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It was, so please your Highnesse.It was, so please your highness.Mac III.i.74.1
You made it knowne to vs.You made it known to us.Mac III.i.83.2
We are men, my Liege.We are men, my liege.Mac III.i.90.2
And I another,And I anotherMac III.i.110.2
So wearie with Disasters, tugg'd with Fortune,So weary with disasters, tugged with fortune,Mac III.i.111
That I would set my Life on any Chance,That I would set my life on any chanceMac III.i.112
To mend it, or be rid on't.To mend it or be rid on't.Mac III.i.113.1
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True, my Lord.True, my lord.Mac III.i.114.2
Though our Liues---Though our lives –Mac III.i.126.2
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We are resolu'd, my Lord.We are resolved, my lord.Mac III.i.138.2
But who did bid thee ioyne with vs?But who did bid thee join with us?Mac III.iii.1.1
Then stand with vs:Then stand with us;Mac III.iii.4.2
The West yet glimmers with some streakes of Day.The west yet glimmers with some streaks of day.Mac III.iii.5
Now spurres the lated Traueller apace,Now spurs the lated traveller apaceMac III.iii.6
To gayne the timely Inne, and neere approchesTo gain the timely inn; and near approachesMac III.iii.7
The subiect of our Watch.The subject of our watch.Mac III.iii.8.1
His Horses goe about.His horses go about.Mac III.iii.11.2
Stand too't.Stand to't!Mac III.iii.15.3
Let it come downe.Let it come down!Mac III.iii.16.2
Was't not the way?Was't not the way?Mac III.iii.19.2
Well, let's away, and say how much is done.Well, let's away and say how much is done.Mac III.iii.22
'Tis Banquo's then.'Tis Banquo's then.Mac III.iv.13.2
My Lord his throat is cut,My lord, his throat is cut;Mac III.iv.15.2
that I did for him.That I did for him.Mac III.iv.16.1
Most Royall Sir / Fleans is scap'd.Most royal sir – Fleance is scaped.Mac III.iv.19
I, my good Lord: safe in a ditch he bides,Ay, my good lord; safe in a ditch he bides,Mac III.iv.25
With twenty trenched gashes on his head;With twenty trenched gashes on his head,Mac III.iv.26
The least a Death to Nature.The least a death to nature.Mac III.iv.27.1
Where is your Husband?Where is your husband?Mac IV.ii.80
He's a Traitor.He's a traitor.Mac IV.ii.82.2
What you Egge?What, you egg,Mac IV.ii.83.2
Yong fry of Treachery?Young fry of treachery!Mac IV.ii.84.1
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