Speeches (Lines) for Verges
in "Much Ado about Nothing"

Total: 18

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,3,1324

Yea, or else it were pity but they should suffer
salvation, body and soul.

2

III,3,1329

Well, give them their charge, neighbour Dogberry.

3

III,3,1351

If he will not stand when he is bidden, he is none
of the prince's subjects.

4

III,3,1379

You have been always called a merciful man, partner.

5

III,3,1382

If you hear a child cry in the night, you must call
to the nurse and bid her still it.

6

III,3,1388

'Tis very true.

7

III,3,1392

Nay, by'r our lady, that I think a' cannot.

8

III,3,1398

By'r lady, I think it be so.

9

III,5,1586

Yes, in truth it is, sir.

10

III,5,1592

Yes, I thank God I am as honest as any man living
that is an old man and no honester than I.

11

III,5,1605

And so am I.

12

III,5,1607

Marry, sir, our watch to-night, excepting your
worship's presence, ha' ta'en a couple of as arrant
knaves as any in Messina.

13

III,5,1636

And we must do it wisely.

14

IV,2,1985

O, a stool and a cushion for the sexton.

15

IV,2,1988

Nay, that's certain; we have the exhibition to examine.

16

IV,2,2029

Yea, by mass, that it is.

17

IV,2,2046

Let them be in the hands—

18

V,1,2328

Here, here comes master Signior Leonato, and the
Sexton too.

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