380 Lord^] ~ , F1, F2, Q5, F3, Q6, Q7, Q8, F4, Q9, Q10, rowe1, rowe2, tjoh1, rowe3, wilk1, tjoh2, wilk2, pope1, pope2, theo1, theo2, han1, han2, warb, theo4, cap, han3, jen, v1773, v1778, v1785, mal, rann, v1793, v1803, v1813, cald1, v1821, sing1, cald2, knt1, col1, col2, del2, hud1, sing2, dyce1, elze1, col3, stau, wh1, glo, ktly, hal, dyce2, cam1, tsch, hud2, cln1, v1877, col4, hud3, ard1, nlsn, rid1, cam3, kit1, pen1, cln2, alex, sis, evns1, pen2, ard2, chal, cam4, oxf2, oxf4, bev2, ard3q2, ard3f1 Ed. note: The comma may be considered material because with it, Horatio is addressing Hamlet; without it he is describing the former king as his Lord.
380 father.] ~ ! gent
Ed. note: gent’s variant probably by contagion from the next line’s father!