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1 Guard. Caesar hath sent— Char. Too slow a messenger. [Applying the Asp, O, come apace, despatch; I partly feel thee.

1 Guard. Approach, ho! All's not well: Caesar's

beguil'd.

2 Guard. There's Dolabella, sent from Caesar: call

him.

1 Guard. What work is here!—Charmian, is this well done?

Char. It is well done, and fitting for a princess Descended of so many royal kings. Ah, soldier ! [Dies.

Enter Dolabella.

Dol. How goes it here?

2 Guard. All dead.
Dol. Caesar, thy thoughts

Touch their effects in this: Thyself art coming
To see perform'd the dreaded act, which thou
So sought'st to hinder.

Enter Caesar, and Train.

Dol. O, sir, you are too sure an augurer;
That you did fear, is done.

Oct. Krav'st at the last:
She leveled at our purposes, and, being royal,
Took her own way.—The manner of their deaths?
I do not see them bleed.

Dol. Who was last with them?

1 Guard. A simple countryman, that brought her figs; This was his basket.

Oct. Poisoned, then.

Dol. Here, on her breast,
There is a vent of blood, and something blown:
The like is on her arm.

1 Guard. This is an aspick's trail;

[Pointing to the Floor.

And these fig-leaves have slime upon them, such
As the aspick leaves upon the caves of Nile.

Oct. Most probable,
That so she dy'd: for her physician tells me,
She hath pursu'd conclusions infinite
Of easy ways to die.—Take up her bed;
And bear her women from the monument:—
She shall be bury'd by her Antony:
No grave upon the earth shall clip in it
A pair so famous. High events as these
Strike those that make them: and their story is
No less in pity, than his glory, which
Brought them to be lamented. Our army shall,
In solemn show, attend this funeral;
And then to Rome. Come, Dolabella, see
High order in this great solemnity. [Exeunt.

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