Speeches (Lines) for Pompey
in "Antony and Cleopatra"

Total: 41

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1

II,1,616

If the great gods be just, they shall assist
The deeds of justest men.

2

II,1,620

Whiles we are suitors to their throne, decays
The thing we sue for.

3

II,1,626

I shall do well:
The people love me, and the sea is mine;...

4

II,1,637

Where have you this? 'tis false.

5

II,1,639

He dreams: I know they are in Rome together,
Looking for Antony. But all the charms of love,...

6

II,1,654

I could have given less matter
A better ear. Menas, I did not think...

7

II,1,667

I know not, Menas,
How lesser enmities may give way to greater....

8

II,6,1212

Your hostages I have, so have you mine;
And we shall talk before we fight.

9

II,6,1221

To you all three,
The senators alone of this great world,...

10

II,6,1241

At land, indeed,
Thou dost o'er-count me of my father's house:...

11

II,6,1253

You have made me offer
Of Sicily, Sardinia; and I must...

12

II,6,1260

Know, then,
I came before you here a man prepared...

13

II,6,1271

Let me have your hand:
I did not think, sir, to have met you here.

14

II,6,1278

Well, I know not
What counts harsh fortune casts upon my face;...

15

II,6,1283

I hope so, Lepidus. Thus we are agreed:
I crave our composition may be written,...

16

II,6,1287

We'll feast each other ere we part; and let's
Draw lots who shall begin.

17

II,6,1290

No, Antony, take the lot: but, first
Or last, your fine Egyptian cookery...

18

II,6,1295

I have fair meanings, sir.

19

II,6,1297

Then so much have I heard:
And I have heard, Apollodorus carried—

20

II,6,1300

What, I pray you?

21

II,6,1302

I know thee now: how farest thou, soldier?

22

II,6,1306

Let me shake thy hand;
I never hated thee: I have seen thee fight,...

23

II,6,1313

Enjoy thy plainness,
It nothing ill becomes thee....

24

II,6,1318

Come.

25

II,7,1405

Sit,—and some wine! A health to Lepidus!

26

II,7,1412

[Aside to MENAS] Say in mine ear:
what is't?

27

II,7,1417

[Aside to MENAS] Forbear me till anon.
This wine for Lepidus!

28

II,7,1432

[Aside to MENAS] Go hang, sir, hang! Tell me of
that? away!...

29

II,7,1438

[Aside to MENAS] I think thou'rt mad.
The matter?

30

II,7,1442

Thou hast served me with much faith. What's else to say?
Be jolly, lords.

31

II,7,1447

What say'st thou?

32

II,7,1449

How should that be?

33

II,7,1453

Hast thou drunk well?

34

II,7,1458

Show me which way.

35

II,7,1463

Ah, this thou shouldst have done,
And not have spoke on't! In me 'tis villany;...

36

II,7,1475

This health to Lepidus!

37

II,7,1479

Fill till the cup be hid.

38

II,7,1489

This is not yet an Alexandrian feast.

39

II,7,1503

Let's ha't, good soldier.

40

II,7,1529

I'll try you on the shore.

41

II,7,1531

O Antony,
You have my father's house,—But, what? we are friends....

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