Speeches (Lines) for Lords in "History of Richard III"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 V / 3
  • Good morrow, Richmond!
  • Good morrow, Richmond!
  • Richard III. By the apostle Paul, shadows to-night
    Have struck more terror to the soul of Richard
    Than can the substance of ten thousand soldiers
    Armed in proof, and led by shallow Richmond.
    It is not yet near day. Come, go with me;
    Under our tents I'll play the eaves-dropper,
    To see if any mean to shrink from me.

    Lords. Good morrow, Richmond!

2 V / 3
  • How have you slept, my lord?
  • How have you slept, my lord?
  • Richmond (Henry VII). Cry mercy, lords and watchful gentlemen,
    That you have ta'en a tardy sluggard here.

    Lords. How have you slept, my lord?

3 V / 3
  • Upon the stroke of four.
  • Upon the stroke of four.
  • Richmond (Henry VII). The sweetest sleep, and fairest-boding dreams
    That ever enter'd in a drowsy head,
    Have I since your departure had, my lords.
    Methought their souls, whose bodies Richard murder'd,
    Came to my tent, and cried on victory:
    I promise you, my soul is very jocund
    In the remembrance of so fair a dream.
    How far into the morning is it, lords?

    Lords. Upon the stroke of four.

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