Cuts for Act 3, Scene 4

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.

Page 77 - after line 21


My noble lords and cousins all, good morrow.
I have been long a sleeper.
[but, I hope,
My absence doth neglect no great designs,
Which by my presence might have been concluded.]
Page 78 - after line 41


We have not yet set down this day of triumph.
To-morrow, in mine opinion, is too sudden.
[For I myself am not so well provided
As else I would be, were the day prolong'd.]
Page 80 - after line 95


O momentary grace of mortal men,
Which we more hunt for than the grace of God!
[Who builds his hopes in air of your good looks,
Lives like a drunken sailor on a mast,
Ready, with every nod, to tumble down
Into the fatal bowels of the deep.]