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J U LI U S

CÆ SA R.

VOL. VII.

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JULIUS CÆSAR.
Oatavius Cæfar,
M. Antony,

Triumvirs, after the Death of Julius

Cæfar.
M. Æmilius Lepidus,
Cicero.
Brutus,
Cassius,
Casca,
Trebonius,
Ligarius,

} Conspirators against Julius Cæsar.
Decius Brutus,
Metellus Cimber,
Cinna,
Popilius Læna,

Senators,
Publius,
Flavius,

Tribunes and Enemies to Cæsar.
Marullus,
Meffalla,

Friends to Brutus and Caffius.
Titinius,
Artemidorus, a Sophift of Cnidos.
A Soothsager.
Young Cato.
Cinna, a Poet.
Another Poet.
Lucilius, 7
Dardanius,
Volumnius,
Varro,

Servants to Brutus.
Clicus,
Claudius,
Strato,
Lucius,
Pindarus, Servant of Caffius.
Ghost of Julius Cæfar,
Cobler.
Carpenter:
Other Plebeians.

Calphurnia, Wife to Cæfar.
Porcia, Wife to Brutus.

Gwards and Attendants.

SCENE, for the three first Afts, at Rome: afterwards, at an Ide near Mutina ; at Sardis; and Philippi.

HULIUS S A Ř.

A C T I. Ś C É N E I.

A Street in Rome.

Enter Flavius, Marullus, and certain Commoners.

FLAVIUS.
ENCE; home, you idle creatures, get

you home;

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Is this a holiday? what! know you not,
Being mechanical, you ought not walk

Upon a labouring day, without the sign Of

your profession? speak, what trade art thou? Car. Why, Sir, a carpenter.

Mar. Where is thy leather apron, and thy rule ? What dost thou with thy best apparel on? You, Sir, What trade are you?

Cob. Truly, Sir, in respect of a fine workman, I am but, as you would say, a cobler.

Mar. But what trade art thou? answer me directly,

Cob. A trade, Sir, that, I hope, I may use with a safe conscience'; which is, indeed, Sir, a mender of bad foals.

Flav,

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