Speeches (Lines) for Groom
in "Richard II"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

V,5,2817

Hail, royal prince!

2

V,5,2823

I was a poor groom of thy stable, king,
When thou wert king; who, travelling towards York,
With much ado at length have gotten leave
To look upon my sometimes royal master's face.
O, how it yearn'd my heart when I beheld
In London streets, that coronation-day,
When Bolingbroke rode on roan Barbary,
That horse that thou so often hast bestrid,
That horse that I so carefully have dress'd!

3

V,5,2834

So proudly as if he disdain'd the ground.

4

V,5,2849

What my tongue dares not, that my heart shall say.

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