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BRADBURY, EVANS, AND Co.,
11, BOUVERIE STREET, LONDON, E.C.

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THE THIRD PART OF

KING HENRY THE

SIXTH.

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KING HENRY THE SIXTH.
EDWARD, Prince of Wales, his son.
LEWIS XI., King of France.
The Dukes of SOMERSET and EXETER.
The Earls of OXFORD, NORTHUMBERLAND, and West-

MORELAND.
LORD CLIFFORD.
RICHARD PLANTAGENET, Duke of York.
EDWARD, Earl of March, afterwards King

Edward IV.,
GEORGE, afterwards Duke of Clarence,

his sons.
RICHARD, afterwards Duke of Gloucester,
EDMUND, Earl of Rutland,
The DUKE OF NORFOLK; the MARQUIS OP MONTAGUE.
The Earls of WARWICK and PEMBROKE.
LORD HASTINGS, and LORD STAFFORD.

Sir JOHN MORTIMER; } uncles to the Duke of York.

,
Henry, Earl of Richmond, a Youth.
LORD Rivers, brother to Lady Grey.
Sir William STANLEY; Sir John MONTGOMERY ; and

Sir John SOMERVILLE.
Tutor to Rutland.
The Mayor of York.
Lieutenant of the Tower.
A Nobleman.
Two Keepers, and a Huntsman.
A Son who has killed his Father.
A Father who has killed his Son.

QUEEN MARGARET.
Lady Grey, afterwards Queen to Edward IV.
Bona, sister to the French Queen.

Soldiers, Attendants, Messengers, Watchmen, &c.
SCENE,-ENGLAND, and, during part of the Third

Act, in FRANCE.

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Drums. Some Soldiers of York's Party break in.

Then enter the Duke of YORK, EDWARD, RICHARD,
NorFOLK, MONTAGUE, WARWICK, and others, with
white roses in their hats.

Warwick.
WONDER how the king escaped our

hands.
York. While we pursued the horse-

men of the north,

He slily stole away, and left his men: Whereat the great lord of Northumberland, Whose warlike ears could never brook retreat, Cheer'd up the drooping army; and himself, Lord Clifford, and lord Stafford, all abreast, Charged our main battle's front, and, breaking in, Were by the swords of common soldiers slain. Edw. Lord Stafford's father, duke of Bucking

ham, Is either slain or wounded dangerous :

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