Speeches (Lines) for Second Watchman
in "Henry VI, Part III"

Total: 5

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

IV,3,2166

What, will he not to bed?

2

IV,3,2170

To-morrow then belike shall be the day,
If Warwick be so near as men report.

3

IV,3,2178

'Tis the more honour, because more dangerous.

4

IV,3,2184

Ay, wherefore else guard we his royal tent,
But to defend his person from night-foes?
[Enter WARWICK, CLARENCE, OXFORD, SOMERSET, and]
French soldiers, silent all]

5

IV,3,2192

Stay, or thou diest!
[WARWICK and the rest cry all, 'Warwick! Warwick!']
and set upon the Guard, who fly, crying, 'Arm!
arm!' WARWICK and the rest following them]
[The drum playing and trumpet sounding, reenter]
WARWICK, SOMERSET, and the rest, bringing KING
EDWARD IV out in his gown, sitting in a chair.
RICHARD and HASTINGS fly over the stage]

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