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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.
EXIKAW. M DCC XLVII.

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KING Henry VI.
Humphry Duke of Gloucester,

Uncles to the
Cardinal Beauford, Bp. of Winchester, 3 King.
Duke of York, pretending to the Crown.
Duke of Buckingham,
Duke of Somerset, Of the King's Party.
Duke of Suffolk,

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Earl of Warwick, } Of the York Faktion.

Richard Plantagenet

; } .sons to the Duke of York.

Lord Clifford, of the King's Party.
Lord Say.
Lord Scales, Governor of the Tower.
Sir Humphry Stafford.
Young Stafford, his Brother.
Alexander Iden, a Kentish Gentleman.
Young Clifford, Son to the Lord Clifford.

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Vaux, a Sea Captain, and Walter Whitmore - Pirates.
A Herald.
Hume and Southwel, two Priests.
Bolingbrook, an Astrologer.

Spirit, attending on Jordan the Witch. Thomas Horner, an Armourer. Peter, his Man. Clerk of Chatham. Mayor of St. Albans. Simpcox, an Impostor. Jack Cade, Bevis, Michael, John Holland, Dick the

Butcher, Smith the Weaver, and several others, Rebels. Margaret, Queen to King Henry VI. secretly in Love

with the Duke of Suffolk. Dame Eleanor, Wife to the Duke of Gloucester. Mother Jordan, a Witcb employ'd by the Dutchess of

Gloucester, Wife to Simpcox. Petitioners, Aldermen, a Beadle, Sherif and Officers,

Citizens, with Faulconers, Guards, Mesengers, and

other Attendants. The SCENE is laid very difper fedly in several

Parts of England.

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Grace ;

Flourish of Trumpets: then, Hautboys.

Enter King
Henry, Duke Humphry, Salisbury, Warwick, and
Beauford on the one fide: The Queen, Suffolk, York,
Somerset, and Buckingham on the other.

SUFFOLK.
S by your high imperial Majesty
I had in charge at my depart for France,

As procurator for your Excellence,
To marry Princess Marg'ret for

your
jo in the famous ancient city, Tours,
in presence of the Kings of France and Sicil,
The dukes of Orleans, Calaber, Bretaigne, Alanson,
even Earls, twelve Barons, twenty reverend Bishops,

have perform’d my talk, and was espous’d: be and humbly now upon my bended knee, #s, In sight of England and her lordly peers,

Deliver up my title in the Queen FC

[Presenting the Queen to the King. To

your most gracious hand; that are the substance
Of that great shadow I did represent :
The happiest gift that ever Marquifs gave,
The faireft Queen that ever King receiv’d.

K. Henry. Suffolk, arise. Welcome, Queen Margaret ;

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 fince vastly improved by the Author.

Mr. Pope. 2 As by your bigb, &c.] Vide Hall's Chronicle, Fol. 66. Year 23. Init,

Mr. Pope.

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