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

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    Author: William Shakespeare
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    Henry VI, Part 2 (Quarto 1, 1594)

    Enter the Lord Skayles vpon the Tower
    2598.1walles walking.
    Enter three or foure Citizens below.
    2600Lord Scayles. How now, is Iacke Cade slaine?
    I. Citizen. No my Lord, nor likely to be slaine,
    For they haue wonne the bridge,
    Killing all those that withstand them.
    The Lord Mayor craueth ayde of your honor from the Tower,
    2605To defend the Citie from the Rebels.
    Lord Scayles. Such aide as I can spare, you shall command,
    G But
    The first part of the contention of the two famous
    But I am troubled here with them my selfe,
    The Rebels haue attempted to win the Tower,
    But get you to Smythfield and gather head,
    2610And thither I will send you Mathew Goffe,
    Fight for your King, your Country, and your liues,
    And so farewell, for I must hence againe.
    2612.1Exet omnes.