James did not immediately make peace, holding himself possibly in readiness in the event of Warbeck's attaining any success.
The only companion Otho sought was Warbeck, and Warbeck bore with him.
But Warbeck soon found other allies of a most unexpected sort.
Warbeck and Warwick were brought to trial, condemned, and executed.
Warbeck's vizor was up, and all the settled sternness of his soul was stamped upon his brow.
Nothing could be more dissimilar than the features and the respective characters of Otho and Warbeck.
The mere suppression of insurrections like those of Simnel and Warbeck was a small part of his task.
Warbeck turned away his cheek; his heart was very full, and it was some moments before he summoned courage to reply.
Warbeck had been his fellow-soldier abroad and knew well the dangerous spirit which hid itself beneath his calm.
Warbeck, arrived at that epoch in the feelings when nothing stuns, followed with silent steps the rapid strides of his brother.