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Glost. My soul and body on the action, both!
[They fight--RICHARD falls. Glost. Perdition catch thy arm !-the chance is
But, oh! the vast renown thou hast acquir'd,
Enter OXFORD, LORD STANLEY, and SOLDIERS, with KING RICHARD's Crown.
Rich. Oh, welcome, friends! my noble father,
Heav'n and our arms be prais'd, the day is ours!
And see, the just reward that Heav'n has sent thee:
Rich. Next to just Heav'n, my noble countrymen, I owe my thanks to you, whose love I'm proud of; And ruling well shall speak my gratitude.
But now, my lords, what friends of us are missing? Pray, tell me, is young George Stanley living? Stanley. He is, my liege, and safe in Leicester
Whither, if you please, we may withdraw us.
Offi. My lord, the queen, and fair Elizabeth, Her beauteous daughter, some few miles off, Are on their way, to 'gratulate your victory.
Rich. Ay, there indeed my toil's rewarded!
We'll twine the roses red and white together,