Speeches (Lines) for Lymoges
in "King John"

Total: 16

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

II,1,309

Upon thy cheek lay I this zealous kiss,
As seal to this indenture of my love,
That to my home I will no more return,
Till Angiers and the right thou hast in France,
Together with that pale, that white-faced shore,
Whose foot spurns back the ocean's roaring tides
And coops from other lands her islanders,
Even till that England, hedged in with the main,
That water-walled bulwark, still secure
And confident from foreign purposes,
Even till that utmost corner of the west
Salute thee for her king: till then, fair boy,
Will I not think of home, but follow arms.

2

II,1,325

The peace of heaven is theirs that lift their swords
In such a just and charitable war.

3

II,1,372

By how much unexpected, by so much
We must awake endavour for defence;
For courage mounteth with occasion:
Let them be welcome then: we are prepared.
[Enter KING JOHN, QUEEN ELINOR, BLANCH, the BASTARD,]
Lords, and forces]

4

II,1,428

Peace!

5

II,1,430

What the devil art thou?

6

II,1,443

What craker is this same that deafs our ears
With this abundance of superfluous breath?

7

II,1,597

Peace! no more.

8

II,1,721

I from the north.

9

II,1,847

And your lips too; for I am well assured
That I did so when I was first assured.

10

III,1,1033

Lady Constance, peace!

11

III,1,1051

O, that a man should speak those words to me!

12

III,1,1053

Thou darest not say so, villain, for thy life.

13

III,1,1121

King Philip, listen to the cardinal.

14

III,1,1123

Well, ruffian, I must pocket up these wrongs, Because—

15

III,1,1144

Do so, King Philip; hang no more in doubt.

16

III,1,1223

Rebellion, flat rebellion!

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