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L I F E
H E N R T VIII.
By Mr.WILLIAM SHAKESPEAR.
L O N D ON:
M DCC XXXII.
PRO L OG U E.
Come no more to make you laugh ; things new
That bear a weighty and a serious brow,
To make that only true we now intend)
Therefore, for goodness fake, as you are known
And if you can be merry then, I'll say
KING Henry the Eight.
Griffith, Gentleman-Ujher to Queen Katharine..
Queen Katharine, first wife to King Henry, afterwards
Divorc'd. Anne Bullen, belov'd by the King, and afterwards mar
ried to him. An old Lady, Friend to Anne Bullen. Patience, Woman of the Bed-Chamber to Queen Katha
rine. Several Lords and Ladies in the dumb Shews. Women attending upon the Queen. Spirits which appear to her. Scribes, Officers, Guards, and other
The SCEN E lies mostly in LONDON.
Inter the Duke of Norfolk at one door: at the other the
Duke of Buskingham, and the Lord Abergavenny.
have you done
Nor. I thank your Grace :
Of what I saw there.
Nor. 'Twixt Guynes and Arde: