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  • Title: Henry VI, Part 3 (Folio 1, 1623)

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    Author: William Shakespeare
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    Henry VI, Part 3 (Folio 1, 1623)

    Excursions. Enter Richard and Clifford.
    1120Rich. Now Clifford, I haue singled thee alone,
    Suppose this arme is for the Duke of Yorke,
    And this for Rutland, both bound to reuenge,
    Wer't thou inuiron'd with a Brazen wall.
    Clif. Now Richard, I am with thee heere alone,
    1125This is the hand that stabb'd thy Father Yorke,
    And this the hand, that slew thy Brother Rutland,
    And here's the heart, that triumphs in their death,
    And cheeres these hands, that slew thy Sire and Brother,
    To execute the like vpon thy selfe,
    1130And so haue at thee.
    They Fight, Warwicke comes, Clifford flies.
    Rich. Nay Warwicke, single out some other Chace,
    For I my selfe will hunt this Wolfe to death.