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"Witness The Prince of Tyre, his Pericles:
"His sweet and his to be admired lay

"He wrote of lustful Tarquin's rape, shows he
"Did understand the depth of poesie."

For the division of this piece into scenes I am responsible, there

being none found in the old copies.

MALONE.

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Bru....

Art thou any thing?

Art thou some god, some angel, or some devil, That mak'st my blood cold, and my hair to stare? Speak to me, what thou art.

Julius Caesar.

A

TRAGEDY,

BY

WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE.

ACCURATELY PRINTED

FROM THE TEXT OF

MR. STEEVENS'S LAST EDITION.

PERSONS REPRESENTED.

Julius Cæsar.

Octavius Cæsar,

Marcus Antonius,

Triumvirs, after the Death of
Julius Cæsar.

M. Emil. Lepidus,

Cicero, Publius, Popilius Lena, Senators.

Marcus Brutus, 1

Cassius,

Casca,

Trebonius,

Ligarius,
Decius Brutus,

Metellus Cimber,

Cinna,

Flavius, and Marullus, Tribunes.
Artemidorus, a Sophist of Cnidos.
A Soothsayer.

Cinna, a Poet.

Conspirators against Julius Cæsar.

Another Poet.

Lucilius, Titinius, Messala, Young Cato, and Volumnius; Friends to Brutus and Cassius.

Varro, Clitus, Claudius, Strato, Lucius, Dardanius; Servants to Brutus.

Pindarus, Servant to Cassius.

Calphurnia, Wife to Casar.
Portia, Wife to Brutus.

Senators, Citizens, Guards, Attendants, &c.

SCENE, during a great part of the play, at Rome: afterwards at Sardis; and near Philippi.

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