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Both sides are even: Here I 'll fit i' th midst.
[p To the Mürthérer aside, at the door. Mur. 'Tis Banquo's then.
Macb. 'Tis better thee without, than 9 he within. Is he dispatch'd ?
Mur. My Lord, his throat is cut; ' that I did for him. Macb. Thou art the best So'th' cut-throats; yet he's
good, That did the like for Fleance; if thou didst it, Thou art the non-pareil.
Mur. Most royal Siry Fleance is scap'd:
Macb. Then comes my fit again: I had else been perfect,
Mur. Ay, my good Lord : fafe in a ditch he bides,
Macb. Thanks for that;-
P No direction in fo's.
s P. and all after, except C. of cute ibrears, &c.
į H. and C. bear ibee, &c. T. W. and 7. bear't, &c.
Lady. My royal Lord,
[* The Ghost of Banquo rises, and sits in Macbeth's place.
Len. May 't please your Highness sit ?
Macb. Here had we now our country's honour roofd, Were the grac'd person of our Banquo present, .
Who may I rather challenge for unkindness,
Rofe. His abfence, Sir,
· P. and H. cold for fold.
y All before P. read wbo; he and all " All but the firft f. and C. omis after, but C. wkom ; but wbe is 'fres
quently used as an accusative by Sbaka * The fo's, Enter ebe gbofl of Bane speare. quo, and fits, &c.
2 No direction in the fo's.
Macb. Thou canst not say I did it: never shake Thy goary locks at me.
Roffe. Gentlemen, rise; his Highness is not well.
Lady. Sit, worthy friends. My Lord is often thus,
[ To Macbeth afide. Macb. Ay, and a bold one, that dare look on that, Which might appal the devil.
Macb. Prythee, see there!
1 The three last fo's, momentany. 9. proposes, Impoffures true to fear,
P. and all after, except Co on for &c. C. reads, Impoftures of true feara spon. 6 No direction in the fo's,
f This direction not in fo's. · P. and H. omit O.
Those, that we bury, back; our monuments
Lady. What? quite uninann'd in folly?
Macb. Blood hath been fhed ere now, i th' olden time,
Lady. My worthy Lord,
To those that know me. . Come, love and health to all!
No direction in the first f; the for obe car. other fo's, [Exit gboft.
c Firft f. bas for lave.
T. W. and C. gen'ral for gentle. & P. and H. omit Come.
h The fo's and R, make the Ghoft • P, and all after, except C. ib' car rise again here.
Would he were here! to all, and hiin, we thirst,
[* The ghefi rises again. Macb. Avaunt, and quit my fight! Let the earth hide
Lady. Think of this, good Peers,
Macb. What man dare, I dare.
ii. e. all good wishes to all: such as p The first f. reads and points, y he had named above, love, healıb and item:bling 1 inbabit sben, protest me, &c.
the other fo's, R. and 7. If trembling? k Fo's; Enter Gbofl.
inhabit, oben protest me, &c. P. and the I ov sói xatlarilee yair usi646 lo de rel, If trembling I inhibit, then proteft Argi Spectro, Ækh. ed. Stanh p. 62. ne, &c. 7. proposes, evade it, for it.
m ở ci woorbeles Garso apa’rxwi. ibid. babit. I would read and point as in the v. præced.
text above; or as follows: If trembling 1, n For th' Hyrcan, P. T. W. H. and in babit tben proteft me sbe baby of a girl, C. read Hyrcanian; J. Hyrcan.
&c. • R. reads O for or; P. and H. omit . The 4th f. proteft for proteft.