Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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( both for birth and courage ) of this honor and preferment , yet so disdained of Edmund , Duke of Somerset , being cousin to the king , that by all means possible he sought his hindrance , as one glad of his loss and sorry of his well ...
By means whereof the towns each day revolted . Buckingham . Tut , these are petty faults to faults unknown , Which time will bring to light in smooth Duke Humphrey . King . My lords , at once : the care you have of us , To mow down ...
But stay thee , ' tis the fruits of love I mean . Lady Grey . The fruits of love I mean , my loving liege . King Edward . Ay , but , I fear me , in another sense . What love , think'st thou , I sue so much to get ? Lady Grey .
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Henry VI Part One
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