
<l> Or else <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> swords shall plead it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> What title <reg orig="haste">hast</reg> thou traitor <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>? </l>
<l> Thy father was as thou art Duke of Yorke, </l>
<l> Thy grandfather Roger Mortimer <reg orig="earle">earl</reg> of March, </l>
<l> I am the <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> of Henrie the <reg orig="Fift">Fifth</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> <reg orig="tamde">tamed</reg> the French, </l>
<l> And made the Dolphin <reg orig="stoope">stoop</reg>, and <reg orig="seazd">seized</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> their </l>
<l> <reg orig="Townes">Towns</reg> and <reg orig="prouinces">provinces</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Talke">Talk</reg> not of France since thou hast lost it all. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> The Lord protector lost it and not I, </l>
<l> When I was <reg orig="crownd">crowned</reg> I was but nine months old. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> You are <reg orig="olde">old</reg> enough now and yet <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> </l>
<l> you lose, </l>
<l> Father <reg orig="teare">tear</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> from the <reg orig="Vsurpers">Usurper's</reg> head. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Do <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> sweet father, set it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> your head. </l></sp>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Mont.</speaker>
<l> Good brother as thou <reg orig="lou'st">lovest</reg> <reg orig="& ">and</reg> <reg orig="honorst">honourest</reg> <reg orig="armes">arms</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Lets">Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> fight it out and not stand <reg orig="cauilling">cavilling</reg> thus. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Sound drums and trumpets <reg orig="&">and</reg> the king <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> fly. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Peace <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>: </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Northum.</speaker>
<l> Peace thou and <reg orig="giue">give</reg> king Henry <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Ah Plantagenet, why seekest thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> depose </l>
<l> me? </l>
<l> Are <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> not both both Plantagenets <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> birth, </l>
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<l> And from two brothers <reg orig="lineallie">lineally</reg> <reg orig="discent">descent</reg>? </l>
<l> Suppose <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> right and <reg orig="equitie">equity</reg> thou be king, </l>
<l> Thinkst thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> my <reg orig="kinglie">kingly</reg> <reg orig="seate">seat</reg> </l>
<l> Wherein my father and my grandsire sat? </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, first shall <reg orig="warre">war</reg> <reg orig="vnpeople">unpeople</reg> this my <reg orig="realme">realm</reg>, </l>
<l> I and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> colours often borne <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France, </l>
<l> And now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> England <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="harts">hearts'</reg> great sorrow </l>
<l> Shall be my winding <reg orig="sheete">sheet</reg>, why faint you Lords? </l>
<l> My <reg orig="titles">title is</reg> better <reg orig="farre">far</reg> than his. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Proue">Prove</reg> it Henrie and thou shalt be king? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Why Henrie the fourth <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> conquest got the </l>
<l> <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="T'was">It was</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> rebellion <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> his <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> I know not what <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="saie">say</reg> my <reg orig="titles">title is</reg> <reg orig="weake">weak</reg>, </l>
<l> Tell me <reg orig="maie">may</reg> not a king adopt an <reg orig="heire">heir</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> What then? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Then am I <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> king <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Richard </l>
<l> The second <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the view of <reg orig="manie">many</reg> Lords </l>
<l> <reg orig="Resignde">Resigned</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Henrie the fourth,. </l>
<l> Whose <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> my Father was, and I am his. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> I tell thee he rose against him being his </l>
<l> <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg>, <reg orig="& ">and</reg> made him <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="resigne">resign</reg> the crown perforce. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Suppose my Lord he did it <reg orig="vnconstrainde">unconstrained</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Thinke">Think</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> were <reg orig="preiudiciall">prejudicial</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> he could not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <reg orig="resigne">resign</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the next <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> must succeed and <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Art thou against <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, Duke of Exceter? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> His is the right, and therefore pardon me. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> All <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="reuolt">revolt</reg> from me and <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him. </l></sp>
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<sp who="H"><speaker>Northum.</speaker>
<l> Plantagenet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> all the <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> thou <reg orig="laist">layest</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Thinke">Think</reg> not king Henry shall be thus <reg orig="deposde">deposed</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Deposde">Deposed</reg> he shall be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="despight">despite</reg> of thee. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>North.</speaker>
<l> Tush Warwike, Thou art <reg orig="deceiued">deceived</reg>? <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> not thy </l>
<l> <reg orig="Southerne">Southern</reg> powers of Essex, Suffolke, Norffolke, and of </l>
<l> Kent <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> makes thee thus presumptuous and proud, </l>
<l> Can set the Duke <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="despight">despite</reg> of me. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
<l> King Henrie be thy title right or wrong, </l>
<l> Lord Clifford <reg orig="vowes">vows</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy defence. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Maie">May</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> ground gape and swallow me <reg orig="aliue">alive</reg>, </l>
<l> Where I do <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> slew my father. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> O Clifford, how thy words <reg orig="reuiue">revive</reg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Henry of Lancaster <reg orig="resigne">resign</reg> thy <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l>
<l> What mutter you? or what conspire you Lords? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Doe">Do</reg> right <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> this <reg orig="princelie">princely</reg> Duke of Yorke, </l>
<l> Or I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> fill the house with armed men, </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Souldiers.</stage>
 <sp who="A">
<l> And <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> the <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg> of state where now he sits, </l>
<l> Wright <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> his title with thy <reg orig="vsurping">usurping</reg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> O Warwike, <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> me <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l>
<l> Let me but <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> quiet whilst I <reg orig="liue">live</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Confirme">Confirm</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> mine <reg orig="heires">heirs</reg> </l>
<l> And thou shalt <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> quiet whilst thou <reg orig="liu'st">livest</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Conuey">Convey</reg> the <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> hence, and then I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Captaine">Captain</reg> conduct them into Tuthill <reg orig="fieldes">fields</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> What wrong is this <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the Prince your son? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> What good is this <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> England and <reg orig="himself">himself</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Northum.</speaker>
<l> Base, <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg>, and despairing Henry. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> How hast thou wronged both <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> and <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>? </l></sp>
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<sp who="J"><speaker>West.</speaker>
<l> I cannot <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> these Articles. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Nor I, Come <reg orig="cosen">cousin</reg> <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go tell the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Northum.</speaker>
<l> Be thou a <reg orig="praie">pray</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the house of Yorke, </l>
<l> And die <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> bands <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this <reg orig="vnkingly">unkingly</reg> deed. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="dreadfull">dreadful</reg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg> <reg orig="maist">mayst</reg> thou be <reg orig="ouercome">overcome</reg>, </l>
<l> Or <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace <reg orig="abandon'd">abandoned</reg> and <reg orig="despisde">despised</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> They <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg>, and therefore <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not </l>
<l> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> my Lord. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Ah Exeter? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Why should you sigh my Lord? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> Lord Warwike, but my <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>; </l>
<l> Whom I <reg orig="vnnaturallie">unnaturally</reg> shall disinherit. </l>
<l> But be it as it <reg orig="maie">may</reg>: I <reg orig="heere">here</reg> <reg orig="intaile">entail</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> thee and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thine <reg orig="heires">heirs</reg>, <reg orig="conditionallie">conditionally</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> here thou take thine oath, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> cease these <reg orig="ciuill">civil</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Broiles">Broils</reg>, and whilst I <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> honour me as thy king </l>
<l> and <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> oath I <reg orig="willinglie">willingly</reg> take and <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="performe">perform</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> king Henry. Plantagenet embrace </l>
<l> him? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> And long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> thou and all thy forward <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Now Yorke and Lancaster are <reg orig="reconcilde">reconciled</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Accurst">Accursed</reg> be he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="seekes">seeks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make them foes, </l></sp>
<stage>Sound Trumpets.</stage>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> My Lord <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> take my <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Wakefield </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> my <reg orig="castell">castle</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit Yorke and his sonnes.</stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> And <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> London with my <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="F"><speaker>Norf</speaker>
<l> And <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Norffolke with my followers. </l></sp>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Mont.</speaker>
<l> And I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the sea from whence I came. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter the Queene and the Prince.</stage>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> My Lord here comes the Queen, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="steale">steal</reg> away. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Naie">Nay</reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, or else I follow thee. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Be patient gentle <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, and then <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> What patience can there? ah <reg orig="timerous">timorous</reg> man, </l>
<l> Thou hast <reg orig="vndoone">undone</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, thy <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, and me, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> rights <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the house of Yorke. </l>
<l> Art thou a king and wilt be <reg orig="forst">forced</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg>? </l>
<l> Had I <reg orig="beene">been</reg> there, the <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> should <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="tost">tossed</reg> </l>
<l> Me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> their <reg orig="launces">lances'</reg> points, before I would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> </l>
<l> Granted <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> their <reg orig="wils">wills</reg>. The Duke is made </l>
<l> Protector of the land: <reg orig="Sterne">Stern</reg> Fawconbridge </l>
<l> Commands the narrow seas. And thinkst thou then. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="sleepe">sleep</reg> secure? I <reg orig="heere">here</reg> <reg orig="diuorce">divorce</reg> me Henry </l>
<l> From thy bed, <reg orig="vntill">until</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Act of <reg orig="Parlement">Parliament</reg> </l>
<l> Be <reg orig="recalde">recalled</reg>, wherein thou <reg orig="yeeldest">yieldest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the house of Yorke. </l>
<l> The <reg orig="Northen">Northern</reg> Lords <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="forsworne">forsworn</reg> thy colours, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">Will</seg> follow mine if once they see them <reg orig="spred">spread</reg>, </l>
<l> And spread they shall <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> thy <reg orig="deepe">deep</reg> disgrace. </l>
<l> Come <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> and <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> him <reg orig="heere">here</reg> alone. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Staie">Stay</reg> gentle Margaret, and <reg orig="here">hear</reg> me <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
<l> Thou hast spoke too much <reg orig="alreadie">already</reg> , therefore be still. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Gentle <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> Edwarde, wilt thou <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> with me? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="murdred">murdered</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his enemies. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prin.</speaker>
<l> When I <reg orig="returne">return</reg> with <reg orig="victorie">victory</reg> from the field. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> see your Grace, till then <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> follow <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Poore">Poor</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the prince </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">Her</seg> <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, </l>
<l> Makes <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="furie">fury</reg> thus forget <reg orig="hir selfe">herself</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Reuenged">Revenged</reg> <reg orig="maie">may</reg> <reg orig="shee">she</reg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> accursed Duke. </l>
<l> Come <reg orig="cosen">cousin</reg> of Exeter, <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> thou here, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Clifford and those Northern Lords be gone </l>
<l> I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> towards Wakefield, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="disturbe">disturb</reg> the Duke. </l></sp></div2>
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<stage>Enter Edward, and Richard, and Montague.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Brother and <reg orig="cosen">cousin</reg> Montague, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="mee">me</reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Nay, I can better <reg orig="plaie">play</reg> the Orator. </l></sp>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Mont.</speaker>
<l> But I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> reasons strong and forceable. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter the Duke of Yorke.</stage>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Howe">How</reg> <reg orig="nowe">now</reg> <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> what at a <reg orig="iarre">jar</reg> amongst <reg orig="your selues">yourselves</reg>,? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> father, but a <reg orig="sweete">sweet</reg> contention, about <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="concernes">concerns</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> and <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, The <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> of England father. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> The <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> boy, why <reg orig="Henries">Henry is</reg> yet <reg orig="aliue">alive</reg>, </l>
<l> And I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he shall <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> quiet till </l>
<l> His death. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> But I would <reg orig="breake">break</reg> an hundred <reg orig="othes">oaths</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg> </l>
<l> one <reg orig="yeare">year</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> And if it please your grace <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="shew">show</reg> your grace the <reg orig="waie">way</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="saue">save</reg> your oath, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="dispossesse">dispossess</reg> king Henrie from the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="prethe">prithee</reg> Dicke let me <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> thy <reg orig="deuise">devise</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Then thus my Lord. An oath is of <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> moment </l>
<l> Being not <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> before a <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> magistrate. </l>
<l> Henry is none but doth <reg orig="vsurpe">usurp</reg> your right, </l>
<l> And yet your grace stands bound <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> oath. </l>
<l> Then noble father <reg orig="resolue">resolve</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg>, </l>
<l> And once more <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <reg orig="saist">sayst</reg> thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <reg orig="boie">boy</reg>? why then it shall be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>. </l>
<l> I am <reg orig="resolude">resolved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> win the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, or die. </l>
<l> Edward, <corr sic="rhou">thou</corr> shalt <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Edmund Brooke Lord Cobham, </l>
<l> With whom the Kentishmen <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="willinglie">willingly</reg> rise: </l>
<l> Thou <reg orig="cosen">cousin</reg> Montague, shalt <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Norffolke straight, </l>
<l> And bid the Duke <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> muster <reg orig="vppe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>, his <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg>, </l>
<l> And come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Wakefield <reg orig="presentlie">presently</reg>. </l>
<l> And Richard thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London strait shalt post, </l>
<l> And bid Richard Neuill <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Warwike </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> the <reg orig="cittie">city</reg>, and with his men of <reg orig="warre">war</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> me at Saint Albons ten <reg orig="daies">days</reg> hence. </l>
<l> <reg orig="My selfe">Myself</reg> <reg orig="heere">here</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Sandall <reg orig="castell">castle</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="prouide">provide</reg> </l>
<l> Both men and <reg orig="monie">money</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="furder">further</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> attempts. </l>
<l> Now, what <reg orig="newes">news</reg>? </l></sp>
<stage>Enter a Messenger.</stage>
<sp who="L"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> My Lord, the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> with <reg orig="thirtie">thirty</reg> thousand men, </l>
<l> Accompanied with the <reg orig="Earles">Earls</reg> of Cumberland, </l>
<l> Northumberland and Westmerland, and others of the </l>
<l> House of Lancaster, are marching towards Wakefield, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="besiedge">besiege</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> your <reg orig="castell">castle</reg> <reg orig="heere">here</reg> . </l></sp>
<stage>Enter sir Iohn and sir Hugh Mortimer.</stage>
<sp who="B"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="A"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg></reg> Gods name, let them come. <reg orig="Cosen">Cousin</reg> Montague post 
 you hence: and <reg orig="boies">boys</reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> you with me. </l>
<l> Sir Iohn and sir Hugh Mortemers mine <reg orig="vncles">uncles</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Your">You are</reg> welcome <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Sandall <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> an <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> <reg orig="houre">hour</reg>, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="armie">army</reg> of the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="besiedge">besiege</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="O"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Shee">She</reg> shall not <reg orig="neede">need</reg> my <reg orig="Lorde">Lord</reg>, <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> What with <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> thousand <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> <reg orig="vncle">uncle</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> father, with <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> hundred <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a need, </l>
<l> A <reg orig="womans">woman is</reg> <reg orig="generall">general</reg>, what should you <reg orig="feare">fear</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Indeed, <reg orig="manie">many</reg> <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> <reg orig="battels">battles</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I <reg orig="woon">won</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> Normandie, when as the <reg orig="enimie">enemy</reg> </l>
<l> Hath <reg orig="bin">been</reg> ten <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> one, and why should I now doubt </l>
<l> Of the <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">like</seg> <reg orig="successe">success</reg>? I am <reg orig="resolu'd">resolved</reg>. Come <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="goe">go</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Lets">Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="martch">march</reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>, I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> their drums. </l></sp>
<div2 n="3">
<stage>Alarmes, and then Enter the yong Earle of Rutland and his Tutor.</stage>
<sp who="P"><speaker>Tutor.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> my Lord, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> the <reg orig="Castell">Castle</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Wakefield straight. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Clifford.</stage>
<sp who="Q"><speaker>Rut.</speaker>
<l> O Tutor, <reg orig="looke">look</reg> where <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> Clifford comes. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Chaplin">Chaplain</reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>, thy Priesthood <reg orig="saues">saves</reg> thy life, </l>
<l> As <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the brat of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> accursed Duke </l>
<l> Whose father slew my father, he shall die. </l></sp>
<sp who="P"><speaker>Tutor.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> Clifford spare this tender Lord, <reg orig="least">lest</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Heauen">Heaven</reg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy head: <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="saue">save</reg> his life. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Soldiers <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> and drag him hence perforce: </l>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> with the <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit the Chaplein.</stage>
 <sp who="I">
<l> How now, what dead <reg orig="alreadie">already</reg> ? or is it <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> </l>
<l> Makes him close his <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>? <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> open them. </l></sp>
<sp who="Q"><speaker>Rut.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> the pent <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> Lion <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the <reg orig="lambe">lamb</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> he <reg orig="walkes">walks</reg> insulting <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> his <reg orig="praie">pray</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> he <reg orig="turnes">turns</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rend his <reg orig="limmes">limbs</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> sunder, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> Clifford, kill me with thy sword, and </l>
<l> Not with such a <reg orig="cruell">cruel</reg> <reg orig="threatning">threatening</reg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg>, </l>
<l> I am too <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> a <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy wrath, </l>
<l> Be thou <reg orig="reuengde">revenged</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> men, and let me <reg orig="liue">live</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="vaine">vain</reg> thou speakest <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> boy: my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Bloud">Blood</reg> hath <reg orig="stopt">stopped</reg> the passage where thy <reg orig="wordes">words</reg> <reg orig="shoulde">should</reg> </l>
<l> enter. </l></sp>
<sp who="Q"><speaker>Rut.</speaker>
<l> Then let my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> blood ope it <reg orig="againe">again</reg>? he is a </l>
<l> Man, and Clifford cope with him. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Had I thy brethren here, their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> and thine </l>
<l> Were not <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> sufficient <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me. </l>
<l> Or should I dig <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> thy forefathers <reg orig="graues">graves</reg>, </l>
<l> And hang their rotten coffins <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="chaines">chains</reg>, </l>
<l> It could not slake mine ire, nor ease my hart. </l>
<l> The sight of <reg orig="anie">any</reg>, of the house of Yorke, </l>
<l> Is as a <reg orig="furie">fury</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> torment my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>. </l>
<l> Therefore till I root out <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="cursied">cursed</reg> line </l>
<l> And <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> not one <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> earth, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hell therefore. </l></sp>
<sp who="Q"><speaker>Rut.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> let me <reg orig="praie">pray</reg>, before I take my death. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> thee I <reg orig="praie">pray</reg>: Sweet Clifford <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> me. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, such <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> as my rapiers point affords. </l></sp>
<sp who="Q"><speaker>Rut.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> did thee hurt, wherefore wilt thou kill </l>
<l> <reg orig="mee">me</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Thy father hath. </l></sp>
<sp who="Q"><speaker>Rut.</speaker>
<l> But <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> ere I was borne. </l>
<l> Thou hast one <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his sake <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> me, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Least">Lest</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> thereof, sith God is <reg orig="iust">just</reg>. </l>
<l> He be as <reg orig="miserablie">miserably</reg> <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> as I. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg>, let me <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> prison all my <reg orig="daies">days</reg>, </l>
<l> And when I <reg orig="giue">give</reg> occasion of offence, </l>
<l> Then let me die, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> now thou hast <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> cause. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> cause? Thy Father slew my father, therefore </l>
<l> Die. </l>
<l> Plantagenet I come Plantagenet, </l>
<l> And this thy <reg orig="sonnes">son's</reg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> <reg orig="cleauing">cleaving</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my blade, </l>
<l> Shall rust <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> my weapon, till thy <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Congeald">Congealed</reg> with his, <reg orig="doe">do</reg> make me wipe off both. </l></sp>
<div2 n="4">
<stage>Alarmes, Enter the Duke of Yorke solus.</stage>
<sp who="B"><speaker>Yorke.</speaker>
<l> Ah Yorke, post <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy <reg orig="castell">castle</reg>, <reg orig="saue">save</reg> thy life, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="goale">goal</reg> is lost thou house of Lancaster, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Thrise">Thrice</reg> <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> chance is it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee and thine, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> <reg orig="abridgde">abridged</reg> my <reg orig="daies">days</reg> and <reg orig="cals">calls</reg> me hence, </l>
<l> But God <reg orig="knowes">knows</reg> what chance hath betide my <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg>; </l>
<l> But this I know they <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="demeand">demeaned</reg> <reg orig="themselues">themselves</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Like</seg> men borne <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="renowne">renown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> life or death: </l>
<l> Three times this <reg orig="daie">day</reg> came Richard <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my sight, </l>
<l> And cried courage Father: <reg orig="Victorie">Victory</reg> or death, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="twise">twice</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> oft came Edward <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my view, </l>
<l> With purple <reg orig="Faulchen">Falchion</reg> painted <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the hilts, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> of those whom he had slaughtered. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="harke">hark</reg>, I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> the drums? <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> <reg orig="waie">way</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> <reg orig="waie">way</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="saue">save</reg> my life? And <reg orig="heere">here</reg> I <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>: </l>
<l> And <reg orig="heere">here</reg> my life must end. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter the Queene, Clifford, Northumberland, and souldiers.</stage>
<sp who="B">
