Speeches (Lines) for Salisbury
in "King John"

Total: 36

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,1,942

As true as I believe you think them false
That give you cause to prove my saying true.

2

III,1,953

What other harm have I, good lady, done,
But spoke the harm that is by others done?

3

III,1,981

Pardon me, madam,
I may not go without you to the kings.

4

IV,2,1736

Therefore, to be possess'd with double pomp,
To guard a title that was rich before,...

5

IV,2,1748

In this the antique and well noted face
Of plain old form is much disfigured;...

6

IV,2,1762

To this effect, before you were new crown'd,
We breathed our counsel: but it pleased your highness...

7

IV,2,1805

The colour of the king doth come and go
Between his purpose and his conscience,...

8

IV,2,1815

Indeed we fear'd his sickness was past cure.

9

IV,2,1822

It is apparent foul play; and 'tis shame
That greatness should so grossly offer it:...

10

IV,3,2029

Lords, I will meet him at Saint Edmundsbury:
It is our safety, and we must embrace...

11

IV,3,2033

The Count Melun, a noble lord of France,
Whose private with me of the Dauphin's love...

12

IV,3,2037

Or rather then set forward; for 'twill be
Two long days' journey, lords, or ere we meet.

13

IV,3,2042

The king hath dispossess'd himself of us:
We will not line his thin bestained cloak...

14

IV,3,2048

Our griefs, and not our manners, reason now.

15

IV,3,2053

This is the prison. What is he lies here?

16

IV,3,2057

Murder, as hating what himself hath done,
Doth lay it open to urge on revenge.

17

IV,3,2061

Sir Richard, what think you? have you beheld,
Or have you read or heard? or could you think?...

18

IV,3,2080

If that it be the work of any hand!
We had a kind of light what would ensue:...

19

IV,3,2097

O, he is old and blushes not at death.
Avaunt, thou hateful villain, get thee gone!

20

IV,3,2100

Must I rob the law?

21

IV,3,2103

Not till I sheathe it in a murderer's skin.

22

IV,3,2113

Thou art a murderer.

23

IV,3,2119

Stand by, or I shall gall you, Faulconbridge.

24

IV,3,2133

Trust not those cunning waters of his eyes,
For villany is not without such rheum;...

25

V,2,2286

Upon our sides it never shall be broken.
And, noble Dauphin, albeit we swear...

26

V,4,2487

I did not think the king so stored with friends.

27

V,4,2490

That misbegotten devil, Faulconbridge,
In spite of spite, alone upholds the day.

28

V,4,2495

When we were happy we had other names.

29

V,4,2497

Wounded to death.

30

V,4,2509

May this be possible? may this be true?

31

V,4,2537

We do believe thee: and beshrew my soul
But I do love the favour and the form...

32

V,7,2656

Be of good comfort, prince; for you are born
To set a form upon that indigest...

33

V,7,2701

You breathe these dead news in as dead an ear.
My liege! my lord! but now a king, now thus.

34

V,7,2717

It seems you know not, then, so much as we:
The Cardinal Pandulph is within at rest,...

35

V,7,2725

Nay, it is in a manner done already;
For many carriages he hath dispatch'd...

36

V,7,2743

And the like tender of our love we make,
To rest without a spot for evermore.

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