Speeches (Lines) for Hostess Quickly
in "Henry IV, Part I"

Total: 24

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

II,4,1269

O Jesu, my lord the prince!

2

II,4,1272

Marry, my lord, there is a nobleman of the court at
door would speak with you: he says he comes from...

3

II,4,1278

An old man.

4

II,4,1373

O Jesu, this is excellent sport, i' faith!

5

II,4,1375

O, the father, how he holds his countenance!

6

II,4,1378

O Jesu, he doth it as like one of these harlotry
players as ever I see!

7

II,4,1473

O Jesu, my lord, my lord!

8

II,4,1476

The sheriff and all the watch are at the door: they
are come to search the house. Shall I let them in?

9

III,3,2063

Why, Sir John, what do you think, Sir John? do you
think I keep thieves in my house? I have searched,...

10

III,3,2071

Who, I? no; I defy thee: God's light, I was never
called so in mine own house before.

11

III,3,2074

No, Sir John; You do not know me, Sir John. I know
you, Sir John: you owe me money, Sir John; and now...

12

III,3,2080

Now, as I am a true woman, holland of eight
shillings an ell. You owe money here besides, Sir...

13

III,3,2085

He? alas, he is poor; he hath nothing.

14

III,3,2092

O Jesu, I have heard the prince tell him, I know not
how oft, that ring was copper!

15

III,3,2102

My lord, I pray you, hear me.

16

III,3,2105

Good my lord, hear me.

17

III,3,2116

So I told him, my lord; and I said I heard your
grace say so: and, my lord, he speaks most vilely...

18

III,3,2121

There's neither faith, truth, nor womanhood in me else.

19

III,3,2127

Say, what thing? what thing?

20

III,3,2129

I am no thing to thank God on, I would thou
shouldst know it; I am an honest man's wife: and,...

21

III,3,2135

Say, what beast, thou knave, thou?

22

III,3,2140

Thou art an unjust man in saying so: thou or any
man knows where to have me, thou knave, thou!

23

III,3,2143

So he doth you, my lord; and said this other day you
ought him a thousand pound.

24

III,3,2148

Nay, my lord, he called you Jack, and said he would
cudgel you.

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