<l> Come <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> Clifford, rough Northumberland, </l>
<l> I dare your <reg orig="quenchlesse">quenchless</reg> <reg orig="furie">fury</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> more <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>: </l>
<l> This is the <reg orig="But">butt</reg>, and this abides your shot. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Northum.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Yeeld">Yield</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> mercies proud Plantagenet. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> such <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg> as his <reg orig="ruthfull">ruthful</reg> <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> </l>
<l> With <reg orig="downe right">downright</reg> <reg orig="paiment">payment</reg> lent <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> my father, </l>
<l> Now Phaeton hath tumbled from his <reg orig="carre">car</reg>, </l>
<l> And made an <reg orig="euening">evening</reg> at the <reg orig="noone">noon</reg> tide <reg orig="pricke">prick</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> My ashes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> the Phoenix <reg orig="maie">may</reg> bring forth </l>
<l> A bird <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> you all, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> hope I cast mine <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Skorning">Scorning</reg> <reg orig="what ere">whatever</reg> you can afflict me with: </l>
<l> Why <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> you Lords? what, multitudes and <reg orig="feare">fear</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> cowards fight when they can <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> longer: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> <reg orig="Doues">Doves</reg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> <reg orig="pecke">peck</reg> the <reg orig="Rauens">Ravens'</reg> <reg orig="piersing">piercing</reg> <reg orig="tallents">talents</reg>: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> desperate <reg orig="theeues">thieves</reg> all <reg orig="hopelesse">hopeless</reg> of their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg>, </l>
<l> Breath out <reg orig="inuectiues">invectives</reg> <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> the officers. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> Clifford, yet <reg orig="bethinke">bethink</reg> thee once <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy <reg orig="minde">mind</reg> <reg orig="orerun">overrun</reg> my former time: </l>
<l> And bite thy <reg orig="toung">tongue</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="slaunderst">slanderest</reg> him with <reg orig="cowardise">cowardice</reg>, </l>
<l> Whose <reg orig="verie">very</reg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg> hath made thee quake ere this. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="bandie">bandy</reg> with thee word <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> word, </l>
<l> But buckle with thee <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg> <reg orig="twise">twice</reg> two <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> one. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
<l> Hold valiant Clifford <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a thousand causes, </l>
<l> I would prolong the traitors life a while. </l>
<l> Wrath makes him death, <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> thou Northumberland. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Nor.</speaker>
<l> Hold Clifford <reg orig="doe">do</reg> not honour him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="pricke">prick</reg> thy finger though <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> wound his hart: </l>
<l> What <reg orig="valure">valour</reg> were it when a <reg orig="curre">cur</reg> doth grin, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> one <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> thrust his hand <reg orig="betweene">between</reg> his teeth, </l>
<l> When he might <reg orig="spurne">spurn</reg> him with his <reg orig="foote">foot</reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>? </l>
<pb n="B1V"/>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <reg orig="warres">wars</reg> prise <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> take all <reg orig="aduantages">advantages</reg>, </l>
<l> And ten <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> one, is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> impeach <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="warres">wars</reg>. </l>
<l> Fight and take him. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Cliff.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <reg orig="striues">strives</reg> the <reg orig="Woodcocke">Woodcock</reg> with the gin. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>North.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> doth the <reg orig="cunnie">cony</reg> struggle with the net. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> triumphs <reg orig="theeues">thieves</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> their conquered </l>
<l> <reg orig="Bootie">Booty</reg>: <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> true men <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> robbers <reg orig="ouermatcht">overmatched</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>North.</speaker>
<l> What <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> your grace <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done with him? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Braue">Brave</reg> warriors Clifford <reg orig="& ">and</reg> Northumberland </l>
<l> Come make him stand <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> this molehill here, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="aimde">aimed</reg> at <reg orig="mountaines">mountains</reg> with outstretched <reg orig="arme">arm</reg>, </l>
<l> And parted but the <reg orig="shaddow">shadow</reg> with his hand. </l>
<l> Was it you <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="reuelde">reveled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Parlement">Parliament</reg>, </l>
<l> And made a <reg orig="prechment">preachment</reg> of your high descent? </l>
<l> Where are your <reg orig="messe">mess</reg> of <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="backe">back</reg> you now? </l>
<l> The wanton Edward, and the <reg orig="lustie">lusty</reg> George? </l>
<l> Or where is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> valiant Crookbackt <reg orig="prodegie">prodigy</reg>? </l>
<l> Dickey your boy, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> with his grumbling voice, </l>
<l> Was wont <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="cheare">cheer</reg> his Dad <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> mutinies? </l>
<l> Or amongst the rest where is your darling Rutland? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> Yorke? I <reg orig="dipt">dipped</reg> this napkin <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> valiant Clifford with his rapiers point, </l>
<l> Made issue from the <reg orig="bosome">bosom</reg> of thy boy. </l>
<l> And if thine <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> can water <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his death, </l>
<l> I <reg orig="giue">give</reg> thee this <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="drie">dry</reg> thy cheeks <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>. </l>
<l> Alas <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Yorke: But <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I hate thee much, </l>
<l> I should lament thy miserable state? </l>
<l> I <reg orig="prethee">prithee</reg> <reg orig="greeue">grieve</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make me <reg orig="merrie">merry</reg> Yorke? </l>
<l> Stamp <reg orig="raue">rave</reg> and fret, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <reg orig="maie">may</reg> sing and dance. </l>
<l> What: hath thy <reg orig="fierie">fiery</reg> hart <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="parcht">parched</reg> thine <reg orig="entrailes">entrails</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> not a <reg orig="teare">tear</reg> can fall <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Rutlands death? </l>
<pb n="B2R"/>
<l> Thou wouldst be <reg orig="feede">feed</reg> I see <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make me sport. </l>
<l> Yorke cannot <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>, <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> he <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> a <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l>
<l> A <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Yorke? and Lords bow low <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg>: hold you his hands, whilst I <reg orig="doe">do</reg> set it <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, now <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> he <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a king? </l>
<l> This is he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> king Henries <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg>, </l>
<l> And this is he was his adopted <reg orig="aire">air</reg>. </l>
<l> But how is it <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> great Plantagenet, </l>
<l> Is <reg orig="crownd">crowned</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg>, and broke his <reg orig="holie">holy</reg> oath, </l>
<l> As I <reg orig="bethinke">bethink</reg> me you should not be king, </l>
<l> Till <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> Henry had <reg orig="shooke">shook</reg> hands with death, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you impale your head with Henries <reg orig="glorie">glory</reg>, </l>
<l> And rob his temples of the Diadem </l>
<l> Now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his life against your <reg orig="holie">holy</reg> oath? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg>, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> a fault too too <reg orig="vnpardonable">unpardonable</reg>. </l>
<l> Off with the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, and with the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> his head, </l>
<l> And whilst <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> breath, take time <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> him dead. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> is</reg> my office <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> death. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Yet stay: <reg orig="& ">and</reg> <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="here">hear</reg> the Orisons he makes. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="She wolfe">She-wolf</reg> of France, but worse than <reg orig="Wolues">Wolves</reg> of </l>
<l> France: </l>
<l> Whose tongue more <reg orig="poison'd">poisoned</reg> than the <reg orig="Adderstooth">Adder's tooth</reg>: </l>
<l> How ill beseeming is it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy <reg orig="sexe">sex</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> triumph <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> an Amazonian trull </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> his woes, whom Fortune <reg orig="captiuates">captivates</reg>? </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thy face is <reg orig="visard like">vizard-like</reg>, <reg orig="vnchanging">unchanging</reg>, </l>
<l> Made impudent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> of <reg orig="euill">evil</reg> deeds: </l>
<l> I would <reg orig="assaie">assay</reg>, proud <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make thee blush: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> tell thee of whence thou art, from whom <reg orig="deriu'de">derived</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Twere">It were</reg> shame enough <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> shame thee, wert thou not </l>
<l> <reg orig="shamelesse">shameless</reg>. </l>
<pb n="B2V"/>
<l> Thy father <reg orig="beares">bears</reg> the type of king of Naples, </l>
<l> Of both the Sissiles and Ierusalem, </l>
<l> Yet not <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="wealthie">wealthy</reg> as an English Yeoman. </l>
<l> Hath <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Monarch taught thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> insult? </l>
<l> It <reg orig="needes">needs</reg> not, or it <reg orig="bootes">boots</reg> thee not proud <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vnlesse">Unless</reg> the Adage must be <reg orig="verifide">verified</reg>: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="beggers">beggars</reg> mounted, run their horse <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <reg orig="beautie">beauty</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> oft makes women proud, </l>
<l> But God he wots thy share thereof is small. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <reg orig="gouernment">government</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> makes them most <reg orig="admirde">admired</reg>, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="contrarie">contrary</reg> doth make thee <reg orig="wondred">wondered</reg> at. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> vertue <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> makes them <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg> <reg orig="deuine">divine</reg>, </l>
<l> The want thereof makes thee <reg orig="abhominable">abominable</reg>. </l>
<l> Thou art as opposite <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="euerie">every</reg> good, </l>
<l> As the Antipodes are <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> Or as the south <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Septentrion. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="Tygers">Tiger's</reg> hart <reg orig="wrapt">wrapped</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a <reg orig="womans">woman's</reg> hide? </l>
<l> How couldst thou <reg orig="draine">drain</reg> the life <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> of the <reg orig="childe">child</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> bid the father wipe his <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>, </l>
<l> And yet be <reg orig="seene">seen</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> a <reg orig="womans">woman's</reg> face? </l>
<l> Women are <reg orig="milde">mild</reg>, <reg orig="pittifull">pitiful</reg>, and flexible, </l>
<l> Thou <reg orig="indurate">endurate</reg>, <reg orig="sterne">stern</reg>, rough, <reg orig="remorcelesse">remorseless</reg>. </l>
<l> Bids thou me rage? why now thou hast thy <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> </l>
<l> Wouldst <reg orig="haue">have</reg> me <reg orig="weepe">weep</reg>? why <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> thou hast thy wish. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> raging <reg orig="windes">winds</reg> <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> a <reg orig="storme">storm</reg> of <reg orig="teares">tears</reg>, </l>
<l> And when the rage <reg orig="alaies">allays</reg> the <reg orig="raine">rain</reg> begins. </l>
<l> These <reg orig="teares">tears</reg> are my sweet Rutlands obsequies, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="euerie">every</reg> drop begs vengeance as it <reg orig="fals">falls</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thee fell Clifford, and the false French woman. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>North.</speaker>
<l> Beshrew me but his passions <reg orig="moue">move</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg>, </l>
<l> As <reg orig="hardlie">hardly</reg> can I <reg orig="checke">check</reg> mine <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> from <reg orig="teares">tears</reg>. </l></sp>
 <pb n="B3R"/>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> face of his the <reg orig="hungrie">hungry</reg> Cannibals </l>
<l> Could not <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="tucht">touched</reg>, would not <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="staind">stained</reg> with <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> </l>
<l> But you are more <reg orig="inhumaine">inhumane</reg>, more inexorable, </l>
<l> O ten times more <reg orig="then">than</reg> <reg orig="Tygers">Tigers</reg> of Arcadia. </l>
<l> See <reg orig="ruthlesse">ruthless</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> a <reg orig="haplesse">hapless</reg> <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> <reg orig="teares">tears</reg>. </l>
<l> This cloth thou <reg orig="dipts">dipths</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> of my sweet boy, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="loe">lo</reg> with <reg orig="teares">tears</reg> I wash the <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Keepe">Keep</reg> thou the napkin and go boast of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, </l>
<l> And if thou tell the <reg orig="heauie">heavy</reg> <reg orig="storie">story</reg> well, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> the hearers <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="sheed">shed</reg> <reg orig="teares">tears</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <reg orig="euen">even</reg> my foes <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="sheed">shed</reg> fast falling <reg orig="teares">tears</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="saie">say</reg>, alas, it was a <reg orig="pitteous">piteous</reg> deed. </l>
<l> Here, take the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, and with the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> my curse, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy need such comfort come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, </l>
<l> As now I <reg orig="reape">reap</reg> at thy two <reg orig="cruell">cruel</reg> hands. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Hard-harted">Hardhearted</reg> Clifford, take me from the world, </l>
<l> My <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>, my <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> your heads. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>North.</speaker>
<l> Had he <reg orig="bin">been</reg> slaughterman of all my kin, </l>
<l> I could not <reg orig="chuse">choose</reg> but <reg orig="weepe">weep</reg> with him <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> see, </l>
<l> How <reg orig="inlie">inly</reg> anger gripes his hart. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> What weeping ripe, my <reg orig="Lorde">Lord</reg> Northumberland? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Thinke">Think</reg> but <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the wrong he did <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="quicklie">quickly</reg> <reg orig="drie">dry</reg> your melting tears. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Thears">There is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my oath <reg orig="thears">there is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> death. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
<l> And <reg orig="thears">there is</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> right <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> gentle <reg orig="harted">hearted</reg> kind. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>York.</speaker>
<l> Open thy gates of <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg> <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> God, </l>
<l> My <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> flies <reg orig="foorth">forth</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> meet with thee. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queene.</speaker>
<l> Off with his head and set it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> Yorke Gates, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> Yorke <reg orig="maie">may</reg> <reg orig="ouerlooke">overlook</reg> the <reg orig="towne">town</reg> of Yorke. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt omnes.</stage></div2></div1>
<pb n="B3V"/>
<div1 n="2"><div2 n="1"><stage>Enter Edward and Richard, with drum and Souldiers.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> After this dangerous fight and <reg orig="haplesse">hapless</reg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg>, </l>
<l> How doth my noble brother Richard fare? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> I cannot <reg orig="ioy">joy</reg> <reg orig="vntil">until</reg> I be <reg orig="resolu'de">resolved</reg>, </l>
<l> Where <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> right valiant father is become, </l>
<l> How often did I see him <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="himself">himself</reg>, </l>
<l> As doth a lion midst a heard of neat, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> fled his enemies <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> valiant father, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Me thinkes">Methinks</reg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> pride enough <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be his <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Three sunnes appeare <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the aire.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Loe">Lo</reg> how the morning opes <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> golden gates, </l>
<l> And takes <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> farewell of the glorious sun, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Dasell">Dazzle</reg> mine <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> or <reg orig="doe">do</reg> I see three suns? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Three glorious suns, not <reg orig="seperated">separated</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> a racking </l>
<l> Cloud, but <reg orig="seuered">severed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a pale <reg orig="cleere">clear</reg> shining <reg orig="skie">sky</reg>. </l>
<l> See, see, they <reg orig="ioine">join</reg>, embrace, and <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg>, </l>
<l> As if they <reg orig="vowde">vowed</reg> some league <reg orig="inuiolate">inviolate</reg>: </l>
<l> Now are they but one <reg orig="lampe">lamp</reg>, one light, one sun, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> this the <reg orig="heauens">heavens</reg> doth figure some <reg orig="euent">event</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> it cites <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> brother <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the field, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> the <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> of <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> Plantagenet, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Alreadie">Already</reg> each one shining <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his meed, </l>
<l> May <reg orig="ioine">join</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> one and <reg orig="ouerpeere">overpeer</reg> the world, </l>
<l> As this the earth, and therefore hence forward, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> my Target, three <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> shining suns. </l>
<l> But what art thou? <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> lookest <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="heauilie">heavily</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> one <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> was a <reg orig="wofull">woeful</reg> looker <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>, </l>
<l> When as the noble Duke of Yorke was <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> O <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I can <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Tell <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> thy tale, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> it all. </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> When as the noble Duke was put <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> flight, </l>
<l> And then <reg orig="pursu'de">pursued</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Clifford and the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="manie">many</reg> <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> <reg orig="moe">mo</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> all at once </l>
<l> Let <reg orig="driue">drive</reg> at him and <reg orig="forst">forced</reg> the Duke <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg>: </l>
<l> And then they set him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> a molehill there, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="crownd">crowned</reg> the <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Duke <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> high despite, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> then with <reg orig="teares">tears</reg> began <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="waile">wail</reg> his fall. </l>
<l> The <reg orig="ruthlesse">ruthless</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> <reg orig="perceiuing">perceiving</reg> he did <reg orig="weepe">weep</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Gaue">Gave</reg> him a handkercher <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> wipe his <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Dipt">Dipped</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> of sweet young Rutland </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> rough Clifford slain: <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> weeping <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> it <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>. </l>
<l> Then through his <reg orig="brest">breast</reg> they thrust their <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg> <reg orig="swordes">swords</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="lambe">lamb</reg> fell at the butchers <reg orig="feete">feet</reg>. </l>
<l> Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the gates of Yorke they set his head, </l>
<l> And there it doth <reg orig="remaine">remain</reg> the piteous spectacle </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="ere">ever</reg> mine <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg> beheld. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Sweet Duke of Yorke <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> prop <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="leane">lean</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">upon</seg></reg> , </l>
<l> Now thou art gone there is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>: </l>
<l> Now my <reg orig="soules">soul's</reg> <reg orig="pallace">palace</reg> is become a prison. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> would she <reg orig="breake">break</reg> from <reg orig="compasse">compass</reg> of my breast, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> shall I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> more <reg orig="ioie">joy</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> I cannot <reg orig="weepe">weep</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> all my breasts moisture </l>
<l> <reg orig="Scarse">Scarce</reg> <reg orig="serues">serves</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> quench my furnace burning hart: </l>
<l> I cannot <reg orig="ioie">joy</reg> till this white rose be <reg orig="dide">dyed</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the hart <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> of the house of Lancaster. </l>
<l> Richard I bare thy name, and <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> thy death, </l>
<l> Or die <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> seeking of <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> His name <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> valiant Duke hath left with thee, </l>
<l> His <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg> and <reg orig="Dukedome">Dukedom</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="remaines">remains</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Nay, if thou be <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> princely Eagles bird, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Shew">Show</reg> thy descent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> gazing <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> the <reg orig="sunne">sun</reg>. </l>
<pb n="B4V"/>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg>, and <reg orig="dukedome">dukedom</reg>, Throne and <reg orig="kingdome">kingdom</reg> <reg orig="saie">say</reg>: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> either <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is thine, or else thou wert not his? </l></sp>
<stage>Enter the Earle of Warwike, Montague, with drum, ancient, and souldiers.</stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> How now <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> Lords: what fare? what </l>
<l> <reg orig="newes">news</reg> abroad? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Ah Warwike? should <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> report the <reg orig="balefull">baleful</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Newes">News</reg>, and at each <reg orig="words">word's</reg> <reg orig="deliuerance">deliverance</reg> stab <reg orig="poinyardes">poniards</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> flesh till all were told, the words would <reg orig="adde">add</reg> </l>
<l> More anguish <reg orig="then">than</reg> the wounds. </l>
<l> Ah valiant Lord the Duke of Yorke is <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Ah Warwike Warwike, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Plantagenet, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> held thee <reg orig="deere">dear</reg>: <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <reg orig="euen">even</reg> as his <reg orig="soules">soul's</reg> redemption, </l>
<l> Is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the <reg orig="sterne">stern</reg> <reg orig="L">Lord</reg>. Clifford, done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Ten <reg orig="daies">days</reg> <reg orig="a go">ago</reg> I <reg orig="drownd">drowned</reg> those <reg orig="newes">news</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="teares">tears</reg>. </l>
<l> And now <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="adde">add</reg> more measure <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your woes, </l>
<l> I come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> tell you things since then <reg orig="befalne">befallen</reg>. </l>
<l> After the <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> <reg orig="fraie">fray</reg> at Wakefield fought, </l>
<l> Where your <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> father <reg orig="breath'd">breathed</reg> his latest <reg orig="gaspe">gasp</reg>, </l>
<l> Tidings as <reg orig="swiflie">shuffle</reg> as the post could <reg orig="runne">run</reg>, </l>
<l> Was brought me of your <reg orig="losse">loss</reg>, and his departure. </l>
<l> I then <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> London keeper of the King, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Mustred">Mustered</reg> my <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg>, gathered <reg orig="flockes">flocks</reg> of friends, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="verie">very</reg> well appointed as I thought, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Marcht">Marched</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> saint Albons <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="entercept">intercept</reg> the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> Bearing the King <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my <reg orig="behalfe">behalf</reg> along, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my <reg orig="scoutes">scouts</reg> I was <reg orig="aduertised">advertised</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> she was <reg orig="comming">coming</reg>, with a full intent </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> dash your late decree <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> parliament, </l>
<l> Touching king Henries <reg orig="heires">heirs</reg> and your succession. </l>
<l> Short tale <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> at Saint Albons met, </l>
<pb n="B5R"/>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="battels">battles</reg> <reg orig="ioinde">joined</reg>, and both sides <reg orig="fiercelie">fiercely</reg> fought, </l>
<l> But whether <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> the <reg orig="coldnesse">coldness</reg> of the king, </l>
<l> He <reg orig="lookt">looked</reg> full <reg orig="gentlie">gently</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his warlike <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="robde">robbed</reg> my <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> of their heated <reg orig="spleene">spleen</reg>. </l>
<l> Or whether <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> report of his <reg orig="successe">success</reg>, </l>
<l> Or more <reg orig="then">than</reg> common <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> of Cliffords <reg orig="rigor">rigour</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> thunders <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his <reg orig="captaines">captains</reg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> and death, </l>
<l> I cannot tell. But <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> conclude with truth, </l>
<l> Their weapons <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> lightnings went and came. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> the night <reg orig="Owles">Owl's</reg> <reg orig="lasie">lazy</reg> flight, </l>
<l> Or <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> an idle thresher with a <reg orig="flaile">flail</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Fel">Fell</reg> <reg orig="gentlie">gently</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> as if they smote their friends. </l>
<l> I <reg orig="cheerd">cheered</reg> them <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> with <reg orig="iustice">justice</reg> of the cause, </l>
<l> With promise of hie <reg orig="paie">pay</reg> and great <reg orig="rewardes">rewards</reg>, </l>
<l> But all <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="vaine">vain</reg>, they had <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="harts">hearts</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight, </l>
<l> Nor <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> them <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> win the <reg orig="daie">day</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> fled. The king <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> Lord George your brother, Norffolke, and <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="hast">haste</reg>, post <reg orig="hast">haste</reg>, are come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="ioine">join</reg> with you, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the marches here <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> heard you were, </l>
<l> Making another head <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight <reg orig="againe">again</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Thankes">Thanks</reg> gentle Warwike. </l>
<l> How <reg orig="farre">far</reg> hence is the Duke with his power? </l>
