Speeches (Lines) for Old Athenian
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 10

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,139

Lord Timon, hear me speak.

2

I,1,141

Thou hast a servant named Lucilius.

3

I,1,143

Most noble Timon, call the man before thee.

4

I,1,146

This fellow here, Lord Timon, this thy creature,
By night frequents my house. I am a man
That from my first have been inclined to thrift;
And my estate deserves an heir more raised
Than one which holds a trencher.

5

I,1,152

One only daughter have I, no kin else,
On whom I may confer what I have got:
The maid is fair, o' the youngest for a bride,
And I have bred her at my dearest cost
In qualities of the best. This man of thine
Attempts her love: I prithee, noble lord,
Join with me to forbid him her resort;
Myself have spoke in vain.

6

I,1,161

Therefore he will be, Timon:
His honesty rewards him in itself;
It must not bear my daughter.

7

I,1,165

She is young and apt:
Our own precedent passions do instruct us
What levity's in youth.

8

I,1,170

If in her marriage my consent be missing,
I call the gods to witness, I will choose
Mine heir from forth the beggars of the world,
And dispossess her all.

9

I,1,176

Three talents on the present; in future, all.

10

I,1,182

Most noble lord,
Pawn me to this your honour, she is his.

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