Paladin: Hey Boy, I wish somebody'd send you some mail sometime so you wouldn't have to read mine.
Hey Boy: No, your mail make me practice good Engrish.
Paladin: I see you have strength of mind enough to make your own decisions.
Charity: I'm flattered by your attention, Mr. Paladin. I would hardly suppose that a rugged man of the West living by his wits would be interested in the mere mind of a woman.
Paladin: Well, meeting a womanly woman with an unwomanly mind is a very stimulating thing.
Paladin: Gravely thinks that you killed a white man named Roddy Crane. He was killed with a bow and arrow.
Hiwannee Chief: Hiwannee have not killed any white man for seventeen years. (considers) Sixteen years.
Paladin: That's an enviable record.
Hiwannee Chief: Tell Gravely if he wants arrows for killing, let us know next time. We'll make Apache arrows!
Paladin: Show me the books a man doth read, and I will name his crying need.
Charity: Who said that?
Paladin: I did.
Paladin: "Oh, it offends me to the soul to hear a robustiuous periwig-pated fellow tear a passion to tatters."
Paladin quotes from Prince Hamlet's speech in Act 2, Scene 2.