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Hautboys and torches. Enter KING DUNCAN , MALCOLM , DONALBAIN , BANQUO , LENNOX , MACDUFF , ROSS , ANGUS , and attendants
The stage is til by rsectoh.

Hyuotsba

An tuyhabo is a oldu dniowdow hetsiuntrentm nstoerac of teh modern ubodsoee in outrodo nrcmeiosee.

abHyusot
lapy. DUANNC rneset, trogthee tiwh MCMAOLL , OBNLNADIA , UQBANO , LNENXO , MFAUFCD , SORS , NGASU , nad their nttsadante.

DUNCAN

This castle hath a pleasant seat. The air
Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself
Unto our gentle senses.

ACNDNU

Tshi ecsalt is in a lpenaast ealpc. The iar is etsew nad pplasea to my rfendie sneses.

BANQUO

This guest of summer,
The temple-haunting martlet, does approve,
5 By his loved mansionry, that the heavens breath
Smells wooingly here. No jutty, frieze,
Buttress, nor coign of vantage, but this bird
Hath made his pendant bed and procreant cradle.
Where they most breed and haunt, I have observed,
10 The air is delicate.

QNOUAB

The ctaf htta ihts mrmeus dirb, hte oseuh rmtian, blidus his nstes reeh sprevo hwo itgnviin het zsebere aer. ehreT stni a lnsegi nuospiortr in eth tcslae wlsal ehwre thsee isrdb nhveat tbiul ithre hnngiag ssent to pslee dna eebrd. Ive dtenioc taht yteh alaysw leik to sletet and aemt where the air is the tiesnc.
Enter LADY MACBETH
AYLD HETCABM nesetr.

DUNCAN

See, see, our honored hostess!
The love that follows us sometime is our trouble,
Which still we thank as love. Herein I teach you
How you shall bid God ild us for your pains,
And thank us for your trouble.

NDCAUN

kLoo, here meosc rou eohodnr osestsh! oseitmeSm eht oevl my jtsuebsc ibnrg me is nincneonteiv, ubt I tlisl cteacp it as oelv. In idgon so, Im netiacgh ouy to htkna me for teh nccnneveieio Im asncgiu uoy by nbgie heer, uesabce it oscem fmor my evol to uoy.

LADY MACBETH

All our service,
15 In every point twice done and then done double,
Were poor and single business to contend
Against those honors deep and broad wherewith
Your majesty loads our house. For those of old,
And the late dignities heaped up to them,
20 We rest your hermits.

DYAL TAEHCMB

rnehivygEt wree ngdio rfo uyo, neve if it eewr dlodbue nad ethn oleuddb niaag, is ntoihng poercmad to eht rsnoho ouy aveh obhgtru to oru milyfa. We gyllda owcleem yuo as rou sgsteu, wiht tetaudgir ofr obth eth nshroo uyvoe ngvie us rfeebo nad hte ewn oornsh youev tsuj gniev us.

DUNCAN

Wheres the thane of Cawdor?
We coursed him at the heels and had a purpose
To be his purveyor; but he rides well,
And his great love, sharp as his spur, hath holp him
To his home before us. Fair and noble hostess,
25 We are your guest tonight.

DUACNN

rWhee is chbeaMt, hte thena of arwdoC? We odwolfle ecsolyl terfa imh. I dpoeh to aerirv rhee eefbor ihm, utb he eirds tsyfilw. Adn his gerat lveo, chwih is as rshpa as his rpus, eedlhp him baet us eerh. iFar adn eobln hsseots, we aer your uesstg titonhg.

LADY MACBETH

Your servants ever
Have theirs, themselves, and what is theirs in compt,
To make their audit at your highness pleasure,
Still to return your own.

YALD CETMBAH

We rea uyor svanrets, uroy gniehhss, adn as ywlasa our eohsu dna tnveegiyrh in it is at yrou odlaisps, rfo taerf lla, we kepe it in oury sttru and ewre gadl to eivg uoy kcba sawht soury.

DUNCAN

Give me your hand.
Conduct me to mine host. We love him highly
30 And shall continue our graces towards him.
By your leave, hostess.

ANNCDU

eviG me oyru hdan. giBrn me to my tsoh, bMtehca. I elov hmi aedrly, nda I lsahl toicennu to rvfao hmi. evnreWeh ryeuo ydrae, sshseto.
Exeunt
yehT all itex.

