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AA I. Sc. II. &c5, • Defil.mona, Daughter to Bra- AA Nij.'sc. 31 45 6, 9, 10, 11, 12 bantio, and Wife to Othello, 1 Aa W. Sc6, 9, 10, 11, 13. Adv.
A& II. Sc. 5, 6. A&. III. Sc. 1, 3, 4, Æmilia, Wife to lago,
6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12. A& IV. Sc. 8, 9,
10, 12, 13. A& V. Sc. 5, 7, 8, 9.
SAX III. Sc. 13. A& IV, Sc. AA
Ad Il. Sc. 11. AG III. Sc. 3.
V. Sc. 40 S.
SCENE, For the first A& in Venice; during the rest of the Play,
hatred to the Moor and Caffre. They alarm
that the Moor is run away with his daughter Defo
search of Oth, and Def.
lago and attendants with torches. Talk of Othe's situation with Bra, on account of stealing his
daughter. Sc. V, Enter Caf. and officers with torches. Caf. informs
Oth. that the Duke and Senate fend for him on
business of state, Sc. VII, Enter Bra. Rod, and others. Bra, talks Orh. about
his deluding his daughter; accuses him of having used spells for that purpose; and insists upon his
being carried to prison : which Oth. evades by telling him he is sent for by the Duke on business.
Exeunt. Sc. VII. The senate-house. Duke and Senators at a table,
with lights and attendants. News have arrived that
a Turkish fleet is failing against Cyprus. Sc. VIII. To them, enter Bra. Oth. Caf. Rod. and officers.
Duke tells Oth. he must go against the Turksa Bra, complains to the Duke of Oth.'s having stolen his daughter, and corrupted her by fpells and medicines. Oth, defends himself, that he had used no unlawful arts in gaining her; but that, in telling the story of his life and adventures, he had gotten
her affections. Sc. IX. Des. (being sent for) enters, and confirms the truth
of Othi's assertion. The Duke endeavours to reconcile Bra. to the ftep his daughter has taken in marrying Oth. but tells Oth. he must imme-diately depart from Cyprus; which Oth. agrees to; and Def prevails that she may follow him. Ex
Sc. X. Manent Rod. and lago. lago encourages Rod. in
pursuing Def: (with whom that Rod. is in love was hinted in the 1st, 2d, and 3d scenes) although married to Oth, and advises him to raise money, and
follow her to Cyprus. Exit Rodo Sc. XI. Manet lago, who in the soliloquy discovers his des
sign of fleecing Rod. and his jealousy of the Moor and Caf. with his wife Æmil, and lays a plot to make Oth.jealous of Def. with Caf
Sc. I. The capital city of Cyprus. Enter Montano the Go
vernor, and two gentlemen. A violent storm; Sc. II. Which, a 3d gentlemen brings news, hath ruined the
Turkish fleet, but that Caf. in a Venetian Thip is safe
arrived, and that Oth. is on the sea, Sc. III. Enter Caf. His concern for Othello's safety. Sc. IV, News of lago's arrival with Def. Sc. V. Enter Def. Iago, Rod, and Æmil. After mutual fa
Jutations, Tago's abusive fatire against the women. Sc. VI. Enter Oth, and attendants. He expresses his joy in
meeting Def. which lago maliciously resolves to
spoil. Exeunt. Sc. VII. Manent lago and Rod. Iago persuades Rod. that
Def. is of a loose, inconftant character, is in love with Caf. and therefore may be brought to love him (Roderigo); lays a plot that Rod. Ihall provoke Caf. to strike him, which may cause a mutiny, and be the occasion of Cas's losing his place; and tells him this will make his way easier to Defo Exit
Rod. Sc. VIII. Manet lago. Soliloquy; that he is jealous of the
Moor and Caf. with Æmil. his wife; and resolves to
be revenged of them both. Exit. Sc. IX. The street. Enter herald, and proclaims a triuinph,
feast, and merry-making, on account of the de
struction of the Turkis fleet. Exit. Sc. X. The castle. Enter Oth. Def. Caf. and attendants.
Oth. charges Caf. to look to the guard; Caf. informs him he hath deputed lago for that purpose, but pe
vertheless will himself overlook the watch, Exit Oth, and Def. Enter Iago. Talk of Def. Jago prevails with Caf. to drink with him and some gallants. Exit Caf. lago's foliloquy, the likelihood that Caf. will be drunk and commit some action
that will give offence, and be to his disgrace. Sc. XI. To lago, enter Caf. Mon. and gentlemen. lago
fings, and encourages Caf, to drink, till he is in
toxicated. Exit Caf. Sc. XII. lago represents Caf. to Mon. as å man given
to drink. Enter Caf. pursuing Rod. Mon. stays him, and tells him he is drunk. They fight. lago bids Rod. go out, and cry a mutiny. Exit Rod.
Bell rings. Sc. XIII. Enter Oth, and attendants. Mon, is wounded.
Oth. enquires into the cause of the quarrel; and Caf. appearing to be the guilty person, is degraded from being Others lieutenant. Enter Def. attended,
with whom exit Oth. and attendants, Sc. XIV. Manent lage and Caf. Cafo's indignation at him
self for being drunk. lago encourages him, that all inay be well again; and advises him to make intereft with Def. for a reconcileinent with Othe
Exit Caf: Sc. XV. Iago's soliloquy—that the above advice has the face
of honesty, sincerity and probability; but is given to answer his villainous design of making Oth. jealous; for white Caf. is plying Des. to plead to Cafi's cause, lage will be abusing Oihi's ear” by hinting something that may be a foundation for his jealouly'; so that the more the ftrives to serve Caf. 'the more Osho will be exasperated against them both.