Speeches (Lines) for Earl Oxford
in "Henry VI, Part III"

Total: 13

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1

III,3,1775

Then Warwick disannuls great John of Gaunt,
Which did subdue the greatest part of Spain;...

2

III,3,1789

Why, Warwick, canst thou speak against thy liege,
Whom thou obeyed'st thirty and six years,...

3

III,3,1795

Call him my king by whose injurious doom
My elder brother, the Lord Aubrey Vere,...

4

III,3,1869

I like it well that our fair queen and mistress
Smiles at her news, while Warwick frowns at his.

5

IV,3,2236

What now remains, my lords, for us to do
But march to London with our soldiers?

6

IV,6,2417

Ay, for if Edward repossess the crown,
'Tis like that Richmond with the rest shall down.

7

IV,8,2550

And thus I seal my truth, and bid adieu.

8

V,1,2656

Oxford, Oxford, for Lancaster!

9

V,2,2774

Away, away, to meet the queen's great power!

10

V,4,2854

Women and children of so high a courage,
And warriors faint! why, 'twere perpetual shame....

11

V,4,2867

I thought no less: it is his policy
To haste thus fast, to find us unprovided.

12

V,4,2871

Here pitch our battle; hence we will not budge.
[Flourish and march. Enter KING EDWARD IV, GLOUCESTER,]...

13

V,5,2898

For my part, I'll not trouble thee with words.

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