how goes the night, boy? the moon is down. i have not heard the clock. and she goes down at 12. i take't, 'tis later,sir. hold take my sword. there's husbandry in heaven; Their candles are all out. Take thee that too. A heavy summons lies like lead upon me, And yet i would not sleep. Merciful powers, Restrain in me the cursed thoughts that nature Gives way in repose.
take my sword.----who's there
A friend what,sir,not yet at rest? The King's abed. He hath been in unusual pleasure, and Sent forth great largess to your offices. this diamond he greets your wife withal, and shut up. in measurless content being unprepared, Our servant to defect, Which else should free have wroght
i dreamt last night of the three weird sisters. to you they show some truth. i think not of them yet, when we can entreat an hour to servve, we would spend it in some words upon that buiisness, if you would grant the time. at your kind'st leisure. if you shall cleave to my consent, when' tis, it shall make honor for you. so i lose none in seeking to argument, but still keepmy bosom franchised and allegiance clear i shall be counseled
they have not heard the 12 o'clock bell so Fleance believes it to be later than it is. Banquo tells Fleance that he feels bed for the people he has fought and that it cannot seem to leave his head
Banquo questions Macbeth as to why he is not asleep and gives Macbeth a diamond for the king to give to his wife
Macbeth tells Banquo that he will honor him but they should also serve the king and Banquo states that his allegiance will be towards the king