SECOND WATCHMAN: Here's Romeo's man. We found him in the churchyard.
CHIEF WATCHMAN: Hold him in custody 'til the prince gets here.
THIRD WATCHMAN: Here is a Friar, trembling and weeping. We took this axe and spade from him as he was coming from this side of the churchyard.
CHIEF WATCHMAN: Very suspicious. Hold him, too.
PRINCE ESCALUS: What early-rising crimes call me from my morning rest?
CAPULET: What has happened, that they cry so loud?
LADY CAPULET: Oh, the people in the street cry out "Romeo," and "Juliet," and "Paris." They run in riot toward our tomb.
PRINCE: What is this outcry that bursts in my ears?
CHIEF WATCHMAN: Prince, here lies Count Paris slain and Romeo dead. And Juliet, who we thought was dead before, warm and newly killed.
PRINCE ESACLUS: Seek this foul murder's cause!
CHIEF WATCHMAN: Here's a Friar, and dead Romeo's man—they have tools fit to open dead men's tombs.