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For tho’ at best you're no great things—’twere right
[Exit Queen. I must be staunch with her-I dare not falter : And thus we whip a thief, to save him from the halter.
END OF THE SECOND ACT.
ACT THE THIRD.
An Apartment in the Palace.
Enter King and Queen.
Mad as butter in the sun : (a)
hath Hamlet slain, By way of joke, our poor lord-chamberlain.
The body to the bone-house take ; seek out
[Exeunt Guild, and Rosen.
We'll now prepare to pack him off to London :-
If Hamlet thus go loose he'll make a racket,
Enter Rosencrantz and Guildenstern with Hamlet.
Now, Hamlet, where's Polonius ?
He's in heaven;
I shou'dn't wonder !
Therefore for England instantly prepare ;
[Exit Hamlet and Rosen.
[Exií King. SCENE II.
Another Room in the Palace.
Enter Queen and Horatio.
Queen. I will not speak with her.
She'll breed a riot ; You'd better have her in to keep her quiet.
Queen. Well, send her up. (Exit Hor.) I think the devil's That I can never be alone a minute.
That I in it, "“ up. (Exa
Enter Horatio with Ophelia.
Three children sliding on the ice,
All on a summer's day,
The rest—they ran away.