Anthony

The character of Anthony appears in the following play(s):

Play Name Genre Buy Part
Anthonie, and Cleopatra Tragedy

Speeches By Anthony

Code Play Lines First Line  
M-360 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 22 Ah, thou Spell! Avaunt.
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M-361 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 21 All is lost,
(This foule Egyptian hath betrayed me:)
M-362 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 24 Hearke, the Land bids me tread no more upon't,
(I have fled my selfe, and have instructed cowards)
M-363 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 32 I will oíre-take thee Cleopatra, and
(I have livíd in such dishonour, that the Gods)
M-364 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 19 If that thy Father live, let him repent
(NULL)
M-365 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 22 No more light Answeres:
(The cause of our Expedience to the Queene,)
M-366 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 22 Sometime we see a clowd thatís Dragonish,
(I made these warres for Egypt, and the Queene,)
M-367 Anthonie, and Cleopatra 27 We have beate him to his Campe: Runne one
(Mine Nightingale, We have beate them to their Beds.)