Speeches (Lines) for Duke of Norfolk
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 48

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1

I,1,37

I thank your grace,
Healthful; and ever since a fresh admirer...

2

I,1,44

'Twixt Guynes and Arde:
I was then present, saw them salute on horseback;...

3

I,1,52

Then you lost
The view of earthly glory: men might say,...

4

I,1,79

As I belong to worship and affect
In honour honesty, the tract of every thing...

5

I,1,89

One, certes, that promises no element
In such a business.

6

I,1,92

All this was order'd by the good discretion
Of the right reverend Cardinal of York.

7

I,1,100

Surely, sir,
There's in him stuff that puts him to these ends;...

8

I,1,135

Grievingly I think,
The peace between the French and us not values...

9

I,1,144

Which is budded out;
For France hath flaw'd the league, and hath attach'd...

10

I,1,149

Marry, is't.

11

I,1,154

Like it your grace,
The state takes notice of the private difference...

12

I,1,186

What, are you chafed?
Ask God for temperance; that's the appliance only...

13

I,1,194

Stay, my lord,
And let your reason with your choler question...

14

I,1,206

Be advised;
Heat not a furnace for your foe so hot...

15

I,1,225

Say not 'treasonous.'

16

I,1,237

Faith, and so it did.

17

I,1,264

I am sorry
To hear this of him; and could wish he were...

18

I,2,352

Not almost appears,
It doth appear; for, upon these taxations,...

19

II,2,1029

Well met, my lord chamberlain.

20

II,2,1034

What's the cause?

21

II,2,1039

'Tis so:
This is the cardinal's doing, the king-cardinal:...

22

II,2,1044

How holily he works in all his business!
And with what zeal! for, now he has crack'd the league...

23

II,2,1066

We had need pray,
And heartily, for our deliverance;...

24

II,2,1079

Let's in;
And with some other business put the king...

25

II,2,1087

Thanks, my good lord chamberlain.
[Exit Chamberlain; and KING HENRY VIII draws the]...

26

II,2,1092

Pray God he be not angry.

27

II,2,1096

A gracious king that pardons all offences
Malice ne'er meant: our breach of duty this way...

28

II,2,1120

[Aside to SUFFOLK]
This priest has no pride in him?

29

II,2,1125

[Aside to SUFFOLK] If it do,
I'll venture one have-at-him.

30

III,2,1828

If you will now unite in your complaints,
And force them with a constancy, the cardinal...

31

III,2,1850

O, fear him not;
His spell in that is out: the king hath found...

32

III,2,1858

Believe it, this is true:
In the divorce his contrary proceedings...

33

III,2,1887

All men's!

34

III,2,1898

Marry, amen!

35

III,2,1909

But, my lord,
When returns Cranmer?

36

III,2,1919

This same Cranmer's
A worthy fellow, and hath ta'en much pain...

37

III,2,1924

So I hear.

38

III,2,1928

Observe, observe, he's moody.

39

III,2,1950

He's discontented.

40

III,2,1967

He is vex'd at something.

41

III,2,1977

My lord, we have
Stood here observing him: some strange commotion...

42

III,2,1996

It's heaven's will:
Some spirit put this paper in the packet,...

43

III,2,2115

Hear the king's pleasure, cardinal: who commands you
To render up the great seal presently...

44

III,2,2196

Those articles, my lord, are in the king's hand:
But, thus much, they are foul ones.

45

III,2,2213

Then, that in all you writ to Rome, or else
To foreign princes, 'Ego et Rex meus'...

46

III,2,2248

And so we'll leave you to your meditations
How to live better. For your stubborn answer...

47

V,3,3058

Who waits there?

48

V,3,3180

Do you think, my lords,
The king will suffer but the little finger...

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