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In 1 Henry IV, is one of Oldcastle's (Falstaff's) companions. Harvey was Shakespeare's first name for Bardolph, changed at the same time as Oldcastle's name was changed to Falstaff and Rossill (Russell) to Peto.


Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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