What will you do?...To show an unfelt sorrow is an office... I'll to England.
To Ireland I.
Our separated fortune shall keep us both the safer.
'Tis said they eat each other.
And Duncan's horses...Turned wild in nature...
Duncan's two sons, Malcolm and Donalbain, discuss their father's murder. They reason that they might too be endangered and should flee fort heir safety. Malcolm departs to England and Donalbain to Ireland.
The King's two sons, are stol'n away and fled, which puts upon them suspicion of the deed.
The two brother had decided to flee separately in order to prevent being captured easily.
Then tis' most like the sovereignty will fall upon Macbeth.
He is already named and gone to Scone to be invested.
Ross and the Old man discuss the horrific behavior of Duncan's horses, which have run wild and eaten each other. This occurrence symbolizes that a terrible sin has occurred.
Where is Duncan's body?
Carried to Colmekill, The sacred storehouse of his predecessors.
Mcduff approaches Ross and the Old man. He tells Ross that Duncan's sons have been blamed for the King's murder for their suspicious escape.
Mcduff also tells Ross that Macbeth must take the throne now that Duncan is dead.
Finally, Mcduff tells Ross that Duncan's body has been removed to the sacred storehouse of his predecessors.