Speeches (Lines) for Second Lord
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 29

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,306

Thou art going to Lord Timon's feast?

2

I,1,308

Fare thee well, fare thee well.

3

I,1,310

Why, Apemantus?

4

I,1,316

Away, unpeaceable dog, or I'll spurn thee hence!

5

I,1,322

He pours it out; Plutus, the god of gold,
Is but his steward: no meed, but he repays...

6

I,1,329

Long may he live in fortunes! Shall we in?

7

I,2,394

Let it flow this way, my good lord.

8

I,2,448

Joy had the like conception in our eyes
And at that instant like a babe sprung up.

9

I,2,521

Our horses!

10

I,2,573

With more than common thanks I will receive it.

11

I,2,578

O, I beseech you, pardon me, my lord, in that.

12

I,2,596

So infinitely endear'd—

13

III,6,1439

I also wish it to you. I think this honourable lord
did but try us this other day.

14

III,6,1444

It should not be, by the persuasion of his new feasting.

15

III,6,1449

In like manner was I in debt to my importunate
business, but he would not hear my excuse. I am...

16

III,6,1455

Every man here's so. What would he have borrowed of
you?

17

III,6,1458

A thousand pieces!

18

III,6,1460

He sent to me, sir,—Here he comes.

19

III,6,1464

The swallow follows not summer more willing than we
your lordship.

20

III,6,1474

My noble lord,—

21

III,6,1476

My most honourable lord, I am e'en sick of shame,
that, when your lordship this other day sent to me,...

22

III,6,1480

If you had sent but two hours before,—

23

III,6,1484

All covered dishes!

24

III,6,1493

I pray you, upon what?

25

III,6,1496

This is the old man still.

26

III,6,1498

It does: but time will—and so—

27

III,6,1550

Know you the quality of Lord Timon's fury?

28

III,6,1557

Here 'tis.

29

III,6,1560

Lord Timon's mad.

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