: William Shakespeare
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Chief master-gunner am I of this town ; Something I must do, to procure me grace.
The prince's 'spials hath informed me, How 1 the English, in the suburbs close
intrench'd, Went, through a secret
grate of ifon bars, In yonder tower, to over-peer
the city ; And thence discover, how, with most advantage, They may vex us, with
shot, or with assault. To intercept this inconvenience, A piece of ordinance 'gainst
it I have plac'd ; And fully even these three days have I watch'd, If I could fee them.