Henry VI Part 2 (1923) Yale/Text

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The Second Part of Henry the Sixth, with the Death of the Good Duke Humphrey

ACTS:(not individually listed)

[DRAMATIS PERSONÆ


King Henry the Sixth

Duke of Gloucester, Uncle to the King

Cardinal Beaufont, Great-Uncle to the King

Duke of York

Edward Sons of York
Richard

Duke of Somerset

Duke of Buckingham

Marquess of Suffolk

Earl of Salisbury

Earl of Warwick, Son of Salisbury

Lord Clifford

Young Clifford, his Son

Lord Scales, Governor of the Tower

Lord Say

Sir John Stanley

Sir Humphrey Stafford

William Stafford, his Brother

Vaux, a Gentleman of the Court

Matthew Goffe, a Captain under Lord Scales

Alexander Iden, a Gentleman of Kent

Two Gentlemen, Prisoners with Suffolk

A Lieutenant of a Warship, Master, and Master's Mate

Walter Whitmore, an Officer under the Lieutenant

Jack Cade, a Rebel Leader

John Hume Priests
John Southwell

Roger Bolingbroke, a Scholar and Conjurer

Mayor of Saint Albans

Clerk of Chatham

Simpcox, an Impostor

George Bevis, John Holland, Dick the Butcher, Smith the Weaver, Michael, and other Followers of Cade

Thomas Horner, an Armourer

Peter Thump, His Apprentice

Two Murderers

A Spirit raised by Bolingbroke


Margaret of Anjou, Queen to King Henry

Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester

Margery Jordan, a Witch

Simpcox's Wife

Lords, Ladies, and Attendants; Herald, Petitioners, Aldermen, a Beadle, Sheriff, and Officers; Citizens, Apprentices, Falconers, Soldiers, Messengers, etc.


Scene: London and its environs, Saint Albans, Bury St. Edmunds, Kenilworth Castle, and several parts of Kent.]