Speeches (Lines) for Lord Mayor of London
in "Richard III"

Total: 9

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,1,1585

God bless your grace with health and happy days!

2

III,5,2110

What, had he so?

3

III,5,2117

Now, fair befall you! he deserved his death;
And you my good lords, both have well proceeded,...

4

III,5,2132

But, my good lord, your grace's word shall serve,
As well as I had seen and heard him speak...

5

III,7,2287

Marry, God forbid his grace should say us nay!

6

III,7,2306

See, where he stands between two clergymen!

7

III,7,2412

Do, good my lord, your citizens entreat you.

8

III,7,2450

God bless your grace! we see it, and will say it.

9

III,7,2454

[with citizens] Amen.

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