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King Henry the Sixth :
Uncle to the King.
of the King's party. Lord Clifford, Young Clifford, his son.
Earl of Salisbury, } of the York faction.
Lord Scales, Governor of the Tower, Lord Say. Sir Humphrey Stafford, and his brother. Sir
John Stanley A Sea - captain, Master, and Master's Mate,
and Walter Whitmore. Two Gentlemen, prisoners with Suffolk. A Herald. Vaux. Hume and Southwell, two priests. Bolingbroke, a Conjurer. A spirit raised by
him. Thomas Horner, an Armourer. Peter, his man. Clerk of Chatham. Mayor of Saint Alban's. Simpcox, an Impostor. Two Murderers. Jack Cade, a Rebel:
George, John, Dick, Smith, the Weaver, Mi
chael, &c. his followers. Alexander Iden, a Kentish Gentleman.
Margaret, Queen to King' Henry.
Aldermen, a Beadle, Sheriff, and officers ;
SCENE, 'dispersedly in various parts of
SECOND PART OF
K I N G H ENRY V I.
London. A Room, of state in the Palace.
Fourish of trumpets: then hauióny's. Enter,
on one side, King HENRY, Duke of GlosTER, SALISBURY, WARWICK, and Cardinal BEAUFORT; on the other, Queen MARGARET, led in by SUFFOLK; YORK, SOMERSET, BuckINGHAM, and Others, following:
Suf. As by your high imperiał Majesty I had in charge at my depart for France, As procurator to your Excellence, To marry Princess Margaret for your Grace ; So , in the famous ancient city, Tours, In presence of the Kings of France and Sicil, The Dukes of Orleans, Calaber, Bretaigne, and
Alençon, Seven Earls, twelve Barons, and twenty reve
rend Bishops, I have perform'd my task, and was, espous'd: And humbly now upon my bended knee, Iu sight of England and her lordly Peers, Deliver up my title in the Queen To your most gracious haods, that are the sub
Of that great shadow I did represent;
The happiest gift that ever Marquess gave,
had By day, by night; waking, and in my dreams;
In courtly company, or at my beads, ' With you mine alder - liefest Sovereign, "Makes me the bolder to salute my King • With ruder terins, such as my wit affords, And over – joy of heart doch injuister. · K. Hen. Her sight did ravish: but her grace
in speech, * Her words y-clad with wisdom's majesty,
from wondering, fall to weeping
joys • Such is the fulness of iny heart's content. Lords, with one cheerful voice welcome my
love. All. Long live Queen Margaret, Englands hap
« Makes me,
the French King, Charles, and William de la Poole, Marquess of Suffolk, ambassador for Henry King of England,
that the said Henry
Glo. Pardon me, gracious Lord;
K. Hen. Uncle of Winchester, I pray, read ou.
Win. Item, It is further agreed between
quess, kneel down ;
[Ereunt King, Queen, and SUFFOLK,