Speeches (Lines) for Second British Captain
in "Cymbeline"

Total: 2

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1

V,3,3118

First British Captain. Great Jupiter be praised! Lucius is taken.
'Tis thought the old man and his sons were angels.

Second British Captain. There was a fourth man, in a silly habit,
That gave the affront with them.


2

V,3,3125

Posthumus Leonatus. A Roman,
Who had not now been drooping here, if seconds
Had answer'd him.

Second British Captain. Lay hands on him; a dog!
A leg of Rome shall not return to tell
What crows have peck'd them here. He brags
his service
As if he were of note: bring him to the king.
[Enter CYMBELINE, BELARIUS, GUIDERIUS, ARVIRAGUS,]
PISANIO, Soldiers, Attendants, and Roman Captives.
The Captains present POSTHUMUS LEONATUS to
CYMBELINE, who delivers him over to a Gaoler:
then exeunt omnes]


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