LADY FAULCONBRIDGE
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Where is that slaue thy brother? where is he?Where is that slave thy brother? Where is heKJ I.i.222
That holds in chase mine honour vp and downe.That holds in chase mine honour up and down?KJ I.i.223
Sir Roberts sonne, I thou vnreuerend boy,Sir Robert's son? – Ay, thou unreverend boy,KJ I.i.227
Sir Roberts sonne? why scorn'st thou at sir Robert?Sir Roberts son. Why scornest thou at Sir Robert?KJ I.i.228
He is Sir Roberts sonne, and so art thou.He is Sir Robert's son, and so art thou.KJ I.i.229
Hast thou conspired with thy brother too,Hast thou conspired with thy brother too,KJ I.i.241
That for thine owne gaine shouldst defend mine honor?That for thine own gain shouldst defend mine honour?KJ I.i.242
What meanes this scorne, thou most vntoward knaue?What means this scorn, thou most untoward knave?KJ I.i.243
Hast thou denied thy selfe a Faulconbridge?Hast thou denied thyself a Faulconbridge?KJ I.i.251
King Richard Cordelion was thy father,King Richard Coeur-de-lion was thy father.KJ I.i.253
By long and vehement suit I was seduc'dBy long and vehement suit I was seducedKJ I.i.254
To make roome for him in my husbands bed:To make room for him in my husband's bed.KJ I.i.255
Heauen lay not my transgression to my charge,Heaven lay not my transgression to my charge!KJ I.i.256
That art the issue of my deere offenceThou art the issue of my dear offence,KJ I.i.257
Which was so strongly vrg'd past my defence.Which was so strongly urged past my defence.KJ I.i.258
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