- Monsieur de Bergerac.
- … LIGNIERE: Ha! so Monsieur de Corneille has come back from Rouen!
- RAGUENEAU (dressed in the Sunday clothes of a pastry-cook, going up quickly to Ligniere): Sir, have you seen Monsieur de Cyrano?
- (He looks around on all sides): Monsieur de Cyrano is not here?
- Would fain marry Roxane to a certain sorry fellow, one Monsieur de Valvert, a viscount—and—accommodating!
- CHRISTIAN: To Monsieur de Valvert!
- See you these two sonnets of Monsieur Beuserade….
- THE DUENNA (opening the door): The cakes are eaten, Monsieur Bergerac!
- Monsieur de Neuvillette, this in your ear: There’s somewhat here, one no more dares to name, Than to say ’rope’ to one whose sire was hanged!
- My last breath was drawn:— then in comes Monsieur de Bergerac!
- THE DUENNA (coming down quickly): Here comes Monsieur de Guiche!
- A CADET (looking toward the back of the stage): Ho! here comes Monsieur de Guiche.
- ROXANE: Monsieur de Bergerac, I am your cousin.
- —Some bread for Monsieur de Carbon!
- MOTHER MARGUERITE: I shall tell this to Monsieur Cyrano.
- MOTHER MARGUERITE: Monsieur Le Bret.
- (As he is going out, suddenly): Monsieur Le Bret!
- ROXANE (appearing on the steps, and seeing Le Bret go away by the colonnade leading to the chapel door): Monsieur le Bret!
- A SISTER (coming to the steps): Monsieur de Bergerac.
- ROXANE: I bid You hold your tongue, Monsieur de Bergerac!
- RAGUENEAU: Oh, yes, indeed, Monsieur, The famous one, ’Que Diable allait-il faire?’
- RAGUENEAU: Ah, Monsieur!
- ) A VOICE (singing at the back): Monsieur de Cyrano Displays his tyrannies: A fig for tyrants!
- ) CUIGY (to Cyrano): Here is Monsieur de Guiche?
There are no more uses of "Monsieur" in the play.
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