VENTIDIUS
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Now darting Parthya art thou stroke, and nowNow, darting Parthia, art thou struck; and nowAC III.i.1
Pleas'd Fortune does of Marcus Crassus deathPleased fortune does of Marcus Crassus' deathAC III.i.2
Make me reuenger. Beare the Kings Sonnes body,Make me revenger. Bear the King's son's bodyAC III.i.3
Before our Army, thy Pacorus Orades,Before our army. Thy Pacorus, Orodes,AC III.i.4
Paies this for Marcus Crassus.Pays this for Marcus Crassus.AC III.i.5.1
Oh Sillius, Sillius,O Silius, Silius,AC III.i.11.2
I haue done enough. A lower place note wellI have done enough. A lower place, note well,AC III.i.12
May make too great an act. For learne this Sillius,May make too great an act. For learn this, Silius:AC III.i.13
Better to leaue vndone, then by our deedBetter to leave undone than by our deedAC III.i.14
Acquire too high a Fame, when him we serues away.Acquire too high a fame when him we serve's away.AC III.i.15
Casar and Anthony, haue euer wonneCaesar and Antony have ever wonAC III.i.16
More in their officer, then person. SossiusMore in their officer than person. Sossius,AC III.i.17
One of my place in Syria, his Lieutenant,One of my place in Syria, his lieutenant,AC III.i.18
For quicke accumulation of renowne,For quick accumulation of renown,AC III.i.19
Which he atchiu'd by'th'minute, lost his fauour.Which he achieved by th' minute, lost his favour.AC III.i.20
Who does i'th'Warres more then his Captaine can,Who does i'th' wars more than his captain canAC III.i.21
Becomes his Captaines Captaine: and AmbitionBecomes his captain's captain; and ambition,AC III.i.22
(The Souldiers vertue) rather makes choise of losseThe soldier's virtue, rather makes choice of lossAC III.i.23
Then gaine, which darkens him.Than gain which darkens him.AC III.i.24
I could do more to do Anthonius good,I could do more to do Antonius good,AC III.i.25
But 'twould offend him. And in his offence,But 'twould offend him, and in his offenceAC III.i.26
Should my performance perish.Should my performance perish.AC III.i.27.1
Ile humbly signifie what in his name,I'll humbly signify what in his name,AC III.i.30
That magicall word of Warre we haue effected,That magical word of war, we have effected;AC III.i.31
How with his Banners, and his well paid ranks,How, with his banners and his well-paid ranks,AC III.i.32
The nere-yet beaten Horse of Parthia,The ne'er-yet-beaten horse of ParthiaAC III.i.33
We haue iaded out o'th'Field.We have jaded out o'th' field.AC III.i.34.1
He purposeth to Athens, whither with what hastHe purposeth to Athens; whither, with what hasteAC III.i.35
The waight we must conuay with's, will permit:The weight we must convey with's will permit,AC III.i.36
We shall appeare before him. On there, passe along.We shall appear before him. – On, there. Pass along.AC III.i.37
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