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The English powre is neere, led on by Malcolm,The English power is near, led on by Malcolm,Mac V.ii.1
His Vnkle Seyward, and the good Macduff.His uncle Seyward and the good Macduff.Mac V.ii.2
Reuenges burne in them: for their deere causesRevenges burn in them; for their dear causesMac V.ii.3
Would to the bleeding, and the grim AlarmeWould to the bleeding and the grim alarmMac V.ii.4
Excite the mortified man.Excite the mortified man.Mac V.ii.5.1
What do's the Tyrant.What does the tyrant?Mac V.ii.11.2
Who then shall blameWho then shall blameMac V.ii.22.2
His pester'd Senses to recoyle, and start,His pestered senses to recoil and start,Mac V.ii.23
When all that is within him, do's condemneWhen all that is within him does condemnMac V.ii.24
It selfe, for being there.Itself for being there?Mac V.ii.25.1
We doubt it nothing.We doubt it nothing.Mac V.iv.2.2
The wood of Birnane.The wood of Birnan.Mac V.iv.3.2
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