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  • Only I say/Things have been strangely borne. The gracious/ Duncan/ Was pitied of Macbeth; marry, he was dead./ And the right valiant Banquo walked too late
  • For from broad words, and 'cause he / failed / his presence at the tyrant's feast, I hear Macduff lives in disgrace. Sir, can you tell / where he bestows himself?
  • The [son] of Duncan / (From whom this tyrant holds the due of birth) / Lives in the English court and is received / Of the most pious Edward with such grace / That the malevolence of fortune nothing / Takes from his high respect.
  • And this report / Hath so exasperate [the] King that he / Prepares for some attempt of war. 
  • And that well might / Advise him to a caution [t' hold] what distance /  His wisdom can provide 
  • Lennox explains recent events of Duncan's and Banquo's deaths to an unnamed lord. (3.6.2-6)
  • Some holy angel / Fly to the court of England and unfold / His message ere he come, that a swift blessing / May soon return to this our suffering country / Under a hand accursed.
  • I'll send my prayers with him.
  • The unnamed lord explains that Malcolm has fled to England and has been taken in by King Edward. (3.6.23-33)
  • The unnamed lord tells Lennox that King Macbeth is preparing for war against Malcolm and King Edward. Lennox says this may cause Malcolm to stay in England for a longer period. (3.6.41-43,49-51)
  • Lennox says that someone should tell Malcolm what is happening so he will come back sooner and release the nation from Macbeth's tyranny. (3.6.51-56)
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