Speeches (Lines) for First Gentleman
in "All's Well That Ends Well"

Total: 7

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1

III,2,1445

(stage directions). [Enter HELENA, and two Gentlemen]

First Gentleman. Save you, good madam.


2

III,2,1464

Countess. Brought you this letter, gentlemen?

First Gentleman. Ay, madam;
And for the contents' sake are sorry for our pain.


3

III,2,1477

Countess. Return you thither?

First Gentleman. Ay, madam, with the swiftest wing of speed.


4

III,2,1482

Helena. Ay, madam.

First Gentleman. 'Tis but the boldness of his hand, haply, which his
heart was not consenting to.


5

III,2,1489

Countess. Nothing in France, until he have no wife!
There's nothing here that is too good for him
But only she; and she deserves a lord
That twenty such rude boys might tend upon
And call her hourly mistress. Who was with him?

First Gentleman. A servant only, and a gentleman
Which I have sometime known.


6

III,2,1492

Countess. Parolles, was it not?

First Gentleman. Ay, my good lady, he.


7

III,2,1496

Countess. A very tainted fellow, and full of wickedness.
My son corrupts a well-derived nature
With his inducement.

First Gentleman. Indeed, good lady,
The fellow has a deal of that too much,
Which holds him much to have.


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