Speeches (Lines) for Messenger
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 6

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,120

Ay, my good lord: five talents is his debt,
His means most short, his creditors most strait:
Your honourable letter he desires
To those have shut him up; which failing,
Periods his comfort.

2

I,1,131

Your lordship ever binds him.

3

I,1,136

All happiness to your honour!

4

I,1,280

'Tis Alcibiades, and some twenty horse,
All of companionship.

5

V,2,2524

have spoke the least:
Besides, his expedition promises
Present approach.

6

V,2,2528

I met a courier, one mine ancient friend;
Whom, though in general part we were opposed,
Yet our old love made a particular force,
And made us speak like friends: this man was riding
From Alcibiades to Timon's cave,
With letters of entreaty, which imported
His fellowship i' the cause against your city,
In part for his sake moved.

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