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If you do cenfure me, by what you were,
Not what you are, I know, it will excufe
This fudden execution of my will.

And fo conduct me, where from company
I may revolve and ruminate my grief.

[Exit. Glou. Ay; grief, I fear me, both at first and last. [Exit Gloucefter. Suf. Thus Suffolk hath prevail'd, and thus he goes, As did the youthful Paris once to Greece, We hope to find the like event in love; But profper better than the Trojan did:

Margret fhall now be Queen, and rule the King:
But I will rule both her, the King, and realm. [Exit.

The End of the Fourth Volume.

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