Friendly Folio - The first Part of Henry the Sixt

The first Part of Henry the Sixt is a history written by William Shakespeare...

Parts / Sides in 'The first Part of Henry the Sixt':

250+ Lines:
Talbot
Less Than 250 Lines:
Alanson
Basset
Bastard (of Orleance)
Bedford
Boy (Master Gunner Son)
Burgundy
Charles (Dolphin)
Countesse Messenger
Countesse (of Overgne)
Exeter
Falstaffe
Fiends
First Messenger
First Servingman
First Warder
Gargrave
Generall
Glansdale
Gloucester (Duke Humfrey)
Gloucester Man
Governor (of Paris)
John Talbot
Keeper
King Henry (VI)
Lawyer
Legate
Lucie (Sir William)
Margaret
Master Gunner
Mayor (of London)
Mortimer (Edmund)
Officer
Porter
Pucell (Joan)
Reignier
Salisbury
Scout
Second Messenger
Second Servingman
Second Warder
Sentinel
Sergeant
Servant
Shepheard
Soldier
Somerset
Suffolke
Talbot Messenger
Third Messenger
Third Servingman
Vernon
Warwicke
Watch
Winchester (Cardinal Beauford)
Woodvile
Yorke (Richard Plantagenet)

Speeches:

Code Character Lines First Line  
G-790 John Talbot20 Is my name Talbot? and am I your Sonne?
(NULL)
G-791 Third Messenger37 My gracious Lords, to adde to your laments,
(NULL)
M-790 Charles (Dolphin)22 Divinest Creature, Astrea’s Daughter,
(’Tis Joane, not we, by whom the day is wonne:)
M-791 Generall27 Thou ominous and fearefull Owle of death,
(NULL)
M-792 Gloucester (Duke Humfrey)19 Presumptuous Priest, this place comands my patience,
(Thy lewd, pestiferous, and dissentious prancks,)
M-793 John Talbot20 Is my name Talbot? and am I your Sonne?
(NULL)
M-794 King Henry (VI)40 Come hither you that would be Combatants:
(NULL)
M-795 King Henry (VI)23 Whether it be through force of your report,
(NULL)
M-796 Mortimer32 I will, if that my fading breath permit,
(I was the next by Birth and Parentage:)
M-797 Mortimer29 Kind Keepers of my weake decaying Age,
(Poore Gentleman, his wrong doth equall mine.)
M-798 Suffolke31 A Dowre my Lords? Disgrace not so your King,
(NULL)
M-799 Talbot21 My thoughts are whirled like a Potters Wheele,
(NULL)
M-800 Talbot41 Saint George, and Victory; fight Souldiers, fight:
(When from the Dolphins Crest thy Sword struck fire,/Thou Icarus, thy Life to me is sweet:)
M-801 Talbot21 Shame to the Duke of Burgundy, and thee:
(When first this Order was ordain’d my Lords,)
M-802 Talbot25 What chance is this, that suddenly hath crost us?
(NULL)
M-803 Talbot31 Where is my other Life? mine owne is gone.
(O thou whose wounds become hard favoured death,)
M-804 Third Messenger37 My gracious Lords, to adde to your laments,
(NULL)
W-790 Countesse27 The Plot is layd, if all things fall out right,
(It cannot be, this weake and writhled shrimpe)
W-791 Pucell (Joan)34 Brave Burgonie, undoubted hope of France,
(Looke on thy Country, look on fertile France,)
W-792 Pucell (Joan)21 Dolphin, I am by birth a Shepheards Daughter,
(NULL)
W-793 Pucell (Joan)24 First let me tell you whom you have condemn'd; (Extended)
(NULL)
W-794 Pucell (Joan)29 The Regent conquers, and the Frenchmen flye.
(NULL)