grew quite reformed & Amiable, forsakingall his diſsipated Companions, & never thrash--ing Sir William again. During his reign, Lord Cobham was burnt alive, but I forget what for. His Magesty then turned his thoughts to France, where he went & fought the famousBattle of Azincourt. He afterwards married the King'sdagughter1 Catherine, a very agreable Woman by Shakespear's account. Inspite of all this how--ever he died, and was succeeded by his sonHenry.

Henry the 6th


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