PAGE: He asked me to stand away and leave him, so I did. Soon someone came with a light to open the tomb, and my master drew on him, and then I ran to call the watch.
PRINCE ESCALUS: This letter confirms the Friar's account. It describes the course of their love and the news of her death. Here he writes that he bought poison from a poor apothecary and brought it here to this vault to die and lie with Juliet.
Where are these enemies? Capulet! Montague! See what evil your hate has caused! Heaven has found a way to kill your joys with love. And because I looked the other way as you raged, I too have lost a pair of kinsmen. All are punished.
CAPULET: Brother Montague, give me your hand, and I'll take it as my daughter's dowry. I can ask for nothing more.
MONTAGUE: But I can give you more. I'll raise her statue in pure gold.
As long as Verona goes by that name, there shall be no figure more praised than true and faithful Juliet.
CAPULET: I will make a statue of Romeo, just as rich, to lie by his lady's side. Oh, poor sacrifices to our hatred!