Speeches (Lines) for Gower in "History of Henry IV, Part II"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 II / 1
  • The King, my lord, and Harry Prince of Wales
    Are near at hand. The rest the...
  • The King, my lord, and Harry Prince of Wales
    Are near at hand. The rest the paper tells. [Gives a letter]
  • Lord Chief Justice. Now, Master Gower, what news?

    Gower. The King, my lord, and Harry Prince of Wales
    Are near at hand. The rest the paper tells. [Gives a letter]

2 II / 1
  • At Basingstoke, my lord.
  • At Basingstoke, my lord.
  • Lord Chief Justice. Where lay the King to-night?

    Gower. At Basingstoke, my lord.

3 II / 1
  • No; fifteen hundred foot, five hundred horse,
    Are march'd up to my Lord of L...
  • No; fifteen hundred foot, five hundred horse,
    Are march'd up to my Lord of Lancaster,
    Against Northumberland and the Archbishop.
  • Lord Chief Justice. Come all his forces back?

    Gower. No; fifteen hundred foot, five hundred horse,
    Are march'd up to my Lord of Lancaster,
    Against Northumberland and the Archbishop.

4 II / 1
  • I must wait upon my good lord here, I thank you, good
    John.
  • I must wait upon my good lord here, I thank you, good
    John.
  • Falstaff. Master Gower, shall I entreat you with me to dinner?

    Gower. I must wait upon my good lord here, I thank you, good
    John.

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