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Enter Sir William Lucy.
Tore Lucy. Conduct me to the Dauphin's tent, to know Who hath obtain'd the glory of the day.
Char. On what submissive message art thou sent?
Char. For prisoners ask'st thou ? hell our prison is. But tell me whorn thou feek'st?
Lucy. Where is the great Alcides of the field,
Pucel. Here is a lilly, stately, stile, indeed,
Lucy. Is Talbot Nain, the Frenchmens' only scourge,
? Conduct me to the Daupbin's tory; therefore Sir T. Harmer tent, to krow
reads, Who hath obtain'd
Herald, conduct me to the D24 sy's Message implied that he phin's tent knew who had obtained the vice
Your kingdoni's terror and black Nemesis?
Pucel. I think, this Upstart is old Talbot's ghost s
Char. Go, take the bodies hence ;' up)
Cher. So we be rid of them, do what thou wilt. - And now to Paris, in this conqu’ring vein ; All will be ours, now bloody Talbot's Nain. [Exeunt.
SCENE II. : !
Changes to England.
Enter King Henry, Gloucester, and Exeter.
i K. Haury.
AVE you perus'd the letters from the
Glou. I have, my Lord; and their intent is this
K. Henry. How doth your Grace affect this motion?
Glou. Well, my good Lord; and as the only ineans
K. Henry. Ay, marry, uncle ; for I always thought
Glou. Beside, my Lord, the sooner to effect
K. Henry. Marriage ? alas ! my years are yet too
Exe. What is my Lord of Winchester installid,
K. Henry. My Lords Ambassadors, your fev'ral suits
Glou. And for the proffer of my Lord your master,
He doth intend the shall be England's Queen.
Ķ. Henry. In argument and proof of which Contract,
mo and Train. Win. Stay, my Lord'Legaté, you shall first receive The Sum of money which I promised"784 DINE Should be delivered to his Holiness. u 21:31: HÀ For cloathing me in thefe grave ornaments.
Legate. I will attend upon your Lordship's leisure,
Win. Now Winchester will not fubmit, I trow,
Enter. Dauphin, Burgundy, Alanson, Baftard, i
HESE news, my Lords, may chear our
drooping spirits :
Alan. Then march to Paris, royal Charles of France,
Pucel. Peace be amongst them, if they turn to us, Elle Ruin combat with their Palaces.
* Norin birib,] I would read is legitimate and thy authority for birth, That is, thou shalt fupreme, 80. Tule me though thy birth
Enter Scout. gouf
1:19 Scout. Success unto our valiant General; nina And happiness to his accomplices ! id 1 Dau. "What tidings send our scours ? I pr’ytheen speak. A
di Scout. The English army, that divided was Into two parts, is now conjoin'd in one give us And means to give you battle presently to is
Dau. Somewhat too sudden, Sirs, the warning is But we will presently provide for them.
Burg. I trust, the ghost of Talbot is not there, Now he is gone, my Lord, you need not fear.
Pucel. Of all base passions fear is most accurft. Command the Conquest, Charles, it shall be thine: Let Henry fret and all the world repine, Dau. Then on, my Lords; and France be fortua nate.
[Exeunt. Alarm : excursions. Enter Joan la Pucelle. Pucel. The Regent conquers, and the Frenchmen fly. Now help, ye charming Spells and Periapts ; And ye choice Spirits, that admonish me, And give me signs of future accidents ; " "[Thunder, You speedy helpers, that are fubstitutes Under the lordly' monarch of the North, Appear, and aid me in this enterprize.
This fpeedy quick appearance argues proof polo
ye charming Spells and Mangreb of the North. The Periapts ;] Charms fow'd North was always supposed to be up. Ezek. xiii. 18. Wo to them the particular habitation of bad that fow pillows to all årm-boles, fpirits. Milton therefore affemto hunt fouls. Pope. bles the rebel angels in the North.