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

Total: 6

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1

I,1,65

Lord Clifford. The hope thereof makes Clifford mourn in steel.

Earl of Westmoreland. What, shall we suffer this? let's pluck him down:
My heart for anger burns; I cannot brook it.


2

I,1,94

Earl of Warwick. Be Duke of Lancaster; let him be king.

Earl of Westmoreland. He is both king and Duke of Lancaster;
And that the Lord of Westmoreland shall maintain.


3

I,1,102

Earl of Northumberland. Yes, Warwick, I remember it to my grief;
And, by his soul, thou and thy house shall rue it.

Earl of Westmoreland. Plantagenet, of thee and these thy sons,
Thy kinsman and thy friends, I'll have more lives
Than drops of blood were in my father's veins.


4

I,1,187

Earl of Warwick. What good is this to England and himself!

Earl of Westmoreland. Base, fearful and despairing Henry!


5

I,1,189

Lord Clifford. How hast thou injured both thyself and us!

Earl of Westmoreland. I cannot stay to hear these articles.


6

I,1,192

Lord Clifford. Come, cousin, let us tell the queen these news.

Earl of Westmoreland. Farewell, faint-hearted and degenerate king,
In whose cold blood no spark of honour bides.


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