Speeches (Lines) for Vernon
in "Henry IV, Part I"

Total: 14

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

IV,1,2311

Pray God my news be worth a welcome, lord.
The Earl of Westmoreland, seven thousand strong,...

2

IV,1,2315

And further, I have learn'd,
The king himself in person is set forth,...

3

IV,1,2323

All furnish'd, all in arms;
All plumed like estridges that with the wind...

4

IV,1,2351

There is more news:
I learn'd in Worcester, as I rode along,...

5

IV,1,2357

To thirty thousand.

6

IV,3,2455

Not a whit.

7

IV,3,2457

So do we.

8

IV,3,2460

Do not, my lord.

9

IV,3,2463

Do me no slander, Douglas: by my life,
And I dare well maintain it with my life,...

10

IV,3,2471

Content.

11

IV,3,2473

Come, come it nay not be. I wonder much,
Being men of such great leading as you are,...

12

V,2,2772

'Twere best he did.

13

V,2,2796

Deliver what you will; I'll say 'tis so.
Here comes your cousin.

14

V,2,2825

No, by my soul; I never in my life
Did hear a challenge urged more modestly,...

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