Speeches (Lines) for Huntsman in "History of Henry VI, Part III"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 IV / 5
  • This way, my lord; for this way lies the game.
  • This way, my lord; for this way lies the game.
  • Richard III. Now, my Lord Hastings and Sir William Stanley,
    Leave off to wonder why I drew you hither,
    Into this chiefest thicket of the park.
    Thus stands the case: you know our king, my brother,
    Is prisoner to the bishop here, at whose hands
    He hath good usage and great liberty,
    And, often but attended with weak guard,
    Comes hunting this way to disport himself.
    I have advertised him by secret means
    That if about this hour he make his way
    Under the colour of his usual game,
    He shall here find his friends with horse and men
    To set him free from his captivity.

    Huntsman. This way, my lord; for this way lies the game.

2 IV / 5
  • Better do so than tarry and be hang'd.
  • Better do so than tarry and be hang'd.
  • King Edward IV (Plantagenet). Huntsman, what say'st thou? wilt thou go along?

    Huntsman. Better do so than tarry and be hang'd.

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