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THE

WORKS

OF

SHAKESPEAR:

VOLUME the SEVEN TH.

CONTAINING,

JULIUS CÆSAR.
ANTON Y and CLEOPATRA.
CYMBELINE.
TROILUS and CRESSIDA.

Maviaune de werelow.

DU B L I N:

Printed for R. Owen, J. LEATHLEY, G. and

A. Ewing, W. and J. Smith, G. FAULKNER,
P. CRAMPTON, A. BRADLEY,T. MOORE, E. and
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JULIUS CÆSAR.
Octavius Cæsar,
M. Antony,

Triumvirs, after the deatb of Julius Cæsar.
M. Æmilius Lepidus.
Cicero.
Brutus,
Cassius,
Casca,
Trebonius,

Conspirators against Julius Cæfar,
Ligarius,
Decius Brutus,
Metellus Cimber,
Cinna,
Popilius Læna,

Senators,
Publius,
Flavius,

Tribunes and Enemies to Cæfar,
Marullus,
Meffala,
Titinius,
Artemidorus, a Sopbift of Cnidos,
A Sootbsayer,
Young Cato.
Cinna, a Poer.
Another Poet,
Lucilius,
Dardanius,
Volumnius,
Varro,

Servants to Brutus.
Clitus,
Claudius,
Strato,
Lucius,
Pindarus, Servant of Caffius.
Ghost of Julius Cæsar.
Cobler.
Carpenter.
Other Plebeians.

} Friends to Brutus and Caffius.

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

Guards and Attendants,

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

JULIUS CÆSAR.

A C T I.

SCENE I.

A Street in Rome.

Enter Flavius, Marullus, and certain Cormokers.

H Η

FLAVI vs.
ENCE; home, you idle creatures, get you

home;

Is this a boliday? what! know you not,
Being mechanical, you ought not walk
Upon a labouring day, without the figa
Of your profeffion 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 dire&tly.

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

Flav. What trade, thou knave? thou naughty knave, what trade ?

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

Flav. What mean'st thou by that? mend me, thou
saucy fellow?
Cob. Why, Sir, cobble you.
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