Speeches (Lines) for Chamberlain
in "Henry IV, Part I"

Total: 6

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

II,1,689

[Within] At hand, quoth pick-purse.

2

II,1,695

Good morrow, Master Gadshill. It holds current that
I told you yesternight: there's a franklin in the...

3

II,1,705

No, I'll none of it: I pray thee keep that for the
hangman; for I know thou worshippest St. Nicholas...

4

II,1,726

What, the commonwealth their boots? will she hold
out water in foul way?

5

II,1,731

Nay, by my faith, I think you are more beholding to
the night than to fern-seed for your walking invisible.

6

II,1,735

Nay, rather let me have it, as you are a false thief.

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