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CARDINAL CAMPEIUS. Appears, Act II. sc. 2; sc. 4. Act III. sc. 1. CAPUCIUS, ambassador from the Emperor Charles V.

Appears, Act IV. sc. 2.

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Lord Chamberlain.
Appears, Act I. sc. 3; sc. 4. Act II. sc. 2 ; sc. 3. Act III. sc. 2.

Act V. sc. 2 ; sc. 3.
Lord Chancellor.

Appears, Act V. sc. 2.
GARDINER, bishop of Winchester.
Appears, Act II. sc. 2. Açt V. sc. l; sc. 2.

BISHOP OP LINCOLN.

Appeurs, Act II. sc. 4.
LORD ABERGAVENNY.
Appears, Act I. sc. 1.

LORD SANDS
Appears, Act I. sc. 3; sc. 4. Act II. sc. 1.
SIR HENRY GUILDFORD.

Appears, Act I. sc. 4.

Sir TĦomas LOVELL,
Appears, Act I. sc. 2; sc. 3: sc. 4. Act II. sc. 1. Act III. sc. 2.

Act V. sc. I.
SIR ANTHONY DENNY.

Appears, Act V. se. 1.
SIR NICHOLAS Vaux.

Appears, Act II. sc. 1.
Secretaries to Wolsey,

Appeur, Act I. sc. 1.
CROMWELL, servant to Wolsey.
Appears, Act III. sc. 2. Act V. sc. 2.

GRIFFITH, Gentleman-Usher to Queen Katharine.

Appears, Act II. sc. 4. Act IV. sc. 2.

Three Gentlemen.
Appear, Act II. sc.'l. Act IV. sc. 1.
Doctor BUTTs, physician to the King.

Appears, Act V. sc. 2.
Garter King at Arms.

Appears, Act V. sc. 4.
Surveyor to the Duke of Buckingham.

Appears, Act I. sc. 2.

BRANDON.
Appears, Act I. sc. 1.
A Sergeant at Arms.

Appears, Act I. sc. 1.
Door-Keeper of the Council Chamber.

Appears, Act V. sc. 2.
Porter, and his Man.
Appear, Act V. sc. 3.
Page to Gardiner.
Appears, Act V. sc. 1.

A Crier.

Appears, Act II. sc. 4. Queen KATHARINE, wife to King Henry, afterwards ANNE BULLEN, maid of honour to Queen Katharine,

divorced. Appears, Act I. sc. 2. Act II. sc. 4. Act III. sc. 1. Act IV. sc. 2.

and afterwards Queen.
Appears, Act I. sc. 4. Act II. sc. 3.
An old Lady, friend to Anne Bullen.

Appears, Act II. sc. 3. Act V. sc. 1.
PATIENCE, woman to Queen Katharine.

Appears, Act IV. sc. 2.

Several Lords and Ladies in the dumb shows; Women

attending upon the Queen; Spirits which appear to her ; Scribes, Officers, Guards, and other Attendants.

SCENE,-CHIEFLY IN LONDON AND WESTMINSTER;

ONCE, AT KIMBOLTON.

KING HENRY VIII.

PROLOGUE.

I come no more to make you laugh ; things now, That bear a weighty and a serious brow, Sad, high, and working, full of state and woe, Such noble scenes as draw the eye to flow, We now present. Those that can pity, here May, if they think it well, let fall a tear; The subject will deserve it. Such as give Their money out of hope they may believe, May here find truth too. Those that come to see Only a show or two, and so agree The play may pass, if they be still and willing, I 'll undertake may see away their shilling Richly in two short hours. Only they That come to hear a merry, bawdy play, A noise of targets; or to see a fellow In a long motley coat, guarded with yellow, Will be deceiv'd : for, gentle hearers, know, To rank our chosen truth with such a show As fool and fight is, beside forfeiting Our own brains, and the opinion that we bring, (To make that only true we now intend,) Will leave us never an understanding friend. Therefore, for goodness' sake, and, as you are known The first and happiest hearers of the town, Be sad, as we would make you : Think, ye see The very persons of our noble story,

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