Speeches (Lines) for Pisanio
in "Cymbeline"

Total: 58

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

I,1,208

My lord your son drew on my master.

2

I,1,211

There might have been,
But that my master rather play'd than fought...

3

I,1,221

On his command: he would not suffer me
To bring him to the haven; left these notes...

4

I,1,228

I humbly thank your highness.

5

I,3,276

It was his queen, his queen!

6

I,3,278

And kiss'd it, madam.

7

I,3,281

No, madam; for so long
As he could make me with this eye or ear...

8

I,3,291

Madam, so I did.

9

I,3,299

Be assured, madam,
With his next vantage.

10

I,3,319

Madam, I shall.

11

I,5,597

And shall do:
But when to my good lord I prove untrue,...

12

I,6,612

Madam, a noble gentleman of Rome,
Comes from my lord with letters.

13

I,6,666

I was going, sir,
To give him welcome.

14

II,3,1153

'Twill not be lost.

15

III,2,1507

How? of adultery? Wherefore write you not
What monster's her accuser? Leonatus,...

16

III,2,1534

Madam, here is a letter from my lord.

17

III,2,1580

One score 'twixt sun and sun,
Madam, 's enough for you:...

18

III,2,1593

Madam, you're best consider.

19

III,4,1738

Please you, read;
And you shall find me, wretched man, a thing...

20

III,4,1753

What shall I need to draw my sword? the paper
Hath cut her throat already. No, 'tis slander,...

21

III,4,1767

Alas, good lady!

22

III,4,1780

Good madam, hear me.

23

III,4,1797

Hence, vile instrument!
Thou shalt not damn my hand.

24

III,4,1826

O gracious lady,
Since I received command to do this business...

25

III,4,1830

I'll wake mine eye-balls blind first.

26

III,4,1840

But to win time
To lose so bad employment; in the which...

27

III,4,1848

Then, madam,
I thought you would not back again.

28

III,4,1852

Not so, neither:
But if I were as wise as honest, then...

29

III,4,1859

No, on my life.
I'll give but notice you are dead and send him...

30

III,4,1868

If you'll back to the court—

31

III,4,1873

If not at court,
Then not in Britain must you bide.

32

III,4,1881

I am most glad
You think of other place. The ambassador,...

33

III,4,1896

Well, then, here's the point:
You must forget to be a woman; change...

34

III,4,1912

First, make yourself but like one.
Fore-thinking this, I have already fit—...

35

III,4,1931

Well, madam, we must take a short farewell,
Lest, being miss'd, I be suspected of...

36

III,5,2051

O, good my lord!

37

III,5,2058

Alas, my lord,
How can she be with him? When was she missed?...

38

III,5,2064

O, my all-worthy lord!

39

III,5,2070

Then, sir,
This paper is the history of my knowledge...

40

III,5,2076

[Aside] Or this, or perish.
She's far enough; and what he learns by this...

41

III,5,2080

[Aside] I'll write to my lord she's dead. O Imogen,
Safe mayst thou wander, safe return again!

42

III,5,2083

Sir, as I think.

43

III,5,2092

Well, my good lord.

44

III,5,2098

Sir, I will.

45

III,5,2101

I have, my lord, at my lodging, the same suit he
wore when he took leave of my lady and mistress.

46

III,5,2105

I shall, my lord.

47

III,5,2126

Ay, my noble lord.

48

III,5,2128

She can scarce be there yet.

49

III,5,2136

Thou bid'st me to my loss: for true to thee
Were to prove false, which I will never be,...

50

IV,3,2838

Sir, my life is yours;
I humbly set it at your will; but, for my mistress,...

51

IV,3,2870

I heard no letter from my master since
I wrote him Imogen was slain: 'tis strange:...

52

V,5,3377

He hath been search'd among the dead and living,
But no trace of him.

53

V,5,3523

[Aside]. It is my mistress:
Since she is living, let the time run on...

54

V,5,3641

O, gentlemen, help!
Mine and your mistress! O, my lord Posthumus!...

55

V,5,3647

Wake, my mistress!

56

V,5,3650

How fares thy mistress?

57

V,5,3655

Lady,
The gods throw stones of sulphur on me, if...

58

V,5,3702

My lord,
Now fear is from me, I'll speak troth. Lord Cloten,...

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