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All the unsigned footnotes in this volume are by the writer of the article to which they are appended. The interpretation of the initials signed to the others is: I. G. = Israel Gollancz, M.A.; H. N. H.= Henry Norman Hudson, A.M.; C. H. H.-C. H. Herford, Litt.D.

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Glo. "Be patient, gentle Nell; forget this grief."

Duch. "Ah, Gloucester, teach me to forget myself!" Henry VI. Part 2. Act 2, Scene 4.

DRAMATIS PERSONÆ

KING HENRY the Sixth
HUMPHREY, Duke of Gloucester (Gloster), his uncle
CARDINAL BEAUFORT, Bishop of Winchester, great-uncle to the King
RICHARD PLANTAGENET, Duke of York
EDWARD and RICHARD, his sons
DUKE OF SOMERSET
DUKE OF SUFFOLK
DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM
LORD CLIFFORD
Young CLIFFORD, his son
EARL OF SALISBURY
EARL OF WARWICK
LORD SCALES
LORD SAY
SIR HUMPHREY STAFFORD, and WILLIAM STAFFORD, his brother
SIR JOHN STANLEY
VAUX
MATTHEW GOFFE
A Sea-captain, Master, and Master's-Mate, and WALTER WHITMORE
Two Gentlemen, prisoners with Suffolk
JOHN HUME and John SOUTHWELL, priests
BOLINGBROKE, a conjurer
THOMAS HORNER, an armorer. PETER, his man
Clerk of Chatham. Mayor of Saint Alban's
SIMPcox, an impostor
ALEXANDER IDEN, a Kentish gentleman
Jack Cade, a rebel
GEORGE Bevis, John HOLLAND, Dick the butcher, SMITH the weaver,

MICHAEL, &c., followers of Cade
Two Murderers

MARGARET, Queen to King Henry
ELEANOR, Duchess of Gloucester
MARGARET JOURDAIN, a witch
Wife to Simpcox

Lords, Ladies, and Attendants, Petitioners, Aldermen, a Herald, a

Beadle, Sheriff, and Officers, Citizens, 'Prentices, Falconers,
Guards, Soldiers, Messengers, &c.

A Spirit

SCENE: England

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