Speeches (Lines) for Caius Lucius
in "Cymbeline"

Total: 25

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1

III,1,1412

When Julius Caesar, whose remembrance yet
Lives in men's eyes and will to ears and tongues...

2

III,1,1477

I am sorry, Cymbeline,
That I am to pronounce Augustus Caesar—...

3

III,1,1494

Let proof speak.

4

III,1,1502

So, sir.

5

III,5,1945

Thanks, royal sir.
My emperor hath wrote, I must from hence;...

6

III,5,1953

So, sir: I desire of you
A conduct over-land to Milford-Haven....

7

III,5,1960

Your hand, my lord.

8

III,5,1963

Sir, the event
Is yet to name the winner: fare you well.

9

IV,2,2744

But what from Rome?

10

IV,2,2750

When expect you them?

11

IV,2,2752

This forwardness
Makes our hopes fair. Command our present numbers...

12

IV,2,2763

Dream often so,
And never false. Soft, ho! what trunk is here...

13

IV,2,2772

He'll then instruct us of this body. Young one,
Inform us of thy fortunes, for it seems...

14

IV,2,2788

'Lack, good youth!
Thou movest no less with thy complaining than...

15

IV,2,2796

Thy name?

16

IV,2,2798

Thou dost approve thyself the very same:
Thy name well fits thy faith, thy faith thy name....

17

IV,2,2813

Ay, good youth!
And rather father thee than master thee....

18

V,2,3014

Away, boy, from the troops, and save thyself;
For friends kill friends, and the disorder's such...

19

V,2,3018

It is a day turn'd strangely: or betimes
Let's reinforce, or fly.

20

V,5,3458

Consider, sir, the chance of war: the day
Was yours by accident; had it gone with us,...

21

V,5,3487

I do not bid thee beg my life, good lad;
And yet I know thou wilt.

22

V,5,3493

The boy disdains me,
He leaves me, scorns me: briefly die their joys...

23

V,5,3867

Happy be you!

24

V,5,3902

Philarmonus!

25

V,5,3904

Read, and declare the meaning.

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