Speeches (Lines) for Salerio
in "Merchant of Venice"

Total: 6

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,2,1603

I did, my lord;
And I have reason for it. Signior Antonio
Commends him to you.

2

III,2,1609

Not sick, my lord, unless it be in mind;
Nor well, unless in mind: his letter there
Will show you his estate.

3

III,2,1617

I would you had won the fleece that he hath lost.

4

III,2,1648

Not one, my lord.
Besides, it should appear, that if he had
The present money to discharge the Jew,
He would not take it. Never did I know
A creature, that did bear the shape of man,
So keen and greedy to confound a man:
He plies the duke at morning and at night,
And doth impeach the freedom of the state,
If they deny him justice: twenty merchants,
The duke himself, and the magnificoes
Of greatest port, have all persuaded with him;
But none can drive him from the envious plea
Of forfeiture, of justice and his bond.

5

IV,1,1946

He is ready at the door: he comes, my lord.

6

IV,1,2040

My lord, here stays without
A messenger with letters from the doctor,
New come from Padua.

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