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[Scene IV.]


Enter Lepidus, Mecenas and Agrippa.

Lepidus.
Trouble your ſelues no further: pray you
haſten your Generals after.

Agr.
Sir, Marke Anthony, will e'ne but kiſſe Octauia,
and weele follow.

Lepi.
Till I ſhall ſee you in your Souldiers dreſſe,
Which will become you both: Farewell.

Mece.
We ſhall: as I conceiue the iourney, be at
Mount before you Lepidus.

Lepi.
Your way is ſhorter, my purpoſes do draw me
much about, you'le win two dayes vpon me.

Both.
Sir good ſucceſſe.

Lepi.
Farewell. Exeunt.

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