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WOOD 5 WOODSTOCK, KEY-PUNCHED IN 1968 FROM THE 1946 EDITION OF THE MANUSCRIPT BY A. P. ROSSITER. MODERN AMERICAN SPELLING. PROOFED BY FREDA DUSNIC, 1977. COLLATED WITH TEXT BY WILHELMINA FRIJLINCK (1929 ED.) TO MINIMIZE ROSSITER'S EMENDATIONS; PROOFED, JAN. 1978 BY LOUIS ULE. ) THOMAS OF WOODSTOCK. SCENE 1. ENTER HASTILY AT SEVERAL DOORS: DUKE OF LANCASTER, DUKE OF YORK, THE EARLS OF ARUNDEL AND SURREY, WITH NAPKINS ON THEIR ARMS AND KNIVES IN THEIR HANDS, AND SIR THOMAS CHEYNEY, WITH OTHERS BEARING TORCHES, AND SOME WITH CLOAKS AND RAPIERS. OMNES. LIGHTS, LIGHTS, BRING TORCHES, KNAVES! LANC. SHUT TO THE GATES, LET NO MAN OUT UNTIL THE HOUSE BE SEARCHED. YORK. CALL FOR OUR COACHES, LET'S AWAY GOOD BROTHER NOW BY TH' BLEST SAINTS, I FEAR WE ARE POISONED ALL. ARUND. POISONED MY LORD? LANC. AY, AY, GOOD ARUNDEL, TIS HIGH TIME BEGONE. MAY HEAVEN BE BLEST FOR THIS . . .