Speeches (Lines) for First Attendant in "Antony and Cleopatra"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 I / 2
  • The man from Sicyon,--is there such an one?
  • The man from Sicyon,--is there such an one?
  • ANTONY. From Sicyon, ho, the news! Speak there!

    First Attendant. The man from Sicyon,--is there such an one?

2 III / 13
  • Soundly, my lord.
  • Soundly, my lord.
  • ANTONY. To let a fellow that will take rewards
    And say 'God quit you!' be familiar with
    My playfellow, your hand; this kingly seal
    And plighter of high hearts! O, that I were
    Upon the hill of Basan, to outroar
    The horned herd! for I have savage cause;
    And to proclaim it civilly, were like
    A halter'd neck which does the hangman thank
    For being yare about him.
    [Re-enter Attendants with THYREUS]
    Is he whipp'd?

    First Attendant. Soundly, my lord.

3 III / 13
  • He did ask favour.
  • He did ask favour.
  • ANTONY. Cried he? and begg'd a' pardon?

    First Attendant. He did ask favour.

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