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William Shakespeare (1564–1616).  The Oxford Shakespeare.  1914.
 
The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth
 
Dramatis Personæ
RUMOUR, the Presenter.
KING HENRY THE FOURTH.
HENRY, Prince of Wales; afterwards King Henry the Fifth, & THOMAS, Duke of Clarence, & JOHN OF LANCASTER, & HUMPHREY OF GLOUCESTER: His Sons.
EARL OF WARWICK, EARL OF WESTMORELAND, EARL OF SURREY, & GOWER, HARCOURT, & BLUNT: Of the King’s party.
LORD CHIEF JUSTICE of the King’s Bench.
A Servant of the Chief Justice.
EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND; RICHARD SCROOP, Archbishop of York; LORD MOWBRAY, LORD HASTINGS, LORD BARDOLPH, & SIR JOHN COLEVILE: Opposites to the King.
TRAVERS and MORTON, Retainers of Northumberland.
SIR JOHN FALSTAFF.
His Page.
BARDOLPH.
PISTOL.
POINS.
PETO.
SHALLOW and SILENCE, Country Justices.
DAVY, Servant to Shallow.
MOULDY, SHADOW, WART, FEEBLE, and BULLCALF, Recruits.
FANG and SNARE, Sheriff’s Officers.
A Porter.
A Dancer, Speaker of the Epilogue.

LADY NORTHUMBERLAND.
LADY PERCY.
MISTRESS QUICKLY, Hostess of a tavern in Eastcheap.
DOLL TEARSHEET.
Lords and Attendants; Officers, Soldiers, Messenger, Drawers, Beadles, Grooms, &c.

SCENE.England.
 
 
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