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The Grecian chiefs pass by ACHILLES and PATRO
CLUS with slight notice, when they are standing at the entrance of their tent.
“ AJAX. How now, Patroclus ? Achill.
Good morrow, Ajax. AJAX.
Ha? Achill. Good morrow.
Ay, and good next day too. Achill. What mean these fellows? Know they not Achilles ?
(ULYSSES follows, watching the effect of his scheme to mortify ACHILLES' pride.")
Act III. S. 2.
THERSITES imitating AJAX.
66 THER. Why, he stalks up and down like a peacock, a-stride and a-stand: ... he knows not me: I said good morrow, Ajax, and he replies, thanks, Agamemnon.
I will put on his presence; let Patroclus make demands to me. You shall see the pageant of Ajax.
Pat. Jove bless great Ajax !
Ha! Achill. Why, but he is not in this tune, is he?"
Act III. S. 3.
TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.
CRESSIDA given up to the Greeks in exchange for
“Tro. Welcome, Sir Diomed! here is the lady
I charge thee use her well, even for my charge;
Dio. O be not moved, Prince Troilus ! . . . . . . . .
. . to her own worth She shall be prized;—but that you say—be't so, I'll speak it in my spirit and honour-no- ".
Act IV. S. 4.
The contest between AJAX and HECTOR,
- Dio. You must no more.
[Trumpets cease. ÆNEAS.
Princes, enough, so please you."
Act IV. S. 5.