Friendly Folio - Henry the Fift

Henry the Fift is a history written by William Shakespeare...

Parts / Sides in 'Henry the Fift':

250+ Lines:
King Henry (V)
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Less Than 250 Lines:
Alice
Ambassador
Archbishop of Canterbury
Bardolph
Bates
Bedford
Bishop of Ely
Boy
Britaine
Burbon
Burgogne
Cambridge
Chorus
Clarence (Thomas)
Constable
Court
Dolphin (Lewis)
Erpingham
Exeter
French King
French Soldier (le Fer)
Gloucester (Duke Humfrey)
Governor (of Harfleur)
Gower
Grandpree
Gray
Herald
Hostesse (Mistresse Quickly)
Huntington
Jamy
Katherine
Mackmorrice
Messenger
Mountjoy
Nym
Orleance
Pistoll
Queene Isabel
Ramburs
Salisbury
Scroope
Warwicke
Westmerland
Williams
Yorke

Speeches:

Code Character Lines First Line  
G-760 Boy26 (prose) As young as I am, I have observ’d these three
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G-761 Chorus42 Now all the Youth of England are on fire,
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G-762 Chorus53 Now entertaine conjecture of a time,
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G-763 Chorus34 O For a Muse of Fire, that would ascend
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G-764 Chorus14 Thus farre with rough, and all-unable Pen,
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G-765 Chorus35 Thus with imagin'd wing our swift Scene flyes,
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G-766 Chorus45 Vouchsafe to those that have not read the Story,
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M-760 Archbishop of Canterbury63 Then heare me gracious Soveraign, and you Peers,
(No Woman shall succeed in Salike Land:)
M-761 Archbishop of Canterbury38 Therefore doth heaven divide
(Without defeat. Therefore to France, my Liege,)
M-762 Burgogne45 My dutie to you both, on equall love.
(Why that the naked, poore, and mangled Peace,)
M-763 Exeter26 In which array (brave Soldier) doth he lye,
(Suffolke first dyed, and Yorke all hagled over)
M-764 King Henry (V)16 Call in the Messengers sent from the Dolphin.
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M-765 King Henry (V)28 God quit you in his mercy: Hear your sentence
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M-766 King Henry (V)43 How yet resolves the Governour of the Towne?
(What Reyne can hold licentious Wickednesse,)
M-767 King Henry (V)37 I pray thee beare my former Answer back:
(Marke then abounding valour in our English:)
M-768 King Henry (V)61 Indeede the French may lay twentie French
(And what art thou, thou Idoll Ceremonie?/Upon the King, let us our Lives, our Soules,)
M-769 King Henry (V)36 (prose) Marry, if you would put me to Verses, or to
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M-770 King Henry (V)27 (prose) Now fye upon my false French: by mine Honor
(in true English, I love thee Kate; by which Honor,)
M-771 King Henry (V)18 O God of Battailes, steele my Souldiers hearts,
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M-772 King Henry (V)35 Once more unto the Breach,
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M-773 King Henry (V)66 The mercy that was quicke in us but late,
(If that same Daemon that hath gull’d thee thus,)
M-774 King Henry (V)27 This day is call'd the Feast of Crispian:
(We few, we happy few, we band of brothers:)
M-775 King Henry (V)28 Thou doo’st thy Office fairely. Turne thee backe,
(Goe therefore tell thy Master, heere I am;)
M-776 King Henry (V)31 Upon the King, let us our Lives, our Soules,
(And what art thou, thou Idoll Ceremonie?)
M-777 King Henry (V)30 We are glad the Dolphin is so pleasant with us,
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M-778 King Henry (V)49 What's he that wishes so?
(This day is call'd the Feast of Crispian:/We few, we happy few, we band of brothers:)
W-760 Hostesse (Mistresse Quickly)16 (prose) Nay sure, hee's not in Hell: hee’s in Arthurs Bosome,
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