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' By the mass, I was about to say
say " something, What did I leave ?
Rey. At, closes in the consequence .
Pol. At, closes in the consequence --- Ay, marry. • He closes thus : I know the gentleman, I saw him yesterday, or pt other day, 9 O: then, or then, with such, or fuch; and, as you say, • There was he gaining, there o'ertook in 's rowie, There falling out at tennis, or, perchance, I saw him enter ' such a house of u fale, Videlicet, a brothel, or so forth.--- See you now, Your bait of fallhood w takes this * carp of truth: And thus do we of wisdom and of reach, With windlaces, and with y assays of byas,
z indirections find directions out; So by my former lecture and advice Shall you my fon. You have me, have you not?
Rey. My lord, I have.
The words By the mass, are in the So the qu's and C. The fo's, and qu's, but are omitted in all the other all the relt, instead of or read and. editions.
s The qu's read, m The 2d, 3d and 4th fo's, and R. Toere was a gaming there, or tooke in 's read robing.
rotule. n The fo's and R. add to this speech + The 2d q. instead of such reads fucí of Roznaluo these words, st friend, or jo, or fuch; the 3d q. fucb and fuch. and genileman.
u First and 2d fo's, saile ; ;d and 4th, • The fo's, R. and C. read,
fail. lic closes with you ibus. I know ibe
e geri w First and 23 qu's, rake. So.Swith. ticman.
out giving lakes, the reading of 3d q. P Qu's, ii'esber.
* The fo's read
Pol. God a b'w you,
Pol. Farewel. How now, Ophelia, what's the matter?
Oph. My lord, as I was 8 sewing in my h closet,
a Qu's, buy ye; ist, 2d and 3d fo's, i Instead of foul'd, T. puts down loose;
and, in his note, says he has restored the b First and 2d qu's, far ye, &c. reading of the elder qu's: but there is « H. and W, c'en for in.
no such reading as isoje either in the qu's, d Co adds basily.
fo's, or any edition before him : nevere So the qu's and C. The fo's and all theless the succeeding editors, except C, the other editions read, Alas, my lord, I implicitly following him, read loose. bave, &c.
k The 2d q. T. W. J. and C. read f Th: fo's and all succeeding editions down-gyred. read, in the name of beav'n.
1 P. and all after, except C. infert ebus & All but W', and J. Sowing.
before be. The fo's and R. read cbamber,
Pol. Mad for thy love?
Oph. My lord, I do not know;
Pol. What said he?
As it did seem to shatter all his bulk,
without his eyes; For out
w o' doors he went without their * helps, And, to the last, bended their light on me..
Pol. y Come, go with me, I will go seek the king.
m The 2d, 3d and 4th fo's, and R. omit, and beld one bard.
Qu's, á for be. o P, alters this to, leng time said be fo. And is followed by all the editors after him.
p Pi's duodecimo read, bis for mine; 2d, 3d, 4th fo's, R. and H. my.
9 The 2d, 3d and 4th fo's, and R. for pirccus tead kidevus.
r So the qu's and C. The fo's and all the other editions read, Thar it, &*c.
s P. instead of that done, puts down then; and is followed by all the editors after him, except C.
t Three last fo's omit me.
• The 2d and 3d q, the fo's, and R. read boulders.
w First and 2d qu's, fo's, R. and P, adoors.
* So the qu's and C. All the other editions read help.
y The fo's omit Come.
2 The 2d and ad gu's, and W, read foresses.
And leads the will to desprate undertakings,
Oph. No, my good lord; but as you did command,
Pol. That hath niade him mad.
sort To lack discretion. Come, go we to the king. This must be known; which being kept close, might move : More grief to hide, than hate to utter love. Come.
a The qu's read paffionis.
e First and ad qu's, and C. beshrow. b So the qu’s, P. H. and C. The reft f So the qu's and C. The fo's, with read speed.
all the rest, read, It seems, it is as proper, c The ift and ad qu's read coted; the C. 3d coated. W. reads nored.
& H. reads, d The fo's read I fear, &c. P. alters More grief to bide bate, tben to utter love. thus, I fear'd be ed; and is followed h All but qu's and C, omit come. by all the succeeding editors, except C.
i The Palace,
Enter King, Queen, Rosencraus, Guildenstern, m Lords, and
King. Welcome, dear Rosencraus, and Guildenstern!
reft here in our court
i The fo's and R. make the 2d scene begin bere. * R. forfa describes the scene.
Qu's, Florish, Enter, &c. m The fo lowing words of the direction put in by R. in tead of cum aliis in the fo's.
a The 3d 4, 7. W. and 7. read some. ibir.g jou bave beard.
9 The fo's and R, instead of urcan, read dien.
I Qu's, fub.
s So the qu's. W. reads 'bavour. All the rest read bumour.
! The qu's read occasion : All the reft occasions.