Oth. Soft you, a word or two,
I haue done the state some feruice, and they know't;
No more of that : I pray you in your letters,
When you all these unlucky deedes relate,
Speake of them as they are s; nothing extenuate,
Nor set downe ought in malice, then must you | speake,
Of one that lou'd not wisely, but too well :
Of one not easily iealous, but being wrought,
Perplext in the extreame ; of one whose hand,
Like the base Indian, threw a pearle away,
Richer then all his tribe : of one whose subdued eyes,
Albeit vnused to the melting moode,
Drops teares as fast as the Arabian trees,
Their medicinall gum; set you downe this,
And say besides, that in Aleppo once,
Where a malignant and a turband Turke,
Beate a Venetian, and traduc'd the state;
I took bi'th throate the circumcised dog,
And smote him thus.
He stabs himselfe.
Lod. O bloody period.
Gra. All that's spoke is 'mard.
Oth. I kist thee ere I kild thee, no way but this,
Killing my felfe, to die vpon a kise.
Cal. This did I fcare, but thought he had no weapon,
For he was great of heart.
Lod. O Spartane dog,
More fill then anguilh, hunger, or the sea,
Looke on the tragicke lodging of this bed :
This is thy worke, the obiect poisons sight,