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Caesar. who is the in the press that phone call on me?I hear a tongue, shriller than all the music,Cry "Caesar!" Speak; Caesar is turn"d to hear.
Soothsayer. Beware the ides of March.
Caesar. What say"st thou to me now? speak once again.
Soothsayer. Beware the ides that March.
Portia. Come hither, fellow: which method hast you been?
Soothsayer. in ~ mine own house, an excellent lady.
Portia. What is"t o"clock?
Soothsayer. around the 9th hour, lady.
Portia. Is Caesar however gone to the Capitol?
Soothsayer. Madam, not yet: ns go to take my stand,To watch him pass on to the Capitol.
Portia. she hast part suit to Caesar, hast she not?
Soothsayer. That ns have, lady: if it will certainly please CaesarTo it is in so good to Caesar as to hear me,I shall beseech him come befriend himself.
Portia. Why, know"st thou any harm"s intended in the direction of him?
Soothsayer. None that I know will be, much that I fear may chance.Good morrow to you. Here the street is narrow:The throng that complies with Caesar at the heels,Of senators, that praetors, usual suitors,Will group a feeble man almost to death:I"ll obtain me come a place an ext void, and also thereSpeak to good Caesar as he come along.
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Ay, Caesar; however not gone.
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