<l> And when came George from Burgundie <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> England? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Some <reg orig="fiue">five</reg> miles off the Duke is with his power, </l>
<l> But as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> your brother he was <reg orig="latelie">lately</reg> sent </l>
<l> From your kind Aunt, <reg orig="Duches">Duchess</reg> of Burgundie, </l>
<l> With <reg orig="aide">aid</reg> of <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> this <reg orig="needfull">needful</reg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> <reg orig="ods">odds</reg> belike, when valiant Warwike fled. </l>
<l> Oft <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I heard thy praises <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="pursute">pursuit</reg>, </l>
<l> But <reg orig="nere">never</reg> till now thy <reg orig="scandall">scandal</reg> of retire. </l></sp>
 <pb n="B5V"/>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Nor now my <reg orig="scandall">scandal</reg> Richard dost thou <reg orig="heare">hear</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> thou shalt know <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> this right hand of mine, </l>
<l> Can <reg orig="plucke">pluck</reg> the Diadem from faint Henries head, </l>
<l> And wring the <reg orig="awefull">awful</reg> <reg orig="scepter">sceptre</reg> from his fist: </l>
<l> Were he as famous and as bold <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg>, </l>
<l> As he is <reg orig="famde">famed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="mildnesse">mildness</reg>, peace and <reg orig="praier">prayer</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> I know it well Lord Warwike blame me not, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> I bare thy glories made me <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this troublous time, whats <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be done? </l>
<l> Shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> go throw away <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="coates">coats</reg> of <reg orig="steele">steel</reg>, </l>
<l> And clad <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> bodies <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="blacke">black</reg> mourning <reg orig="gownes">gowns</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Numbring">Numbering</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Auemaries">Ave-marias</reg> with <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="beades">beads</reg>? </l>
<l> Or shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the helmets of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> foes, </l>
<l> Tell <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="deuotion">devotion</reg> with <reg orig="reuengefull">revengeful</reg> <reg orig="armes">arms</reg>? </l>
<l> If <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the last <reg orig="saie">say</reg> I, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> it Lords. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Why therefore Warwike came <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> find you out, </l>
<l> And therefore comes my brother Montague. </l>
<l> Attend me Lords, the proud insulting <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> With Clifford and the haught Northumberland, </l>
<l> And of their feather <reg orig="manie">many</reg> mo proud <reg orig="birdes">birds</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> wrought the <reg orig="easie">easy</reg> melting king <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <reg orig="waxe">wax</reg>. </l>
<l> He sware consent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your succession, </l>
<l> His oath <reg orig="inrolled">enrolled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Parliament. </l>
<l> But now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London all the crew are gone, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> frustrate his oath or what besides </l>
<l> May make against the house of Lancaster. </l>
<l> Their power I <reg orig="gesse">guess</reg> them fifty thousand strong. </l>
<l> Now if the <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> of Norffolke, and <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>, </l>
<l> Can but amount <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> 48. thousand, </l>
<l> With all the <reg orig="friendes">friends</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> thou <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> <reg orig="earle">earl</reg> of March, </l>
<l> Among the <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> Welshmen canst procure, </l>
<l> Why via, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> London <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> march <reg orig="amaine">amain</reg>, </l>
<l> And once <reg orig="againe">again</reg> bestride <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="foming">foaming</reg> <reg orig="steedes">steeds</reg>, </l>
<l> And once <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <reg orig="crie">cry</reg> charge <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the foe, </l>
<l> But <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> once <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> <reg orig="backe">back</reg> and <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, now <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> great Warwike <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>: </l>
<l> <reg orig="Nere">Never</reg> <reg orig="maie">may</reg> he <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> see a sunshine <reg orig="daie">day</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> cries retire, when Warwike bids him stay. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Lord Warwike, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy shoulder <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I <reg orig="leane">lean</reg>, </l>
<l> And when thou faints, must Edward fall: </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> <reg orig="perill">peril</reg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> <reg orig="forefend">forfend</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> longer <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of March, but Duke of Yorke, </l>
<l> The next degree, is Englands <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> king: </l>
<l> And king of England shalt thou be <reg orig="proclaimde">proclaimed</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="euery">every</reg> <reg orig="burrough">borough</reg> as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> along: </l>
<l> And he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> casts not <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> his cap <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="ioie">joy</reg>, </l>
<l> Shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the offence make forfeit of his head. </l>
<l> King Edward, valiant Richard, Montague, </l>
<l> Stay <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> longer dreaming of <reg orig="renowne">renown</reg>, </l>
<l> But forward <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> effect these resolutions. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter a Messenger.</stage>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> The Duke of Norffolke sends you word <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> me, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> is <reg orig="comming">coming</reg> with a puissant power, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="craues">craves</reg> your <reg orig="companie">company</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="speedie">speedy</reg> <reg orig="councell">counsel</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Why then it sorts <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> <reg orig="Lordes">Lords</reg>. <reg orig="Lets">Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> march away. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes.</stage></div2>
 <div2 n="2">
<stage>Enter the King and Queene, Prince Edward and the Northerne Earles, with drum and Souldiers.</stage>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> Welcome my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> town of York, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Yonders">Yonder is</reg> the head of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> ambitious <reg orig="enemie">enemy</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> sought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be impaled with your <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l>
<l> Doth not the <reg orig="obiect">object</reg> please your <reg orig="eie">eye</reg> my Lord? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> as the <reg orig="rockes">rocks</reg> please them <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> their </l>
<l> <reg orig="wracke">wrack</reg>. </l>
<l> Withhold <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> <reg orig="deare">dear</reg> God, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> not my fault, </l>
<l> Nor <reg orig="wittinglie">wittingly</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I <reg orig="infringde">infringed</reg> my vow. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> My <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord, this too much <reg orig="lenitie">lenity</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="harmefull">harmful</reg> <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> must be laid aside, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> whom do <reg orig="Lyons">Lions</reg> cast their gentle <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg>? </l>
<l> Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the beast <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> would <reg orig="vsurpe">usurp</reg> his den. </l>
<l> Whose hand is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> the <reg orig="sauage">savage</reg> <reg orig="Beare">Bear</reg> doth <reg orig="licke">lick</reg>? </l>
<l> Not his <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="spoiles">spoils</reg> his young before his face. </l>
<l> Whose scapes the lurking <reg orig="serpentes">serpent's</reg> <reg orig="mortall">mortal</reg> sting? </l>
<l> Not he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> sets his foot <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="backe">back</reg>. </l>
<l> The smallest <reg orig="worme">worm</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> being <reg orig="troden">trodden</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="Doues">Doves</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="pecke">peck</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> rescue of their <reg orig="broode">brood</reg>. </l>
<l> Ambitious Yorke did <reg orig="leuell">level</reg> at thy <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, </l>
<l> Thou smiling, while he knit his <reg orig="angrie">angry</reg> <reg orig="browes">brows</reg>. </l>
<l> He but a Duke, would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> his <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> a king, </l>
<l> And raise his issue <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> sire. </l>
<l> Thou being a king <reg orig="blest">blessed</reg> with a <reg orig="goodlie">goodly</reg> <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, </l>
<l> Didst <reg orig="giue">give</reg> consent <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> disinherit him, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> <reg orig="argude">argued</reg> thee a most <reg orig="vnnaturall">unnatural</reg> father. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vnreasonable">Unreasonable</reg> creatures feed their <reg orig="yong">young</reg>, </l>
<l> And though <reg orig="mans">man's</reg> face be <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> their <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>, </l>
<l> Yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> protection of their tender ones, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> hath not <reg orig="seene">seen</reg> them <reg orig="euen">even</reg> with those same wings </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> they <reg orig="haue">have</reg> sometime <reg orig="vsde">used</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> flight, </l>
<l> Make <reg orig="warre">war</reg> with him, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> climes <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> their nest, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Offring">Offering</reg> their <reg orig="owne">own</reg> <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their <reg orig="yongs">young's</reg> defence? </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> shame my Lord, make them your president, </l>
<l> Were it not <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> this <reg orig="goodlie">goodly</reg> boy, </l>
<l> Should lose his <reg orig="birth right">birthright</reg> through his <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> fault? </l>
<l> And long hereafter <reg orig="saie">say</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> his child, </l>
<l> What my great grandfather and grandsire got, </l>
<l> My <reg orig="carelesse">careless</reg> father <reg orig="fondlie">fondly</reg> <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the boy and let his <reg orig="manlie">manly</reg> face, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> promiseth <reg orig="successefull">successful</reg> fortune <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Steele">Steel</reg> thy melting <reg orig="thoughtes">thoughts</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> thine <reg orig="owne">own</reg>, and <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> thine <reg orig="owne">own</reg> with him. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Full <reg orig="wel">well</reg> hath Clifford <reg orig="plaid">played</reg> the Orator, </l>
<l> Inferring arguments of mighty force. </l>
<l> But tell me, didst thou <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> yet <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> tell. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> things <reg orig="euill">evil</reg> got had <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> bad <reg orig="successe">success</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="happie">happy</reg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> was it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, </l>
<l> Whose father <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his <reg orig="hoording">hoarding</reg> went <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> hell? </l>
<l> I <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> my <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> my <reg orig="vertuous">virtuous</reg> <reg orig="deedes">deeds</reg> behind, </l>
<l> And would my father had left me <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> all the rest is held at such a rate, </l>
<l> As <reg orig="askes">asks</reg> a thousand times more care <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Then">Than</reg> <reg orig="maie">may</reg> the present profit <reg orig="counteruaile">countervail</reg>. </l>
<l> Ah <reg orig="cosen">cousin</reg> Yorke, would thy best <reg orig="friendes">friends</reg> did know, </l>
<l> How it doth <reg orig="greeue">grieve</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thy head stands there. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> My Lord this <reg orig="harmefull">harmful</reg> <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> makes your followers faint. </l>
<l> You <reg orig="promisde">promised</reg> knighthood <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="princelie">princely</reg> <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vnsheath">Unsheathe</reg> your sword and straight <reg orig="doe">do</reg> dub him knight. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Kneele">Kneel</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> Edward. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Edward Plantagenet arise a knight, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="learne">learn</reg> this lesson boy, draw thy thy sword <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> right </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prince.</speaker>
<l> My <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> father <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> your kingly <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> draw it as <reg orig="apparant">apparent</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> quarrel <reg orig="vse">use</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the death. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Northum.</speaker>
<l> Why <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is spoken <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a toward prince. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter a Messenger.</stage>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Royall">Royal</reg> <reg orig="commaunders">commanders</reg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="readinesse">readiness</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> with a band of <reg orig="fiftie">fifty</reg> thousand men, </l>
<l> Comes Warwike backing of the Duke of Yorke. </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="townes">towns</reg> whereas they <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> along, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Proclaimes">Proclaims</reg> him king, and <reg orig="manie">many</reg> flies <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him, </l>
<l> Prepare your <reg orig="battels">battles</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> they be at hand. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> I would your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> would depart the field, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> hath best <reg orig="successe">success</reg> when you are absent. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> Do good my Lord, and <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> fortunes. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Why <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> my fortune, therefore <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> stay still. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Be it with resolution then <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prince.</speaker>
<l> Good father <reg orig="cheere">cheer</reg> these noble Lords, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vnsheath">Unsheathe</reg> your sword, sweet father <reg orig="crie">cry</reg> Saint George. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Pitch <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="battell">battle</reg> <reg orig="heere">here</reg> , <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> hence <reg orig="wee"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not </l>
<l> <reg orig="moue">move</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter the house of Yorke.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edward</speaker>
<l> Now <reg orig="periurde">perjured</reg> Henrie wilt thou <reg orig="yeelde">yield</reg> thy <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg> at thy <reg orig="soueraignes">sovereign's</reg> <reg orig="feete">feet</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Go rate thy minions proud insulting boy, </l>
<l> Becomes it thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be thus <reg orig="malepert">malapert</reg>, </l>
<l> Before thy king and <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> I am his king and he should bend his knee, </l>
<l> I was adopted <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> his consent. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>George.</speaker>
<l> Since when he hath broke his oath. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> are king </l>
<l> Though he <reg orig="doe">do</reg> <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> the <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> <reg orig="causde">caused</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> new act of <reg orig="Parlement">Parliament</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> blot <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> brother out, and put his <reg orig="owne">own</reg> son <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> And reason George. <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> should <reg orig="succeede">succeed</reg> the father but the son? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Are you their butcher? </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> Crookbacke, here I stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> thee, or any </l>
<l> of your sort. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="kild">killed</reg> <reg orig="yong">young</reg> Rutland, was it not? </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Yes, and old Yorke too, and yet not <reg orig="satisfide">satisfied</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> Gods sake Lords <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="synald">signal</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the fight. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> What <reg orig="saiest">sayst</reg> thou Henry? wilt thou <reg orig="yeelde">yield</reg> thy </l>
<l> <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> What, <reg orig="long tongde">long-tongued</reg> <reg orig="War.">Warwick</reg> dare you <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>? </l>
<l> When you and I met at saint Albones last, </l>
<l> Your legs did better <reg orig="seruice">service</reg> than your hands. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, then <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> my <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> flee, but now <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> thine. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> You said <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much before, and yet you fled. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> not your valour Clifford, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="droue">drove</reg> <reg orig="mee">me</reg> </l>
<l> thence. </l></sp>
<sp who="H"><speaker>Northum.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> nor your manhood Warwike, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> could </l>
<l> make you <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Northumberland, Northumberland, <reg orig="wee"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg></reg> <reg orig="holde">hold</reg> </l>
<l> Thee <reg orig="reuerentlie">reverently</reg>. <reg orig="Breake">Break</reg> off the <reg orig="parlie">parley</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="scarse">scarce</reg> </l>
<l> I can <reg orig="refraine">refrain</reg> the execution of my big <reg orig="swolne">swollen</reg> </l>
<l> Hart, against <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> Clifford there, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Cruell">Cruel</reg> child-killer. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Why I <reg orig="kild">killed</reg> thy father, <reg orig="calst">callest</reg> thou him a child? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg>, and a <reg orig="trecherous">treacherous</reg> coward, </l>
<l> As thou didst kill <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> tender brother Rutland. </l>
<l> But ere <reg orig="sunne">sun</reg> set <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make thee curse the deed. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> <reg orig="doone">done</reg> with <reg orig="wordes">words</reg> great <reg orig="Lordes">Lords</reg>, and </l>
<l> <reg orig="Heare">Hear</reg> me <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Defie">Defy</reg> them then, or else hold close thy lips. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="prethe">prithee</reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> limits <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my tongue, </l>
<l> I am king and <reg orig="priuiledge">privilege</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> My Lord the wound <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> bred this meeting here </l>
<l> Cannot be <reg orig="cru'd">cured</reg> with words, therefore be still. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Then executioner <reg orig="vnsheath">unsheathe</reg> thy sword, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> made <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all I am <reg orig="resolu'de">resolved</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> Cliffords manhood hangs <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> his tongue. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> What <reg orig="saist">sayst</reg> thou Henry, shall I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> my right </l>
<l> or <seg type="homograph" subtype="fossil">no</seg>? </l>
<l> A thousand men <reg orig="haue">have</reg> broke their fast <reg orig="to daie">today</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="nere">never</reg> shall dine, <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> thou <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> If thou <reg orig="denie">deny</reg> their <reg orig="blouds">bloods</reg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> thy head, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Yorke <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="iustice">justice</reg> puts his armour <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prin.</speaker>
<l> If all be right <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Warwike <reg orig="saies">says</reg> is right, </l>
<l> There is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> wrong but all things must be right. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Whosoeuer">Whosoever</reg> got thee, there thy mother stands, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> well I wot thou hast thy mothers tongue. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> But thou art neither <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> thy sire nor dam, </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <reg orig="mishapen">misshapen</reg> <reg orig="stygmaticke">stigmatic</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Markt">Marked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the destinies <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="auoided">avoided</reg>, </l>
<l> As <reg orig="venome">venom</reg> <reg orig="Todes">Toads</reg>, or Lizards fainting <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Iron of Naples, hid with English gilt, </l>
<l> Thy father <reg orig="beares">bears</reg> the title of a king, </l>
<l> As if a <reg orig="channell">channel</reg> should be <reg orig="calde">called</reg> the Sea; </l>
<l> Shames thou not, knowing from whence thou art <reg orig="deRiu'de">derived</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="parlie">parley</reg> thus with Englands <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> <reg orig="heires">heirs</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> A <reg orig="wispe">wisp</reg> of straw were worth a thousand crowns, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> make <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="shamelesse">shameless</reg> callet know <reg orig="herselfe">herself</reg>, </l>
<l> Thy <reg orig="husbands">husband's</reg> father <reg orig="reueld">reveled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the hart of France, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="tam'de">tamed</reg> the French, and made the Dolphin <reg orig="stoope">stoop</reg>: </l>
<l> And had he <reg orig="macht">matched</reg> according <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his state, </l>
<l> He might <reg orig="haue">have</reg> kept <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="glorie">glory</reg> till this <reg orig="daie">day</reg>. </l>
<l> But when he <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> a <reg orig="begger">beggar</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his bed, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="gracst">gracest</reg> thy <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> sire with his <reg orig="bridall">bridal</reg> <reg orig="daie">day</reg>, </l>
<l> Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> sun-shine bred a <reg orig="showre">shower</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> him </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> <reg orig="washt">washed</reg> his <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> fortunes out of France, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="heapt">heaped</reg> seditions <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> at home. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> what hath <reg orig="mou'd">moved</reg> these tumults but thy pride? </l>
<l> Hadst thou <reg orig="beene">been</reg> <reg orig="meeke">meek</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> title yet had slept? </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> of the gentle king, </l>
<l> Had <reg orig="slipt">slipped</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> <reg orig="vntill">until</reg> <reg orig="an other">another</reg> age. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>George.</speaker>
<l> But when <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> saw <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> summer brought the </l>
<l> <reg orig="gaine">gain</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the <reg orig="haruest">harvest</reg> brought <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> increase, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> set the axe <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy <reg orig="vsurping">usurping</reg> root, </l>
<l> And though the edge <reg orig="haue">have</reg> something hit <reg orig="our selues">ourselves</reg>, </l>
<l> Yet know thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> cease <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> strike, </l>
<l> Till <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="hewne">hewn</reg> thee down, </l>
<l> Or <reg orig="bath'd">bathed</reg> thy growing with <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> heated <reg orig="blouds">bloods</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this resolution, I <reg orig="defie">defy</reg> thee, </l>
<l> Not willing <reg orig="anie">any</reg>, longer conference, </l>
<l> Since thou deniest the gentle king <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l>
<l> Sound trumpets, let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> colours <reg orig="waue">wave</reg>, </l>
<l> And either <reg orig="victorie">victory</reg> or else a <reg orig="graue">grave</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Staie">Stay</reg> Edward <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Hence wrangling woman, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> longer <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, </l>
<l> Thy words <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> cost ten thousand <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> <reg orig="to daie">today</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage></div2>
 <div2 n="3"><stage>
<stage>Enter Warwike.</stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Sore spent with <reg orig="toile">toil</reg> as runners with the race, </l>
<l> I <reg orig="laie">lay</reg> me <reg orig="downe">down</reg> a little while <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> breath, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> strokes <reg orig="receiude">received</reg>, and <reg orig="manie">many</reg> <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg> <reg orig="repaide">repaid</reg>, </l>
<l> Hath <reg orig="robd">robbed</reg> my strong knit <reg orig="sinnews">sinews</reg> of their strength, </l>
<l> And force perforce <reg orig="needes">needs</reg> must I rest <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Edward.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Smile gentle <reg orig="heauens">heavens</reg> or strike <reg orig="vngentle">ungentle</reg> death, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="maie">may</reg> die <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="gaine">gain</reg> the <reg orig="daie">day</reg>: </l>
<l> What <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> <reg orig="starre">star</reg> malignant <reg orig="frownes">frowns</reg> from <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">Upon</seg></reg> the <reg orig="harmelesse">harmless</reg> line of Yorkes true house? </l></sp>
<stage>Enter George.</stage>
<sp who="K"><speaker>George.</speaker>
<l> Come brother, come, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the field <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> yet <reg orig="theres">there is</reg> hope <reg orig="inough">enough</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> win the <reg orig="daie">day</reg>: </l>
<l> Then let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="cheere">cheer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> fainting Troupes, </l>
<l> Lest they retire now <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> left the field. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> How now my lords: what hap, what hope of good? </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Richard running. </stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Ah Warwike, why <reg orig="haste">hast</reg> thou <reg orig="withdrawne">withdrawn</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>? </l>
<l> Thy noble father <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the thickest <reg orig="thronges">throngs</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Cride">Cried</reg> still <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Warwike his <reg orig="thrise">thrice</reg> valiant son, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> with thousand swords he was beset, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="manie">many</reg> wounds made <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his aged <reg orig="brest">breast</reg>, </l>
<l> And as he tottering sate <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> his <reg orig="steede">steed</reg>, </l>
<l> He waft his hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me and <reg orig="cride">cried</reg> aloud. </l>
<l> Richard, commend me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my valiant <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, </l>
<l> And still he <reg orig="cride">cried</reg> Warwike <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> my death, </l>
<l> And with those words he tumbled off his horse, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> the noble Salsbury <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the ghost. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Then let the earth be drunken with his <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> kill my horse because I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>: </l>
<l> And here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> God of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> I make a vow, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Neuer">Never</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> from forth this <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg> field </l>
<l> Till I am full <reg orig="reuenged">revenged</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his death. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Lord Warwike, <reg orig="Ido">I do</reg> bend my knees with thine, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> vow now <reg orig="ioine">join</reg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, </l>
