Speeches (Lines) for Third Messenger in "History of Richard III"

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# Act / Scene Speech text
1 IV / 4
  • My lord, the army of the Duke of Buckingham--
  • My lord, the army of the Duke of Buckingham--
  • Second Messenger. My liege, in Kent the Guildfords are in arms;
    And every hour more competitors
    Flock to their aid, and still their power increaseth.

    Third Messenger. My lord, the army of the Duke of Buckingham--

2 IV / 4
  • The news I have to tell your majesty
    Is, that by sudden floods and fall of w...
  • The news I have to tell your majesty
    Is, that by sudden floods and fall of waters,
    Buckingham's army is dispersed and scatter'd;
    And he himself wander'd away alone,
    No man knows whither.
  • Richard III. Out on you, owls! nothing but songs of death?
    [He striketh him]
    Take that, until thou bring me better news.

    Third Messenger. The news I have to tell your majesty
    Is, that by sudden floods and fall of waters,
    Buckingham's army is dispersed and scatter'd;
    And he himself wander'd away alone,
    No man knows whither.

3 IV / 4
  • Such proclamation hath been made, my liege.
  • Such proclamation hath been made, my liege.
  • Richard III. I cry thee mercy:
    There is my purse to cure that blow of thine.
    Hath any well-advised friend proclaim'd
    Reward to him that brings the traitor in?

    Third Messenger. Such proclamation hath been made, my liege.

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