Speeches (Lines) for Blunt
in "Richard III"

Total: 3

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1

V,2,3448

Sir Walter Herbert. I doubt not but his friends will fly to us.

Blunt. He hath no friends but who are friends for fear.
Which in his greatest need will shrink from him.


2

V,3,3495

Richmond (Henry VII). The weary sun hath made a golden set,
And by the bright track of his fiery car,
Gives signal, of a goodly day to-morrow.
Sir William Brandon, you shall bear my standard.
Give me some ink and paper in my tent
I'll draw the form and model of our battle,
Limit each leader to his several charge,
And part in just proportion our small strength.
My Lord of Oxford, you, Sir William Brandon,
And you, Sir Walter Herbert, stay with me.
The Earl of Pembroke keeps his regiment:
Good Captain Blunt, bear my good night to him
And by the second hour in the morning
Desire the earl to see me in my tent:
Yet one thing more, good Blunt, before thou go'st,
Where is Lord Stanley quarter'd, dost thou know?

Blunt. Unless I have mista'en his colours much,
Which well I am assured I have not done,
His regiment lies half a mile at least
South from the mighty power of the king.


3

V,3,3502

Richmond (Henry VII). If without peril it be possible,
Good Captain Blunt, bear my good-night to him,
And give him from me this most needful scroll.

Blunt. Upon my life, my lord, I'll under-take it;
And so, God give you quiet rest to-night!


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