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Old man as Menelaus wrests a letter from him.Strange daring yours, Menelaus, where you have no right. Menelaus Stand back! You carry loyalty to your master too far. Old man The very reproach you have for me is to my credit. Menelaus You shall rue it, if you meddle in matters that do not concern you. Old man You had no right to open a letter, which I was carrying. Menelaus No, nor you to be carrying sorrow to all Hellas. Old man Argue that point with others, but surrender that letter to me. Menelaus I shall not let go. Old man Nor will I let loose my hold. Menelaus Why then, this staff of mine will be dabbling your head with blood before long. Old man To die in my master's cause would be a noble death. Menelaus Let go! you are too wordy for a slave. Old man seeing Agamemnon approachingMaster, he is wronging me; he snatched your letter violently from my grasp, Agamemnon, and will not heed the claims of right.