Henry V

by: William Shakespeare

  Act 3 Scene 6

page Act 3 Scene 6 Page 7

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MONTJOY

I shall deliver so. Thanks to your Highness.

MONTJOY

I’ll deliver the message. I thank your Highness.
Exit
He exits.

GLOUCESTER

155I hope they will not come upon us now.

GLOUCESTER

I hope they don’t attack us now.

KING HENRY

We are in God’s hand, brother, not in theirs.
March to the bridge. It now draws toward night.
Beyond the river we’ll encamp ourselves,
And on tomorrow bid them march away.

KING HENRY

We’re in God’s hands, brother, not in theirs. March to the bridge. Night is approaching. We’ll set up camp across the river and continue on tomorrow. Give the order to march.
Exeunt
They all exit.