Front Page Titles (by Subject) SCENE XX. - The Works of Christopher Marlowe, vol. 2
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Enter2 theKing Of Navarre, reading a letter, andBartus.
It cannot be determined where this scene takes place.
Dyce reads “'A takes” (i.e. “He takes”), but the omission of a personal pronoun, where the sense is plain, occurs not unfrequently.