Speeches (Lines) for Brandon
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 6

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1

I,1,272

Duke of Buckingham. No, not a syllable:
I do pronounce him in that very shape
He shall appear in proof.
[Enter BRANDON, a Sergeant-at-arms before him, and]
two or three of the Guard]

Brandon. Your office, sergeant; execute it.


2

I,1,281

Duke of Buckingham. Lo, you, my lord,
The net has fall'n upon me! I shall perish
Under device and practise.

Brandon. I am sorry
To see you ta'en from liberty, to look on
The business present: 'tis his highness' pleasure
You shall to the Tower.


3

I,1,290

Duke of Buckingham. It will help me nothing
To plead mine innocence; for that dye is on me
Which makes my whitest part black. The will of heaven
Be done in this and all things! I obey.
O my Lord Abergavenny, fare you well!

Brandon. Nay, he must bear you company. The king
[To ABERGAVENNY]
Is pleased you shall to the Tower, till you know
How he determines further.


4

I,1,297

Lord Abergavenny. As the duke said,
The will of heaven be done, and the king's pleasure
By me obey'd!

Brandon. Here is a warrant from
The king to attach Lord Montacute; and the bodies
Of the duke's confessor, John de la Car,
One Gilbert Peck, his chancellor—


5

I,1,303

Duke of Buckingham. So, so;
These are the limbs o' the plot: no more, I hope.

Brandon. A monk o' the Chartreux.


6

I,1,305

Duke of Buckingham. O, Nicholas Hopkins?

Brandon. He.


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