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Never to rise again ; thy mother's poison'd;
Ham. The point envenom'a too?
[Stabs the King. All. Treason, treason. King: O yet defend me, friends, I am but hurt.
Ham. Here, thou incestuous, murd'rous, damned Danex Drink off this potion : is the Union here? Follow my mother.
[King dieser Laer. He is juftly served. It is a poison temper'd by himself, Exchange forgiveness with me, noble Hamlet ; Mine and my father's death coine nat on thee, Nor thine on me!
Hor. Never, believe it;
Ham. As th' art a man,
cup; let go; by heav'n, I’H have't Oh good Horatio, what a wounded name, Things ftanding thus unknown, fhall live behind me ? If thou didft ever hold me in thy heart, Absent thee from felicity a while, And in this harsh world draw thy breath in pain, To tell my tale. [March afar off, and fout within. What warlike noise is this?
V! Enter Ofrick. Ofr. Young
yóúng Fortinbras; with conquef come from
Enter Fortinbras, and English Ambassadors, with drum,
colours, and attendants.
Fort. Where is this fight?
Hor. What is it you would fee ?
Fort. This quarry cries on havock. O proud death!
Amb. The light is dismal,
Hor. Not from his mouth,
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x 7599 ore I Fort. Let us haste to hear it, And call the Noblesse to the audience,
doisto. For me, with forrow 1 embrace my
w 'le; od I have some rights of memory in this kingdom, Which, now to claim my vantage doth invite med
Hor. Of that I fall have also cause to speak,
Even while men's minds are wild, left more mifchance: Į On plots and errors happen.
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(35) Arid from bis Mouth, wbose Voice will draw no more. [This is: the Reading of the old Quarto's, but certainly a mistaken one. We say, a Man will no more draw Breath; but that a Man's Voice will draw no more, is, I believe, an Expression without anyc Au thority. I chuse to espouse the Reading of the Elder Folio. tra
And from bis Mouth, whose Voice will draw on mòrė.
But I do prophesy, tb Election lighes
Ir 2011 novost Accordingly, Horatio, here delivers that Mell'age; and very justiy infers, that Hamlet's Voice will be feconded by others, and procure them in Favour of Fortinbras’s Succession. 1
The foldier's mufick, and the rites of war
[Exeunt, marching : after which, a peal of
Ordnance is shot of