SECOND CITIZEN
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Speake, speake.Speak, speak.Cor I.i.3
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Resolu'd, resolu'd.Resolved, resolved.Cor I.i.6
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We know't, we know't.We know't, we know't.Cor I.i.9
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No more talking on't; Let it be done, away, awayNo more talking on't. Let it be done. Away, away!Cor I.i.12
One word, good Citizens.One word, good citizens.Cor I.i.13
Would you proceede especially against Would you proceed especially againstCor I.i.24
Caius Martius.Caius Martius?Cor I.i.25
Consider you what Seruices he ha's Consider you what services he hasCor I.i.28
done for his Country?done for his country?Cor I.i.29
Nay, but speak not maliciously.Nay, but speak not maliciously.Cor I.i.33
What he cannot helpe in his Nature, you What he cannot help in his nature, youCor I.i.39
account a Vice in him: You must in no way say he is account a vice in him. You must in no way say he isCor I.i.40
couetous. covetous.Cor I.i.41
Come, come.Come, come.Cor I.i.47
Worthy Menenius Agrippa, one that Worthy Menenius Agrippa, one thatCor I.i.49
hath alwayes lou'd the people.hath always loved the people.Cor I.i.50
We may Sir if we will.We may, sir, if we will.Cor II.iii.3
Thinke you so? Which way do youThink you so? Which way do youCor II.iii.24
iudge my wit would flye.judge my wit would fly?Cor II.iii.25
Why that way?Why that way?Cor II.iii.29
You are neuer without your trickes, youYou are never without your tricks. YouCor II.iii.33
may, you may.may, you may!Cor II.iii.34
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Content, content.Content, content.Cor II.iii.46
Your owne desert.Your own desert?Cor II.iii.64
You shall ha't worthy Sir.You shall ha't, worthy sir.Cor II.iii.78
And 'twere to giue againe: but 'tis noAn 'twere to give again – but 'tis noCor II.iii.82
matter.matter.Cor II.iii.83
Amen, Sir: to my poore vnworthy notice,Amen, sir. To my poor unworthy notice,Cor II.iii.157
He mock'd vs, when he begg'd our Voyces.He mocked us when he begged our voices.Cor II.iii.158.1
Not one amongst vs, saue your selfe, but sayesNot one amongst us, save yourself, but saysCor II.iii.161
He vs'd vs scornefully: he should haue shew'd vsHe used us scornfully. He should have showed usCor II.iii.162
His Marks of Merit, Wounds receiu'd for's Countrey.His marks of merit, wounds received for's country.Cor II.iii.163
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No, no: no man saw 'em.No, no! No man saw 'em.Cor II.iii.164.2
And will deny him:And will deny him:Cor II.iii.209
Ile haue fiue hundred Voyces of that sound.I'll have five hundred voices of that sound.Cor II.iii.210
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We will so: almost allWe will so. Almost allCor II.iii.253.2
repent in their election.Repent in their election.Cor II.iii.254.1
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Downe with him, downe with him.Down with him, down with him!Cor III.i.183
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Tribunes, Patricians, Citizens: what ho:Tribunes! Patricians! Citizens! What ho!Cor III.i.185
Sicinius, Brutus, Coriolanus, Citizens.Sicinius! Brutus! Coriolanus! Citizens!Cor III.i.186
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Let's here our Tribune: peace, speake, speake, speake.Let's hear our Tribune. Peace! Speak, speak, speak.Cor III.i.192
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True, True,Cor III.i.198.2
the People are the Citie.The people are the city.Cor III.i.199
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You so remaine.You so remain.Cor III.i.201.2
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Yeeld Martius, yeeld.Yield, Martius, yield.Cor III.i.214.1
PLEBEIANS
Downe with him, downe with him. Down with him, down with him!Cor III.i.228
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He shall sure ont.He shall, sure on't.Cor III.i.271.2
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No, no, no, no, no.No, no, no, no, no.Cor III.i.279
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To'th' Rocke, to'th' Rocke with him.To th' rock, to th' rock with him!Cor III.iii.75.1
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It shall be so, it shall be so: let him away:It shall be so, it shall be so! Let him away!Cor III.iii.106
Hee's banish'd, and it shall be so.He's banished, and it shall be so.Cor III.iii.107
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It shall be so, it shall be so.It shall be so, it shall be so!Cor III.iii.119.2
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Our enemy is banish'd, he is gone: Hoo, oo.Our enemy is banished, he is gone! Hoo-oo!Cor III.iii.137
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Come, come, lets see him out at gates, come:Come, come, let's see him out at gates, come!Cor III.iii.142
The Gods preserue our Noble Tribunes, come. The gods preserve our noble Tribunes! Come!Cor III.iii.143
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The Gods preserue you both.The gods preserve you both!Cor IV.vi.20.1
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Now the Gods keepe you.Now the gods keep you!Cor IV.vi.25.2
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Faith, we heare fearfull Newes.Faith, we hear fearful news.Cor IV.vi.141.1
And so did I.And so did I.Cor IV.vi.143
So did we all. But come, let's home.So did we all. But come, let's home.Cor IV.vi.159
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