BCGS members and volunteer groups have indexed the 1901 census for British Columbia.Watch for a new version of this index on-line soon, along with an abbreviations index for the 1901 census, especially for British Columbia.This BCGS index is an on-going project for the Victoria Court records which begin with Oaths of Allegiance signed in 1859.The BC Archives has names of individuals already on-line from the Cranbrook records and Family Search has digitized the official Cranbrook index book.Hamlet deals roughly with his mother, causing her to cry for help.Polonius echoes the request for help and is heard by Hamlet, who then mistakes the voice for Claudius' and stabs through the arras and kills him.
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Generally regarded as wrong in every judgment he makes over the course of the play, Polonius connives with Claudius to spy on Hamlet.
Hamlet unknowingly kills Polonius, provoking Ophelia's fit of madness, ultimately resulting in her early death and the climax of the play: a duel between Laertes and Hamlet.
In the first quarto of Hamlet, Polonius is named "Corambis".
It has been suggested that this derives from "crambe" or "crambo", derived from a Latin phrase meaning "reheated cabbage", implying "a boring old man" who spouts trite rehashed ideas.