OCTAVIUS
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Your Brother too must dye: consent you Lepidus?Your brother too must die; consent you, Lepidus?JC IV.i.2
Pricke him downe Antony.Prick him down, Antony.JC IV.i.3.2
Or heere, or at the Capitoll. Or here or at the Capitol.JC IV.i.11
So you thought him,So you thought him,JC IV.i.15.2
And tooke his voyce who should be prickt to dyeAnd took his voice who should be pricked to dieJC IV.i.16
In our blacke Sentence and Proscription.In our black sentence and proscription.JC IV.i.17
You may do your will:You may do your will;JC IV.i.27.2
But hee's a tried, and valiant Souldier.But he's a tried and valiant soldier.JC IV.i.28
Let vs do so: for we are at the stake,Let us do so; for we are at the stake,JC IV.i.48
And bayed about with many Enemies,And bayed about with many enemies;JC IV.i.49
And some that smile haue in their hearts I feareAnd some that smile have in their hearts, I fear,JC IV.i.50
Millions of Mischeefes. Millions of mischiefs.JC IV.i.51
Now Antony, our hopes are answered,Now, Antony, our hopes are answered.JC V.i.1
You said the Enemy would not come downe,You said the enemy would not come down,JC V.i.2
But keepe the Hilles and vpper Regions:But keep the hills and upper regions.JC V.i.3
It proues not so: their battailes are at hand,It proves not so; their battles are at hand;JC V.i.4
They meane to warne vs at Philippi heere:They mean to warn us at Philippi here,JC V.i.5
Answering before we do demand of them.Answering before we do demand of them.JC V.i.6
Vpon the right hand I, keepe thou the left.Upon the right hand I. Keep thou the left.JC V.i.18
I do not crosse you: but I will do so. I do not cross you; but I will do so.JC V.i.20
Mark Antony, shall we giue signe of Battaile?Mark Antony, shall we give sign of battle?JC V.i.23
Stirre not vntill the Signall.Stir not until the signal.JC V.i.26
Not that we loue words better, as you do.Not that we love words better, as you do.JC V.i.28
Come, come, the cause. If arguing make vs swet,Come, come, the cause. If arguing make us sweat,JC V.i.48
The proofe of it will turne to redder drops:The proof of it will turn to redder drops.JC V.i.49
Looke, Look,JC V.i.50
I draw a Sword against Conspirators,I draw a sword against conspirators.JC V.i.51
When thinke you that the Sword goes vp againe?When think you that the sword goes up again?JC V.i.52
Neuer till Casars three and thirtie woundsNever till Caesar's three and thirty woundsJC V.i.53
Be well aueng'd; or till another CasarBe well avenged; or till another CaesarJC V.i.54
Haue added slaughter to the Sword of Traitors.Have added slaughter to the sword of traitors.JC V.i.55
So I hope:So I hope.JC V.i.57.2
I was not borne to dye on Brutus Sword.I was not born to die on Brutus' sword.JC V.i.58
Come Antony: away:Come, Antony; away!JC V.i.63.2
Defiance Traitors, hurle we in your teeth.Defiance, traitors, hurl we in your teeth.JC V.i.64
If you dare fight to day, come to the Field;If you dare fight today, come to the field;JC V.i.65
If not, when you haue stomackes.If not, when you have stomachs.JC V.i.66
What man is that?What man is that?JC V.v.52
All that seru'd Brutus, I will entertaine them.All that served Brutus, I will entertain them.JC V.v.60
Fellow, wilt thou bestow thy time with me?Fellow, wilt thou bestow thy time with me?JC V.v.61
Do so, good Messala.Do so, good Messala.JC V.v.63
According to his Vertue, let vs vse himAccording to his virtue let us use him,JC V.v.76
Withall Respect, and Rites of Buriall.With all respect and rites of burial.JC V.v.77
Within my Tent his bones to night shall ly,Within my tent his bones tonight shall lie,JC V.v.78
Most like a Souldier ordered Honourably:Most like a soldier, ordered honourably.JC V.v.79
So call the Field to rest, and let's away,So call the field to rest, and let's away,JC V.v.80
To part the glories of this happy day.To part the glories of this happy day.JC V.v.81
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