Speeches (Lines) for Mayor of York
in "Henry VI, Part III"

Total: 3

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

IV,7,2441

(stage directions). [Enter, on the walls, the Mayor of York, and his Brethren]

Mayor of York. My lords, we were forewarned of your coming,
And shut the gates for safety of ourselves;
For now we owe allegiance unto Henry.


2

IV,7,2446

King Edward IV (Plantagenet). But, master mayor, if Henry be your king,
Yet Edward at the least is Duke of York.

Mayor of York. True, my good lord; I know you for no less.


3

IV,7,2453

Lord Hastings. Why, master mayor, why stand you in a doubt?
Open the gates; we are King Henry's friends.

Mayor of York. Ay, say you so? the gates shall then be open'd.


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