The Rose

King Henry VIII, [1.2.151-155]. Surveyor. “Not long before your Highness sped to France,/ The Duke being at the Rose, within the parish/ Saint Lawrence Poultney, did of me demand/ What was the speech among the Londoners/ Concerning the French journey. I replied,/ Men fear’d the French would prove perfidious,/ To the King’s danger.”

Riverside: the Rose is a manor house. It was also the name of an Elizabethan theater near the Globe (wiki).

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