The ambassador, after accusing Gonorill of impropriety, rudeness, turning his words inside out (he knew), and tyranny, heads off to Cambria to find Leir.
Enter Enter the Gallian Ambassador solus.
AMB: There is of late news come unto the Court,
That old Lord Leir remains in Cambria:
I’ll hie me thither presently, to impart
My letters and my message unto him.
I never was less welcome to a place
In all my life time, than I have been hither,
Especially unto the stately Queen,
Who would not cast one gracious look on me,
But still with low’ring and suspicious eyes,
Would take exceptions at each word I spake, … [20.10]
And fain she would have undermined me,
To know what my Ambassage did import:
But she is like to hop without her hope,
And in this matter for to want her will,
Though (by report) she’ll hav’t in all things else.
Well, I will post away for Cambria:
Within these few days I hope to be there. Exit.