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A CHAMBER IN THE PALACE,
Enter Emma and ERNWAY,
Take this to Sheen. Seek Father Ricola out ;
Trust me, Emma,
I will be both.
Here is the private stair Which brings thee past the ward, and with this key ... How dark it is! Be careful how you step.
[Ereunt. SCENE V.
ANOTHER CHAMBER IN THE PALACE.
SIGERIC (the Archbishop's Secretary), and BridFERTH
He's sure then she hath fallen ?
He thinks he's sure.
He says he hath an insight and an art
My Lord of Canterbury
His Grace is right.
THE BANQUETING HALL.
Are seated at the board, all the Male Guests who passed through
in the Third Scene. But the King's place is vacant. Goblets are passed from hand to hand. GRIMBALD the Jester stands behind the chair of state.
Comes not the King again ?
Surely he will.
He will! Nay, nay, he must.
Content yourselves; It cannot be but he will come again. He cannot mean us such disparagement As thus, and at this high and solemn feast, To quit his guests, the noblest of the land, Without a 'God be with you,' or a word To sheathe the sharp directness and the sting Of such a plain offence.
"Twere good, my Lords, We sent our humble duty to the King, Craving his expedite return.
[Exeunt Grith and Offa.
Betwixt the new ship and the headland old
I say, my Lords, if I,
I offer to this company,
Bear this, and we shall....
Tut! he'll come again.
[Music. After which, re-enter Grith and Offa.
THE GREAT CHAMBERLAIN.
My Lords, His Gracious Majesty