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JULIUS CÆSAR.

PERSONS REPRESENTED.

JULIUS CÆSAR.

ARTEMIDORUS, a Sophist of CniCÆSAR, Triumvirs dos. MATRACUS SANFSARS,

after the A SOOTHSAYER. M. ÆMIL. LEPIDUS,) death of CINNA, a Poet,- Another POET. Julius Cesar.

LUCILIUS, TITINIUS, MESSALA, CICERO, PUBLIUS, POPILIUS Young CATO, and VOLUMNIUS, LENA, Senators.

Friends to Brutus and Cassius. MARCUS BRUTUS,

VARRO, CLITUS, CLAUDIUS, CASSIUS,

STRATO, LUCIUS, DARDA

Conspi. CASCA,

NIUS, Servants to Brutus.

rators TREBONIUS,

against

PINDARUS, Servant to Cassius. LIGARIUS,

Julius DECIUS BRUTUS,

Cæsar.

CALPHURNIA, Wife to Cæsar. METELLUS CIMBER,

PORTIA, Wife to Brutus. CINNA, FLAVIUS and MARULLUS, Tri. SENATORS, CITIZENS, GUARDS, bunes.

ATTENDANTS, &c. SCENE, during a great part of the play, at Rome; afterwards at

Sardis; and near Philippi.

ACT I.

SCENE 1.- Rome. A Street.
Enter FLAVIUS, MARULLUS, and a Rabble of CITIZENS.
Flav, Hence; home, you idle creatures, get you home;
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 ?

1 Cit. 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?

2 Cit. Truly, Sir, in respect of a fine workman, I am but, as you would say, a cobbler.

Mar. But what trade art thou ? Answer me directly. 2 Cit. A trade, Sir, that, I hope, I may use with a safe conscience; which is, indeed, Sir, a mender of bad soles.

Mar. What trade, thou knave; thou naughty knave, what trade?

2 Cit. Nay, I beseech you, Sir, be not out with me: yet if you be out, Sir, I can mend you.

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