Speeches (Lines) for Pembroke
in "King John"

Total: 20

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

IV,2,1730

This 'once again,' but that your highness pleased,
Was once superfluous: you were crown'd before,...

2

IV,2,1744

But that your royal pleasure must be done,
This act is as an ancient tale new told,...

3

IV,2,1755

When workmen strive to do better than well,
They do confound their skill in covetousness;...

4

IV,2,1774

Then I, as one that am the tongue of these,
To sound the purpose of all their hearts,...

5

IV,2,1798

This is the man should do the bloody deed;
He show'd his warrant to a friend of mine:...

6

IV,2,1809

And when it breaks, I fear will issue thence
The foul corruption of a sweet child's death.

7

IV,2,1816

Indeed we heard how near his death he was
Before the child himself felt he was sick:...

8

IV,2,1825

Stay yet, Lord Salisbury; I'll go with thee,
And find the inheritance of this poor child,...

9

IV,3,2032

Who brought that letter from the cardinal?

10

IV,3,2051

Sir, sir, impatience hath his privilege.

11

IV,3,2055

O death, made proud with pure and princely beauty!
The earth had not a hole to hide this deed.

12

IV,3,2071

All murders past do stand excused in this:
And this, so sole and so unmatchable,...

13

IV,3,2093

[with Bigot] Our souls religiously confirm thy words.

14

IV,3,2117

Cut him to pieces.

15

IV,3,2141

There tell the king he may inquire us out.

16

V,4,2488

Up once again; put spirit in the French:
If they miscarry, we miscarry too.

17

V,4,2492

They say King John sore sick hath left the field.

18

V,4,2496

It is the Count Melun.

19

V,7,2634

His highness yet doth speak, and holds belief
That, being brought into the open air,...

20

V,7,2641

He is more patient
Than when you left him; even now he sung.

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