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f'u be in speaking liberal as the * air;
lago. Be wise, and get you home.
[Iago offers to ftab his wife. Gra. Fie, your sword upon a woman? Æmil. Ok, thou dull Moor! that handkerchief thôn
Iago.. Villainous whore !
Æmil. She give it Caffio ? no-alas, I found it, And I did give 't my husband.
lago. Filth, thou lieft.
Æmil. By heaven, I do not; I do not, Gentlemen.
[Iago breaks through, and wounds his wife
then runs out. Oth. Are there no stones in heaven, But what serve for the thunder ? . precious villain!
Gra. The woman falls ! sute he hath kill'd his wife.
* So the qu's; the reft, No, I will • The qu's and 1. gave for give. speak as liberal, &c.
b So the qu's atid C; the rest omit * The ad q. the fo's, R. and j. no. Nerib for air
• The qu's, woman for wife. y This direction first put in by R. dj. directs (Tbe Moor runs as lago, i So the qu's; the reft, of for on, wbe breaks terongb, &c.
Æmil. Ay, ay, oh, lay me by ny mistress' fide.
Mon. 'Tis a notorious villain; take you this weapon,
[Excunt Mon, and Gr2.
S CE N E IX.
Oth. I am not valiant neither ;
Æmil. * What did thy fong bode, lady ?
Oth. I have another weapon in this chamber, It is a sword of Spain, the 'ice-book's temper; Oh, here it is. Unele, I must come forth.
! P. and all after omit you; the qu's. i So the qu's and C; the reft; elas for read y ur for you tbisé,
I die. & The fo's and R. omit bere. P.. k So the qu's; the reft, is for spas: reads Wbib I recovered bave bere from, | So the fo's, R. and J; the qo's, &c.
Tjebreake's; the reft, Ebro's; a river of h What is io italic is omitted in the Spain particularly famous for tempering
Gra. [within.] If thou attempt it, it will cost thee dear;
Oth. Look in upon me then, and speak m with me,
Otho Behold, I have a weapon:
Be not afraid, though you do fee me weapor’d;
m The qu's, to for witb.
n So all before P; he and all after, ex- 9 The fo's, R. P. and H. And for
• The fo's, R. and C. read cursed
Whip, me, 'ye devils,
Enter Lodovico, . Caffio led in wounded, Montano, and
Iago prisoner, with officers,
Lod. Where is this rash and most unfortunate man?
Oth. I look down towards his feet- but that's a fable.
[Othello wounds lago, Lod. Wrench his sword from him, lago. I bleed, sir, but not kill'd.
Oth. I am not sorry neither : I'd have thee live; For in my sense, 'tis happiness to die.
Led. O thou, Othello, that wert once so good,
t The qn's, you for ye,
u Bofore roast the two laft fo's and R. insert and. W Here the fo's and R. insert dead.
* All but the qu's and ift fo's, re. peat on but twice.
y All but the qu's and C. repeat cb but twice.
y The qu's and C. Caffio in a coair.
z Here C. directs, (pointing to bis
: The ift q. (bis for ikat..
J So the qu's; the fo's, was for
Fall'n in the practice of a' damned flave,
Oth. Why any thing;
Lod, This wretch hath part confeft his villainy.
Qth. I do believe it, and I ask your pardon.
lago, Demand me nothing. What you know, you know. From this time forth I never will speak word. Lod. What, not to pray
Lod. Sir, you shall understand what hath befall'n,
Oth. O yillain !
h So the qu's; the rest, I never gave
• So the qu's; the reft, cursed for Lamaed.
* So the qu's; the rest, I did for did 1.
i 7. omits not.
k So all before P; he and all after, except C. omit ros,