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Statillius shew'd the Torch-light, but my LordStatilius showed the torch-light; but, my lord,JC V.v.2
He came not backe: he is or tane, or slaine.He came not back; he is or ta'en or slain.JC V.v.3
What I, my Lord? No, not for all the World.What, I, my lord? No, not for all the world.JC V.v.6
Ile rather kill my selfe.I'll rather kill myself.JC V.v.7.2
O Dardanius.O Dardanius!JC V.v.9
What ill request did Brutus make to thee?What ill request did Brutus make to thee?JC V.v.11
Now is that Noble Vessell full of griefe,Now is that noble vessel full of grief,JC V.v.13
That it runnes ouer euen at his eyes.That it runs over even at his eyes.JC V.v.14
Fly, flye my Lord, there is no tarrying heere.Fly, fly, my lord, there is no tarrying here.JC V.v.30
Fly my Lord, flye.Fly, my lord, fly!JC V.v.43.1
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