METELLUS
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O let vs haue him, for his Siluer hairesO, let us have him, for his silver hairsJC II.i.144
Will purchase vs a good opinion:Will purchase us a good opinionJC II.i.145
And buy mens voyces, to commend our deeds:And buy men's voices to commend our deeds.JC II.i.146
It shall be sayd, his iudgement rul'd our hands,It shall be said his judgement ruled our hands;JC II.i.147
Our youths, and wildenesse, shall no whit appeare,Our youths and wildness shall no whit appear,JC II.i.148
But all be buried in his Grauity.But all be buried in his gravity.JC II.i.149
Caius Ligarius doth beare Casar hard,Caius Ligarius doth bear Caesar hard,JC II.i.215
Who rated him for speaking well of Pompey;Who rated him for speaking well of Pompey;JC II.i.216
I wonder none of you haue thought of him.I wonder none of you have thought of him.JC II.i.217
Most high, most mighty, and most puisant CasarMost high, most mighty, and most puissant Caesar,JC III.i.33
Metellus Cymber throwes before thy SeateMetellus Cimber throws before thy seatJC III.i.34
An humble heart.An humble heart – JC III.i.35.1
Is there no voyce more worthy then my owne,Is there no voice more worthy than my own,JC III.i.49
To sound more sweetly in great Casars eare,To sound more sweetly in great Caesar's earJC III.i.50
For the repealing of my banish'd Brother?For the repealing of my banished brother?JC III.i.51
Stand fast together, least some Friend of CasarsStand fast together, lest some friend of Caesar'sJC III.i.87
Should chance---Should chance – JC III.i.88
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