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

Total: 22

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,2,1823

Good morrow, good cousin Shallow.

2

III,2,1827

Alas, a black ousel, cousin Shallow!

3

III,2,1831

Indeed, sir, to my cost.

4

III,2,1836

You were call'd 'lusty Shallow' then, cousin.

5

III,2,1851

This Sir John, cousin, that comes hither anon about
soldiers?

6

III,2,1861

We shall all follow, cousin.

7

III,2,1867

By my troth, I was not there.

8

III,2,1870

Dead, sir.

9

III,2,1880

Thereafter as they be—a score of good ewes may be
ten pounds.

10

III,2,1885

Here come two of Sir John Falstaffs men, as I think.

11

III,2,1937

Your good worship is welcome.

12

III,2,2064

That's fifty-five year ago.

13

V,3,3411

Ah, sirrah! quoth-a—we shall [Singing]
Do nothing but eat and make good cheer,
And praise God for the merry year;
When flesh is cheap and females dear,
And lusty lads roam here and there,
So merrily,
And ever among so merrily.

14

V,3,3431

[Singing]
Be merry, be merry, my wife has all;
For women are shrews, both short and tall;
'Tis merry in hall when beards wag an;
And welcome merry Shrove-tide.
Be merry, be merry.

15

V,3,3439

Who, I? I have been merry twice and once ere now.

16

V,3,3445

[Singing]
A cup of wine that's brisk and fine,
And drink unto the leman mine;
And a merry heart lives long-a.

17

V,3,3450

An we shall be merry, now comes in the sweet o' th'

18

V,3,3453

[Singing]
Fill the cup, and let it come,
I'll pledge you a mile to th' bottom.

19

V,3,3480

[Singing]
Do me right,
And dub me knight.
Samingo.
Is't not so?

20

V,3,3486

Is't so? Why then, say an old man can do somewhat.

21

V,3,3499

By'r lady, I think 'a be, but goodman Puff of Barson.

22

V,3,3512

[Singing] And Robin Hood, Scarlet, and John.

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