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Without more motive, into ev'ry brain,
Ham. It TM waves me still.---Go on, I'll follow thee.
Ham. My fate cries out,
[ Breaking from them. By heaven, I'll make a ghost of him that lets me --I say, away. ---Go on --- I'll follow thee --
Exeunt Ghost and Hamlet. Hor. He waxes desp'rate with imagination. Mar. Let 's follow; 'tis not fit thus to obey him. Hor. Have after. --- To what iffue will this come? Mar. Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. Hor. Heaven will direct it. Mar. Nay, let's follow him.
m The fo's and R. read wafts.
6 7. W. and I. give this speech to Marcellus, contrary to all the other edi. tiegs.
p First q. arture; 2d q. artyri; fo's, artir.
9 C. Omits As.
Second q. ope.
Ham. "Whither wilt thou lead me? speak, I'll go no further.
Ghost. My hour is almost come,
Han. Alas, poor ghost !
Ghost. Pity me not, but lend thy serious hearing
Ham. Speak, I am bound to a hear.
Ghost. I am thy father's spirit,
u This description first given by T. 2 Second q. bere. So S. but gives
* The fo's and all after, except C. not the reading of the other qu's, vix. W bare for Whitber.
bear. y First f. bower; 2d f. bonour.
a W. reads too, i. e. most or very. Heatb proposes, i lafting fires, &c.
Would harrow up thy soul, freeze thy young blood,
Ham. % 0 God!
Ghost. Murder inost foul, as in the best it is;
Ham. Haste me to know it, that I, with wings as swift
Gbost. I find thee apt;
• The fo's, R. P. T. and H. read & The fo's, and all the editions after, anotiy.
'read, O beau'r ! c The qu's, fo's, and R. an for on. h The fo's read, Hafte, bafte me to know
d So the qu's. The fo's read frerful; it; qu's, know 'r; P. omits it. and all the subsequent editors follow i The fo's, R. P. and H. read rofs. them, without mentioning any other * The qu's and fo's read, Lethe wbarf. seading.
1 The fo's and R. It's for 'Tis. © The qu's and fo's read, porpentine. m The fo's, mine for my.
f The fo's and R. read, Lif Hamlet, n P. omits fo. eb lift,
Is by a forged process of my death
Ham. Oh, my prophetic soul ! 'iy uncle?
Ghoft. Ay that incestuous, that adulterate beast,
o The fo's and R. mire,
w The qu's read fort; 3d and 4th fo's, p Sogu's, fo's, and R. All after, suit. feat.
9 Firft, 2d and 3d fo's, karb for wieb; * Third and 4th fo's, in for on. 4th f, and R. and.
y First and 3d qu's, ift and 3d fo's, 1 Tbird q. wits.
fen! s First and 24 fo's, this for bisa
z The fo’s and R. morning's. i 'The ift and 2d qu's onita.
a The fo's, R. P. and H. read in for u The qu's reau,
of. Suomet boughts ardian angel lincke,
iny ears did
Upon my secure hour thy uncle stole
b 7. alters secure to secret.
m The qu's read unanueld; the fo's The qu's, Hebona.
and R, unnaneld; P. and W, uneneld; The fo's read viol, followed by all H. and C, unanneald; T, and J, unabut H. Viel is an instrument of music; neald. Vial, a small bottle, more properly spelt It is hardly to be doubted that Sbake. pbial.
speare wrote unanoild. To anoil was a e All but qu's, mine.
common phrase in use in his time, meanf The qu’s, polios
ing the same as 10 anoint. The Rbimish & Fo's, Aygre.
tetament with annotations, printed 1582, h The fo's and R. bek'd.
translates James v. 14. thus, i The fo's and R. and for of.
Is any man ficke among you ? les bim * The ift q. reads unbuzled, che ad bring in sbe prieftes of the cburche, and let and 3d, unnuzled.
bem pray over, bim, anoiling bim witb 1 The qu's, fo's, R. and 7. read dif- cile in the name of our Lord appointed. P. H. W. and C, unanointed. And in the annotations of this passage 7, una pointed