Cuts for Act 3, Scene 2

Rules for cuts:
If possible, we will provide the entire speech that contains the cuts.  If a
cut goes across speeches, we will provide enough before and after to show
how it fits in context.  We will provide the page number and the line # where
we start the current speech (not the line where the cuts begin).  If a speech contains
several cuts, we will indicate them in the same section and not one at a time.  If
a whole section of the scene contains suts, we will not break it up, but keep
the section intact and indicate cuts throughout the section.

Cuts are preceded by a '[' and end with a ']'.  If multiple speeches are cut, each
speech will be bracketed separately.

Special Note:
Possible cuts are indicated by a '{' and a '}'.  These may be cut at a later time
but are currently uncut.

Page 70 - after line 6


So it should seem by that I have to say.
[First, he commends him to your noble lordship.]
[What then?]

Page 72 - after line 70


I know they do; and I have well deserved it.
{Come on, come on; where is your boar-spear, man?
Fear you the boar, and go so unprovided?}
{My lord, good morrow. Good morrow, Catesby:
You may jest on, but, by the Holy Rood,
I do not like these several councils, I.}
{My lord,
I hold my life as dear as you do yours;
And never in my life, I do protest,
Was it so precious to me as 'tis now:
Think you, but that I know our state secure,
I would be so triumphant as I am?}
{The lords at Pomfret, when they rode from London,
Were jocund, and supposed their states was sure,
And they indeed had no cause to mistrust;
But yet, you see how soon the day o'ercast.
This sudden stag of rancour I misdoubt:
Pray God, I say, I prove a needless coward!
What, shall we toward the Tower? The day is spent.}
{Come, come, have with you. Wot you what, my lord?
Today the lords you talk of are beheaded.}
{They, for their truth, might better wear their heads
Than some that have accused them wear their hats.
But come, my lord, let us away.}
Enter a Pursuivant