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

Total: 9

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

V,1,2575

And you.

2

V,1,2577

I have been sometimes there.

3

V,1,2584

What's your will?

4

V,1,2589

The king's not here.

5

V,1,2591

Not, indeed:
He hence removed last night and with more haste
Than is his use.

6

V,1,2598

Marry, as I take it, to Rousillon;
Whither I am going.

7

V,1,2607

This I'll do for you.

8

V,3,2704

I shall, my liege.

9

V,3,2824

Gracious sovereign,
Whether I have been to blame or no, I know not:
Here's a petition from a Florentine,
Who hath for four or five removes come short
To tender it herself. I undertook it,
Vanquish'd thereto by the fair grace and speech
Of the poor suppliant, who by this I know
Is here attending: her business looks in her
With an importing visage; and she told me,
In a sweet verbal brief, it did concern
Your highness with herself.

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