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William Shakespeare
   wrote   
King John
King John
   is a   
Historical Play
Philip the Bastard
   is a character in   
King John
Illegitimate Son of Sir Robert Faulconbridge
Hubert De Burgh
   is a character in   
King John
King Phillip
   is a character in   
King John
King of France
Salisbury
   is a character in   
King John
Earl of Salisbury
Constance
   is a character in   
King John
Mother to Arthur
Lewis
   is a character in   
King John
The Dauphin
Cardinal Pandulph
   is a character in   
King John
The Pope's Legate
Arthur
   is a character in   
King John
Duke of Bretagne, Nephew to the King
Queen Elinor
   is a character in   
King John
Mother to King John
Pembroke
   is a character in   
King John
Earl of Pembroke
Lymoges
   is a character in   
King John
Duke of Austria
Blanch
   is a character in   
King John
Of Spain, Niece to King John
Lord Bigot
   is a character in   
King John
Chatillon
   is a character in   
King John
Ambassador from France to King John
Lady Faulconbridge
   is a character in   
King John
Wife to Sir Robert Faulconbridge
Faulconbridge
   is a character in   
King John
Son of Sir Robert Faulconbridge
Melun
   is a character in   
King John
A French Lord
James Gurney
   is a character in   
King John
Servant to Lady Faulconbridge
Essex
   is a character in   
King John
Earl of Essex
Peter of Pomfret
   is a character in   
King John
A Prophet
King John
   begins   
"Now, Say, Chatillon, What Would France With Us?"
King John
   ends   
"If England to Itself Do Rest but True."
O, let us pay the time but needful woe, Since it hath been beforehand with our griefs. This England never did, nor never shall, Lie at the proud foot of a conqueror, But when it first did help to wound itself. Now these her princes are come home again, Come the three corners of the world in arms, And we shall shock them. Nought shall make us rue, If England to itself do rest but true.
John Quincy Adams
   had the nickname   
King John II
1210
      
King John Lead an Expedition to Ireland
Fearing the English lords in Ireland are getting out of hand King John lead an expedition to Ireland to force them to submit.
King John's Hunting Club
   is located in the ceremonial county of   
Somerset
Wool merchant's house of around 1500
King John, Richard II, Henry V
   are all   
Histories by Shakespeare






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