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Saue your selfe, my Lord.Save yourself, my lord.Ham IV.v.100.2
The Ocean (ouer-peering of his List)The ocean, overpeering of his list,Ham IV.v.101
Eates not the Flats with more impittious hasteEats not the flats with more impiteous hasteHam IV.v.102
Then young Laertes, in a Riotous head,Than young Laertes, in a riotous head,Ham IV.v.103
Ore-beares your Officers, the rabble call him Lord,O'erbears your officers. The rabble call him lord,Ham IV.v.104
And as the world were now but to begin,And, as the world were now but to begin,Ham IV.v.105
Antiquity forgot, Custome not knowne,Antiquity forgot, custom not known,Ham IV.v.106
The Ratifiers and props of euery word,The ratifiers and props of every word,Ham IV.v.107
They cry choose we? Laertes shall be King,They cry ‘ Choose we! Laertes shall be king!’Ham IV.v.108
Caps, hands, and tongues, applaud it to the clouds,Caps, hands, and tongues applaud it to the clouds:Ham IV.v.109
Laertes shall be King, Laertes King.‘ Laertes shall be king! Laertes king!’Ham IV.v.110
Letters my Lord from Hamlet.Letters, my lord, from Hamlet.Ham IV.vii.36.2
This to your Maiesty: this to the Queene.These to your majesty. This to the Queen.Ham IV.vii.37
Saylors my Lord they say, I saw them not:Sailors, my lord, they say. I saw them not.Ham IV.vii.39
They were giuen me by Claudio, he receiu'd them.They were given me by Claudio. He received themHam IV.vii.40
Of him that brought them.Ham IV.vii.41.1