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To business that we love we rise betime,
Soid. A thousand, Sir,
[Shout. Trumpets flourise. Enter Captains and Soldiers. Cap. The morn is fair. Good morrow, general! AL. Good morrow, general!
Ant. 'Tis well blown, lads. This morning, like the spirit of a youth That means to be of noie, begins betimes. So, fo. -Come, give me that -- This way-Well
said. Fare thee well, dame; whate'er becomes of me, This is a soldier's kils : rebukeable, [Killes her. And worthy sha'neful check it were, to land On more mechanic compliment: PHI leave thee Now like a man of steel. You that will fight, Follow me clole, I'll bring you to't. Adieu.
[Exeunt. Char. Please you retire to your chamber?
Cleo. Lead me. He goes for h gallantly. That he and Cæsar might Determine this great war in single fight! Then, Antony.--But now.--Well!-On. [Exeuns.
SC: EN E
Trumpets found. Enter Antony and Eros; a Sola
dier nieeting theni, Sol. The gods make this a happy day to Antony! Ant. 'Would thou and those thy scars-nad once
prevaild To make ne fight at land!
Eros. Hadst thou done so, The kings that have revolted, and the soldier That has this morning left thee, would have-still,
Follow'd thy heels.
Ant. Who's gone this morning ?
Ant. What lay'it thou?
Eros. Sir, his chests and treasure
Ant. Is he gone? Sold. Most certain." Ant. Go, Eros, send his treasure after ; do it; Detain no jot, I charge thee. Write to him, I will subscribe gentle adieus and greetings. Say, that I wish he never find more caule To change a master. Oh, my fortunes have Corrupted honeft men ! Dilpatch, my Eros. [Exeunt.
S CE N E VI.
Changes to 'Cæsar's Gamp. - Enter Cæfar, Agrippa, with Enobarbus and
Cæs. Go forth, Agrippa, and begin the fight :
Agr. Cæsar, I ihall.
Cår. The time of universal peace is near.
Enter a Mefenger.
Cel: Go, charge Agrippa
[Exeunt, E10, Alexas did revolt, and went to Jewry on
Affairs of Antony; there did persuade
Enter a Soldier of Cæfar'să
Eno. I give it you.
Sold. Mock not, Enobarbus.
heart; If swift thought break it not, a swifter mean Shail out-strike thought; but thought will do't, I I fight against thee!--No, I will go
[feel. Some dirch where I may die; the foul'st best fits My later part of life.
[Exit. * This generosity, says Enobarbus, swells my heart fó, that it will quickly break, if thought break it not, a swif. ier mean. Johnsoa.
SCE N E VII.
Alarm. Drums and trumpets. Enter. Agrippa..
Agr. Retire, we have engag'd ourselves too far: Cæsar himself has work, and our oppreslion * Exceeds what we expected.
[Exit. Alarm. Enter Antony, and Scarus wounded. .
Scar. O my brave Emperor! this is fought indeed: Had we done so at first, we had drove them home With clouts about their heads.
Ant. Thou bleed'ft apace.
Scar. I had a wound here that was like a T, . But now 'tis made an H.
Ant. They do retire.
Scar. We'll beat 'em into bench-holes; I have yet
Ant. I will reward thee
[Exeunt, Alarm. Enter Antony again in a march, Scarus
Oppression, for oppofition. Warburton,
Not as you serv'd the cause, but as 't had been
Clco, Lord of lords !
Ant. My nightingale!
Cleo. I'll give thee, friend,
Ant He has deferv'd it, were it carbuncled
A. al) plques of barriers, the boundary is called a
al is to be iuperior in a contest of acti. Kruse