Speeches (Lines) for Camillo
in "Winter's Tale"

Total: 72

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1

I,1,6

I think, this coming summer, the King of Sicilia
means to pay Bohemia the visitation which he justly owes him.

2

I,1,10

Beseech you,—

3

I,1,17

You pay a great deal too dear for what's given freely.

4

I,1,20

Sicilia cannot show himself over-kind to Bohemia.
They were trained together in their childhoods; and...

5

I,1,37

I very well agree with you in the hopes of him: it
is a gallant child; one that indeed physics the...

6

I,1,43

Yes; if there were no other excuse why they should
desire to live.

7

I,2,301

Ay, my good lord.

8

I,2,305

You had much ado to make his anchor hold:
When you cast out, it still came home.

9

I,2,308

He would not stay at your petitions: made
His business more material.

10

I,2,316

At the good queen's entreaty.

11

I,2,325

Business, my lord! I think most understand
Bohemia stays here longer.

12

I,2,328

Stays here longer.

13

I,2,330

To satisfy your highness and the entreaties
Of our most gracious mistress.

14

I,2,341

Be it forbid, my lord!

15

I,2,350

My gracious lord,
I may be negligent, foolish and fearful;...

16

I,2,381

I would not be a stander-by to hear
My sovereign mistress clouded so, without...

17

I,2,400

Good my lord, be cured
Of this diseased opinion, and betimes;...

18

I,2,404

No, no, my lord.

19

I,2,413

Who does infect her?

20

I,2,426

Sir, my lord,
I could do this, and that with no rash potion,...

21

I,2,443

I must believe you, sir:
I do; and will fetch off Bohemia for't;...

22

I,2,453

My lord,
Go then; and with a countenance as clear...

23

I,2,462

I'll do't, my lord.

24

I,2,465

O miserable lady! But, for me,
What case stand I in? I must be the poisoner...

25

I,2,483

Hail, most royal sir!

26

I,2,485

None rare, my lord.

27

I,2,494

I dare not know, my lord.

28

I,2,503

There is a sickness
Which puts some of us in distemper, but...

29

I,2,518

I may not answer.

30

I,2,528

Sir, I will tell you;
Since I am charged in honour and by him...

31

I,2,535

I am appointed him to murder you.

32

I,2,537

By the king.

33

I,2,539

He thinks, nay, with all confidence he swears,
As he had seen't or been an instrument...

34

I,2,551

Swear his thought over
By each particular star in heaven and...

35

I,2,560

I know not: but I am sure 'tis safer to
Avoid what's grown than question how 'tis born....

36

I,2,592

It is in mine authority to command
The keys of all the posterns: please your highness...

37

IV,2,1671

It is fifteen years since I saw my country: though
I have for the most part been aired abroad, I...

38

IV,2,1697

Sir, it is three days since I saw the prince. What
his happier affairs may be, are to me unknown: but I...

39

IV,2,1709

I have heard, sir, of such a man, who hath a
daughter of most rare note: the report of her is...

40

IV,2,1720

I willingly obey your command.

41

IV,4,1986

I should leave grazing, were I of your flock,
And only live by gazing.

42

IV,4,2044

He tells her something
That makes her blood look out: good sooth, she is...

43

IV,4,2283

This shows a sound affection.

44

IV,4,2375

Why, how now, father!
Speak ere thou diest.

45

IV,4,2396

Gracious my lord,
You know your father's temper: at this time...

46

IV,4,2405

Even he, my lord.

47

IV,4,2415

Be advised.

48

IV,4,2420

This is desperate, sir.

49

IV,4,2440

O my lord!
I would your spirit were easier for advice,...

50

IV,4,2446

He's irremoveable,
Resolved for flight. Now were I happy, if...

51

IV,4,2456

Sir, I think
You have heard of my poor services, i' the love...

52

IV,4,2463

Well, my lord,
If you may please to think I love the king...

53

IV,4,2481

Have you thought on
A place whereto you'll go?

54

IV,4,2488

Then list to me:
This follows, if you will not change your purpose...

55

IV,4,2505

Sent by the king your father
To greet him and to give him comforts. Sir,...

56

IV,4,2516

A cause more promising
Than a wild dedication of yourselves...

57

IV,4,2530

Yea, say you so?
There shall not at your father's house these...

58

IV,4,2537

I cannot say 'tis pity
She lacks instructions, for she seems a mistress...

59

IV,4,2548

My lord,
Fear none of this: I think you know my fortunes...

60

IV,4,2582

Nay, but my letters, by this means being there
So soon as you arrive, shall clear that doubt.

61

IV,4,2585

Shall satisfy your father.

62

IV,4,2588

Who have we here?
[Seeing AUTOLYCUS]...

63

IV,4,2593

How now, good fellow! why shakest thou so? Fear
not, man; here's no harm intended to thee.

64

IV,4,2596

Why, be so still; here's nobody will steal that from
thee: yet for the outside of thy poverty we must...

65

IV,4,2606

Nay, prithee, dispatch: the gentleman is half
flayed already.

66

IV,4,2614

Unbuckle, unbuckle.
[FLORIZEL and AUTOLYCUS exchange garments]...

67

IV,4,2626

No remedy.
Have you done there?

68

IV,4,2630

Nay, you shall have no hat.
[Giving it to PERDITA]...

69

IV,4,2636

[Aside] What I do next, shall be to tell the king
Of this escape and whither they are bound;...

70

IV,4,2644

The swifter speed the better.

71

V,3,3344

My lord, your sorrow was too sore laid on,
Which sixteen winters cannot blow away,...

72

V,3,3426

She hangs about his neck:
If she pertain to life let her speak too.

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