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" Gower ftand away .He giue treafon his due prefently. 8 Enter the King, Warwicke, Clarence, and Exeter. Kin. How now, what is the matter ? Flew. And it fhall pleafe your Maieftie, Here is the notableft peece of treafon come to light, As you fhall defire... "
Twenty of the Plays of Shakespeare: Being the Whole Number Printed in Quarto ... - Page 12
by William Shakespeare - 1766
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Shakspere plays, Volumes 2-6

New Shakspere Society (London, England) - 1874
...Clarence, and Exeter. Kin. How now, what is the matter ? Flew. And it fhall pleafe your Maieftie, Here is the notableft peece of treafon come to light, As you fhall defire to fee in a fommers day. u Here is a rafcall, beggerly rafcall, is ftrike the gloue, Which your Maieftie tooke out of the helmet...
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New Shakspere Society - 1875
...Clarence, and Exeter. Kin. How now, what is the matter ? Flew. And it fhall pleafe your Maieftie, Here is the notableft peece of treafon come to light, As you fhall defire to fee in a fommers day. n Here is a rafcall, beggerly rafcall, is ftrike the gloue, Which your Maieftie tooke out of the helmet...
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King Henry V: Parallel Texts of the First and Third Quartos and the First Folio

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1908 - 198 pages
...Clarence, and Exeter. 25 King, How now? Wats the matter? Flew. And it fhall pleafe your maiefty, Heere is the notableft peece of treafon come to light As you...beare me witnefles, And teftimonies, and auouchments, [Fi That this is the gloue. Soul. And it pleafe your maiefty, That was my gloue. He that I gaue it...
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Shakespeare Reprints: King Henry V. 1908

William Shakespeare, Wilhelm ViŽtor - 1908
...what is the matter? Flew. And it fhall pleale your Maieftie, Here is the notableft peece of treaion come to light, As you fhall defire to fee in a fommers day. Here is a rafcall, beggerly rafcall, is ftrike the gloue, Which your Maieftie tooke out of the helmet...
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