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Second Part of King Henry IV

Second Part of King Henry IV

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Second Part of King Henry IV By  William Shakespeare
 
Second Part of King Henry IV
Second Part of King Henry IV.........................................................................................3 Act 1................................................................................................................................3SCENE I. The same..................................................................................................3SCENE II. London. A street..................................................................................10SCENE III. York. The Archbishop's palace........................................................16 Act 2..............................................................................................................................20SCENE I. London. A street....................................................................................20SCENE II. London. Another street.......................................................................26SCENE III. Warkworth. Before the castle...........................................................32SCENE IV. London. The Boar's-head Tavern in Eastcheap..............................34 Act 3..............................................................................................................................48SCENE I. Westminster. The palace......................................................................48SCENE II. Gloucestershire. Before Justice Shallow's house..............................51 Act 4..............................................................................................................................63SCENE I. Yorkshire. Gaultree Forest..................................................................63SCENE II. Another part of the forest...................................................................70SCENE III. Another part of the forest..................................................................75SCENE IV. Westminster. The Jerusalem Chamber............................................79SCENE V. Another chamber.................................................................................83 Act 5..............................................................................................................................92SCENE I. Gloucestershire. SHALLOW'S house.................................................92SCENE II. Westminster. The palace.....................................................................94SCENE III. Gloucestershire. SHALLOW'S orchard..........................................99SCENE IV. London. A street...............................................................................105SCENE V. A public place near Westminster Abbey.........................................107EPILOGUE ...........................................................................................................111
 
Second Part of King Henry IV
 Act 1
SCENE I. The same 
Enter LORD BARDOLPH
 
LORD BARDOLPH
 Who keeps the gate here, ho?
 The Porter opens the gate
 Where is the earl?
Porter
 What shall I say you are?
LORD BARDOLPH
  Tell thou the earl That the Lord Bardolph doth attend him here.
Porter
 His lordship is walk'd forth into the orchard;Please it your honour, knock but at the gate,And he himself wilt answer.
Enter NORTHUMBERLAND
 
LORD BARDOLPH
 Here comes the earl.
Exit Porter
 
NORTHUMBERLAND
 What news, Lord Bardolph? every minute nowShould be the father of some stratagem: The times are wild: contention, like a horseFull of high feeding, madly hath broke looseAnd bears down all before him.

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