Speeches (Lines) for Cerimon
in "Pericles"

Total: 23

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,2,1283

Philemon, ho!

2

III,2,1286

Get fire and meat for these poor men:
'T has been a turbulent and stormy night.

3

III,2,1290

Your master will be dead ere you return;
There's nothing can be minister'd to nature...

4

III,2,1300

Gentlemen,
Why do you stir so early?

5

III,2,1310

O, you say well.

6

III,2,1317

I hold it ever,
Virtue and cunning were endowments greater...

7

III,2,1342

What is that?

8

III,2,1346

Set 't down, let's look upon't.

9

III,2,1348

Whate'er it be,
'Tis wondrous heavy. Wrench it open straight:...

10

III,2,1353

How close 'tis caulk'd and bitumed!
Did the sea cast it up?

11

III,2,1357

Wrench it open;
Soft! it smells most sweetly in my sense.

12

III,2,1360

As ever hit my nostril. So, up with it.
O you most potent gods! what's here? a corse!

13

III,2,1363

Shrouded in cloth of state; balm'd and entreasured
With full bags of spices! A passport too!...

14

III,2,1378

Nay, certainly to-night;
For look how fresh she looks! They were too rough...

15

III,2,1402

She is alive; behold,
Her eyelids, cases to those heavenly jewels...

16

III,2,1415

Hush, my gentle neighbours!
Lend me your hands; to the next chamber bear her....

17

III,4,1473

Madam, this letter, and some certain jewels,
Lay with you in your coffer: which are now...

18

III,4,1484

Madam, if this you purpose as ye speak,
Diana's temple is not distant far,...

19

V,3,2538

Noble sir,
If you have told Diana's altar true,...

20

V,3,2543

Upon this coast, I warrant you.

21

V,3,2545

Look to the lady; O, she's but o'erjoy'd.
Early in blustering morn this lady was...

22

V,3,2551

Great sir, they shall be brought you to my house,
Whither I invite you. Look, Thaisa is recovered.

23

V,3,2599

I will, my lord.
Beseech you, first go with me to my house,...

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