Speeches (Lines) for Archbishop of Canterbury
in "Henry V"

Total: 18

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,38

My lord, I'll tell you; that self bill is urged,
Which in the eleventh year of the last king's reign...

2

I,1,44

It must be thought on. If it pass against us,
We lose the better half of our possession:...

3

I,1,58

'Twould drink the cup and all.

4

I,1,60

The king is full of grace and fair regard.

5

I,1,62

The courses of his youth promised it not.
The breath no sooner left his father's body,...

6

I,1,77

Hear him but reason in divinity,
And all-admiring with an inward wish...

7

I,1,106

It must be so; for miracles are ceased;
And therefore we must needs admit the means...

8

I,1,113

He seems indifferent,
Or rather swaying more upon our part...

9

I,1,124

With good acceptance of his majesty;
Save that there was not time enough to hear,...

10

I,1,132

The French ambassador upon that instant
Craved audience; and the hour, I think, is come...

11

I,1,136

Then go we in, to know his embassy;
Which I could with a ready guess declare,...

12

I,2,151

God and his angels guard your sacred throne
And make you long become it!

13

I,2,178

Then hear me, gracious sovereign, and you peers,
That owe yourselves, your lives and services...

14

I,2,242

The sin upon my head, dread sovereign!
For in the book of Numbers is it writ,...

15

I,2,275

O, let their bodies follow, my dear liege,
With blood and sword and fire to win your right;...

16

I,2,285

They of those marches, gracious sovereign,
Shall be a wall sufficient to defend...

17

I,2,300

She hath been then more fear'd than harm'd, my liege;
For hear her but exampled by herself:...

18

I,2,329

Therefore doth heaven divide
The state of man in divers functions,...

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