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She there appears as the concubine of Richard the First , and mother of the Lord Faulconbridge . But in the present instance , the name most probably was ...
... and whom listeth him doth lop . ” Again , in our author's K. Richard II . : The creatures that were mine ; I say , or 30 ACT 1 . TEMPEST .
[ Perkin Warbeck ] “ did in all things notably acquit himself ; insomuch as it was generally believed , that he was indeed Duke Richard .
This interrogation , indicative of impatience in the highest degree , occurs also in King Richard II . Act I. Sc . I. : “ When , Harry ?
Again , in King Richard III . : “ With this , my lord , myself hath nought to do . Glou . Naught to do with mistress Shore ? ” & c . MALONE . VOL . XV .
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I was reading King John on Project Gutenberg, but I changed over to this version as I was looking up annotations. Now, I don't have to go to Google to look up the history and folio changes for specific lines.