Speeches (Lines) for Captain in "Titus Andronicus"

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  • Romans, make way: the good Andronicus.
    Patron of virtue, Rome's best champio...
  • Romans, make way: the good Andronicus.
    Patron of virtue, Rome's best champion,
    Successful in the battles that he fights,
    With honour and with fortune is return'd
    From where he circumscribed with his sword,
    And brought to yoke, the enemies of Rome.
    [Drums and trumpets sounded. Enter MARTIUS and]
    MUTIUS; After them, two Men bearing a coffin
    covered with black; then LUCIUS and QUINTUS. After
    them, TITUS ANDRONICUS; and then TAMORA, with
    ALARBUS, DEMETRIUS, CHIRON, AARON, and other Goths,
    prisoners; Soldiers and people following. The
    Bearers set down the coffin, and TITUS speaks]
  • Bassianus. Tribunes, and me, a poor competitor.

    Captain. Romans, make way: the good Andronicus.
    Patron of virtue, Rome's best champion,
    Successful in the battles that he fights,
    With honour and with fortune is return'd
    From where he circumscribed with his sword,
    And brought to yoke, the enemies of Rome.
    [Drums and trumpets sounded. Enter MARTIUS and]
    MUTIUS; After them, two Men bearing a coffin
    covered with black; then LUCIUS and QUINTUS. After
    them, TITUS ANDRONICUS; and then TAMORA, with
    ALARBUS, DEMETRIUS, CHIRON, AARON, and other Goths,
    prisoners; Soldiers and people following. The
    Bearers set down the coffin, and TITUS speaks]

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