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'ee with what Glorious Scorn the CheifeDisdains A Roman must not be a Romans Iord To Save his life and link his Country's Chaines
He's master of himself whilft mafter of his Sue
His Sword was allways Drawn for Liberty Pent up in Utica and Remote from home
Nor must be Sheath'd Untill Its Mafters free ato's a.Roman tho Excluded Rome
He Conquers Falling and Triumphing Dyes h his soul all Servile Acts Abhor'd And Cesar Views his End with Envious Eve
As it is Acted at the
THEATRE-ROYAL in Drury-Lane,
Her MAJESTY's Servants.
By Mr. ADDISON.
Esce Spectaculum dignum, ad quod refpiciat, intentus operi fuo,
Deus! Ecce par Deo dignum, vir fortis cum mala fortunâ
Sen. de Divin. Prov.
L O N D ON:
PRO LO GUE,
By Mr. P O P E.
Spoken by Mr. Wilks.
O wake the Soul by tender Strokes of Art,
To raise the Genius, and to mend the Heart,
He bids your Breafts with Ancient Ardor rife,
Britains attend : Be Worth like this approv'd,