Speeches (Lines) for Hortensius
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 6

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1

III,4,1161

Titus. The like to you kind Varro.

Hortensius. Lucius!
What, do we meet together?
One business does command us all; for mine Is money.


2

III,4,1185

Titus. I'll show you how to observe a strange event.
Your lord sends now for money.

Hortensius. Most true, he does.


3

III,4,1188

Titus. And he wears jewels now of Timon's gift,
For which I wait for money.

Hortensius. It is against my heart.
Timon in this should pay more than he owes:
And e'en as if your lord should wear rich jewels,
And send for money for 'em.


4

III,4,1193

Hortensius. It is against my heart.
Timon in this should pay more than he owes:
And e'en as if your lord should wear rich jewels,
And send for money for 'em.

Hortensius. I'm weary of this charge, the gods can witness:
I know my lord hath spent of Timon's wealth,
And now ingratitude makes it worse than stealth.


5

III,4,1265

Titus. My lord, here is my bill.

Hortensius. And mine, my lord.


6

III,4,1283

(stage directions). [Exit]

Hortensius. 'Faith, I perceive our masters may throw their caps
at their money: these debts may well be called
desperate ones, for a madman owes 'em.


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