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ACT I
Scene II. [Venice. Before the Sagittary.]


Bra. How? The Duke in council?
In this time of the night? Bring him away!
115
Mine's not an idle cause. The Duke himself,
Or any of my brothers of the state,
Cannot but feel this wrong as 'twere their own;
For if such actions may have passage free,
Bondslaves and pagans shall our statesmen be.

Scene III. [Venice. A chamber in the Senate House.]

Enter Duke and Senators, set at a table, with lightsand Attendants.
Duke. There is no composition in these news
That gives them credit.
1. Sen. Indeed they are disproportioned.
My letters say a hundred and seven galleys.
5
Duke. And mine a hundred forty.
2. Sen. And mine two hundred.
But though they jump not on a just account
(As in these cases where the aim reports
'Tis oft with difference), yet do they all confirm
10
A Turkish fleet, and bearing up to Cyprus.
Duke. Nay, it is possible enough to judgment.
I do not so secure me in the error
But the main article I do approve
In fearful sense.
15
Sailor. (Within) What, hot what, hot what, ho!

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I. iii. At the meeting of the Council, the Duke orders Othello to prepare to sail for Cyprus. On Brabantio's plea for justice, Othello asks that Desdemona be sent for. He tells how he won her heart and hand, and Desdemona confirms his words, pleading to be allowed to accompany him to his post in Cyprus. Brabantio leaves embittered, warning ®thello to beware lest Desdemona deceive him as she did her father. Iago is charged with the safe conveyance to Cyprus of Desdemona and her attendant, Emilia, Iago's wife; but alone with Roderigo, who threatens to drown himself, Iago consoles him with promises that he will yet have Desdemona. He assures Roderigo of his hate for ®thello, and muses on a plan to arouse Othello to jealousy of the handsome Cassio.

1. composition: consistency; these news: these reports. News was originally considered a plural word.
2. gives them credit: makes it possible to credit them
7. jump not on a just account: do not agree in reporting the number
8, the aim: conjecture
12-4. I do not so secure me in the error/ But the main arficle I do approve/ In fearful sense: the error does not so reassure me that i fail to find the general tenor alarming.

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