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Enter Roffe and Angus.
Mal. The worthy Thane of Rolle.
Roffe. From Fife, great king,
* The victory fell on us.
King. Great happiness!
Rosse. ° That now
f P. and all after, read But before numbers terrible, alified, &c. followed by
all after, & First f..Wbat a bafte, &c. :! So all before P; he and all after,
h Upson thinks this line should be except C. 'gan. given to Malcolme.
m In all editions before T. the com. J-proposes, eems for seems. ma is placed after point.
* P. alters this to, numbers terrible; * P, and all after, except C. om which gives occafion to T, to stop in the And. following manaer, Norway, bimself witb · P. and all after, omit Tbat as
Nor would we deign him burial of his men,
King. No more that Thane of Cawdor shall deceive
Roffe. I'll see it done.
i IVitch. Where hast thou been, sifter?
i Witch. A failor's wife had chesnuts in her lap, And mouncht, and mouncht, and mouncht,
• Aroynt thee, witch, the rump-fed ronyon cries. Her husband's to Aleppo gone, master o'th' Tiger :
P The ift f. Cilmes yneb; the other 4 P. and all after, except C. omit fo's, R. and C. Cornes bill; the relt, present. Colmes-kill-isle, except H. who reads as The three laft fo's, great, in the text, and gives the following note: • The 3d and 4th fo's, Anoyat for “ Colmkil is one of the Western ifles of Aroynt. « Scotland, otherwise callid Jona."
But in a fieve I'll thither fail,
1 Witeh. I myself have all the other.
2 Witch. Shew me, shew me.
1 Witch. Here, I have a pilot's thumb, Wrackt as homeward he did come. 3
Witch. A drum, a drum! Macbetb doth come!
So the fo's, R. and C; the rest, y i. e. interdi&ted. As the Pope's le. Tbeu art for Tbox'rt.
gate told K. Jobn, “ He (the Pope) 7. proposes, various for very. “ hath wholly interdi&ted and cursed All before P, read ports for points. you,
for the wrongs you have done * So all before P; he and all after, “ unto the holy church.” Fox, Vol. I. creept C. I will for I'I.
p 185. Upron's Crit. Ob.
All. The 2 weïrd fifters, hand in hand,
Enter Macbeth' and Banquo *.
Mac. So foul and fair a day I have not feen.
Ban. How far is 't call'd to Foris? - What are there, So wither'd and so wild in their attire? That look not like th' inhabitants oth' earth, And yet are on 't? Live you, or are you aught That man may question? You seem to understand me, By each at once her choppy finger laying Upon her skinny lips. - You should be women,
z So T. H. and C; the rest, wryward. fendistbår fuld be wit. And hence comes “ Be aventure Makbeth and Banquho wizard. Upran, Crit. Obr. were pafand to Fores, qubair king Dun- a R. and all after add, with foldiers cane bapnit to be for the tyme, and met be and orker attendants, (except C. who digergait. ebre women clorbie in elrage and rects, Enter Macb. and Bang. journeyingi *ncourb wid. They wer jugis be ebe pe Foldiers, and others, at a distance). But, pill to be weird fifteris. The old Scarifh as it does not appear that there is any chron, fol. c. 1XXIII. From the An- need of them in the scene, so it is likeglo-Sax. wyrd, fatum, comes, weird wise improper there ihould be any
witfifters, parca. So Douglass in his trané nesses to what paffed in it. lation of Virgil, Æn. III. Probibent nam 6 All before P. Soris for Foris, cætera parcæ fcire. Tbe weird fferis de
And yet your beards forbid me to interpret
you Mac. Speak; if you can; what are you? 1 Witch. All-hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of
Glamis ! 2 Witch. All-hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of
Cawdor! 3 Witch. All-hail, Macteth! that shalt be king hereafter.
Ban. Good sir, why do you start, and seem to fear
1 Witch. Hail!
3 Witch. Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none; . So, all hail, Macbeth and Banquo !
1 Witch. Banquo and Macbeth, all hail !
E All before P. urspl.
d P. and H. omit So.