Henry IV.2, [4.1.197-206]. Archbishop. “No, no, my lord. Note this: the King is weary/ Of dainty and such picking grievances./ For he hath found to end one doubt by death/ revives two greater in the hears of life,/ And therefore will he wipe his tables clean/ And keep no tell-tale to his memory/ That may repeat and history his loss/ To new remembrance. For full well he knows/ He cannot so precisely weed this land/ As his misdoubts present occasion.”

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