Speeches (Lines) for Thaliard
in "Pericles"

Total: 8

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,206

Doth your highness call?

2

I,1,215

My lord,
'Tis done.

3

I,1,227

My lord,
If I can get him within my pistol's length,
I'll make him sure enough: so, farewell to your highness.

4

I,3,373

So, this is Tyre, and this the court. Here must I
kill King Pericles; and if I do it not, I am sure to
be hanged at home: 'tis dangerous. Well, I perceive
he was a wise fellow, and had good discretion, that,
being bid to ask what he would of the king, desired
he might know none of his secrets: now do I see he
had some reason for't; for if a king bid a man be a
villain, he's bound by the indenture of his oath to
be one! Hush! here come the lords of Tyre.

5

I,3,387

[Aside] How! the king gone!

6

I,3,392

[Aside] What from Antioch?

7

I,3,399

[Aside] Well, I perceive
I shall not be hang'd now, although I would;
But since he's gone, the king's seas must please:
He 'scaped the land, to perish at the sea.
I'll present myself. Peace to the lords of Tyre!

8

I,3,405

From him I come
With message unto princely Pericles;
But since my landing I have understood
Your lord has betook himself to unknown travels,
My message must return from whence it came.

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