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Act V scene i
"I saw her laid low in her kindred's vault and presently took post to tell it you." -Balthasar, lines 21-24
Avt V scene ii
"Now I must to the monument alone. / Within this three hours will fair Juliet awake./ She will beshrew me much that Romeo/ hath had no notice of these accidents." -Friar Lawrence, lines 24-27
Act V scene iii
"O brother Montague, give me thy hand./ This is my daughter's jointure, for no more can I demand." -Lord Capulet, lines 306-308
Balthasar, Romeo's man, goes to Mantua to inform Romeo of Juliet's "death." Romeo plans to buy poison from a man that he saw on his way to Mantua, and travel to the Capulet's tomb so he can die with Juliet.
Friar John arrives at Friar Lawrence' cell with a letter he was supposed to deliver to Romeo, informing Romeo about Friar Lawrence's plan involving Juliet's "death." Friar Lawrence goes to the Capulet's tomb to await the wakening of Juliet.
Romeo arrives at the Capulet's tomb, not long after County Paris arrives at the same place. Paris sees Romeo opening the tomb, and fights Romeo. Romeo kills Paris and puts him in the tomb. Romeo drinks his poison and dies shortly before Juliet awakes.
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