Speeches (Lines) for Keeper in "History of Henry VIII"

Total: 5
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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 V / 2
  • Yes, my lord;
    But yet I cannot help you.
  • Yes, my lord;
    But yet I cannot help you.
  • Archbishop Cranmer. I hope I am not too late; and yet the gentleman,
    That was sent to me from the council, pray'd me
    To make great haste. All fast? what means this? Ho!
    Who waits there? Sure, you know me?

    Keeper. Yes, my lord;
    But yet I cannot help you.

2 V / 2
  • Your grace must wait till you be call'd for.
  • Your grace must wait till you be call'd for.
  • Archbishop Cranmer. Why?

    Keeper. Your grace must wait till you be call'd for.

3 V / 3
  • Without, my noble lords?
  • Without, my noble lords?
  • Duke of Norfolk. Who waits there?

    Keeper. Without, my noble lords?

4 V / 3
  • My lord archbishop;
    And has done half an hour, to know your pleasures.
  • My lord archbishop;
    And has done half an hour, to know your pleasures.
  • Gardiner. Yes.

    Keeper. My lord archbishop;
    And has done half an hour, to know your pleasures.

5 V / 3
  • Your grace may enter now.
  • Your grace may enter now.
  • Lord Chancellor. Let him come in.

    Keeper. Your grace may enter now.

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