Speeches (Lines) for Archbishop Cranmer
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 21

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

V,1,2888

[Aside]
I am fearful: wherefore frowns he thus?...

2

V,1,2893

[Kneeling] It is my duty
To attend your highness' pleasure.

3

V,1,2913

[Kneeling]
I humbly thank your highness;...

4

V,1,2929

Most dread liege,
The good I stand on is my truth and honesty:...

5

V,1,2950

God and your majesty
Protect mine innocence, or I fall into...

6

V,2,3000

I hope I am not too late; and yet the gentleman,
That was sent to me from the council, pray'd me...

7

V,2,3007

Why?

8

V,2,3010

So.

9

V,2,3015

[Aside]. 'Tis Butts,
The king's physician: as he pass'd along,...

10

V,3,3090

My good lords, hitherto, in all the progress
Both of my life and office, I have labour'd,...

11

V,3,3117

Ah, my good Lord of Winchester, I thank you;
You are always my good friend; if your will pass,...

12

V,3,3160

Is there no other way of mercy,
But I must needs to the Tower, my lords?

13

V,3,3166

For me?
Must I go like a traitor thither?

14

V,3,3170

Stay, good my lords,
I have a little yet to say. Look there, my lords;...

15

V,3,3246

The greatest monarch now alive may glory
In such an honour: how may I deserve it...

16

V,3,3257

And let heaven
Witness, how dear I hold this confirmation.

17

V,5,3382

[Kneeling] And to your royal grace, and the good queen,
My noble partners, and myself, thus pray:...

18

V,5,3389

Elizabeth.

19

V,5,3394

Amen.

20

V,5,3398

Let me speak, sir,
For heaven now bids me; and the words I utter...

21

V,5,3441

She shall be, to the happiness of England,
An aged princess; many days shall see her,...

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