Act I. scene 1. lines 7, 8,
Cant. It must be thought on. If it pass against us,
We love the better half of our possession.
Act I. scene 2. lines 273-275,
King. But, tell the Dauphin, I will keep my state,
Be like a king and show my sail of greatness
When I do rouse me in my throne of France.
Act II. Prol. 5, 6,
Chor. They sell the pasture now to buy the horse,
Following the mirror of all Christian kings.
Act II. scene 2. lines 71-73,
King. Why, how now, gentlemen!
What see you in those papers that you lose
So much complexion?
Act III. Prol. 17-21,
Grapple your minds to sternage of this navy,
And leave your England, as dead midnight still,
Guarded with grandsires, babies and old women,
Either past or not arriv'd to pith and puissance.
Act III. scene 1. line 17,
King. On, on, you noblest English.
Act III. scene 4. lines 30, 31,
Kath. Excusez-moi, Alice; écoutez: de hand, de
fingres, de nails, de arm, de bilbow.
Act III. scene 6. lines 59-63,
Piat. Die and be damn'd! and figo for thy friendship!
Piu. It is well.
Pist. The fig of Spain!
Plu. Very good.