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	[Enter CHARLES, BURGUNDY, ALENCON, BASTARD OF
	ORLEANS, REIGNIER, JOAN LA PUCELLE, and forces]

CHARLES: These news, my lord, may cheer our drooping spirits:
	'Tis said the stout Parisians do revolt
	And turn again unto the warlike French.

ALENCON: Then march to Paris, royal Charles of France,
	And keep not back your powers in dalliance.

JOAN LA PUCELLE: Peace be amongst them, if they turn to us;
	Else, ruin combat with their palaces!

	[Enter Scout]

Scout: Success unto our valiant general,
	And happiness to his accomplices!

CHARLES: What tidings send our scouts? I prithee, speak.

Scout: The English army, that divided was
	Into two parties, is now conjoined in one,
	And means to give you battle presently.

CHARLES: Somewhat too sudden, sirs, the warning is;
	But we will presently provide for them.

BURGUNDY: I trust the ghost of Talbot is not there:
	Now he is gone, my lord, you need not fear.

JOAN LA PUCELLE: Of all base passions, fear is most accursed.
	Command the conquest, Charles, it shall be thine,
	Let Henry fret and all the world repine.

CHARLES: Then on, my lords; and France be fortunate!

	[Exeunt]




	1 KING HENRY VI






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