Speeches (Lines) for Marquess of Montague
in "Henry VI, Part III"

Total: 15

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1

I,1,16

And, brother, here's the Earl of Wiltshire's blood,
Whom I encounter'd as the battles join'd.

2

I,1,123

Good brother, as thou lovest and honourest arms,
Let's fight it out and not stand cavilling thus.

3

I,1,221

And I unto the sea from whence I came.
[Exeunt YORK, EDWARD, EDMUND, GEORGE, RICHARD,]
WARWICK, NORFOLK, MONTAGUE, their Soldiers, and
Attendants]

4

I,2,296

But I have reasons strong and forcible.

5

I,2,355

Brother, I go; I'll win them, fear it not:
And thus most humbly I do take my leave.
[Exit]
[Enter JOHN MORTIMER and HUGH MORTIMER]
Sir John and Sir Hugh Mortimer, mine uncles,
You are come to Sandal in a happy hour;
The army of the queen mean to besiege us.

6

IV,1,2011

Yet, to have join'd with France in such alliance
Would more have strengthen'd this our commonwealth
'Gainst foreign storms than any home-bred marriage.

7

IV,1,2016

But the safer when 'tis back'd with France.

8

IV,1,2122

So God help Montague as he proves true!

9

IV,7,2471

To help King Edward in his time of storm,
As every loyal subject ought to do.

10

IV,7,2476

Then fare you well, for I will hence again:
I came to serve a king and not a duke.
Drummer, strike up, and let us march away.

11

IV,7,2482

What talk you of debating? in few words,
If you'll not here proclaim yourself our king,
I'll leave you to your fortune and be gone
To keep them back that come to succor you:
Why shall we fight, if you pretend no title?

12

IV,7,2496

Ay, now my sovereign speaketh like himself;
And now will I be Edward's champion.

13

IV,7,2503

And whosoe'er gainsays King Edward's right,
By this I challenge him to single fight.

14

IV,8,2549

Comfort, my lord; and so I take my leave.

15

V,1,2666

Montague, Montague, for Lancaster!

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