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sad captains, fill our bowls; once more
It is my birth-day :
Ant. We'll yet do well.
The next time I do fight,
[Exeunt ANTONY, CLEOPATRA, and At
SCENE I. Cæsar's Camp at Alexandria.
Enter CÆSAR, reading a Letter; AGRIPPA, ME
CÆNAS, and Others.
Cæs. He calls me boy; and chides, as he had power
To beat me out of Egypt: my messenger
ways to die; mean time,
Cæsar must think,
Let our best heads
Enter ANTONY, CLEOPATRA, ENOBARBUS, CHAR•
MIAN, IRAS, ALEXAS, and Others. Ant. He will not fight with me, Domitius. Eno.
No. Ant. Why should he not ?
Eno. He thinks, being twenty times of better fortune, He is twenty men to one.
4 Take advantage:
Eno. I'll strike ; and cry, Tuke all.
Well said ; come on.Call forth my household servants ; let's to-night
Be bounteous at our meal.-Give me thy hand, Thou hast been rightly honest ; --so hast thou ;And thou,-and thou,--and thou:-you have serv'd
me well, And kings have been your
What means this? Env. 'Tis one of those odd tricks, which sorrow shoots
[Aside. Qut of the mind. Ant.
And thou art honest too.
The gods forbid!
What does he mean? Eno. To make his followers weep. Ant.
Tend me to-night, May be, it is the period of your duty :
Haply, you shall not see me more; or if,
What mean you, sir,
Ho, ho, ho !7 Now the witch take me, if I meant it thus ! Grace grow where those drops fall! My hearty friends, You take me in too dolorous a sense : I spake to you
comfort : did desire you To burn this night with torches: Know, my hearts, I hope well of to-morrow; and will lead you, Where rather I'll expect victorious life, Than death and honour. Let's to supper ; come, And drown consideration.
The same. Before the Palace.
Enter Two Soldiers, to their Guard. 1 Sold. Brother, good night: to-morrow is the day.
2 Sold. It will determine one way : fare you well. Heard
of nothing strange about the streets ?
i Sold. Nothing : What news? 2 Sold.
Belike, 'tis but a rumour: Good night to you. 1 Sold.
Well, sir, good night.
Enter Two other Soldiers.
'Tis a brave army,
Soldiers, Have careful watch. 3 Sold.
And you: Good night, good night. [The first Two place themselves at their Posts. 4 Sold. Here we : [They take their Posts.] and if
to-morrow Our navy thrive, I have an absolute hope Our landmen will stand up.
3 Sold. And full of
[Musick of Hautboys unaer the Stage. 4 Sold.
Peace, what noise'? 1 Sold.
List, list! 2 Sold. Hark ! 1 Sold. Musick i’ the air. 3 Sold.
Under the earth. 4 Sold.
It signs 8 well, Does't not?
3 Sold. No. 1 Sold.
Peace, I say. What should this
mean? 2 Sold. 'Tis the god Hercules, whom Antony lov'd, Now leaves him.
1 Sold. Walk ; let's see if other watchmen Do hear what we do. [They advance to another Post.