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T. Maccius Plautus, Mercator, or The Merchant (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 1, scene 2 (search)
Enter ACANTHIO, at a distance, in haste. ACANTHIO to himself. With your utmost power and might always try and endeavour that your younger masterYour younger master: "Herus minor." One version renders these words, "your master when thrown down." That surely cannot be the meaning of the passage. may by your aid be preserved. Come then, Acanthio, away with weariness from you; take care and be on your guard against sloth. At the same time put an end to this panting; troth, I can hardly fetch my breath; at the same time, too, drive right full against all those persons who come in the way, shove them aside, and push them into the road. This custom here is a very bad one; no one thinks it proper for him to give way to one who is running and in haste; and thus three things must be done at the same moment, when you have commenced upon but one; you must both run and fight, and squabble as well, upon the road. CHARINUS apart. What's the reason of this, that he's requiring speed for himself at