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Thou liv'st, report me and my cause aright
Hor. Never; believe it:
Ham. As th' art a man,
Osr. Young Fortinbras, with conquest come from Poland,
Ham. O, I die, Horatio: The potent poison quite o'er-grows my spirit, I cannot live to hear the news from England. But I do prophesie th' election lights On Fortinbras; he has my dying voice; So tell him, with th' occurrents more or less, Which have solicited.——The rest is silence. [Dies.
Hor. Now cracks a noble heart; good-night, sweet.
And flights of Angels sing thee to thy rest!
Enter Fortinbras and English Ambassador, with drum, colours, and Attendants.
Fort. Where is this fight?
Hor. What is it you would see?
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If aught of woe or wonder, cease your search.
Fort.This quarry cries 5 'out, havock !NOh proud death!
Amb. The fight is dismal,
Hor. Not from his mouth,
Fort. Let us haste to hear it,
Hor. Of that I shall have also cause to speak,
Fort. Let four captains
3 on havock!
Bear Hamlet like a soldier to the stage,
For he was likely, had he been put on, ,
To have prov'd most royally. And for his pasiage,
The soldiers mufick, and the rites of war,
Speak loudly for him!'
Take up the body: such a fight as this
Becomes the field; but here lhews much amiss.
Go, bid the soldiers shoot.
[Exeunt marching: aster which, a peal of ordnance is