Speeches (Lines) for Sheriff
in "Henry VI, Part II"

Total: 2

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1

II,4,1238

Duke of Gloucester. And my consent ne'er ask'd herein before!
This is close dealing. Well, I will be there.
[Exit Herald]
My Nell, I take my leave: and, master sheriff,
Let not her penance exceed the king's commission.

Sheriff. An't please your grace, here my commission stays,
And Sir John Stanley is appointed now
To take her with him to the Isle of Man.


2

II,4,1265

Eleanor. Sheriff, farewell, and better than I fare,
Although thou hast been conduct of my shame.

Sheriff. It is my office; and, madam, pardon me.


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