<l> Thou setter <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> and puller <reg orig="downe">down</reg> of kings, </l>
<l> vouchsafe a gentle <reg orig="victorie">victory</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> Or let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> die before <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> loose the <reg orig="daie">day</reg>: </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>George.</speaker>
<l> Then let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> haste <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="cheere">cheer</reg> the <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers'</reg> <reg orig="harts">hearts</reg>, </l>
<l> And call them <reg orig="pillers">pillars</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="hiely">highly</reg> promise <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> remunerate </l>
<l> Their <reg orig="trustie">trusty</reg> <reg orig="seruice">service</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> these dangerous <reg orig="warres">wars</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Come, come <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>, and stand not <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> debate, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> yet is hope of fortune good enough. </l>
<l> Brothers, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me your hands, and let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> part </l>
<l> And take <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="leaues">leaves</reg> <reg orig="vntill">until</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> meet <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Where ere">Wherever</reg> it be <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> or <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> earth. </l>
<l> Now I <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> wept, now melt <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="wo">woe</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see these dire mishaps continue <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>. </l>
<l> Warwike <reg orig="farewel">farewell</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>, once more sweet Lords farewell. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes.</stage></div2>
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<stage>Alarmes, and then enter Richard at one dore
and Clifford at the other.</stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> A Clifford a Clifford. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> A Richard a Richard. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Now Clifford, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Yorke <reg orig="& ">and</reg> young Rutlands death, </l>
<l> This thirsty sword <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> longs <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> thy <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>, </l>
<l> Shall lop thy <reg orig="limmes">limbs</reg>, and <reg orig="slise">slice</reg> thy cursed hart, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> the murders thou hast made. </l></sp>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> Now Richard, I am with thee here alone, </l>
<l> This is the hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="stabd">stabbed</reg> thy father Yorke, </l>
<l> And this the hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> slew thy brother Rutland, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="heres">here is</reg> the heart <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> triumphs <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their <reg orig="deathes">deaths</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="cheeres">cheers</reg> these hands <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> slew thy sire and brother, </l>
<pb n="C2v"/>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> execute the <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">like</seg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> at thee. </l></sp>
<stage>Alarmes. They fight, and then enters Warwike
and rescues Richard, <reg orig="& ">and</reg> then exeunt omnes.</stage></div2>
  <div2 n="5"><stage>
Alarme still, and then enter Henry Solus.</stage>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> God of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> And set some <reg orig="endes">ends</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> these incessant <reg orig="griefes">griefs</reg>, </l>
<l> How <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="mastlesse">mastless</reg> ship <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the seas, </l>
<l> This <reg orig="woful">woeful</reg> <reg orig="battaile">battle</reg> doth continue still, </l>
<l> Now leaning this way, now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> side <reg orig="driue">drive</reg>, </l>
<l> And none doth know <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> whom the <reg orig="daie">day</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> fall. </l>
<l> O would my death might <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> these <reg orig="ciuill">civil</reg> <reg orig="iars">jars</reg>! </l>
<l> Would I had <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="raind">reigned</reg>, nor <reg orig="nere">never</reg> <reg orig="bin">been</reg> king, </l>
<l> Margret and Clifford, chide me from the <reg orig="fielde">field</reg>, </l>
<l> Swearing they had best <reg orig="successe">success</reg> when I was thence. </l>
<l> Would God <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I were dead <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> all were well, </l>
<l> Or would my <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> suffice, I were content </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> it them and <reg orig="liue">live</reg> a <reg orig="priuate">private</reg> life. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter a souldier with a dead man <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his armes.</stage>
<sp who="S"><speaker>Sould</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Il">Ill</reg> <reg orig="blowes">blows</reg> the wind <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> profits <reg orig="no bodie">nobody</reg>, </l>
<l> This man <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> fight <reg orig="to daie">today</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Maie">May</reg> be possessed of some store of <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg>, </l>
<l> And I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> search <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> find them if I can, </l>
<l> But stay. <reg orig="Me thinkes">Methinks</reg> it is my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> face, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> I <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> he whom I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> fight, </l>
<l> From London was I <reg orig="prest">pressed</reg> out <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the king, </l>
<l> My father he came <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the part of Yorke, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this conflict I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> my father: </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> pardon God, I knew not what I did, </l>
<l> And pardon father, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I knew thee not. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter another souldier with a dead man.</stage>
<sp who="T"><speaker>2. Soul.</speaker>
<l> Lie there thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="foughtst">foughtest</reg> with me <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> stoutly, </l>
<l> Now let me see what store of gold thou <reg orig="haste">hast</reg>, </l>
<l> But <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, <reg orig="me thinkes">methinks</reg> this is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> famous face: </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg> it is my <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="slaine">slain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> fight, </l>
<l> O monstrous times begetting such <reg orig="euents">events</reg>, </l>
<l> How cruel <reg orig="bloudy">bloody</reg>, and ironious, </l>
<l> This <reg orig="deadlie">deadly</reg> <reg orig="quarrell">quarrel</reg> <reg orig="dailie">daily</reg> doth beget, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Poore">Poor</reg> boy thy father <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> thee <reg orig="lif">life</reg> too late, </l>
<l> And hath <reg orig="bereau'de">bereaved</reg> thee of thy life too <reg orig="sone">soon</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Wo">Woe</reg> <reg orig="aboue">above</reg> <reg orig="wo">woe</reg>, <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg> more <reg orig="then">than</reg> common <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>, </l>
<l> Whilst <reg orig="Lyons">Lions</reg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg> and <reg orig="battaile">battle</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their dens, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Poore">Poor</reg> lambs do <reg orig="feele">feel</reg> the <reg orig="rigor">rigour</reg> of their wraths: </l>
<l> The red rose and the white are <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his face, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> colours of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="striuing">striving</reg> houses, </l>
<l> Wither one rose, and let the other flourish, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> if you <reg orig="striue">strive</reg>, ten thousand <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> must perish. </l></sp>
<sp who="S"><speaker>1. Sould.</speaker>
<l> How <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> my mother <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> death, </l>
<l> Take <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> with me and <reg orig="nere">never</reg> be <reg orig="satisfide">satisfied</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="T"><speaker>2. Sol.</speaker>
<l> How <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> my wife <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> slaughter of my son, </l>
<l> Take <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> with me and <reg orig="nere">never</reg> be <reg orig="satisfide">satisfied</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> How <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> the people now <reg orig="misdeeme">misdeem</reg> their king. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> would my death their <reg orig="mindes">minds</reg> could <reg orig="satisfie">satisfy</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="S"><speaker>1. Sould.</speaker>
<l> Was <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> son <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> rude his <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="spil">spill</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="T"><speaker>2, Soul.</speaker>
<l> Was <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> father <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="vnnaturall">unnatural</reg> his son <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> kill? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Was <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> king thus <reg orig="greeud">grieved</reg> and vexed still? </l></sp>
<sp who="S"><speaker>1. Sould.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> thee hence from this accursed place, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="wo">woe</reg> is me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> see my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> face. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit with his father.</stage>
<sp who="T"><speaker>2. Soul.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> thee hence <reg orig="& ">and</reg> let them fight <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> murdered where I should not kill. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit with his sonne.</stage>
<pb n="C3"/>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Weepe">Weep</reg> wretched man, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> lay thee <reg orig="teare">tear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> tear, </l>
<l> Here sits a king as woe begone as thee. </l></sp>
<stage>Alarmes and enter the Queene.</stage>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Barwicke <reg orig="presentlie">presently</reg>, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="daie">day</reg> is lost, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends are murdered, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> hope is left <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, therefore <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter prince Edward.</stage>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prince.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> father <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> men <reg orig="haue">have</reg> left the field, </l>
<l> Take horse sweet father, let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="saue">save</reg> <reg orig="ourselues">ourselves</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Exeter.</stage>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Exet.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="vengance">vengeance</reg> comes along with him: </l>
<l> Nay stand not <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> expostulate make <reg orig="hast">haste</reg>, </l>
<l> Or else come after, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> before. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>K Hen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Naie">Nay</reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> good Exeter, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> along with thee. </l></sp></div2>
  <div2 n="6">
<stage>Enter Clifford wounded, with an
arrow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his necke.</stage>
<sp who="I"><speaker>Clif.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Heere">Here</reg> <reg orig="burnes">burns</reg> my <reg orig="candell">candle</reg> out, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> whilst it lasted <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> king Henry light. </l>
<l> Ah Lancaster, I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> thine <reg orig="ouerthrow">overthrow</reg>, </l>
<l> More <reg orig="then">than</reg> my bodies parting from my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>. </l>
<l> My <reg orig="loue">love</reg> and <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <reg orig="glude">glued</reg> <reg orig="manie">many</reg> <reg orig="friendes">friends</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, </l>
<l> And now I die, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> tough commixture melts. </l>
<l> Impairing Henry strengthened misproud Yorke, </l>
<l> The common people <reg orig="swarme">swarm</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> summer flies, </l>
<l> And whither flies the Gnats but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the sun? </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> shines now but Henries <reg orig="enemie">enemy</reg>? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> Phoebus hadst thou <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="giuen">given</reg> consent, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> Phaeton should <reg orig="checke">check</reg> thy <reg orig="fierie">fiery</reg> <reg orig="steedes">steeds</reg>, </l>
<l> Thy burning <reg orig="carre">car</reg> had <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="scorcht">scorched</reg> the earth. </l>
<l> And Henry hadst thou <reg orig="liu'd">lived</reg> as kings should <reg orig="doe">do</reg>, </l>
<l> And as thy father and his father did, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Giuing">Giving</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> foot <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the house of Yorke, </l>
<l> I and ten thousand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this <reg orig="wofull">woeful</reg> land, </l>
<l> Had left <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> mourning <reg orig="Widdowes">Widows</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="deathes">deaths</reg>, </l>
<l> And thou this <reg orig="daie">day</reg> hadst kept thy throne <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> what doth cherish <reg orig="weedes">weeds</reg> but gentle <reg orig="aire">air</reg>? </l>
<l> And what makes robbers bold but <reg orig="lenitie">lenity</reg>? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Bootlesse">Bootless</reg> are <reg orig="plaintes">plaints</reg>, and <reg orig="curelesse">cureless</reg> are my <reg orig="woundes">wounds</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> <reg orig="waie">way</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> strength <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hold <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> flight, </l>
<l> The foe is <reg orig="mercilesse">merciless</reg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> me, </l>
<l> And at their hands I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="deserude">deserved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg>. </l>
<l> The <reg orig="aire">air</reg> is got into my bleeding wounds, </l>
<l> And much effuse of <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> doth make me faint, </l>
<l> Come Yorke and Richard, Warwike and the rest, </l>
<l> I <reg orig="stabde">stabbed</reg> your fathers, now come split my <reg orig="brest">breast</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Edward, Richard and Warwike, 
 and Souldiers.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Thus <reg orig="farre">far</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> fortunes <reg orig="keepes">keeps</reg> an <reg orig="vpward">upward</reg> </l>
<l> Course, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are <reg orig="grast">graced</reg> with wreathes of <reg orig="victorie">victory</reg>. </l>
<l> Some <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg> pursue the <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> minded <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> now towards Barwike doth <reg orig="poste">post</reg> <reg orig="amaine">amain</reg>, </l>
<l> But <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Clifford is fled <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> with them? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> impossible he should escape, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> though before his face I <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> the words, </l>
<l> Your brother Richard <reg orig="markt">marked</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="graue">grave</reg>. </l>
<l> And <reg orig="where so ere">wheresoever</reg> he be I warrant him dead. </l></sp>
<stage>Clifford grones and then dies.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Harke">Hark</reg>, what <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> is this <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> takes his <reg orig="heauy">heavy</reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> A <reg orig="deadlie">deadly</reg> <reg orig="grone">groan</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> life and deaths departure. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> See <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> it is, and now the <reg orig="battailes">battle is</reg> ended, </l>
<l> Friend or foe, let him be <reg orig="friendlie">friendly</reg> <reg orig="vsed">used</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Reuerse">Reverse</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="doome">doom</reg> of <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> Clifford. </l>
<pb n="C4v"/>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <reg orig="kild">killed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> tender brother Rutland, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="stabd">stabbed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="princelie">princely</reg> father Duke of Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> From off the gates of Yorke fetch <reg orig="downe">down</reg> the </l>
<l> Head, Your <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> head <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> Clifford placed there, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Insteed">Instead</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, let his <reg orig="supplie">supply</reg> the <reg orig="roome">room</reg>. </l>
<l> Measure <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> measure must be answered. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Bring forth <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> <reg orig="skrichowle">screech-owl</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> house, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> nothing sung <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> but <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> and death, </l>
<l> Now his <reg orig="euill">evil</reg> boding tongue <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more shall <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> his <reg orig="vnderstanding">understanding</reg> is bereft. </l>
<l> Say Clifford, <reg orig="doest">dost</reg> thou know <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> <reg orig="speakes">speaks</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Darke">Dark</reg> <reg orig="cloudie">cloudy</reg> death <reg orig="oreshades">over-shades</reg> his <reg orig="beames">beams</reg> of life, </l>
<l> And he nor sees nor <reg orig="heares">hears</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> what <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="saie">say</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> would he did, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> perhaps he doth, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> his <reg orig="policie">policy</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the time of death, </l>
<l> He might <reg orig="auoid">avoid</reg> such bitter <reg orig="stormes">storms</reg> as he </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> his <reg orig="houre">hour</reg> of death did <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> father. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>George.</speaker>
<l> Richard if thou thinkest <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, vex him with eager words. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Clifford, <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> <reg orig="mercie">mercy</reg> and <reg orig="obtaine">obtain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> grace. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Clifford, repent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="bootlesse">bootless</reg> penitence. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Clifford <reg orig="deuise">devise</reg> excuses <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy fault. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>George.</speaker>
<l> Whilst <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="deuise">devise</reg> fell tortures <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy fault. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Thou <reg orig="pittiedst">pitiedest</reg> Yorke, and I am <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Thou <reg orig="pittiedst">pitiedest</reg> Rutland, and I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> thee. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>George.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Wheres">Where is</reg> <reg orig="captaine">captain</reg> Margaret <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fence you </l>
<l> now? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> They <reg orig="mocke">mock</reg> thee Clifford, <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg> as thou wast </l>
<l> wont. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> What not an <reg orig="oth">oath</reg>? Nay, then I know <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> dead, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> hard, when Clifford cannot <reg orig="foord">ford</reg> his friend an oath. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> this I know <reg orig="hees">he is</reg> dead, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>, </l>
<l> Would this right hand buy but an <reg orig="howres">hour's</reg> life, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> all contempt might <reg orig="raile">rail</reg> at him. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ide">I would</reg> cut it off and with the issuing <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>, </l>
<l> Stifle the <reg orig="villaine">villain</reg> whose <reg orig="instanched">unstaunched</reg> thirst, </l>
<l> Yorke and young Rutland could not <reg orig="satisfie">satisfy</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, but he is dead, off with the traitors head, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="reare">rear</reg> it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the place your fathers stands. </l>
<l> And now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London with triumphant march, </l>
<l> There <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be crowned Englands <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> king. </l>
<l> From thence shall Warwike <reg orig="crosse">cross</reg> the seas <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> the <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> Bona <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> shalt thou sinew both these <reg orig="landes">lands</reg> <reg orig="togither">together</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="hauing">having</reg> France thy friend thou needst not dread, </l>
<l> The scattered foe <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> hopes <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rise <reg orig="againe">again</reg>. </l>
<l> And though they cannot greatly sting <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> hurt, </l>
<l> Yet <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> them <reg orig="busie">busy</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> offend thine <reg orig="eares">ears</reg>. </l>
<l> First <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> see the coronation done, </l>
<l> And afterward <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="crosse">cross</reg> the seas <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> effect this marriage if it please my Lord. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> as thou wilt good Warwike let it be. </l>
<l> But first before <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="goe">go</reg>, George <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg>. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> here create thee Duke of Clarence, and girt thee with </l>
<l> the sword. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> younger brother Richard Duke of Glocester. </l>
<l> Warwike as <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> do <reg orig="& ">and</reg> <reg orig="vndo">undo</reg> as him pleaseth best. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Let me be Duke of Clarence, George of Gloster, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Glosters <reg orig="Dukedome">Dukedom</reg> is too ominous. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Tush <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> a childish <reg orig="obseruation">observation</reg>. </l>
<l> Richard be Duke of Gloster. Now <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see these <reg orig="honors">honours</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> possession. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes.</stage></div2></div1>
<div1 n="3"><div2 n="1">
 <stage>Enter two keepers with bow and arrowes.</stage>
<sp who="U"><speaker>Keeper.</speaker>
<l> Come, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> take <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> stands <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> this hill, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="fossil">by</seg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="fossil">by</seg> the <reg orig="deere">dear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> come this <reg orig="waie">way</reg>. </l>
<l> But <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, <reg orig="heere">here</reg> comes a man, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> listen him a while. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter king Henrie disguisde.</stage>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> From Scotland am I <reg orig="stolne">stolen</reg> <reg orig="euen">even</reg> of pure <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, </l>
<l> And thus <reg orig="disguisde">disguised</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> greet my <reg orig="natiue">native</reg> land. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, Henrie <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>. It is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> land of thine, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> bending knee <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> call thee Caesar now, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> humble <reg orig="suters">suitors</reg> sues <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> right, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> how canst thou <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> them and not <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="U"><speaker>Keeper.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> <reg orig="marrie">marry</reg> sir, here is a <reg orig="deere">dear</reg>, his skin is a </l>
<l> Keepers fee. <reg orig="Sirra">Sirrah</reg> stand close, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> as I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg>, </l>
<l> This is the king, king Edward hath <reg orig="deposde">deposed</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> My <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> and <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <reg orig="soules">souls</reg> are gone <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> </l>
<l> France, and as I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> the great commanding Warwike, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="intreat">entreat</reg> a marriage with the <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> Bona, </l>
<l> If this be true; <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> and <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, </l>
<l> Your labour is but spent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="vaine">vain</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Lewis is a prince <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> <reg orig="wun">won</reg> with words, </l>
<l> And Warwike is a <reg orig="subtill">subtle</reg> Orator. </l>
<l> He <reg orig="laughes">laughs</reg> and <reg orig="saies">says</reg>, his Edward is <reg orig="instalde">installed</reg>, </l>
<l> She <reg orig="weepes">weeps</reg>, and <reg orig="saies">says</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> Henry is <reg orig="deposde">deposed</reg>, </l>
<l> He <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his right hand asking a wife <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Edward, </l>
<l> She <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> his left side <reg orig="crauing">craving</reg> <reg orig="aide">aid</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Henry. </l></sp>
<sp who="U"><speaker>Keeper.</speaker>
<l> What art thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="talkes">talks</reg> of kings and queens? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> More <reg orig="then">than</reg> I <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="lesse">less</reg> I should not be. </l>
<l> A man at least, and more I cannot be, </l>
<l> And men <reg orig="maie">may</reg> <reg orig="talke">talk</reg> of kings, and why not I? </l></sp>
<sp who="U"><speaker>Keeper.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> but thou talkest as if thou wert a king <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> Why <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> mind though not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="shew">show</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="U"><speaker>Keeper.</speaker>
<l> And if thou be a king where is thy <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> My <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my hart, not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my head. </l>
<l> My <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> is <reg orig="calde">called</reg> content, a <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> </l>
<l> Kings <reg orig="doe">do</reg> <reg orig="seldome">seldom</reg> times <reg orig="enioy">enjoy</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="U"><speaker>Keeper.</speaker>
<l> And if thou be a king <reg orig="crownd">crowned</reg> with content, </l>
<l> Your <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> content and you, must be content </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> go with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the officer, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> </l>
<l> You are <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> quondam king, <reg orig="K.">King</reg> Edward hath <reg orig="deposde">deposed</reg>, </l>
<l> And therefore <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> charge you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Gods name <reg orig="& ">and</reg> the kings </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> go along with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the officers. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> Gods name be <reg orig="fulfild">fulfilled</reg>, your kings name be </l>
<l> <reg orig="Obaide">Obeyed</reg>, and be you kings, command and <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="obay">obey</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes.</stage></div2>
<div2 n="2"><stage>Enter king Edward, Clarence, and Gloster, Montague, <lb/>
 Hastings, and the Lady Gray.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> Brothers of Clarence, and of Glocester, </l>
<l> This ladies husband <reg orig="heere">here</reg> sir Richard Gray, </l>
<l> At the <reg orig="battaile">battle</reg> of saint Alkones did lose his life, </l>
<l> His lands then were <reg orig="seazed">seized</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the conqueror. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">Her</seg> <reg orig="sute">suit</reg> is now <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="repossesse">repossess</reg> those lands, </l>
<l> And sith <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="quarrell">quarrel</reg> of the house of Yorke, </l>
<l> The noble gentleman did lose his life, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> cannot <reg orig="denie">deny</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="sute">suit</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> shall <reg orig="doe">do</reg> well <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> grant it then. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg>, but yet <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> make a pause. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, is the wind <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="doore">door</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Clarence,</speaker>
