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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)

    The true Tragedie of Richard Duke
    of Yorke, and the good King
    Henry the Sixt.

    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 Ro-
    ses in their hats.

    I Wonder how the king escapt our hands.
    Yorke. Whilst we pursude the horsemen
    of the North,
    He slilie stole awaie and left his men:
    Whereat the great Lord of Northum-
    Whose warlike eares could neuer brooke retrait,
    Chargde our maine battels front, and therewith him
    Lord Stafford and Lord Clifford all abrest
    Brake in and were by the hands of common Souldiers (slain.
    15Edw. Lord Staffords father Duke of Buckingham,
    Is either slaine or wounded dangerouslie,
    I cleft