Speeches (Lines) for Old Lady
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 14

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,3,1212

Hearts of most hard temper
Melt and lament for her.

2

II,3,1219

Alas, poor lady!
She's a stranger now again.

3

II,3,1227

Our content
Is our best having.

4

II,3,1231

Beshrew me, I would,
And venture maidenhead for't; and so would you,...

5

II,3,1242

Yes, troth, and troth; you would not be a queen?

6

II,3,1249

Then you are weakly made: pluck off a little;
I would not be a young count in your way,...

7

II,3,1257

In faith, for little England
You'ld venture an emballing: I myself...

8

II,3,1301

Why, this it is; see, see!
I have been begging sixteen years in court,...

9

II,3,1310

How tastes it? is it bitter? forty pence, no.
There was a lady once, 'tis an old story,...

10

II,3,1315

With your theme, I could
O'ermount the lark. The Marchioness of Pembroke!...

11

II,3,1331

What do you think me?

12

V,1,2973

I'll not come back; the tidings that I bring
Will make my boldness manners. Now, good angels...

13

V,1,2980

Ay, ay, my liege;
And of a lovely boy: the God of heaven...

14

V,1,2991

An hundred marks! By this light, I'll ha' more.
An ordinary groom is for such payment....

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