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IN D U Ċ TIO N.
Enter Rumour, painted full of Tongues.
Rum. Open your ears; For which of you will stop
And of so easy and so plain a stop,
a The vent of hearing, ]—The passage which admits found. b And of so easy and jo plain a flop,]-fo easily play'd upon.
Hath beaten down young Hotspur, and his troops,
worm-eaten bold of ragged ftone,)--this ruinous castle.
KING HENRY THE FOURTH.
against the King.
of the King's Party.
Drawers, Beadles, Grooms, &c.
This Second part comprises the transactions of about nine years, commencing with an account of Hotspur's defeat and death, and closing with the demise of Henry IV. and the coronation of Henry V.
The Porter at the gate ; enter Lord Bardolph. Bard. Who keeps the gate here, ho? - Where is the
Bard. Tell thou the earl,
Port. His lordship is walk'd.forth into the orchard;
Enter Northumberland. Bard. Here comes the earl.
North. What news, lord Bardolph ? every minute now
“ What firatagems
-HÁNRY VI. Pars II. A& II. S. s: Fath. VOL. III.