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The silver livery of advised age ; 6
[Taking up the body. As did Æneas old Anchises bear, So bear I thee upon my manly shoulders : But then Æneas bare a living load, Nothing so heavy as these woes of mine. [Exit. "Enter RICHARD PLANTAGENET and SOMERSET, fighting, and
SOMERSET is killed. Rich. So, lie thou there ; For, underneath an ale-house' paltry sign, The Castle in St. Alban's, Somerset Hath made the wizard famous in his death.8 Sword, hold thy temper ; heart, be wrathful still ; Priests pray for enemies, but princes kill. [Exit. Alarums : Excursions. Enter King HENRY, Queen
MARGARET, and others, retreating. Q.Mar. Away, my lord! you are slow; for shame,away ! X.Hen. Can we outrun the heavens? good Marga,
ret, stay. Q.Mar.What are you made of? you'll not fight nor fy: Now is it manhood, wisdom, and defence,
 Advised is cautious, considerate. STEEV.
(7) When Medea fled with Jason from Colchos, she murdered her brother Absyrtus, and cut his body into several pieces, that her father might be prevented for some time from pursuing her. See Ovid, Trist. Lib. III. E!. 9.
MAL.  The death of Somerset here accomplishes that equivocal prediction given by Jourdan the witch, concerning
this duke :
Than where Castles, mounted, stand.” i.e, the representation of a castle, inounted for a sign: THEQBALD:
To give the enemy way; and to secure us
[Alarum afar off If you be ta’en, we then should see the bottom Of all our fortunes : but if we haply scape, (As well we may, if not through your neglect,) We shall to London get ; where you are lov’d; And where this breach, now in our fortunes made, May readily be stopp'd.
Enter young CLIFFORD.
relief! and we will live To see their day, and them our fortune give : Away, my lord, away!
York. Of Salisbury, who can report of him ;
Rich. My noble father,
 Part and party were synonymously used. STEEV.
ti) Read, bruise of time. WARB.-The brush of time, is the gradual detrition of time. STEEV.
 I read,-the blow of youth ; the blossom, the spring. JOHNS. The brow of youth is the height of youth, as the brow of a hill is its sum. mit. STEEV.
SECOND PART OF KING HENRY VI.
York. I know, our safety is to follow them ;
War. After them ! nay, before them, if we can.
(3) i. e. we have not secured, we are not sure of retaining, that which we have acquired. MAL.
 Being enemies that are likely so soon to rally and recover themselves from this defeat. MAL.