Speeches (Lines) for Philario
in "Cymbeline"

Total: 14

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,4,329

You speak of him when he was less furnished than now
he is with that which makes him both without and within.

2

I,4,344

His father and I were soldiers together; to whom I
have been often bound for no less than my life.
Here comes the Briton: let him be so entertained
amongst you as suits, with gentlemen of your
knowing, to a stranger of his quality.
[Enter POSTHUMUS LEONATUS]
I beseech you all, be better known to this
gentleman; whom I commend to you as a noble friend
of mine: how worthy he is I will leave to appear
hereafter, rather than story him in his own hearing.

3

I,4,416

Let us leave here, gentlemen.

4

I,4,435

Gentlemen, enough of this: it came in too suddenly;
let it die as it was born, and, I pray you, be
better acquainted.

5

I,4,461

I will have it no lay.

6

I,4,487

Signior Iachimo will not from it.
Pray, let us follow 'em.

7

II,4,1174

What means do you make to him?

8

II,4,1180

Your very goodness and your company
O'erpays all I can do. By this, your king
Hath heard of great Augustus: Caius Lucius
Will do's commission throughly: and I think
He'll grant the tribute, send the arrearages,
Or look upon our Romans, whose remembrance
Is yet fresh in their grief.

9

II,4,1201

See! Iachimo!

10

II,4,1205

Welcome, sir.

11

II,4,1216

Was Caius Lucius in the Britain court
When you were there?

12

II,4,1317

Have patience, sir,
And take your ring again; 'tis not yet won:
It may be probable she lost it; or
Who knows if one of her women, being corrupted,
Hath stol'n it from her?

13

II,4,1337

Sir, be patient:
This is not strong enough to be believed
Of one persuaded well of—

14

II,4,1365

Quite besides
The government of patience! You have won:
Let's follow him, and pervert the present wrath
He hath against himself.

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