Speeches (Lines) for First Neighbour
in "Henry VI, Part II"

Total: 1

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II,3,1110

Richard Plantagenet (Duke of Gloucester). I never saw a fellow worse bested,
Or more afraid to fight, than is the appellant,
The servant of this armourer, my lords.
[Enter at one door, HORNER, the Armourer, and his]
Neighbours, drinking to him so much that he is drunk;
and he enters with a drum before him and his staff
with a sand-bag fastened to it; and at the other
door PETER, his man, with a drum and sand-bag, and
'Prentices drinking to him]

First Neighbour. Here, neighbour Horner, I drink to you in a cup of
sack: and fear not, neighbour, you shall do well enough.


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