Balthasar: Then she is well, and nothing is wrong. Her bodysleeps in the Capulet tomb, and her immortal soul lives with the angels in heaven. I saw her buried in her family's tomb, and then I came here to tell you the news.
Romeo:Do you have news from Verona!-What is it, Balthasar? Do you bring me a letter from the friar? How is my wife? Is my father well? How is my Juliet? I askthat again because nothing can be wrong if she is well.
Romeo:Come here, man. I see that you are poor. Here areforty ducats. Let me have a shot of poison, something that works so fast that the person who takes it will die as fast as gunpowder exploding in a canon.
Apothecary:I have lethal poisons like that. But it's against the law to sell them in Mantua, and the penalty is death.
Frair John: I couldn't send it. Here it is I couldn't get a messenger to bring it to youeither because they were scared of spreading the infection.