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Edmund Ironside / compiled by Nicholas Ranson

 
dc.contributor Ranson, Nicholas D of English U of Akron
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dc.date.created 1590
dc.date.issued 1985-08-20
dc.identifier ota:0664
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0664
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/0664
dc.description.abstract Title from University of Oxford Text Archive records Anglistica ; vol. 14
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dc.subject.lcsh Plays -- England -- 16th century
dc.subject.other Plays
dc.title Edmund Ironside / compiled by Nicholas Ranson
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A True Chronicle history Called War Hath Made All Friends. <T Ironside> <A 1> <S 1> ((Southampton. Danish council-chamber. Enter Canutus, Archbishop of Canterbury, Earl of Southampton, Edricus Duke of Mercia, Leofric Earl of Chester, Turkillus Duke of Norfolk and Suffolk, Uskataulf and Swetho, Danes. They sit about a table.)) <C Canutus.> Archbishop and you other English peers, I hear how Egleredus, late your king, My tributary, is departed life; And how his son Prince Edmund wears the crown Without the notice of your free consent Or homage unto me, his sovereign. Yourselves, lords spiritual and temporal, Besides the due my father's conquest claims, Have chosen me; And by an universal sound decree Have solemnly throughout this little world Proclaimed me heir apparent to the crown When Egleredus lived. Then let not this young upstart prince of prates ((He riseth.)) Curb your proceedings with untutored words, But finish boldly what you have begun: Resist his private coronation, And put . . .

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