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Third Part



With the Death of the


Printed in the YEAR 1709.


ING Henry VI.

Edward, Son to the King, and Prince of Wales,
Duke of Somerset,
Earl of Northumberland,
Earl of Oxford,

Lords of King Henry's side.
Earl of Exeter,
Earl of Westmorland,
Lord Clifford,
Earl of Richmond, a Youth, afterwards King Henry VII.
Richard, Duke of York.
Edward, Eldest son to the Duke of York, afterwards King Edward IV.

Forge, Duke of Clarence, second son to the Duke of York.
.chard, Duke of Gloucester, third Son so the Duke of York, afterwards

King Richard III.
Edmund, Earl of Rutland, youngest Son to the Duke of York.
Duke of Norfolk,
Marquis of Montague.
Earl of Warwick,
Earl of Salisbury,

of the Duke of York's Party.
Earl of Pembroke,
Lord Haftings,
Lord Stafford,
Sir John Mortimer,

? Unkles to the Duke of York
Sir Hugh Mortimer,
Sir William Stanley, afterwards Earl of Derby.
Lord Rivers, Brother to the Lady Gray.
Sir John Montgomery.
Lieusenant of the Tower,
Mayor of Coventry.
Mayor and Aldermen of York.
Humphry and Sinklo, iwo Huntsmen.
Lewis, King of France.
Bourbon, Admiral of France.

ween Margaret.
Bona, Sister to the French King.
Lady Gray, Widow of Sir Richard Gray, afterwards Queen to Eu-

ward ly.

Soldiers and other Attendants on King Henry, and King Edward.

In Part of the Third alt the SCENE is

laid in France, during all the reft of the Play in England.


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Alarum. Enter Duke of York, Edward, Richard,

Norfolk, Mountague, Warwick, and Soldiers.

WA RW I C K. Wonder how the King escap'd our Hand's? · York. While we purlu'd the Horsemen of

the North, He Nily stole away, and left his Men: Whereat the great Lord of Northumberland,

Whole warlike Ears could never brook ReChear'd

up the drooping Army, and himself, (treat,
Lord Clifford and Lord Stafford all a-breast,
Charg'd our main Battel's Front; and breaking ir,
Were by the Swords of common Soldiers 1lain.

Edw. Lord Stafford's Father, Duke of Buckingham,
Is either Rain or wounded dangerous.
I cleft his Beaver with a down-righe blow:
That this is true, Father, bchold his Blood.

Mo:ini. And, Brother, here's the Earl of Wilmire's Blood; Whom I cncountred as the Batiels join'd.

Fich. Speak thou for me, and cell them what I did. VOL. IV,

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