Here's a Villaine.
Ha's a Booke in his pocket with red Letters in't
Nay then he is a Coniurer.
Nay, he can make Obligations, and write Court
I am sorry for't: The man is a proper man of
mine Honour: vnlesse I finde him guilty, he shall not die.
Come hither sirrah, I must examine thee: What is thy
They vse to writ it on the top of Letters: 'Twill
go hard with you.
Let me alone: Dost thou vse to write thy name?
Or hast thou a make to thy selfe, like a honest plain dea
Sir I thanke God, I haue bin so well brought
vp, that I can write my name.
He hath confest: away with him: he's a Villaine
and a Traitor.
Away with him I say: Hang him with his Pen
and Inke‑horne about his necke.
Where's our Generall?
Heere I am thou particular fellow.
Fly, fly, fly, Sir
Humfrey Stafford and his brother
are hard by, with the Kings Forces.
Stand villaine, stand, or Ile fell thee downe: he
shall be encountred with a man as good as himselfe. He
is but a Knight, is a?
To equall him I will make my selfe a knight pre
sently; Rise vp Sir
Iohn Mortimer. Now haue at him.
with Drum and Soldiers.
Adam was a Gardiner.
And what of that?
Edmund Mortimer Earle of March,
married the Duke of
Clarence daughter, did he not?
By her he had two children at one birth.
Nay, 'tis too true, therefore he shall be King.
Sir, he made a Chimney in my Fathers house,&
the brickes are aliue at this day to testifie it: therefore
deny it not.