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• But not the words."
Oth. Why? What art thou ?.
Oth. Come, swear it; damn thyself; ' lest, being like one
Def. Heaven doth truly know it.
Def. Alas, the y heavy day! why do you weep?
Oth. Had it pleas'de heaven
s So the qu's; the fo's and R. omit ccaze; the 3d f. ceise.
The mcaning of the par B P. you've for you bave.
# So che qu's, R. P. T. W. and C; • The three last fo's and R. omit H. ir; the reft, they for be.
& The ist q..rem'd for raiu'd. • 'The qu's, cca's; the two ift fo's,
All kinds of fores and shames on my bare head,
Def. I hope my w noble Lord esteems me honest.
Oth. O, ay, as furnmer flies are in the shambles, That quicken even with blowing.
& So the qu's; the reft, kind. PP The ift a. fingers
4 All but the qu's and C. omit sb, * So the fo's, R. J. and C; the rest ob! omit umoft.
i The 2d 9. foundation for fountain, i The qu's and C. part for place. s W. tbence for bere. i The fo's, Tbe for A.
• The qu's, aby for aboui. . The qu's and fo's read rime for bani, + T. and C. Aj obere, &c. H. Tbere, which is R.'s emendation.
ibere, &c. the rest, I bere, &c. • So the qu's, W. and 7; the rest, The three last fo's omit nobk. and moving, 8G.
O thou * black weed, ' why art so lovely fair ?
Def. Alas, what ignorant sin have I committed ?
Oth. Was this fair paper, this most goodly book,
Def. No, as I ain a Christian.
* So the qu's ; W. bale for black. b So the ift q; the rest, uport for the rest omit black. Wi's emendation on. of bale for black, is (I suppose) to avoid • T. reads, Wbat, wobat committed I contradiction in terms. But this kind &c. followed by all after. of phraseology is very common in Sbake d The lines in italic are omitted in Speare. Banquo in Mackberb says, So the ist q. ford and fair a day I bave not seen. è C. Sbould for Did. AA I. Sc. 4
f T. and all after, Wbal, sbat com. y So the qu's and W; the rest, boro micred? &c.
& C. Committed! Wbat committed, 2 So the qu's and W; the rest, and &c. for tbox.
h The fo's, he and P. omit impudent - The fo's and R. never for ne'er, Arumpet
IV. SCENE IX.
Oth. What, not a whore ?
Oth. I cry you mercy, 'then.
That have the office opposite to St. Peter,
Æmil. Alas, what does this gentleman conceive?
Def. Faith, half asleep.
i So the aft q; the rest, siber for bared.
* The aft q. forgiveness for forgive
n After miftrifs C. inserts ebert.
i The ist q. omits eben,
Des. I have none; do not talk to me, Æmilia:
u answer have I none,
Æmil. Here is a change indeed
Def. 'Tis meet I should be us’d so, very mect:
Ś CENĚ XI.
Enter Iago and Æmilia. lago. What is your pleasures Madam? How is't with
Des. I cannot tell ; those that do teach young babes;
lago. What is the matter, Lady?
Æmil. Alas, lago, my Lord hath so bewhord her; Thrown such despight and heavy terms upon her, • As true hearts cannot beard.
The two speeches in italic are omit z So the il ġ; the rest, or my leeja Bed in the iso q.
miluje. u The fo's and R. answers,
a So the qu's; the ift f. 7. and a w So all before P; who reads, Pray the rest, your for young. co-nigbt, &c, followed by the rest, ex o So the ift q; the rest, to for ci.
c So the qu's and C; the rest Tbat * So the aft q; the rest, my for ouro
for As. Ý The ist 9. well for meel,
All but the gu's and C. insert is after bear.