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     ACT 4, SCENE 6

                                   (Horatio stands, SERVANT enters.)

                                   SERVANT
            Sir, seafarers have arrived with letters for you.

                                   HORATIO
            From what part of the world?

                                   SERVANT
            They did not say.

                                   HORATIO
            Let them in.


                                   (Servant exits.)

                                   (Servant and SAILORS with LETTERS
                                   enter.)

                                   1ST SAILOR
            God bless you sir.

                                   HORATIO
            And God bless you.

                                   1ST SAILOR
            You are Horatio?

                                   HORATIO
            Yes.

                                   1ST SAILOR
                          (handing over letter)
            This is from the ambassador who was bound for England.

                                   (Horatio reads.)

                                   HORATIO
                          (to Servant)
            Take these men to the king.  They have letters for him.  (To
            sailors.)  When concluded with your business, meet me
            straightaway at your ship so that we may get to the author of
            these letters.

                                   1ST SAILOR
            Very well.

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