FIRST WATCHMAN
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Lead Boy, which way?Lead, boy. Which way?RJ V.iii.168
The ground is bloody, / Search about the Churchyard.The ground is bloody. Search about the churchyard.RJ V.iii.172
Go some of you, who ere you find attach.Go, some of you. Whoe'er you find attach.RJ V.iii.173
Pittifull sight, here lies the Countie slaine,Pitiful sight! Here lies the County slain!RJ V.iii.174
And Iuliett bleeding, warme and newly deadAnd Juliet bleeding, warm, and newly dead,RJ V.iii.175
Who here hath laine these two dayes buried.Who here hath lain these two days buried.RJ V.iii.176
Go tell the Prince, runne to the Capulets,Go, tell the Prince. Run to the Capulets.RJ V.iii.177
Raise vp the Mountagues, some others search,Raise up the Montagues. Some others search.RJ V.iii.178
We see the ground whereon these woes do lye,We see the ground whereon these woes do lie,RJ V.iii.179
But the true ground of all these piteous woes,But the true ground of all these piteous woesRJ V.iii.180
We cannot without circumstance descry.We cannot without circumstance descry.RJ V.iii.181
Hold him in safety, till the Prince come hither.Hold him in safety till the Prince come hither.RJ V.iii.183
A great suspition, stay the Frier too.A great suspicion! Stay the Friar too.RJ V.iii.187
Soueraigne, here lies the Countie Paris slaine,Sovereign, here lies the County Paris slain;RJ V.iii.195
And Romeo dead, and Iuliet dead before,And Romeo dead; and Juliet, dead before,RJ V.iii.196
Warme and new kil'd.Warm and new killed.RJ V.iii.197
Here is a Frier, and Slaughter'd Romeos man,Here is a Friar, and slaughtered Romeo's man,RJ V.iii.199
With Instruments vpon them fit to openWith instruments upon them fit to openRJ V.iii.200
These dead mens Tombes.These dead men's tombs.RJ V.iii.201
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