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Henry VI part one

Act V, Scene 2

 

France, at the plains in Anjou.
 
[Enter CHARLES, BURGUNDY, ALENCON, BASTARD OF ORLEANS, REIGNIER, JOAN LA PUCELLE, and forces]
 
CHARLES
              ,         ,          ,           ,          x
      These news |(my lord)| may cheer | our droop|ing spirits:
             ,          ,        ,        ,       ,
      'Tis said | the stout | Paris|ians do | revolt
            ,       ,       ,        ,          ,
      And turn | again | unto | the war|like French.
 
ALENCON
             ,         ,       ,        ,            ,
      Then march | to Par|is, roy|al Charles | of France,
            ,          ,            ,         ,      ,
      And keep | not back | your powers | in dal|liance.
 
JOAN LA PUCELLE
        ,            ,          ,          ,        ,
      Peace be | amongst |them if | they turn | to us,
            ,     ,        ,           ,    ,
      Else ru|in com|bat with | their pal|aces.
 
[Enter Scout]
 
      Scout
           ,       ,        ,    2   ,    ,
      Success | unto | our val|iant gen|eral,
           ,      ,        ,       ,      ,
      And hap|piness | to his | accom|plices.
 
CHARLES
            ,         ,           ,        ,         ,
10    What tid|ings send | our scouts?| I pri|thee speak.
 
      Scout
           ,        ,      ,       ,      ,
      The En|glish ar|my that | divi|ded was
        2   ,     ,            ,          ,         ,
      Into two | parties,| is now | conjoined | in one,
            ,          ,         ,        ,      ,
      And means | to give | you bat|tle pres|ently.
 
CHARLES
        ,             ,        ,          ,       ,
      Somewhat | too sud|den sirs,| the warn|ing is,
           ,          ,      ,        ,          ,
      But we | will pres|ently | provide | for them.
 
BURGUNDY
          ,           ,         ,            ,    ,
      I trust | the ghost | of Tal|bot is / not there:
           ,        ,         ,          ,          ,
      Now he | is gone | my lord,| you need | not fear.
 
JOAN LA PUCELLE
       .  T    T   T           ,         ,         ,
      Of all base pas|sions, fear | is most | accursed.
           ,         ,            ,           ,          ,
      Command | the con|quest, Charles,| it shall | be thine,
           ,       ,         ,          ,         ,
20    Let Hen|ry fret | and all | the world | repine.
 
CHARLES
            ,        ,            ,         ,      ,
      Then on | my lords,| and France | be for|tunate.
 
[Exeunt]

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