Speeches (Lines) for Cromwell
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 21

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,2,1931

To his own hand, in's bedchamber.

2

III,2,1933

Presently
He did unseal them: and the first he view'd,...

3

III,2,1940

I think, by this he is.

4

III,2,2279

I have no power to speak, sir.

5

III,2,2284

How does your grace?

6

III,2,2295

I am glad your grace has made that right use of it.

7

III,2,2301

The heaviest and the worst
Is your displeasure with the king.

8

III,2,2304

The next is, that Sir Thomas More is chosen
Lord chancellor in your place.

9

III,2,2312

That Cranmer is return'd with welcome,
Install'd lord archbishop of Canterbury.

10

III,2,2315

Last, that the Lady Anne,
Whom the king hath in secrecy long married,...

11

III,2,2335

O my lord,
Must I, then, leave you? must I needs forego...

12

III,2,2373

Good sir, have patience.

13

V,3,3054

Please your honours,
The chief cause concerns his grace of Canterbury.

14

V,3,3057

Yes.

15

V,3,3132

My Lord of Winchester, you are a little,
By your good favour, too sharp; men so noble,...

16

V,3,3140

Why, my lord?

17

V,3,3143

Not sound?

18

V,3,3145

Would you were half so honest!
Men's prayers then would seek you, not their fears.

19

V,3,3148

Do.
Remember your bold life too.

20

V,3,3153

And I.

21

V,3,3186

My mind gave me,
In seeking tales and informations...

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