Speeches (Lines) for John Morton
in "Richard III"

Total: 6

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,4,1953

Sir William Stanley. It is, and wants but nomination.

John Morton. To-morrow, then, I judge a happy day.


2

III,4,1956

Duke of Buckingham. Who knows the lord protector's mind herein?
Who is most inward with the royal duke?

John Morton. Your grace, we think, should soonest know his mind.


3

III,4,1970

(stage directions). [Enter GLOUCESTER]

John Morton. Now in good time, here comes the duke himself.


4

III,4,1982

Richard III (Duke of Gloucester). My lord of Ely!

John Morton. My lord?


5

III,4,1986

Richard III (Duke of Gloucester). When I was last in Holborn,
I saw good strawberries in your garden there
I do beseech you send for some of them.

John Morton. Marry, and will, my lord, with all my heart.


6

III,4,2002

(stage directions). [Re-enter BISHOP OF ELY]

John Morton. Where is my lord protector? I have sent for these
strawberries.


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