<l> I see the Lady hath <reg orig="some thing">something</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> grant, </l>
<l> Before the king <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> grant <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> humble <reg orig="sute">suit</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> He knows the game, how well he <reg orig="keepes">keeps</reg> the wind. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> Widow come some other time <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> know <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> mind. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> May it please your grace I cannot brooke <reg orig="delaies">delays</reg>, </l>
<l> I beseech your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> dispatch me now. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> Lords <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, <reg orig="wee"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg></reg> <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="trie">try</reg> this <reg orig="widowes">widow's</reg> wit. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, good <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> till youth take <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your crouch. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> Come hither <reg orig="widdow">widow</reg>, <reg orig="howe">how</reg> many children <reg orig="haste">hast</reg> </l>
<l> thou? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> he <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="begge">beg</reg> a child <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Nay whip me then, <reg orig="heele">he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> rather <reg orig="giue">give</reg> <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg></reg> two. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> Three my most <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> You shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="foure">four</reg> and you <reg orig="wil"><seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be <reg orig="rulde">ruled</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> him. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> Were it not <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> they <reg orig="shoulde">should</reg> loose their <reg orig="fathers">fathers'</reg> </l>
<l> lands? </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> Be <reg orig="pittifull">pitiful</reg> then dread <reg orig="L">Lord</reg>. and grant it them. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> tell thee how these lands are <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be got. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> shall you bind me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="highnesse">highness'</reg> <reg orig="seruice">service</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> What <reg orig="seruice">service</reg> wilt thou <reg orig="doe">do</reg> me if I grant it them? </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> what your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> shall command. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Naie">Nay</reg> then widow <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> warrant you all your </l>
<l> <reg orig="Husbands">Husband's</reg> lands, if you grant <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do what he </l>
<l> Commands. Fight close or <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> good faith </l>
<l> You catch a clap. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Naie">Nay</reg> I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> not <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> she fall. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Marie">Marry</reg> godsforbot man, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <reg orig="heele">he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> take vantage </l>
<l> then. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> Why stops my Lord, shall I not know my <reg orig="taske">task</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> An <reg orig="easie">easy</reg> <reg orig="taske">task</reg>, <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> but <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> a king. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> is</reg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> <reg orig="performde">performed</reg>, because I am a <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> Why then thy <reg orig="husbandes">husband's</reg> <reg orig="landes">lands</reg> I <reg orig="freelie">freely</reg> <reg orig="giue">give</reg> </l>
<l> thee. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> I take my <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> with <reg orig="manie">many</reg> thousand <reg orig="thankes">thanks</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> The match is made, <reg orig="shee">she</reg> <reg orig="seales">seals</reg> it with a <reg orig="cursie">curtsy</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Staie">Stay</reg> <reg orig="widdow">widow</reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg>, what <reg orig="loue">love</reg> dost thou <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> </l>
<l> I sue <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> get? </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> My humble <reg orig="seruice">service</reg>, such as <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> owes </l>
<l> and the <reg orig="lawes">laws</reg> commands. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my troth, I meant <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> such <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> tell thee the troth, I <reg orig="aime">aim</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> lie with thee. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> tell you <reg orig="plaine">plain</reg> my Lord, I had rather lie </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> prison. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> Why then thou canst not get thy <reg orig="husbandes">husband's</reg> </l>
<l> lands. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> Then mine <reg orig="honestie">honesty</reg> shall be my dower, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="losse">loss</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not purchase them. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed.</speaker>
<l> Herein thou <reg orig="wrongst">wrongest</reg> thy children <reg orig="mightilie">mightily</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Heerein">Herein</reg> your <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> wrongs both them and </l>
<l> Me, but <reg orig="mightie">mighty</reg> Lord this <reg orig="merrie">merry</reg> inclination </l>
<l> Agrees not with the <reg orig="sadnesse">sadness</reg> of my <reg orig="sute">suit</reg>. </l>
<l> Please it your <reg orig="highnes">highness</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="dismisse">dismiss</reg> me either with I or <seg type="homograph" subtype="fossil">no</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, if thou <reg orig="saie">say</reg> <reg orig="I">aye</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my request, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, if thou <reg orig="saie">say</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my demand. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg> my Lord, my <reg orig="sute">suit</reg> is at an end. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> The <reg orig="widdow">widow</reg> likes him not, <reg orig="shee">she</reg> bends the brow. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> Why he is the bluntest <reg orig="woer">wooer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="christendome">christendom</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Ed</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">Her</seg> <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> are all <reg orig="repleat">replete</reg> with <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>, </l>
<l> One <reg orig="waie">way</reg> or other she is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a king, </l>
<l> And she shall be my <reg orig="loue">love</reg> or else my <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Saie">Say</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> king Edward <reg orig="tooke">took</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> better said <reg orig="then">than</reg> done, my <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Lord, </l>
<l> I am a <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> fit <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="iest">jest</reg> <reg orig="withall">withal</reg>, </l>
<l> But far <reg orig="vnfit">unfit</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be a <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> Sweet <reg orig="widdow">widow</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my state I <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>, I <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> more <reg orig="then">than</reg> what my hart intends, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="enioie">enjoy</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my <reg orig="loue">love</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is more <reg orig="then">than</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg>, </l>
<l> I know I am too bad <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be your <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> And yet too good <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be your Concubine. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> You <reg orig="cauill">cavil</reg> <reg orig="widdow">widow</reg>, I did <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> my <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="V"><speaker>La.</speaker>
<l> Your grace would be loath my <reg orig="sonnes">sons</reg> should call </l>
<l> you father. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> more <reg orig="then">than</reg> when my daughters call thee </l>
<l> Mother. Thou art a widow and thou hast some children, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Gods mother I being but a <reg orig="bacheler">bachelor</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> other some. Why <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> a happy thing </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> be the father of <reg orig="manie">many</reg> children. </l>
<l> Argue <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> thou shalt be my <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> The <reg orig="ghostlie">ghostly</reg> father now hath done his shrift. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> When he was made a <reg orig="shriuer">shriver</reg> <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> shift. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> Brothers, you muse what <reg orig="talke">talk</reg> the <reg orig="widdow">widow</reg> </l>
<l> And I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> had, you would <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> it strange </l>
<l> If I should <reg orig="marrie">marry</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Marrie">Marry</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> my Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> whom? </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> Why Clarence <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> would be ten <reg orig="daies">days'</reg> wonder at the least. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> Why <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> a <reg orig="daie">day</reg> longer <reg orig="then">than</reg> a wonder <reg orig="lastes">lasts</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much more are the wonders <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="extreames">extremes</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> Well, <reg orig="ieast">jest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> brothers, I can tell you, <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg></reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Sute">Suit</reg> is granted <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="husbands">husband's</reg> lands. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter a Messenger.</stage>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="And">If</reg> it please your grace, Henry your foe is </l>
<l> Taken, and brought as prisoner <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> your <reg orig="pallace">palace</reg> gates. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>K Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> with him and send him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Tower, </l>
<l> And let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> go question with the man about </l>
<l> His apprehension. Lords along, and <reg orig="vse">use</reg> this </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ladie">Lady</reg> <reg orig="honorablie">honourably</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes.</stage>
<stage>Manet Gloster and speakes.</stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glost.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, Edward <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> women <reg orig="honourablie">honourably</reg>, </l>
<l> Would he were wasted marrow, bones and all, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> from his <reg orig="loines">loins</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> issue might succeed </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> hinder me from the golden time I <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">for</seg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I am not yet <reg orig="lookt">looked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the world. </l>
<l> First is there Edward, Clarence, and Henry </l>
<l> And his <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, and all they <reg orig="lookt for">looked-for</reg> issue </l>
<l> Of their <reg orig="loines">loins</reg> ere I can plant <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>, </l>
<l> A cold premeditation <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> my purpose, </l>
<l> What other pleasure is there <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the world beside? </l>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> go clad my <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="gaie">gay</reg> ornaments, </l>
<l> And lull <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> within a ladies lap, </l>
<l> And witch sweet Ladies with my words and <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> monstrous man, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> harbour such a thought! </l>
<l> Why <reg orig="loue">love</reg> did <reg orig="scorne">scorn</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my mothers <reg orig="wombe">womb</reg>. </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I should not <reg orig="deale">deal</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg></reg> <reg orig="affaires">affairs</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Shee">She</reg> did corrupt <reg orig="fraile">frail</reg> nature <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the flesh, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="plaste">placed</reg> an <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> <reg orig="mountaine">mountain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> my <reg orig="backe">back</reg>, </l>
<l> Where sits deformity <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="mocke">mock</reg> my <reg orig="bodie">body</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="drie">dry</reg> mine <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a withered <reg orig="shrimpe">shrimp</reg>. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> make my <reg orig="legges">legs</reg> of an <reg orig="vnequall">unequal</reg> size, </l>
<l> And am I then a man <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="belou'd">beloved</reg>? </l>
<l> Easier <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="compasse">compass</reg> <reg orig="twentie">twenty</reg> <reg orig="crownes">crowns</reg>. </l>
<l> Tut I can smile, and murder when I smile, </l>
<l> I <reg orig="crie">cry</reg> content, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="greeues">grieves</reg> me most. </l>
<l> I can <reg orig="adde">add</reg> colours <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="Camelion">Chameleon</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a need change shapes with Protheus, </l>
<l> And set the aspiring Catalin <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="schoole">school</reg>. </l>
<l> Can I <reg orig="doe">do</reg> this, and cannot get the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>? </l>
<l> Tush were it ten times higher, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> pull it <reg orig="downe">down</reg>. </l></sp>
 <div2 n="3">
<stage>Enter king Lewis and the ladie Bona, and Queene<lb/>
Margaret, Prince Edward, and Oxford<lb/>>
and others. </stage>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lewes.</speaker>
<l> Welcome <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> Margaret <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Court of </l>
<l> France, </l>
<l> It fits not Lewis <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> sit while thou dost stand, </l>
<l> Sit <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my side, and here I vow <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, </l>
<l> Thou shalt <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="aide">aid</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="repossesse">repossess</reg> thy right, </l>
<l> And beat proud Edward from his <reg orig="vsurped">usurped</reg> seat. </l>
<l> And place king Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his former rule. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="humblie">humbly</reg> <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> your <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> <reg orig="maiestie">majesty</reg>. </l>
<l> And pray the God of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> thy state, </l>
<l> Great king of France, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> thus regards <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> wrongs. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Warwike.</stage>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> How now, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is this? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Warwike Edwardes chiefest friend. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> Welcome <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> Warwike, what brings thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> </l>
<l> France? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> From worthy Edward king of England, </l>
<l> My Lord and <reg orig="Soueraigne">Sovereign</reg> and thy vowed friend, </l>
<l> I come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="kindnes">kindness</reg> and <reg orig="vnfained">unfeigned</reg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, </l>
<l> First <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> do greetings <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> person, </l>
<l> And then <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> a league of <reg orig="amitie">amity</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="lastlie">lastly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="confirme">confirm</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="amitie">amity</reg> </l>
<l> With <reg orig="nuptiall">nuptial</reg> knot if thou vouchsafe <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> grant </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> <reg orig="vertuous">virtuous</reg> <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> Bona thy <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> sister, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> Englands king <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> marriage. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> And if this go forward all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> hope is done. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> And <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> Madam, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> kings <reg orig="behalfe">behalf</reg>, </l>
<l> I am commanded with your <reg orig="loue">love</reg> and <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Humblie">Humbly</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> your hand and with my tongue, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> tell the passions of my <reg orig="soueraines">sovereign's</reg> hart, </l>
<l> Where same late <reg orig="entring">entering</reg> at his <reg orig="heedfull">heedful</reg> <reg orig="eares">ears</reg>, </l>
<l> Hath <reg orig="plast">placed</reg> thy glorious image and thy <reg orig="vertues">virtues</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> King Lewes and Lady Bona <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> me <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>, </l>
<l> Before you <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> Warwike or his words, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="hee">he</reg> it is hath done <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all these wrongs. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Iniurious">Injurious</reg> Margaret. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prince Ed.</speaker>
<l> And why not <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Because thy father Henry did <reg orig="vsurpe">usurp</reg>, </l>
<l> And thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more art Prince <reg orig="then">than</reg> <reg orig="shee">she</reg> is <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Ox.</speaker>
<l> Then Warwike <reg orig="disanuls">disannuls</reg> great Iohn of Gaunt, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> did subdue the greatest part of Spaine, </l>
<l> And after Iohn of Gaunt wise Henry the fourth, </l>
<l> Whose <reg orig="wisedome">wisdom</reg> was a <reg orig="mirrour">mirror</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the world. </l>
<l> And after this wise prince Henry the <reg orig="fift">fifth</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> with his <reg orig="prowesse">prowess</reg> conquered all France, </l>
<l> From these <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> Henries <reg orig="lineallie">lineally</reg> <reg orig="discent">descent</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Oxford, how haps <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this smooth discourse </l>
<l> You told not how Henry the sixt had lost </l>
<l> All <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Henry the <reg orig="fift">fifth</reg> had gotten. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Me thinkes">Methinks</reg> these <reg orig="peeres">peers</reg> of France should smile at <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the rest you tell a <reg orig="pettigree">pedigree</reg> </l>
<l> Of threescore and two <reg orig="yeares">years</reg> a <reg orig="sillie">silly</reg> time, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> make prescription <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a <reg orig="kingdomes">kingdom's</reg> worth. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> Why Warwike, canst thou <reg orig="denie">deny</reg> thy king, </l>
<l> Whom thou <reg orig="obeyedst">obeyedest</reg> <reg orig="thirtie">thirty</reg> and eight <reg orig="yeeres">years</reg>, </l>
<pb n="D1V"/>
<l> And bewray thy treasons with a blush? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Can Oxford <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> did <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> fence the right, </l>
<l> Now buckler <reg orig="falshood">falsehood</reg> with a <reg orig="pettigree">pedigree</reg>? </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> shame <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> Henry and call Edward king. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> Call him my king <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> whom mine elder </l>
<l> Brother the Lord Aubray Vere was done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death, </l>
<l> And more than <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg>, my father <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the </l>
<l> <reg orig="Downefall">Downfall</reg> of his mellowed <reg orig="yeares">years</reg>, </l>
<l> When age did call him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="dore">door</reg> of death? </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> Warwike <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, whilst life <reg orig="vpholds">upholds</reg> this <reg orig="arme">arm</reg>, </l>
<l> This <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> <reg orig="vpholds">upholds</reg> the house of Lancaster. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> And I the house of Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>K Lewes.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> Margaret, prince Edward and </l>
<l> Oxford, vouchsafe <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="forbeare">forbear</reg> a while, </l>
<l> Till I <reg orig="doe">do</reg> <reg orig="talke">talk</reg> a word with Warwike. </l>
<l> Now Warwike <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> thy <reg orig="honor">honour</reg> tell me true; </l>
<l> Is Edward <reg orig="lawfull">lawful</reg> king or <seg type="homograph" subtype="fossil">no</seg>? </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I were loath <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="linke">link</reg> with him, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> is not lawful heir. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Thereon I <reg orig="pawne">pawn</reg> mine honour and my credit. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> What is he <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the peoples <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> The more, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Henry is <reg orig="vnfortunate">unfortunate</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> What is his <reg orig="loue">love</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> sister Bona? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Such it <reg orig="seemes">seems</reg> </l>
<l> As <reg orig="maie">may</reg> <reg orig="beseeme">beseem</reg> a <reg orig="monarke">monarch</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <reg orig="himself">himself</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="My selfe">Myself</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> often heard him <reg orig="saie">say</reg> and <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> this his <reg orig="loue">love</reg> was an <reg orig="eternall">eternal</reg> plant, </l>
<l> The root whereof was <reg orig="fixt">fixed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="vertues">virtues</reg> ground, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="leaues">leaves</reg> and <reg orig="fruite">fruit</reg> <reg orig="maintainde">maintained</reg> with beauties sun, </l>
<l> Exempt from <reg orig="enuie">envy</reg>, but not from <reg orig="disdaine">disdain</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vnlesse">Unless</reg> the <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> Bona quite his <reg orig="paine">pain</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> Then sister let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> your <reg orig="firme">firm</reg> <reg orig="resolue">resolve</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="Z"><speaker>Bona.</speaker>
<l> Your grant or your denial shall be mine, </l>
<l> But ere this <reg orig="daie">day</reg> I must <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg>, when I </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> heard your kings deserts recounted, </l>
<l> Mine <reg orig="eares">ears</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> tempted <reg orig="iudgement">judgment</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> desire. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> Then draw <reg orig="neere">near</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> Margaret and be a </l>
<l> <reg orig="Witnesse">Witness</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Bona shall be wife <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the English king. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prince Edw.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> Edward but not the English king. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Henry now <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Scotland at his ease, </l>
<l> Where <reg orig="hauing">having</reg> nothing nothing can he lose, </l>
<l> And as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> you <reg orig="yourselfe">yourself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> quondam <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> You <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a father able <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="mainetaine">maintain</reg> your state, </l>
<l> And better <reg orig="twere">it were</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> trouble him <reg orig="then">than</reg> France. </l></sp>
<stage>Sound <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a post within.</stage>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> Here comes some post Warwike <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee or <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="AA"><speaker>Post.</speaker>
<l> My Lord ambassador this letter is <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> you, </l>
<l> Sent from your brother Marquis Montague. </l>
<l> This from <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> king <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>. </l>
<l> And these <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you Madam, from whom I know not. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> it well <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> and <reg orig="mistresse">mistress</reg>, </l>
<l> Smiles at <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="newes">news</reg> when Warwike frets as his. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>P. Ed.</speaker>
<l> And <reg orig="marke">mark</reg> how Lewes stamps as he were nettled. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> Now Margaret <reg orig="& ">and</reg> Warwike, what are your news? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Mine such as <reg orig="fils">fills</reg> my hart full of <reg orig="ioie">joy</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Mine full of sorrow and <reg orig="harts">heart's</reg> discontent. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> What hath your king married the <reg orig="Ladie">Lady</reg> Gray, </l>
<l> And now <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> excuse <reg orig="himself">himself</reg> sends <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> a post of papers? </l>
<l> How dares he presume <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> thus? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> This <reg orig="proueth">proveth</reg> Edwards <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, <reg orig="& ">and</reg> Warwiks honesty. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> King Lewis, I here protest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> sight of <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the hope I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> of <reg orig="heauenlie">heavenly</reg> <reg orig="blisse">bliss</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I am <reg orig="cleare">clear</reg> from this misdeed of Edwards. </l>
<pb n="D2v"/>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> more my king, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> he dishonours me, </l>
<l> And most <reg orig="himself">himself</reg>, if he could see his shame. </l>
<l> Did I forget <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the house of Yorke. </l>
<l> My father came <reg orig="vntimelie">untimely</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his death? </l>
<l> Did I let <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> the abuse done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my <reg orig="neece">niece</reg>? </l>
<l> Did I impale him with the <reg orig="regall">regal</reg> <reg orig="Crowne">Crown</reg>, </l>
<l> And thrust king Henry from his <reg orig="natiue">native</reg> home, </l>
<l> And most <reg orig="vngratefull">ungrateful</reg> doth he <reg orig="vse">use</reg> me thus? </l>
<l> My <reg orig="gratious">gracious</reg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> pardon what is past, </l>
<l> And henceforth I am thy true <reg orig="seruitour">servitor</reg>, </l>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> the wrongs done <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> Bona, </l>
<l> And replant Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his former state. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Yes Warwike I <reg orig="doe">do</reg> quite forget thy former </l>
<l> Faults, if now thou wilt become king Henries friend. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> much his friend, <reg orig="I">aye</reg> his <reg orig="vnfained">unfeigned</reg> friend, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> if king Lewes vouchsafe <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> furnish <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg> </l>
<l> With some few bands of chosen <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="vndertake">undertake</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> land them <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> coast, </l>
<l> And force the Tyrant from his <reg orig="seate">seat</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> not his new made bride shall succour him. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> Then at the last I <reg orig="firmelie">firmly</reg> am <reg orig="resolu'd">resolved</reg>, </l>
<l> You shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="aide">aid</reg>: and English messenger <reg orig="returne">return</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> post, and tell false Edward thy supposed king, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> Lewis of France is sending <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> Maskers </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="reuell">revel</reg> it with him and his new bride. </l></sp>
<sp who="Z"><speaker>Bona.</speaker>
<l> Tell him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hope <reg orig="heele">he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be a Widower <reg orig="shortlie">shortly</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> the willow garland <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his sake. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Tell him my mourning <reg orig="weedes">weeds</reg> be <reg orig="laide">laid</reg> aside, </l>
<l> And I am <reg orig="readie">ready</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> put armour <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Tell him from me, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he hath done me wrong, </l>
