Trumpets sound. Enter MARK
ANTONY and EROS; a
|Soldier||The gods make this a happy day to Antony!|
|MARK ANTONY||Would thou and those thy scars had once prevail'd
To make me fight at land!
|Soldier||Hadst thou done so,
The kings that have revolted, and the soldier
That has this morning left thee, would have still
Follow'd thy heels.
|MARK ANTONY||Who's gone this morning?|
One ever near thee: call for Enobarbus,
He shall not hear thee; or from Caesar's camp
Say 'I am none of thine.'
|MARK ANTONY||What say'st thou?|
He is with Caesar.
|EROS||Sir, his chests and treasure
He has not with him.
|MARK ANTONY||Is he gone?|
|MARK ANTONY||Go, Eros, send his treasure after; do it;
Detain no jot, I charge thee: write to him--
I will subscribe--gentle adieus and greetings;
Say that I wish he never find more cause
To change a master. O, my fortunes have
Corrupted honest men! Dispatch.--Enobarbus!
OCTAVIUS CAESAR, AGRIPPA, with
DOMITIUS ENOBARBUS, and others
|OCTAVIUS CAESAR||Go forth, Agrippa, and begin the fight:
Our will is Antony be took alive;
Make it so known.
|AGRIPPA||Caesar, I shall.|
|OCTAVIUS CAESAR||The time of universal peace is near:
Prove this a prosperous day, the three-nook'd world
Shall bear the olive freely.
|[Enter a Messenger]|
Is come into the field.
|OCTAVIUS CAESAR||Go charge Agrippa
Plant those that have revolted in the van,
That Antony may seem to spend his fury
|[Exeunt all but DOMITIUS ENOBARBUS]|
|DOMITIUS ENOBARBUS||Alexas did revolt; and went to Jewry on
Affairs of Antony; there did persuade
Great Herod to incline himself to Caesar,
And leave his master Antony: for this pains
Caesar hath hang'd him. Canidius and the rest
That fell away have entertainment, but
No honourable trust. I have done ill;
Of which I do accuse myself so sorely,
That I will joy no more.
|[Enter a Soldier of CAESAR's]|
Hath after thee sent all thy treasure, with
His bounty overplus: the messenger
Came on my guard; and at thy tent is now
Unloading of his mules.
|DOMITIUS ENOBARBUS||I give it you.|
|Soldier||Mock not, Enobarbus.
I tell you true: best you safed the bringer
Out of the host; I must attend mine office,
Or would have done't myself. Your emperor
Continues still a Jove.
|DOMITIUS ENOBARBUS||I am alone the villain of the earth,
And feel I am so most. O Antony,
Thou mine of bounty, how wouldst thou have paid
My better service, when my turpitude
Thou dost so crown with gold! This blows my heart:
If swift thought break it not, a swifter mean
Shall outstrike thought: but thought will do't, I feel.
I fight against thee! No: I will go seek
Some ditch wherein to die; the foul'st best fits
My latter part of life.
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|Full Text||Act III, Scene 7 Near Actium Mark Antony's camp.|
|Act I, Scene 1 Alexandria. A room in Cleopatra's palace.||Act III, Scene 8 A plain near Actium/Act III, Scene 9 Another part of the plain./Act III, Scene 10. Another part of the plain.|
|Act I, Scene 2 The same. Another room.||Act III, Scene 11 Alexandria. Cleopatra's palace./Act III, Scene 12 Egypt Octavius' camp.|
|Act I, Scene 3 The same. Another room.||Act III, Scene 13 Alexandria. Cleopatra's palace.|
|Act I, Scene 4 Rome. Octavius Caesar's house.||Act IV, Scene 1 Before Alexandria. Octavius' camp. /Act IV, Scene 2 Alexandria. Cleopatra's palace.|
|Act I, Scene 5 Alexandria Cleopatra's palace.||Act IV, Scene 3 The same. Before the palace./Act IV, Scene 4 The same. A room in the palace.|
|Act II, Scene 1 Messina Pompey's house.||Act IV, Scene 5 Alexandria. Mark Antony's camp/Act IV, Scene 6 Alexandria Octavius' camp.|
|Act II, Scene 2 Rome. The house of Lepidus.||Act IV, Scene 7 Field of battle between the camps./Act IV, Scene 8 Under the walls of Alexandria.|
|Act II, Scene 3 The same Octavius Caesar's house./Act II, Scene 4 The same. A street.||Act IV, Scene 9 Octavius Caesar's camp/Act IV, Scene 10 Between the two camps. /Act IV, Scene 11 Another part of the same.|
|Act II, Scene 5 Alexandria. Cleopatra's palace.||Act IV, Scene 12 Another part of the same./Act IV, Scene 13 Alexandria Cleopatra's palace.|
|Act II, Scene 6 Near Misenum.||Act IV, Scene 14 The same. Another room.|
|Act II, Scene 7 On board Pompey's galley, off Misenum||Act IV, Scene 15 The same. A monument.|
|Act III, Scene 1 A plain in Syria/ Act III Scene 2 An ante-chamber in Octavius Caesar's house.||Act V, Scene 1 Octavius Caesar's camp.|
|Act III, Scene 3Alexandria Cleopatra's palace./Act III, Scene 4 Athens. A room in Mark Antony's house.||Act V, Scene 2 A room in the monument.|
|Act III, Scene 5 The same. Another room./Act III, Scene 6 Octavius Caesar's house.|
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