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  • Title: Henry VI, Part 3 (Octavo 1, 1595)

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    Author: William Shakespeare
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    Henry VI, Part 3 (Octavo 1, 1595)

    Yorke, and Henrie the Sixt.
    2590For this night weele harbour here in Yorke,
    And then as earlie as the morning sunne,
    Liftes vp his beames aboue this horison
    Weele march to London, to meete with VVarwike:
    And pull false Henry from the Regall throne.
    Exeunt Omnes.

    Enter VVarwike and Clarence, with the Crowne, and
    then king Henry, and Oxford, and Summerset,
    and the yong Earle of Richmond.

    King. Thus from the prison to this princelie seat,
    By Gods great mercies am I brought
    2420Againe, Clarence and VVarwike doe you
    Keepe the crowne, and gouerne and protect
    My realme in peace, and I will spend the
    Remnant of my daies, to sinnes rebuke
    2425And my Creators praise.
    VVar. What answeres Clarence to his soueraignes will?
    Cla. Clarence agrees to what king Henry likes.
    2450King. My Lord of Summerset, what prettie
    Boie is that you seeme to be so carefull of?
    Sum. And it please your grace, it is yong Henry,
    Earle of Richmond.
    King. Henry of Richmond, Come hither pretie Ladde.
    2455If heauenlie powers doe aime aright
    To my diuining thoughts, thou pretie boy,
    Shalt proue this Countries blisse,
    Thy head is made to weare a princelie crowne,
    Thy lookes are all repleat with Maiestie,
    2460Make much of him my Lords,