WORCESTER, DOUGLAS, and VERNON
We’ll fight with him tonight.
You give him then advantage.
Why say you so? Looks he not for supply?
5His is certain; ours is doubtful.
Good cousin, be advised. Stir not tonight.
) Do not, my lord.
You do not counsel well.
You speak it out of fear and cold heart.
Do me no slander, Douglas. By my life
10(And I dare well maintain it with my life),
If well-respected honor bid me on,
I hold as little counsel with weak fear
As you, my lord, or any Scot that this day lives.
Let it be seen tomorrow in the battle
15Which of us fears.