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Macbeth is on his way to kill King Duncan when he starts to hallucinate, he starts to blame this dagger for leading him to kill Duncan
"Is this a dagger which I see before me,The handle towards my hand? [...]And on thy blade and dudgeon gouts of blood,Which was not so before" (II, i, 33-47)
Macbeth returns from killing Duncan with the dagger in hand. After this conversation, Lady Macbeth goes to smear the blood on the chamberlains
"I am afraid to think what I have done" (II, ii, 55)
"I have done the deed" (II, ii, 14)
"Why did you bring these daggers from the place? [...] Go carry them and smear the sleepy grooms with blood.(II, ii, 51-53)
"Give me the daggers" (II, ii, 56)
Macduff came to see Duncan and he returns horrified. He then reveals the murder to Macbeth, Lennox and a few minutes later, Lady Macbeth.
"Most sacrilegious murder hath broke ope the lord's anointed temple and stole thence the life o'th'building [..] approach the chamber and destroy your sight" (II, iii, 60-65)
Donaldbain and Malcolm, Duncan's sons, enter the room
Those of his chamber [...] their hands and faces were all badged with blood, so were their daggers (II, iii, 94-96)
"Your royal father's murdered" (II, iii, 93)
"O, by whom?" (II, iii, 94)
"Look to the Lady" (II, iii, 113)
"Help me hence, ho" (II, iii, 112)
Lady Macbeth faints
Duncan's sons talk in an aside, they worry for their future so they both leave the country
"I'll to England" (II, iii, 130)
"To Ireland, I" (II, iii, 131)