Speeches (Lines) for First Servant
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 7

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1

III,4,1159

(stage directions). [Enter two Servants of Varro, and the Servant of]
LUCIUS, meeting TITUS, HORTENSIUS, and other
Servants of TIMON's creditors, waiting his coming out]

First Servant. Well met; good morrow, Titus and Hortensius.


2

III,4,1197

Hortensius. I'm weary of this charge, the gods can witness:
I know my lord hath spent of Timon's wealth,
And now ingratitude makes it worse than stealth.

First Servant. Yes, mine's three thousand crowns: what's yours?


3

III,4,1200

First Servant. Yes, mine's three thousand crowns: what's yours?

First Servant. 'Tis much deep: and it should seem by the sun,
Your master's confidence was above mine;
Else, surely, his had equall'd.
Enter Flaminius.


4

III,4,1236

(stage directions). [Exit]

First Servant. How! what does his cashiered worship mutter?


5

III,4,1278

Timon. Five thousand drops pays that.
What yours?—and yours?

First Servant. My lord,—


6

IV,2,1607

(stage directions). [Enter FLAVIUS, with two or three Servants]

First Servant. Hear you, master steward, where's our master?
Are we undone? cast off? nothing remaining?


7

IV,2,1612

Flavius. Alack, my fellows, what should I say to you?
Let me be recorded by the righteous gods,
I am as poor as you.

First Servant. Such a house broke!
So noble a master fall'n! All gone! and not
One friend to take his fortune by the arm,
And go along with him!


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