Internet Shakespeare Editions


Jump to line
Help on texts

About this text

  • Title: Henry VI, Part 2 (Quarto 1, 1594)

  • Copyright Internet Shakespeare Editions. This text may be freely used for educational, non-proift purposes; for all other uses contact the Coordinating Editor.
    Author: William Shakespeare
    Not Peer Reviewed

    Henry VI, Part 2 (Quarto 1, 1594)

    Alarums to the battaile, and sir Humphrey Stafford
    and his brother is slaine. Then enter Iacke
    2512.1Cade againe and the rest.
    2515Cade. Sir Dicke Butcher, thou hast fought to day most valianly,
    And knockt them down as if thou hadst bin in thy slaughter house.
    And thus I will reward thee. The Lent shall be as long againe as
    it was. Thou shalt haue licence to kil for foure score & one a week.
    Drumme strike vp, for now weele march to London, for to mor-
    row I meane to sit in the Kings seate at Westminster.
    2529.1Exet omnes.