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fon and S. Draper, R. Wellington, E. New, and B. Dod.
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p. 231. l. 6. for thee read them. p. 311. 1. 8. for less little read little less. px 344. 1. 33. for draw read drew. 374. 1. 2. for too read to.
KING Henry VI.
, of ,
, } Sons to the Duke of York.
Smith the Weaver, and several others, Rebels.
Margaret, Queen to King Henry VI. secretly in Love with the
Duke of Suffolk.
Petitioners, Aldermen, a Beadle, Sheriff and Officers, Citizens,
with Faulconers, Guards, Messengers, and other Attendants.
The SCENE is laid very dispersedly in several
Parts of England.
Flourish of Trumpets: then, Hautboys. Enter King
Henry, Duke Humphry, Salisbury, Warwick, and
So in the famous ancient city, Tours,
1 The second part, &c.] This and the third part were first written under the title of the Contention of York and Lancaster, printed in 1600, but since vastly improved by the Author.
Mr Popes 2 As by your high, &c.] Vide Halls Chronicle, fol. 66. Year
Mr. Pope. B2