Speeches (Lines) for Earl of Surrey
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 24

---
# Act, Scene, Line
(Click to see in context)
Speech text

1

III,2,1834

I am joyful
To meet the least occasion that may give me...

2

III,2,1855

Sir,
I should be glad to hear such news as this...

3

III,2,1862

How came
His practises to light?

4

III,2,1865

O, how, how?

5

III,2,1873

Has the king this?

6

III,2,1875

Will this work?

7

III,2,1881

Would he had!

8

III,2,1884

Now, all my joy
Trace the conjunction!

9

III,2,1895

But, will the king
Digest this letter of the cardinal's?...

10

III,2,1953

Sharp enough,
Lord, for thy justice!

11

III,2,1968

I would 'twere something that would fret the string,
The master-cord on's heart!

12

III,2,2038

[Aside] The Lord increase this business!

13

III,2,2140

The king, that gave it.

14

III,2,2142

Thou art a proud traitor, priest.

15

III,2,2146

Thy ambition,
Thou scarlet sin, robb'd this bewailing land...

16

III,2,2169

By my soul,
Your long coat, priest, protects you; thou...

17

III,2,2180

Yes, that goodness
Of gleaning all the land's wealth into one,...

18

III,2,2201

This cannot save you:
I thank my memory, I yet remember...

19

III,2,2209

I had rather want those than my head. Have at you!
First, that, without the king's assent or knowledge,...

20

III,2,2221

Item, you sent a large commission
To Gregory de Cassado, to conclude,...

21

III,2,2227

Then that you have sent innumerable substance—
By what means got, I leave to your own conscience—...

22

III,2,2239

I forgive him.

23

V,3,3176

'Tis no counterfeit.

24

V,3,3213

May it please your grace,—

Return to the "Henry VIII" menu

Plays + Sonnets + Poems + Concordance + Character Search + Advanced Search + About OSS