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	[Trumpets sound. Enter MARK ANTONY and EROS; a
	Soldier meeting them]

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?

Soldier: Who!
	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?

Soldier: Sir,
	He is with Caesar.

EROS:                   Sir, his chests and treasure
	He has not with him.

MARK ANTONY: Is he gone?

Soldier: Most certain.

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!

	[Exeunt]




	ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA






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