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The Life and Death of
 

Scene Location Historical Date
I. i. Windsor Castle 28 April, 1398
I. ii. London A few days before I. iii.
I. iii. Coventry 11 or 17 September, 1398
I. iv. Windsor Castle 12 or 13 October, 1398 (departure of Bolingbroke)

3 February, 1399 (death of John of Gaunt. Ll. 53–63 show that II. i. ensues immediately upon I. iv.)

II. i. London 3 February, 1399

18 March, 1399
29 May, 1399

(The cancellation of Bolingbroke's letters-patent was published 18 March, and Richard did not sail for Ireland until 29 May; moreover, Bolingbroke was not invited to return until after Richard's departure)
II. ii. London After 4 July and before 22 July, 1399
but a. Worcester's defection, ll. 59–60, took place after Richard's return;

b. the Duchess of Gloucester died 3 October, 1399)

II. iii. Wilds of
Gloucestershire
27 July, 1399
II. iv. North Wales Before 1 August, 1399
III. i. Bristol 29 July, 1399
III. ii. Coast of Wales 22 or 26 July, 1399 (but the king's meeting with Salisbury occurred 1 August, 1399)
III. iii. Flint Castle, in
North Wales
19 August, 1399 (but the embassage of Northumberland had come to Richard at Conway several days before)
III. iv. Langley in
Hertfordshire
After 1 September, the day on which Richard was taken into London