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Richard III

Act 4, Scene 5

Lord Derby's house.
 
[Enter DERBY and SIR CHRISTOPHER URSWICK]
 
DERBY
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      Sir Chris|topher,| tell Rich|mond this | from me,
        ,            ,               ,    ,       ,
      That in | the sty | of the / most dead|ly boar,
          ,       ,     ,              ,              ,
      My son | George Stan/ley is | franked up | in hold:
         ,       ,     ,                 ,         ,
      If I | revolt,| off goes | young^Geor|ge's head,
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5     The fear | of that,| withholds | my pre|sent aid.
          ,           ,         ,        ,         ,
      So get | thee gone:| commend | me to | thy lord.
          ,     ,       2        ,            ,   2        ,      ->
      Withal | say, that the | queen hath | heartily | consen||ted
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      He | should espouse | Eli|zabeth | his daugh||ter.
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      But tell | me, where | is prince|ly Rich||mond now?
 
CHRISTOPHER
          ,    ,             ,         ,          ,   ->
10    At Pem|broke, or | at Har|ford-west || in Wales.
 
DERBY
            ,         ,        ,        ,
      What men | of name | resort | to him.
 
CHRISTOPHER
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      Sir Wal|ter Her|bert, a | renowned | soldier,
           ,        ,        ,     ,          ,
      Sir Gil|bert Tal|bot, Sir | William | Stanley,
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      Oxford,| redoub|ted Pem|broke*, Sir / James Blunt,
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15    And Rice | ap Tho|mas, with | a va|liant crew,
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      And ma|ny o|ther of / great name | and worth:
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      And towards | London | they do | bend their | power,
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      If by | the way | they be | not fought | withal.
 
DERBY
            ,          ,         ,        ,          ,
      Well hie | thee to | thy lord:| I kiss | his hand,
          ,        ,        ,          ,        ,
20    My let|ter will | resolve | him of | my mind.
            ,
      Farewell.   \\
 
[Exeunt]

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