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

Total: 11

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1

I,3,395

The circumstance consider'd, good my lord,
Whate'er Lord Harry Percy then had said
To such a person and in such a place,
At such a time, with all the rest retold,
May reasonably die and never rise
To do him wrong or any way impeach
What then he said, so he unsay it now.

2

III,2,1988

So hath the business that I come to speak of.
Lord Mortimer of Scotland hath sent word
That Douglas and the English rebels met
The eleventh of this month at Shrewsbury
A mighty and a fearful head they are,
If promises be kept on every hand,
As ever offer'd foul play in the state.

3

IV,3,2489

I come with gracious offers from the king,
if you vouchsafe me hearing and respect.

4

IV,3,2497

And God defend but still I should stand so,
So long as out of limit and true rule
You stand against anointed majesty.
But to my charge. The king hath sent to know
The nature of your griefs, and whereupon
You conjure from the breast of civil peace
Such bold hostility, teaching his duteous land
Audacious cruelty. If that the king
Have any way your good deserts forgot,
Which he confesseth to be manifold,
He bids you name your griefs; and with all speed
You shall have your desires with interest
And pardon absolute for yourself and these
Herein misled by your suggestion.

5

IV,3,2548

Tut, I came not to hear this.

6

IV,3,2566

Shall I return this answer to the king?

7

IV,3,2572

I would you would accept of grace and love.

8

IV,3,2574

Pray God you do.

9

V,3,2879

What is thy name, that in the battle thus
Thou crossest me? what honour dost thou seek
Upon my head?

10

V,3,2885

They tell thee true.

11

V,3,2890

I was not born a yielder, thou proud Scot;
And thou shalt find a king that will revenge
Lord Stafford's death.

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