The House of Lancaster: King Henry VI; Queen Margaret; William de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk; Humphrey of Lancaster, Duke of Gloucester; Dame Eleanor Cobham, Duchess of Gloucester; Henry Beaufort, Cardinal of Winchester; Edmund Beaufort, Duke of Somerset; Humphrey Stafford, Duke of Buckingham; Thomas, old Lord Clifford; John, Young Clifford, his son

The House of York: Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York; Edward Plantagenet, Earl of March, future Edward IV; Richard Plantagenet, future Richard III; Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury; Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick

The petitions and the combat: Two or three Petitioners; Thomas Horner, an armorer; Peter Thump, his man; Three Neighbors, who drink to Horner; Three Prentices, who drink to Peter

The conjuration: Sir John Hume, a priest; John Southwell, a priest; Marjorie Jordan, a witch; Roger Bolingbroke, a conjurer; Asnath, a spirit

The false miracle: Simon Simpcox; Simpcox's wife; Mayor of Saint Albans; Alderman of Saint Albans; Beadle of Saint Albans; Townsmen of Saint Albans

Eleanor's penance: Gloucester's Servants; Two Sheriffs of London; Sir John Stanley; Herald

The murder of Gloucester: Two Murderers; Commons

The murder of Suffolk: Captain of a ship; Master of that ship; The Master Mate; Walter Whitmore; Two Gentlemen

The Cade rebellion: Jack Cade; Dick the Butcher; Smith the Weaver; Sawyer (nonspeaking); John; Rebels; Emmanuel, Clerk of Chatham; Sir Humphrey Stafford; Stafford's Brother; James Fiennes, Lord Saye; Thomas Lord Scales; Matthew Gough (nonspeaking); Sergeant; Three or four Citizens of London; Alexander Iden, an esquire of Kent

Others: Vaux, a messanger; Post; Messengers; Soldier; Attendants, Guards, Servants, Soliers, Falconers

Scene: England
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