<l> And therefore <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="vncrowne">uncrown</reg> him <reg orig="er't">ere it</reg> be long. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Thears">There is</reg> thy reward, begone. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> But now tell me Warwike, what assurance </l>
<l> I shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> of thy true <reg orig="loyaltie">loyalty</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> This shall assure my constant <reg orig="loyaltie">loyalty</reg>, </l>
<l> If <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> and this young prince agree, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="ioine">join</reg> mine eldest daughter and my <reg orig="ioie">joy</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> him forthwith <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="holie">holy</reg> <reg orig="wedlockes">wedlock's</reg> <reg orig="bandes">bands</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Withall">With all</reg> my hart, <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> match I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> full <reg orig="wel">well</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Loue">Love</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> Edward, <reg orig="shee">she</reg> is <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> and <reg orig="yong">young</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="giue">give</reg> thy hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Warwike <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy <reg orig="loue">love</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="W"><speaker>Lew.</speaker>
<l> It is enough, and now <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> prepare, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="leuie">levy</reg> <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> go with you. </l>
<l> And you Lord Bourbon <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> high <reg orig="Admirall">Admiral</reg>, </l>
<l> Shall waft them <reg orig="safelie">safely</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the English coast, </l>
<l> And chase proud Edward from his <reg orig="slumbring">slumbering</reg> trance, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> mocking marriage with the name of France. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> I came from Edward as <reg orig="Imbassadour">Ambassador</reg> </l>
<l> But I <reg orig="returne">return</reg> his <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> and <reg orig="mortall">mortal</reg> foe: </l>
<l> Matter of marriage was the charge he <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> me, </l>
<l> But <reg orig="dreadfull">dreadful</reg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg> shall <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> his demand. </l>
<l> Had he none else <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make a stale but me? </l>
<l> Then none but I shall <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> his <reg orig="iest">jest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> sorrow. </l>
<l> I was the <reg orig="chiefe">chief</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="raisde">raised</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be <reg orig="chiefe">chief</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> bring him <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <corr sic="agaiue">again</corr>, </l>
<l> Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> Henries <reg orig="miserie">misery</reg>, </l>
<l> But <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> Edwards <reg orig="mockerie">mockery</reg>. </l></sp>
<div1 n="4"><div2 n="1">
<stage>Enter king Edward, the Queene and Clarence, and<lb/>
Gloster, and Montague and Hastings, and <lb/>
 Penbrooke, with souldiers.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Brothers of Clarence and of Glocester, </l>
<l> What <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> you of <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> marriage with the <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> Gray? </l></sp>
<pb n="D3v"/>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> My Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> as Warwike and Lewes </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> are <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="slacke">slack</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="iudgement">judgment</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <reg orig="theile">they <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> take </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> offence at this <reg orig="suddaine">sudden</reg> marriage. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Suppose they <reg orig="doe">do</reg>, they are but Lewes and </l>
<l> Warwike, and I am your king and Warwikes, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be <reg orig="obaied">obeyed</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> And shall, because <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> king but yet such </l>
<l> Sudden marriages <reg orig="seldome">seldom</reg> <reg orig="proueth">proveth</reg> well. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Yea brother Richard are you against <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> too? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Not I my Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">no</seg>, God <reg orig="forefend">forfend</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I should </l>
<l> Once <reg orig="gaine saie">gainsay</reg> your <reg orig="highnesse">highness'</reg> pleasure, </l>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <reg orig="& ">and</reg> <reg orig="twere">it were</reg> a <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> 
    sunder them <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="yoake">yoke</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="wel">well</reg> <reg orig="togither">together</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Setting your <reg orig="skornes">scorns</reg> and your dislikes aside, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Shew">Show</reg> me some reasons why the <reg orig="Ladie">Lady</reg> Gray, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Maie">May</reg> not be my <reg orig="loue">love</reg> and Englands <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> <reg orig="freelie">freely</reg> Clarence, Gloster, </l>
<l> Montague and Hastings. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> My Lord then this is my opinion, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> Warwike <reg orig="beeing">being</reg> <reg orig="dishonored">dishonoured</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his embassage, </l>
<l> Doth <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> <reg orig="reuenge">revenge</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> quite his <reg orig="iniuries">injuries</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> And Lewes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> regard of his sisters wrongs, </l>
<l> Doth <reg orig="ioine">join</reg> with Warwike <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> supplant your state. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Suppose <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Lewis and Warwike be <reg orig="appeasd">appeased</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> such <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> as I can best <reg orig="deuise">devise</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Mont.</speaker>
<l> But yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="ioind">joined</reg> with France <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this </l>
<l> Alliance, would more <reg orig="haue">have</reg> strengthened this <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> </l>
<l> Common wealth, <reg orig="gainst">against</reg> <reg orig="forraine">foreign</reg> <reg orig="stormes">storms</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Then">Than</reg> <reg orig="anie">any</reg> home bred marriage. </l></sp>
<sp who="AB"><speaker>Hast.</speaker>
<l> Let England be true within <reg orig="it selfe">itself</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> need not France not any alliance with them. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> this one speech the Lord Hastings <reg orig="wel">well</reg> <reg orig="deserues">deserves</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the daughter and <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> of the Lord Hungerford. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> And what then? It was <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg> it should be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> such a thing too the Lord Scales </l>
<l> Did well <reg orig="deserue">deserve</reg> at your hands, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the </l>
<l> Daughter of the Lord Bonfield, and left your </l>
<l> Brothers <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> go <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> elsewhere, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> </l>
<l> Your <reg orig="madnes">madness</reg>, you <reg orig="burie">bury</reg> your brotherhood. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Clarence, is it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a wife, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> thou art <reg orig="mal-content">malcontent</reg>, </l>
<l> Why man be of good <reg orig="cheere">cheer</reg>, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="prouide">provide</reg> thee one. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Naie">Nay</reg> you <reg orig="plaide">played</reg> the broker <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> ill <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="yourselfe">yourself</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> you shall <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make my </l>
<l> <reg orig="Choise">Choice</reg> as I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> good, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> intent, </l>
<l> I <reg orig="shortlie">shortly</reg> <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> you. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Leaue">Leave</reg> me or <reg orig="tarrie">tarry</reg> I am full <reg orig="resolu'd">resolved</reg>. </l>
<l> Edward <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not be tied <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his brothers <reg orig="wils">wills</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> My Lords <reg orig="doe">do</reg> me but right and you must </l>
<l> <reg orig="Confesse">Confess</reg>, before it <reg orig="pleasd">pleased</reg> his <reg orig="highnesse">highness</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="aduance">advance</reg> </l>
<l> My state <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> title of a <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I was not ignoble <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my birth. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Forbeare">Forbear</reg> my <reg orig="loue">love</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="fawne">fawn</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> their <reg orig="frownes">frowns</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> thee they must <reg orig="obay">obey</reg>, <reg orig="naie">nay</reg> shall <reg orig="obaie">obey</reg>, </l>
<l> And if they <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg> at my hands. </l></sp>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Mont.</speaker>
<l> My Lord, <reg orig="heere">here</reg> is the messenger <reg orig="returnd">returned</reg> from </l>
<l> France. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter a Messenger.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Now <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg>, What letters or what <reg orig="newes">news</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> letters my Lord, and such <reg orig="newes">news</reg> as without </l>
<l> your <reg orig="highnesse">highness'</reg> <reg orig="speciall">special</reg> pardon I dare not relate. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">We</seg> pardon thee, and as <reg orig="neere">near</reg> as thou canst </l>
<l> Tell me, What said Lewis <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> letters? </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> At my departure these were his <reg orig="verie">very</reg> words. </l>
<pb n="D4v"/>
<l> Go tell false Edward thy supposed king, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> Lewis of France is sending <reg orig="ouer">over</reg> Maskers, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="reuill">revel</reg> it with him and his new bride. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Is Lewis <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="braue">brave</reg>, belike he <reg orig="thinkes">thinks</reg> me Henry. </l>
<l> But what said Lady Bona <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> these wrongs? </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Tel">Tell</reg> him quoth she, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> hope <reg orig="heele">he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> a <reg orig="widdower">widower</reg> <lb/>
 shortly, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> the willow garland <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his sake. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> She had the wrong, indeed she could <reg orig="saie">say</reg> </l>
<l> Little <reg orig="lesse">less</reg>. But what <reg orig="saide">said</reg> Henries <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> as </l>
<l> I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg>, she was then <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> place? </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> Tell him quoth <reg orig="shee">she</reg> my mourning weeds be </l>
<l> <reg orig="Doone">Done</reg>, and I am <reg orig="readie">ready</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> put armour <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Then belike she <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="plaie">play</reg> the Amazon. </l>
<l> But what said Warwike <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> these <reg orig="iniuries">injuries</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> He more incensed <reg orig="then">than</reg> the rest my Lord, </l>
<l> Tell him quoth he, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> he hath done me wrong, </l>
<l> And therefore <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="vncrowne">uncrown</reg> him <reg orig="er't">ere it</reg> be long. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Ed.</speaker>
<l> Ha, Durst the <reg orig="traytor">traitor</reg> breath out such <reg orig="proude">proud</reg> words? </l>
<l> But I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="preuent">prevent</reg> the worst. </l>
<l> But what is Warwike <reg orig="friendes">friends</reg> with Margaret? </l></sp>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I my">Aye my</reg> good Lord, <reg orig="theare">they are</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="linkt">linked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> friendship, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> young Prince Edward marries Warwikes daughter. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> The elder, belike Clarence shall <reg orig="haue">have</reg> the </l>
<l> <reg orig="Yonger">Younger</reg>. All you <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="loue">love</reg> me and Warwike </l>
<l> Follow me. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit Clarence and Summerset.</stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Clarence and Summerset fled <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Warwike. </l>
<l> What <reg orig="saie">say</reg> you brother Richard, <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> I my Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="despight">despite</reg> of all <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> shall </l>
<l> Withstand you <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> why hath Nature </l>
<l> Made me halt <reg orig="downe right">downright</reg>, but <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I </l>
<l> Should be valiant and stand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> it, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> if </l>
<l> I would, I cannot <reg orig="runne">run</reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Penbrooke, go raise an <reg orig="armie">army</reg> <reg orig="presentlie">presently</reg>, </l>
<l> Pitch <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> my tent, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field this night </l>
<l> I <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rest, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the morrow <reg orig="morne">morn</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> march <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> meet proud Warwike ere he land </l>
<l> Those <reg orig="stragling">straggling</reg> <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> he hath got <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France. </l>
<l> But ere I <reg orig="goe">go</reg> Montague and Hastings, </l>
<l> You of all the rest are <reg orig="neerest">nearest</reg> allied </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Warwike, therefore tell me, if </l>
<l> You <reg orig="fauour">favour</reg> him more <reg orig="then">than</reg> me or not: </l>
<l> <reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> <reg orig="truelie">truly</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I had rather <reg orig="haue">have</reg> you open </l>
<l> Enemies, <reg orig="then">than</reg> hollow friends. </l></sp>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Monta.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> God <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> Montague as he <reg orig="proues">proves</reg> true. </l></sp>
<sp who="AB"><speaker>Hast.</speaker>
<l> And Hastings as <reg orig="hee">he</reg> <reg orig="fauours">favours</reg> Edwards cause. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> It shall suffice, come then <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> march <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes.</stage></div2>
 <div2 n="2">
<stage>Enter Warwike and Oxford, with souldiers.</stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Trust me my Lords all hitherto goes well, </l>
<l> The common people <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> numbers <reg orig="swarme">swarm</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> But see where Sommerset and Clarence comes, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> <reg orig="suddenlie">suddenly</reg> my Lords, are <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> all friends? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Feare">Fear</reg> not <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> my Lord. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Then gentle Clarence welcome <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> Warwike. </l>
<l> And welcome Summerset, I hold it <reg orig="cowardise">cowardice</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> rest <reg orig="mistrustfull">mistrustful</reg> where a noble hart, </l>
<l> Hath <reg orig="pawnde">pawned</reg> an open hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="signe">sign</reg> of <reg orig="loue">love</reg>, </l>
<l> Else might I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Clarence Edwards brother, </l>
<l> Were but a fained friend <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> proceedings, </l>
<l> But welcome sweet Clarence my daughter <reg orig="shal">shall</reg> be thine. </l>
<l> And now what rests but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> nights <reg orig="couerture">coverture</reg>, </l>
<l> Thy brother being <reg orig="careleslie">carelessly</reg> <reg orig="encampt">encamped</reg>, </l>
 <l> His <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> lurking <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="towne">town</reg> about, </l>
<l> And but attended <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> a simple <reg orig="guarde">guard</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="maie">may</reg> surprise and take him at <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> pleasure, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="skouts">scouts</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> found the <reg orig="aduenture">adventure</reg> <reg orig="verie">very</reg> <reg orig="easie">easy</reg>, </l>
<l> Then <reg orig="crie">cry</reg> king Henry with <reg orig="resolued">resolved</reg> <reg orig="mindes">minds</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="breake">break</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="presentlie">presently</reg> into his tent. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> Why then <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="waie">way</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> silent sort, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> Warwike and his friends God and saint George. </l></sp></div2>
 <div2 n="3">
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> This is his tent, and see where his guard doth </l>
<l> Stand, Courage my <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg>, now or <reg orig="neuer">never</reg>, </l>
<l> But follow me now, and Edward shall be <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">ours</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
<l> A Warwike, a Warwike. </l></sp>
<stage> Alarmes, and Gloster and Hastings flies. </stage>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">Who</seg> goes there? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Richard and Hastings let them go, <reg orig="heere">here</reg> is the </l>
<l> Duke. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> The Duke, why Warwike when <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> parted </l>
<l> Last, thou <reg orig="caldst">calledst</reg> me king? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, but the case is <reg orig="altred">altered</reg> now. </l>
<l> When you <reg orig="disgraste">disgraced</reg> me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my embassage, </l>
<l> Then I <reg orig="disgraste">disgraced</reg> you from being king, </l>
<l> And now am come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> create you Duke of Yorke, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> how should you <reg orig="gouerne">govern</reg> <reg orig="anie">any</reg>, <reg orig="kingdome">kingdom</reg>, </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="vse">use</reg> <reg orig="embassadors">ambassadors</reg>, </l>
<l> Nor how <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="vse">use</reg> your brothers <reg orig="brotherlie">brotherly</reg>, </l>
<l> Nor how <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="shrowd">shroud</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> from <reg orig="enimies">enemies</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Well Warwike, let fortune <reg orig="doe">do</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> worst, </l>
<l> Edward <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> mind <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="himself">himself</reg> a king. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> his <reg orig="minde">mind</reg> be Edward Englands king, </l>
<l> But Henry now shall <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> the English <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l>
<l> Go <reg orig="conuaie">convey</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> brother archbishop of Yorke, </l>
<l> And when I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> fought with Penbrooke <reg orig="& ">and</reg> his followers, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> come and tell thee what the <reg orig="ladie">lady</reg> Bona <reg orig="saies">says</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> a while farewell good Duke of Yorke. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt some with Edward. </stage>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> What <reg orig="followes">follows</reg> now, all <reg orig="hithertoo">hitherto</reg> goes well, </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> must dispatch some letters <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> tell the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> happy fortune, </l>
<l> And bid <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg></reg> come with speed <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="ioine">join</reg> with <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> the first thing <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg>, </l>
<l> And free king Henry from imprisonment, </l>
<l> And see him seated <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his <reg orig="regall">regal</reg> throne, </l>
<l> Come let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> haste <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>, and <reg orig="hauing">having</reg> past these cares, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> post <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Yorke, and see how Edward fares. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage></div2>
 <div2 n="5">
<stage>Enter Gloster, Hastings, and sir William Stanly. </stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Lord Hastings and sir William Stanly, </l>
<l> Know <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> the cause I sent <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> you is this. </l>
<l> I <reg orig="looke">look</reg> my brother with a slender <reg orig="traine">train</reg>, </l>
<l> Should come <reg orig="a hunting">a-hunting</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this <reg orig="forrest">forest</reg> <reg orig="heere">here</reg> . </l>
<l> The Bishop of Yorke befriends him much, </l>
<l> And lets him <reg orig="vse">use</reg> his pleasure <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the chase, </l>
<l> Now I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="priuilie">privily</reg> sent him word, </l>
<l> How I am come with you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> rescue him, </l>
<l> And see where the huntsman and he doth come. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Edward and a Huntsman. </stage>
<sp who="AC"><speaker>Hunts</speaker>
<l> This <reg orig="waie">way</reg> my Lord the <reg orig="deere">dear</reg> is gone. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg> this <reg orig="waie">way</reg> huntsman, see where the </l>
<l> Keepers stand. Now brother and the rest, </l>
<l> What, are you <reg orig="prouided">provided</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> depart? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, the horse stands at the <reg orig="parke">park</reg> corner, </l>
<l> Come, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Linne and <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> take shipping into Flanders. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Come then: Hastings, and Stanlie, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> </l>
<l> Requite your <reg orig="loues">loves</reg>. Bishop farewell, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Sheeld">Shield</reg> thee from Warwikes <reg orig="frowne">frown</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="praie">pray</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <reg orig="maie">may</reg> <reg orig="repossesse">repossess</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l>
<l> Now huntsman what <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> you <reg orig="doe">do</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="AC"><speaker>Hunts</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Marrie">Marry</reg> my Lord, I <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> I had as good </l>
<l> <reg orig="Goe">Go</reg> with you, as <reg orig="tarrie">tarry</reg> <reg orig="heere">here</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="hangde">hanged</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Come then <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> with speed. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage></div2>
 <div2 n="4">
<stage>Enter the Queene and the Lord Riuers. </stage>
<sp who="AD"><speaker>Riuers.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Tel">Tell</reg> me good <reg orig="maddam">madam</reg>, why is your grace </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">So</seg> passionate of late? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Why brother Riuers, <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> you not the <reg orig="newes">news</reg>, </l>
<l> Of <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="successe">success</reg> king Edward had of late? </l></sp>
<sp who="AD"><speaker>Riu.</speaker>
<l> What? <reg orig="losse">loss</reg> of some <reg orig="pitcht">pitched</reg> <reg orig="battaile">battle</reg> against Warwike, </l>
<l> Tush, <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> not <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> Queen, but cast those cares aside. </l>
<l> King Edwards noble mind his honours doth display: </l>
<l> And Warwike <reg orig="maie">may</reg> loose, though then he got the day. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> If <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> were all, my <reg orig="griefes">griefs</reg> were at an end: </l>
<l> But greater troubles <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> befall. </l></sp>
<sp who="AD"><speaker>Riu.</speaker>
<l> What, is he taken prisoner <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the foe, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> the danger of his <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> person then? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, <reg orig="thears">there is</reg> my <reg orig="griefe">grief</reg>, king Edward is <reg orig="surprisde">surprised</reg>, </l>
<l> And led <reg orig="awaie">away</reg>, as prisoner <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="AD"><speaker>Riu.</speaker>
<l> The <reg orig="newes">news</reg> is passing strange I must <reg orig="confesse">confess</reg>: </l>
<l> Yet comfort <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> Edward hath more friends, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Then">Than</reg>, Lancaster at this time must <reg orig="perceiue">perceive</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> some <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> set him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his throne <reg orig="againe">again</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> God grant they <reg orig="maie">may</reg>, but gentle brother come, </l>
<l> And let me <reg orig="leane">lean</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> thine <reg orig="arme">arm</reg> a while, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vntill">Until</reg> I come <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="sanctuarie">sanctuary</reg>, </l>
<l> There <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="preserue">preserve</reg> the fruit within my <reg orig="wombe">womb</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="K.">King</reg> Edwards seed true <reg orig="heire">heir</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Englands <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l></sp>
 <div2 n="7">
<stage>Enter Edward and Richard, and Hastings with a <lb/>>
 troope of Hollanders. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Thus far from Belgia <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> past the seas, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="marcht">marched</reg> from Raunspur <reg orig="hauen">haven</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> Yorke: </l>
<l> But soft the gates are shut, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">like</seg> not this. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Sound <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the drum and call them <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="wals">walls</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter the Lord Maire of Yorke <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the wals. </stage>
<sp who="AE"><speaker>Mair.</speaker>
<l> My Lords <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> had notice of your <reg orig="comming">coming</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="thats"><seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> is</reg> the cause <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> stand <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="garde">guard</reg>, </l>
<l> And shut the gates <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="preserue">preserve</reg> the <reg orig="towne">town</reg>. </l>
<l> Henry now is king, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are <reg orig="sworne">sworn</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Why my Lord <reg orig="Maire">Mayor</reg>, if Henry be your king, </l>
<l> Edward I am sure at least, is Duke of Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="AE"><speaker>Mair.</speaker>
<l> Truth my Lord, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> know you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="lesse">less</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="craue">crave</reg> nothing but my <reg orig="Dukedome">Dukedom</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> But when the Fox hath gotten <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his head, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Heele">He <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="quicklie">quickly</reg> make the <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> follow after. </l></sp>
<sp who="AB"><speaker>Hast.</speaker>
<l> Why my Lord <reg orig="Maire">Mayor</reg>, what stand you <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> points </l>
<l> Open the gates, <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> are king Henries friends. </l></sp>
<sp who="AE"><speaker>Mair.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Saie">Say</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, then <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> open them <reg orig="presentlie">presently</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit Maire. </stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Ri.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> my faith, a wise stout captain <reg orig="& ">and</reg> <reg orig="soone">soon</reg> <reg orig="perswaded">persuaded</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage> The Maire opens the dore, and brings the <lb/>>
 keies <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his hand. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">So</seg> my Lord <reg orig="Maire">Mayor</reg>, these gates must not be shut, </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the time of <reg orig="warre">war</reg>, <reg orig="giue">give</reg> me the <reg orig="keies">keys</reg>: </l>
<l> What, <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> not man <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> Edward <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> defend </l>
<l> the <reg orig="towne">town</reg> and you, <reg orig="despight">despite</reg> of all your foes. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter sir Iohn Mountgommery with <lb/>
drumme and souldiers. </stage>
 <sp who="C">
