Speeches (Lines) for Hubert de Burgh
in "King John"

Total: 52

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1

III,3,1330

I am much bounden to your majesty.

2

III,3,1356

So well, that what you bid me undertake,
Though that my death were adjunct to my act,...

3

III,3,1366

And I'll keep him so,
That he shall not offend your majesty.

4

III,3,1369

My lord?

5

III,3,1371

He shall not live.

6

IV,1,1574

Heat me these irons hot; and look thou stand
Within the arras: when I strike my foot...

7

IV,1,1580

Uncleanly scruples! fear not you: look to't.
[Exeunt Executioners]...

8

IV,1,1585

Good morrow, little prince.

9

IV,1,1588

Indeed, I have been merrier.

10

IV,1,1602

[Aside] If I talk to him, with his innocent prate
He will awake my mercy which lies dead:...

11

IV,1,1609

[Aside] His words do take possession of my bosom.
Read here, young Arthur....

12

IV,1,1620

Young boy, I must.

13

IV,1,1622

And I will.

14

IV,1,1641

I have sworn to do it;
And with hot irons must I burn them out.

15

IV,1,1654

Come forth.
[Stamps]...

16

IV,1,1660

Give me the iron, I say, and bind him here.

17

IV,1,1670

Go, stand within; let me alone with him.

18

IV,1,1677

Come, boy, prepare yourself.

19

IV,1,1679

None, but to lose your eyes.

20

IV,1,1685

Is this your promise? go to, hold your tongue.

21

IV,1,1694

I can heat it, boy.

22

IV,1,1701

But with my breath I can revive it, boy.

23

IV,1,1711

Well, see to live; I will not touch thine eye
For all the treasure that thine uncle owes:...

24

IV,1,1717

Peace; no more. Adieu.
Your uncle must not know but you are dead;...

25

IV,1,1724

Silence; no more: go closely in with me:
Much danger do I undergo for thee.

26

IV,2,1925

My lord, they say five moons were seen to-night;
Four fixed, and the fifth did whirl about...

27

IV,2,1929

Old men and beldams in the streets
Do prophesy upon it dangerously:...

28

IV,2,1951

No had, my lord! why, did you not provoke me?

29

IV,2,1959

Here is your hand and seal for what I did.

30

IV,2,1974

My lord—

31

IV,2,1993

Arm you against your other enemies,
I'll make a peace between your soul and you....

32

IV,3,2095

Lords, I am hot with haste in seeking you:
Arthur doth live; the king hath sent for you.

33

IV,3,2099

I am no villain.

34

IV,3,2104

Stand back, Lord Salisbury, stand back, I say;
By heaven, I think my sword's as sharp as yours:...

35

IV,3,2111

Not for my life: but yet I dare defend
My innocent life against an emperor.

36

IV,3,2114

Do not prove me so;
Yet I am none: whose tongue soe'er speaks false,...

37

IV,3,2128

Lord Bigot, I am none.

38

IV,3,2130

'Tis not an hour since I left him well:
I honour'd him, I loved him, and will weep...

39

IV,3,2147

Do but hear me, sir.

40

IV,3,2153

Upon my soul—

41

IV,3,2164

If I in act, consent, or sin of thought,
Be guilty of the stealing that sweet breath...

42

V,3,2468

Badly, I fear. How fares your majesty?

43

V,6,2578

Who's there? speak, ho! speak quickly, or I shoot.

44

V,6,2580

Of the part of England.

45

V,6,2582

What's that to thee? why may not I demand
Of thine affairs, as well as thou of mine?

46

V,6,2585

Thou hast a perfect thought:
I will upon all hazards well believe...

47

V,6,2592

Unkind remembrance! thou and eyeless night
Have done me shame: brave soldier, pardon me,...

48

V,6,2597

Why, here walk I in the black brow of night,
To find you out.

49

V,6,2600

O, my sweet sir, news fitting to the night,
Black, fearful, comfortless and horrible.

50

V,6,2604

The king, I fear, is poison'd by a monk:
I left him almost speechless; and broke out...

51

V,6,2610

A monk, I tell you; a resolved villain,
Whose bowels suddenly burst out: the king...

52

V,6,2614

Why, know you not? the lords are all come back,
And brought Prince Henry in their company;...

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