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Triumvirs, after the Death of Julius
} Conspirators against Julius Cæsar.
Tribunes and Enemies to Cæsar.
Friends to Brutus and Caffius.
Servants to Brutus.
Calphurnia, Wife to Cæfar.
Gwards and Attendants.
SCENE, for the three first Afts, at Rome: afterwards, at an Ide near Mutina ; at Sardis; and Philippi.
HULIUS CÆ S A Ř.
A C T I. Ś C É N E I.
A Street in Rome.
Enter Flavius, Marullus, and certain Commoners.
Is this a holiday? what! know you not,
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.