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Enter Sailor, Offi
. A messenger from the b Gallies, Duke, Now-what's the business?
Sail, The Turkish preparation makes for Rhodes,
į Sen. This cannot be,
For that it stands not in fuch warlike brace,
Duke. i Nay, in * all confidence he's not for Rhodes,
Þ Firft q. Galley,
f The lines in Italic are not in the © The qu's and C. read, Now, ibe but if q. fineffe?
& The 2d q. Wbo for But, So the 2d q. the fo's, R. and C; ń S. gives neugbe for tbought, as the the rest omit this hemitich.
reading of q. 1630. • Pi seads fertile for facile,
The ist q. And for Nay.
Enter a Messenger.
1 Sen. Ay, so I thought; how many, as you guess ?
Duke. 'Tis certain then for Cyprus.
I Sen. He's now in Florence.
k R. omits all.
+ So the ad g. and if and 2d fo's, 1 So all before R. who reads injoin'd; and C; the ift q. reads, is not bere in follow'd by all but J. and C.
town; the 3d and 4th fo's, R. P. and m The ift q. omits ebem.
H. is be not in town? T. W. and J. is . This speech not in ift q.
be not bere in town. • First q. refterine; 2d, rejerne, u The ift q. and C. Write from uso. P Qu's, lowards.
wish bim poft, &c. 9 C. Tbir for bis,
w P. and H. omit pol. r 7. tells us that Mr. Thomas Clark * The three laft fo's and R. omit va. of Lincoln's Inn reads relieve for believe, liane,
s C. reads Luccbest.
To them, Enter Brabantio, Othello, Caffio, lago, Roderigo,
Duke. Valiant Othello, we must straight einploy you,
Bra. So did I yours. Good your Grace, pardon me;
Duke. Why, what's the matter?
Bra. Ay, to me;
y First q. lacke.
c Qu's, of for on. z The ift f. had blunder'd nor into d The Ist q. griefes. bor, which the other fo’s alter to for. e All before R. read it for get ; to
a So all before P. who omits care; does C. followed by all but 7. and C.
f So all before P. who omits, Ay, b Before bold the aft q. inserts any. followed by the rett, except C.
3 By spells and medicines, bought of mountebanks;
Duke. Who-e'er he be that in this foul proceeding
[ To Othello.
& Rymer has ridiculed this circum- se diamandano vulgarmente amatorie, Aance as unbecoming (both for its o veramente alcuni altri maleficii, che weakness and superstition) the gravity alcun bomo o femina se bavelon in odio, of the accuser, and dignity of the tri- fia fruftra et bollado, et che bara consebunal : But his criticism only exposes his gliado parisca fimile pena. And thereown ignorance. The circumftance was fore in the preceding Scene, Brabantia not only exactly in character, but urg- calls them, Arts inbibited and out of ed with the greatest address, as the warrant. W. thing chiefly to be infifted on. For, h This linc is omitted in ift q. by the Venetian law, the giving love
i The 2d omits not. potions was very criminal, as Sbake. k 7. reads nor for or. speare well understood. Thus the law, | First q. Saunce. De i maleficii et berbarie, cap. 17. of the m C, adds be after not. Code, intitled, Della promiffion del male n The qu's, After its own fenje, &c. ficto. Statnimo etiamdio, cbe-se alcun bo. • The ift g. and P. omit yea. Mio, o femina barra fatto maleficii, i quali p This direction first put in by T.
Bra. Nothing, but this is fo.
Oth. Most potent, grave, and reverend figniors,
Bra. A maiden, never bold;
9 The ad q. I am for am I.
* Second q. would for will. r So the qu's and W; the rest, soft y Second 9. unravifb'd. for set.
z The qu’s read proceedings. s First q. feate,
a So the qu's; the rest, I an. • Firft q. and C, broil.
• The qu's and ift f. omit witb. u Second q. of for for.
c This is Pe's emendation; all bew So all before P. who omits gra- fore read berself for itself. cimus ; followed by T. H. and W,