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... more dead , And never will come again . His beard was as white as my shift ,
As white as my shift was his pole : He is gone - let ' s be jolly , For grieving ' s a
folly , And never will save his soul . [ Exeunt Ophelia and Queen . King . Laertes ...
Laertes , I lament your situation : But come ; we ' ll have a private conversation ,
And I ' ll acquaint you who ' twas kill ' d your father .Or , if you like not this plan ,
and had rather Submit our diff ' rence to an arbiration , You may depend on
Laertes . I will be ruld by you ; but plan it so , That I may tip the rascal his death -
blow . King ' Tis rumour ' d you ' re a famous pugilist ;Now , Hamlet oft hath long '
d to try your fist :I ' ll have you box together for a wager ! Laertes . To give him a ...
Laertes , In with her then : ( The coffin is put into the grave ) and if , as gossips tell
, Old maids are destin ' d to lead apes in hell , May ' st thou be one in my poor
sister ' s train . Hamlet . What , my old sweetheart ! We ' re bewitch ' d , ' tis plain (
b ) ...
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