Speeches (Lines) for Messenger
in "Henry IV, Part I"

Total: 6

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

IV,1,2235

Hotspur (Henry Percy). Do so, and 'tis well.
[Enter a Messenger with letters]
What letters hast thou there?—I can but thank you.

Messenger. These letters come from your father.


2

IV,1,2237

Hotspur (Henry Percy). Letters from him! why comes he not himself?

Messenger. He cannot come, my lord; he is grievous sick.


3

IV,1,2241

Hotspur (Henry Percy). 'Zounds! how has he the leisure to be sick
In such a rustling time? Who leads his power?
Under whose government come they along?

Messenger. His letters bear his mind, not I, my lord.


4

IV,1,2243

Earl of Worcester. I prithee, tell me, doth he keep his bed?

Messenger. He did, my lord, four days ere I set forth;
And at the time of my departure thence
He was much fear'd by his physicians.


5

V,2,2854

(stage directions). [Enter a Messenger]

Messenger. My lord, here are letters for you.


6

V,2,2865

(stage directions). [Enter another Messenger]

Messenger. My lord, prepare; the king comes on apace.


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