Hast. 1<My lord>, our army 2<is dispersed> already:
Like 3<youthful steers unyoked>, they take their
East, west, north, south4<; or, like a school
Each hurries toward his home and sporting-place>.
West. Good tidings, my Lord Hastings; for
I do arrest thee, traitor, of high treason;
And you, 5<lord archbishop>, and you, lord Mow-
Of capital treason I attach you both.
Mowb. 6<Is this proceeding just and honourable>?
West. 7<Is your assembly so?>
Arch. Will you thus break your faith?
Lan. I pawn’d thee none:
I promised you redress of these same grievances
Whereof you did complain; which, by mine
I will perform with a most Christian care.
But for you, rebels, look to taste the due
Meet for rebellion and such acts as yours.
Most shallowly did you these arms commerce,
Fondly brought here and foolishly sent hence.
Strike up our drums, pursue the scatter’s stray:
God, and not we, hath safely fought to-day.
8 9<Some guard these traitors to the block of death,
Treason’s true bed and yielder up of breath.>