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Cymbeline: Act 3, Scene 7

Cymbeline
Act 3, Scene 7

Rome. A public place.

  1. Enter two Roman Senators and Tribunes.

First Senator

2 - 11
  1. This is the tenor of the Emperor’s writ:
  2. That since the common men are now in action
  3. ’Gainst the Pannonians and Dalmatians,
  4. And that the legions now in Gallia are
  5. Full weak to undertake our wars against
  6. The fall’n-off Britains, that we do incite
  7. The gentry to this business. He creates
  8. Lucius proconsul; and to you the tribunes,
  9. For this immediate levy, he commands
  10. His absolute commission. Long live Caesar!

Tribune

12
  1. Is Lucius general of the forces?

Second Senator

13
  1.                                  Ay.

Tribune

14
  1. Remaining now in Gallia?

First Senator

15 - 19
  1.                          With those legions
  2. Which I have spoke of, whereunto your levy
  3. Must be supplyant. The words of your commission
  4. Will tie you to the numbers and the time
  5. Of their dispatch.

Tribune

20
  1.                    We will discharge our duty.
  1. Exeunt.
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