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He has my heart yet; and shall have my prayers,
Ante-chamber to the King's apartment.
Enter the Duke of Norfolk, the Duke of Suffolk, the
Earl of Surrey, and the Lord Chamberlain.
I am joyful
Which of the peers
Cham. My lords, you speak your pleasures :
0, fear him not; His spell in that is out: the king hath found
Matter against him, that for ever mars
Believe it, this is true.
0, how, how?
Sur. Has the king this?
Will this work?.
'Would he had !
Now all my joy
My amen to’t!
To some ears unrecounted.-But, my lords,
But, will the king
Now, God incense him, And let him cry ha, louder ! Nor.
But, my lord,
Suff. He is return'd, in his opinions; which
This same Cranmer's
He has ; and we shall see him For it, an archbishop. Nor.
So I hear.
* Made memorable.
Enter Wolsey and Cromwell. Nor.
Observe, observe, he's moody.
Is he ready
I think, by this he is.
[Erit Cromwell. It shall be to the duchess of Alençon, The French king's sister : he shall marry her.Anne Bullen ! No; I'll no Anne Bullens for him : There is more in it than fair visage.--Bullen! No, we'll no Bullens.-Speedily I wish To hear from Rome.-The marchioness of Pen
broke! Nor. He's discontented. Suff
May be, he hears the king Does whet his anger to him.
Sharp enough, Lord, for thy justice ! Wol. The late queen’s gentlewoman; a knight's
daughter, To be her mistress' mistress! the queen's quieen! This candle burns not clear : 'tis I must snuff it; Then, out it goes. What though I know her
virtuous, And well-deserving ? yet I know her for A spleeny Lutheran ; and not wholesome to Our cause, that she should lie i'the bosom of Our hard-rul'd king. Again, there is sprung up An heretick, an arch one, Cranmer; one Hath crawl'd into the favour of the king,