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D uncan, King of Scotland.
ch. Noblemen of Scotland.
Lords, Gentlemen, Officers, Soldiers, and Attendants.
The SCENE in the End of the Fourth AEt Lyes in
England, through the rest of the Play in Scot. land, and chiefly at Macbeth's Castle.
ACT I SCENE I.
SCENE an open Heath. Thunder and Lightning. Enter three Witches.
1 Witch. When the Hurly.burly's done,
1 Witch. Where the place ? 2 Witch. Upon the Heathi 3 Witch. There to meet with Macbeth, I Witch. I come, Gray-Malkin.
All. Padocke calls-.--anon--. Fair is foul, and foul is fair. Hover through the fog and filthy Air.
[They rise from the Stage, and fly away. SCENE II. A Palace. Enter King, Malcolme, Donalbain, Lenox, with Attendants)
meeting a bleeding Captain.
Mal. This is the Serjeant,
Cap. Doubtful it stood; i
Till he fac'd the Slave;
King. O valiant Cousin ! worthy Gentleman!
King. Dilmaid not this our Captains, Macbeth and Banquo ?
Cap. Yes, as Sparrows Eagles;