Speeches (Lines) for King of France
in "Henry V"

Total: 19

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# Act, Scene, Line
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1

II,4,897

Thus comes the English with full power upon us;
And more than carefully it us concerns...

2

II,4,947

Think we King Harry strong;
And, princes, look you strongly arm to meet him....

3

II,4,967

We'll give them present audience. Go, and bring them.
[Exeunt Messenger and certain Lords]...

4

II,4,978

From our brother England?

5

II,4,999

Or else what follows?

6

II,4,1016

For us, we will consider of this further:
To-morrow shall you bear our full intent...

7

II,4,1044

To-morrow shall you know our mind at full.

8

II,4,1048

You shall be soon dispatch's with fair conditions:
A night is but small breath and little pause...

9

III,5,1391

'Tis certain he hath pass'd the river Somme.

10

III,5,1426

Where is Montjoy the herald? speed him hence:
Let him greet England with our sharp defiance....

11

III,5,1452

Therefore, lord constable, haste on Montjoy.
And let him say to England that we send...

12

III,5,1457

Be patient, for you shall remain with us.
Now forth, lord constable and princes all,...

13

V,2,2990

Right joyous are we to behold your face,
Most worthy brother England; fairly met:...

14

V,2,3059

I have but with a cursorary eye
O'erglanced the articles: pleaseth your grace...

15

V,2,3303

Yes, my lord, you see them perspectively, the cities
turned into a maid; for they are all girdled with...

16

V,2,3307

So please you.

17

V,2,3311

We have consented to all terms of reason.

18

V,2,3324

Nor this I have not, brother, so denied,
But your request shall make me let it pass.

19

V,2,3329

Take her, fair son, and from her blood raise up
Issue to me; that the contending kingdoms...

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