Speeches (Lines) for Simpcox's Wife
in "Henry VI, Part II"

Total: 7

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

II,1,818

Simpcox. Born blind, an't please your grace.

Simpcox's Wife. Ay, indeed, was he.


2

II,1,820

Earl of Suffolk. What woman is this?

Simpcox's Wife. His wife, an't like your worship.


3

II,1,834

Simpcox. God knows, of pure devotion; being call'd
A hundred times and oftener, in my sleep,
By good Saint Alban; who said, 'Simpcox, come,
Come, offer at my shrine, and I will help thee.'

Simpcox's Wife. Most true, forsooth; and many time and oft
Myself have heard a voice to call him so.


4

II,1,840

Simpcox. A fall off of a tree.

Simpcox's Wife. A plum-tree, master.


5

II,1,845

Simpcox. But that in all my life, when I was a youth.

Simpcox's Wife. Too true; and bought his climbing very dear.


6

II,1,862

Duke of Gloucester. But cloaks and gowns, before this day, a many.

Simpcox's Wife. Never, before this day, in all his life.


7

II,1,903

Duke of Gloucester. Follow the knave; and take this drab away.

Simpcox's Wife. Alas, sir, we did it for pure need.


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