By William Shakespeare
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Ninety four e-book . . . in’t (probably a primer) ninety six duties bonds ninety six courtroom hand a sort, or sort, of handwriting used for felony records ninety eight right decent-looking 102 They . . . letters (Emmanuel - that means “God with us” - was once occasionally prefixed to letters and records) 114 specific (in solution to normal within the past line) one hundred twenty No i. e. , definite, he's just a knight STAFFORD To Cade’s fans a hundred twenty five Rebellious hinds, the dirt and scum of Kent, Marked for the gallows, lay your guns down; domestic in your cottages, forsake this groom. 128 The king is merciful, in the event you riot. STAFFORD’S BROTHER To Cade’s fans yet indignant, wrathful, and prone to blood, a hundred thirty should you pass ahead. accordingly, yield or die. CADE To his fans 131 As for those silken-coated slaves, I cross no longer. it truly is to you, stable humans, that I converse, Over whom, in time to come back, i am hoping to reign - For i'm rightful inheritor unto the crown. STAFFORDVillain, thy father was once a plasterer 136 And thou thyself a shearman, paintings thou now not? CADEAnd Adam was once a gardener. STAFFORD’S BROTHER And what of that? CADEMarry, this: Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March, Married the Duke of Clarence’ daughter, did he no longer? STAFFORD140 Ay, sir. CADEBy her he had teenagers at one delivery. a hundred twenty five hinds peasants 128 insurrection flip again 131 move care 136 shearman workman who cuts the nap from fabric in the course of its manufacture (see l. five, above) STAFFORD’S BROTHERThat’s fake. CADEAy, there’s the query - yet I say ’tis precise. The elder of them, being placed to nurse, was once by means of a beggarwoman stol’n away, And, unaware of his beginning and parentage, grew to become a bricklayer while he got here to age. His son am I - deny it an you could. 148 BUTCHERNay, ’tis too precise - hence he will probably be king. 149 WEAVER Sir, he made a chimney in my father’s apartment, a hundred and fifty and the bricks are alive at this present day to testify. accordingly deny it now not. STAFFORD To Cade’s fans and may you credits this base drudge’s phrases 153 That speaks he is familiar with now not what? ALL CADE’S FOLLOWERSAy, marry, can we - as a result get ye long past. STAFFORD’S BROTHERJack Cade, the Duke of York hath taught you this. CADE apart He lies, for I invented it myself. (Aloud) visit, sirrah - inform the king from me that for 158 his father’s sake, Henry the 5th, in whose time boys went to span-counter for French crowns, i'm content material one hundred sixty he shall reign; yet I’ll be Protector over him. BUTCHER And, moreover, we’ll have the Lord Saye’s 162 head for promoting the dukedom of Maine. 148 an if 149 too very 153 drudge’s workman’s 158 sirrah (form of deal with given a social inferior) one hundred sixty went to span-counter performed a online game of toss (specifically, a online game within which one participant makes an attempt to toss a counter to land lower than a span’s distance from another’s counter) one hundred sixty crowns (1) cash stamped with a crown, (2) kings or kingdoms 162 Lord Saye (James Fiennes, Lord Saye and Sele, Treasurer of britain on the time of Cade’s uprising, were linked to Suffolk within the lack of Anjou and Maine. He used to be hated for his harshness. ) CADE And sturdy cause, for thereby is England maimed,165 and fain to compliment a employees, yet that my puissance holds it up.