Speeches (Lines) for Proculeius
in "Antony and Cleopatra"

Total: 10

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1

V,1,3361

Caesar, I shall.

2

V,2,3387

Caesar sends greeting to the Queen of Egypt;
And bids thee study on what fair demands
Thou mean'st to have him grant thee.

3

V,2,3391

My name is Proculeius.

4

V,2,3402

Be of good cheer;
You're fall'n into a princely hand, fear nothing:
Make your full reference freely to my lord,
Who is so full of grace, that it flows over
On all that need: let me report to him
Your sweet dependency; and you shall find
A conqueror that will pray in aid for kindness,
Where he for grace is kneel'd to.

5

V,2,3415

This I'll report, dear lady.
Have comfort, for I know your plight is pitied
Of him that caused it.

6

V,2,3430

Hold, worthy lady, hold:
[Seizes and disarms her]
Do not yourself such wrong, who are in this
Relieved, but not betray'd.

7

V,2,3436

Cleopatra,
Do not abuse my master's bounty by
The undoing of yourself: let the world see
His nobleness well acted, which your death
Will never let come forth.

8

V,2,3444

O, temperance, lady!

9

V,2,3459

You do extend
These thoughts of horror further than you shall
Find cause in Caesar.

10

V,2,3467

So, Dolabella,
It shall content me best: be gentle to her.
[To CLEOPATRA]
To Caesar I will speak what you shall please,
If you'll employ me to him.

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