The Life and Death of Richard the Third

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Changes from Moby
The two lines at 1.3.68: "makes him to send …" are an expanded version of one line in First Folio (FF). At the start of 1.4 FF has Clarence talking to Keeper, has 1.4.66 as "Ah Keeper, Keeper, I have done these things" and at 1.4.75 Keeper says "give your grace good rest" and exits, Brackenbury enters, says "sorrow breaks seasons … and continues with the other speeches attributed to him in this version. At 1.4.249 between "relent and save your souls" and "beggar pities not" FF has the lines in a different order but the reading given here is provided by other editors.
At 3.2.113 Priest: "I'll wait upon your lordship" is not in all editions. At 3.3.16 "when she exclaim'd on Hastings, you and" is missing. Circa 3.4.33 Hastings: "I thank your grace" and Bishop of Ely: "My lord?" are not in FF. At 3.5.50 there is some disagreement among editors as to whether "I never look'd … Mistress Shore" is spoken by the Lord Mayor or by Buckingham but definitely the next few lines are Buckingham's not Richard's. FF omits 3.7.43 Buckingham "No, by my troth, my lord".
FF omits 4.2.55 Catesby: "My lord?" Line 4.4.147 "Where is kind … Grey" should be re-arranged and split between Queen and Duchess.
In 5.3 for four of the Ghosts, the word "Ghost" appears as though it were part of the preceding speech..
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