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  • Title: Coriolanus (Folio 1, 1623)

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    Author: William Shakespeare
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    Coriolanus (Folio 1, 1623)

    Titus Lartius, hauing set a guard vpon Carioles, going with
    Drum and Trumpet toward Cominius, and Caius Mar-
    tius, Enters with a Lieutenant, other Souldiours, and a
    Lar. So, let the Ports be guarded; keepe your Duties
    715As I haue set them downe. If I do send, dispatch
    Those Centuries to our ayd, the rest will serue
    For a short holding, if we loose the Field,
    We cannot keepe the Towne.
    Lieu. Feare not our care Sir.
    720Lart. Hence; and shut your gates vpon's:
    Our Guider come, to th' Roman Campe conduct vs.