Speeches (Lines) for Doctor Butts
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

V,2,3011

Archbishop Cranmer. So.

Doctor Butts. [Aside] This is a piece of malice. I am glad
I came this way so happily: the king
Shall understand it presently.


2

V,2,3026

(stage directions). [Enter the KING HENRY VIII and DOCTOR BUTTS at a window above]

Doctor Butts. I'll show your grace the strangest sight—


3

V,2,3028

Henry VIII. What's that, Butts?

Doctor Butts. I think your highness saw this many a day.


4

V,2,3030

Henry VIII. Body o' me, where is it?

Doctor Butts. There, my lord:
The high promotion of his grace of Canterbury;
Who holds his state at door, 'mongst pursuivants,
Pages, and footboys.


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