Speeches (Lines) for Autolycus
in "Winter's Tale"

Total: 67

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

IV,3,1724

When daffodils begin to peer,
With heigh! the doxy over the dale,...

2

IV,3,1759

[Aside]
If the springe hold, the cock's mine.

3

IV,3,1775

O that ever I was born!

4

IV,3,1778

O, help me, help me! pluck but off these rags; and
then, death, death!

5

IV,3,1782

O sir, the loathsomeness of them offends me more
than the stripes I have received, which are mighty...

6

IV,3,1787

I am robbed, sir, and beaten; my money and apparel
ta'en from me, and these detestable things put upon...

7

IV,3,1791

A footman, sweet sir, a footman.

8

IV,3,1796

O, good sir, tenderly, O!

9

IV,3,1798

O, good sir, softly, good sir! I fear, sir, my
shoulder-blade is out.

10

IV,3,1801

[Picking his pocket]
Softly, dear sir; good sir, softly. You ha' done me...

11

IV,3,1805

No, good sweet sir; no, I beseech you, sir: I have
a kinsman not past three quarters of a mile hence,...

12

IV,3,1811

A fellow, sir, that I have known to go about with
troll-my-dames; I knew him once a servant of the...

13

IV,3,1818

Vices, I would say, sir. I know this man well: he
hath been since an ape-bearer; then a...

14

IV,3,1827

Very true, sir; he, sir, he; that's the rogue that
put me into this apparel.

15

IV,3,1831

I must confess to you, sir, I am no fighter: I am
false of heart that way; and that he knew, I warrant...

16

IV,3,1835

Sweet sir, much better than I was; I can stand and
walk: I will even take my leave of you, and pace...

17

IV,3,1839

No, good-faced sir; no, sweet sir.

18

IV,3,1842

Prosper you, sweet sir!
[Exit Clown]...

19

IV,4,2109

Lawn as white as driven snow;
Cyprus black as e'er was crow;...

20

IV,4,2140

And indeed, sir, there are cozeners abroad;
therefore it behoves men to be wary.

21

IV,4,2143

I hope so, sir; for I have about me many parcels of charge.

22

IV,4,2147

Here's one to a very doleful tune, how a usurer's
wife was brought to bed of twenty money-bags at a...

23

IV,4,2152

Very true, and but a month old.

24

IV,4,2154

Here's the midwife's name to't, one Mistress
Tale-porter, and five or six honest wives that were...

25

IV,4,2160

Here's another ballad of a fish, that appeared upon
the coast on Wednesday the four-score of April,...

26

IV,4,2168

Five justices' hands at it, and witnesses more than
my pack will hold.

27

IV,4,2171

This is a merry ballad, but a very pretty one.

28

IV,4,2173

Why, this is a passing merry one and goes to
the tune of 'Two maids wooing a man:' there's...

29

IV,4,2180

I can bear my part; you must know 'tis my
occupation; have at it with you.

30

IV,4,2183

Get you hence, for I must go
Where it fits not you to know.

31

IV,4,2193

Neither.

32

IV,4,2195

Neither.

33

IV,4,2205

And you shall pay well for 'em.
[Follows singing]...

34

IV,4,2556

Ha, ha! what a fool Honesty is! and Trust, his
sworn brother, a very simple gentleman! I have sold...

35

IV,4,2592

If they have overheard me now, why, hanging.

36

IV,4,2595

I am a poor fellow, sir.

37

IV,4,2603

I am a poor fellow, sir.
[Aside]...

38

IV,4,2608

Are you in earnest, sir?
[Aside]...

39

IV,4,2612

Indeed, I have had earnest: but I cannot with
conscience take it.

40

IV,4,2633

Adieu, sir.

41

IV,4,2646

I understand the business, I hear it: to have an
open ear, a quick eye, and a nimble hand, is...

42

IV,4,2683

[Aside] Very wisely, puppies!

43

IV,4,2686

[Aside] I know not what impediment this complaint
may be to the flight of my master.

44

IV,4,2689

[Aside] Though I am not naturally honest, I am so
sometimes by chance: let me pocket up my pedlar's excrement....

45

IV,4,2694

Your affairs there, what, with whom, the condition
of that fardel, the place of your dwelling, your...

46

IV,4,2699

A lie; you are rough and hairy. Let me have no
lying: it becomes none but tradesmen, and they...

47

IV,4,2707

Whether it like me or no, I am a courtier. Seest
thou not the air of the court in these enfoldings?...

48

IV,4,2718

What advocate hast thou to him?

49

IV,4,2723

How blessed are we that are not simple men!
Yet nature might have made me as these are,...

50

IV,4,2732

The fardel there? what's i' the fardel?
Wherefore that box?

51

IV,4,2738

Age, thou hast lost thy labour.

52

IV,4,2740

The king is not at the palace; he is gone aboard a
new ship to purge melancholy and air himself: for,...

53

IV,4,2746

If that shepherd be not in hand-fast, let him fly:
the curses he shall have, the tortures he shall...

54

IV,4,2750

Not he alone shall suffer what wit can make heavy
and vengeance bitter; but those that are germane to...

55

IV,4,2761

He has a son, who shall be flayed alive; then
'nointed over with honey, set on the head of a...

56

IV,4,2787

After I have done what I promised?

57

IV,4,2789

Well, give me the moiety. Are you a party in this business?

58

IV,4,2792

O, that's the case of the shepherd's son: hang him,
he'll be made an example.

59

IV,4,2800

I will trust you. Walk before toward the sea-side;
go on the right hand: I will but look upon the...

60

IV,4,2806

If I had a mind to be honest, I see Fortune would
not suffer me: she drops booties in my mouth. I am...

61

V,2,3108

Beseech you, sir, were you present at this relation?

62

V,2,3114

I would most gladly know the issue of it.

63

V,2,3222

Now, had I not the dash of my former life in me,
would preferment drop on my head. I brought the old...

64

V,2,3244

I know you are now, sir, a gentleman born.

65

V,2,3257

I humbly beseech you, sir, to pardon me all the
faults I have committed to your worship and to give...

66

V,2,3263

Ay, an it like your good worship.

67

V,2,3277

I will prove so, sir, to my power.

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