Speeches (Lines) for Norwegian Captain in "The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark"

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# Act, Scene, Line Speech text
1 IV, 4, 2792
  • I will do't, my lord.
  • I will do't, my lord.
  • Fortinbras. Go, Captain, from me greet the Danish king.
    Tell him that by his license Fortinbras
    Craves the conveyance of a promis'd march
    Over his kingdom. You know the rendezvous.
    If that his Majesty would aught with us,
    We shall express our duty in his eye;
    And let him know so.

    Norwegian Captain. I will do't, my lord.

2 IV, 4, 2797
  • They are of Norway, sir.
  • They are of Norway, sir.
  • Hamlet. Good sir, whose powers are these?

    Norwegian Captain. They are of Norway, sir.

3 IV, 4, 2799
  • Against some part of Poland.
  • Against some part of Poland.
  • Hamlet. How purpos'd, sir, I pray you?

    Norwegian Captain. Against some part of Poland.

4 IV, 4, 2801
  • The nephew to old Norway, Fortinbras.
  • The nephew to old Norway, Fortinbras.
  • Hamlet. Who commands them, sir?

    Norwegian Captain. The nephew to old Norway, Fortinbras.

5 IV, 4, 2804
  • Truly to speak, and with no addition,
    We go to gain a little patch of ground...
  • Truly to speak, and with no addition,
    We go to gain a little patch of ground
    That hath in it no profit but the name.
    To pay five ducats, five, I would not farm it;
    Nor will it yield to Norway or the Pole
    A ranker rate, should it be sold in fee.
  • Hamlet. Goes it against the main of Poland, sir,
    Or for some frontier?

    Norwegian Captain. Truly to speak, and with no addition,
    We go to gain a little patch of ground
    That hath in it no profit but the name.
    To pay five ducats, five, I would not farm it;
    Nor will it yield to Norway or the Pole
    A ranker rate, should it be sold in fee.

6 IV, 4, 2811
  • Yes, it is already garrison'd.
  • Yes, it is already garrison'd.
  • Hamlet. Why, then the Polack never will defend it.

    Norwegian Captain. Yes, it is already garrison'd.

7 IV, 4, 2817
  • God b' wi' you, sir. [Exit.]
  • God b' wi' you, sir. [Exit.]
  • Hamlet. Two thousand souls and twenty thousand ducats
    Will not debate the question of this straw.
    This is th' imposthume of much wealth and peace,
    That inward breaks, and shows no cause without
    Why the man dies.- I humbly thank you, sir.

    Norwegian Captain. God b' wi' you, sir. [Exit.]

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