Speeches (Lines) for Sir Richard Ratcliff
in "Richard III"

Total: 18

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,3,1919

Come, bring forth the prisoners.

2

III,3,1926

Dispatch; the limit of your lives is out.

3

III,3,1941

Make haste; the hour of death is expiate.

4

III,4,2052

Dispatch, my lord; the duke would be at dinner:
Make a short shrift; he longs to see your head.

5

IV,4,3249

My gracious sovereign, on the western coast
Rideth a puissant navy; to the shore
Throng many doubtful hollow-hearted friends,
Unarm'd, and unresolved to beat them back:
'Tis thought that Richmond is their admiral;
And there they hull, expecting but the aid
Of Buckingham to welcome them ashore.

6

IV,4,3273

What is't your highness' pleasure I shall do at
Salisbury?

7

IV,4,3276

Your highness told me I should post before.

8

V,3,3535

My lord?

9

V,3,3537

Thomas the Earl of Surrey, and himself,
Much about cock-shut time, from troop to troop
Went through the army, cheering up the soldiers.

10

V,3,3544

It is, my lord.

11

V,3,3710

My lord!

12

V,3,3712

Ratcliff, my lord; 'tis I. The early village-cock
Hath twice done salutation to the morn;
Your friends are up, and buckle on their armour.

13

V,3,3717

No doubt, my lord.

14

V,3,3719

Nay, good my lord, be not afraid of shadows.

15

V,3,3782

That he was never trained up in arms.

16

V,3,3784

He smiled and said 'The better for our purpose.'

17

V,3,3789

Not I, my lord.

18

V,3,3793

My lord?

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