quote what Macbeth does to Macdonwald in battle? How does Duncan respond?

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The Captain reports that Macbeth carved out his passage to Macdonwald, "Till he unseamed him from the nave to th' chops". Duncan is happy that Macbeth killed the rebel Macdonwald. Duncan thinks Macbeth is a loyal subject and great war hero.