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Compare 1587 edition: 1 The ſame night after, at ſupper Banquho ieſted with him and ſayde, now Makbeth thou haſte obtayned thoſe things which the twoo for|mer ſiſters propheſied, there remayneth onely for thee to purchaſe that which the third ſayd ſhould come to paſſe.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Makbeth de|uiſeth how he might attaine the kingdom.Wherevpon Makbeth reuoluing the thing in his minde, began euen then to deuiſe howe he mighte attayne to the kingdome: but yet hee thought with himſelfe that he muſt tary a time, whiche ſhoulde aduaunce him thereto (by the di|uine prouidence) as it had come to paſſe in his former preferment.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 The daughter of Syward erle of Northum|berland, wife to king Dun|cane.But ſhortely after it chaunced that king Duncane hauing two ſonnes by his wife which was the daughter of Sywarde Earle of Nor|thumberland, he made the elder of them cleped Malcolme prince of Cumberlande, as it were thereby to appoint him his ſucceſſor in the king|dome, [figure appears here on page 244] immediatly after his deceaſſe.

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