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    Act 3. Scene VIII

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    SCENE VIII. A plain near Actium.

    Enter OCTAVIUS CAESAR, and TAURUS, with his army, marching
    OCTAVIUS CAESAR
    Taurus!

    TAURUS
    My lord?

    OCTAVIUS CAESAR
    Strike not by land; keep whole: provoke not battle,
    Till we have done at sea. Do not exceed
    The prescript of this scroll: our fortune lies
    Upon this jump.

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