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Brewer's: Richard II.'s Horse

Roan Barbary. (See Horse.) Oh, how it yearned my heart when I beheld In London streets, that coronation day, When Bolingbroke rode on roan Barbary, That horse that hou so often hast bestrid…

Richard I

King of England from 1189 to 1199, Richard was called "Lionheart" (in French, Coeur de Lion) for his fighting skill and bravery. The son of battling spouses Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II, Richard…

Richard Howard ICHORD, II

ICHORD, Richard Howard, II, a Representative from Missouri; born in Licking, Texas County, Mo., June 27, 1926; B.S., University of Missouri, 1949; J.D., University of Missouri, 1952; United Sta…

William Shakespeare: Richard II, Act II

Act IIScene IEly HouseEnter John of Gaunt sick, with the Duke OF York, &cJohn of GauntWill the king come, that I may breathe my last In wholesome counsel to his unstaid youth?Duke of YorkV…

William Shakespeare: Richard II, Act V, Scene II

Scene IIThe Duke of York's palaceEnter Duke of York and Duchess OF YorkDuchess of YorkMy lord, you told me you would tell the rest, When weeping made you break the story off, of our two cousin…

William Shakespeare: Richard II, Act I, Scene II

Scene IIThe Duke of Lancaster's palaceEnter John of Gaunt with DuchessJohn of GauntAlas, the part I had in Woodstock's blood Doth more solicit me than your exclaims, To stir against the butche…

William Shakespeare: Richard II, Act V

Act VScene ILondon. A street leading to the TowerEnter Queen and LadiesQueenThis way the king will come; this is the way To Julius Caesar's ill-erected tower, To whose flint bosom my condemned…

William Shakespeare: Richard II, Act I

Act IScene ILondon. King Richard II's palaceEnter King Richard II, John of Gaunt, with other Nobles and AttendantsKing Richard IIOld John of Gaunt, time-honour'd Lancaster, Hast thou, accordin…

William Shakespeare: Richard II, Act II, Scene II

Scene IIThe palaceEnter Queen, Bushy, and BagotBushyMadam, your majesty is too much sad: You promised, when you parted with the king, To lay aside life-harming heaviness And entertain a cheerf…

Richard Rodgers

Name at birth: Richard Charles RodgersRichard Rogers was one of the most successful and celebrated composers of the 20th century. His partnerships with lyricists Lorenz Hart (1895-1943) and Oscar Ham…