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

Total: 34

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

III,1,1705

Go call the Earls of Surrey and of Warwick;
But, ere they come, bid them o'er-read these letters...

2

III,1,1738

Is it good morrow, lords?

3

III,1,1740

Why then, good morrow to you all, my lords.
Have you read o'er the letters that I sent you?

4

III,1,1743

Then you perceive the body of our kingdom
How foul it is; what rank diseases grow,...

5

III,1,1750

O God! that one might read the book of fate,
And see the revolution of the times...

6

III,1,1798

Are these things then necessities?
Then let us meet them like necessities;...

7

III,1,1814

I will take your counsel.
And, were these inward wars once out of hand,...

8

IV,4,2746

Now, lords, if God doth give successful end
To this debate that bleedeth at our doors,...

9

IV,4,2758

Humphrey, my son of Gloucester,
Where is the Prince your brother?

10

IV,4,2762

And how accompanied?

11

IV,4,2764

Is not his brother, Thomas of Clarence, with him?

12

IV,4,2767

Nothing but well to thee, Thomas of Clarence.
How chance thou art not with the Prince thy brother?...

13

IV,4,2798

Why art thou not at Windsor with him, Thomas?

14

IV,4,2800

And how accompanied? Canst thou tell that?

15

IV,4,2802

Most subject is the fattest soil to weeds;
And he, the noble image of my youth,...

16

IV,4,2827

'Tis seldom when the bee doth leave her comb
In the dead carrion....

17

IV,4,2841

O Westmoreland, thou art a summer bird,
Which ever in the haunch of winter sings...

18

IV,4,2854

And wherefore should these good news make me sick?
Will Fortune never come with both hands full,...

19

IV,4,2884

I pray you take me up, and bear me hence
Into some other chamber. Softly, pray. Exeunt

20

IV,5,2887

Let there be no noise made, my gentle friends;
Unless some dull and favourable hand...

21

IV,5,2891

Set me the crown upon my pillow here.

22

IV,5,2937

Warwick! Gloucester! Clarence!

23

IV,5,2941

Why did you leave me here alone, my lords?

24

IV,5,2944

The Prince of Wales! Where is he? Let me see him.
He is not here.

25

IV,5,2949

Where is the crown? Who took it from my pillow?

26

IV,5,2951

The Prince hath ta'en it hence. Go, seek him out.
Is he so hasty that he doth suppose...

27

IV,5,2982

But wherefore did he take away the crown?
[Re-enter PRINCE HENRY]...

28

IV,5,2988

Thy wish was father, Harry, to that thought.
I stay too long by thee, I weary thee....

29

IV,5,3073

O my son,
God put it in thy mind to take it hence,...

30

IV,5,3122

Look, look, here comes my John of Lancaster.

31

IV,5,3124

Thou bring'st me happiness and peace, son John;
But health, alack, with youthful wings is flown...

32

IV,5,3130

Doth any name particular belong
Unto the lodging where I first did swoon?

33

IV,5,3133

Laud be to God! Even there my life must end.
It hath been prophesied to me many years,...

34

V,2,3292

This new and gorgeous garment, majesty,
Sits not so easy on me as you think....

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