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    Enter five or sixe Protestants with bookes, and kneele together.

    Enter also the Guise [and others].

    GUISE
    Downe with the Hugonites, murder them.

    PROTESTANT
    O Mounser de Guise, heare me but speake.

    GUISE
    No villain, no that toung of thine,
    That hath blasphemde the holy Church of Rome,
    Shall drive no plaintes into the Guises eares,
    To make the justice of my heart relent:
    Tue, tue, tue, let none escape:

    Kill them.

    So, dragge them away.

    Exeunt.
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