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Yet why instructions the King That his leader fans inn in cities approximately him, whereas he himself retains within the chilly box? [15] 2 WATCH ’Tis the extra honour, simply because extra risky. three WATCH Ay, yet provide me worship and tranquility; i admire it higher than a deadly honour. If Warwick knew in what property he stands, ’Tis to be doubted he may waken him. [20] 1 WATCH except our halberds did close up his passage. 2 WATCH Ay, wherefore else protect we his royal tent yet to protect his individual from night-foes? input WARWICK, CLARENCE, OXFORD, SOMERSET, and French infantrymen, silent all. WARWICK this can be his tent; and notice the place stand his safeguard. braveness, my masters! Honour now or by no means! [25] yet keep on with me, and Edward can be ours. 1 WATCH Who is going there? 2 WATCH remain, or thou diest. Warwick and the remaining cry all ‘Warwick! Warwick! ’ and set upon the shield, who fly, crying Arm! Arm! ’ Warwick and the remaining following them. The drum enjoying and trumpet sounding, re-enter WARWICK and the remainder, bringing the KING out in his dress, sitting in a chair. GLOUCESTER and HASTINGS fly over the degree. SOMERSET What are they that fly there? WARWICK Richard and Hastings. allow them to cross; here's the Duke. KING EDWARD The Duke! Why, Warwick, whilst [30] we parted, Thou call’dst me King? WARWICK Ay, however the case is alter’d. in case you disgrac’d me in my embassade, Then I degraded you from being King, and are available now to create you Duke of York. [35] sadly, how in the event you govern any country That comprehend now not the best way to use ambassadors, Nor easy methods to be contented with one spouse, Nor the way to use your brothers brotherly, Nor how you can examine for the people’s welfare, [40] Nor how you can shroud your self from enemies? KING EDWARD Yea, brother of Clarence, artwork thou the following too? Nay, then I see that Edward wishes needs to down. but, Warwick, in regardless of of all mischance, Of thee thyself and all thy complices, [45] Edward will constantly undergo himself as King. notwithstanding fortune’s malice overthrow my country, My brain exceeds the compass of her wheel. WARWICK Then, for his brain, be Edward England’s king; [Takes off his crown. yet Henry now shall put on the English crown [50] And be actual King certainly; thou however the shadow. My Lord of Somerset, at my request, See that forthwith Duke Edward be convey’d Unto my brother, Archbishop of York. whilst i've got fought with Pembroke and his fellows, [55] I’ll stick to you and inform what resolution Lewis and the girl Bona ship to him. Now for some time farewell, stable Duke of York. KING EDWARD What fates impose, that males needs to wishes abide; It boots to not withstand either wind and tide. [They lead him out forcibly. OXFORD What now continues to be, my lords, for us to [60] do yet march to London with our squaddies? WARWICK Ay, that’s first thing that we've got to do; To loose King Henry from imprisonment, and spot him seated within the regal throne. [Exeunt. SCENE IV. London. The palace. input QUEEN ELIZABETH and RIVERS. RIVERS Madam, what makes you during this unexpected swap? QUEEN ELIZABETH Why, brother Rivers, are you but to profit What past due misfortune is befall’n King Edward?

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