Antony and Cleopatra Translation Act 2, Scene 4
Enter LEPIDUS, MECAENAS, and AGRIPPA
Trouble yourselves no further. Pray you, hastenYour generals after.
Don't trouble yourselves any further. Please, hurry after your generals.
Sir, Mark AntonyWill e’en but kiss Octavia, and we’ll follow.
Sir, Mark Antony is only going to kiss Octavia, and then we'll follow.
Till I shall see you in your soldiers’ dress,Which will become you both, farewell.
Until I see you dressed like soldiers, which will suit you both well, goodbye.
We shall,As I conceive the journey, be at the MountBefore you, Lepidus.
As I anticipate it, we will be at Mount Misenum before you, Lepidus.
Your way is shorter.My purposes do draw me much about.You’ll win two days upon me.
Your route is shorter. I have business that will take me to many different places. You'll get there two days before I will.
Sir, good success.
Sir, we wish you luck.
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