 <l> How now Richard, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is this? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Brother, this is sir Iohn Mountgommery, </l>
<l> A <reg orig="trustie">trusty</reg> friend <reg orig="vnlesse">unless</reg> I be <reg orig="deceiude">deceived</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Welcome sir Iohn. <reg orig="Wherfore">Wherefore</reg> come you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="armes">arms</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="O"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> king Edward <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this time of <reg orig="stormes">storms</reg>, </l>
<l> As <reg orig="euerie">every</reg> <reg orig="loyall">loyal</reg> <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> ought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Thankes">Thanks</reg> <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> Mountgommery, </l>
<l> But I <reg orig="onlie">only</reg> <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> my Dukedom, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vntil">Until</reg> it please God <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> send the rest. </l></sp>
<sp who="O"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
<l> Then fare you <reg orig="wel">well</reg>? Drum strike <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> and let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg> </l>
<l> March away, I came <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="serue">serve</reg> a king and not a Duke. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Nay <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> sir Iohn, and let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> first debate, </l>
<l> With what security <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="maie">may</reg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> this thing. </l></sp>
<sp who="O"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
<l> What stand you <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> debating, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <reg orig="briefe">brief</reg>, </l>
<l> Except you presently <reg orig="proclaime">proclaim</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> king, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> hence <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, and <reg orig="keepe">keep</reg> them <reg orig="backe">back</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> </l>
<l> Succour you, why should <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> fight when </l>
<l> You pretend <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> title? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Rich.</speaker>
<l> Fie brother, fie, stand you <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <reg orig="tearmes">terms</reg>? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Resolue">Resolve</reg> <reg orig="your selfe">yourself</reg>, and let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> I am <reg orig="resolude">resolved</reg> once more <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="claime">claim</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, </l>
<l> And win it too, or else <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> loose my life. </l></sp>
<sp who="O"><speaker>Sir Iohn.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> now my <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> speaketh <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <reg orig="himself">himself</reg>, </l>
<l> And now <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I be Edwards Champion, </l>
<l> Sound Trumpets, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> Edward shall be <reg orig="proclaimd">proclaimed</reg>. </l>
<l> Edward the fourth <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> the grace of God, king of England </l>
<l> and France, and Lord of Ireland, and <reg orig="whosoeuer">whosoever</reg> <reg orig="gainsaies">gainsays</reg> king Edwards right: <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this I challenge him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> </l>
<l> single fight, long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> Edward the fourth. </l></sp>
<sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
<l> Long <reg orig="liue">live</reg> Edward the fourth. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <reg orig="thanke">thank</reg> you all. Lord <reg orig="Maire">Mayor</reg> <reg orig="leade">lead</reg> <reg orig="on"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg></reg> the <reg orig="waie">way</reg>. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> this night <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> harbour here <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Yorke, </l>
<l> And then as <reg orig="earlie">early</reg> as the morning <reg orig="sunne">sun</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Liftes">Lifts</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> his <reg orig="beames">beams</reg> <reg orig="aboue">above</reg> this <reg orig="horison">horizon</reg> </l>
<l> <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="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="meete">meet</reg> with Warwike: </l>
<l> And pull false Henry from the <reg orig="Regall">Regal</reg> throne. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage></div2>
 <div2 n="6">
<stage>Enter Warwike and Clarence, with the Crowne, and <lb/>
    then king Henry, and Oxford, and Summerset, <lb/>
    and the yong Earle of Richmond. </stage>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Thus from the prison <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this <reg orig="princelie">princely</reg> seat, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> Gods great mercies am I brought </l>
<l> <reg orig="Againe">Again</reg>, Clarence and Warwike <reg orig="doe">do</reg> you </l>
<l> <reg orig="Keepe">Keep</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, and <reg orig="gouerne">govern</reg> and protect </l>
<l> My <reg orig="realme">realm</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace, and I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> spend the </l>
<l> Remnant of my <reg orig="daies">days</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="sinnes">sin's</reg> rebuke </l>
<l> And my Creators praise. </l></sp>
<sp who="B"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> What <reg orig="answeres">answers</reg> Clarence <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> his <reg orig="soueraignes">sovereign's</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> Clarence agrees <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> what king Henry likes. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> My Lord of Summerset, what <reg orig="prettie">pretty</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Boie">Boy</reg> is <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> you <reg orig="seeme">seem</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="carefull">careful</reg> of? </l></sp>
<sp who="AF"><speaker>Sum.</speaker>
<l> And it please your grace, it is young Henry, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Earle">Earl</reg> of Richmond. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> Henry of Richmond, Come hither <reg orig="pretie">pretty</reg> <reg orig="Ladde">Lad</reg>. </l>
<l> If <reg orig="heauenlie">heavenly</reg> powers <reg orig="doe">do</reg> <reg orig="aime">aim</reg> aright </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> my <reg orig="diuining">divining</reg> thoughts, thou <reg orig="pretie">pretty</reg> boy, </l>
<l> Shalt <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> this Countries <reg orig="blisse">bliss</reg>, </l>
<l> Thy head is made <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="weare">wear</reg> a <reg orig="princelie">princely</reg> <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg>, </l>
<l> Thy <reg orig="lookes">looks</reg> are all <reg orig="repleat">replete</reg> with <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>, </l>
<l> Make much of him my Lords, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> this is he shall <reg orig="helpe">help</reg> you more, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Then">Than</reg> you are hurt <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> me. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter one with a letter <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Warwike. </stage></div2>
<div2 n="8">
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> What <reg orig="Counsell">Counsel</reg> Lords, Edward from Belgia, </l>
<l> With <reg orig="hastie">hasty</reg> Germaines and blunt Hollanders, </l>
<l> Is past <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="safetie">safety</reg> through the narrow seas, </l>
<l> And with his <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> march <reg orig="amaine">amain</reg> <reg orig="towardes">towards</reg> </l>
<l> London, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="manie">many</reg> <reg orig="giddie">giddy</reg> people follow him. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> best <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="looke">look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this betimes, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> if this fire <reg orig="doe">do</reg> kindle any further, </l>
<l> It <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be hard <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> quench it out. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> Warwike shire I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> true <reg orig="harted">hearted</reg> friends, </l>
<l> Not mutinous <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace, yet bold <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="warre">war</reg>, </l>
<l> Them <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> I muster <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg>, and thou <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> Clarence shalt </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> Essex, Suffolke, Norfolke, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Kent, </l>
<l> Stir <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the knights and gentlemen <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> come with thee. </l>
<l> And thou brother Montague, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Leister shire, </l>
<l> Buckingham and Northampton shire shalt <reg orig="finde">find</reg>, </l>
<l> Men well <reg orig="inclinde">inclined</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="doe">do</reg> what thou commands, </l>
<l> And thou <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> Oxford wondrous well <reg orig="belou'd">beloved</reg>, </l>
<l> Shalt <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy countries muster <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> thy friends. </l>
<l> My <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg> with his <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> Citizens, </l>
<l> Shall rest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> London till <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> him. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Faire">Fair</reg> Lords take <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> and stand not <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="replie">reply</reg>, </l>
<l> Farewell my <reg orig="soueraigne">sovereign</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>King.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Farewel">Farewell</reg> my Hector, my <reg orig="Troyes">Troy's</reg> true hope. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Farewell sweet Lords, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> meet at Couentrie. </l></sp>
<sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
<l> Agreed. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage>
<stage>Enter Edward and his traine. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Sease">Seize</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the shamefast Henry, </l>
<l> And once <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <reg orig="conuaie">convey</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the Tower, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> with him, I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> him <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l>
<l> And now towards Couentrie let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> bend <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> course </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> meet with Warwike and his confederates. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage></div2></div1>
 <div1 n="5"><div2 n="1">
<stage>Enter Warwike <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the walles. </stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Where is the post <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> came from valiant Oxford? </l>
<l> How <reg orig="farre">far</reg> hence is thy Lord my honest fellow? </l></sp>
<sp who="AH"><speaker> Oxf post. </speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> this at Daintrie marching hitherward. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Where is <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> brother Montague? </l>
<l> Where is the post <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> came from Montague? </l></sp>
<sp who="AI"><speaker>Post.</speaker>
<l> I left him at Donsmore with his <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Say Summerfield where is my <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> son? </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> thy <reg orig="gesse">guess</reg>, how <reg orig="farre">far</reg> is Clarence hence? </l></sp>
<sp who="AG"><speaker> Sommer.</speaker>
<l> At Southham my Lord I left him with </l>
<l> His force, and <reg orig="doe">do</reg> expect him two <reg orig="houres">hours</reg> hence. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Then Oxford is at hand, I <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> his drum. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Edward and his power. </stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> See brother, where the surly Warwike mans the <reg orig="wal">wall</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> O <reg orig="vnbid">unbid</reg> <reg orig="spight">spite</reg>, is <reg orig="spotfull">spotful</reg> Edward come! </l>
<l> Where slept <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> scouts or how are they <reg orig="seduste">seduced</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> could <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="newes">news</reg> of their <reg orig="repaire">repair</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Now Warwike wilt thou be <reg orig="sorrie">sorry</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thy faults, </l>
<l> And call Edward king and he <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> pardon thee. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Naie">Nay</reg> rather wilt thou draw thy forces <reg orig="backe">back</reg>? </l>
<l> <reg orig="Confesse">Confess</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">who</seg> set thee <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> and <reg orig="puld">pulled</reg> thee <reg orig="downe">down</reg>? </l>
<l> Call Warwike patron and be penitent, </l>
<l> And thou shalt still <reg orig="remaine">remain</reg> the Duke of Yorke. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> I had thought at least he would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> said the king. </l>
<l> Or did he make the <reg orig="iest">jest</reg> against his <seg type="homograph" subtype="noun">will</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> Warwike <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> the <reg orig="kingdome">kingdom</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy brother. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Why then <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> mine, if but <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Warwikes gift. </l></sp>
<pb n="E1V"/>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> but thou art <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> Atlas <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> great a <reg orig="waight">weight</reg>, </l>
<l> And weakling, Warwike takes his gift <reg orig="againe">again</reg>, </l>
<l> Henry is my king, Warwike his <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> I <reg orig="prethe">prithee</reg> gallant Warwike tell me this, </l>
<l> What is the <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> when the head is off? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Alasse">Alas</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> Warwike had <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more foresight, </l>
<l> But whilst he sought <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="steale">steal</reg> the <reg orig="singleten">singleton</reg>, </l>
<l> The king was <reg orig="finelie">finely</reg> <reg orig="fingerd">fingered</reg> from the <reg orig="decke">deck</reg>? </l>
<l> You left <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Bishops <reg orig="pallace">palace</reg>, </l>
<l> And ten <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> one <reg orig="you'le">you <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> meet him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Tower. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <reg orig="euen">even</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, and yet you are <reg orig="olde">old</reg> Warwike still. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> O <reg orig="cheerefull">cheerful</reg> colours, see where Oxford comes. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Oxford with drum and souldiers <reg orig="& ">and</reg> al crie, </stage>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> Oxford, Oxford, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Lancaster. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> The Gates are open, see they enter <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">in</seg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Lets">Let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> follow them and bid them <reg orig="battaile">battle</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the <reg orig="streetes">streets</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="exclamation">No</seg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> some other might set <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="backes">backs</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="staie">stay</reg> till all be entered, and then follow them. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Summerset with drum and souldiers. </stage>
<sp who="AF"><speaker>Sum.</speaker>
<l> Summerset, Summerset, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Lancaster. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Two of thy name both Dukes of Summerset, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> <reg orig="solde">sold</reg> their <reg orig="liues">lives</reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the house of Yorke. </l>
<l> And thou shalt be the third <reg orig="and">if</reg> my sword hold. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Montague with drum and souldiers. </stage>
<sp who="D"><speaker>Mont.</speaker>
<l> Montague, Montague, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Lancaster. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Traitorous Montague, thou and thy brother </l>
<l> Shall <reg orig="deerelie">dearly</reg> <reg orig="abie">aby</reg> this rebellious act. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Clarence with drum and souldiers. </stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> And <reg orig="loe">lo</reg> where George of Clarence <reg orig="sweepes">sweeps</reg> </l>
<l> Along, of power enough <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> bid his brother <reg orig="battell">battle</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> Clarence, Clarence, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Lancaster. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <foreign lang="Latin">Et tu Brute</foreign>, wilt thou stab Caesar too? </l>
<l> A <reg orig="parlie">parley</reg> <reg orig="sirra">sirrah</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> George of Clarence. </l></sp>
<stage> Sound a Parlie, and Richard and Clarence whispers togither, <lb/>
    and then Clarence takes his red Rose out of his <lb/>
    hat, and throwes it at Warwike. </stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Com">Come</reg> Clarence come, thou wilt if Warwike call. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> Father of Warwike, know you what this <reg orig="meanes">means</reg>? </l>
<l> I throw mine <reg orig="infamie">infamy</reg> at thee, </l>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not ruinate my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> house, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Who</seg> <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> his <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> lime the stones <reg orig="togither">together</reg>, </l>
<l> And set <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> Lancaster. Thinkest thou </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> Clarence is <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> harsh <reg orig="vnnaturall">unnatural</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> lift his sword against his brothers life, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">so</seg> proud <reg orig="harted">hearted</reg> Warwike I <reg orig="defie">defy</reg> thee, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my brothers <reg orig="turne">turn</reg> my blushing <reg orig="cheekes">cheeks</reg>? </l>
<l> Pardon me Edward, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done <reg orig="amisse">amiss</reg>, </l>
<l> And Richard <reg orig="doe">do</reg> not <reg orig="frowne">frown</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> me, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> henceforth I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="proue">prove</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more <reg orig="vnconstant">unconstant</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Welcome Clarence, and ten times more welcome, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Then">Than</reg> if thou <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> hadst <reg orig="deserud">deserved</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> hate. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Welcome good Clarence, this is <reg orig="brotherlie">brotherly</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> passing <reg orig="traytor">traitor</reg>, <reg orig="periurd">perjured</reg> and <reg orig="vniust">unjust</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Now Warwike, wilt thou <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> </l>
<l> The <reg orig="towne">town</reg> and fight? or shall <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="beate">beat</reg> the </l>
<l> Stones about thine <reg orig="eares">ears</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Why I am not <reg orig="coopt">cooped</reg> <reg orig="vppe"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <reg orig="heere">here</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> defence, </l>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Barnet presently, </l>
<l> And bid thee <reg orig="battaile">battle</reg> Edward if thou darest. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Yes Warwike he dares, and <reg orig="leades">leads</reg> the <reg orig="waie">way</reg>, </l>
<l> Lords <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the field, saint George and <reg orig="victorie">victory</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage></div2>
<pb n="E2V"/>
<div2 n="2"><stage>  Alarmes, and then enter Warwike wounded. </stage>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> Ah, <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is <reg orig="nie">nigh</reg>? Come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> me friend or foe, </l>
<l> And tell me <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> is victor Yorke or Warwike? </l>
<l> Why <reg orig="aske">ask</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>? my mangled <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> <reg orig="shewes">shows</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I must <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> my <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the earth. </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> my fall the conquest <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my foes, </l>
<l> Thus <reg orig="yeelds">yields</reg> the Cedar <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the axes edge, </l>
<l> Whose <reg orig="armes">arms</reg> <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> shelter <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the <reg orig="princelie">princely</reg> Eagle, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Vnder">Under</reg> whose shade the ramping Lion slept, </l>
<l> Whose top branch <reg orig="ouerpeerd">overpeered</reg> <reg orig="Ioues">Jove's</reg> spreading tree. </l>
<l> The wrinkles <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> my <reg orig="browes">brows</reg> now <reg orig="fild">filled</reg> with <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>, </l>
<l> Were likened oft <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="kinglie">kingly</reg> <reg orig="sepulchers">sepulchres</reg>. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> <reg orig="liu'd">lived</reg> king, but I could dig his <reg orig="graue">grave</reg>? </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="interrogative">who</seg> durst smile, when Warwike bent his brow? </l>
<l> Lo now my <reg orig="glorie">glory</reg> <reg orig="smeerd">smeared</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> dust and <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg>, </l>
<l> My <reg orig="parkes">parks</reg> my <reg orig="walkes">walks</reg>, my <reg orig="mannors">manors</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I had, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Euen">Even</reg> now forsake me and of all my lands, </l>
<l> Is nothing left me but my bodies length. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter Oxford and Summerset. </stage>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> Ah Warwike, Warwike, <reg orig="cheere">cheer</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg> and <reg orig="liue">live</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> yet <reg orig="thears">there is</reg> hope enough <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> win the <reg orig="daie">day</reg>. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> warlike <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> with <reg orig="troopes">troops</reg> is come from France, </l>
<l> And at South-hampton landed all <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg></reg> <reg orig="traine">train</reg>, </l>
<l> And mightst thou <reg orig="liue">live</reg> then would <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="neuer">never</reg> <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Whie">Why</reg> then I would not <reg orig="flie">fly</reg>, nor <reg orig="haue">have</reg> I now, </l>
<l> But Hercules <reg orig="himself">himself</reg> must <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="ods">odds</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="manie">many</reg> wounds <reg orig="receiu'd">received</reg>, and <reg orig="manie">many</reg> <reg orig="moe">mo</reg> repaid, </l>
<l> Hath <reg orig="robd">robbed</reg> my strong knit sinews of their strength, </l>
<l> And spite of spites <reg orig="needes">needs</reg> must I <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> death. </l></sp>
<sp who="AF"><speaker>Som.</speaker>
<l> Thy brother Montague hath <reg orig="breathd">breathed</reg> his last, </l>
<l> And at the pangs of death I heard him <reg orig="crie">cry</reg> </l>
<l> And <reg orig="saie">say</reg>, commend me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my valiant brother, </l>
<l> And more he would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> spoke and more he said, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> sounded <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="clamor">clamour</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a vault, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> could not be <reg orig="distinguisht">distinguished</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the sound, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> the valiant Montague <reg orig="gaue">gave</reg> <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> the ghost. </l></sp>
<sp who="A"><speaker>War.</speaker>
<l> What is <reg orig="pompe">pomp</reg>, rule, <reg orig="raigne">reign</reg>, but earth and dust? </l>
<l> And <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> how <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> can, yet die <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> must. </l>
<l> Sweet rest his <reg orig="soule">soul</reg>, <reg orig="flie">fly</reg> Lords and <reg orig="saue">save</reg> <reg orig="your selues">yourselves</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> Warwike bids you all farewell <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> meet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="Heauen">Heaven</reg>, </l></sp>
<stage> He dies. </stage>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> Come noble Summerset, <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> take <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> horse, </l>
<l> And cause <reg orig="retrait">retreat</reg> be sounded through the <reg orig="campe">camp</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> yet <reg orig="remaine">remain</reg> <reg orig="aliue">alive</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Maie">May</reg> be <reg orig="awarn'd">awarned</reg> and <reg orig="saue">save</reg> <reg orig="themselues">themselves</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> flight. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">That</seg> done, with them <reg orig="weele"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> post <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> the <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> And once more <reg orig="trie">try</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> fortune <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the field. </l></sp>
<stage> Ex. ambo. </stage></div2>
  <div2 n="3">
<stage>Enter Edward, Clarence, Gloster, with souldiers. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Thus still <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> fortune <reg orig="giues">gives</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="victorie">victory</reg>, </l>
<l> And girts <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> temples with triumphant <reg orig="ioies">joys</reg> </l>
<l> The <reg orig="bigboond">big boned</reg> <reg orig="traytor">traitor</reg> Warwike hath <reg orig="breathde">breathed</reg> his last, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> this <reg orig="daie">day</reg> hath <reg orig="smilde">smiled</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> all, </l>
<l> But <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> this <reg orig="cleere">clear</reg> and brightsome <reg orig="daie">day</reg>, </l>
<l> I see a <reg orig="blacke">black</reg> <reg orig="suspitious">suspicious</reg> cloud <reg orig="appeare">appear</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> encounter with <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> glorious <reg orig="sunne">sun</reg> </l>
<l> Before he <reg orig="gaine">gain</reg> his <reg orig="easefull">easeful</reg> <reg orig="westerne">western</reg> <reg orig="beames">beams</reg>, </l>
<l> I mean those powers <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> the Queen hath got <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> France </l>
<l> Are landed, and <reg orig="meane">mean</reg> once more <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> menace <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Oxford and Summerset are fled <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <reg orig="likelie">likely</reg> if she <reg orig="haue">have</reg> time <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> breath, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">Her</seg> faction <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> be full as strong as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">ours</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">We</seg> are <reg orig="aduertisde">advertised</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> friends, </l>
<pb n="E3v"/>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> they <reg orig="doe">do</reg> hold their course towards Townburie. </l>
<l> Thither <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="willingnes">willingness</reg> rids <reg orig="waie">way</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="euerie">every</reg> <reg orig="countie">county</reg> as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="passe">pass</reg> along, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">Our</seg> <reg orig="strengthes">strengths</reg> shall be augmented. </l>
<l> Come <reg orig="lets">let <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="goe">go</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> if <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="slacke">slack</reg> this <reg orig="faire">fair</reg> </l>
<l> Bright Summers <reg orig="daie">day</reg>, sharpe winters </l>
<l> Showers <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="marre">mar</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="haie">hay</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage> Ex. Omnes. </stage></div2>
<div2 n="4"><stage>Enter the Queene, Prince Edward Oxford and Summerset, with drum and souldiers. </stage>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Quee.</speaker>
<l> Welcome <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> England, my <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> friends of France, </l>
<l> And welcome Summerset, and Oxford too. </l>
<l> Once more <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> spread <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="sailes">sails</reg> abroad, </l>
<l> And though <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> tackling be almost <reg orig="consumde">consumed</reg>, </l>
<l> And Warwike as <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> maine mast <reg orig="ouerthrowne">overthrown</reg>, </l>
<l> Yet warlike Lords raise you <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="sturdie">sturdy</reg> post, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <reg orig="beares">bears</reg> the <reg orig="sailes">sails</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> bring <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> rest, </l>
<l> And Ned and I as willing Pilots should </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> once with <reg orig="carefull">careful</reg> <reg orig="mindes">minds</reg> guide <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the <reg orig="sterne">stern</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> through <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> dangerous <reg orig="gulfe">gulf</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> heretofore hath swallowed <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prince.</speaker>
<l> And if there be, as God forbid there should, </l>
