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What I have done,
I am satisfied in nature,
I embrace it freely;
Come, one for me.
You mock me, sir.
Very well, my lord; Your grace hath laid the odds o'the weaker side.
King. I do not fear it: I have seen you both:-
Laer. This is too heavy, let me see another.
[They prepare to play.
me the stoups 8 of wine upon that
Ham. Come on, sir.
Judgment, Osr. A hit, a very palpable hit. Laer.
Well,--again. King. Stay, give me drink: Hamlet, this pearl is
Here's to thy health.-Give him the cup.
[Trumpets sound; and Cannon shot off within. Ham. I'll play this bout first, set it by awhile. Come.-Another hit; What say you? [They play.
Laer. A touch, a touch, I do confess.
He's fat, and scant of breath. Here, Hamlet, take my napkin,''rub thy brows: The queen carouses 2 to thy fortune, Hamlet.
Ham. Good madam,-
Gertrude, do not drink.
King. It is the poison'd cup; it is too late.
I do not think it.
[/side. Ham. Come, for the third, Laertes: You do but
I pray you, pass with your best violence;
Laer. Say you so ? come on.
2. Drinks good luck to you.
Osr. Nothing neither way.
(LAERTES wounds HAMLET; then, in scyl.
fling, they change Rapiers, and HAMLET
wounds LAERTES. King.
Part them, they are incens d. Ham. Nay, come again. [The Queen falls. Osr.
Look to the queen there, ho! Hor. They bleed on both sides :—How is it, my
Ham. How does the queen ?
She swoons to see them bleed.
Ham. O villainy!-Ho! let the door be lock'd:
Ham. The point
4 The foil without a button, and poisoned point.
Envenom'd too !-- Then, venom, to thy work.
[Stabs the King.
[King dies. Laer.
He is justly serv'd;
Never believe it;
As thou'rt a man,-
cup; let go; by heaven I'll have it. O God!-Horatio, what a wounded name, Things standing thus unknown, shall live behind me? If thou didst ever hold me in thy heart, Absent thee from felicity awhile,
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