Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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The third son , Duke of Clarence , from whose line I claim the crown , had issue , Philippa , a daughter , Who married Edmund Mortimer , Earl of March ; Edmund had issue , Roger Earl of March ; Roger had issue , Edmund , Anne and ...
They are all in order and march toward us . Cade . But then are we in order when we are most out of order . Come , march forward . [ Exeunt . ] 175 185 1 [ Scene III . Another part of Blackheath . ] 161 mained maimed ( variant spelling ) ...
Now , if the help of Norfolk and myself , With all the friends that thou , brave Earl of March , Amongst the loving Welshmen canst procure , Will but amount to five and twenty thousand , Why , via ! ° to London will we march amain ...
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Henry VI Part One
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