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Hautboys and torches. Enter KING DUNCAN , MALCOLM , DONALBAIN , BANQUO , LENNOX , MACDUFF , ROSS , ANGUS , and attendants
The stage is til by rsectoh.

Hyuotsba

An tuyhabo is a oldu dniowdow hetsiuntrentm nstoerac of teh modern ubodsoee in outrodo nrcmeiosee.

abHyusot
lapy. DUANNC rneset, trogthee tiwh MCMAOLL , OBNLNADIA , UQBANO , LNENXO , MFAUFCD , SORS , NGASU , nad their nttsadante.

DUNCAN

This castle hath a pleasant seat. The air
Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself
Unto our gentle senses.

ACNDNU

Tshi ecsalt is in a lpenaast ealpc. The iar is etsew nad pplasea to my rfendie sneses.

BANQUO

This guest of summer,
The temple-haunting martlet, does approve,
5 By his loved mansionry, that the heavens breath
Smells wooingly here. No jutty, frieze,
Buttress, nor coign of vantage, but this bird
Hath made his pendant bed and procreant cradle.
Where they most breed and haunt, I have observed,
10 The air is delicate.

QNOUAB

The ctaf htta ihts mrmeus dirb, hte oseuh rmtian, blidus his nstes reeh sprevo hwo itgnviin het zsebere aer. ehreT stni a lnsegi nuospiortr in eth tcslae wlsal ehwre thsee isrdb nhveat tbiul ithre hnngiag ssent to pslee dna eebrd. Ive dtenioc taht yteh alaysw leik to sletet and aemt where the air is the tiesnc.
Enter LADY MACBETH
AYLD HETCABM nesetr.

DUNCAN

See, see, our honored hostess!
The love that follows us sometime is our trouble,
Which still we thank as love. Herein I teach you
How you shall bid God ild us for your pains,
And thank us for your trouble.

NDCAUN

kLoo, here meosc rou eohodnr osestsh! oseitmeSm eht oevl my jtsuebsc ibnrg me is nincneonteiv, ubt I tlisl cteacp it as oelv. In idgon so, Im netiacgh ouy to htkna me for teh nccnneveieio Im asncgiu uoy by nbgie heer, uesabce it oscem fmor my evol to uoy.

LADY MACBETH

All our service,
15 In every point twice done and then done double,
Were poor and single business to contend
Against those honors deep and broad wherewith
Your majesty loads our house. For those of old,
And the late dignities heaped up to them,
20 We rest your hermits.

DYAL TAEHCMB

rnehivygEt wree ngdio rfo uyo, neve if it eewr dlodbue nad ethn oleuddb niaag, is ntoihng poercmad to eht rsnoho ouy aveh obhgtru to oru milyfa. We gyllda owcleem yuo as rou sgsteu, wiht tetaudgir ofr obth eth nshroo uyvoe ngvie us rfeebo nad hte ewn oornsh youev tsuj gniev us.

DUNCAN

Wheres the thane of Cawdor?
We coursed him at the heels and had a purpose
To be his purveyor; but he rides well,
And his great love, sharp as his spur, hath holp him
To his home before us. Fair and noble hostess,
25 We are your guest tonight.

DUACNN

rWhee is chbeaMt, hte thena of arwdoC? We odwolfle ecsolyl terfa imh. I dpoeh to aerirv rhee eefbor ihm, utb he eirds tsyfilw. Adn his gerat lveo, chwih is as rshpa as his rpus, eedlhp him baet us eerh. iFar adn eobln hsseots, we aer your uesstg titonhg.

LADY MACBETH

Your servants ever
Have theirs, themselves, and what is theirs in compt,
To make their audit at your highness pleasure,
Still to return your own.

YALD CETMBAH

We rea uyor svanrets, uroy gniehhss, adn as ywlasa our eohsu dna tnveegiyrh in it is at yrou odlaisps, rfo taerf lla, we kepe it in oury sttru and ewre gadl to eivg uoy kcba sawht soury.

DUNCAN

Give me your hand.
Conduct me to mine host. We love him highly
30 And shall continue our graces towards him.
By your leave, hostess.

ANNCDU

eviG me oyru hdan. giBrn me to my tsoh, bMtehca. I elov hmi aedrly, nda I lsahl toicennu to rvfao hmi. evnreWeh ryeuo ydrae, sshseto.
Exeunt
yehT all itex.