Antony and Cleopatra

by: William Shakespeare

  Act 1 Scene 4

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LEPIDUS

                                               Tomorrow, Caesar,
I shall be furnished to inform you rightly
80Both what by sea and land I can be able
To front this present time.

LEPIDUS

Tomorrow, Caesar, I’ll be able to tell you what land and sea forces I can raise for this war.

CAESAR

                                                    Till which encounter
It is my business too. Farewell.

CAESAR

I’ll be getting my own figures together in the meantime. Good-bye.

LEPIDUS

Farewell, my lord. What you shall know meantime
Of stirs abroad, I shall beseech you, sir,
85To let me be partaker.

LEPIDUS

Good-bye, my lord. If you receive any more news, please share it with me.

CAESAR

Doubt not, sir. I knew it for my bond.

CAESAR

Don’t worry, that goes without saying.
Exeunt
They exit.