Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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But for doubt of misdealing at this brunt , the Duke of Bedford took from him the image of Saint George and his garter , though afterward by means of friends and apparent causes of good excuse , the same were to him again delivered ...
[ Subsequently York ) with help of his friends assembled a great army in the marches of Wales , publishing openly that the cause of his motion was for the public wealth of the realm , and great profit of the commons ; which fairtold ...
I , then in London , keeper of the King , Mustered my soldiers , gathered flocks of friends , And very well appointed , ' as I thought , Marched toward Saint Albans to intercept the Queen , Bearing the King in my behalfo along ...
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Henry VI Part One
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