Speeches (Lines) for Sir Thomas Lovell
in "Henry VIII"

Total: 21

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1

I,3,590

Faith, my lord,
I hear of none, but the new proclamation...

2

I,3,594

The reformation of our travell'd gallants,
That fill the court with quarrels, talk, and tailors.

3

I,3,599

They must either,
For so run the conditions, leave those remnants...

4

I,3,616

Ay, marry,
There will be woe indeed, lords: the sly whoresons...

5

I,3,632

To the cardinal's:
Your lordship is a guest too.

6

I,3,638

That churchman bears a bounteous mind indeed,
A hand as fruitful as the land that feeds us;...

7

I,4,675

O, that your lordship were but now confessor
To one or two of these!

8

I,4,679

Faith, how easy?

9

I,4,801

Yes, my lord.

10

II,1,913

I do beseech your grace, for charity,
If ever any malice in your heart...

11

II,1,930

To the water side I must conduct your grace;
Then give my charge up to Sir Nicholas Vaux,...

12

V,1,2784

Came you from the king, my lord

13

V,1,2787

I must to him too,
Before he go to bed. I'll take my leave.

14

V,1,2796

My lord, I love you;
And durst commend a secret to your ear...

15

V,1,2805

Methinks I could
Cry the amen; and yet my conscience says...

16

V,1,2816

Now, sir, you speak of two
The most remark'd i' the kingdom. As for Cromwell,...

17

V,1,2840

Many good nights, my lord: I rest your servant.

18

V,1,2849

I could not personally deliver to her
What you commanded me, but by her woman...

19

V,1,2856

So said her woman; and that her sufferance made
Almost each pang a death.

20

V,1,2881

[Aside] This is about that which the bishop spake:
I am happily come hither.

21

V,1,2988

Sir?

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