Speeches (Lines) for Sir William Stanley
in "Richard III"

Total: 32

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,3,479

God make your majesty joyful as you have been!

2

I,3,485

I do beseech you, either not believe
The envious slanders of her false accusers;...

3

I,3,491

But now the Duke of Buckingham and I
Are come from visiting his majesty.

4

III,2,1859

My lord, good morrow; good morrow, Catesby:
You may jest on, but, by the holy rood,...

5

III,2,1868

The lords at Pomfret, when they rode from London,
Were jocund, and supposed their state was sure,...

6

III,2,1877

They, for their truth, might better wear their heads
Than some that have accused them wear their hats....

7

III,4,1952

It is, and wants but nomination.

8

III,4,1997

We have not yet set down this day of triumph.
To-morrow, in mine opinion, is too sudden;...

9

III,4,2010

What of his heart perceive you in his face
By any likelihood he show'd to-day?

10

III,4,2014

I pray God he be not, I say.

11

IV,1,2498

Let me but meet you, ladies, one hour hence,
And I'll salute your grace of York as mother,...

12

IV,1,2518

Full of wise care is this your counsel, madam.
Take all the swift advantage of the hours;...

13

IV,1,2527

Come, madam, come; I in all haste was sent.

14

IV,2,2635

My lord, I hear the Marquis Dorset's fled
To Richmond, in those parts beyond the sea...

15

IV,4,3280

None good, my lord, to please you with the hearing;
Nor none so bad, but it may well be told.

16

IV,4,3286

Richmond is on the seas.

17

IV,4,3289

I know not, mighty sovereign, but by guess.

18

IV,4,3291

Stirr'd up by Dorset, Buckingham, and Ely,
He makes for England, there to claim the crown.

19

IV,4,3298

Unless for that, my liege, I cannot guess.

20

IV,4,3302

No, mighty liege; therefore mistrust me not.

21

IV,4,3307

No, my good lord, my friends are in the north.

22

IV,4,3310

They have not been commanded, mighty sovereign:
Please it your majesty to give me leave,...

23

IV,4,3316

Most mighty sovereign,
You have no cause to hold my friendship doubtful:...

24

IV,4,3323

So deal with him as I prove true to you.

25

IV,5,3375

Sir Christopher, tell Richmond this from me:
That in the sty of this most bloody boar...

26

IV,5,3382

What men of name resort to him?

27

IV,5,3390

Return unto thy lord; commend me to him:
Tell him the queen hath heartily consented...

28

V,3,3551

Fortune and victory sit on thy helm!

29

V,3,3555

I, by attorney, bless thee from thy mother
Who prays continually for Richmond's good:...

30

V,5,3895

Courageous Richmond, well hast thou acquit thee.
Lo, here, this long-usurped royalty...

31

V,5,3902

He is, my lord, and safe in Leicester town;
Whither, if it please you, we may now withdraw us.

32

V,5,3905

John Duke of Norfolk, Walter Lord Ferrers,
Sir Robert Brakenbury, and Sir William Brandon.

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