Speeches (Lines) for Duke of Suffolk
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 30

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,2,1031

How is the king employ'd?

2

II,2,1037

No, his conscience
Has crept too near another lady.

3

II,2,1043

Pray God he do! he'll never know himself else.

4

II,2,1065

And free us from his slavery.

5

II,2,1072

For me, my lords,
I love him not, nor fear him; there's my creed:...

6

II,2,1090

How sad he looks! sure, he is much afflicted.

7

II,2,1122

[Aside to NORFOLK] Not to speak of:
I would not be so sick though for his place:...

8

II,2,1127

[Aside to NORFOLK] I another.

9

III,2,1838

Which of the peers
Have uncontemn'd gone by him, or at least...

10

III,2,1864

Most strangely.

11

III,2,1866

The cardinal's letters to the pope miscarried,
And came to the eye o' the king: wherein was read,...

12

III,2,1874

Believe it.

13

III,2,1882

May you be happy in your wish, my lord
For, I profess, you have it.

14

III,2,1886

My amen to't!

15

III,2,1888

There's order given for her coronation:
Marry, this is yet but young, and may be left...

16

III,2,1899

No, no;
There be moe wasps that buzz about his nose...

17

III,2,1911

He is return'd in his opinions; which
Have satisfied the king for his divorce,...

18

III,2,1922

He has; and we shall see him
For it an archbishop.

19

III,2,1925

'Tis so.
The cardinal!

20

III,2,1951

May be, he hears the king
Does whet his anger to him.

21

III,2,1971

The king, the king!

22

III,2,2123

Who dare cross 'em,
Bearing the king's will from his mouth expressly?

23

III,2,2217

Then that, without the knowledge
Either of king or council, when you went...

24

III,2,2225

That, out of mere ambition, you have caused
Your holy hat to be stamp'd on the king's coin.

25

III,2,2240

Lord cardinal, the king's further pleasure is,
Because all those things you have done of late,...

26

V,1,2845

Sir, I did never win of you before.

27

V,1,2859

God safely quit her of her burthen, and
With gentle travail, to the gladding of...

28

V,1,2867

I wish your highness
A quiet night; and my good mistress will...

29

V,3,3107

Nay, my lord,
That cannot be: you are a counsellor,...

30

V,3,3177

'Tis the right ring, by heaven: I told ye all,
When ye first put this dangerous stone a-rolling,...

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