Antony and Cleopatra
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Trumpets sound. Enter Anthony, and Eros.Trumpets sound. Enter Antony and Eros, a Soldier AC IV.v.1.1
meeting them AC IV.v.1.2
Eros. SOLDIER 
The Gods make this a happy day to Anthony.The gods make this a happy day to Antony!happy (adj.)fortunate, lucky, favouredAC IV.v.1
Ant. ANTONY 
Would thou, & those thy scars had once preuaildWould thou and those thy scars had once prevailed AC IV.v.2
To make me fight at Land.To make me fight at land! AC IV.v.3.1
Eros. SOLDIER 
Had''st thou done so,Hadst thou done so, AC IV.v.3.2
The Kings that haue reuolted, and the SoldierThe kings that have revolted, and the soldierrevolt (v.)
old form: reuolted
change sides, alter allegiance, desert
AC IV.v.4
That has this morning left thee, would haue stillThat has this morning left thee, would have still AC IV.v.5
Followed thy heeles.Followed thy heels. AC IV.v.6.1
Ant. ANTONY 
Whose gone this morning?Who's gone this morning? AC IV.v.6.2
Eros. SOLDIER 
Who?Who? AC IV.v.6.3
one euer neere thee, call for Enobarbus,One ever near thee; call for Enobarbus, AC IV.v.7
He shall not heare thee, or from Casars Campe,He shall not hear thee, or from Caesar's camp AC IV.v.8
Say I am none of thine.Say ‘ I am none of thine.’ AC IV.v.9.1
Ant. ANTONY 
What sayest thou?What sayst thou? AC IV.v.9.2
Sold. SOLDIER 
SirSir, AC IV.v.9.3
he is with Casar.He is with Caesar. AC IV.v.10.1
Eros. EROS 
Sir, his Chests and TreasureSir, his chests and treasure AC IV.v.10.2
he has not with him.He has not with him. AC IV.v.11.1
Ant. ANTONY 
Is he gone?Is he gone? AC IV.v.11.2
Sol. SOLDIER 
Most certaine.Most certain. AC IV.v.11.3
Ant. ANTONY 
Go Eros, send his Treasure after, do it,Go, Eros, send his treasure after; do it. AC IV.v.12
Detaine no iot I charge thee: write to him,Detain no jot, I charge thee. Write to him –  AC IV.v.13
(I will subscribe) gentle adieu's, and greetings;I will subscribe – gentle adieus and greetings.subscribe (v.)sign, endorse, supportAC IV.v.14
gentle (adj.)courteous, friendly, kind
Say, that I wish he neuer finde more causeSay that I wish he never find more cause AC IV.v.15
To change a Master. Oh my Fortunes haueTo change a master. O, my fortunes have AC IV.v.16
Corrupted honest men. Dispatch Enobarbus. Corrupted honest men! Dispatch. Enobarbus!dispatch, despatch (v.)deal with promptly, settle, get [something] done quicklyAC IV.v.17
ExitExeunt AC IV.v.17
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