Speeches (Lines) for Henry VI
in "Henry VI, Part I"

Total: 29

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1

III,1,1289

Uncles of Gloucester and of Winchester,
The special watchmen of our English weal,...

2

III,1,1314

We charge you, on allegiance to ourself,
To hold your slaughtering hands and keep the peace....

3

III,1,1337

O, how this discord doth afflict my soul!
Can you, my Lord of Winchester, behold...

4

III,1,1358

Fie, uncle Beaufort! I have heard you preach
That malice was a great and grievous sin;...

5

III,1,1373

O, loving uncle, kind Duke of Gloucester,
How joyful am I made by this contract!...

6

III,1,1389

And those occasions, uncle, were of force:
Therefore, my loving lords, our pleasure is...

7

III,1,1395

If Richard will be true, not that alone
But all the whole inheritance I give...

8

III,1,1402

Stoop then and set your knee against my foot;
And, in reguerdon of that duty done,...

9

III,1,1418

When Gloucester says the word, King Henry goes;
For friendly counsel cuts off many foes.

10

III,4,1720

Is this the Lord Talbot, uncle Gloucester,
That hath so long been resident in France?

11

III,4,1723

Welcome, brave captain and victorious lord!
When I was young, as yet I am not old,...

12

IV,1,1805

Stain to thy countrymen, thou hear'st thy doom!
Be packing, therefore, thou that wast a knight:...

13

IV,1,1827

What! doth my uncle Burgundy revolt?

14

IV,1,1829

Is that the worst this letter doth contain?

15

IV,1,1831

Why, then, Lord Talbot there shall talk with him
And give him chastisement for this abuse....

16

IV,1,1836

Then gather strength and march unto him straight:
Let him perceive how ill we brook his treason...

17

IV,1,1847

Be patient, lords; and give them leave to speak.
Say, gentlemen, what makes you thus exclaim?...

18

IV,1,1852

What is that wrong whereof you both complain?
First let me know, and then I'll answer you.

19

IV,1,1876

Good Lord, what madness rules in brainsick men,
When for so slight and frivolous a cause...

20

IV,1,1899

Come hither, you that would be combatants:
Henceforth I charge you, as you love our favour,...

21

V,1,2356

Have you perused the letters from the pope,
The emperor and the Earl of Armagnac?

22

V,1,2362

How doth your grace affect their motion?

23

V,1,2366

Ay, marry, uncle; for I always thought
It was both impious and unnatural...

24

V,1,2376

Marriage, uncle! alas, my years are young!
And fitter is my study and my books...

25

V,1,2391

My lords ambassadors, your several suits
Have been consider'd and debated on....

26

V,1,2402

In argument and proof of which contract,
Bear her this jewel, pledge of my affection....

27

V,5,2854

Your wondrous rare description, noble earl,
Of beauteous Margaret hath astonish'd me:...

28

V,5,2875

And otherwise will Henry ne'er presume.
Therefore, my lord protector, give consent...

29

V,5,2932

Whether it be through force of your report,
My noble Lord of Suffolk, or for that...

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