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My parts, my title and my perfect soul
lago. By Janus, I think, no.
Oth. The servants of the Duke, and my lieutenant. -
Cal. The Duke does greet yolu, General;
Oth. : What's the matter, think you?
Cal. Something from Cyprus, as I may divine; It is a business of some heat. ' The gallies Have fent a dozen " sequent messengers This very night, at one another's heels : And many of the i confuls, rais'd and met, Are at the Duke's already. You have been hotly call'd forg When, being not at your lodging to be found, The Senate k hath sent about three several quests, To search you out.
Oth. 'Tis well I am found by you. * I will but spend a word here in the house, And go with you.
[ Exit Othello. Cas. Ancient, what makes he here?
$ The Ift q. your.
c H. reads part.
J. council. d for me rigbely; the ad q. reads, my * So the fo's, R. J. and C; the rest rigbt by.
omit barb. e The fo's read Dukes.
I So the fo's, R. and C; 7. reads out
for about; the rest, above. * So the qu's; the rest, What is. m The 1 st q. reads, Íle Spend a word,
# The aft q. reads frequent for leo &c. The 3d and 4th fo's, I will f; end quent.
but a word, &c. i T. reads counsellers; H. counsel ; A No direction till R. C
Iago. 'Faith, he to-night hath boarded a ° land-carrack; If it prove lawful prize, he's made for ever.
Cal. I do not understand,
Enter Brabantio, Roderigo, and others with lights and
Oth. Holla! ftand there.
Oth. Keep up your bright swords, for the dew will ruft'en.
• The 3ft q. reads carrick; the 2d, * So the qu's and C: the rest, Ester Carriach; the ift f. carra&t; the other Brabantio, Roderigo, with officers and fo's, R. and P. carrac.
forcbes. A carack is a huge ship of burthen, s Here R. and all after but C. direa used by the Spaniards and Portuguese. (They draw on borb fades. But the foreItal. Caracca. H.
going direction for the entrance with P Firft q. ift f. and C. wbo for weapons (which we are to suppose al. subom.
ready drawn) makes this direction us4 The ift q. reads, Ha, wirb wbo? necessary. The 2d, Ha'wirb yox,
Bra. O thou foul thief ! where hast thou stow'd my
· The if q. ibing.
are fix. u The 11t q. omits this line.
à The ad q. reads to for not. W H. reads, wealebinjt.
b The ad q. and fo's, weakens x T.'s duodecimo and W. read culled H. waken. for curled; this is wi's emendation. c This is an emendation of T. fol. H. reads cull'a.
lowed by P.'s duodecimo, W.J. and C; y The three ift fo's, dearling ; 4th, the rest tead motion, darling for darlings.
So the 28 9; the reft, probable for, z The lines in italic are omitted in * portabic. the il q. P. calls them five lines, and • The if q. reads, Such an aburing 7. scores them accordingly; but they &c. C2
Oth. Hold your hands,
my inclining, and the rest, Were it my 8 cue to fight; I should have known it Without a prompter.
Where will you that I go
Bra. To prison, till fit time
Oth. What if " I' do obey ?
Offi. • 'Tis true, moft worthy Signior,
Bra. How! the Duke in council?
f The 4th f. reads band.
h The fo's and R. read Wbilber for Wbere.
i P. omits ebat, and the after-editors, except C.
* The oft f, omits I.
I P. and H. omit do.
n So all before P. who omits 'Tis ; followed by the reft, except C..
o The ad f. nigb.
PT. reads Pagrants for Pagars. See Heslb in loc.
. Duke and Senators, set at a table with lights and attendants.
Duke. • There is no composition in these news, That gives them credit.
i Sen. Indeed they are disproportioned; My letters say, a hundred and seven gallies.
Duke. And mine, a hundred and forty.
2 Sen. And mine, two hundred;
Duke. Nay, it is possible enough to judgment:
approve In fearful sense,
- Sailor within.] What ho! what ho! what ho!
4 In the fo's and R. this is Scene III. u The fo's, R. H.W. and C, read be
r Before Duke the qu's insert Enter. for obey. The fo's and R. read, Enter duke, sena * The ift q. aym'd for aim. tors and officers, omitting set at a table, * P. and H. omit do. &c.
y Qu's, to for in. s Firft f. There's, &c.
2 The ist q. reads articles. The 2d q. reads bis for tbefe; the a T.W. and 7. read failors. fo's and R. ibis.