Speeches (Lines) for Sir John Stanley in "History of Henry VI, Part II"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 II / 4
  • So am I given in charge, may't please your grace.
  • So am I given in charge, may't please your grace.
  • Duke of Gloucester. Must you, Sir John, protect my lady here?

    Sir John Stanley. So am I given in charge, may't please your grace.

2 II / 4
  • Why, madam, that is to the Isle of Man;
    There to be used according to your s...
  • Why, madam, that is to the Isle of Man;
    There to be used according to your state.
  • Eleanor. Art thou gone too? all comfort go with thee!
    For none abides with me: my joy is death;
    Death, at whose name I oft have been afear'd,
    Because I wish'd this world's eternity.
    Stanley, I prithee, go, and take me hence;
    I care not whither, for I beg no favour,
    Only convey me where thou art commanded.

    Sir John Stanley. Why, madam, that is to the Isle of Man;
    There to be used according to your state.

3 II / 4
  • Like to a duchess, and Duke Humphrey's lady;
    According to that state you sha...
  • Like to a duchess, and Duke Humphrey's lady;
    According to that state you shall be used.
  • Eleanor. That's bad enough, for I am but reproach:
    And shall I then be used reproachfully?

    Sir John Stanley. Like to a duchess, and Duke Humphrey's lady;
    According to that state you shall be used.

4 II / 4
  • Madam, your penance done, throw off this sheet,
    And go we to attire you for...
  • Madam, your penance done, throw off this sheet,
    And go we to attire you for our journey.
  • Eleanor. Ay, ay, farewell; thy office is discharged.
    Come, Stanley, shall we go?

    Sir John Stanley. Madam, your penance done, throw off this sheet,
    And go we to attire you for our journey.

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