Scene 28

The Gallian King comes in with his army, realizing that they have landed with ease, everyone “dead asleep.”  They will wake them up and rout them, half-naked.

Scene 27 . . . Directory . . . Scene 29

Scene 28

Enter the King of Gallia with a still march, Mumford & soldiers.

KING: Now march our ensigns on the British earth,
And we are near approaching to the town:
Then look about you, valiant Countrymen,
And we shall finish this exploit with ease.
Th’inhabitants of this mistrustful place,
Are dead asleep, as men that are secure:
Here shall we skirmish but with naked men,
Devoid of sense, new-waked from a dream,
That know not what our coming doth pretend,
Till they do feel our meaning on their skins: … [28.10]
Therefore assail: God and our right for us.    Exeunt.