Speeches (Lines) for Sir Robert Brakenbury
in "Richard III"

Total: 16

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,89

I beseech your graces both to pardon me;
His majesty hath straitly given in charge...

2

I,1,102

With this, my lord, myself have nought to do.

3

I,1,106

What one, my lord?

4

I,1,108

I beseech your grace to pardon me, and withal
Forbear your conference with the noble duke.

5

I,4,834

Why looks your grace so heavily today?

6

I,4,841

What was your dream? I long to hear you tell it.

7

I,4,867

Had you such leisure in the time of death
To gaze upon the secrets of the deep?

8

I,4,875

Awaked you not with this sore agony?

9

I,4,897

No marvel, my lord, though it affrighted you;
I promise, I am afraid to hear you tell it.

10

I,4,908

I will, my lord: God give your grace good rest!
[CLARENCE sleeps]...

11

I,4,920

In God's name what are you, and how came you hither?

12

I,4,922

Yea, are you so brief?

13

I,4,926

I am, in this, commanded to deliver
The noble Duke of Clarence to your hands:...

14

IV,1,2482

Right well, dear madam. By your patience,
I may not suffer you to visit them;...

15

IV,1,2486

I cry you mercy: I mean the lord protector.

16

IV,1,2494

No, madam, no; I may not leave it so:
I am bound by oath, and therefore pardon me.

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