<l> Amongst <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> a timorous or <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> man, </l>
<l> Let him depart before the <reg orig="battels">battles</reg> <reg orig="ioine">join</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Least">Lest</reg>, he <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> time of need <reg orig="intise">entice</reg> another, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> withdraw the <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers'</reg> <reg orig="harts">hearts</reg> from <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, </l>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not stand <reg orig="aloofe">aloof</reg> and bid you fight, </l>
<l> But with my sword <reg orig="presse">press</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the thickest <reg orig="thronges">throngs</reg>, </l>
<l> And single Edward from his strongest guard, </l>
<l> And hand <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> hand enforce him <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="yeeld">yield</reg>, </l>
<l> Or <reg orig="leaue">leave</reg> my <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> as <reg orig="witnesse">witness</reg> of my thoughts. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> Women and children of <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> high <reg orig="resolue">resolve</reg>, </l>
<l> And Warriors faint, why <reg orig="twere">it were</reg> <reg orig="perpetuall">perpetual</reg> </l>
<l> Shame? <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <reg orig="braue">brave</reg> <reg orig="yong">young</reg> Prince, thy </l>
<l> Noble grandfather doth <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <reg orig="againe">again</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thee, </l>
<l> Long <reg orig="maiest">mayst</reg> thou <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> his image, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> renew his glories. </l></sp>
<sp who="AF"><speaker>Sum.</speaker>
<l> And he <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="turnes">turns</reg> and flies when such do fight, </l>
<l> Let him <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> bed, and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> the <reg orig="Owle">Owl</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> <reg orig="daie">day</reg> </l>
<l> Be hist, and wondered at if he arise. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter a Messenger. </stage>
<sp who="R"><speaker>Mes.</speaker>
<l> My Lords, Duke Edward with a mighty power, </l>
<l> Is marching hitherwards <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fight with you. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> I thought it was his <reg orig="pollicie">policy</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> take <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> <reg orig="vnprouided">unprovided</reg>, </l>
<l> But here <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> stand and fight it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the death. </l></sp>
<stage>Enter king Edward, Cla. Glo. Hast. and Souldiers. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> See brothers, yonder stands the <reg orig="thornie">thorny</reg> wood, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> Gods assistance and your <reg orig="prowesse">prowess</reg>, </l>
<l> Shall with <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> swords <reg orig="yer">ere</reg> night be <reg orig="cleane">clean</reg> cut <reg orig="downe">down</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Lords, Knights <reg orig="& ">and</reg> gentlemen, what I should say, </l>
<l> My <reg orig="teares">tears</reg> <reg orig="gainesaie">gainsay</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> as you see, I <reg orig="drinke">drink</reg> </l>
<l> The water of mine <reg orig="eies">eyes</reg>. Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> more </l>
<l> But this. Henry your king is prisoner </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">In</seg> the tower, his land and all <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> friends </l>
<l> Are quite <reg orig="distrest">distressed</reg>, and yonder <reg orig="standes">stands</reg> </l>
<l> The <reg orig="Wolfe">Wolf</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> makes all this, </l>
<l> Then <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> Gods name Lords <reg orig="togither">together</reg> cry saint George. </l></sp>
<sp who="X"><speaker>All.</speaker>
<l> Saint George <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Lancaster. </l></sp>
<stage> Alarmes <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the battel, Yorke flies, then the chambers be <lb/>
    discharged. Then enter the king, Cla <reg orig="& ">and</reg> Glo. <reg orig="& ">and</reg> the rest, <lb/>
 & make a great shout, and crie, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Yorke, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> Yorke, and <lb/>
 then the Queene is taken, <reg orig="& ">and</reg> the prince, <reg orig="& ">and</reg> Oxf. <reg orig="& ">and</reg> Sum. <lb/>
and then sound and enter all <reg orig="againe">again</reg>. </stage></div2>
<pb n="E4"/>
<div2 n="5"><sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Lo here a period of tumultuous <reg orig="broiles">broils</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> with Oxford <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> Hames <reg orig="castell">castle</reg> straight, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> Summerset off with his <reg orig="guiltie">guilty</reg> head. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> not <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> them <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="Y"><speaker>Oxf.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> my part <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> not trouble thee with words. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit Oxford. </stage>
<sp who="AF"><speaker>Sum.</speaker>
<l> Nor I, but <reg orig="stoope">stoop</reg> with patience <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> my death. </l></sp>
<stage>Exit Sum. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Now Edward what satisfaction canst thou make, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> stirring <reg orig="vp"><seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">up</seg></reg> my <reg orig="subiects">subjects</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> rebellion? </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prin.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Speake">Speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> a <reg orig="subiect">subject</reg> proud ambitious Yorke, </l>
<l> Suppose <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I am now my <reg orig="fathers">father's</reg> mouth, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Resigne">Resign</reg> thy <reg orig="chaire">chair</reg>, and where I stand <reg orig="kneele">kneel</reg> thou, </l>
<l> Whilst I propose the <reg orig="selfesame">selfsame</reg> words <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thee, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">Which</seg> <reg orig="traytor">traitor</reg> thou wouldst <reg orig="haue">have</reg> me <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">to</seg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> thy father had <reg orig="bin">been</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="resolu'd">resolved</reg>: </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> you might still <reg orig="haue">have</reg> kept your </l>
<l> <reg orig="Peticote">Petticoat</reg>, and <reg orig="nere">never</reg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="stolne">stolen</reg> the </l>
<l> Breech from Lancaster. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prince.</speaker>
<l> Let Aesop fable <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> a winters night, </l>
<l> His currish Riddles sorts not with this place. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> <reg orig="heauen">heaven</reg> brat <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> plague you <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> word. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, thou wast borne <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> be a plague <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> men. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> Gods sake take <reg orig="awaie">away</reg> this <reg orig="captiue">captive</reg> scold. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prin.</speaker>
<l> Nay take away this <reg orig="skolding">scolding</reg> Crooktbacke rather, </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Peace <reg orig="wilfull">wilful</reg> boy, or I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> tame your tongue. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Vntuterd">Untutored</reg> lad thou art too <reg orig="malepert">malapert</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="N"><speaker>Prin.</speaker>
<l> I know my <reg orig="dutie">duty</reg>, you are all <reg orig="vndutifull">undutiful</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Lasciuious">Lascivious</reg> Edward, and thou <reg orig="periurd">perjured</reg> George, </l>
<l> And thou <reg orig="mishapen">misshapen</reg> Dicke, I tell you all, </l>
<l> I am your better, <reg orig="traytors">traitors</reg> as you be. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Take <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg>, the <reg orig="litnes">likeness</reg> of this railer <reg orig="heere">here</reg> . </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> kill me too. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Marrie">Marry</reg> and shall. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Hold Richard hold, <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="doone">done</reg> too </l>
<l> much <reg orig="alreadie">already</reg> . </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Why should she <reg orig="liue">live</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> fill the world with words? </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> What doth she <reg orig="swound">swooned</reg>? make <reg orig="meanes">means</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">Her</seg> <reg orig="recouerie">recovery</reg>? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Clarence, excuse me <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the king my brother, </l>
<l> I must <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> a serious matter, </l>
<l> Ere you come there, you shall <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> more <reg orig="newes">news</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> About what, <reg orig="prethe">prithee</reg> tell me? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> The Tower man, the Tower, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> root them out </l></sp>
<stage>Exit Gloster. </stage>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Ah Ned, <reg orig="speake">speak</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> thy mother boy? ah </l>
<l> Thou canst not <reg orig="speake">speak</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Traytors">Traitors</reg>, Tyrants, <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> Homicides, </l>
<l> They <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="stabd">stabbed</reg> Caesar shed <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> at all, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> he was a man, this <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> respect a <reg orig="childe">child</reg>, </l>
<l> And men <reg orig="nere">never</reg> spend their <reg orig="furie">fury</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> a child, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Whats">What is</reg> worse <reg orig="then">than</reg> tyrant <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I <reg orig="maie">may</reg> name, </l>
<l> You <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> children <reg orig="Deuils">Devils</reg>, if you had, </l>
<l> The thought of them would then <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="stopt">stopped</reg> your rage, </l>
<l> But if you <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> hope <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> a <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Looke">Look</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his youth <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> him <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> cut off, </l>
<l> As Traitors you <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <reg orig="doone">done</reg> this sweet young prince. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg>, and <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> hence. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Naie">Nay</reg> <reg orig="nere">never</reg> <reg orig="beare">bear</reg> me hence, dispatch </l>
<l> Me <reg orig="heere">here</reg> , <reg orig="heere">here</reg> sheath thy sword, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> pardon thee my death. Wilt thou not? </l>
<l> Then Clarence, <reg orig="doe">do</reg> thou <reg orig="doe">do</reg> it? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">By</seg> <reg orig="Heauen">Heaven</reg> I would not <reg orig="doe">do</reg> thee <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> much ease. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> Good Clarence <reg orig="doe">do</reg>, sweet Clarence kill me too. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> Didst thou not <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> me <reg orig="sweare">swear</reg> I would not do it? </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg>, but thou <reg orig="vsest">usest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="forsweare">forswear</reg> <reg orig="thy selfe">thyself</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Twas">It was</reg> <reg orig="sinne">sin</reg> before, but now <reg orig="tis">it is</reg> <reg orig="charitie">charity</reg>. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Whears">Where is</reg> the <reg orig="Diuels">Devil's</reg> butcher, <reg orig="hardfauored">hard-favoured</reg> Richard, </l>
<l> Richard where art thou? He is not <reg orig="heere">here</reg> , </l>
<l> Murder is his <reg orig="almes">alms</reg> deed, petitioners </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> he <reg orig="nere">never</reg> put <reg orig="backe">back</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> I <reg orig="saie">say</reg>, and take <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> hence perforce. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">So</seg> come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> you and yours, as <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> this prince. </l></sp>
<stage> Ex. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Clarence, <reg orig="whithers">whither is</reg> Gloster gone? </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Marrie">Marry</reg> my Lord <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> London, and as I <reg orig="gesse">guess</reg>, <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> </l>
<l> Make a <reg orig="bloudie">bloody</reg> supper <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Tower. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> He is sudden if a thing come <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> his head. </l>
<l> Well, discharge the common <reg orig="souldiers">soldiers</reg> with <reg orig="paie">pay</reg> </l>
<l> And <reg orig="thankes">thanks</reg>, and now let <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg> towards London, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> see <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> gentle <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg> how <reg orig="shee">she</reg> doth fare, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> this I hope <reg orig="shee">she</reg> hath a <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">us</seg></reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes. </stage></div2>
  <div2 n="6">
<stage>Enter Gloster <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> king Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the Tower. </stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Good day my Lord. What at your <reg orig="booke">book</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> hard? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> my good Lord. Lord I should <reg orig="saie">say</reg> rather, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Tis">It is</reg> <reg orig="sinne">sin</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> flatter, good was little better, </l>
<l> Good Gloster, and good <reg orig="Diuell">Devil</reg>, were all alike, </l>
<l> What scene of Death hath Rosius now <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> act? </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Suspition">Suspicion</reg> <reg orig="alwaies">always</reg> haunts a <reg orig="guiltie">guilty</reg> mind. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> The <reg orig="birde">bird</reg> once <reg orig="limde">limed</reg> doth <reg orig="feare">fear</reg> the <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> bush, </l>
<l> And I the <reg orig="haplesse">hapless</reg> <reg orig="maile">male</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> one <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <reg orig="birde">bird</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> now the <reg orig="fatall">fatal</reg> <reg orig="obiect">object</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> mine <reg orig="eie">eye</reg>, </l>
<l> Where my <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> young was <reg orig="limde">limed</reg>, was caught <reg orig="& ">and</reg> <reg orig="kild">killed</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Why, what a <reg orig="foole">fool</reg> was <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> of Creete? </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> taught his <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> the office </l>
<l> Of a <reg orig="birde">bird</reg>, and yet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> all <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> the <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Fowle">Fowl</reg> was <reg orig="drownde">drowned</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> I Dedalus, my <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> Icarus, </l>
<l> Thy father Minos <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="denide">denied</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> course, </l>
<l> Thy brother Edward, the <reg orig="sunne">sun</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="searde">seared</reg> his wings, </l>
<l> And thou the <reg orig="enuious">envious</reg> <reg orig="gulfe">gulf</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> swallowed him. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Oh">O</reg> better can my <reg orig="brest">breast</reg> abide thy daggers point, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Then">Than</reg> can mine <reg orig="eares">ears</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="demonstrative">that</seg> <reg orig="tragike">tragic</reg> <reg orig="historie">history</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Why dost thou <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> I am an executioner? </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> A persecutor I am sure thou art, </l>
<l> And if murdering innocents be executions, </l>
<l> Then I know thou art an executioner. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Thy <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> I <reg orig="kild">killed</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> his presumption. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> Hadst thou <reg orig="bin">been</reg> <reg orig="kild">killed</reg> when first thou didst presume, </l>
<l> Thou hadst not <reg orig="liude">lived</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> kill a <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> of mine, </l>
<l> And thus I <reg orig="prophesie">prophesy</reg> of thee. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> <reg orig="manie">many</reg> a <reg orig="Widdow">Widow</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="husbands">husband's</reg> death, </l>
<l> And many an infants water standing <reg orig="eie">eye</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Widowes">Widows</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their husbands, children <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> their fathers, </l>
<l> Shall curse the time <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="euer">ever</reg> thou wert borne. </l>
<l> The <reg orig="owle">owl</reg> <reg orig="shrikt">shrieked</reg> at thy birth, an <reg orig="euill">evil</reg> <reg orig="signe">sign</reg>, </l>
<l> The night Crow <reg orig="cride">cried</reg>, aboding <reg orig="lucklesse">luckless</reg> tune, </l>
<l> Dogs <reg orig="howld">howl</reg> and hideous tempests <reg orig="shooke">shook</reg> down trees, </l>
<l> The <reg orig="Rauen">Raven</reg> <reg orig="rookt">rooked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">on</seg> the <reg orig="Chimnies">Chimney's</reg> top, </l>
<l> And chattering Pies <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="dismall">dismal</reg> discord sung, </l>
<l> Thy mother felt more <reg orig="then">than</reg> a mothers <reg orig="paine">pain</reg>, </l>
<l> And yet brought forth <reg orig="lesse">less</reg> <reg orig="then">than</reg> a mothers hope, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">To</seg> wit: an <reg orig="vndigest">undigest</reg> created <reg orig="lumpe">lump</reg>, </l>
<l> Not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> the fruit of such a goodly tree, </l>
<l> Teeth hadst thou <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy head when thou wast borne, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="signifie">signify</reg> thou <reg orig="camst">camest</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> bite the world, </l>
<l> And if the rest be true <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> heard </l>
<l> Thou <reg orig="camst">camest</reg> into the world </l></sp>
<stage> He stabs him. </stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> Die prophet <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy speech, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> <reg orig="heare">hear</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">No</seg> more, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> this amongst the rest, was I <reg orig="ordainde">ordained</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="G"><speaker>Hen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="I">Aye</reg> and <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> much more slaughter after this. </l>
<l> O God <reg orig="forgiue">forgive</reg> my <reg orig="sinnes">sins</reg>, and pardon thee. </l></sp>
<stage> He dies. </stage>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> What? <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> the aspiring <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> of Lancaster </l>
<l> <reg orig="Sinke">Sink</reg> into the ground, I had thought it would <reg orig="haue">have</reg> </l>
<l> mounted, </l>
<l> See how my sward <reg orig="weepes">weeps</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> the <reg orig="poore">poor</reg> kings death. </l>
<l> Now <reg orig="maie">may</reg> such purple <reg orig="teares">tears</reg> be <reg orig="alwaies">always</reg> shed, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> such as <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> the <reg orig="downefall">downfall</reg> of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> house. </l>
<l> If <reg orig="anie">any</reg>, <reg orig="sparke">spark</reg> of life <reg orig="remaine">remain</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thee, </l></sp>
<stage> Stab him <reg orig="againe">again</reg>. </stage>
    <sp who="E">
<l> <reg orig="Downe">Down</reg>, <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> hell, and <reg orig="saie">say</reg> I sent thee thither. </l>
<l> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="haue">have</reg> neither <reg orig="pittie">pity</reg>, <reg orig="loue">love</reg> nor <reg orig="feare">fear</reg>. </l>
<l> Indeed <reg orig="twas">it was</reg> true <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> Henry told me of, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> often heard my mother <reg orig="saie">say</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I came into the world with my legs forward, </l>
<l> And had I not reason <reg orig="thinke">think</reg> you <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> make <reg orig="hast">haste</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="seeke">seek</reg> their <reg orig="ruines">ruins</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> <reg orig="vsurpt">usurped</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> rights? </l>
<l> The women wept and the midwife <reg orig="cride">cried</reg>, </l>
<l> O Iesus <reg orig="blesse">bless</reg> <reg orig="vs"><seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">us</seg></reg>, he is borne with teeth. </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> I was indeed, <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="plainelie">plainly</reg> <reg orig="signifide">signified</reg>, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> I should <reg orig="snarle">snarl</reg> and bite, and <reg orig="plaie">play</reg> the <reg orig="dogge">dog</reg>. </l>
<l> Then since <reg orig="Heauen">Heaven</reg> hath made my <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg>, </l>
<l> Let hell make <reg orig="crookt">crooked</reg> my mind <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="answere">answer</reg> it. </l>
<l> I had <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> father, I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> father, </l>
<l> I <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> brothers, I am <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">no</seg> brothers, </l>
<l> And this word <reg orig="Loue">Love</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">which</seg> <reg orig="graybeards">greybeards</reg> <reg orig="tearme">term</reg> <reg orig="diuine">divine</reg>, </l>
<l> Be resident <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> men <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> one another, </l>
<l> And not <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> me, I am <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> alone, </l>
<l> Clarence beware, thou <reg orig="keptst">keptest</reg> me from the light </l>
<l> But I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> sort a <reg orig="pitchte">pitched</reg> <reg orig="daie">day</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> <reg orig="buz">buzz</reg> abroad such prophesies, </l>
<l> As Edward shall be <reg orig="fearefull">fearful</reg> of his life, </l>
<l> And then <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> purge his <reg orig="feare">fear</reg>, <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> be thy death. </l>
<l> Henry and his <reg orig="sonne">son</reg> are gone, thou Clarence next, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">by</seg> one and one I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> dispatch the rest, </l>
<l> Counting <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg> but bad, till I be best. </l>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> drag thy <reg orig="bodie">body</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> another <reg orig="roome">room</reg>. </l>
<l> And triumph Henry <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> thy <reg orig="daie">day</reg> of <reg orig="doome">doom</reg>. </l></sp>
  <div2 n="7">
<stage>Enter king Edward, Queene Elizabeth, and a Nurse <lb/>
with the young prince, and Clarence, and Hastings, and others. </stage>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> Once more <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> sit <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> Englands <reg orig="royall">royal</reg> throne, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Repurchasde">Repurchased</reg> with the <reg orig="bloud">blood</reg> of enemies, </l>
<l> What valiant foemen <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">like</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="Autumnes">Autumn's</reg> <reg orig="corne">corn</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> <reg orig="mow'd">mowed</reg> <reg orig="downe">down</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> tops of all their pride? </l>
<l> Three Dukes of Summerset, threefold <reg orig="renowmd">renowned</reg> </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">For</seg> <reg orig="hardie">hardy</reg> and <reg orig="vndoubted">undoubted</reg> champions. </l>
<l> Two Cliffords, as the father and the <reg orig="sonne">son</reg>, </l>
<l> And two Northumberlands, two <reg orig="brauer">braver</reg> men </l>
<l> <reg orig="Nere">Never</reg> <reg orig="spurd">spurred</reg> their coursers at the trumpets sound. </l>
<l> With them the two rough <reg orig="Beares">Bears</reg> Warwike and  Montague, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">That</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> their <reg orig="chaines">chains</reg> fettered the <reg orig="kinglie">kingly</reg> Lion, </l>
<l> And made the <reg orig="Forrest">Forest</reg> tremble when they <reg orig="roard">roared</reg>, </l>
<l> Thus <reg orig="haue">have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">we</seg> swept <reg orig="suspition">suspicion</reg> from <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> seat, </l>
<l> And made <seg type="homograph" subtype="royalPlural">our</seg> <reg orig="footstoole">footstool</reg> of <reg orig="securitie">security</reg>. </l>
<l> Come hither Besse, and let me <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> my <reg orig="boie">boy</reg>, </l>
<l> Young Ned, <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> thee, thine <reg orig="Vncles">Uncles</reg> and <reg orig="my selfe">myself</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Haue">Have</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> <reg orig="armors">armours</reg> <reg orig="watcht">watched</reg> the Winters night, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Marcht">Marched</reg> all <reg orig="a foote">afoot</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> <reg orig="summers">summer's</reg> <reg orig="skalding">scalding</reg> heat, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">That</seg> thou mightst <reg orig="repossesse">repossess</reg> the <reg orig="crowne">crown</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> peace, </l>
<l> And of <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> labours thou shalt <reg orig="reape">reap</reg> the <reg orig="gaine">gain</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Glo.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Ile">I <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg></reg> blast his <reg orig="haruest">harvest</reg> <reg orig="and">if</reg> your head were laid, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> yet I am not <reg orig="lookt">looked</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverb">on</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">in</seg> the world. </l>
<l> This shoulder was <reg orig="ordaind">ordained</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbDegree">so</seg> <reg orig="thicke">thick</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">to</seg> <reg orig="heaue">heave</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="heaue">heave</reg> it shall some <reg orig="waight">weight</reg> or <reg orig="breake">break</reg> my <reg orig="backe">back</reg>, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Worke">Work</reg> thou the <reg orig="waie">way</reg>, and thou shalt execute. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edward.</speaker>
<l> Clarence and Gloster, <reg orig="loue">love</reg> my <reg orig="louelie">lovely</reg> </l>
<l> <reg orig="Queene">Queen</reg>, </l>
<l> And <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> your princely nephew brothers both. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> The <reg orig="dutie">duty</reg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="relative">that</seg> I owe <reg orig="vnto">unto</reg> your, <reg orig="Maiestie">Majesty</reg>, </l>
<l> I <reg orig="seale">seal</reg> <reg orig="vpon"><seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">upon</seg></reg> the <reg orig="rosiate">roseate</reg> lips of this sweet babe. </l></sp>
<sp who="M"><speaker>Queen.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Thankes">Thanks</reg> noble Clarence <reg orig="worthie">worthy</reg> brother </l>
<l> <reg orig="thankes">thanks</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="E"><speaker>Gloster</speaker>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> I <reg orig="loue">love</reg> the fruit from whence thou </l>
<l> <reg orig="Sprangst">Sprangest</reg>, <reg orig="witnesse">witness</reg> the <reg orig="louing">loving</reg> <reg orig="kisse">kiss</reg> I <reg orig="giue">give</reg> the child. </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="infinitive">To</seg> <reg orig="saie">say</reg> the truth <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> Iudas <reg orig="kist">kissed</reg> his <reg orig="maister">master</reg>, </l>
<l> And <seg type="homograph" subtype="adverbManner">so</seg> he <reg orig="cride">cried</reg> all <reg orig="haile">hail</reg>, and meant all <reg orig="harme">harm</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edward.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Nowe">Now</reg> am I seated as my <reg orig="soule">soul</reg> </l>
<l> delights, </l>
<l> <reg orig="Hauing">Having</reg> my countries peace, and brothers <reg orig="loues">loves</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="K"><speaker>Cla.</speaker>
<l> What <seg type="homograph" subtype="verb">will</seg> your grace <reg orig="haue">have</reg> done with Margaret, </l>
<l> Ranard <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> father <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> the king of France, </l>
<l> Hath <reg orig="pawnd">pawned</reg> the Cyssels and Ierusalem, </l>
<l> And hither <reg orig="haue">have</reg> they sent it <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">for</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="adjective">her</seg> <reg orig="ransome">ransom</reg>. </l></sp>
<sp who="C"><speaker>Edw.</speaker>
<l> <reg orig="Awaie">Away</reg> with <seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg>, and <reg orig="wafte">waft</reg> <reg orig="hir"><seg type="homograph" subtype="personalPronoun">her</seg></reg> hence <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> France, </l>
<l> And now what rests but <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">that</seg> <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">we</seg> spend the time, </l>
<l> With stately Triumphs and <reg orig="mirthfull">mirthful</reg> <reg orig="comicke">comic</reg> <reg orig="shewes">shows</reg>, </l>
<l> Such as befits the pleasures of the Court. </l>
<l> Sound drums and Trumpets, farewell <seg type="homograph" subtype="preposition">to</seg> <reg orig="sower">sour</reg> annoy, </l>
<l> <seg type="homograph" subtype="conjunction">For</seg> <reg orig="heere">here</reg> I hope begins <seg type="homograph" subtype="truePlural">our</seg> lasting <reg orig="ioie">joy</reg>. </l></sp>
<stage>Exeunt Omnes.</stage></div2></div1></body>