Speeches (Lines) for Messenger
in "Richard III"

Total: 13

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

II,4,1524

Such news, my lord, as grieves me to unfold.

2

II,4,1526

Well, madam, and in health.

3

II,4,1528

Lord Rivers and Lord Grey are sent to Pomfret,
With them Sir Thomas Vaughan, prisoners.

4

II,4,1531

The mighty dukes
Gloucester and Buckingham.

5

II,4,1534

The sum of all I can, I have disclosed;
Why or for what these nobles were committed
Is all unknown to me, my gracious lady.

6

III,2,1779

What, ho! my lord!

7

III,2,1781

A messenger from the Lord Stanley.

8

III,2,1784

Upon the stroke of four.

9

III,2,1786

So it should seem by that I have to say.
First, he commends him to your noble lordship.

10

III,2,1789

And then he sends you word
He dreamt to-night the boar had razed his helm:
Besides, he says there are two councils held;
And that may be determined at the one
which may make you and him to rue at the other.
Therefore he sends to know your lordship's pleasure,
If presently you will take horse with him,
And with all speed post with him toward the north,
To shun the danger that his soul divines.

11

III,2,1813

My gracious lord, I'll tell him what you say.

12

IV,4,3326

My gracious sovereign, now in Devonshire,
As I by friends am well advertised,
Sir Edward Courtney, and the haughty prelate
Bishop of Exeter, his brother there,
With many more confederates, are in arms.

13

V,3,3862

My lord, he doth deny to come.

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