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Rosencratz and Guildenstern find Claudius to talk about Hamlets murder. This is right before Hamlet appears to address his deeds.
Hamlet is brought in by the guards and is question about the Location of Polinus' dead body. When asked he responds at supper, not the one where ones eats but is eaten.
Good sir, whose powers are these?-How purposed, sir, I pray you.
They are of Norway Sir.-Against some part of Poland
Norway's army at the boarder waiting to gain entrance into Denmark to go "invade" Poland.
Hamlet inquiring about Fortenbraus' army with one of his captains. Norway has contentions with Denmark for prior conflict.