Puslapio vaizdai
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EDITIONS COLLATED:

The · Folio's, and Modern Editions.

• There appears to bave been no Edition of this Play older than the fira Folio

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A& I. Sc. 2, 4. A&t II. Sc. 4. AC III, Julius Cæfar,

Sc. 1, 2, 3•
Ostavius Cæfur,
Trium virs Act IV. Sc. 1. A& V. Sc. 1, 5.

Act
after the Act I, Sc. 2, 4. Act III. Sc. 1,
Mark Antony, death of IV. Sc. 1. A&t V. Sc. 1, 4, 5.
M. Æmil. Lepidus, Cæfar, A& III. Sc. 1, 5. A& IV, Sc. I.
Cicero,

| Az I. Sc. 2, 4, 6. Publius,

Senators, Act II. Sc. 4. Popilius Lena,

At III. Sc. I, 2. Brutus,

A& I. Sc. 2, 3, 4, 5. A& II. Sc. 1, 2,

3, 4. A&t lll. Sc. I, 2, 3. Act IV.

Sc. 2, 3. A& V. Sc. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Caffius,

Ad 1. Sc. 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8. Ad Il. Sc.

2. A& III. Sc. 1, 2, 3. Act IV. Sc. Casca,

2, 3. Act V. Sc. 1, 3. Conspirators

A& I. Sc. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. A& II. Sc.

2, 4. A& III. Sc. 1, 2. Cinna, against Cæsar, aal. sc. 8. A& II. Sc. 2,4. Act IIÍ.

Sc. 1, 2 Decius Brutus,

A& I. Sc. 2, 4. AA II. Sc. 2, 4. MetellusCimber,

III. Sc. 1, 2. Trebonius,

A& II, Sc, 2, 4. Act III. Sc. 1, 2.

Act II. Sc. 2, 4. A& Ill. Sc. 1, 2. Ligarius,

A&t II. Sc. 3, 4. Flavius, Tribunes,

A&t I. Sc. 1, 2.

Act I. Sc. 1, 2 • Marullus,

Ac I. Sc. 2, 4. Act II. Sc. 6. A& III. A Soothsayer,

Sc1, 2.
Artemidorus, a Sophift, A& II, Sc. 5. A& III. Sc. 1, 2.

A& III. Sc. 4.
Cinna, a Poet,
Another Poet,

A& IV, Se. 36

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1 The fo's and R. spell this name Cafka.

c H. calls him Decimus Brutus; Plutarcb sixsos Bpš tos, which in H. Stepbens's Latin and in Dacier's French translation is render'd Decius Brutus.

d The fo's, R. P. and C. call this name Murellus; which T. firft alter*d to MaTullus, upon the authority of Plutarcb.

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Lucilius, Lucilius,

AÂ IV. Sc. 2, 3. Ad V. Sc. 1, 3, 4, 5. Titinius, Friends, to Ad IV. Sc. 2, 3. A& V. Sc. 1, 3. Meffala, Brutus and

AA IV. Sc. 3. A& V. Sc. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Young Cato, Calius. Ad V. Sc. 3, 4. Volumnius,

A V. Sc. 3, 5. Lucius,

A& H. Sc. 1, 3, 6. AX IV. Sc. 3.

A iv. Sc. 3.
Varro,
Claudius,

Servants Act IV. Sc. 30
Clitus,

to Brutus, Act V. Sc. 5.

A& V. Sc. 5.
Dardanius,

A& V. Sc. 3. S.
Strato, a Grecian,
Pindarus, Servant to Caffius, AA IV. Sc. 2. AA V. Sc. 3o
Servant to Cæfar,

Act II. Sc. 4.
Servant to Intony,

At III. Sc. 2, 3.

A& I11. Sc. 2. Servant to Octaviusy

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Sc. I. OME. A ftreet. Enter Flav. Mar. a Car

penter, a Cobler, and certain other Commoners. Flav. and Mar, enquire of the Commoners, why they are got together in their beft apparel, and without the signs of their trades, which they ought not, unless on a holiday. They answer, that they make holiday to see Cæfar, and to rejoice in his triumph. Flav, and Mar. persuade them to disperse, and go home. Exeunt Commoners. Flav. and Mar. agree to difrobe the images they Thall find decked with trophies on Cæfar's account.

Exeunt. Sc. II. Enter Cafar, Ant. for the Course, Calph. Pora

Dec. Cic. Bru. Caf. Casc. a Soothsayer ; after them Mar. and Flav. Cæf, bids Ant. touch Calpha in the Course; it being an opinion that the barren, so touched, would become fruitful. The Sooth

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