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Bru. The Ædiles, ho! let him be apprehended.
[Ædiles enter. Sic. Go call the people, in whose name my self Attach thee as a traiterous innovator : A foe to th' publick weal. Obey, I charge thee, And follow to thine answer.
[Laying bold on Coriolanus, Cor. Hence, old goat ! All. We'll surety him. Com. Ag'd Sir, hands off.
Cor. Hence, rotten thing, or I shall shake thy boncs Out of thy garments. Sic. Help me, citizens.
Enter a Rabble of Plebeians, with the Ædiles. Men. On both sides, more respect. Sic. Here's he, that would take from you all your
power. Bru. Seize him, Ædiles. All. Down with him, down with him! 2 Sen. Weapons, weapons, weapons!
[They all bustle about Coriolanus. Tribunes, Patricians, Citizens what hoc Sicinius, Brutus, Coriolanus, citizens !
All. Peace, peace, peace, stay, hold, peace!
Men. What is about to be? I am out of breath ; Confusion's near, I cannot speak. You Tribunes, Coriolanus, patience; speak, Sicinius.
Sic. Hear me, people peace.
Men. Fie, fie, fie.
Sen. To unbuild the city, and to lay all flat.
The people's magistrates.
All. You so remain.
Cor. That is the way to lay the city flat 3
Sic. This deserves death. 1.
Bru. Or let us stand to our Authority,
Sic. Therefore lay hold on him ;
Bru. Ædiles, seize him.
Men. Hear me one word; beseech-you, Tribunes, hear me but a word
Ædiles. Peace, peace.
Men. Be that you seem, truly your Country's friends,
Bru. Sir, those cold ways,
Cor. No; I'll-dye here...30
Men. Help Marcius, help — you that be noble, help him young and old. All. Down with him, down with him. [Exeunt. [In this mutiny, the Tribunes, the Ædiles, and the
people are beat in,
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Men. Go, get you to your house ; be gone, away, All will be naught else.
2 Sen. Get you gone.
Sen. The Gods forbid !
Men. For ’ris a fore,
Com. Come, Sir, along with us.
Men. I would, they were Barbarians, (as they are, Though in Rome litter'd ;) noc Romans : (as they are
not, Though calved in the porch o’th' Capitol:) Begone, put not your worthy rage into your tongue, One time will owe another.
Cor. On fair ground I could beat forty of them.
Men, I could my self take up a brace o’th' best of them; yea, the two Tribunes.
Coin. But now 'tis odds beyond arithmetick; And manhood is call’d fool'ry, when it stands Againit a falling fabrick. Will you hence, Before the tag return, whose rage
doch rend Like interrupted waters, and o'erbear What they are us’d to bear.
Men. Pray you, be gone : min I'll if my old wit
be in request With those that have but little; this must be patcho With cloth of any colour.
Com. Coms, away. (Exeunt Coriolanus and Cominius. i Sen. This man has marrd his fortune,
Men. His nature is too noble for the world: He would not flatter Neptune for his trident, Or Jove for's power to thunder : his heart's his mouth: What his breast forges, that his tongus must vent;:: And being angry, does forget that ever He heard the name of death.
[4 noise within. Here's goodly work.
2 Sen. I would they were a-bed. Vol. VI
Men, I would, they were in Tyber, What, the ven
geance, Could he not speak 'em fair? së Enter Brúrusi and Sicinius, with the rabble again.
Sic. Where is this viper, 48,57 That would depopulate the city, and Be every man himself? 9.7
Men. You worthy Tribunes delito
Sic. He shall be thrown down the Tarpeian Rock
i Cit. He shall well know, the noble Tribunes are
Sịc. Peace. 2
Men. Do not cry havock, where you should but hunt With modeft warrant,
Sic. Sir, how comes it, you
Men. Hear me speak;
Sic. Consul! —what Conful!
Sic. Speak briefly then,
Were but our danger ; and to keep him here;
Men. Now the good Gods forbid;
Sic. He's a disease that must be cut away.
Men. Oh, he's a limb, that has but a disease;
Sic. This is clean kamme. di
Bru, Meerly awry: when he did love his Country,
Men. The service of the foot,
Men, One word more, one word :
heels. Proceed by process,
Bru. If 'twere so
In my Opinion, the : Tribune “ To banish him, will be hazardous to Us; to let him 're“ main at home, our certain Destruction. F2