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TRA G E D Y
AL T E R E D:
PROLOGUE AND CHORUS;
BY HIS GRACE
JOHN DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM.
PRO L OG U E
A L T E R A TI ON
JULIUS CAES A R.
TOP E to mend SHAKESPEARE! or to match his style!
'Tis fucb a jelt, would make a Stoick smile.
Of greatest actions, and of noblest men,
who such a state inslav'd!
JULIUS CAESAR, DICTATOR.
JUNIUS, ONE OF CAESAR'S FREEDMEN.
TRADES MEN AND CITIZENS.
SPURINNA, A SOUTH-SA Y ER.
THIS PLAY BEGINS THE DAY BEFORE CAESAR'S DEATH,
AND ENDS WITHIN AN HOUR AFTER IT.
Enter two Roman Senators at one door, TREBONIUS
and CASCA at another.
Hall, good TREBONIUS.
very image of it strikes my fancy! Methinks I see a thousand noble captives Drooping with grief, which yet was lighter made By his kind usage. After came the treasures; Our treasures ! for it was not then as now,