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King John

Act V, Scene 3

The field of battle.
 
[Alarums. Enter KING JOHN and HUBERT]
 
KING JOHN
            ,         ,          ,        ,        ,      ->
      How goes | the day | with us?| Oh tell | me Hu||bert.
 
HUBERT
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      Bad||ly I fear;| how fares | your ma|jesty?
 
KING JOHN
            ,       ,           ,        ,        ,
      This fe|ver that | hath trou|bled me | so long,
            ,      ,        ,        ,          ,
      Lies^hea|vy on | me: oh,| my heart | is sick.
 
[Enter a Messenger]
 
MESSENGER
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      My lord:| your va|liant kins|man Faul|conbridge,
          ,           ,    ,         ,           ,
      Desires | your ma|jesty | to leave | the field,
            ,          ,        ,          ,         ,
      And send | him word | by me,| which way | you go.
 
KING JOHN
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      Tell him | toward Swin|stead, to | the ab|bey there.
 
MESSENGER
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      Be of | good* com|fort: for | the great | supply
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      That was | expec|ted by | the Dau|phin here,
             ,        T      T   . T        ,        ,
      Are wracked | three nights ago | on Good|win Sands.
             ,           ,          ,      2    ,      ,
      This news | was brought | to Ri|chard but e|ven now,
             ,       ,     ,                ,           ,
      The French | fight cold/ly, and | retire | themselves.
 
KING JOHN
            ,         ,       ,       ,         ,
      Aye* me,| this ty|rant fe|ver burns | me up,
            ,         ,        ,                ,    ,
      And will | not let | me wel|come this / good news.
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      Set^on | toward^Swin|stead: to | my lit|ter straight,
        ,            ,        ,       ,        ,
      Weakness | posses|seth me,| and I | am faint.
 
[Exeunt]

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