FRIAR LAWRENCE: I came here alone at the hour she was due to awake, to take her from her kinsmen's vault and hide her in my cell until I could contact Romeo. But when I came here, just a few minutes before her awakening, the noble Paris and honest Romeo were already dead.
She awoke. I begged her to come out with me, to endure this tragedy of heaven with patience. But then a noise scared me from the tomb. The desperate Juliet would not go with me—instead, it seems, she did violence to herself.
All this I know. Her nurse also knew the secret of the marriage. If any part of this tragedy is my fault, let my old life be sacrificed under the strictest punishment of the law.
PRINCE ESCALUS: ...We have always known you to be a holy man.
Where's Romeo's man? What does he say about this?
BALTHASAR: I brought my master news of Juliet's death, then he in haste rode from Mantua to this tomb. He bid me give this letter to his father, and then, threatening me with death if I followed, he went into the tomb.
PRINCE ESCALUS: Give me the letter, I'll look at it.
Where's the count's page who called the watch?
Boy, what was your master doing here?
PAGE: He came with flowers to spread on his lady's grave.