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- If my tongue cannot entreat you to acquit me, will you command me to use my legs? and yet that were but light payment, to dance out of your debt.5.5 -- Act 5 Scene 5 -- A public place near Westminster Abbey (88% in)
- Then take, my Lord of Westmoreland, this schedule, For this contains our general grievances: Each several article herein redress'd, All members of our cause, both here and hence, That are insinew'd to this action, Acquitted by a true substantial form And present execution of our wills To us and to our purposes confined, We come within our awful banks again And knit our powers to the arm of peace.4.1 -- Act 4 Scene 1 -- Yorkshire. Gaultree Forest (75% in)
There are no more uses of "acquit" in Henry IV, Part 2.
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