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Oth. What dost thou say?
lago. Caffio, my Lord? no, sure I cannot think it,
Oth. I do believe, 'twas he.
Def. How now, my Lord?
Oth. Who is't you mean?
Def. Why, your lieutenant Casio Good my Lord, ,
Oth. Went he hence now?
Def. I 'looth, so humbled,
v C. Well, well, do, &c.
and H. In forb; C. Ay, foseb. Whew First q. freake for feal.
ther the author meant by, I, sourb, (if * The two ist fo's, your for you. we read after the fo's) Ay, soseb, or In
y So all before P; he and the rest, foaib, is left to the reader to determine. *cept C. omit do.
• The qu's, griefes.
• The ist g. I for To.
Oth. The fooner, Sweet, for you.
Oth. I shall not dine at home.
Def. Why then to-morrow night, 'or Tuesday morn,
d P. and H. omit The.
p So the qu's and C; the sef, would . So all before P; he and the rest, for could, except C. omit No,
9 So the qu's, ift f, and C; the rest, # The fo's and R. on for er. would for should.
8 So the qu's, fo's, and R; the rest, 's So the ad q. the fo's, *R. and H; Or for On,
J. mummering ; the reft, muttering. H. h The qu's, merne for roon,
in his Glossary explains, To mamma, to į The fo's and R. on for or,
hchitate, to fand in fufpence. The word k The ad f. and C. I pray ibeca often occurs in old Englife writings, and 1 The qu's, ifuitb,
probably takes its original from the m C. war.
Frencb word M'amour, which men were » The fo's, R. P. and H. example. apt often to repeat when they were not • The qu's, fo's, and C, ber for obeir. prepared to give a direct answer, H.
s P. and all after omit jo.
When I have spoke of you dispraisingly,
Oth. Prythee, no more. Let him come when he will, I will deny thee nothing.
Def. Why, this is not a boon,
Oth. I will deny thee nothing;
Des. Shall I deny you? No. Farewel, my Lord.
[To Othello. Whate'er you be, I am obedient.
· The ift q. Birlady for Truft me. cept C. omit a. u W. clotbs for gloves.
z So the 2d q. the fo's, and R; the w So all before P. who reads meats for reft, difficulty for difficult weigbe. difha ; followed by the rest, except C. 1 So all before P. who omits to tbee;
* So all before P; he and the rest followed by the rest, except C. omit a.
b So the qu's and C; the rest omit y The two last fo's and all after, ex- il.
S CE N E v.
Manent Othello and Iago.
Oth. Excellent wretch !-- Perdition catch my soul,
lago. My noble Lord -
lady, Know of your love?
Oth. He did, from first to last. Why dost thou ask ? lago. But for a satisfaction of
my 'thought, No further harm.
Oth. Why of thy thought, lago? lago. I did not think, he had been acquainted with it. Oth, Oyes, and went between us very oft. lago. Indeed!
Oth. Indeed ! ' ay, indeed, Discern'st thou aught kin that? Is he not honeft?
lago. Honest, my Lord?
C T. and 11. Tuencb for wretcb.
& For it the qu's, ber; the int f. bir.
Oth. Think, my Lord ! 'why doft thou echo me,
lago. My Lord, you know, I love you.
lago. For Michael Callio,
| So the 2d q. and 7; the ift q. and C. By beaven be ecboes me, &c. the fo's and R. Alas, tbou ecbo'ft me; P. and the reft, Wby by beav'n ibou ecbo's me.
m First q. and C. bis for tby. n First q. dids for doft.
The fo's and R. even for but. p The fo's and R. of for in. 4 The ift q. counsell; B. cor.ceits. ! The three lagt fo's omit And.
s The ist q. give.
u So the qu's, ist f. P. J. and C; the reft, cold for close.
w For dilations, the ift q. P. and C. read denotements; H. dipillations, omitting
* The il q. presume for be sworn, y The ad q. omits ebar.