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

Total: 30

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,2

So shaken as we are, so wan with care,
Find we a time for frighted peace to pant,...

2

I,1,48

It seems then that the tidings of this broil
Brake off our business for the Holy Land.

3

I,1,63

Here is a dear, a true industrious friend,
Sir Walter Blunt, new lighted from his horse....

4

I,1,79

Yea, there thou makest me sad and makest me sin
In envy that my Lord Northumberland...

5

I,1,101

But I have sent for him to answer this;
And for this cause awhile we must neglect...

6

I,3,323

My blood hath been too cold and temperate,
Unapt to stir at these indignities,...

7

I,3,337

Worcester, get thee gone; for I do see
Danger and disobedience in thine eye:...

8

I,3,402

Why, yet he doth deny his prisoners,
But with proviso and exception,...

9

I,3,439

Thou dost belie him, Percy, thou dost belie him;
He never did encounter with Glendower:...

10

III,2,1823

Lords, give us leave; the Prince of Wales and I
Must have some private conference; but be near at hand,...

11

III,2,1852

God pardon thee! yet let me wonder, Harry,
At thy affections, which do hold a wing...

12

III,2,1917

For all the world
As thou art to this hour was Richard then...

13

III,2,1984

A hundred thousand rebels die in this:
Thou shalt have charge and sovereign trust herein....

14

III,2,1995

The Earl of Westmoreland set forth to-day;
With him my son, Lord John of Lancaster;...

15

V,1,2621

How bloodily the sun begins to peer
Above yon busky hill! the day looks pale...

16

V,1,2628

Then with the losers let it sympathize,
For nothing can seem foul to those that win....

17

V,1,2650

You have not sought it! how comes it, then?

18

V,1,2695

These things indeed you have articulate,
Proclaim'd at market-crosses, read in churches,...

19

V,1,2724

And, Prince of Wales, so dare we venture thee,
Albeit considerations infinite...

20

V,1,2742

Hence, therefore, every leader to his charge;
For, on their answer, will we set on them:...

21

V,4,2950

I prithee,
Harry, withdraw thyself; thou bleed'st too much....

22

V,4,2956

I will do so.
My Lord of Westmoreland, lead him to his tent.

23

V,4,2971

I saw him hold Lord Percy at the point
With lustier maintenance than I did look for...

24

V,4,2982

The king himself; who, Douglas, grieves at heart
So many of his shadows thou hast met...

25

V,4,3002

Stay, and breathe awhile:
Thou hast redeem'd thy lost opinion,...

26

V,4,3013

Make up to Clifton: I'll to Sir Nicholas Gawsey.

27

V,5,3142

Thus ever did rebellion find rebuke.
Ill-spirited Worcester! did not we send grace,...

28

V,5,3155

Bear Worcester to the death and Vernon too:
Other offenders we will pause upon....

29

V,5,3167

With all my heart.

30

V,5,3177

Then this remains, that we divide our power.
You, son John, and my cousin Westmoreland...

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