Friar John returns to Friar Lawrence and reports that he was unable to continue onto Mantua because people were afraid of the plague.
How was your trip?
"My speed to Mantua was stayed".
Friar John made an attempt, and when it failed, came back immediately in an attempt to right the error. He is shown as a respectable Friar who will help where he is able.
"Who bare my letter, then, to Romeo?"
"I could not send it --here it is again."
Oh no! Fetch me an iron crow so that I may travel to the monument and retrieve Juliet.
Friar Lawrence realizes the conflict, and rushes to retrieve Juliet from her tomb, lest she wake alone. He is characterized as a kind person that cannot sit by while someone may be injured.
I will Friar.
Friar Lawrence has a soliloquy where he tells the audience that he must now travel to the tomb alone to retrieve Juliet. He will then keep her with him until Romeo returns to Verona. Friar Lawrence also uses foreshadowing, where he calls Juliet a "poor little corse". This later comes true when she kills herself and becomes a corpse.
Friar Lawrence: Kind, doesn't want any harm to fall on Juliet. Knowledgeable-Recognizes the love between Romeo and Juliet and tries to create peace so their wishes can be observed
Friar John: Respectable, he attempts to complete the task given to him Loyal: Even though he has failed, he returns to Friar Lawrence to give him the ill news in an attempt to make right