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25] The foe is cruel and won't pity; For at their fingers i've got deserv’d no pity. The air hath acquired into my lethal wounds, and masses effuse of blood doth make me faint. Come, York and Richard, Warwick and the remaining; [30] I stabb’d your fathers’ bosoms: cut up my breast. [He faints. Alarum and retreat. input EDWARD, GEORGE, RICHARD, MONTAGUE, WARWICK, and infantrymen. EDWARD Now breathe we, lords. success bids us pause And delicate the frowns of battle with peaceable seems to be. a few troops pursue the bloody-minded Queen That led calm Henry, although he have been a king, [35] As doth a sail, fill’d with a fretting gust, Command an argosy to stem the waves. yet imagine you, lords, that Clifford fled with them? WARWICK No, ’tis very unlikely he may still get away; For, notwithstanding ahead of his face I communicate the phrases, [40] Your brother Richard mark’d him for the grave; And, wheresoe’er he's, he’s absolutely lifeless. [Clifford groans, and dies. RICHARD Whose soul is that which takes her heavy depart? a dangerous groan, like existence and death’s departing. See who it truly is. EDWARD And now the battle’s ended, [45] If buddy or foe, permit him be lightly used. RICHARD Revoke that doom of mercy, for ’tis Clifford; Who no longer contented that he lopp’d the department In hewing Rutland whilst his leaves positioned forth, yet set his murd’ring knife unto the basis [50] From whence that soft spray did sweetly spring – I suggest our princely father, Duke of York. WARWICK From off the gates of York fetch down the pinnacle. Your father’s head, which Clifford positioned there; as a substitute whereof permit this offer the room. [55] degree for degree has to be spoke back. EDWARD bring about that deadly screech-owl to our residence, That not anything sung yet demise to us and ours. Now demise shall cease his dismal threat’ning sound, And his ill-boding tongue not more shall converse. [60] WARWICK i feel his figuring out is bereft. communicate, Clifford, dost thou recognize who speaks to thee? darkish cloudy demise o’ershades his beams of existence, And he nor sees nor hears us what we are saying. RICHARD O, could he did! and so, maybe, he doth. [65] ’Tis yet his coverage to counterfeit, simply because he may stay away from such sour scoffs Which throughout the time of dying he gave our father. GEORGE if this is the case thou think’st, vex him with keen phrases. RICHARD Clifford, ask mercy and acquire no grace. [70] EDWARD Clifford, repent in bootless penitence. WARWICK Clifford, devise excuses for thy faults. GEORGE whereas we devise fell tortures for thy faults. RICHARD Thou didst love York, and i'm son to York. EDWARD Thou pitied’st Rutland, i'm going to pity thee. [75] GEORGE Where’s Captain Margaret, to fence you presently? WARWICK They mock thee, Clifford; swear as thou wast wont. RICHARD What, now not an oath? Nay, then the area is going difficult whilst Clifford can't spare his acquaintances an oath. i do know through that he’s lifeless; and via my soul, [80] If this correct hand may purchase hours’ existence, That I in all regardless of may perhaps rail at him, This hand may still chop it off, and with the issuing blood Stifle the villain whose unstanched thirst York and younger Rutland couldn't fulfill.

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