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

Total: 27

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,32

He was a king bless'd of the King of kings.
Unto the French the dreadful judgement-day...

2

I,1,41

Gloucester, whate'er we like, thou art protector
And lookest to command the prince and realm....

3

I,1,114

What! wherein Talbot overcame? is't so?

4

I,1,183

Each hath his place and function to attend:
I am left out; for me nothing remains....

5

I,3,384

How now, ambitious Humphry! what means this?

6

I,3,386

I do, thou most usurping proditor,
And not protector, of the king or realm.

7

I,3,393

Nay, stand thou back, I will not budge a foot:
This be Damascus, be thou cursed Cain,...

8

I,3,399

Do what thou darest; I beard thee to thy face.

9

I,3,407

Gloucester, thou wilt answer this before the pope.

10

I,3,420

Here's Gloucester, a foe to citizens,
One that still motions war and never peace,...

11

I,3,441

Gloucester, we will meet; to thy cost, be sure:
Thy heart-blood I will have for this day's work.

12

I,3,446

Abominable Gloucester, guard thy head;
For I intend to have it ere long....

13

III,1,1221

Comest thou with deep premeditated lines,
With written pamphlets studiously devised,...

14

III,1,1247

Gloucester, I do defy thee. Lords, vouchsafe
To give me hearing what I shall reply....

15

III,1,1264

Ay, lordly sir; for what are you, I pray,
But one imperious in another's throne?

16

III,1,1267

And am not I a prelate of the church?

17

III,1,1270

Unreverent Gloster!

18

III,1,1273

Rome shall remedy this.

19

III,1,1349

He shall submit, or I will never yield.

20

III,1,1365

Well, Duke of Gloucester, I will yield to thee;
Love for thy love and hand for hand I give.

21

III,1,1372

[Aside] So help me God, as I intend it not!

22

III,1,1394

As will the rest, so willeth Winchester.

23

IV,1,1760

God save King Henry, of that name the sixth!

24

V,1,2408

Stay, my lord legate: you shall first receive
The sum of money which I promised...

25

V,1,2413

[Aside] Now Winchester will not submit, I trow,
Or be inferior to the proudest peer....

26

V,4,2767

Lord regent, I do greet your excellence
With letters of commission from the king....

27

V,4,2798

Charles, and the rest, it is enacted thus:
That, in regard King Henry gives consent,...

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