King John :
Prince Henry, his son ; afterwards King Henry III.
Arthur, Duke of Bretague, son of Gestrey, late
Duke of Bretagne, the elder brother of King John.
William Mareshall, Earl of Pembroke.
Geffrey Fitz – Peter, Earl of Essex, Chief Justi-
, ciary of England.
William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury.
Robert Bigot, Earl of Norfolk.
Hubert de Burgh, Chamberlain to the King.
Robert Faulconbridge, son of Sir Robert Faul—
Philip Faulconbridge, his half-brother; bastard
son to K. Richard the First.
James Gurney, servant to Lady Faulconbridge.
1’eter of Pomfret, a Prophet.
l'hilip, King of France.
Lewis, the Dauphin.
Arch – duke of Austria.
Cardinal Pandulpho, the Pope’s Legate.
Melun, a French Lord.
Chatillon, Ambassador from France to King John.
Elinor, the widow of King Henry II. and
mother of King John.
Constance, mother to Arthur.
Blanch, daughter to Alphonso King of Castile,
and niece to King John. .
Lady Faulconbridge, mother to the bastard,
and Robert Faulconbridge,
Lords, Ladies, Citizens of Angiers, Sheriff,
Heralds, Officers, Soldiers, Messengers, and
S C E N E, sometimes in England, and some-
times in France.