Third Sold. 'Tis a brave army,
And full of purpose.
[Music of hautboys as under the stage.

Fourth Sold. Peace! what noise?

First Sold. List, list!

Sec. Sold. Hark!

First Sold. Music i'the air.

Third Sold. Under the earth.

Fourth Sold. It signs well, does it not?

Third Sold. No.

First Sold. Peace, I say!
What should this mean?

Sec. Sold. 'Tis the god Hercules, whom Antony loved,
Now leaves him.

First Sold. Walk; let's see if other watchmen
Do hear what we do.

Sec. Sold. How now, masters!

All. [Speaking together] How now! How now! Do you
hear this?

First Sold. Ay; is't not strange? 20

Third Sold. Do you hear, masters? do you hear?

First Sold. Follow the noise so far as we have quarter;
Let's see how it will give off.

All. Content. 'Tis strange. [Exeunt.

Scene IV.

The same. A room in the palace. Enter Antony and Cleopatra, Charmian and others attending.

Ant. Eros! mine armour, Eros!

Cleo. Sleep a little.

Ant. No, my chuck. Eros, come; mine armour, Eros!


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