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

Total: 31

---
# Act, Scene, Line
(Click to see in context)
Speech text

1

I,1,64

[Reads] 'Item, It is further agreed between them,
that the duchies of Anjou and Maine shall be...

2

I,1,111

Nephew, what means this passionate discourse,
This peroration with such circumstance?...

3

I,1,144

My Lord of Gloucester, now ye grow too hot:
It was the pleasure of my lord the King.

4

I,1,155

So, there goes our protector in a rage.
'Tis known to you he is mine enemy,...

5

I,1,179

This weighty business will not brook delay:
I'll to the Duke of Suffolk presently.

6

I,3,503

Ambitious Warwick, let thy betters speak.

7

I,3,522

The commons hast thou rack'd; the clergy's bags
Are lank and lean with thy extortions.

8

II,1,741

I thought as much; he would be above the clouds.

9

II,1,745

Thy heaven is on earth; thine eyes and thoughts
Beat on a crown, the treasure of thy heart;...

10

II,1,763

Let me be blessed for the peace I make,
Against this proud protector, with my sword!

11

II,1,767

[Aside to GLOUCESTER] Marry, when thou darest.

12

II,1,771

[Aside to GLOUCESTER] Ay, where thou darest
not peep: an if thou darest,...

13

II,1,775

Believe me, cousin Gloucester,
Had not your man put up the fowl so suddenly,...

14

II,1,781

[Aside to GLOUCESTER] Are ye advised? the
east side of the grove?

15

II,1,789

[Aside to GLOUCESTER] Medice, teipsum—
Protector, see to't well, protect yourself.

16

II,1,808

Here comes the townsmen on procession,
To present your highness with the man.

17

II,1,836

What, art thou lame?

18

II,1,907

Duke Humphrey has done a miracle to-day.

19

II,1,925

[Aside to GLOUCESTER] And so, my lord protector,
by this means...

20

III,1,1335

Did he not, contrary to form of law,
Devise strange deaths for small offences done?

21

III,1,1399

It serves you well, my lord, to say so much.

22

III,1,1453

My liege, his railing is intolerable:
If those that care to keep your royal person...

23

III,1,1469

Sirs, take away the duke, and guard him sure.

24

III,1,1519

That he should die is worthy policy;
But yet we want a colour for his death:...

25

III,1,1557

But I would have him dead, my Lord of Suffolk,
Ere you can take due orders for a priest:...

26

III,1,1573

A breach that craves a quick expedient stop!
What counsel give you in this weighty cause?

27

III,1,1594

My Lord of York, try what your fortune is.
The uncivil kerns of Ireland are in arms...

28

III,1,1608

No more of him; for I will deal with him
That henceforth he shall trouble us no more....

29

III,2,1710

God's secret judgment: I did dream to-night
The duke was dumb and could not speak a word.

30

III,3,2116

If thou be'st death, I'll give thee England's treasure,
Enough to purchase such another island,...

31

III,3,2122

Bring me unto my trial when you will.
Died he not in his bed? where should he die?...

Return to the "Henry VI, Part II" menu

Plays + Sonnets + Poems + Concordance + Character Search + Advanced Search + About OSS