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VOLUME the FOURTH.
King RICHARD II.
King HENRY IV. Part I.
King HENRY V.
Marianne De Wesselow.
Printed for R. OWEN, J. LEATHLEY, G. and A. EWING, W. and J. SMITH, G. FAULKNER, P. CRAMPTON, A. BRADLEY, T. MOORE, E. and J. EXSHAW. MDCCXLVII.
KING Richard the Second.
Duke of York,
John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, Uncles to the King. Bolingbroke, Son to John of Gaunt, afterwards King Henry the Fourth.
Aumerle, Son to the Duke of York.
Servants to King Richard.
Earl of Northumberland,
Abbot of Weftminster,
Queen to King Richard.
Ladies, attending on the Queen.
} Friends to King Richard.
Lords in the Parliament.
Friends to Bolingbroke.
Heralds, two Gardiners, Keeper, Messenger, Groom, and other Attendants.
SCENE, difperfedly, in feveral Parts of England.
The LIFE and DEATH of
KING RICHARD II.
Enter King Richard, John of Gaunt, with other Nobles and Attendants.
LD John of Gaunt, time-honour'd Lancaster, Haft thou, according to thy oath and bond, Brought hither Henry Hereford thy bold fon, Here to make good the boift'rous late Appeal, Which then our leifure would not let us hear, Against the Duke of Norfolk, Thomas Mowbray ? Gaunt. I have, my liege.
K. Rich. Tell me moreover, haft thou founded him, If he appeal the Duke on ancient malice, Or worthily, as a good Subject should,
On fome known ground of treachery in him?
Gaunt. As near as I could fift him on that argument, On fome apparent Danger feen in him Aim'd at your Highness; no invet'rate malice.
K. Rich. Then call them to our prefence; face to face,.
And frowning brow to brow, Our felves will hear
If he appeal the Duke.] Appeal, i. e. call, demand, challenge, from appello.. Mr. Pope,