LUCILIUS
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Giue the word ho, and Stand.Give the word, ho! and stand!JC IV.ii.2
He is at hand, and Pindarus is comeHe is at hand, and Pindarus is comeJC IV.ii.4
To do you salutation from his Master.To do you salutation from his master.JC IV.ii.5
With courtesie, and with respect enough,With courtesy and with respect enough,JC IV.ii.15
But not with such familiar instances,But not with such familiar instances,JC IV.ii.16
Nor with such free and friendly ConferenceNor with such free and friendly conference,JC IV.ii.17
As he hath vs'd of old.As he hath used of old.JC IV.ii.18.1
They meane this night in Sardis to be quarter'd:They mean this night in Sardis to be quartered;JC IV.ii.28
The greater part, the Horse in generallThe greater part, the horse in general,JC IV.ii.29
Are come with Cassius.Are come with Cassius.JC IV.ii.30.1
Hearke, he is arriu'd:Hark! he is arrived.JC IV.ii.30.2
March gently on to meete him.March gently on to meet him.JC IV.ii.31
You shall not come to them.You shall not come to them.JC IV.iii.125.2
My Lord.My lord?JC V.i.69.2
And I am Brutus, Marcus Brutus, I,And I am Brutus, Marcus Brutus, I!JC V.iv.7
Brutus my Countries Friend: Know me for Brutus.Brutus, my country's friend; know me for Brutus!JC V.iv.8
O yong and Noble Cato, art thou downe?O young and noble Cato, art thou down?JC V.iv.9
Why now thou dyest, as brauely as Titinius,Why, now thou diest as bravely as Titinius,JC V.iv.10
And may'st be honour'd, being Cato's Sonne.And mayst be honoured, being Cato's son.JC V.iv.11
Onely I yeeld to dye:Only I yield to die:JC V.iv.12.2
There is so much, that thou wilt kill me straight:There is so much that thou wilt kill me straight:JC V.iv.13
Kill Brutus, and be honour'd in his death.Kill Brutus, and be honoured in his death.JC V.iv.14
Safe Antony, Brutus is safe enough:Safe, Antony; Brutus is safe enough.JC V.iv.20
I dare assure thee, that no EnemyI dare assure thee that no enemyJC V.iv.21
Shall euer take aliue the Noble Brutus:Shall ever take alive the noble Brutus;JC V.iv.22
The Gods defend him from so great a shame,The gods defend him from so great a shame!JC V.iv.23
When you do finde him, or aliue, or dead,When you do find him, or alive or dead,JC V.iv.24
He will be found like Brutus, like himselfe.He will be found like Brutus, like himself.JC V.iv.25
So Brutus should be found. I thank thee BrutusSo Brutus should be found. I thank thee, Brutus,JC V.v.58
That thou hast prou'd Lucillius saying true.That thou hast proved Lucilius' saying true.JC V.v.59
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