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ACCURATELY PRINTED FROM
The Text of the Corrected Copy left by the late
GEORGE STEEVENS, ESQ.
A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF SHAKSPEARE.
IN EIGHT VOLUMES.
KING HENRY VI. PART I....KING HENRY VI. PART II....
KING HENRY VI. PART III....KING RICHARD 111.
Stereotyped by J. Howe.....N. York.
MÓCARTY & D.lvi:::
King Henry the Sixth.
of France. Thomas Beaufort, duke of Exeter, great uncle to
the king: Henry Beaufort, great uncle to the king, bishop of
İVinchester, and afterwards cardinal. John Beaufort, earl of Somerset ; afterwards duke. Richard Plantagenet, eldest son of Richard, late
earl of Cambridge; afterwards duke of Yor Earl of Warwick. Earl of Salisbury. Earl of Suffolk. Lord Talbot, afterwards earl of Shrewsbury. John Talbot, his son. Edmund Mortimer, earl of March. Mortimer's keeper, and a lawyer. Sir John Fastolfe. Sir William Lucy. Sir William Glansdale. Sir Thomas Gargrave. Mayor of London. Woodville lient.of the Tower. Vernon, of the white rose, or York faction. Basset, of the red rose, or Lancaster faction. Charles, dauphin, and afterwards king of France. Reignier,duke of Anjou and titular king of Naples. Duke of Burgundy
Duke of Alençon. Governor of Paris. Bastard of Orleans. Master-gunner of Orleans, and his son. General of the French forces in Bourdeaux. A French Sergeant. A Porter An old shepherd, father to Joan la Pucelle. Margaret, davghter to Reignier ; afterwards mar
ried to King Henry. Countess of Auvergne. Joan la Pucelle commonly called Joan of Arc. Fiends appearing to La Pucelle, lords, warders
of the Tower, heralds, officers, soldiers, messengers, and several attendants, both on the
English and French. Scene, partly in England, and partly in France.
FIRST PART OF
KING HENRY V I.
ACT I. SCENE I.-Westminster Abbey. Dead march.
Corpse of King Henry the Fifth discovered, lying in state ; attended on by the Dukes of Bedford, Gloster, and Exeter; the Earl of Warwick, the Bishop of Winchester, Heralds, &c.
Glo. England ne'er had a king, until his time.
(1) Alluding to our ancient stage-practice when a tragedy was to be acted.