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

Total: 25

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1

I,3,605

Thus have you heard our cause and known our means;
And, my most noble friends, I pray you all...

2

I,3,630

'Tis very true, Lord Bardolph; for indeed
It was young Hotspur's case at Shrewsbury.

3

I,3,681

That he should draw his several strengths together
And come against us in full puissance...

4

I,3,692

Let us on,
And publish the occasion of our arms....

5

IV,1,2201

What is this forest call'd

6

IV,1,2203

Here stand, my lords, and send discoverers forth
To know the numbers of our enemies.

7

IV,1,2206

'Tis well done.
My friends and brethren in these great affairs,...

8

IV,1,2229

What well-appointed leader fronts us here?

9

IV,1,2233

Say on, my Lord of Westmoreland, in peace,
What doth concern your coming.

10

IV,1,2258

Wherefore do I this? So the question stands.
Briefly to this end: we are all diseas'd...

11

IV,1,2299

My brother general, the commonwealth,
To brother horn an household cruelty,...

12

IV,1,2374

Then take, my Lord of Westmoreland, this schedule,
For this contains our general grievances....

13

IV,1,2389

My lord, we will do so. Exit WESTMORELAND

14

IV,1,2404

No, no, my lord. Note this: the King is weary
Of dainty and such picking grievances;...

15

IV,1,2427

'Tis very true;
And therefore be assur'd, my good Lord Marshal,...

16

IV,1,2439

Before, and greet his Grace. My lord, we come.

17

IV,2,2472

Good my Lord of Lancaster,
I am not here against your father's peace;...

18

IV,2,2509

I take your princely word for these redresses.

19

IV,2,2516

To you, my noble Lord of Westmoreland.

20

IV,2,2521

I do not doubt you.

21

IV,2,2526

Against ill chances men are ever merry;
But heaviness foreruns the good event.

22

IV,2,2530

Believe me, I am passing light in spirit.

23

IV,2,2536

A peace is of the nature of a conquest;
For then both parties nobly are subdu'd,...

24

IV,2,2545

Go, good Lord Hastings,
And, ere they be dismiss'd, let them march by.

25

IV,2,2565

Will you thus break your faith?

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