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

Total: 10

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,3,1357

We will rather sleep than talk: we know what
belongs to a watch.

2

III,3,1364

How if they will not?

3

III,3,1368

Well, sir.

4

III,3,1373

If we know him to be a thief, shall we not lay
hands on him?

5

III,3,1384

How if the nurse be asleep and will not hear us?

6

III,3,1403

Well, masters, we hear our charge: let us go sit here
upon the church-bench till two, and then all to bed.

7

III,3,1412

[Aside] Peace! stir not.

8

III,3,1422

[Aside] Some treason, masters: yet stand close.

9

III,3,1439

[Aside] I know that Deformed; a' has been a vile
thief this seven year; a' goes up and down like a
gentleman: I remember his name.

10

IV,2,2036

This is all.

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