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Caf. Which soon he granted,
Oět. Do not say so, my Lord.
Caef. I have eyes upon him,
Oe. My ? 'Lord, he is in. Albens.
Caf. No, my most wronged fifter; Cleopatra Hath nodded him to her. He hath given his empire : Up to a whore, who now are levying The Kings o'th' earth for war. He hath assembled Bocchus the King of Libya, Archelaus Of Cappadocia, Philadelphos King Of Paphlagonia ; the Thracian King Adallas, King Malchus of Arabia, King of Pont, Herod of Jewry, Mithridates King Of Comagene, Polemon and Amintas, The 3 Kings of Mede, and Lycaonia, With + a larger' list of scepters.
08. Ah me most wretched,
Cæs. Welcome hither ;
Mec. I bitraet ...old edit. Warb. emend. 2 lord, in
3 King 4 a more larger 5 his...old edit. Theob. emend.
Mec. Welcome, dear Madam.
Oft. Is it fo, Sir?
Cæs. It is most certain : sister, welcome; pray you Be ever known to patience. My dear'st fifter! [Exeunt,
Enter Cleopatra, and Ænobarbus.
But why, ,
Æno. Well; is it, is it?
Cleo. Is't not denounc'd against us? why should not wc Be there in person?
Æno. Well I could reply ;
Cleo. What is't you say?
Æno. Your presence needs must puzzle Antony ;
Cleo. Sink Rome, and their tongues rot
Appear there for a man. Speak not against it,
Enter Antony and Canidius.
Ant. 6 'İs't' noc ftrange, Canidius,
Cleo. Celerity is never more admir'd
Ant. A good rebuke,
Cleo. By sea, what else?
Can. Ay, and to wage this battle at Pharfalia,
Æno. Your ships are not well mann'd,
Ant. By sea, by sea.
Æno. Moft worthy Sir, you therein throw away
The 6 Is it 7 Canidius, 8 us to's 9 are muliteers, reapers,
The way which promises assurance, and
Ant. I'll fight at sea.
Ant. Our overplus of shipping will we burn,
Enter a Messenger. Thy business?
Mef. The news is true, my Lord, he is descried,
Ant. Can he be there in perfon? 'tis impossible :
Enter a Soldier.
Sold. Oh noble Emperor, do not fight by fea,
Ant. Well, well, away. [Exeunt Ant. Cleo. and Ænob.
Can. Soldier, thou art: but his whole action grows
Sold. You keep by land
Can. Marcus Oétavius, Marcus Juftens,
Buc i I have 2 Bus if
3 be fo.
But we keep whole by land. This speed of Cæjur's
Sold. + 'While yet in Rome,
Can. Who's his lieutenant, hear you?
Enter a Messenger.
Can. With news the time's in labour, and throws forth, Each minute, some.
[Exeunt. Enter Cæfar with his Aimy, marching. Cæs. Taurus! Taur. My Lord. Cæf. Strike not by land. Keep whole, provoke not battle 'Till we have done at sea. Do not exceed The prescript of this scroul : our fortune lyes Upon this jump.
[Exeunt. Enter Antony and Ænobarbus. Ant. Set we our squadrons on yond side o'th' hill, In eye of Casar's battle ; from which place We may the number of the ships behold, And so proceed accordingly.
[Exeunt. S C E N E VII. Canidius marching with his land Army one way over the stage, and Taurus tbe Lieutenant of Cæfar the other way: after their going in, is heard the noise of a Seafigbt. Alarum. Enter Ænobarbus.
[longer; Æno. Naught, naught, all naught, I can behold no Th' Antonias th' Egyptian admiral, VOL. V.
With (a) Th Antonias, &c. (which Plutarch says was the name of Cleopatra's fhip)
POPE. 4 While he was yet
5 calls Caridius.