FOURTH PLEBEIAN
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We will be satisfied: let vs be satisfied.We will be satisfied: let us be satisfied.JC III.ii.1
All. ALL
None Brutus, none.None, Brutus, none.JC III.ii.35
All. ALL
Liue Brutus, liue, liue.Live, Brutus! live, live!JC III.ii.48
Casars better parts,Caesar's better partsJC III.ii.51.2
Shall be Crown'd in Brutus.Shall be crowned in Brutus.JC III.ii.52
What does he say of Brutus?What does he say of Brutus?JC III.ii.67.1
'Twere best he speake no harme of Brutus heere?'Twere best he speak no harm of Brutus here!JC III.ii.69
Mark'd ye his words? he would not take ye Crown,Marked ye his words? He would not take the crown;JC III.ii.113
Therefore 'tis certaine, he was not Ambitious.Therefore 'tis certain he was not ambitious.JC III.ii.114
Now marke him, he begins againe to speake.Now mark him; he begins again to speak.JC III.ii.118
Wee'l heare the Will, reade it Marke Antony.We'll hear the will. Read it, Mark Antony.JC III.ii.139
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The Will, the Will; we will heare Casars Will.The will, the will! We will hear Caesar's will!JC III.ii.140
Read the Will, wee'l heare it Antony:Read the will! We'll hear it, Antony!JC III.ii.148
You shall reade vs the Will, Casars Will.You shall read us the will, Caesar's will!JC III.ii.149
They were Traitors: Honourable men?They were traitors. Honourable men!JC III.ii.154
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The Will, the Testament.The will! The testament!JC III.ii.155
All. ALL
Come downe.Come down.JC III.ii.162
A Ring, stand round.A ring! Stand round.JC III.ii.165
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Stand backe: roome, beare backe.Stand back! Room! Bear back!JC III.ii.169
O Traitors, Villaines!O traitors! villains!JC III.ii.202
ALL
Reuenge / About, seeke, burne, fire, kill, slay, / Let Revenge! About! Seek! Burn! Fire! Kill! Slay! LetJC III.ii.205
not a Traitor liue.not a traitor live.JC III.ii.206
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Wee'l Mutiny.We'll mutiny.JC III.ii.232.1
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Peace hoe, heare Antony, most Noble Antony.Peace, ho! Hear Antony, most noble Antony!JC III.ii.235
All. ALL
Most true, the Will, let's stay and heare the Wil.Most true. The will! Let's stay and hear the will.JC III.ii.240
All. ALL
Peace hoePeace, ho!JC III.ii.247
Plucke downe Formes, Windowes, Pluck down forms, windows,JC III.ii.260
any thing.anything.JC III.ii.261
Are you a married man, or a Batchellor?Are you a married man or a bachelor?JC III.iii.8
I, and wisely.Ay, and wisely.JC III.iii.11
For your dwelling: breefely.For your dwelling, briefly.JC III.iii.24
Teare him for his bad verses, teare him Tear him for his bad verses, tear himJC III.iii.30
for his bad Verses.for his bad verses!JC III.iii.31
It is no matter, his name's Cinna, It is no matter, his name's Cinna;JC III.iii.33
plucke but his name out of his heart, and turne him going.pluck but his name out of his heart, and turn him going.JC III.iii.34
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