Speeches (Lines) for Lords
in "Richard III"

Total: 3

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(stage directions). [Enter the Lords to RICHMOND, sitting in his tent]

Lords. Good morrow, Richmond!



Richmond (Henry VII). Cry mercy, lords and watchful gentlemen,
That you have ta'en a tardy sluggard here.

Lords. How have you slept, my lord?



Richmond (Henry VII). The sweetest sleep, and fairest-boding dreams
That ever enter'd in a drowsy head,
Have I since your departure had, my lords.
Methought their souls, whose bodies Richard murder'd,
Came to my tent, and cried on victory:
I promise you, my soul is very jocund
In the remembrance of so fair a dream.
How far into the morning is it, lords?

Lords. Upon the stroke of four.

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