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William Shakespeare (1564–1616).  The Oxford Shakespeare.  1914.
 
The Life and Death of King John
 
Act III. Scene II.
 
The Same.  Plains near Angiers.
 
Alarums; excursions.  Enter the BASTARD, with the DUKE OF AUSTRIA’S head.
  Bast.  Now, by my life, this day grows wondrous hot;
Some airy devil hovers in the sky
And pours down mischief. Austria’s head lie there,        5
While Philip breathes.
 
Enter KING JOHN, ARTHUR, and HUBERT.
  K. John.  Hubert, keep this boy. Philip, make up,
My mother is assailed in our tent,
And ta’en, I fear.        10
  Bast.        My lord, I rescu’d her;
Her highness is in safety, fear you not:
But on, my liege; for very little pains
Will bring this labour to a happy end.  [Exeunt.
 
 
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