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William Shakespeare (1564–1616).  The Oxford Shakespeare.  1914.
 
Coriolanus
 
Act I. Scene VII.
 
The Gates of Corioli.
 
TITUS LARTIUS, having set a guard upon CORIOLI, going with drum and trumpet towards COMINIUS and CAIUS MARCIUS, enters with a Lieutenant, a party of Soldiers, and a Scout.
  Lart.  So; let the ports be guarded: keep your duties,
As I have set them down. If I do send, dispatch
Those centuries to our aid; the rest will serve        5
For a short holding: if we lose the field,
We cannot keep the town.
  Lieu.        Fear not our care, sir.
  Lart.  Hence, and shut your gates upon us.
Our guider, come; to the Roman camp conduct us.  [Exeunt.        10
 
 
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