Speeches (Lines) for First Gentleman
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 34

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,1,815

Whither away so fast?

2

II,1,819

I'll save you
That labour, sir. All's now done, but the ceremony...

3

II,1,823

Yes, indeed, was I.

4

II,1,825

You may guess quickly what.

5

II,1,827

Yes, truly is he, and condemn'd upon't.

6

II,1,829

So are a number more.

7

II,1,831

I'll tell you in a little. The great duke
Came to the bar; where to his accusations...

8

II,1,845

The same.
All these accused him strongly; which he fain...

9

II,1,853

When he was brought again to the bar, to hear
His knell rung out, his judgment, he was stirr'd...

10

II,1,860

Sure, he does not:
He never was so womanish; the cause...

11

II,1,865

'Tis likely,
By all conjectures: first, Kildare's attainder,...

12

II,1,872

At his return
No doubt he will requite it. This is noted,...

13

II,1,882

Stay there, sir,
And see the noble ruin'd man you speak of....

14

II,1,974

O, this is full of pity! Sir, it calls,
I fear, too many curses on their beads...

15

II,1,981

Good angels keep it from us!
What may it be? You do not doubt my faith, sir?

16

II,1,985

Let me have it;
I do not talk much.

17

II,1,991

Yes, but it held not:
For when the king once heard it, out of anger...

18

II,1,1005

'Tis the cardinal;
And merely to revenge him on the emperor...

19

II,1,1012

'Tis woful.
We are too open here to argue this;...

20

IV,1,2378

You're well met once again.

21

IV,1,2380

You come to take your stand here, and behold
The Lady Anne pass from her coronation?

22

IV,1,2384

'Tis very true: but that time offer'd sorrow;
This, general joy.

23

IV,1,2391

Never greater,
Nor, I'll assure you, better taken, sir.

24

IV,1,2395

Yes; 'tis the list
Of those that claim their offices this day...

25

IV,1,2405

That I can tell you too. The Archbishop
Of Canterbury, accompanied with other...

26

IV,1,2454

Marquess Dorset:
And that the Earl of Surrey, with the rod.

27

IV,1,2458

'Tis the same: high-steward.

28

IV,1,2460

Yes;

29

IV,1,2468

They that bear
The cloth of honour over her, are four barons...

30

IV,1,2474

It is; and all the rest are countesses.

31

IV,1,2477

No more of that.

32

IV,1,2480

God save you, sir! where have you been broiling?

33

IV,1,2487

How was it?

34

IV,1,2524

Sir,
You must no more call it York-place, that's past;...

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