DOCTOR: For two nights now, I've stayed awake with you, but I see no evidence to prove your report. When was the last time she sleepwalked?
GENTLEWOMAN: Since Macbeth went to war, I have seen her rise from her bed, throw on her nightgown, unlock her closet, take out some paper, fold it, write on it, read it, seal it, then return to bed—the whole time fast asleep.
DOCTOR: This is highly unnatural. When she is like this, have you heard her say anything?
GENTLEWOMAN: She says something, sir, but I will not repeat it to you.
DOCTOR: You may tell me, and it is most proper that you should.
GENTLEWOMAN: Since no one else witnessed it, I will not confess it.