MACDUFF: The tyrant Macbeth has not disturbed their peace?
ROSS: They were at peace when I left them.
MACDUFF: Don't be stingy with your words. What's the news?
ROSS: As I was traveling here to deliver the news I sadly carry, I heard rumors flying that many good men were arming themselves against Macbeth. When I saw the tyrant's army on the move, I knew those rumors must be true. Malcolm, now is the time we need your help!
Your presence in Scotland would turn men into soldiers! Even the women would fight to rid themselves of Macbeth's oppression.
MALCOLM: Let them be comforted—I am coming. Gracious King Edward has sent us noble Siward and ten thousand men. There is no soldier more experienced or successful than Siward in the entire Christian world.