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THE

PLAY S

OF

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.

VOLUME the FIFTH,

CONTAINING,

KING JOHN.
KING RICHARD II.
KING HENRY IV. Part I.
KING HENRY IV. Part II,

'L O N D ON:

Printed for C. BATHURST, J. BBBCROFT, W, STRAHAN, J. and F. RIVINGTON, J. Hinton, L. Davis, Hawes, CLARKE and COLLINS, R. HORSFIELD, W. JOHNSTON, W. Owen, T. CASLON, E. JOHNSON, S. CROWDER, B. WHITE, T. LONGMAN, B. Law, E. and C. Dilly, C. CORBETT, W. GRIFFIN, T. CADELL, W, WOODPALL, G. Keith, T. Lowndes, T. Davies, J. ROBSON, T. Becker, F. NEWBERY, G. ROBINSON, T. PAYNE, J. WILLIAMS, M. HINGESTON, and J. RIDLEY,

MDCCLXXIII,

PUBLIC LIBRARY

171704

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King JOHN.
Prince Henry, son to the king.
Arthur, duke of Bretagne, and nephew to the king.
Pembroke,
Effex,
Salisbury,

English lords.
Hubert,
Bigot,
Faulconbridge, bastard son to Richard the First.
Robert Faulconbridge, suppos'd brother to the bastard.
James Gurney, fervant to the lady Faulconbridge.
Peter of Pomfret, a prophet.

Philip, king of France.
Lewis, the dauphin.
Arch-duke of Austria.
Card. Pandulpho, the pope's legate.
Melun, a French lord.
Chatillion, ambassador from France to king John.

Elinor, queen-mother of England.
Constance, mother to Arthur.
Blanch, daughter to Alphonso king of Caftile, and niece

to king John. Lady Faulconbridge, mother to the baftard, and Robert

Forlconbridge. Citizens of Angiers, heralds, executioners, messengers,

Soldiers, and other attendants.

The SCENE, sometimes in England; and sometimes

in France.

THE

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