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Loseth men's hearts, and leaves behind a stain
(speed ! Hot. Well, I am fchool'd: good manners be your Here come our wives, and let us take our leave.
Enter Glendower, with the ladies.
Glend. My daughter weeps, she will not part with
you, She'll be a soldier too, she'll to the wars.
Mort. Good father, tell her, she and my aunt Percy Shall follow in your conduct fpeedily.
[Glendower speaks to her in Welsh, and the
answers him in the fame. Glend. She's desp’rate here : a peevish self-will'd
harlotry, That no persuasion can do good upon.
(Lady Speaks in Welfh. Mort. I understand thy looks; that pretty Welsh, Which thou pour'st down from those two swelling
heavens, I am too perfect in: and, but for shame, In-luch a parly should I answer thee.
[The Lady again in Well. I understand thy kiffes, and thou mine; And that's a feeling difputation: But I will never be a truant, love, 'Till I have learn'd thy language; for thy tongue Makes Welsh as sweet as ditties highly penn'd, Sung by a fair Queen in a summer's bower, With ravishing division to her lute. Glend. Nay, if thou melt, then will she run ad. (The Lady Speaks again in Wellh.
Mort. O, I am Ignorance itself in this.
Glend. She bids you,
Mort. With all my heart I'll fit, and hear her sing: By that time will our book, I think, be drawn.
Glend. Do fo;
Hot. Come, Kate, thou art perfect in lying down : come, quick, quick, that I may lay my head in thy lap. Lady. Go, ye giddy goose. The music plays.
Hot. Now I perceive the devil understands Welfre : and 'tis no marvel, he is so humorous: by’r lady, he's a good musician,
Lady. Then would you be nothing but nusical, for you are altogether govern'd by humours : lie still, ye thief, and hear the lady fing in Welsh.
Hot. I had rather hear, Lady, my brach, howl in Irith.
Lady. Would's have thy head broken?
[Here the Lady fings a Welsh fong. Come, l'll have your song too.
Lady. Not mine in good footh.
Hot. Not yours, in good footh! you swear like a comfit-maker's wife ; not you, in good footh; and, as true as I live; and, as God fhall mend me; and, as sure as day: and givest such farcenet surety for thy oaths, as if thou never walk d'ft further than Finsbury. Swear me, Kate, like a lady, as thou art, A good mouth-6lling oath, and leave infooth, And such proteft of pepper-ginger-bread, To velvet-guards, and Sunday-citizens. Come, fing.
Lady. I will not fing.
Hot. 'Tis the next way to turn taylor, or be RobinRed-breast teacher: if the indenturés. be drawn, I'll away within these two hours, and so come in, when
SC E N E IV. Changes to the Presence-chamber in Windsor. Enter King Henry, Prince of Wales, Lords and others. K.
ORDS, give us leave; the Prince
of Wales and I Must have some private conference: but be near, For we shall presently have need of you,
Exeunt Lords I know not, whether God will have it so, For some displealing service I have done; That, in his secret doom, out of my blood He breeds revengement and a scourge for me: But thou doft in thy passages of life Make me believe, that thou art only mark'd
For the hot vengeance and the rod of heav'n,
P. Henry. So please your Majesty, I will, I could
But, like a comet, I was wonder'd at!
his countenance, against his name,
*cm-carded his State;} Richard is here reprefented as Taying aside his Royalty, and mixing himself with common Jesters. This will lead us to the true reading, which should be thus,
'fcarded his State ; i. 1. discarded, thresv off.