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Come sit you down here, ma'am, a little,
And I'll shew you two counterfeit faces;
Come, none of your fine airs and graces.
Like a ploughman so plump and so chubby;
Now, madam, this once was your hubby.
Ri tol, doo
You'll now please to look upon this :
I'd have married a monkey as soon-
Zounds! the fellow looks like a baboon!
take this and forego
Ri tol, 4c.
Queen. 0, say no more -I'll mind what I'm about: Your words have almost turn'd me inside out.
here's dad !
Hamlet—0, spectre grim! What brings thee here now?.
Thou com'st thy tardy son to chide, I fear now.
Don't be in a hurry, and all shall be right done.
Queen -Say, Hamlet, say, on what art thou staring;
So frightend am I, that I vow 'tis past bearing.
Tell her she'd better not be frighten'dm-pray do, Sir!
Hamlet_Whom 'tis I look at, fain you'd be knowing :
Straight thro' the trap-door now he's going.
Who thro’ the trap-door now is going?
cure; But I am no more mad nor drunk than you are. So don't humbug yourself; I'm not in liquor.Confess
your sins this instant to the vicar; Repent what's past, and don't do so again
uncle out of bed :
Be sure you
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) Hearing a noise, a rat, a rat,” he roard, And in his crazy fit whipp'd out his sword, And ran Polonius thro’ behind the curtain.
King. Had we been there, he'd have spik'd us for certain. Soon as ’tis day-light he shall buy a brush; And this unlucky job we'll try to hush. Ho! Guildenstern! (Enter GUILD. and Rosen.) Just
now hath Hamlet slain, By way of joke, our poor lord-chamberlain.