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

Total: 21

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1

IV,1,2231

Health and fair greeting from our general,
The Prince, Lord John and Duke of Lancaster.

2

IV,1,2235

Then, my lord,
Unto your Grace do I in chief address...

3

IV,1,2293

When ever yet was your appeal denied;
Wherein have you been galled by the King;...

4

IV,1,2302

There is no need of any such redress;
Or if there were, it not belongs to you.

5

IV,1,2309

O my good Lord Mowbray,
Construe the times to their necessities,...

6

IV,1,2336

You speak, Lord Mowbray, now you know not what.
The Earl of Hereford was reputed then...

7

IV,1,2355

Mowbray. you overween to take it so.
This offer comes from mercy, not from fear;...

8

IV,1,2366

That argues but the shame of your offence:
A rotten case abides no handling.

9

IV,1,2372

That is intended in the general's name.
I muse you make so slight a question.

10

IV,1,2384

This will I show the general. Please you, lords,
In sight of both our battles we may meet;...

11

IV,1,2435

The Prince is here at hand. Pleaseth your
To meet his Grace just distance 'tween our armies?

12

IV,2,2495

Pleaseth your Grace to answer them directly
How far forth you do like their articles.

13

IV,2,2517

I pledge your Grace; and if you knew what pains
I have bestow'd to breed this present peace,...

14

IV,2,2522

I am glad of it.
Health to my lord and gentle cousin, Mowbray.

15

IV,2,2528

Therefore be merry, coz; since sudden sorrow
Serves to say thus, 'Some good thing comes to-morrow.'

16

IV,2,2551

The leaders, having charge from you to stand,
Will not go off until they hear you speak.

17

IV,2,2559

Good tidings, my Lord Hastings; for the which
I do arrest thee, traitor, of high treason;...

18

IV,2,2564

Is your assembly so?

19

IV,3,2666

Retreat is made, and execution stay'd.

20

IV,4,2831

Health to my sovereign, and new happiness
Added to that that am to deliver!...

21

IV,4,2866

My sovereign lord, cheer up yourself, look up.

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