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

Total: 8

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

IV,1,2176

I lost mine eye in laying the prize aboard,
And therefore to revenge it, shalt thou die;...

2

IV,1,2183

And so am I; my name is Walter Whitmore.
How now! why start'st thou? what, doth...

3

IV,1,2191

Gaultier or Walter, which it is, I care not:
Never yet did base dishonour blur our name,...

4

IV,1,2199

The Duke of Suffolk muffled up in rags!

5

IV,1,2218

Speak, captain, shall I stab the forlorn swain?

6

IV,1,2272

Come, Suffolk, I must waft thee to thy death.

7

IV,1,2274

Thou shalt have cause to fear before I leave thee.
What, are ye daunted now? now will ye stoop?

8

IV,1,2301

There let his head and lifeless body lie,
Until the queen his mistress bury it.

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