Speeches (Lines) for Davy
in "Henry IV, Part II"

Total: 14

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1

V,1,3149

(stage directions). Enter DAVY

Davy. Here, sir.


2

V,1,3154

Robert Shallow. Davy, Davy, Davy, Davy; let me see, Davy; let me see,
Davy; let me see—yea, marry, William cook, bid him come
Sir John, you shall not be excus'd.

Davy. Marry, sir, thus: those precepts cannot be served; and,
again, sir—shall we sow the headland with wheat?


3

V,1,3159

Robert Shallow. With red wheat, Davy. But for William cook—are there
young pigeons?

Davy. Yes, sir. Here is now the smith's note for shoeing and
plough-irons.


4

V,1,3163

Robert Shallow. Let it be cast, and paid. Sir John, you shall not be
excused.

Davy. Now, sir, a new link to the bucket must needs be had;
sir, do you mean to stop any of William's wages about the
lost the other day at Hinckley fair?


5

V,1,3172

Robert Shallow. 'A shall answer it. Some pigeons, Davy, a couple of
short-legg'd hens, a joint of mutton, and any pretty little
kickshaws, tell William cook.

Davy. Doth the man of war stay all night, sir?


6

V,1,3178

Robert Shallow. Yea, Davy; I will use him well. A friend i' th' court
better than a penny in purse. Use his men well, Davy; for
are arrant knaves and will backbite.

Davy. No worse than they are backbitten, sir; for they have
marvellous foul linen.


7

V,1,3181

Robert Shallow. Well conceited, Davy—about thy business, Davy.

Davy. I beseech you, sir, to countenance William Visor of
against Clement Perkes o' th' hill.


8

V,1,3187

Robert Shallow. There, is many complaints, Davy, against that Visor.
Visor is an arrant knave, on my knowledge.

Davy. I grant your worship that he is a knave, sir; but yet God
forbid, sir, but a knave should have some countenance at his
friend's request. An honest man, sir, is able to speak for
himself, when a knave is not. I have serv'd your worship
sir, this eight years; an I cannot once or twice in a quarter
bear out a knave against an honest man, I have but a very
credit with your worship. The knave is mine honest friend,
therefore, I beseech you, let him be countenanc'd.


9

V,1,3199

Robert Shallow. Go to; I say he shall have no wrong. Look about,

Davy. [Exit DAVY] Where are you, Sir John? Come, come, come,
with your boots. Give me your hand, Master Bardolph.


10

V,3,3422

Robert Shallow. Give Master Bardolph some wine, Davy.

Davy. Sweet sir, sit; I'll be with you anon; most sweet sir,
Master Page, good Master Page, sit. Proface! What you want in
meat, we'll have in drink. But you must bear; the heart's


11

V,3,3441

(stage directions). Re-enter DAVY

Davy. [To BARDOLPH] There's a dish of leather-coats for you.


12

V,3,3443

Robert Shallow. Davy!

Davy. Your worship! I'll be with you straight. [To BARDOLPH]
A cup of wine, sir?


13

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Robert Shallow. Honest Bardolph, welcome; if thou want'st anything and
wilt not call, beshrew thy heart. Welcome, my little tiny
and welcome indeed too. I'll drink to Master Bardolph, and to
the cabileros about London.

Davy. I hope to see London once ere I die.


14

V,3,3488

(stage directions). Re-enter DAVY

Davy. An't please your worship, there's one Pistol come from
court with news.


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