Henry the Sixth, part 1, [4.1.148-154]. King. “O, think upon the conquest of my father,/ My tender years, and let us not forego/ That for a trifle that was bought with blood!/ Let me be umpire in this doubtful strife,/ I see no reason, if I wear this rose,/ [Putting on red rose]/ That anyone should therefore be suspicious/ I more incline to Somerset than York.”

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