"Rebellious subjects, enemies to peace...once more, on pain of death, all men depart."-15
Thou shalt not stir one foot to seek a foe!-13
Act 1 Scene 2
"And too soon to be marred and those so early made.But woo her, gentle Paris, get her heart"-29
"Will you tell me that? His son was but ward two years ago."-60
Act 1 Scene 4
The prince arrives to a fight that broke out. Montague and Capulets (a group of people) are fighting. The two families are even willing to go as far as fight to the death. The prince is very angry that they would be willing to go so far, he yells that unless someone wishes to be exiled that he should never see them fighting again.
Act 2 Scene 2
“oh Romeo, Romeo where art thou Romeo?”-80
Prince Paris wants Juliet to fall in love with him but the Capulet he's talking to, Juliet's father, tests Prince Paris' loyalty to his daughter by mentioning there are other beautiful women available but Prince Paris doesn't even bat an eye at the test and passes flawlessly by his determination to win Juliet's affection.
Act 2 Scene 3
"I have been feasting with mine enemy, Where on sudden one hath wounded me, Thats by me wounded. Both our remedies Within thy help and holy psychic lies." -99
After Juliet arrived to the ball with her friends, she notices Romeo who is with his friends, the two fall in love with each other. Juliet asked her friends who Romeo was. Meanwhile Tybalt in the background gets angry, but only glares in fear of exile, at the familiar faced Romeo after seeing what was happening. Prince Paris also sees what is happening then realized Juliet pretty much hated him and this infuriates him.
Act 2 Scene 6
Without any foreshadowing of potential troubles, which eventually will happen, Romeo and Juliet break the rules by seeing each other and express their mutual love for one another. They would do anything to be united.
"Call me but love,and I'll be new baptized."-80
Romeo and Juliet wish to have a secret marriage so Romeo approaches Frair Lawrence, a catholic holy man and Franciscan Friar who has the power to approve of a catholic marriage, and explains how his love for Rosaline is gone and he now loves and wishes to marry "the enemy" (Juliet) on that specific day. After convincing Frair Lawrence that he (Romeo) wasn't doing something regretful, the Frair agreed.
Frair Lawrence doesn't realizes the consequences that will soon follow from marrying such young teenagers, but the two do share love that will be eternal and will continue on no matter what, even though their marriage will end in tragedy their love will thrive.