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Where now it burns, Marcellus and myself,
Enter the Ghoft.
Hor. What art thou that usurp'st this time of night,
Mar. It is offended.
[Exit Ghoft. Mar. 'Tis gone, and will not answer.
Ber. How now, Horatio? you tremble and look pale.
Hor. Before my God, I might not this believe,
& The 2d and 3d qu's and S. omit w The qu's, fo's, R. and C. read somethis line. In the first q. and all the times. P. and the subsequent editions, other editions it is inserted; the words, sometime. Most like, in the next speech, would be x So all the editions before P. who impertinent without it. The first q. alters it to, . Teads Lookes a not, &c.
Stay; Speak; I cbarge sbee, Speak. + The gu's read, borrowes; all the and is followed by the editors after him, ref, barrows.
except C. u The fo's and R. read, Qaeftion il, . y So the firt g. the fo's, R. and C. Horatio,
the reft of it for en 't.
Without the sensible and a true avouch
Mar. Is it not like the king ?
Hor. As thou art to thyself. Such was the a
very armour he had on, When the th' ambitious Norway combated : So frown'd he once, when in an angry parle, He smote the < lleaded + Polack on the ice. 'Tis strange
Mar. Thus twice before, and just at this f dead hour, With martial stalk, hath he gone by our watch.
Hor. In what particular thought to work, I know not; But in the grofs and scope of my 5 opinion, This bodes fome strange eruption to our state.
Mar. Good now sit down; and tell ine, he that knows, Why this same strict and most observant watch So nightly toils the ḥ subject of the land? And why such daily k cott of brazen cannon, And foreign mart for implements of war? Why such impress of thip-wrights, whose sore tafk Does not divide the funday from the week?
z W. rry'd for rrue.
E Qu's mine. a The 2d, 3d, and 4th fo's omit very. h So all before P. who reads fubje&s; The fo's omit be.
followed by the rest except C. But jisbThe fo's and R. read sedded, sleaded, jeg seems here a noun of multitude, the or fedded, carried on a ;lead or Jewige. subject part of the land.
d The qu's and three first fo's read i Qu's witb. Which reading will Pollix; the 4th f. Poleaxe. Polack an bear, otherwise pointing. inhabitant of Poland, from the French * So the qu's; the rest cas. They Polacque. 7.
might not have the art of casting can. • The qu's and C. read jump for juft. non; if so, they consequently muft buy
f The 3d q. thrce laft fo's, and R. it. read fame for dead.
| The 3d and 4th f. Des's for Dues.
What might be toward, that this sweaty hafte
Hor, That can I :
So the fo's, R. and the rest, re
m The third q. reads labour,
. All the editions before P. read come bai; be aliers it to fight; followed by the reit, except C.
p So all the editors read before P, who alters it to, who éy fealid compat; and is followed by the rest, except C.
H. and 1. read of for and,
The qu's, Ibefe for oboje. : The lo's and R. en for of.
u The 3d q. vanquiff?.
w So the qu's, W. and C. the fo's and R, .As by she jane cou’nant; the rest, As by that cou'rant.
* The first q. the fo's, K. and C. read article.
y The first q. reads deliigne; the 20 delione; the 3d q. and first f. defigne. * P, and all after, except C. omit fir.
Shark'd up a list of a lawless refolutes,
e Ber. I think it be no other, but' even fo:
Hor. A % moth it is to trouble the mind's eye.
As fars with trains of fire, and dews of blood,
á So thc qu's and C. all the soft lardo i P,7, H, and W. omit and. kss.
Something seems to be wanting b The ad and 3d qu's, omít is. here ; a line perhaps might be omitted • The fo's, R. and P. And for As. through mistake, somewhat like the
d So the qu’s, W. and C. the reft, following, compulfative.
Tremendous prodigies in beav'n appcarida • The lincs in italic are omitted in | So the qu's. the fo's, but restored by R.
R. alters this co, Starssbone witb irairs 1 First q. enfo for even so.
of fire, diws of ilud fill, &c. to make & The 3d q, R. and all after, more for tense of the pairage, without fuppuring molb.
any thing wanting ; followed by the h Palmy, i. e, victorious. P. R. alters famy to flourishing,
Disasters in the sun, and the mois star,
Enter Ghost P again.
[°preading his arms,
Mar. Shall I ' ftrike it with my partizan?
m R. and all after (except C. who reads 9 The qu's, It spreads bis arms. · The dim'd for in) read, Disasters veil'd ibę fo's have no direction here. Jun.
» The fo's omit this direction, n First c. feare for fierce.
s The qu's read your for you. OT, H, and . read omor'da
So the qu's, and Pe's quarto; the p. The qu's omit ngam,
sci, Strike at it, &c,