HORATIOWho are the people who want to speak with me?SERVANTSeafaring men, sir. They say they have letters for you.SERVANTSailors, sir. They say they have letters for you.
He shall, sir, an ’t please Him. There’s a letter for you, sir— it comes from the ambassador that was bound for England—if your name be Horatio, as I am let to know it is. (gives HORATIO a letter)
I should be greeted, if not from Lord Hamlet.I do not know from what part of the world
God bless you, sir.
At the point when you've read this letter, figure out how to allow these folks to see the ruler. They have letters for him. Before we were adrift for even two days, a privateer transport prepared for the fight to come sought after us. We were too delayed to even think about getting away, so we had to stand and battle. In the fight that followed I wound up on the privateer transport. All of a sudden they abandoned our boat, so I turned into the solitary detainee ready. They've treated me kindly for criminals, yet they understood what they were doing. They need me to benefit them.
Horatio gets letters from a mariner sent by Hamlet. The main letter reveals to Horatio that privateers plague the boat on which Hamlet was being conveyed to England. In the resulting fight, the privateers abducted Hamlet; they treated him well and took him back to Denmark. He has, consequently, vowed to help them out. Different letters, says Hamlet's first letter, are for Horatio to convey to the King. After he has made the conveyance, Horatio is to come quickly to meet Hamlet; Hamlet tells his companion that he has a lot of information to share.